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With the recent publication of the Cryptosporidium genome, investigation of the proteins expressed by Cryptosporidium parvum will provide complementary information on the biology of this complex organism. Proteomic studies on this apicomplexan parasite have been hampered due to the inability to culture or isolate high numbers required for 2D gel analysis.(More)
A carbon nanotube (CNT) synapse emulates a biological synapse with its dynamic logic, learning, and memory functions induced by the interactions between CNTs and hydrogen ions in an electrochemical cell. A circuit of CNT synapses operates with extremely low-energy consumption and could potentially emulate the functions of the neuronal network.
The recent discovery and characterization of silicatein, a mineral-synthesizing enzyme that assembles to form the filamentous organic core of the glassy skeletal elements (spicules) of a marine sponge, has led to the development of new low-temperature synthetic routes to metastable semiconducting metal oxides. These protein filaments were shown in vitro to(More)
A nonvolatile analog memory transistor is demonstrated by integrating C60 molecules as charge storage molecules in the transistor gate, and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in the transistor channel. The currents through the CNT channel can be tuned quantitatively and reversibly to analog values by controlling the number of electrons trapped in the C60 molecules.(More)
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