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2005-1-10 · J Song, S M Kang, E Kim, C-H Kim, H-T Song and J E Lee, Adiponectin receptor-mediated signaling ameliorates cerebral cell damage and regulates the neurogenesis of neural stem cells at high glucose concentrations: an in vivo and in vitro study, Cell Death & Disease, 6, 8, (e1844), (2015).Analytical Chemistry | Vol 33, No 4Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library.

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2020-9-24 · After 24 h of imbibition, there was a significant difference between D and AR coleorhizas, and after 48 h the PF difference was further increased. In the D state, the PF was increased from 65.8 ± 2.6 to 76.4 ± 1.3 mN between 24 and 48 h (Fig. 3b). That is to say, the AR coleorhiza became weakened over time and the D coleorhiza was strengthened.A structural model of a Ras–Raf signalosome | Nature ...2021-10-8 · a. Top and side views of the stepwise addition (left to right) of Gal-3 (yellow), C-Raf (green), 14-3-3σ (blue), and MEK1 (violet) to the K-Ras helical assembly (red), producing the …

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2021-9-7 · 3.2 ERA5. ERA5 is the latest comprehensive ECMWF reanalysis and has replaced ERA-Interim. It is based on a version of the ECMWF IFS (Cy41r2) that was operational in 2016. ERA5 provides hourly estimates of the global atmosphere, land surface, and ocean waves from 1950 and is updated daily with a latency of 5 d.ACP - The contribution of Saharan dust to the ice ...2021-12-9 · 2.1 Site description. The Sphinx Observatory at JFJ is located on a saddle between Mt. Mönch and Mt. Jungfrau in the Swiss Alps (46.330 ∘ N, 7.590 ∘ E) at an altitude of 3580 m a.s.l. (see Fig. 1).Due to its altitude, the site experiences free tropospheric (FT) air masses, mainly in winter and during nighttime, as well as boundary layer intrusions (BLIs), predominantly in …

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2014-7-1 · Address correspondence to: Alisa S. Wolberg, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 815 Brinkhous-Bullitt Building, CB #7525, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-7525, USA. Phone: 919.966.8430; E-mail: [email protected] .Peptide Gaussian accelerated molecular dynamics (Pep …2020-10-19 · Peptides mediate up to 40% of known protein–protein interactions in higher eukaryotes and play an important role in cellular signaling. However, it is challenging to simulate both binding and unbinding of peptides and calculate peptide binding free energies through conventional molecular dynamics, due to long biological timescales and extremely high …

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Terpenoids, also referred to as terpenes, are the largest group of natural compounds. Many terpenes have biological activities and are used for the treatment of human diseases. The worldwide sales of terpene-based pharmaceuticals in 2002 were approximately US $12 billion.Knee replacement - ScienceDirect2012-4-7 · Knee-replacement surgery is an increasingly common procedure: more than 650 000 total knee replacements (TKRs) were done in the USA in 2008, 1 more than 77 500 in the UK in 2009, 2 and 103 601 in South Korea between 2002 and 2005. 3 The number of replacements has been increasing every year in developed countries. In the USA, rates have risen from 31·2 per …

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2021-7-26 · The International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory is an annual conference series that attracts scientists from around the world working on lattice quantum field theory. The conference is the largest in the field and covers topics in QCD at nonzero Temperature and Density Hadron Spectroscopy and Interactions Hadron Structure Standard Model Parameters …Controlling the Uptake of Diarylethene‐Based Cell ...2019-5-4 · Absorbance at 575 nm is present only in the closed DAE and is therefore used to track the amount of the closed photoform. A 50 μM solution of pure closed 5 in 50 MeOH−H 2 O (50 : 50 v/v) was exposed to LED illumination under continuous stirring.

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2008-8-27 · Cécile Gouttefangeas, Cliburn Chan, Sebastian Attig, Tania T. Køllgaard, Hans-Georg Rammensee, Stefan Stevanović, Dorothee Wernet, Per thor Straten, Marij J. P. Welters, Christian Ottensmeier, Sjoerd H. van der Burg and Cedrik M. Britten, Data analysis as a source of variability of the HLA-peptide multimer assay: from manual gating to ...The Biophysical Profile | GLOWMSadovsky E, Yaffe H: Daily fetal movement recording and fetal diagnosis. Obstet Gynecol 41: 845, 1973 . 45. Manning FA, Platt LD, Sipos L: Fetal movement in human pregnancies in the third trimester. Obstet Gynecol 54: 699, 1979 . 46. Leader LR, Baillie P. Van Schalkwyk DJ: Fetal movements and fetal outcome: A prospective study. Obstet Gynecol ...

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Steinbrecher. T Walsh. CT Bacic. A Bentsink. L Leubner-Metzger. G ... 575 – 586. Google Scholar ... Nonogaki H, Chen F, Bradford KJ (2007) Mechanisms and genes involved in germination sensu stricto. In Annual Plant Reviews, Vol 27: Seed Development, Dormancy and Germination. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp 264–304Coleorhiza‐enforced seed dormancy: a novel mechanism …2020-9-24 · After 24 h of imbibition, there was a significant difference between D and AR coleorhizas, and after 48 h the PF difference was further increased. In the D state, the PF was increased from 65.8 ± 2.6 to 76.4 ± 1.3 mN between 24 and 48 h (Fig. 3b). That is to say, the AR coleorhiza became weakened over time and the D coleorhiza was strengthened.

