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  1. Acta Structilia

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    Acta Structilia Journal is a South African accredited national journal for ... building economy, engineering and property or community development. ... critical analysis of pertinent risks in the Zambian construction industry · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT ... Stakeholders' perception of critical success factors for sustainable facilities ...

  2. UNC Pembroke Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy Facility

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    2016-04-29

    an aggregation-dependent manner. Biochim Biophys Acta (Mol. Basis of Disease) 1812:1664-1674. Technology Transfer 1    Scientific progress and...receptors and presynaptic markers in an aggregation-dependent manner. Biochim Biophys Acta (Mol. Basis of Disease) 1812:1664-1674.

  3. Acta Theologica: Submissions

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    Acta Theologica. ... Manuscripts should be between 4000 and 7000 words. ... Three to four key words in both English and Afrikaans should be provided at the end of the article. ... Use capital letters in the title only where absolutely necessary.

  4. Disease: H00419 [KEGG MEDICUS

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    Full Text Available ... Garg A, Agarwal AK ... TITLE ... Lipodystrophies: disorders of adipose tissue biology. ... JOURNAL ... Biochim Biophys Acta 1791:507-13 (2009) DOI:10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.014 ...

  5. Genetics Home Reference: aspartylglucosaminuria

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    ... Sources for This Page Aronson NN Jr. Aspartylglycosaminuria: biochemistry and molecular biology. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1999 Oct ... not be used as a substitute for professional medical care or advice. Users with questions about a ...

  6. Genetics Home Reference: CLN10 disease

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    ... Foundation CLIMB: Children Living with Inherited Metabolic Diseases March of Dimes: Neonatal Death The ... Sources for This Page Anderson GW, Goebel HH, Simonati A. Human pathology in NCL. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013 Nov;1832( ...

  7. ACTA - Pro et contra

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    Ellebæk, Kristoffer; Stilling, Christian; Durst-Andersen, Sara S.; Vilsbøll, Signe Mai K.

    2012-01-01

    Resumé Projektrapporten har til formål at undersøge etiske problemstillinger, der opstår ved indgåelse ved en eventuel handelsaftale som ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement). Handelsaftalen er et forsøg på at sikre øgede muligheder for håndhævelse af den intellektuelle ejendomsret på tværs af landegrænser. En del af ACTA aftalen er møntet på begrænsning af piratkopiering over internettet. Ved at redegøre for den meget udbredte peer-to-peer-fildelingsteknologi (p2p) og dennes egenskaber,...

  8. Effect of grapevine latent buds (Vitis vinifera L., cv. Merlot chilling on their starch content: biochimical and cytological approachs

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    Tayeb Koussa

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Biochimical analysis and photonic microscopy observations of starch were investigated in latent buds of Vitis vinifera L. (cv. Merlot collected during their dormancy phase and during their cold storage at 2°C. Biochimical analysis showed that starch levels of grapevine latent buds was high (70 mg/g DW. Microscopical observations confirmed this result and showed a gradient of starch content in different regions of bud in which the foliars primordiums and scales were the starch richer. Buds conservation at 2°C reduced their starch content but this decrease begun only after 9 days of chilling corresponding to the time necessary for budbreak and for the beginning of increase the bud burst ability. The hydrolysis of starch seems begun at the first in apex and then propaged to the other regions of bud. In the scales, the most exposed region to cold, storage at 2°C during 56 days induced an increase of cellular tannins content and cell walls polysaccharides. These results were discuted in relation to the increase of bud burst ability and to their cold acclimatation.

  9. INTRODUCTION TO ACTA OPTICA SINICA

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    2003-01-01

    Acta Optica Sinica is a scientific periodical on optics,sponsored by Chinese Optical Society, jointly undertaken by Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics,Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics,the Chinese Academy of Sciences, monthly,first published in 1981. The chief editor is Professor Xu Zhizhan, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Now Acta Optica Sinica is a source periodical of the following international index periodicals: SA,CA,EI and PЖ.

