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A purine base found in most body tissues and fluids, certain plants, and some urinary calculi. It is an intermediate in the degradation of adenosine monophosphate to uric acid, being formed by oxidation of hypoxanthine. The methylated xanthine compounds caffeine, theobromine, and theophylline and their derivatives are used in medicine for their bronchodilator effects. (Dorland, 28th ed)
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Integration, acceptance testing, and clinical operation of the Medical Information, Communication and Archive System, phase II. (1/21)

The Medical Information, Communication and Archive System (MICAS) is a multivendor incremental approach to picture archiving and communications system (PACS). It is a multimodality integrated image management system that is seamlessly integrated with the radiology information system (RIS). Phase II enhancements of MICAS include a permanent archive, automated workflow, study caches, Microsoft (Redmond, WA) Windows NT diagnostic workstations with all components adhering to Digital Information Communications in Medicine (DICOM) standards. MICAS is designed as an enterprise-wide PACS to provide images and reports throughout the Strong Health healthcare network. Phase II includes the addition of a Cemax-Icon (Fremont, CA) archive, PACS broker (Mitra, Waterloo, Canada), an interface (IDX PACSlink, Burlington, VT) to the RIS (IDXrad) plus the conversion of the UNIX-based redundant array of inexpensive disks (RAID) 5 temporary archives in phase I to NT-based RAID 0 DICOM modality-specific study caches (ImageLabs, Bedford, MA). The phase I acquisition engines and workflow management software was uninstalled and the Cemax archive manager (AM) assumed these functions. The existing ImageLabs UNIX-based viewing software was enhanced and converted to an NT-based DICOM viewer. Installation of phase II hardware and software and integration with existing components began in July 1998. Phase II of MICAS demonstrates that a multivendor open-system incremental approach to PACS is feasible, cost-effective, and has significant advantages over a single-vendor implementation.  (+info)

Does the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale favor left hemisphere strokes? NINDS t-PA Stroke Study Group. (2/21)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) is a valid, reproducible scale that measures neurological deficit. Of 42 possible points, 7 points are directly related to measurement of language compared with only 2 points related to neglect. METHODS: We examined the placebo arm of the NINDS t-PA stroke trial to test the hypothesis that the total volume of cerebral infarction in patients with right hemisphere strokes would be greater than the volume of cerebral infarction in patients with left hemisphere strokes who have similar NIHSS scores. The volume of stroke was determined by computerized image analysis of CT films and CT images stored on computer tape and optical disks. Cube-root transformation of lesion volume was performed for each CT. Transformed lesion volume was analyzed in a logistic regression model to predict volume of stroke by NIHSS score for each hemisphere. Spearman rank correlation was used to determine the relation between the NIHSS score and lesion volume. RESULTS: The volume for right hemisphere stroke was statistically greater than the volume for left hemisphere strokes, adjusting for the baseline NIHSS (P<0. 001). For each 5-point category of the NIHSS score <20, the median volume of right hemisphere strokes was approximately double the median volume of left hemisphere strokes. For example, for patients with a left hemisphere stroke and a 24-hour NIHSS score of 16 to 20, the median volume of cerebral infarction was 48 mL (interquartile range 14 to 111 mL) as compared with 133 mL (interquartile range 81 to 208 mL) for patients with a right hemisphere stroke (P<0.001). The median volume of a right hemisphere stroke was roughly equal to the median volume of a left hemisphere stroke in the next highest 5-point category of the NIHSS. The Spearman rank correlation between the 24-hour NIHSS score and 3-month lesion volume was 0.72 for patients with left hemisphere stroke and 0.71 for patients with right hemisphere stroke. CONCLUSIONS: For a given NIHSS score, the median volume of right hemisphere strokes is consistently larger than the median volume of left hemisphere strokes. The clinical implications of our finding need further exploration.  (+info)

Distance communication transfer of HIV prevention interventions to service providers. (3/21)

Most acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) service providers are in countries with little access to scientific developments relevant to their programs. It is critical to transfer advances from the scientific arena to service providers on a global scale. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention organizations in 78 countries were randomized to receive either a control condition or a technology transfer condition with an interactive distance learning computer training curriculum and individualized distance consultation. Of 42 nongovernmental organizations in the technology transfer condition, 29 adopted the science-based program in their communities or trained other agencies to also use it. Advanced communication technologies can create a cost-effective infrastructure to disseminate new intervention models to service providers worldwide.  (+info)

Integrating RIS/PACS: the web-based solution at University Hospital of Ribeirao Preto, Brazil. (4/21)

Integration of a Radiology Information System (RIS) and a Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) reduces the risk of inconsistent data by reducing interfaces among databases that contain largely redundant information. Furthermore, RIS/PACS integration is the basis for a filmless radiology facility. Web technology is based on international standards and supplies the main features for the RIS/PACS integration task based on a client/server model. This article presents a web-based system developed to manage and distribute images and diagnostic information within the University Hospital of Ribeirao Preto (HCRP) at the University of Sao Paulo.  (+info)

Security of patient and study data associated with DICOM images when transferred using compact disc media. (5/21)

The transmission of patient and imaging data between imaging centers and other interested individuals is increasingly achieved by means of compact disc digital media (CD). These CDs typically contain, in addition to the patient images, a DICOM reader and information about the origin of the data. While equipment manufacturers attach disclaimers to these discs and specify the intended use of such media, they are often the only practical means of transmitting data for small medical, dental, or veterinary medical centers. Images transmitted by these means are used for clinical diagnosis. This has lead to a heavy reliance on the integrity of the data. This report describes attempts to alter significant patient and study data on CD media and their outcome. The results show that data files are extremely vulnerable to alteration, and alterations are not detectable without detailed analysis of file structure. No alterations to the DICOM readers were required to achieve this; changes were applied only to the data files. CDs with altered data can be readily prepared, and from the point of view of individuals viewing the images, function identically to the original manufacturer's CD. Such media should be considered unsafe where there is a potential for financial or other gain to be had from altering the data, and the copy cannot be cross-checked with the original data.  (+info)

Disseminating cardiopulmonary resuscitation training by distributing 35,000 personal manikins among school children. (6/21)

BACKGROUND: Because most cardiac arrests occur at home, widespread training is needed to increase the incidence of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) by lay persons. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of mass distribution of CPR instructional materials among schoolchildren. METHODS AND RESULTS: We distributed 35,002 resuscitation manikins to pupils (12 to 14 years of age) at 806 primary schools. Using the enclosed 24-minute instructional DVD, they trained in CPR and subsequently used the kit to train family and friends (second tier). They completed a questionnaire on who had trained in CPR using the kit. Teachers also were asked to evaluate the project. The incidence of bystander CPR in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the months following the project was compared with the previous year. In total, 6947 questionnaires (19.8%) were returned. The 6947 kits had been used to train 17,140 from the second tier (mean, 2.5 persons per pupil; 95% confidence interval, 2.4 to 2.5). The teachers had used a mean of 64 minutes (95% confidence interval, 60 to 68) for preparation and a mean of 13 minutes (95% confidence interval, 11 to 15) to tidy up. Incidence of bystander CPR in the months after the project did not increase significantly compared with the previous year (25.0% versus 27.9%; P=0.16). CONCLUSIONS: CPR training can be disseminated in a population by distributing personal resuscitation manikins among children in primary schools. The teachers felt able to easily facilitate CPR training. The incidence of bystander CPR did not increase significantly in the months following the project.  (+info)

Carcinogenicity evaluations and ongoing studies: the IARC databases. (7/21)

Many thousands of chemicals are produced industrially and many more occur naturally. Information on the toxicology of these chemicals is often minimal or absent. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has published evaluations of the carcinogenic risk to humans of over 700 chemicals, groups of chemicals, and complex mixtures as a regular series of monographs. A database has been created containing summaries of all the relevant epidemiological, animal carcinogenicity, and other relevant biological data for each chemical or mixture evaluated. Additional databases have been created for ongoing epidemiological studies of cancer in humans and for long-term carcinogenicity studies in rodents, as well as a database containing information on genotoxic and related effects of chemicals. Some of these databases have been published in print form. IARC now plans to publish them electronically, together with other databases, in the form of a CDROM (compact disk, read-only memory). The objective will be to make the entire IARC database of cancer information as widely available as possible in an integrated format conducive to efficient and combined exploitation of all the component databases.  (+info)

A tool to teach communication skills to pharmacy students. (8/21)

OBJECTIVE: To develop a tool to teach pharmacy students assertive communication skills to use when talking with physicians over the telephone. DESIGN: As an assignment for their Communication Skills and Counseling course, students were asked to write a script involving a patient care issue or problem covering 3 different communication styles that could be used when contacting a prescriber by telephone: passive, aggressive, and assertive. Students worked in groups to write and act out the scripts for the class. ASSESSMENT: Eight scripts were developed by students and rated by peers and faculty members. The script that received the highest ratings was used in the development of a multimedia educational CD. CONCLUSION: The development of hypothetical scripts describing a drug therapy problem and illustrating the types of interactions between physicians and pharmacists while discussing the problem allowed pharmacy students to explore different communication techniques and improve their communication skills.  (+info)

