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The mammalian protein MBD4 contains a methyl-CpG binding domain and can enzymatically remove thymine (T) or uracil (U) from a mismatched CpG site in vitro. These properties suggest that MBD4 might function in vivo to minimize the mutability of 5-methylcytosine by removing its deamination product from DNA. We tested this hypothesis by analyzing Mbd4-/- mice(More)
This paper compares the resistive switching properties of crystalline and amorphous HfO<sub>x</sub> thin-film resistive memory devices (RMDs), which were fabricated by physical vapor deposition films using two different O<sub>2</sub> partial pressures. The crystallinity of the two HfO<sub>x</sub> samples was verified by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and(More)
Al/Cu<sub>x</sub>O/Cu memristive devices created via a plasma oxidation step have previously demonstrated complete nonpolar switching behavior [1]. An additional material contamination control measure resulted in improved uniformity of I-V curve behavior but necessitated an initial forming step in most devices. The operation voltages were irrespective of(More)
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