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Focal facial dermal dysplasias type III: Two families with Setleis syndrome in China

Focal facial dermal dysplasias type III, also known as Setleis syndrome, is a form of focal facial dermal dysplasia, characterized by bitmporal atrophic skin lesion. As the pathogenic mechanism, homozygous mutations in the TWIST2 gene and copy number variants at chromosome 1p36. 22 p36. 21 have been identified as the pathogenic mechanism. TWSIT2 has no mutations found in this research. In this research, we obtained DNA samples from a large Chinese family affected by FFDD and found no mutations of TWSIT2. There were no candidate gene mutations in the second family with SS. Our research reduced the amount of CNV resulting in SS and honed on eight genes.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1346-8138.16488


Point focusing wireless communication: A diffraction limit communication paradigm

For intra-u2010spacecraft wireless transmission, a wireless communication platform focusing on wireless connectivity is suggested. The point between PFFs is half a wavelength, essentially, a distance at the Rayleigh diffraction limit, which can raise spectrum utilization efficiency in a bounded geographic area.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/mmce.23282


The ILAE consensus classification of focal cortical dysplasia: An update proposed by an ad hoc task force of the ILAE diagnostic methods commission

The FCD classification of 2011 was reviewed by the An International League Against Epilepsy Task Force to detect existing holes and provide a timely update. With 367 respondents responding, an online poll surveyed the ILAE community about the new use of the FCD classification scheme. The TF carried out an iterative clinico–u2010pathological and genetic agreement study to objectively determine the diagnostic gap in blood/brain samples from 22 patients with FCD and epilepsy surgery. In mild cortical hyperplasia, the literature reported new molecular characterizations involving the mechanistic Target Of Rapamycin pathway in FCD type II and SLC35A2 in mild malformations of cortical development with oligodendroglial hyperplasia. However, little new data was obtained on the clinical, histopathological, or genetic characteristics of FCD type I and FCD type III. As new categories in the revised FCD classification, the TF intends to include mMCDs, MOGHE, and u201cno definite FCD on histopathologyu201d.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/epi.17301


Stress Map of Japan: Detailed Nationwide Crustal Stress Field Inferred From Focal Mechanism Solutions of Numerous Microearthquakes

We therefore investigated the crustal stress orientations in Japan from small earthquake focal mechanism solutions. Using the Pu2010wave firstu2010motion polarities selected by a deep learning framework, we obtained about 220,000 focal mechanisms at first. Next, we carried out a linearized inversion on the national stress orientation map at a grid of 0. 2-u2010degree intervals. Overall, the findings reveal that Japanese islands are under east-u2013west compressional strain, while some areas along the Pacific coast of northeast Japan are under east-u2013 west extensional stress. Stress anomalies around Cape Shionomisaki in the Kii peninsula were also revealed by our stress model, which also revealed the presence of stress anomalies. Most of the active faults have a nearly correct orientation for the derived stress orientation and stress ratio, with few exceptions in the fault geometry, particularly the dip angle, significantly influence this analysis. The stress map helps us get the overall picture of the crustal stress in Japan and helps identify the local stress distribution.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2022JB024036

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