A compact disc storage and retrieval system is arranged to selectively push forward a single, selected compact disc from within a plurality of compact disc storage slots located within a case. Each compact disc storage slot is provided with a spring loaded push rod which, when actuated, pushes a selected compact disc or compact disc case partially out of an ejection opening. Each push rod passes through an aperture in a longitudinal partition extending the length of the compact disc filer case. A coil spring is disposed about the push rod between the partition and the compact disc or compact disc case. Each push rod is provided with an annular detent channel about its outer circumference. In the normal position in which each compact disc is stored, the coil spring is compressed and a solenoid associated therewith has a latching fork that engages the detent channel in the push rod to hold it in the retracted position with the push rod spring depressed. Upon receipt of an electronic signal the solenoid
Introduction Compact disc200 is a sort I actually transmembrane glycoprotein that may regulate the activation threshold of inflammatory defense replies polarize cytokine creation and maintain immune system homeostasis. simply because by dimension of phagocytosis and binding of apoptotic cells. LEADS TO SLE patients the amount of Compact disc200+ cells and the amount of soluble Compact disc200 were considerably greater than in healthful TPEN handles whereas the appearance of Compact disc200R1 by BTF2 Compact disc4+ T cells and DCs was reduced. Furthermore the increased CD200 expression by early apoptotic cells added with their diminished phagocytosis and binding by DCs in SLE. Significantly the engagement of Compact disc200 receptor on Compact disc4+ T cells with Compact disc200-Fc fusion proteins in vitro decreased the differentiation of T-helper type 17 cells and reversed the faulty induction of Compact disc4+Compact disc25highFoxP3+ T cells by changing growth aspect beta in SLE sufferers. ...
Background: Angiogenesis is vital for tumour metastasis and development. Compact disc105 manifestation and tumoral Compact disc105 manifestation. The factors for DFS had been age group, sex, LS, endothelial Compact disc105 manifestation and tumoral Compact disc105 manifestation. The multivariate model was performed utilizing a stepwise selection strategy with type I mistake of 0.05 for model entry and 0.10 for elimination. Extra elimination was put on determine significant factors at the amount of stage IV individuals (C). Overall success of low-grade individuals high-grade individuals. Endothelial Compact disc105 manifestation Endothelial Compact disc105 manifestation was examined by immunohistochemistry using MVD measure. As demonstrated in Shape 2A, tumours had been categorized into three organizations with regards to the amount of vessels (endothelial cells) positive for the Compact disc105 antibody: low (1; 35C240?vessels per mm2; Shape 2A(1)), moderate (2; 241C815?vessels per mm2; Shape ...
Compact disc166 identifies murine and individual long lasting repopulating stem cells. inhibition decreased Compact disc166 phrase, recommending that both Compact disc166 and STAT3 might end up being coupled and included in HSC proficiency functionally. These research demonstrate the significance of Compact disc166 in the engraftment and id of HSC and in HSC-niche connections, and recommend that Compact disc166 phrase can end up being modulated to improve HSC function. Launch How hematopoietic come cell (HSC)Chematopoietic market (HN) relationships maintain HSC function continues to be unfamiliar. Many guns on HSC possess a ligand on cells of the HN. Nevertheless, these guns are neither necessary for HSC function nor are they generally indicated on HSC across varieties, or on cells of the HN. A part for osteoblasts (OB) in keeping HSC is usually well-documented.1-3 We previously showed that even more premature OB 880549-30-4 manufacture with high Runx2 expression maintain hematopoietic ...
Background The ex vivo generation of individual hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) with long lasting repopulating capacity and multi-lineage difference potential represents the holy grail of hematopoiesis research. Outcomes By using Compact disc43, we had been capable to measure hematopoietic induction performance during hiPSC-derived EB difference. Further, we driven Compact disc43+ cells as the cell people of beginning for in vitro erythropoiesis. Furthermore, nest development demonstrates that the multipotent hematopoietic control and progenitor cell small percentage is normally particulary overflowing in the Compact disc43hi Compact disc45+ people. (Compact disc43), and (Compact disc41) during EB difference (fig. 2H,I). Fig. 3 Hematopoietic difference potential of different Compact disc43 showing cell subsets. Reflection of Compact disc43 and Compact disc34 was evaluated by stream cytometry (A; d = 6; suggest SD). Compact disc43-, Compact disc43low and Compact Diphenidol HCl IC50 disc43hi cells ...
Paired receptors about NK cells recognize identical ligands with different strength of binding ability and perform different functions. induce Compact disc300c expression exclusively on Compact disc56bcorrect NK cells significantly. Compact disc300c up-regulation needs STAT5 and its own expression can be inhibited by IL-4. Regularly IL-2 secreted from activated CD4+ T cells induces the expression of CD300c about CD56bbest NK cells particularly. Crosslinking Compact disc300c with a particular antibody enhances the skills of Compact disc56bcorrect NK cells to degranulate and induce chemokine and cytokine secretion. We also display the differential binding of Compact disc300a and Compact disc300c with their ligands phosphatidylethanolamine (PE) and phosphatidylserine (PS) and their differential capability to affect Compact disc56bcorrect NK cell features. Our results offer an insight in to the novel group of combined receptors Compact disc300a and Compact disc300c that are distinctively indicated ...
Activated Compact disc4+ T cells undergo growth and blastogenesis and they exhibit many surface area receptors, including 2-microglobulin-free individual leucocyte antigen (HLA) large stores (open up conformers). IVIg and the anti-HLA-E mAbs was dose-dependent, the dosage needed with mAbs 50C150-flip lower than with IVIg. TFL-006 and TFL-007 covered up blastogenesis and growth of turned on Compact disc4+ Testosterone levels cells considerably, but the non-IVIg-mimicking mAbs nor control antibodies did so neither. The reductions might be mediated by Fab-binding of TFL-006/TFL-007 to the exposed shared peptides. The mAb UK-427857 presenting to the open up conformer may sign Testosterone levels cell deactivation because the open up conformers possess an elongated cytoplasmic end with phosphorylation sites (tryosine320/serine335). growth of phytohaemagglutinin (PHA)-turned on Compact disc4+ and Compact disc8+ Testosterone levels lymphocytes by anti-human leucocyte antigen (HLA)-Age monoclonal ...
Supplementary MaterialsData_Sheet_1. in these sufferers. Weve noticed a rise of Compact disc300a expression in both Compact disc38+Compact disc4+ and PD1+Compact disc4+ T cells from HIV-1 contaminated people. Oddly enough, a triple positive (Compact disc300a+PD1+Compact disc38+) subset was extended in na?ve HIV-1 contaminated patients, although it was extremely rare in healthy sufferers and donors on cART. Finally, we discovered a negative relationship of Compact disc300a appearance on Compact disc4+ T lymphocytes plus some markers connected with HIV-1 disease development. Thus, our outcomes present that HIV-1 an infection has an influence in the legislation of Compact disc300a inhibitory receptor appearance levels, and additional research will shed light in to the role of the cell surface area receptor in the pathogenesis of HIV an infection. and (41). Hence, maybe its possible that the bigger IL-12 production, amongst others, during HIV infection acute/early, may induce the upregulation of ...
Monitoring adjustments in rhesus macaque immune cell populations during infectious disease is crucial. the immune response during SIV contamination and the ability to better determine the role of each of these individual cell types in the pathogenesis of AIDS. who distinguished five nonoverlapping subsets within Lin- HLA-DR+ cells: Compact disc11c-Compact disc123+ pDC, Compact disc11c-Compact disc34+ hematopoietic stem cells, and three subsets of Compact disc11c+ mDC expressing Compact disc16, Compact disc1c (BDCA-1) or Compact disc141 (BDCA-3) (MacDonald et al., 2002). Weve recently described an individual 12-color human stream cytometry -panel that recognized these DC subsets, furthermore to main lymphocyte and monocyte subsets (Autissier et al., 2010). Like their individual counterparts, Aliskiren rhesus monkey DC subsets are often thought as Lin-HLA-DR +Compact disc11c+Compact disc123- mDC, and Lin-HLA-DR+Compact disc11c-Compact disc123+ pDC (Coates et al., 2003; Dark brown et al., 2007; ...
A holder for temporarily storing and displaying compact discs has a front, a back and a disc-receiving base sloping downward from the back to the front. The disc-receiving base has molded pockets or slots for receiving and vertically supporting the compact discs. Each pocket has a lead-in for quick drop-off of a disc and for guiding it to a trough at the bottom. The trough contacts the flat sides of the disc but does not touch the information containing regions on the programmed side. Three bumps extend inward from the walls of the trough for orienting the disc at a rearward leaning angle to enhance visual identification and to prevent the discs from tilting forward and becoming dislodged. Effective disc orientation is achieved by providing a straight slot, with no bumps, that is molded at the desired angle of disc tilt or inclination. The pockets have openings that are wider than the thicknesses of standard compact discs. The pockets are arranged in staggered rows to offset the discs and to allow for
Group 1 Compact disc1 substances, Compact disc1a, CD1c and CD1b, present lipid antigens from (Mtb) to Capital t cells. acids, which make the bacterias much less vulnerable to antibiotics. These substances also help the bacterias to subvert and after that conceal from the immune system program. The frequency of the disease and the raising issue of antibiotic level of resistance possess sparked the search for an effective vaccine against tuberculosis. While many attempts possess concentrated on using proteins pieces in tuberculosis vaccines, some proof suggests that human being immune system cells can understand fatty substances such as mycolic acids and that these cells could help manage and control attacks. Nevertheless, it provides been tough to determine whether these resistant cells sincerely buy 1208315-24-5 play a defensive function against the disease because most vaccine analysis uses mouse versions and rodents perform not really have got an similar of these resistant cells. Today, Zhao ...
