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Inactivation of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p16 gene by methylation is considered an important step in the development of several human malignancies, including nasopharyngeal carcinoma. The purpose of this study was to evaluate p16 expression in primary nasopharyngeal carcinoma, and to determine the relationship between p16 gene methylation and p16 protein expression. Twenty-nine primary nasopharyngeal carcinomas, including 17 carcinomas from Southern Chinese patients and 12 carcinomas from Northern Chinese patients, were studied. Ten of these patients also had concurrent pharyngeal carcinomas. Methylation of p16 DNA, measured using the methylation-sensitive restriction enzyme HpaII, was detected in three of the 29 primary nasopharyngeal carcinomas (10%). Immunohistochemical staining for p16 protein showed that all 17 HpaII-sensitive carcinomas were negative for p16 protein expression, whereas staining for this protein was found in the three HpaII-resistant carcinomas. The HpaII-resistant carcinomas were located in the basal region of the normal epithelium of the nasopharynx, which is morphologically similar to nasopharyngeal carcinoma. p16 protein expression was not found in any of the concurrent pharyngeal carcinomas. The findings demonstrate reduced p16 protein expression in nasopharyngeal carcinoma, which may contribute to its development, and raise the possibility that HpaII-sensitive p16 promoter methylation may be of value in identifying nasopharyngeal carcinoma.Q:
What is the difference between ColorModelColor and ColorModelRGB?
I’m using JColorChooser to select a ColorModel for my Swing application. I’m wondering if there’s a difference between choosing a ColorModelColor and a ColorModelRGB or should I just choose ColorModelRGB.
I know that on iPhone, a ColorModelRGB would give me the ability to mix a color with black to create the transparency for a view, for example.
A Quick Look at this Wikipedia page says:
Color model refers to how the color data of images is represented.
Common models are:
CMYK – One of the most commonly used color model, especially in printing
RGB – Red, Green,
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The story begins in 1988, when Lewis Keckler, the owner of a technology business in New Jersey, bought an office building and a half-acre lot on land he dubbed “Revolutionary Golf” in Big Spring. The first thing he did was pave a road leading to the lot, which he immediately leased to investors from Dallas and Connecticut, none of whom had played golf before.
An experienced real estate agent named Keith Morser negotiated the lease on behalf of the investors. He told the Big Spring Herald newspaper that the office building was “probably the biggest real estate deal that’s ever been seen in Big Spring.” Morser arranged for the purchase of a heavy hauler to cart out dirt from the course to the property. He added that the “land itself was essentially nothing.” Keckler and the investors spent $480,000 developing the course over two years.
Keckler had a complex goal in mind. Not only did he want to create a golf course, but he wanted to attract moneyed Texas businessmen. He believed the only way to do this was to create a public