Gaming systems are used for fun and entertainment, but the secrets they hide may put you and your family in danger. With the use of online gaming systems like Xbox, PS3 and Wii, the public needs to be aware of the dangers of sharing and storing information that may result in the infiltration of their privacy, or worse.
As part of a structural reorganization, the National Center for the Protection of the Financial Infrastructure (known on campus as the 2010 Center), is being moved under Dakota State University's College of Business and Information Systems.
The pharmaceutical industry relies on innovation. However, many innovative firms are cutting their research and development investments and seeing their new product pipelines dry up, due in part to a lack of sufficient patent protection. This Note identifies two major factors that have caused this inadequacy in patent protection.
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The genetic code underlying protein synthesis is a canonical example of a degenerate biological system. Degeneracies in physical and biological systems can be lifted by external perturbations, thus allowing degenerate systems to exhibit a wide range of behaviors. Here we show that the degeneracy of the genetic code is lifted...
Using riboprobe in situ hybridization, we studied the localization of the transcripts for the neuropeptide galanin and its receptors (GalR1–R3), tryptophan hydroxylase 2, tyrosine hydroxylase, and nitric oxide synthase as well as the three vesicular glutamate transporters (VGLUT 1–3) in the locus coeruleus (LC) and the dorsal raphe nucleus (DRN)...
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Two close decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court last week could shake up how plea bargains work and secure more rights for defendants, said University of Virginia law professor Darryl Brown.