CD8 is expressed on CD8+ T cells and can govern their thymic selection, difference, and effector features by causing Ca2+ and nuclear element of activated T cells (NFAT)-dependent signaling. duality of the Compact disc8 area may provide the microorganisms with broader protective defenses. Subjective Compact disc8 takes on important jobs in the thymic selection, difference, and service of some, but not really all, Compact disc8+ Capital t cells, whereas Compact disc8 will not really. 112811-59-3 To check out these jobs, we created rodents that indicated transgene G14 T-cell receptor (TCR) string and Compact disc8 or do not really (WT and KO rodents, respectively). The major Compact disc8+ T-cell response to severe lymphocytic choriomeningitis pathogen (LCMV) disease was mainly Db/Doctor33 particular and Compact disc8 3rd party in KO rodents and was mainly Compact disc8 reliant in WT rodents. Cytotoxic Capital t lymphocytes (CTL) from KO rodents failed to mobilize intracellular Ca2+ and to destroy ...
To dissect the impact of FcRIIB and Compact disc21/Compact disc35 in antigen retention and humoral storage, we used an adoptive transfer model where antigen-primed B and T lymphocytes received to sublethally irradiated wild-type mice or mice deficient in Compact disc21/Compact disc35 (Cr2?/?) or FcRIIB receptors (FcRIIB?/?). appearance of FcRIIB and supplement receptors on FDC stroma and B lymphocytes. To check the need for FcRIIB and Compact disc21/Compact disc35 in harboring antigen for long-term memory space, NP-specific memory space B lymphocytes, KLH-primed T lymphocytes, and antigen (NP-KLH) had been moved into sublethally irradiated receiver mice lacking in Compact disc21/Compact disc35 (Cr2?/?) or FcRIIB (FcRIIB?/?), aswell as WT settings. Therefore, chimeric mice possess normal go with and FcRIIB-sufficient B lymphocytes but their stromal cells and radioresistant myeloid cells are receptor lacking. To regulate for endogenous reactions, parallel models of receiver mice had been treated ...
Objectives and Background Previously, various methodologies were used to enumerate the endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs). and correlations between these noticeable adjustments had been analyzed. Outcomes The true amount of CFU-ECs did not correlate with the amount of ECFCs and CACs. Also, ECFCs and CACs showed separate habits. Nevertheless, the amount of CACs demonstrated a solid relationship with the amount of Compact disc133+Compact disc309+ cells (g=0.001) and a moderate relationship with the amount of Compact disc34+Compact disc309+ cells (g=0.042). Also, the amount of ECFCs was related with the amount of Compact disc309+Compact disc45- cells (g=0.029) and Compact disc34+Compact disc45- cells (s=0.03). Bottom line Our research demonstrated that the three typically utilized strategies for quantifying EPC subsets represent different cells with unbiased habits. Also, any research that sized the amount of EPCs using the 173220-07-0 manufacture stream cytometry technique with a 173220-07-0 ...
The contraction phase from the T cell response is a poorly understood period after the resolution of infection when virus-specific effector cells decline in number and memory cells emerge with increased frequencies. this prototypical acute computer virus contamination. We evaluated if the residual antigen affected the cellular number and department of virus-specific na?ve and storage Compact disc4+ T cells and Compact disc8+ T cells. We discovered that na?ve Compact disc4+ T cells underwent cell department and gathered in response to residual viral antigen for a lot more than two months following the eradication of infectious trojan. Surprisingly memory Compact disc4+ T cells didnt undergo cell department in response towards the lingering antigen despite their heightened capability to identify antigen and make cytokine. As opposed to Compact disc4+ T cells Compact disc8+ T cells didnt undergo cell department in response to the rest of the antigen. Thus Compact disc8+ T cells ceased department ...
Background Compact disc1d is a nonpolymorphic MHC course I-like molecule which presents nonpeptide ligands e. design and amount of Compact disc1d appearance for hematopoieitic cells of both types. Notable can be the recognition of Compact disc1d proteins in mouse and rat Paneth cells aswell as the incredibly high Compact disc1d appearance in acinar exocrine cells from the rat pancreas as well as the appearance of Compact disc4 on rat marginal area B cells. Both mAbs blocked α-galactosylceramide recognition by major mouse and rat NKT cells. Oddly enough both mAbs differed within their effect on the activation of varied autoreactive T cell hybridomas like the XV19.2 hybridoma whose activation was improved with the WTH-1 mAb. Conclusions/Significance Both book monoclonal antibodies referred to in this research allowed the evaluation of Compact disc1d appearance and Compact disc1d-restricted T cell replies in the rat for the very first time. They provided new insights into mechanisms of ...
Supplementary Materials? VOP-23-160-s001. normal horses. However, Compact disc4+ T\cells from horses with ERU indicated higher levels of IFN indicating a pro\inflammatory Th1 phenotype. When co\incubated with MSCs, triggered Compact disc4+ T\cells decreased manifestation of Compact disc25, Compact disc62L, Foxp3, and IFN. MSCs had a smaller capability to lower activation when cell\cell prostaglandin or get in touch with signaling was blocked. MSCs continue steadily to display promise as cure for ERU because they reduced the Compact disc4+ T\cell activation phenotype through a combined mix of cell\cell get in touch with and prostaglandin signaling. Worth /th /thead Compact disc3NormalT\cell39.2\73.859.8.95ERU15.2\79.755.7CD4NormalT helper cell69.0\85.376.8.18ERU63.8\74.072.4CD8NormalCytotoxic T\cells6.4\27.015.3.30ERU13.1\26.320.0CD21NormalB\cells2.8\19.911.8.27ERU3.6\12.98.7 Open up in another window 3.2. Equine repeated uveitis horses come with an triggered Compact disc4+ bloodstream T\cell ...
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) have been proven to play a significant part in hematopoiesis. its predicted mRNA focuses on and luciferase-based reporter assays bioinformatically. We offer the first proof for a primary regulation of Compact disc133 by miR-142-3p aswell as tropomyosin 1 and frizzled homolog 5 by miR-29a. Overexpression of miRNAs in Compact disc133+ cells proven that miR-142-3p includes a adverse influence on the entire colony-forming ability. To conclude, the miRNAs expressed between your Compact disc133+ and Compact disc34+Compact disc133 differentially? cells get excited about inhibition of differentiation, avoidance of apoptosis, and cytoskeletal redesigning. These email address details are extremely relevant for stem cell-based therapies with Compact disc133+ cells and delineate for the very first time the way the stem cell personality of Compact disc133+ cells can be defined from the manifestation of particular BMS-540215 miRNAs. Stem Cells 2011;29:847C857 test was used to look for the ...
Data Availability StatementAll data generated or analyzed in this scholarly research are one of them published content. isolated the Compact disc166-positive cells through the HCT15 CRC cell range (Compact disc166+HCT15) and examined their morphology and capability of clone formation, migration, proteins expression, and medication resistance. The Compact disc166-positive HCT15 cells screen the CSCs features. We found out and designed a Compact disc166-targeted peptide (Compact disc166tp-G18C) like a targeted probe of CRC stem-like cell for cell binding assay. The CD166 was confirmed from the CD166tp-G18C protein targeting ability in CD166+HCT15 cells. The diethylenetriaminopentaacetic acidity (DTPA)-conjugated Compact disc166tp-G18C additional was tagged with indium-111 (111In-DTPA-CD166tp-G18C) as nuclear imaging agent for imaging and bio-distribution evaluation Roscovitine supplier in vivo. Finally, we noticed how the 111In-DTPA-CD166tp-G18C was considerably improved in tumor cells of Compact ...
Objective: CD4+CD8+ double-positive T-cells (DPTs) have been classified as a separate T-cell subpopulation, with two main phenotypes: CD4high CD8low and CD4low CD8high. by circulation cytometry. Results: The median value for DPTs was 2.6% (interquartile range=1.70%-3.67%). Women experienced higher percentages of DPTs than men (3.3% order BI 2536 vs. 2.1%). The subpopulation of CD4low CD8high showed higher expression of CD154 than the other T-cell subpopulations. Conclusion: DPT reference values were obtained from blood lender donors. A sex difference was found, and the CD4low CD8high subpopulation experienced the highest activation marker expression. strong class=kwd-title Keywords: Stream cytometry, Lymphocyte, Lymphocyte subpopulation, T lymphocytes Abstract Ama?: Compact disc4+Compact disc8+ ?ift pozitif T hcreleri (?PT) ayr? bir T hcre alt poplasyonu olarak iki temel fenotip ile s?n?fland?r?lmaktad?r: Compact disc4yksek Compact disc8d?k ve Compact disc4d?k Compact disc8yksek. Son ...
Understanding just how to enhance lipid-loading on to Compact disc1deb substances is usually essential to better funnel invariant organic fantastic To (iNKT) cells central part in the user interface among natural and adaptive defenses. response to and rows, and Fig. H2recommended equivalent contamination of the two cell types (Fig. H4and rows, and Fig. H2components (20), we explored the probability of iNKT cell service by self-antigens. It offers lately been demonstrated that an abundant endogenous lipid, -d-glucopyranosylceramide (-GlcCer), is usually a powerful iNKT cell self-antigen in rodents and human beings, adding to iNKT cell service pursuing myeloid cell contamination and in response to TLR agonists (25). We consequently silenced with shRNA -glucosylceramide synthase (in THP-1 cells totally abrogated recognition 1213777-80-0 manufacture of Compact disc1dClipid things upon microbial contamination (Fig. 1and Fig. H2(MOI 150) and incubated … Used collectively, these outcomes show that ...
