SMARCB1

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SMARCB1

A gene on chromosome 22q11.23 that encodes a core component of the ATP-dependent chromatin-remodelling BAF (hSWI/SNF) complex, which plays key roles in cell proliferation and differentiation and has antiviral and anti-tumour activity.

Molecular pathology
Defects in SMARCB1 rhabdoid tumour predisposition syndrome type 1, schwannomatosis and mental retardation, autosomal dominant type 1.
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where SNR1 is the maximum value of the initial SNR corresponding to the template size temp1 and max {***} represents the maximum value of the components in the braces.
SNR2 = max {[SNR.sub.(temp1-b/2)], SNR1, [SNR.sub.(temp1+b/2)]}, (6)
(vi) Use the following SNR1 and SNR2 to measure noises E and N, respectively:
SNR1 = 10 [log.sub.10]([[sigma].sup.2]/[[sigma].sup.2.sub.N]).
The results show that RMSE decreases as SNR1 increases.
Key Words: accumulator, FPGA, matched filter, noise, precision, PSD, SNR1. INTRODUCTIONPhase-Sensitive detection (PSD) is a technique used ininstrumentation and measurement systems, to extract the characteristic(s) of a signal buried in noise [1].
If the observation RINEX files include carrier phase data L1 and L2, as well as SNR data for L1 and L2 frequencies (denoted here as SNR1 and SNR2) it will be possible to estimate h independently from three independent observables.
(3) for evaluation of effective antenna height h from frequency [[omega].sub.s] of multipath induced periodic variations the original time argument t of the series SNR1, SNR2 and L4 in RINEX files is transformed to new argument s--the independent variable s = sin [theta] for each analyzed satellite.
The residual [delta]SNR1 and [delta]SNR2 series from SNR1 and SNR2 (transformed to linear scale as [SNR1.sub.lin] and [SNR2.sub.lin]) are formed and analysed separately.
Examples of observation series of SNR1, SNR2 (transformed to linear scale) and L4 for rising satellite (elevation angle [theta] from 5[degrees] to 30[degrees]) for two successive days are shown in Figure 3.
The GPS data for every day are evaluated as mean values and their standard errors from combination of [h.sub.SNOW] obtained from SNR1, SNR2 and L4 analyses.
The estimated effective antenna heights [h.sub.S1], [h.sub.S2] and [h.sub.L4] representing the outputs of spectral analyses of series SNR1, SNR2 and L4 at the GPS site LIE1 are plotted in Figure 10.