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2021-9-7 · 3.2 ERA5. ERA5 is the latest comprehensive ECMWF reanalysis and has replaced ERA-Interim. It is based on a version of the ECMWF IFS (Cy41r2) that was operational in 2016. ERA5 provides hourly estimates of the global atmosphere, land surface, and ocean waves from 1950 and is updated daily with a latency of 5 d.Knee replacement - ScienceDirect2012-4-7 · Knee-replacement surgery is an increasingly common procedure: more than 650 000 total knee replacements (TKRs) were done in the USA in 2008, 1 more than 77 500 in the UK in 2009, 2 and 103 601 in South Korea between 2002 and 2005. 3 The number of replacements has been increasing every year in developed countries. In the USA, rates have risen from 31·2 per …

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2022-1-9 · This research has focused largely on CD8+ T cells, with a focus on both those antigens that are recognised, and the means by which they are presented. His work has a strong translational component, asking if both classically and non-classically restricted T cells are associated with infection with M. tb, reflect immunological memory, and are ...Imaging-Guided Percutaneous Renal Biopsy: Rationale and ...2019-9-15 · Solid Renal Mass. With the increasing utilization of cross-sectional imaging, the number of incidentally detected focal renal masses is increasing [12, 13], and many small lesions present as diagnostic dilemmas [14, 15] ().Historically, solid renal masses were not biopsied because if the lesion could not be characterized as a benign cyst or angiomyolipoma, it must …

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2012-12-19 · Teshima R, Akiyama H, Okunuki H, Sakushima J-i, Goda Y, Onodera H, Sawada J-i, Toyoda M. Effect of GM and non-GM soybeans on the immune system of BN rats and B10A mice. J Food Hyg Soc Jpn. 2000; 41:188–193. doi: 10.3358/shokueishi.41.188. [Google Scholar]ACP - Impacts of biogenic and anthropogenic emissions …Abstract. This study is the first attempt to understand the synergistic impact of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions on summertime ozone ( O 3 ) formation in the Guanzhong (GZ) Basin where Xi''an, the oldest and the most populous city …

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2020-2-17 · Ardhuin F, Herbers T H C, Watts K P, van Vledder G P, Jensen R and Graber H C 2007 Swell and slanting-fetch effects on wind wave growth J. Phys. Oceanogr. 37 908–31 Crossref Google Scholar Ardhuin F, Marié L, Rascle N, Forget P and Roland A 2009b Observation and estimation of lagrangian, stokes, and eulerian currents induced by wind and ...Psychological and somatic distress in Chinese outpatients ...2017-10-16 · Our study aimed (1) to describe the proportion of psychological distress among Chinese outpatients at general hospitals, (2) to compare cognitive and behavioral characteristics of patients with different distress patterns, and (3) to investigate the discriminant function of the analyzed variables in indicating the affinity towards the different distress patterns.

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2019-10-11 · Ferroptosis is an iron-dependent form of non-apoptotic cell death that is characterized by the accumulation of toxic lipid reactive oxygen species (ROS). The execution of ferroptosis does not appear to rely on particular protein effectors. Rather, the initiation and execution of this process depends upon modulation of intracellular metabolism.Terpenoids As Therapeutic Drugs and Pharmaceutical …Terpenoids, also referred to as terpenes, are the largest group of natural compounds. Many terpenes have biological activities and are used for the treatment of human diseases. The worldwide sales of terpene-based pharmaceuticals in 2002 were approximately US $12 billion.

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1 Introduction. Modeling the soil water content (SWC) is of high interest for various geoscientific research fields. The SWC influences the water and energy cycles at the local, regional, and global scales (Vereecken et al., 2016) controls, for example, the partitioning of net radiation into latent, sensible and ground heat fluxes, as well as the partitioning of precipitation into ...Photonic quantum information processing: a review - …2018-11-13 · Furthermore, recent technological advances are now enabling first concrete applications of photonic quantum information processing. The goal of this manuscript is to provide the reader with a comprehensive review of the state of the art in this active field, with a due balance between theoretical, experimental and technological results.

Controlling the Uptake of Diarylethene‐Based Cell ...

2019-5-4 · Absorbance at 575 nm is present only in the closed DAE and is therefore used to track the amount of the closed photoform. A 50 μM solution of pure closed 5 in 50 MeOH−H 2 O (50 : 50 v/v) was exposed to LED illumination under continuous stirring.Imaging-Guided Percutaneous Renal Biopsy: Rationale and ...2019-9-15 · Solid Renal Mass. With the increasing utilization of cross-sectional imaging, the number of incidentally detected focal renal masses is increasing [12, 13], and many small lesions present as diagnostic dilemmas [14, 15] ().Historically, solid renal masses were not biopsied because if the lesion could not be characterized as a benign cyst or angiomyolipoma, it must …

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Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library.The Biophysical Profile | GLOWMSadovsky E, Yaffe H: Daily fetal movement recording and fetal diagnosis. Obstet Gynecol 41: 845, 1973 . 45. Manning FA, Platt LD, Sipos L: Fetal movement in human pregnancies in the third trimester. Obstet Gynecol 54: 699, 1979 . 46. Leader LR, Baillie P. Van Schalkwyk DJ: Fetal movements and fetal outcome: A prospective study. Obstet Gynecol ...