Capital t lymphocytes are central to the induction and maintenance of the allergic inflammatory response with emphasis about the part of Compact disc4+ Capital t cells and their capability to make Th2 cytokines such while IL-4, IL-5, and IL-13 (1). fresh asthma that BLT1-articulating effector memory space Compact disc8+ Capital t cells had been Vargatef a powerful resource of IL-13 and needed for the advancement of lung sensitive reactions (15). Furthermore, these Compact disc8+BLT1+ Capital t cells had been even more resistant to corticosteroids than Compact disc4+ Capital t cells and corticosteroids improved their service and effector function by upregulating BLT1 appearance through improved IL-2 receptor appearance (16). In asthmatics, the amounts of Compact disc8+BLT1+ Capital t cells had been improved in the cells and bronchoalveolar (BAL) liquid and amounts of Compact disc8+BLT1+ Capital t cells creating IL-13 related with reduced lung function (17,18). In serious asthmatics, assessment of ...
Keywords: receptor occupancy, pharmacodynamic biomarker, biopharmaceutical, stream cytometry, Compact disc80, Compact disc86, IGF1R Launch Biopharmaceuticals certainly are a fast developing course of therapeutics 1, 2, 3, 4. Evaluation of pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) can be an integral component of preclinical and scientific advancement 5, 6, 7. It enables establishment of PKCPD romantic relationships, which significantly facilitates collection of suitable CX-4945 dosages for the initial\in\human aswell as for the next scientific studies 8, 9, 10. While PK (publicity) evaluation is normally performed utilizing a quantitative immunoassay that methods the medication as the analyte 6, evaluation of its PD (influence on the mark) can be carried out by a number of different strategies, including measuring medication binding to the mark 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and evaluating modulation of downstream signaling 16, 17, 18 or supplementary replies 8, 9, 19, 20. Biopharmaceuticals targeting ...
Fibroblast activation proteins (FAP) is definitely highly portrayed in the tumor-associated fibroblasts (TAFs) of all human epithelial malignancies. potently inhibited tumor development BL21 (DE3; Invitrogen) as well as the bacterias had been expanded in luria broth press comprising 100 g/ml of kanamycin at 37C until OD600 reached 0.6, accompanied by the addition of isopropyl-D-1-thiogalactopyranoside (IPTG, 1 mM) for 4 hours. Cells had been then harvested as well as the recombinant fusion proteins was isolated from addition bodies by cleaning with 2M urea buffer and dissolving in 8M urea. After renaturation by dialysis in gradient urea buffer, the recombinant fusion proteins was at the mercy of Ni2+-IDA column for His-tag-based purification. Dye labeling of FAP-PE38 and immunofluorescence imaging To label FAP-PE38 with organic dyes, purified FAP-PE38 proteins was incubated with 50 nmol of Alexa488-TFP ester (Invitrogen) for 2 hr in 0.1 M sodium bicarbonate buffer (pH = 9.3). Rabbit Polyclonal ...
Side to side transmission of cytomegaloviruses (CMV) occurs via continuous excretion from mucosal surface types. virus-like duplication in cells of non-hematopoietic source. Writer Overview Cytomegaloviruses (CMVs) infect 50 to 90 % of the worlds populace and trigger serious medical problem in immunosuppressed people. An essential cells for side to side transmitting is usually the salivary gland (SG). Compact disc4 Capital t cells are important for virus-like control in this body organ. Nevertheless, how Compact disc4 Capital t cells control MCMV and why Compact disc8 Capital t cells, essential effector cells in additional areas, are ineffective in the SG, continues to be uncertain. Right here we present that Compact disc4 Testosterone levels cells exert immediate antiviral effector rather than assistant features by release of IFN performing on non-hematopoietic cells. Although SG-resident Compact disc8 Testosterone levels cells had been capable to generate IFN and outnumbered Compact disc4 ...
Administration of anti-mouse Compact disc1g stopping mAb former to A-RBC immunization abolished IL-5 creation and anti-A Abdominal creation in rodents. Abs had been raised in sera. Nevertheless, these reactions had been not really noticed in rodents, which absence NKT cells. Administration of anti-mouse Compact disc1m obstructing monoclonal Abs (mAb) previous to immunization removed IL-5 creation by NKT cells and anti-A Ab creation in WT rodents. Administration of anti-IL-5 neutralizing mAb reduced 1351758-81-0 IC50 anti-A Ab creation in WT rodents also, recommending that IL-5 secreted from NKT cells manages anti-A Abs creation simply by N-1a cells critically. In non-obese diabetic/serious mixed immunodeficient (Jerk/SCID/cmice, we looked into whether iNKT cells function to make anti-A, anti-Gal, anti-NeuGc, or anti-allopeptide Abs. Strategies Rodents C57BD/6J (N6) (L-2b), BALB/c (L-2d), and naked rodents (Balb/c) and N344 rodents had been bought from CLEA Asia (Tokyo, Asia). rodents on a N6 ...
Supplementary Materials Online Supplement supp_45_3_534__index. noticed an apoptosis-mediated and necrosis-mediated depletion ( 90%) from the receiver Compact disc103poperating-system DC subset, in support of a 50C60% depletion of receiver Compact disc11bpos DCs from lung parenchymal tissues on Times 3 and 5, whereas receiver lung and alveolar macrophages had been significantly less radiosensitive, showing an around 50% depletion by Times 14C21 after treatment. A repopulation of lung tissues with donor DC subsets acquired occurred by Times 10 and 28 for Compact disc11bpos DCs and Compact disc103poperating-system DCs, whereas lung and alveolar macrophages were repopulated by 6 and 10 weeks after treatment. Furthermore, chlamydia of mice with further accelerated the turnover of lung lung and DCs macrophage subsets. Our data illustrate the vulnerability of lung Compact disc103poperating-system Compact disc11bpos and DCs DCs to irradiation, and indicate an accelerated turnover of lung DC subsets ...
Camera calibration may refer to: Camera resectioning, which is called also geometric camera calibration Color mapping, which is a method for photometric camera calibration Radiometric ...
New, polymer-based photonic materials into which can be packed ÒstacksÓ of data, like pages in a book, have been developed by University at Buffalo scientists. The new materials, which store thousands of times more data than conventional compact disks,were described today at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society.
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Innate immune system recognition is crucial for the induction of adaptive immune system responses; nevertheless the underlying systems stay understood incompletely. that IL-6 cooperates with IL-1β to stop the suppressive aftereffect of Tregs on Compact disc4+ T cells at least partly by managing their responsiveness to IL-2. Furthermore although IL-6Rα-lacking T cells support normal TC-DAPK6 principal Th1 replies in the lack of Tregs they neglect to mature into useful storage cells demonstrating an integral function for IL-6 in Compact disc4+ T cell storage development. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.01949.001 with mice expressing the Cre recombinase beneath the control of the Compact disc4 promoter (hereafter called IL-6RαT-KO mice). Because the Cre-encoding transgene is normally expressed on the dual positive stage in thymic advancement both Compact disc4+ and Compact disc8+ T cells in the periphery of IL-6RαT-KO mice didnt exhibit the IL-6Rα (Amount 1A). Significantly both Compact ...
Background Cardiovascular cell therapy represents a encouraging field, with many approaches currently being analyzed. was examined using an computerized microbial recognition program, endotoxin by a kinetic chromogenic Limulus amebocyte lysate check. T-test was utilized for record evaluation. Outcomes A fresh production technique was arranged up, centered on lean centrifugation on low denseness Ficoll-Paque, adopted by 2 cleaning actions, of which the second one at low velocity. It led to considerably higher removal of poison granulocytes and platelets, enhancing item chastity; the frequencies of Compact disc34+ cells, Compact disc133+ cells and practical hematopoietic and mesenchymal precursors had been considerably improved. The procedure was effectively authenticated relating to Great Manufacturing Methods. The producing ATMP primarily comprised of practical MNC including Compact disc34+ and Compact disc133+ cell subsets (2.98%??1.90% and 0.83%??1.32%, respectively), Compact disc184/CXCR4+ ...
Single-cell gene phrase evaluation reveals CML control cell adjustments and heterogeneity enforced by TKI therapy. phrase of the CML control cell indicators Compact disc25, Compact disc26, and IL1Hip hop is usually high in all subpopulations at analysis but downregulated and unevenly distributed across subpopulations in response to TKI treatment. The many TKI-insensitive cells of the LSC area can become captured within the Compact disc45RA? portion and additional described as positive for Compact disc26 in mixture with an extravagant absence of cKIT manifestation. Collectively, our outcomes reveal a substantial heterogeneity of the CML come cell populace and propose a Lin?CD34+CD38?/lowCD45RA?cKIT?Compact disc26+ population as a potential therapeutic target for improved therapy response. Intro A ground-breaking example of molecular therapy of cancerous disease is usually the advancement of tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) that particularly focus on the breakpoint bunch area (BCR)CAbelson (ABL), ...
Research employing T cell receptor transgenic T cellular material have got convincingly shown that selective delivery of nonself model antigens to December-205+ dendritic cellular material (DCs) within the steady-state may induce Foxp3-expressing Compact disc4+Compact disc25+ regulatory T (Treg) cellular material from conventional Compact disc4+Compact disc25-Foxp3- T cellular material. demonstrated Ag-specific Treg cellular material that were produced either by ectopic appearance of Foxp3 [19], or by TGF-mediated upregulation of Foxp3 appearance in conventional Compact disc4+ T cellular material [20]. While mobile therapy with era of Foxp3+ cellular material [25, 26], Treg cellular material which have been produced extrathymically by DC concentrating on exhibited finish demethylation of CpG motifs inside the non-coding area of the Foxp3 gene thats connected with Treg cellular stability. Therefore, these cellular material survived in mice for long periods of time in the lack of the inducing Ag ...
