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Innate Immune Evasion Mediated by Flaviviridae Non-Structural Proteins

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Flaviviridae-caused diseases are a critical, emerging public health problem worldwide. Flaviviridae infections usually cause severe, acute or chronic diseases, such as liver damage and liver cancer resulting from a hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection Continue reading

Engineering Influenza A/WSN/33 for In vivo Bioluminescent Imaging

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Influenza A virus is a major causative agent of respiratory diseases in humans. It causes significant morbidity, mortality and economic losses each year worldwide with about 3-5 million clinical infections per annum. Its ability to mutate rapidly leads to seasonal Continue reading

Energy Efficient Strategy for Throughput Improvement in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Network lifetime and throughput are one of the prime concerns while designing routing protocols for wireless sensor networks (WSNs). However, most of the existing schemes are either geared towards prolonging network lifetime or improving Continue reading

Multi-Channel Distributed Coordinated Function over Single Radio in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Multi-channel assignments are becoming the solution of choice to improve performance in single radio for wireless networks. Multi-channel allows wireless networks to assign different channels to different nodes in real-time transmission. In this paper, we propose Continue reading

Optimal Energy-Delay Routing Protocol with Trust Levels for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

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This paper presents the Trust Level Routing (TLR) protocol, an extension of the optimized energy-delay routing (OEDR) protocol, focusing on the integrity, reliability and survivability of the wireless network. TLR is similar to OEDR in that they both are link state Continue reading

A New Framework For Qos Provisioning In Wireless Lans Using The P-persistent Mac Protocol

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The support of multimedia traffic over IEEE 802.11 wireless local area networks (WLANs) has recently received considerable attention. This dissertation has proposed a new framework that provides efficient channel access, service differentiation Continue reading

Enabling Rich Applications and Reliable Data Collection in Embedded Wireless Networks with Low-Footprint Devices

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Following the remarkable developments in computing and wireless communication technologies, there has been a rapid proliferation of mobile and embedded computing systems and applications that are becoming ubiquitous in all aspects of modern life, including the enterprise world, the entertainment world as well as in common Continue reading

HMC-MAC Protocol for High Data Rate Wireless Sensor Networks

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Using multiple channels in wireless sensor networks helps increase the overall throughput and avoid interferences. In addition, introducing multi-interface nodes further helps in increasing the packet delivery rate for those specific nodes. In this paper, we evaluate Continue reading