Volume 8 Issue 1 - March 20, 2009
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU Mar. 20 ~ Mar. 26, 2009

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Ribosomal phosphoprotein P0 interacts with GCIP and overexpression of P0 is associated with cellular proliferation in breast and liver carcinoma cells
Ming-Chung Chang

Ribosomal phosphoprotein P0, together with heterodimers of the two other acidic phosphoproteins, P1 and P2, forms the pentamer which is located in the active part of the ribosome particle. Within the active part of the ribosome, mRNAs, tRNAs and translation factors interact with each other during protein synthesis(Wool et al., 1991). Besides being involved in protein synthesis, the human ...

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Surfactant-Based Extraction and Preconcentration Technique
Bing-Hung Chen

Successful separation and purification methods have been pivotal in chemical industry and even many aspects in our daily life. The separation of chemical mixtures into their constituents has been practiced, as an art, for millennia. For example, since early civilization, human beings have developed methods to extract metals from ores, perfume from flowers, dyes from plants, active pharmaceutical ...

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EGF increases the interaction between nucleolin and heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein K/poly(C) binding protein 1 complex to regulate the gastrin mRNA turnover
Joseph T. Tseng

Gene expression was regulated by sequential control mechanisms in eukaryotic cells (Figure 1). The first step is producing the mRNA via transcriptional regulation and mRNA processing control mechanism in nucleus. And them the mRNA is exported to the cytoplasm or specific location to synthesize protein. Finally, the protein translation regulation and mRNA degradation mechanisms determine the fate ...

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High Responsivity of GaN p-i-n Photodiode by Using Low-Temperature Interlayer
Yan-Kuin Su

Abstract
Gallium nitride p-i-n ultraviolet photodiodes with low-temperature GaN interlayer have been fabricated. It was found that the dark current of photodiode with LT-GaN interlayer is as small as 143pA at 5-V reverse bias. It was also found that the responsivity of the photodiode with LT-GaN interlayer can be enhanced at a small electric field (~0.4 ...


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An investigation of user communication behavior in computer mediated environments
Hsin Hsin Chang

The pervasive use of the WWW led to the creation of Computer Mediated Environments (CMEs), which are defined as distributed computer networks used to access and provide hypermedia content. On the Internet, consumers no longer interact with salespeople or have a direct physical experience of a store and its products. Instead, their experience is mediated through the web, using a graphical display ...

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