DUSP3

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DUSP3

A gene on chromosome 17q21 that encodes dual-specificity phosphatase 3, a protein which dephosphorylates and inactivates ERK1/MAPK3 and ERK2/MAPK1.
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Stasolla, "Robust Extraction of Urban Area Extents in HR and VHR SAR Images," IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, vol.
Bruzzone (2010), "Earthquake Damage Assessment of Buildings Using VHR Optical and SAR Imagery," Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions, 48, 2403-2420.
(61) Initially, the UN entity that activated the Charter instructed Charter members not to use acquired VHR data for fear of stirring up diplomatic tensions.
In this work shadow detection and removal process is performed on stereo VHR remote sensing images as a pre-processing stage.
La estimulacion de los TLR2/4/7 no afecto la produccion de VHR. En contraste, la pre-estimulacion de TLR3 con poli I:C limito la infeccion por VHR a traves de la induccion de IFN-[beta] en los macrofagos.
Using Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite imagery, alongside image processing software, they were able to automatically detect and count whales breeding in part of the Golfo Nuevo, Peninsula Valdes in Argentina.
Yuksel, "Automated detection of arbitrarily shaped buildings in complex environments from monocular VHR optical satellite imagery," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.
[14]: 30 V for 13 hours, 500 V for one hour, 1000 V for one hour, 8000 V gradually for 1:30 hours, 8000 V for 24000 Vhr, and500 V for ten hours.
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However, thus far, spatial information is used in common practice, only in high resolution (HR) or very high resolution (VHR) images, although it is gaining popularity in image segmentation and change detection [14-16].
In addition to VHR, many satellites now offer multispectral sensors with the ability to detect light in wavelength bands beyond the range of regular red-green-blue human vision.
Victorian Heritage Register, no date Former Newmarket Saleyards and Abattoirs VHR No.