S. Udhaya Kumar

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The PAX6 gene belongs to the Paired box (PAX) family of transcription factors that is tissue specific and required for the differentiation and proliferation of cells in embryonic development. PAX6 regulates the pattern formation in early developmental stages. This function of PAX6 protein enables the successful completion of neurogenesis and oculogenesis in(More)
In recent years, most of the researchers are developing brain–computer interface (BCI) applications for the physically disabled to be able to interconnect with peripheral devices based on brain activities. Electroencephalogram (EEG) is a very powerful tool for investigating patient’s health and different physiological activities of the brain. A significant(More)
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