BALB/c mice contaminated using the intracellular protozoan Leishmania main support a T helper cell 2 (Th2) response that does not control growth of the parasite and leads to the introduction of visceral leishmaniasis. this response, the suppressed Th1 cells Rabbit polyclonal to PFKFB3 could be phenotypically recognized in the suppressive Th2 cells PI-1840 manufacture by the amount of expression of Compact disc45RB. Even though Compact disc45RBhigh people mediated a defensive reaction to L. main, C.B-17 scid mice restored with this population developed a serious inflammatory response within the colon which was unbiased of L. main an infection, and was avoided by cotransfer from the Compact disc45RBlow people. The colitis were because of a dysregulated Th1 response as anti-IFN-gamma, however, not anti-IL-4, avoided it. Taken jointly, the data present that the Compact disc4+ T cell people identified by advanced expression from the Compact disc45RB antigen contains cells that mediate both defensive ...
Supplementary MaterialsSupplementary Info. myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) within the spleen, blood and lung. Furthermore, the cryo-thermal therapy improved the cytolytic function of Compact disc8+ T cells and induced differentiation of Compact disc8+ T cells into memory space stem T cell (TSCM), and differentiation of Compact disc4+ T cells into dominating Compact disc4-CTL, Tfh and Th1 subsets within the spleen for 3 months following the treatment. It was discovered that great therapeutic impact was mainly reliant on Compact disc4+ T cells offering a durable memory space antitumor immune system response. At the same time, significant increase of serum IFN-was noticed to supply a perfect L,L-Dityrosine microenvironment of antitumor immunity also. Further research showed how the rejection of re-challenge of B16F10 however, not GL261 tumor within the treated mice in 45 or 60 times following the treatment, implied a solid melanoma-specific and systemic memory space antitumor immunity ...
Dendritic cells (DCs) form an extraordinary cellular network that shapes adaptive immune responses according to peripheral cues. function and diversification in situ. (140). Appropriately E2-2 is necessary for pDC advancement (141) Amfebutamone (Bupropion) as well as the constitutive lack of E2-2 in peripheral pDCs induces the upregulation of cDC genes (140). On the other hand Amfebutamone (Bupropion) mice lacking Identification2 possess dramatic reductions in Compact disc8+ and Compact disc103+ cDCs (33 124 142 furthermore enforced Identification2 manifestation in early human being hematopoietic progenitors inhibits pDC advancement but leaves cDC advancement unaffected (143). Batf3 The essential leucine zipper transcription element ATF-like 3 (Batf3) includes a selective nonre-dundant part in DC advancement. Although Batf3 can Amfebutamone (Bupropion) be expressed in every cDCs like the Compact disc8+ and Compact disc103+ cDCs as well as the Compact disc11b+ cDCs mice missing Batf3 possess a ...
Supplementary MaterialsSupplementary data. vitro transmigration of na?ve and activated Compact disc8+ and Compact disc4+ T cells, however, not of myeloid cells. Perivascular appearance of SOD3 also particularly elevated Compact disc4+ and Compact disc8+ effector T cell infiltration into tumors and improved the potency of adoptively moved tumor-specific Compact disc8+ T cells. SOD3-induced improved transmigration in vitro and tumor infiltration in vivo werent linked to upregulation of T cell chemokines such as for example CXCL9 or CXCL10, nor to adjustments in the degrees of endothelial adhesion receptors such as for example intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) or vascular cell adhesion molecule-1 (VCAM-1). Rather, SOD3 improved T cell infiltration via HIF-2-reliant induction of particular WNT ligands in endothelial cells; this resulted in WNT signaling pathway activation in the endothelium, FOXM1 stabilization, and transcriptional induction of laminin-4 (LAMA4), an endothelial cellar ...
Camera calibration plays a critical role in 3D computer vision tasks. The most commonly used calibration method utilizes a planar checkerboard and can be done nearly fully automatically. However, it requires the user to move either the camera or the checkerboard during the capture step. This manual operation is time consuming and makes the calibration results unstable. In order to solve the above problems caused by manual operation, this paper presents a full-automatic camera calibration method using a virtual pattern instead of a physical one. The virtual pattern is actively transformed and displayed on a screen so that the control points of the pattern can be uniformly observed in the camera view. The proposed method estimates the camera parameters from point correspondences between 2D image points and the virtual pattern. The camera and the screen are fixed during the whole process; therefore, the proposed method does not require any manual operations. Performance of the proposed method is evaluated
This article adresses the hyperbolic catadioptric camera calibration matter.An automatic calibration process has been developped,thus no user intervention is required to perform the camera intrinsic and extrinsic parameters estimation. This process uses a specific calibration pattern built to fit the geometry of the sensor.The pattern features are really easy to identify and allow a robust camera calibration.The performances of the algorithm are illustrated by some examples.. Résumé. Cet article présente une procédure détalonnage pour les caméras panoramiques catadioptriques utilisant un miroir hyperbolique de révolution. Lalgorithme que nous avons développé permet un étalonnage automatique (sans intervention dun opérateur) des paramètres intrinsèques et extrinsèques de la caméra. Il utilise une mire détalonnage particulière,adaptée à la géométrie du capteur. Cette mire contient des formes particulièrement simples à détecter et permet un étalonnage robuste du ...
Camera calibration is one of the fundamental photogrammetric tasks. The standard procedure is to apply an iterative adjustment to measurements of known control points. The iterative adjustment needs initial values of internal and external parameters. In this paper we investigate a procedure where only one parameter - the focal length is given a specific initial value. The procedure is validated using the freely available Damped Bundle Adjustment Toolbox on five calibration data sets using varying narrow- and wide-angle lenses. The results show that the Gauss-Newton-Armijo and Levenberg-Marquardt-Powell bundle adjustment methods implemented in the toolbox converge even if the initial values of the focal length are between 1/2 and 32 times the true focal length, even if the parameters are highly correlated. Standard statistical analysis methods in the toolbox enable manual selection of the lens distortion parameters to estimate, something not available in other camera calibration toolboxes. A ...
The CD was primarily planned as the successor to the vinyl record for playing music, rather than as a data storage medium. However, CDs have grown to encompass other applications. In 1983, following the CDs introduction, Immink and Joseph Braat presented the first experiments with erasable compact discs during the 73rd AES Convention.[43] It took, however, almost 10 years before their technology was commercialized in Sonys MiniDisc. In June 1985, the computer-readable CD-ROM (read-only memory) and, in 1990, CD-Recordable were introduced, also developed by both Sony and Philips.[44] Recordable CDs were a new alternative to tape for recording and copying music without the defects introduced in compression used in other digital recording methods[which?]. Other newer video formats such as DVD and Blu-ray use the same physical geometry as CD, and most DVD and Blu-ray players are backward compatible with audio CD. CD sales in the United States peaked by 2000.[45] By the early 2000s, the CD player ...
False colour scanning electron micrograph of the surface of a compact disc cracked to show the musical layer below (centre). The disc is made of plastic, which is pressed with a series of fine depressions (notches), representing a digitised musical signal capable of being read by a laser. To reflect the laser light, the music layer is coated with a fine film of metal (unseen) which follows the depressions exactly. This layer is covered by another layer of transparent plastic, which is visible here. The music is sandwiched between two layers of plastic, which prevents dust & scratches from affecting the sound. Magnification:X1000 at 10x8inch X143 at 35mmsize. Blue & yellow colorvir - Stock Image T515/0127
With support from large corporations, the technology was further improved and enhanced to ensure it was ready for the market. In 1978, Polygram, a division of Philips, chose polycarbonate as the material of choice for the CD. Many other decisions were also made that year, such as the disc diameter (115 mm) and the type of laser to be used by CD players. It was also decided that data on a CD would start at the center and spiral outwards to the edge.. In 1979, a prototype CD system was demonstrated in Europe and Japan; Sony then agreed to join into the collaboration, and both Sony and Philips compromised on the standard sampling rate of 44.1 kHz and the choice to use 16-bit audio. The disc diameter was changed from 115 to 120 mm to allow for 74 minutes of playback with the sampling rate and quality chosen.. The compact disc first surfaced in the public eye 15 years after its invention when Philips made an announcement on May 17, 1978. The new standard was proposed by Philips and Sony in 1980 as ...
ACDR (Audio Compact Disc Reader) is a very easy to use, yet fully featured tool, that lets you read tracks from audio CD\s. Supports: Lots of output file formats, freedb, ReplayGain, Unicode, APE-tags, ID3v2-tags, scratch correction, ...
Supplementary Materialsoncotarget-09-7487-s001. via continous infusion would be more convenient for the patient. Here we describe and characterize a TM for retargeting UniCAR T cells to CD19 positive tumor cells. Moreover, we show the TM can efficiently be produced from maker cells housed inside a sponge-like biomimetic cryogel and, therefore, providing as an TM manufacturing plant for a protracted retargeting of UniCAR T cells CD33 to Compact disc19 positive leukemic cells. synthesized TM(A) Schematic watch from the UniCAR program. For retargeting of UniCAR T cells to Compact disc19 positive tumor cells a TM against the Compact disc19 antigen (anti-CD19 TM) needed to be built. In its existence, UniCAR T cells order ABT-869 will end up being cross-linked to Compact disc19 positive tumor cells that will finally result in lysis from the last mentioned. In the lack of the TM, UniCAR T cells will end up being powered down automatically. (B) For both and synthesis the reading body encoding the ...
