DSTN


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DSTN

(1) (Double layer STN) A supertwisted nematic (STN) passive LCD display that is used in high-temperature environments. A second, but inactive, LCD layer functions like the film in FSTN, except that the layer's optical properties change at the same rate as the working layer. See FSTN and LCD types.

(2) (Dual scan STN) An earlier passive matrix display method that enabled higher laptop resolution by addressing two modules simultaneously. For example, two 240-line passive matrix subsystems were used to create one 480-line screen. See FSTN and LCD types.
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Each LifeBook 200 Series notebook has ACPI (advanced configuration and power interface) advanced power management support and high performance addressing (HPA) 12.1" DSTN screens that deliver higher contrast and less "ghosting" than typical dual-scan screens.
Excluding aspects that concern blue primary, all the CRT measurements were over their equivalents for the DSTN. More important, there were also significant differences between the three relative luminances.
There are a number of types of LCD technology such as Super Twisted Nematics (STN), Dual Scan Twisted Nematics (DSTN), Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal (FLC) and Surface Stabilized Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal.
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Humre sambandh dilon ki dstn kehte hain." Prime Minister dwelt on our common cultural heritage, shared between Kashi Vishwanath and Pashupatinath, and between Lumbini and Bodh Gaya.
Another actin-binding protein implicated in regulating corneal homeostasis is destrin (Dstn), a member of the ADF/cofilin family of proteins that regulates actin dynamics by depolymerizing filamentous actin into monomeric form.
A total of 124 DEGs (e.g., POLA2, TMED7, SLC25A24, NF2, and COL4A2) were significantly enriched in "lymphocyte TarBase pathway" (P value = 9.35 x [10.sup.-16]), while 28 DEGs (e.g., NCOR2, DSTN, RAC1, PIK3R1, and FHL2) were significantly enriched in "androgen receptor signaling pathway" (P value = 9.12 x [10.sup.-7]).
It was shown that pharmacological inhibition of LIMK1 increased adipocyte differentiation of BM-hMSCs [37], while the opposite result was obtained after siRNA-mediated knockdown of CFL1 and DSTN in human BM-derived primary MSCs, which resulted in osteoblast differentiation [12].