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It is not known whether lidocaine may trigger this reaction; however, large doses resulting in significant plasma concentrations, as may be achieved by intravenous infusion, pose potential risk to these individuals. Recognition of early unexplained signs of tachycardia, tachypnea, labile blood pressure and metabolic acidosis may precede temperature elevation. Successful outcome is dependent on early diagnosis, prompt discontinuance of the triggering agent and institution of treatment including oxygen therapy, supportive measures and dantrolene (for details see dantrolene package insert).

The variancePartition R package implements a computational workflow (Fig. 1) that is complementary to standard analyses and provides particular insight into datasets with multiple dimensions of variation. variancePartition provides a user-friendly, parallelized interface for genome-wide analysis and publication quality visualizations to examine the results. Because the variance fractions are simple to describe and interpret, variancePartition can give particular insight into how each dimension of variation contributes to transcriptional variability. A typical variancePartition analysis comprises: 1) fitting a linear mixed model to quantify the contribution of each dimension of variation to each gene, 2) visualizing the results, and 3) integrating additional data about each gene to interpret drivers of this variation. The variancePartition workflow requires only a few lines of R code for pre-processing, analysis and visualization and this enables rapid interpretation of complex datasets.

As the scope of gene expression studies continues to expand, the need to quantify and interpret multiple drivers of expression variation is becoming essential. Here we present variancePartition, a publicly available software package that leverages the power of the linear mixed model to quantify the contribution of multiple sources of variation in complex gene expression datasets. For each gene, this analysis partitions the total expression variance into the fraction attributable to each aspect of the study design. A variancePartition analysis gives a genome-wide summary of the drivers of variation, but also produces gene-level results to identify genes that deviate from the genome-wide trend.

The variancePartition workflow and implementation makes the rich linear mixed model framework easily applicable for interpreting drivers of variation in complex gene expression data. variancePartition provides a general statistical and visualization framework for studying drivers of variation in RNA-seq datasets in many types of high-throughput genomic assays including RNA-seq (gene-, exon- and isoform-level quantification, splicing efficiency), protein quantification, metabolite quantification, metagenomic assays, methylation arrays and epigenomic sequencing assays. Although we have focused here on large-scale studies, variancePartition analysis has given valuable insight into RNA-seq datasets with as few as 20 samples. The variancePartition software is an open source R package and is freely available on Bioconductor. The software can easily be applied to RNA-seq quantifications from featureCounts [46], HTSeq [47], kallisto [48], sailfish [49], salmon [50], RSEM [51] and cufflinks [52] which have been processed in R with limma/voom [15], DESeq2 [16], tximport [53] and ballgown [54]. The software provides a user-friendly interface for analysis and visualization with extensive documentation, and will enable routine application to a range of genomics datasets.

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It means that the first data packet sent after the three-way handshake is the actual window size. If there's a scaling factor, the initial window size of 65,535 bytes is always used. The window size is then multiplied by the scaling factor identified in the three-way handshake. The table below represents the scaling factor boundaries for various window sizes.

Previously, the TCP/IP stack used one sample per window of data sent to calculate the round-trip time (RTT). A timer (retransmit timer) was set when the packet was sent, until the acknowledgment was received. For example, if the window size was 64,240 bytes (44 full segments) on an Ethernet network, only one of every 44 packets were used to recalculate the round-trip time. With a maximum window size of 65,535 bytes, this sampling rate was sufficient. Using window scaling, and a maximum window size of 1 Gigabyte, this RTT sampling rate isn't sufficient.

When TCP time stamp is used in a TCP session, the originator of the session sends the option in its first packet of the TCP three-way handshake (SYN packet). Either side can then use the TCP option during the session.

The TCP sequence number field is limited to 32 bits, which limits the number of sequence numbers available. With high capacity networks and a large data transfer, it's possible to wrap sequence numbers before a packet traverses the network. If sending data on a one Giga-byte per second (Gbps) network, the sequence numbers could wrap in as little as 34 seconds. If a packet is delayed, a different packet could potentially exist with the same sequence number. To avoid confusion of duplicate sequence numbers, the TCP timestamp is used as an extension to the sequence number. Packets have current and progressing time stamps. An old packet has an older time stamp and is discarded.

With SACK enabled (default), a packet or series of packets can be dropped. The receiver informs the sender which data has been received, and where there may be "holes" in the data. The sender can then selectively retransmit the missing data without a retransmission of blocks of data that have already been received successfully. SACK is controlled by the SackOpts registry parameter.

TCP retransmits data before the retransmission timer expires under some circumstances. The most common cause is a feature known as fast retransmit. When a receiver that supports fast retransmit receives data with a sequence number beyond the current expected one, some data was likely dropped. To help inform the sender of this event, the receiver immediately sends an ACK, with the ACK number set to the sequence number that it was expecting. It will continue to do so for each additional TCP segment that arrives. When the sender starts to receive a stream of ACKs that's acknowledging the same sequence number, a segment may have been dropped. The sender will immediately resend the segment that the receiver is expecting, without waiting for the retransmission timer to expire. This optimization greatly improves performance when packets are frequently dropped.

Find_SSNs is a piece of software written in python at VirginiaTech that searches a computers files for Social Security #'s and Credit Card numbers. It requires python version 2.4+ to run. By default Find_SSNs searches the following file types: doc, docx, xlsx, xls, rtf, zip, text files (e.g. html, xml, txt) and Open Office 2 documents. It can additionally search pdf files when the pdftotext binary is installed. (It's part of the poppler package.) We provide two versions of Find_SSNs: One that searchs pdfs and another version that doesn't search pdfs (in case you can't install the poppler package). Our instructions below will include the necessary steps to get the poppler package installed. The Find_SSNs software webpage at Virginia Polytechnic Institute is located here: _SSNs.html The full Find_SSNs documentation at Virginia Polytechnic Institute is located here: _SSNs/find_ssns_referance_manual.html Find SSN download: _ssns.tar Find SSN without pdf download: _ssns_nopdf.tar

*The poppler package is not a part of the default install on Solaris so needs to be installed from a third-party package (and it's dependencies). To ease the process of installing poppler and it's deps. we've created a tar download which bundles the poppler package and it's dependencies together with a install script which will automate the process of installing the packages. The script verifies that none of the packages it installs are already installed on the system and it installs the packages in the /usr/local directory structure.Download the Solaris poppler install bundle here: _install.tar.gzExtract it and run the '' which will install poppler and it's dependencies if any are not already installed. 041b061a72


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