Lauro J. Martinez

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The capacity to propagate magnetic domain walls with spin-polarized currents underpins several schemes for information storage and processing using spintronic devices. A key question involves the internal structure of the domain walls, which governs their response to certain current-driven torques such as the spin Hall effect. Here we show that magnetic(More)
  • L J Martinez
  • 1999
Both AIDS and antiretroviral treatments have been associated with body changes. The most common term used to characterize these changes is lipodystrophy. Body changes include increased abdominal girth, fat accumulation at the base of the neck, enlarged breasts in both sexes, loss of fat in the face and extremities, and the appearance of prominent veins.(More)
  • L J Martinez
  • 1999
The rate of HIV replication is estimated to be about 10 billion particles a day, and the cell's structure is its primary defense against infection. Cell membranes provide a defense against infection by forming a tight bond, preventing cells from being invaded by other organisms. The complex process of how HIV enters a cell is explained, and various parts of(More)