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… requires the identification of gene targets. Here, we show that miR- 122 a can modulate cyclin G 1 expression in HCC-derived cell lines and an inverse correlation between miR- 122 a and cyclin G 1 expression exists in primary liver…

We investigate the ways in which a linear order on a finite set A can be consistently extended to a linear order on a set Pk(A) of multisets on A of fixed cardinality k. We show that for card(A) = 3 all linear orders on Pk(A) are additive…

… random variables and A be the table corresponding to the product of those random variables. If A is Delta-independent table then A can be written as the entrywise sum B+C where B is a completely independent table and C is identically 0 in its…

… selectivity greatly depend on the chiral vector (i. e., pore diameter) of the nanotubes. The bundle formed by [5, 4] SWNTs (nanotube diameter of 6. 2 A) can be regarded as a threshold value. Below that value the densification of hydrogen or…

We introduce the moonlighting game. Player A can take money from or pass money to player B, who can either return money or punish player A. Thus our game allows to study both positively and negatively reciprocal behaviour. One-shot…

We introduce the moonlighting game. Player A can take money from or pass money to player B, who can either return money or punish player A. One-shot experiments were performed on this game. Treatments were conducted with and without making…

We introduce colorings and orientations of matrices as generalizations of the graph theoretic terms. The permanent per(A[ζ|ξ]) of certain copies A[ζ|ξ] of a matrix A can be expressed as a weighted sum over the orientations or the colorings…

T using an M Θ N mixing matrix A, so that x = As. For the case N = K = M, Bell and Sejnowski [Bell and Sejnowski, 1995] showed that a square N Θ N unmixing matrix W (which is essentially the inverse of A) can be found by maximising the…

… present results reinforce the conjecture that the microscopic dynamics of nonextensive systems typically build (for instance, in Gibbs Γ-space for Hamiltonian systems) a scale-free network. Comment: 5 pages including 5 figures (the original colored figures 1 and 5 a can be asked directly to the authors…

… […] ., bm) if n ≤ m and ai = bi, for i = 0, […] ., n. The sequences in A can be organized in a rooted labelled tree T which reflects the prefix order relation. The root of the tree T is labelled by 0. Every vertex that is at distance n…

… the truncation of H. The 2 -category A can be viewed as a graphical calculus describing the functors of i-induction and i-restriction for symmetric groups, together with the natural transformations between their compositions. The resulting…

… of the structure of the matrix A, can access each column of A independently and at most twice, and parallelizes naturally. Thus, the algorithm provides an efficient, reliable means for computing several of the greatest singular values and corresponding singular vectors of A. The results are illustrated via several numerical examples…

… particular, we emphasize potentially stringent constraints on the EOS parameter space associated with two measured properties of a single star; and we find that a measurement of the moment of inertia of PSR J 0737 – 3039 A can strongly constrain the…

… § 0. INTRODUCTION. Let A be a commutative monoid. Then A can be equipped with a preordering, defined by x ≤ y ⇔ (∃z) (x + z = y). The corresponding structure (A,+, 0,≤) is an example of what we call a positively ordered monoid. By…

A can be computed in polynomial in n time (the degree of the polynomial is linear in the dimension of A). Then, for every associative algebra A endowed with a scalar product and unbiased probability measure, we construct a randomized…

… where the instability arises from intervalley carrier transfer, the domains travel from source to drain and give rise to current oscillations. However, in short ballistic diodes the source-drain distance Ä can be much smaller than in a Gunn…

… satisfies a lexmax criterion that reflects the Rawlsian difference principle. We show that a utilitarian solution (a) can distribute resources equally only when all individuals have the same marginal productivity. Equality is possible under (b)…

We analyze two ordinary differential equation (ODE) models for atherosclerosis. The ODE models de-scribe long time evolution of plaques in arteries. We show how the dynamics of the first atherosclerosis model (model A) can be understood…

We analyse the highly excited states in QCD_ 2 (N_c→∞) with adjoint matter by using such general methods as dispersion relations, duality and unitarity. We find the Hagedorn-like spectrum ρ(m) ∼ m^-a(β_H m) where parameters β_H and a can be…

… which a light a can make a significant contribution to the discrepancy, Δ a_μ, between the experimentally observed a_μ and that predicted by the standard model. In a “model-independent” framework and in the context of a general…

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