  10. Application of a PEG precipitation method for solubility screening: A tool for developing high protein concentration formulations

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    Li, Li; Kantor, Angela; Warne, Nicholas

    2013-01-01

    Previous publications demonstrated that the extrapolated solubility by polyethylene glycol (PEG) precipitation method (Middaugh et al., J Biol Chem 1979; 254:367–370; Juckes, Biochim Biophys Acta 1971; 229:535–546; Foster et al., Biochim Biophys Acta 1973; 317:505; Mahadevan and Hall, AIChE J 1990; 36:1517–1528; Stevenson and Hageman, Pharm Res 1995; 12:1671–1676) has a strong correlation to experimentally measured solubility of proteins. Here, we explored the utility of extrapolated solubili...

  11. Applications of the BIOPHYS Algorithm for Physically-Based Retrieval of Biophysical, Structural and Forest Disturbance Information

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    Peddle, Derek R.; Huemmrich, K. Fred; Hall, Forrest G.; Masek, Jeffrey G.; Soenen, Scott A.; Jackson, Chris D.

    2011-01-01

    Canopy reflectance model inversion using look-up table approaches provides powerful and flexible options for deriving improved forest biophysical structural information (BSI) compared with traditional statistical empirical methods. The BIOPHYS algorithm is an improved, physically-based inversion approach for deriving BSI for independent use and validation and for monitoring, inventory and quantifying forest disturbance as well as input to ecosystem, climate and carbon models. Based on the multiple-forward mode (MFM) inversion approach, BIOPHYS results were summarized from different studies (Minnesota/NASA COVER; Virginia/LEDAPS; Saskatchewan/BOREAS), sensors (airborne MMR; Landsat; MODIS) and models (GeoSail; GOMS). Applications output included forest density, height, crown dimension, branch and green leaf area, canopy cover, disturbance estimates based on multi-temporal chronosequences, and structural change following recovery from forest fires over the last century. Good correspondences with validation field data were obtained. Integrated analyses of multiple solar and view angle imagery further improved retrievals compared with single pass data. Quantifying ecosystem dynamics such as the area and percent of forest disturbance, early regrowth and succession provide essential inputs to process-driven models of carbon flux. BIOPHYS is well suited for large-area, multi-temporal applications involving multiple image sets and mosaics for assessing vegetation disturbance and quantifying biophysical structural dynamics and change. It is also suitable for integration with forest inventory, monitoring, updating, and other programs.

  12. Biosynthesis of acid phosphatase of baker's yeast . Characterization of a protoplast-bound fraction containing precursors of the exo-enzyme

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    Boer, Pieter; Rijn, Herman J.M. van; Reinking, A.; Steyn-Parvé, Elizabeth P.

    1975-01-01

    1. 1.|Yest protoplasts, secreting acid phosphatase (orthophosphoric-monoester phosphohydrolase (acid optimum) EC 3.1.3.2) contain a small amount of firmly bound enzyme, even after lysis (Van Rijn, H.J.M.; Boer, P. and Steyn-Parvé, E.P. (1972) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 268, 431–441). The major part

  13. Evaluating the Anti-Seizure Efficacy of Novel Adenosine Treatment Regimens in a Soman Rat Model

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    2015-06-01

    rubric : 0= No lesion; 1= Minimal (1-10%); 2= Mild (11-25%); 3= Moderate (26-45%); 4= Severe (>45%). To further stratify the data and obtain a more...the central nervous system revealed by genetic knockout studies. Biochim Biophys Acta 1808(5): 1358-1379. Youssef, A. F. and B. W. Santi (1997

  14. The Efflux of a Fluorescent Probe Is Catalyzed by an ATP-Driven Extrusion System in Lactococcus lactis

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    MOLENAAR, D; BOLHUIS, H; ABEE, T; POOLMAN, B; KONINGS, WN

    Many bacteria, both gram positive and negative, extrude in an energy-dependent manner the fluorescent pH indicator 2',7'-bis-(2-carboxyethyl)-5[and -6]-carboxyfluorescein (BCECF) (D. Molenaar, T. Abee, and W. N. Konings, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1115:75-83, 1991). This efflux was studied in detail in

