OCRL

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OCRL

A gene on chromosome Xq25 that encodes phosphatidylinositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase, an enzyme involved in actin polymerisation and possibly also in lysosomal membrane trafficking.

Molecular pathology
OCRL mutations cause oculocerebrorenal syndrome of Lowe and Dent disease.
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By using the optical power determined from the LOCR measurements, the spectral responsivity of the traps is calculated at that specific wavelength [7].
While the methods of measuring optical power are similar for both LOCR and HACR, there is a critical difference in the procedures used to align the trap detectors.
Also, the potential difference in the laser's incident angle in the HACR and LOCR calibrations resulted in a slightly different measured spatial uniformity for the traps.
These uncertainties do not reflect any effects of trap detector spatial nonuniformities or incident angle, but only the uncertainties in calibrating a trap detector from HACR or LOCR (Tables 2 and 3).
The traps were aligned as in the LOCR measurements, with the incoming beam at near normal incidence to the entrance aperture, and the center of the beam aligned to the nominal center of the aperture.
The comparison of LOCR and HACR, the two independently developed cryogenic radiometers at NIST, showed agreement within their measurement uncertainties, although the difference of 0.