Results Two out of 500 samples were different from others, sequence analysis confirmed that the 2 samples had the 1086 G>A mutation in exon 9 and 67 C>A mutation of intron 7, the point mutation in exon 9 was synonymous.
Conclusion:The more distant from the puncture point to the central line of human body. The smaller of the puncture angle,it is in direct proportion to the following factors:(1)The working cannula is at the back 1/3 of disc;
MSCTP can display the anatomy and variation of the target vessel accurately, especially the relationship between the target vessel and adjacent tissue from multiple point of view, which is of great clinical value.
Analysis of the velocity profile by TDI method showed the velocity at each measured point correlated well with the velocity obtained from the video images [Anterior wall:r= 0.97 ,s x = 0.30 mm, mean difference±s=-( 0.04 ± 0.28 )mm;Posterior wall:r= 0.97 ,s x = 0.30 mm, mean difference±s=( 0.04 ± 0.28 )mm ].
From the point of view of information theory, the paper proposed that effectiveness of clinical thinking is mainly influenced by such factors:the duration of information revealing, speed of information change, level of its relevance and freshness, and absence of certain information.
This paper is devoted to a systematic study of quantum completely integrable systems (i.e., complete systems of commuting differential operators) from the point of view of algebraic geometry.
A characterization of the complexity of a homogeneous space of a reductive groupG is given in terms of the mutual position of the tangent Lie algebra of the stabilizer of a generic point of and the (-1)-eigenspace of a Weyl involution of.
The symmetric varieties considered in this paper are the quotientsG/H, whereG is an adjoint semi-simple group over a fieldk of characteristic ≠ 2, andH is the fixed point group of an involutorial automorphism ofG which is defined overk.
LetMm be a closed smooth manifold with an involution having fixed set of the form (point)?Fn, 0>amp;lt;n>amp;lt;m.
This map corresponds geometrically to restriction to the fixed point set of an action of a one-dimensional torus on the flag variety of a semisimple group G.