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Mar-2015An Improved XFEM with Multiple High Order Enrichment Functions and Low Order Meshing Elements for Field Analysis of Electromagnetic Devices with Multiple Nearby Geometrical InterfacesDuan, N; Xu, W; Wang, S; Zhu, J; Guo, Y
Jan-2015An Improved XFEM With Multiple High-Order Enrichment Functions and Low-Order Meshing Elements for Field Analysis of Electromagnetic Devices With Multiple Nearby Geometrical InterfacesDuan, N; Xu, W; Wang, S; Zhu, J; Guo, Y; Marechal, Y
2006Rigid-plastic/rigid-viscoplastic FE simulation using linear programming for metal formingDi, S; Xu, W; Thomson, P
2011Multi-Fidelity Optimization For Sheet Metal Forming ProcessSun, GC; Li, G; Zhou, S; Xu, W; Yang, X; Li, Q
Jan-1997Evolution Of A Homopurine-Homopyrimidine Pentanucleotide Repeat Sequence Upstream Of The Human Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase GeneXu, W; Liu, L; Emson, P; Harrington, C; Charles, IG
Jan-2006The Affinity of a Major Ca2+ Binding Site on GRP78 Is Differentially Enhanced by ADP and ATPLamb, HK; Mee, C; Xu, W; Liu, L; Blond, S; Cooper, A; Charles, IG; Hawkins, AR
Jan-1998Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase Polymorphism And Fatal Cerebral MalariaBurgner, D; Xu, W; Rockett, K; Gravenor, ME; Charles, IG; Hill, AL; Kwiatkowski, D
Jan-1999Genotyping and functional analysis of a polymorphic (CCTTT)n repeat of NOS2A in diabetic retinopathyWarpeha, KM; Xu, W; Liu, L; Charles, IG; Patterson, CC; Ah-fat, F; Harding, S; Hart, PM; Chakravarthy, U; Hughes, AE
Jan-1995Molecular genetic analysis of the duplication of human inducible nitric oxide synthase (NOS2) sequencesXu, W; Charles, IG; Liu, L; Koni, PA; Moncada, S; Emson, P
Jan-2000Survey of the Allelic Frequency of a NOS2A Promoter Microsatellite in Human Populations: Assessment of the NOS2A Gene and Predisposition to Infectious DiseaseXu, W; Humphries, S; Tomita, M; Okuyama, T; Matsuki, M; Burgner, D; Kwiatkowski, D; Liu, L; Charles, IG
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