  15. Apical Membrane Potassium Conductance in Guinea Pig Gallbladder Epithelial Cells

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    1988-12-01

    did block the accompanying der short-circuit conditions except for brief periods (300 change in fR.. TEA was ineffective when added to the ms) during...toad skin. Biochim. 29. RICHARDS, N. W., AND D. C. DAWSON. Single potassium channelsBiophys. Acta 728: 455-459, 1983. blocked by lidocaine and quinidine

  16. Generation of specific deoxynojirimycin-type inhibitors of the non-lysosomal glucosylceramidase

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    Overkleeft, H. S.; Renkema, G. H.; Neele, J.; Vianello, P.; Hung, I. O.; Strijland, A.; van der Burg, A. M.; Koomen, G. J.; Pandit, U. K.; Aerts, J. M.

    1998-01-01

    The existence of a non-lysosomal glucosylceramidase in human cells has been documented (van Weely, S., Brandsma, M., Strijland, A., Tager, J. M., and Aerts, J. M. F. G. (1993) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1181, 55-62). Hypothetically, the activity of this enzyme, which is localized near the cell surface,

  17. Adaptive Redox Response of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells to Stimulation with Lipopolysaccharide Inflammagen: Mechanisms of Remodeling of Tissue Barriers in Sepsis

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    2013-03-08

    conditions. It is well accepted that numerous vitagenes are evolutionarily adapted by cells to manage oxidative stress; they include but are not...hormetic phytochemicals and vitagenes in aging and longevity. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2012; 1822(5):753-83. [36] Martin LJ. Biology of mitochondria

  18. Effect of Radiofrequency Radiation on DNA Duplex Stability and Replication.

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    1983-08-01

    Ando, T. A nuclease specific for heat-denatured DNA isolated from a product of Aspergillus oryzae . Biochim Biophys Acta 114:158-168 (1966). Blakeley...metabolic acti- vation. Mutation Res 64:315-328 (1979). Vogt,. V.M. Purification and further properties of single-strand-specific nuclease from Aspergillus oryzae . Eur J Biochem 33:192-200 (1973). 42

  19. Eunuchs in the Bible | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Acta Theologica. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 26, No 2 (2006) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Download this PDF file. The PDF file you selected should load here if ...

  20. Hippocrates: facts and fiction | Retief | Acta Theologica

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  1. Cumulative indices for Spectrochima Acta, Part A and Spectrochimica Acta, Part B

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    Scheeline, A.; Williams, B.; Williksen, E.; Jeffrey Steinfeld,; McEnroe, B.

    1998-01-01

    This article is an electronic publication in Spectrochimica Acta Electronica (SAE), a section of Spectrochimica Acta, Part B (SAB). The hardcopy text is accompanied by an electronic archive, stored on the SAE homepage at http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/sabe. The archive contains data, index and program files. The main article discusses the bibliographical purpose of the program and data files. A collective index for Spectrochimica Acta for volumes since it was split into Parts A and B, and continuing through 1991 for SAA and 1997 for SAB, is presented in DBF format, along with rudimentary data entry and access software. (Copyright (c) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. All rights reserved.)

  2. [The thirty years of Acta Genetica Sinica].

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    Li, Shao-Wu; Zhou, Su; Xue, Yong-Biao; Zhu, Li-Huang

    2003-04-01

    Acta Genetica Sinica (AGS) is sponsored by the Genetics Society of China and the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and is published by Science Press. The journal is a leading national academic periodical and one of the Chinese key periodicals of natural sciences. Currently, AGS is being indexed by several well-known domestic and international indexing systems, such as the American Chemical Digest (CA), BIOSIS database, Biological Digest (BA), Medical Index and Russian Digest (P [symbol: see text]). Papers in the areas of genetics, developmental biology, cell molecular biology and evolution are regularly published by AGS.

