XPD


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XPD

ISO 4217 code for palladium, a metal used in jewelry, electronics, and other products. It may be traded as a commodity or on the futures and option markets.
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Polymorphisms in the DNA repair genes XPD, XRCC1, XRCC3, and APE/ref-1, and the risk of lung cancer among male smokers in Finland.
Implications of XRCC1, XPD and APE1 gene polymorphism in North Indian population: a comparative approach in different ethnic groups worldwide.
The presence of the XPD mutant allele is associated with a seven-fold increase in risk (OR=7.
Similarly, for the Asp312Asn polymorphism in XPD, genotypes containing the variant allele were less frequent in both case groups, and this was of borderline significance (BCC: OR = 0.
The dependence of output signal correlation on path correlation is essentially linear; the output correlation is always greater by an amount that depends on the XPD of the receiving antenna and the initial path correlation.
Polarization division multiple access (PDMA) using dual-polarized antennas in high XPD could increase data rate by almost double via vertically and horizontally polarized channels.
Prospective assessment of XPD Lys751Gln and XRCC1 Arg399Gln single nucleotide polymorphisms in lung cancer.
Cross-polarization discrimination, XPD is used to evaluate the polarization state of each antenna element, which relates to polarization diversity [45].
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39, respectively); XPD 312Asn and XPD 751Gln were associated with significant increases in chromatid breaks compared with wild types (16.
On the other hand, the XPD is defined as the ratio between the power received in the orthogonal, or cross-polar, port to the power received at the co-polar port when the antenna is excited with a wave polarized as in the co-polar antenna element.