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Long term-low dose mutation assays offer a means to study the genetic effects of environmental mutagens at concentrations relevant to human exposure. These assays involve continuous induction of mutants, serial dilution of cultures and sampling to determine the mutant fraction as a function of time and mutagen concentration. An arithmetic model for the(More)
As the scaling continues to reduce the physical feature size and to increase the functional throughput, two most outstanding limitations and major challenges among others, are power dissipation and variability as identified by ITRS. This paper presents the expose, in those collective phenomena, spintronics using appropriate order parameters of magnetic(More)
DNA sequencing technology generates millions of patterns on Every run of the machine and it poses a challenge for matching these patterns to the reference genome effectively with high execution speed. The main idea here is inexact matching of patterns with mismatches and gaps (insertions and deletions). In Inexact match up pattern DNA sequence is to be(More)
We tested the mutagenic effects of two commonly used fold colors, metanil yellow and orange II, in AHH-1 human lymphoblast cells. The cell line, which is competent for oxidative metabolism of various chemicals, was exposed to both compounds in high-dose x short-term (3 day) or high-dose x long-term (10-day) and low-dose x long-term (20-day) treatments.(More)
As MOS Transistors channel length continues to scale beyond 90nm, classical drift-diffusion model for carrier transport of such type of devices is not valid. For these dimensions of Transistors Quasi-Ballistic/ Ballistic transport phenomena occur and a new mobility model is required to predict electrical behavior of these devices perfectly. Self-heating is(More)
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