  3. Targeting PRMT5 as a Novel Radiosensitization Approach for Primary and Recurrent Prostate Cancer Treatment

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    2016-10-01

    pressor programmed cell death 4, Cancer Res. 71 (2011) 5579–5587. [8] C. Nicholas , J. Yang, S.B. Peters, M.A. Bill, R.A. Baiocchi, F. Yan, S. Sif, S...Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1839 (2014) 1330–1340. [13] C.M. Koh, M. Bezzi, D.H. Low, W.X. Ang, S.X. Teo, F.P. Gay, M. Al-Haddawi, S.Y. Tan , M. Osato, A. Sabo

  4. Acta Unitatis Fratrum. Ediční projekt

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    Just, Jiří

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 29, č. 2 (2014), s. 451-462 ISSN 0231-7494 Institutional support: RVO:67985963 Keywords : The Bohemian Brethren * protestant historiography * manuscript sources * regesta edition * Acta Unitatis Fratrum Subject RIV: AB - History

  5. Elsevier/Spectrochimica Acta atomic spectroscopy award 2015

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    Omenetto, Nicolo; de Loos-Vollebregt, Margaretha

    2016-12-01

    This is to announce the 2015 Elsevier/Spectrochimica Acta award, the annual award honoring the most significant article(s) published in a volume. Elsevier makes this award on behalf of Spectrochimica Acta, Part B, to encourage the publication of top articles in this journal. All papers published during one year are considered for this award and the Editorial Advisory Board and the Guest Editor(s) of the special issue(s) are responsible for the selection. The award consists of a monetary prize of 1000 together with a presentation certificate.

  6. Elsevier/Spectrochimica Acta Atomic Spectroscopy Award 2014

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    Omenetto, Nicolo'; de Loos, Greet

    2016-03-01

    This is to announce the 2014 Elsevier/Spectrochimica Acta Award, the annual award honoring the most significant article(s) published in a volume. Elsevier makes this award on behalf of Spectrochimica Acta, Part B, to encourage the publication of top articles in this journal. All papers published during one year are considered for this award and the Editorial Advisory Board and the Guest Editor(s) of the special issue(s) are responsible for the selection. The award consists of a monetary prize of 1000 together with a presentation certificate.

  7. The language ecology of a new Afrikaans Bible | Ponelis | Acta ...

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    Acta Theologica. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 22, No 1 (2002) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Download this PDF file. The PDF file you selected should load here if ...

  8. A new framework for Bible translation | Wilt | Acta Theologica

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  9. Advertising in Actas Dermosifiliográficas, 1909-1939.

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    Díaz-Díaz, R M

    2014-05-01

    We review advertisements published in the journal Actas Dermosifiliográficas between 1909 and 1939. Treatments for sexually transmitted diseases were advertised with particular frequency, and they offer a case in point that exemplifies the close relationship between the pharmaceutical industry and medical journals. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier España, S.L. and AEDV. All rights reserved.

  10. The death of Alexander the Great | Retief | Acta Theologica

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  11. Snake and staff symbolism in healing | Retief | Acta Theologica

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  12. Physically-based Canopy Reflectance Model Inversion of Vegetation Biophysical-Structural Information from Terra-MODIS Imagery in Boreal and Mountainous Terrain for Ecosystem, Climate and Carbon Models using the BIOPHYS-MFM Algorithm

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    Peddle, D. R.; Hall, F.

    2009-12-01

    The BIOPHYS algorithm provides innovative and flexible methods for the inversion of canopy reflectance models (CRM) to derive essential biophysical structural information (BSI) for quantifying vegetation state and disturbance, and for input to ecosystem, climate and carbon models. Based on spectral, angular, temporal and scene geometry inputs that can be provided or automatically derived, the BIOPHYS Multiple-Forward Mode (MFM) approach generates look-up tables (LUTs) that comprise reflectance data, structural inputs over specified or computed ranges, and the associated CRM output from forward mode runs. Image pixel and model LUT spectral values are then matched. The corresponding BSI retrieved from the LUT matches is output as the BSI results. BIOPHYS-MFM has been extensively used with agencies in Canada and the USA over the past decade (Peddle et al 2000-09; Soenen et al 2005-09; Gamon et al 2004; Cihlar et al 2003), such as CCRS, CFS, AICWR, NASA LEDAPS, BOREAS and MODIS Science Teams, and for the North American Carbon Program. The algorithm generates BSI products such as land cover, biomass, stand volume, stem density, height, crown closure, leaf area index (LAI) and branch area, crown dimension, productivity, topographic correction, structural change from harvest, forest fires and mountain pine beetle damage, and water / hydrology applications. BIOPHYS-MFM has been applied in different locations in Canada (six provinces from Newfoundland to British Columbia) and USA (NASA COVER, MODIS and LEDAPS sites) using 7 different CRM models and a variety of imagery (e.g. MODIS, Landsat, SPOT, IKONOS, airborne MSV, MMR, casi, Probe-1, AISA). In this paper we summarise the BIOPHYS-MFM algorithm and results from Terra-MODIS imagery from MODIS validation sites at Kananaskis Alberta in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and from the Boreal Ecosystem Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) in Saskatchewan Canada. At the montane Rocky Mountain site, BIOPHYS-MFM density estimates were within

