Ying-Shin Christine Peng

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A high performance 22/20nm CMOS bulk FinFET achieves the best in-class N/P Ion values of 1200/1100 μA/μm for Ioff=100nA/μm at 1V. Excellent device electrostatic control is demonstrated for gate length (Lgate) down to 20nm. Dual-Epitaxy and multiple stressors are essential to boost the device performance. Dual workfunction (WF) with an advanced High-K/Metal(More)
Polyomavirus large T antigen binds to multiple 5'-G(A/G)GGC-3' pentanucleotide sequences in sites 1/2, A, B, and C within and adjacent to the origin of viral DNA replication on the polyomavirus genome. We asked whether the binding of large T antigen to one of these sites could influence binding to other sites. We discovered that binding to origin DNA is(More)
The coding region of polyomavirus large T antigen was engineered into the genome of the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris by use of the vector pHIL-D2. Expression of large T antigen was induced by methanol under the control of the strong alcohol oxidase (AOX1) promoter. Large T antigen was purified by immunoaffinity chromatography. We showed that(More)
The pretarsus of the female miteVarroa jacobsoni Oudemans (1904) consists of two main parts, a cuticular basal stalk and an extrudable, membranous ambulacral pad, the caruncle. The caruncle, when fully extruded and expanded, becomes a bilobed sucker, and when deflated, the entire caruncle is retracted into the basal stalk. The basal stalk of the pretarsus(More)
Enhanced, stable binding by polyomavirus large T antigen to the viral DNA replication origin at pH 6 allowed the development of a gel mobility shift assay for the detection of large T antigen. Such assays were not possible at pH 7.6 without previous fixation, due to instability of the complexes. We demonstrated that the gel mobility shift assay at pH 6 is(More)
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