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We investigate the asymptotic behavior of the solution to equations of the p-Laplacian type in cylindrical domains becoming unbounded and address some issues regarding the solution in unbounded domains.
random processes ; sampling errors ; maximum likelihood ; estimator
We describe the isolation and characterization of a functional murine platelet/endothelial cell adhesion molecule (PECAM) 1 cDNA clone from a mouse lung library. At the nucleotide level, the coding sequence of murine PECAM-1 is 73% identical to human PECAM-1, and at the amino acid level, the sequence is 79% homologous to its human counterpart. Southern hybridization reveals that one copy of the gene exists in the mouse genome; Northern hybridization reveals a single mRNA species in mouse lung tissue. COS-7 and mouse L cells transfected with murine PECAM-1 expressed a 130-kDa glycoprotein on their surfaces that reacted with anti-murine PECAM-1 monoclonal antibody and comigrated on SDS/PAGE with human PECAM-1. Stable L-cell transfectants aggregate with each other in a PECAM-dependent, homophilic manner.
A method to fabricate strained Si films is reported via the oxidation of a thin Si film on a porous Si substrate. The Si film can be put under tensile stress in a controllable fashion through the expansion of the porous Si upon low temperature oxidation. The thin Si layer on porous Si substrate can be fabricated using a self-limiting anodization of epitaxially grown intrinsic Si on a heavily doped p-type Si substrate. Tensile strain of up to similar to 1% is observed in 100 nm thick Si films, making it suitable for the various device applications based on strained Si. (c) 2006 American Institute of Physics.
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