Ranran Zhou

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Wild type p53-induced phosphatase 1 (Wip1) is a phosphatase which belongs to protein phosphatase type 2C family, which have been predominantly linked to cell growth and to cellular stress signaling. Numerous downstream targets of Wip1 have been identified, and genetic studies confirm that some play a part in tumorigenesis. Recent evidence highlights a new(More)
Wurtzite structured materials, like ZnO, GaN, CdS, and InN, simultaneously possess semiconductor and piezoelectric properties. The inner-crystal piezopotential induced by external strain can effectively tune/control the carrier generation, transport and separation/combination processes at the metal-semiconductor contact or p-n junction, which is called the(More)
This paper presents an energy/bandwidth efficient frequency-domain OOK (F-OOK) transceiver for short-range communications. The transmitter performs the F-OOK modulation using a PLL based high-point modulator and a constant-envelope PA for low power consumption. The receiver consists of a sliding-IF RF front end and an 8-bit dual-channel ADC. A digital(More)
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