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Abstract. This study is the first attempt to understand the synergistic impact of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions on summertime ozone ( O 3 ) formation in the Guanzhong (GZ) Basin where Xi''an, the oldest and the most populous city …Terpenoids As Therapeutic Drugs and Pharmaceutical …Terpenoids, also referred to as terpenes, are the largest group of natural compounds. Many terpenes have biological activities and are used for the treatment of human diseases. The worldwide sales of terpene-based pharmaceuticals in 2002 were approximately US $12 billion.

The physical oceanography of the transport of floating ...

2020-2-17 · Ardhuin F, Herbers T H C, Watts K P, van Vledder G P, Jensen R and Graber H C 2007 Swell and slanting-fetch effects on wind wave growth J. Phys. Oceanogr. 37 908–31 Crossref Google Scholar Ardhuin F, Marié L, Rascle N, Forget P and Roland A 2009b Observation and estimation of lagrangian, stokes, and eulerian currents induced by wind and ...Doublecortin expression levels in adult brain reflect ...2005-1-10 · J Song, S M Kang, E Kim, C-H Kim, H-T Song and J E Lee, Adiponectin receptor-mediated signaling ameliorates cerebral cell damage and regulates the neurogenesis of neural stem cells at high glucose concentrations: an in vivo and in vitro study, Cell Death & Disease, 6, 8, (e1844), (2015).

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Steinbrecher. T Walsh. CT Bacic. A Bentsink. L Leubner-Metzger. G ... 575 – 586. Google Scholar ... Nonogaki H, Chen F, Bradford KJ (2007) Mechanisms and genes involved in germination sensu stricto. In Annual Plant Reviews, Vol 27: Seed Development, Dormancy and Germination. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp 264–304Quantum-dot-based deterministic photon–emitter …2021-10-18 · A quantum emitter (a QD for example) in a single-mode waveguide or nanocavity is a prototypical deterministic photon–emitter interface, (Fig. 2) upling to a single mode can be Purcell enhanced ...

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Abstract. This study is the first attempt to understand the synergistic impact of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions on summertime ozone ( O 3 ) formation in the Guanzhong (GZ) Basin where Xi''an, the oldest and the most populous city …ESSD - ERA5-Land: a state-of-the-art global reanalysis ...2021-9-7 · 3.2 ERA5. ERA5 is the latest comprehensive ECMWF reanalysis and has replaced ERA-Interim. It is based on a version of the ECMWF IFS (Cy41r2) that was operational in 2016. ERA5 provides hourly estimates of the global atmosphere, land surface, and ocean waves from 1950 and is updated daily with a latency of 5 d.

Coleorhiza‐enforced seed dormancy: a novel mechanism …

2020-9-24 · After 24 h of imbibition, there was a significant difference between D and AR coleorhizas, and after 48 h the PF difference was further increased. In the D state, the PF was increased from 65.8 ± 2.6 to 76.4 ± 1.3 mN between 24 and 48 h (Fig. 3b). That is to say, the AR coleorhiza became weakened over time and the D coleorhiza was strengthened.JCI - Factor XIII activity mediates red blood cell ...2014-7-1 · Address correspondence to: Alisa S. Wolberg, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 815 Brinkhous-Bullitt Building, CB #7525, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-7525, USA. Phone: 919.966.8430; E-mail: [email protected] .

Quantum-dot-based deterministic photon–emitter …

2021-10-18 · A quantum emitter (a QD for example) in a single-mode waveguide or nanocavity is a prototypical deterministic photon–emitter interface, (Fig. 2) upling to a single mode can be Purcell enhanced ...A structural model of a Ras–Raf signalosome | Nature ...2021-10-8 · a. Top and side views of the stepwise addition (left to right) of Gal-3 (yellow), C-Raf (green), 14-3-3σ (blue), and MEK1 (violet) to the K-Ras helical assembly (red), producing the …

Photonic quantum information processing: a review

2018-11-13 · Furthermore, recent technological advances are now enabling first concrete applications of photonic quantum information processing. The goal of this manuscript is to provide the reader with a comprehensive review of the state of the art in this active field, with a due balance between theoretical, experimental and technological results.The physical oceanography of the transport of floating ...2020-2-17 · Ardhuin F, Herbers T H C, Watts K P, van Vledder G P, Jensen R and Graber H C 2007 Swell and slanting-fetch effects on wind wave growth J. Phys. Oceanogr. 37 908–31 Crossref Google Scholar Ardhuin F, Marié L, Rascle N, Forget P and Roland A 2009b Observation and estimation of lagrangian, stokes, and eulerian currents induced by wind and ...