Trp181Ter (p.181W>X), in the third LIM domain, affecting isoforms FHL1A and B [Figure 1], resulting in a truncated protein which was degraded.[sup] Studies with transgenic mice showed that FHL1A, localized in the cytoplasm, is an important component of the stress-sensor complex at the sarcomeric I-band
(i) During creation of connections between clusters, we maintain the property that if two nodes a and b are used to connect clusters [c.sub.a] and [c.sub.b], then no other connections exist between these clusters within i-band
range of a and b.
Title: Proposing an "i-band
Wide-field Camera" for the SAAO 0.75-m Telescope
Germany's Atlas Elektronik, a joint ThyssenKrupp and Eads subsidiary since 2006, has enjoyed success with its 9600 Arpa I-band
navigation radar, which equips the Royal Australian Navy's Anzac class and the German Navy's Sachsen class frigates.
For "Isothermal Bioagent Autonomous Networked Detectors (I-BAND
)," NGS and Electronic Systems subcontracted with Accelrys, MicroET, MicroFluidic Systems (MFSI), Ribomed Biotechnologies and Ionian Technologies to develop BANDs.
Additionally, an I-band
search radar is used for monitoring the surface.
Operating in the I-band
(8 to 10 GHz), APS-717 is described as being suitable for both fixed- and rotary-wing applications, and as offering search and rescue, surveillance, navigation and target designation capabilities.
In 1998 a team led by codiscoverer Igor Karachentsev (Special Astrophysical Observatory, Russia) obtained far-red (I-band
) images with the 2.56-meter Nordic Optical Telescope on the island of La Palma.
All ships of the class are designed to carry the "Top Plate" D- to E-band air-/surface-search radar and the "Palm Frond" I-band
Spread over a 53 month period, the effort involves the upgrading of the E/F-band (2.7 to 2.9 or 2.9 to 3.1 GHz sub-bands) S820 surveillance and I-band
(8 to 10 GHz) ST802 monopulse tracking radars installed aboard four Ramadan class vessels.