Bispecific antibodies constitute a very important class of therapeutics owing to their ability to bind 2 unique targets. molecule was not affected. concurrent engagement to CD4 and CD70 on a single cell. (B) Anti-CD4/CD70 DuetMab preferentially kills Compact disc4 … In order to understand whether such binding properties translated to useful selectivity, we examined the ability from the anti-CD4/Compact disc70 DuetMab to mediate selective ADCC depletion of Compact disc4+/Compact disc70+ T cells using the same cell combine as above. We utilized ADCC since it supplies the most immediate correlation between Rabbit Polyclonal to SIRPB1. eliminating and the quantity of Fc domains from the cell. Even more especially, depletion was the readout since it is the just method which allows simultaneous ADCC evaluation of multiple cells while distinguishing the various populations. KC1333 organic killer (NK) cells had been utilized as effector cells and cell cytotoxicity was determined by means of ...
Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) may be the most intense breasts cancer tumor subtype, and it exhibits resistance to common breasts cancer tumor therapies. (LAG-3) in Compact disc4+ T cell subsets. We also discovered that the co-blockade of PD-1 and PD-L1 additional upregulates the co-expression of TIM-3 and LAG-3 on Compact disc4+Compact disc25+ T cells and Compact disc4+CD25+FoxP3+Helios+ Tregs in the presence of TNBC cells, but not in non-TNBC cells. Our results indicate the emergence of compensatory inhibitory mechanisms, most likely mediated by Tregs and triggered non-Tregs, which could lead to the development of TNBC resistance against PD-1/PD-L1 blockade. Keytruda? from Merck & Co., Inc., New Jersey, USA). For the combined blockade of PD-1 and PD-L1, triggered PBMCs treated with anti-PD-1 mAb had been co-cultured with cell lines treated with anti-PD-L1 mAb. Activated PBMCs had been gathered at 24 h, 48 h and 72 h post mAb SPARC treatment for stream cytometric analyses. 2.4. Phenotypic ...
Foxp3+ Compact disc4+ regulatory T (Treg) cells, known to be one of the most essential defences of the individual body against an incorrect resistant response, possess recently gained attention from those outdoors immunology thanks a lot to the powerful evidence for their capability to exert non-canonical resistant functions in a variety of tissue in health and disease. cells are abundant in visceral adipose tissues of toned rodents but their amount is normally significantly decreased in insulin-resistant pet versions of weight problems. Remarkably, peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptor reflection by visceral adipose tissues Treg cells is normally essential for their deposition, phenotype and function in the unwanted fat and amazingly required for comprehensive recovery of insulin awareness in obese rodents by the anti-diabetic medication Pioglitazone. This review research latest results relating to the exclusive function and phenotype of adipose tissue-resident Treg cells, speculates on ...
Sonic hedgehog (SHH) medulloblastoma (MB) subtype is normally motivated by a proliferative Compact disc15+ tumor propagating cell (TPC), also taken into consideration in the literature as a putative cancer stem cell (CSC). mouse model are similar to the SHH individual MB subgroup genomically. The outcomes offer the initial proof that PTEN performs a function in MB TPC signaling and biology and that PI-3T inhibitors focus on and suppress the success and growth of cells within the mouse and individual Compact disc15+ cancers control cell area. In comparison, Compact disc15+ TPCs are resistant to cisplatinum, temozolomide and the SHH inhibitor, NVP-LDE-225, realtors used in treatment of medulloblastoma currently. These research validate the healing efficiency of griddle PI-3T inhibitors in the treatment of Compact disc15+ TPC reliant medulloblastoma and recommend a sequential mixture of PI-3T inhibitors and chemotherapy will possess increased effectiveness in the treatment of this disease. Intro ...
Compact Disk Folder. "Foreman, Lewis (2018): Notes to Chandos recording CH20078" (PDF). Chandos.net. Retrieved 22 July 2020. ...
Audio compact disk. (Distributed by MIT Press). Bregman, A.S. (2004) Auditory scene analysis. In N.J. Smelzer & P.B. Baltes ( ... Bregman's extensive research on ASA has yielded one book, one audio compact disk, three articles in encyclopedias or handbooks ...
Hylton, Richard D. (1991-08-25). "All About/Compact Disks; Recordings Off? CD's Miss the Message (Published 1991)". The New ... When compact discs first began to appear in the retail stores, the longbox packaging served a transitional purpose, allowing ... A longbox is a form of exterior paperboard packaging for musical compact discs in widespread use in the 1980s and early 1990s ... Most longboxes were full color, with details about the compact disc on the back, and artwork that was frequently taken from the ...
In 1988, the release topped the Top Pop Compact Disks chart and reached number 34 on the Billboard 200 top albums chart, where ... "Top Compact Disks Pop" (PDF). Billboard Magazine. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 100 (20): 43. 14 May 1988. ISSN 0006-2510. ... It peaked at number eight on Billboard magazines Top Pop Compact Disks chart in May 1988 and entered the magazines Top 200 ... Grein, Paul (7 May 1988). "Chart Beat / Top Compact Disks Pop / Billboard 200 Albums" (PDF). Billboard Magazine. Nielsen ...
They likely arise from dynamic interactions within accretion disks, whose active processes are commonly connected with compact ... "Compact Objects and Accretion Disks". arXiv:astro-ph/0107228v1. Hubble Video Shows Shock Collision inside Black Hole Jet ( ... Some of the jets in HH 24-26, which contains the highest concentration of jets known anywhere in the sky Accretion disk Bipolar ... This theory explains the extraction of energy from magnetic fields around an accretion disk, which are dragged and twisted by ...
... recorded specifically for compact disk; these have often been combined with classical music. Among them are the Naxos ... With the advent of videocassettes and compact discs, however, original cast albums of non-musical plays, as well as spoken word ...
"Compact Disk of James Russell". History of Computers and Computing.. ... David Paul Gregg Optical recording "Inventor of the Week - James T. Russell - The Compact Disc". MIT. December 1999. Archived ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) James T. Russell, The Digital Compact Disc at the Wayback Machine (archived April 2, ... 2013) Adam Holdorf (November 2000). "Bet you didn't know Jim Russell '53 pioneered compact disc technology". Reed Magazine. ...
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Dvorak, John C. (November 26, 2006). "Whatever Happened to Compact Disk Interactive?". Dvorak News Blog. Archived from the ... Development of the "Compact Disc-Interactive" format began in 1984 (two years after the launch of Compact Disc) and it was ... The Compact Disc-Interactive (CD-I, later CD-i) is a digital optical disc data storage format that was mostly developed and ... Units in this line generally include support for floppy disk drives, keyboards and other computer peripherals. Some models can ...
The Last Place to Go (compact disk). Liner notes: Jonas Friddle and Bare Handed Productions, Ltd. 2018. "Jonas Friddle - " ...
CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Allison, Chuck (May 1, 1999). "Review of Scott Meyers' Effective C++ Compact Disk". Dr ...
doi:10.1016/S0375-9474(03)00856-X. Mukhopadhyay, B. (2018). "Nucleonsynthesis in Advective Accretion Disk Around Compact Object ... Surman, R.; McLaughlin, G. C.; Ruffert, M.; Janka, H.-Th.; Hix, W. R. (2008). "Process Nucleosynthesis in Hot Accretion Disk ... Nucleosynthesis may happen in accretion disks of black holes. Cosmic ray spallation process reduces the atomic weight of ... Chakrabarti, S. K.; Jin, L.; Arnett, W. D. (1987). "Nucleosynthesis Inside Thick Accretion Disks Around Black Holes. I - ...
Lai, Siyi (2004). "Design of a Compact Disk-like Microfluidic Platform for Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay". Anal. Chem. 76 ( ... Lai, Siyi (2004). "Design of a Compact Disk-like Microfluidic Platform for Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay". Anal. Chem. 76 ( ... Morais, Sergi (2008). "Analytical prospect of compact disk technology in immunosensing". Anal Bioanal Chem. 391 (8): 2837-2844 ... Morais, Sergi (2008). "Analytical prospect of compact disk technology in immunosensing". Anal Bioanal Chem. 391 (8): 2837-2844 ...
Seminar and Core Conf., January 13-15, 2004, Calgary, (available on compact disk). Mountjoy, E.W., Windth, J., Price, R.A., and ...
His recordings are mostly unknown or lost today and are available on compact disk only as part of box set about Black-people ... Black Europe compact disk track list "Lost Recording List". Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Board. ... and not from the Black Europe compact disk set.) Poet And Peasant Concert Polka (Pioneer/Columbia/Edison) (1901/1903/1904) ...
CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Top Compact Disks" (PDF). Billboard. worldradiohistory.com: Y-27. 26 December 1987. ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Top Compact Disks" (PDF). Billboard. worldradiohistory.com: 42. 12 September 1987. ...
Published as a compact disk by Dynamics Research Corporation. December, 2000 Creating an Integrated Digital Environment. The ...
Ekins RP, Chu FW (November 1991). "Multianalyte microspot immunoassay-microanalytical "compact disk" of the future". Clin. Chem ...
London on compact disk. Many pages refer to when he lived in Abbots Langley. Hastie, Scott (1993). Abbots Langley-A ...
"Sundazed Music New Releases: Compact Disk - The Gentle Soul" (PDF). Sundazed.com. Sundazed Music. Archived from the original ( ...
"Top Compact Disks (for week ending June 27, 1987)" (PDF). Billboard. 27 June 1987. p. 42. Retrieved 23 July 2020. "Album Top 50 ... EMI marketed it as "the most important record ever released on compact disc". [Because of Sgt. Pepper] people then started ...
The choir also records music, releasing over 40 compact disks. More than half of these compositions were recorded for the first ...
"Top Compact Disks (for week ending May 30, 1987)" (PDF). Billboard. 30 May 1987. p. 54. Retrieved 26 September 2020. "The ... Rubber Soul was released on compact disc on 30 April 1987, with the fourteen-song track line-up now the international standard ...
"Top Compact Disks (for week ending May 30, 1987)" (PDF). Billboard. 30 May 1987. p. 54. Retrieved 26 September 2020. " ...
These have all been issued on compact disks by Sedina. Symphony No. 1 in E major, The Homeland (1969) Symphony No. 2 (1972) ...
The compact disks are also "PC Ready" with interactive features. After this album, new projects were rumored to be in the works ...
