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The prevalence of seven different mutations (84GG, IVS2+1, 754A, 1226G, 1342C, 1448C, and 1504T) was investigated in 32 unrelated Japanese Gaucher patients of which 20 were type I, 6 were type II, and 6 were (type III). These mutations constitute 95% of the mutations observed in Jewish patients with Gaucher disease and 75% of the mutations in non-Jews(More)
In patients originally genotyped as homoallelic for the Gaucher disease (GD) L444P (1448C) mutation, we sought to confirm previously reported phenotypic differences between Caucasians and Japanese, to determine the prevalence and phenotypic impact of recombinant alleles, and to explore the phenotypic influence of genetic background. We therefore analyzed(More)
Our loop parallelizing method of compiler for SIMD architecture enables SIMD instructions to be generated from loops which include complicated data dependency. The characteristic of our method is in choosing the more optimising method for parallelization from two shearing conversions by inner and outer loop carried data dependences. One of them is novel and(More)
Our loop parallelizing method of compiler for SIMD architecture enables SIMD instructions to be generated from loops which include complicated data dependency. The characteristic of our method is in choosing the more optimizing method for parallelization from two shearing conversions by inner and outer loop carried data dependences. One of them is novel and(More)
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