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CCK

(Complimentary Code Keying) A direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) coding method used in the 802.11b wireless LAN standard for 5.5 and 11 Mbps. The slower 1 and 2 Mbps specifications use Barker coding which has a chip rate of 11 compared to 8 in CCK. CCK also provides up to 64 coding patterns, whereas Barker uses only one. Unlike CDMA, which overlaps transmissions using different codes, CCK uses the different codes to transmit more data serially (TDM). Contrast with OFDM. See CCK/OFDM and chip rate.
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Following ligation, NLR proteins oligomerize and interact via their CARD domains with adaptor protein, receptor interacting protein kinase 2 (RIP2 or RIPK2), which is required for both NF-kB and MAPK pathway activation and inflammatory gene expression [55, 56].
Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have also identified other genes that are functionally related to immunodeficiency, such as RIPK2, TNFSF15, IFNGR1/2, TYK2, and CARD9 [83-85].
Meditators also expressed HDAC2 and proinflammatory genes RIPK2 and COX-2 at lower levels, resulting in better cortisol recovery in social stress tests, supporting the therapeutic benefits of meditation in treating social stress disorders [69].