It was released on both Vinyl and Compact Disk in 2006. It is typical of The Datsuns style. With loud guitar, a lead break and ...
Hochtaunuskreis 2006, page 4. Organs of Bad Homburg (from the Ars Musici Compact Disks catalogue. Accessed 2008-02-23.) Jürgen ...
2011). "Folk Songs of Canada Now" (Audio Recording (Compact Disk/Digital Download). London, Ontario, Canada: labelfantastic.com ...
Lightman, Alan P.; Thorne, Kip S. "I. Time-dependent accretion disks around compact objects". Caltech. "Caltech Names ... Time-dependent accretion disks around compact objects. II. Theoretical frameworks for analyzing and testing gravitation ... Some of his significant achievements are his discovery, with Douglas Eardley, of a structural instability in orbiting disks of ... In particular, his research has focused on relativistic gravitation theory, the structure and behavior of accretion disks, ...
They are small to medium-sized birds with compact bodies, short thick necks, and long, usually pointed, wings. They are found ... and a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye called a facial disk. Great horned owl, Bubo virginianus (V) Burrowing owl ...
They are small to medium-sized birds with compact bodies, short, thick necks and long, usually pointed, wings. They are found ... a hawk-like beak and a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye called a facial disk. Order: Coraciiformes Family: ...
... and computer hard disks where low mass, small volume, or strong magnetic fields are required. Neodymium is used in the electric ... and chloride Neodymium compounds in compact fluorescent lamp light Neodymium compounds in normal daylight Naturally occurring ... and computer hard disks, where low magnet mass (or volume) or strong magnetic fields are required. Larger neodymium magnets are ...
Reed-Solomon coding is noteworthy for its widespread use in compact discs, DVDs, and hard disk drives. Other examples of ...
They are small to medium-sized birds with compact bodies, short, thick necks and long, usually pointed, wings. They are found ... a hawk-like beak and a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye called a facial disk. Mountain scops-owl, Otus ... but sturdy compact bodies. They have long pointed wings and sometimes tails and a fast direct flight. Flocks fly to watering ...
Billboard prognosticated, "Disks will get heavy exploitation thru the pic tie-up coincidental to the film's general release." ... and currently available compact disc adding the following tracks: "Would I Love You" (B. Russell/Spina) (Doris Day with Harry ...
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There is also much more control over quality and frame rate allowing disk space usage to be optimized and the DVR can also be ... It is typically supplied as a compact, bare circuit board that facilitates mounting it as a subsystem component within larger ... A digital video recorder (DVR) is an electronic device that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive ... Devices that can use external storage devices (such as hard disks, SSDs, or other flash storage) to store and recover data ...
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Let G be an open domain in Rn with compact closure and smooth (n−1)-dimensional boundary. Consider the space X1(G) consisting ... Necessary and sufficient conditions for the structural stability of C1 vector fields on the unit disk D that are transversal to ... These definitions extend in a straightforward way to the case of n-dimensional compact smooth manifolds with boundary. Andronov ... even though the phase space is compact. The closest higher-dimensional analogue of structurally stable systems considered by ...
More compact construction methods began to be used, such as a flexible dielectric sheet (like oiled paper) sandwiched between ... Larger values can be made by multiple stacks of plates and disks. Larger value capacitors usually use a metal foil or metal ... For small values of capacitance (microfarads and less), ceramic disks use metallic coatings, with wire leads bonded to the ...
A Hickson Compact Group, HCG 62 is at a distance of 200 Mly from Earth (redshift 0.0137) and possesses a large central ... It is located at a distance of 45 Mly from Earth (redshift 0.0075), and has an unusually dusty disk with a diameter of 300 ly. ...
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On October 1, 1982, Sony ignited a digital audio revolution with the release of the world's first commercial compact disc ... Patterson, David; Gibson, Garth A.; Katz, Randy (1988). A Case for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) (PDF). SIGMOD ... "How the compact disc lost its shine". The Guardian. Retrieved November 9, 2016. CBS released the world's first commercially ...
The extension F can be continued to any larger disk ,z, < R with R > 1. Accordingly in the unit disc ‖ μ ‖ ∞ < 1 , μ ( z ) = F ... is compact, indeed it is given by an operator with smooth kernel because P and T are given by singular integral operators. The ... This problem can be reduced to that of finding univalent holomorphic maps f, g of the unit disk and its complement into the ... the Alexander extension gives a way of extending f to a diffeomorphism of the unit disk D: F ( r , θ ) = r exp ⁡ [ i ψ ( r ) g ...
Of course they typically have some of the system's memory (RAM) configured as a ramdisk (or perhaps several RAM disks). This ... Some also provide some very compact graphical user interface (GUI) tools. The LNX-BBC includes a small X (X Window System) ... This makes filesystems on any local hard disks accessible while minimizing the risk of inadvertent corruption, deletion or ... such as a floppy disk. Some can be booted over a network. Bootable business cards may hold malware as bootable media is an easy ...
2011). The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge - Biographies and Results (compact disk) (7th ed.). Horn Lake, MS: American Contract ...
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In 1963 he also invented a video disk camera which could store several minutes' worth of images onto an optical video disk. ... His designs and patents paved the way for the LaserDisc, which helped with the creation of the DVD, compact discs, and MiniDisc ... He was the inventor of the optical disc (disk). Gregg was inspired to create the optical disc in 1958 while working at ...
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... the convex hull and the disked hull of a compact set are both compact. More generally, if K is a compact subset of a locally ... Thus the closure of a compact set is compact (i.e. all compact sets are relatively compact). Thus the closure of a compact set ... the disked hull cobal K) is compact if and only if it is complete. Every subset S of cl({ 0 }) is compact and thus complete. In ... which happens if and only if it is pre-compact (i.e. its closure in the completion of X is compact). If S ⊆ X is compact, then ...
... is a compact and low power plug computer running Linux. It is intended to be a device that could act as a web server, ... It has local storage in NAND Flash, but also offers USB ports and a Serial ATA port to connect external hard disks. The first ...
The resulting Osborne 1 featured a 5 inch (127 mm) 52-column display, two floppy-disk drives, a Z80 microprocessor, and 64 KB ... Osborne emerged from bankruptcy in 1984 and released the Osborne Vixen, a compact portable running CP/M, in late 1984, along ...
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... that is outside some disk), and there is an integer n such that lim z → ∞ f ( z ) z n {\displaystyle \lim _{z\to \infty }{\frac ... If the curve is compact, and the function f is meromorphic on the whole curve, then the number of zeros and poles is finite, ...
They were just more compact and thus suited for 'combo' use. The exploration of musical synthesizers in the 1960s was a step ... Machines like the Optigan used photo-emulsion to create disks that had images whose density would convert to waveforms when ... The invention of the transistor in 1959 spawned the production of progressively more compact keyboards. Many home organs ...
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"Compact Disk Dummies". Ultratop.be/nl. Retrieved 13 February 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Compact Disk ... The Compact Disk Dummies is a Belgian electropunk band from Desselgem (Waregem). The group consists of the brothers Lennert ( ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) vhp (27 April 2013). "FAZ: Compact Disk Dummies op 1 in De Afrekening van Studio ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Van der Speeten, Sasha (25 March 2012). "Compact Disk Dummies wint Rock Rally". Het ...
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  • The Compact Disk Dummies is a Belgian electropunk band from Desselgem (Waregem). (wikipedia.org)
  • FAZ: Compact Disk Dummies op 1 in De Afrekening van Studio Brussel" (in Dutch). (wikipedia.org)
  • CD-RW disk drives are more often met in domestic computers as the fundamental device for reading compact discs. (ixbtlabs.com)
  • This work demonstrates the development of microfluidic compact discs (CDs) for protein purification and fractionation integrating a series of microfluidic features, such as microreservoirs, microchannels, and microfluidic fractionators. (mendeley.com)
  • A longbox is a form of exterior paperboard packaging for musical compact discs in widespread use in the 1980s and early 1990s in North America. (wikipedia.org)
  • When compact discs first began to appear in the retail stores, the longbox packaging served a transitional purpose, allowing shops to file new compact discs in the same bins originally used for vinyl records. (wikipedia.org)
  • When the storage device known as the compact disk was invented, people in the music industry saw them as shiny substitutes for phonograph records, and they referred to them as compact discs, despite the fact that these same discs were compact disks when they stored nonmusical data. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Magnetic disks can be floppy diskettes or hard disks. (canada.ca)
  • Hardware or Computer MediaMalicious damage, poor operating conditions, natural disasters and simple wear and tear can physically damage machinery and storage media such as disks, tapes and diskettes. (writework.com)
  • Magnetic tape, Floppy disk and Hard disk are different types of secondary memory. (answers.com)
  • A magnetic disk, such as a floppy disk or hard disk. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Magnetic media are read by magnetic heads and include tapes and disks. (canada.ca)
