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DDR1

A gene on chromosome 6p21.3 that encodes a receptor tyrosine kinase belonging to the subfamily homologous to Dictyostelium discoideum protein discoidin (Discoidin Domain-containing Receptor); it is expressed only in epithelial cells (kidney, lung, GI tract, brain) and involved in cell–cell interactions and recognition.

Molecular pathology
DDR1 is overexpressed in various tumours.

DDR

Abbrev. for Diploma in Diagnostic Radiology.
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Samsung is the industry's DDR SDRAM technology leader.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), announced today that it has begun mass production of the DRAM industry's first 1-Gigabit and 512-Megabit DDR2 SDRAMs using 70-nanometer process technology.
According to Farhad Tabrizi, vice president of strategic marketing in the DRAM Business Unit of Hyundai's US-based MicroElectronics subsidiary, "DDR SDRAM has quickly become the low-cost, high- performance memory of choice.
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The eSilicon PHY provides a seamless interface to the Northwest Logic DDR2 SDRAM controller, one of the industry's smallest SDRAM solutions.
Unlike other data recorders that are principally based on hard disk drive (HDD), flash, or tape technology, Micro Memory's Anvil utilizes SDRAM memory not just to maximize performance, but to ensure consistent, predictable performance.
Now, the first available volume production combines Samsung's S3C2442 mobile application processor with a memory MCP consisting of 32MB of mobile SDRAM and 64MB of NAND Flash.
Samsung is honored to receive the 2005 INSIGHT Award for Most Innovative DRAM from Semiconductor Insights for our Rev 'C' DDR2 SDRAM in 90nm process technology.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced that it has completed the development of a 2 Gigabit DDR2 SDRAM device, the first to use its 80 nm process technology.
8 Volt, 256 Megabit SDRAM device suitable for use in battery-operated products such as digital still cameras, digital video cameras and other handheld applications that require lower power operation as well as higher density.