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The gene in C. elegans that encodes the enzyme is called RDE-3. Although its sequence was already known, its polymerase activity was not.
To combine images taken at different times, each of the images is first subdivided into corresponding regions. These are separately registered in rotation and translation, and then combined into a high-resolution image. The process is repeated to create video.
The method can be extended to combine images obtained at different frequencies. This takes advantage of the fact that higher frequencies provide sharper detail closer to the ultrasound machine while lower frequencies are better with distance. Accordingly, acoustic distance is considered when weighting frequency data and combining images.
First, an encryptor receives a description file of the circuit. The encryptor then outputs a description of the underlying IP core in which the nodes or gates of the circuit are replaced with generic placeholder nodes. These placeholders are given encrypted multivalued truth-tables that permit simulation but effectively disguise their function. For example, multiple alias values may hide the logic of the node, or the truth-table may include erroneous entries. The effect is to render the function of the node symbols practically unintelligible.