  • magnetic disk or hard disk a direct-access storage device consisting of a stack of plates coated with a magnetic layer, the whole assembly rotating rapidly as a single unit. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • 1. Computer Science A magnetic disk, such as a hard disk, or an optical disk, such as a compact disk. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The present invention provides a speech-synthesizing apparatus that synthesizes various types of voices and words, such as a dialect, on the basis of more compact databases, and a storage medium that has an electronic circuit making the speech-synthesizing apparatus feasible. (google.ca)
  • The disk stores at least parameters for controlling speech synthesis in an external apparatus or information to be speech-synthesized and a voice database that are used in the speech synthesis. (google.ca)
  • This series contains recordings of Hyde Park Youth Symphony concerts from 2001-2006 on compact disks, audio cassette tapes, and video cassette tapes. (uchicago.edu)
  • 2. A method of moving video disk cartridges as defined in claim 1, comprising the further step of disengaging said engaging member from said aperture before extending said object from said rotatable transport carriage. (google.es)
  • The music is recorded in the surface of the plastic disk as a series of tiny bumps (seen as red and yellow in this highly magnified photograph). (factmonster.com)
  • In both British and American English, a flat shiny object that stores music is called a compact disc . (thefreedictionary.com)
  • the compact disk format is an excellent storage media for music. (everything2.com)
  • Now it is possible to penetrate optically the depth of the disk and access any given spot in it precisely, because the two-photon absorption occurs only at that spot," said P.C. Cheng, Ph.D., professor of electrical and computer engineering and the director of the Advanced Microscopy and Imaging Laboratories at UB. (eurekalert.org)
  • an optical disk on which computer data are encoded or on which sound is recorded in a digital format. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Dry bulk handling is en route to becoming a precision science with a level of control previously undreamt of, thanks to 20 years of research and development into digital non-contact torque monitoring. (environmental-expert.com)
  • Stereo compact disk players, playstations, digital cameras and cellular phones have spread everywhere. (vatican.va)
  • Kodak Optical Storage Products designs, develops, manufactures, and markets a complete line of 14-inch and compact disk optical storage products. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • A colored optical disk and method for making the same are disclosed herein. (google.com.au)
  • In one embodiment, the optical disk comprises: a first fully reflective data layer, a first separating layer disposed on a top side of the first fully reflective data layer, a first semi-reflective data layer disposed on a side. (google.com.au)
  • 4 . The optical disk of claim 1 , further comprising an additional layer selected from the group consisting of a protective layer, a ultra-violet inhibitor layer, a moisture barrier layer, a ductility layer, and combination of at least one of the forgoing. (google.com.au)
  • 6 . The optical disk of claim 1 , further comprising a reading wavelength of about 400 nanometers to about 675 nanometers. (google.com.au)
  • 12 . The optical disk of claim 9 , further comprising a color loading of about 0.00001 wt % to about 0.5 wt % based upon the total weight of the layer comprising the colorant. (google.com.au)
  • An optical disc, especially a compact disc. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The new materials and technology -- the combination of which allows for extremely compact data storage and easy read/write access -- were described for the first time today (Aug. 27) at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society. (eurekalert.org)
  • At this point cpu utilization is usually very low, as Hard disk read/write times are slowed down by the physical movement of a read/write head. (answers.com)
  • said sectors and software being provided in said disk for being read by the same laser disk reader. (google.ca)
  • 2003). In the classical picture, late-type spiral galaxies are active star-forming structures with flattened, gas rich, rotationally supported exponential disks, while early-type galaxies are more luminous, massive and quiescent systems, supported by stellar velocity dispersion and have smooth elliptical isophotes with a so-called "de Vaucouleurs" (or similar) light profile. (slideshare.net)
  • UDF (Universal Disk Format) support made CD-RW disk drives usage very convenient and favourable for archiving, data storage and carry large data volume from one computer on another. (ixbtlabs.com)
  • It is presented in compact disk (CD) format. (epa.gov)
  • Direct seed (recommended): Fill a 6' container with soil, put the disk on top of the soil, and cover with approximately 1/4' layer of soil or vermiculite. (johnnyseeds.com)
  • 1. To work (soil) with a disk harrow. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • 10. to cultivate (soil) with a disk harrow. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • We developed a method to identify biological interactions using traditional compact disk technology," explains La Clair, who provided the patent rights to the method to UCSD. (innovations-report.com)
  • Made of extremely inexpensive plastic blended with new dyes designed at UB, the materials store thousands of times more data than conventional compact disks (CDs). (eurekalert.org)
  • The units are made from grooved aluminium plates for compact disks and grooved plastic for cassettes. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • There were generic white longboxes with windows that would display the compact disc cover, as well as clear plastic versions that were an inexpensive substitute for a printed longbox. (wikipedia.org)
  • In computer science, there is a memory leak, and all the available memory has been reserved, and part of the hard drive is used as virtual memory, and the computer is exchanging data between memory and disk as fast as it can. (answers.com)
  • When American computer scientists developed flat storage devices back in the 1940s, they chose the common American spelling disk, and this is why we have hard disks installed on our computers. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Similar flavor, appearance, and leaf size as Genovese in a more compact plant. (johnnyseeds.com)
  • Most longboxes were full color, with details about the compact disc on the back, and artwork that was frequently taken from the original square album cover art, reworked for the new shape and size. (wikipedia.org)
  • His baby-blue eyes were the size of compact disks. (latimes.com)
  • It is simple to make a system disk of any larger size and density by just copying the system files to the new (usually larger) disk. (atariage.com)
  • or- * Acquire more hard disk space, either by adding a larger disk drive or by using a disk compression utility. (answers.com)
  • memory cache is on memory RAM, disk Cache is on the hard drive. (answers.com)
  • Such drive was usually put together with the available disk drive on CD because CD-RW didn't suit the role of the standard CD-ROM. (ixbtlabs.com)
  • While current compact disks store information only on their surfaces, "these new materials could revolutionize data storage because they allow data to be stored in the depth of a disk," said Paras N. Prasad, Ph.D., professor of chemistry, director of the UB Photonics Research Laboratory and principal investigator. (eurekalert.org)
  • NOTE: When troubleshooting these problems, ensure that there are no other programs active and that there is a minimum of 20 megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space. (answers.com)
  • Is hard disk random access memory or sequantial access memory? (answers.com)
  • What is the difference between hard disk and memory? (answers.com)
  • A hard disk has moving parts ( the disk) on which data is stored. (answers.com)
  • How much memory does a hard disk hold? (answers.com)
  • There is no limit to how much memory a hard disk can hold. (answers.com)
  • You can buy a hard disk that holds 16 GB for example. (answers.com)
  • There are different type of cache memory: processor cache memory, cache memory ram,1 cache memory l2, cache memory, CPU cache memory, disk cache memory, hard disk cache, cache memory motherboard. (answers.com)
  • How is RAM and hard disk alike? (answers.com)
  • Why hard disk is called secondary memory? (answers.com)
  • A feature found on many browsers that stores a copy of visited Web pages on the user's hard disk. (angelfire.com)
  • hard disk. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Thus the record of the standard 650 MBytes disk will make only 4 minutes 38 seconds. (ixbtlabs.com)
  • There is no danger of corrupting a disk by saving Forth blocks---they are only stored to the current blocks file. (atariage.com)
  • A memory disk, if I understand you correctly, is a small device that looks like a credit card. (answers.com)
  • Chemists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a novel method of detecting molecules with a conventional compact disk player that provides scientists with an inexpensive way to screen for molecular interactions and a potentially cheaper alternative to medical diagnostic tests. (innovations-report.com)
  • The method is based on microfluidics and takes advantage of compact disks (CDs) in which the centrifugal force moves fluids through microstructures containing immobilized metal affinity chromatography columns. (nih.gov)
  • The use of the Compact Disk Hologram units is typical of the usage. (ietf.org)
  • One 4' round disk fills out our 6' nursery pot (sold separately) perfectly. (johnnyseeds.com)
  • MGK20 CNC grinder is an internal grinder which is specially manufactured to produce micro and mini disk parts and other small parts. (environmental-expert.com)
  • 4. A round, flattened structure in a plant or animal, such as an intervertebral disk. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • If there is filespace on the system disk, you can save other useful programs there, such as CorComp's Disk Manager, without fear of corrupting the system disk. (atariage.com)
  • 5. Botany The central area bearing numerous disk flowers in the flower head of a composite plant such as a daisy. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Yes San Disk Memory reader will work absolutely flawlessly with the San Disk Memory sticks. (answers.com)