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(SCIRP: http://www.scirp.org) is an academic publisher of open access journals. It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. SCIRP currently has more than 200 open access journals in the areas of science, technology and medicine. Readers can download papers for free and enjoy reuse rights based on a Creative Commons license. Authors hold copyright with no restrictions. SCIRP calculates different metrics on article and journal level. Citations of published papers are shown based on Google Scholar and CrossRef. Most of our journals have been indexed by several world class databases. All papers are archived by PORTICO to guarantee their availability for centuries to come.

STAT1 and STAT2 Null Cells Are Resistant to RNA-Induced Apoptosis Due to Deficiency in Constitutive and Inducible Apoptosis-Regulating Genes

Authors: Farag Bleiblo, Paul Michael, Chilakamarti V. Ramana, T. C. Tai, Joseph E. Parrillo, Anand Kumar, Aseem Kumar ABSTRACT Although much progress has been made in identifying the signaling pathways that mediate viral RNA-induced apoptosis and activation of interferon-stimulated genes, … Continue reading

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Simulation and Experimental Analysis of Vortex Tube Using Steel Material

Authors: Muhammad Bilal, Yaolong Chen, Jun Zha, Naveed Ullah ABSTRACT Experimental and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) are investigated through the vortex tube system. The benefit of vortex tube is a counter flow type tube, which has further designed and fabricated … Continue reading

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Ab-Initio Self-Consistent Density Functional Theory Description of Rock-Salt Magnesium Selenide (MgSe)

Authors: Blaise Awola Ayirizia, Yuriy Malozovsky, Lashounda Franklin, Uttam Bhandari, Diola Bagayoko ABSTRACT We report results on electronic, transport, and bulk properties of rock-salt magnesium selenide (MgSe), from density functional theory (DFT) calculations. We utilized a local density approximation (LDA) … Continue reading

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