  13. Assessment of wear facets produced by the ACTA wear machine

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    Benetti, Ana R; Larsen, Liselotte; Dowling, Adam H

    2016-01-01

    . The mean wear depth was measured using the traditionally employed 2D and compared with the 3D profilometric (digital) techniques. Data were submitted to analyses of variance, Tukey's post hoc tests and Independent Samples Student's t-tests (where appropriate) at p...OBJECTIVE: To investigate the use of a three-dimensional (3D) digital scanning method in determining the accuracy of the wear performance parameters of resin-based composites (RBCs) determined using a two-dimensional (2D) analogue methodology following in-vitro testing in an Academisch Centrum...... for Tandheelkunde Amsterdam (ACTA) wear machine. METHODS: Specimens compatible with the compartments of the ACTA wear machine specimen wheel (n=10) were prepared from one commercial and four experimental RBCs. The RBC specimens were rotated against an antagonist wheel in a food-like slurry for 220,000 wear cycles...

  14. Tempus Actas – B 3 em Saúde Coletiva

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    Ana Valéria Machado MENDONCA

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Parece que foi ontem, quando lançamos em 2007, o volume 1, número 1 da Revista Tempus Actas em Saúde Coletiva, sob a coordenação da Unidade de Tecnologias da Informação e da Comunicação em Saúde do Núcleo de Estudos em Saúde Pública da Universidade de Brasília. Hoje, passados oito anos, a jovem revista científica, nascida no Centro-Oeste do país, tem ocupado cada vez mais espaços de reconhecimento no Brasil e no mundo, graças ao trabalho hercúleo de sua equipe de colaboradores(as, por sua disciplina e atenção aos novos tempos da comunicação científica que regem as produções de elevado rigor científico.

  15. The Use of Wetting Agents/Fume Suppressants for Minimizing the Atmospheric Emissions from Hard Chromium Electroplating Baths

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    2004-03-01

    PFOA), perfluorooctane sulphonic acid (PFOSA) and clofibric acid . Biochim Biophys Acta 1128: 65-72 Kannan K, Koistinen J, Beckmen K, Evans T...mg/dscm (6.6 x 10-6 gr/dscf) Decorative Chromium Plating Baths Using Chromic Acid All new and existing baths 0.01 mg/dscm (4.4 x 10-6 gr/dscf...surface of the baths, causing the production of chromic acid mist. “Surface active” fume suppressants (also called surfactants) are added directly

  16. Targeting Tryptophan Catabolism: A Novel Method to Block Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Metastasis

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    2017-04-01

    Negative Breast Cancer Nicholas C. D’Amato1, Thomas J. Rogers1, Michael A. Gordon1, Lisa I. Greene1, Dawn R. Cochrane1, Nicole S. Spoelstra1, Travis G...cancer progression. Biochim Biophys Acta 2013;1833:3481–98. 10. Kamarajugadda S, Stemboroski L, Cai Q, Simpson NE, Nayak S, Tan M, et al. Glucose...4664. Published OnlineFirst September 11, 2015.Cancer Res Nicholas C. D’Amato, Thomas J. Rogers, Michael A. Gordon, et al. Metastasis in Triple

  17. Glycomic and sialoproteomic data of gastric carcinoma cells overexpressing ST3GAL4

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    Mereiter, Stefan; Magalhães, Ana; Adamczyk, Barbara

    2016-01-01

    Gastric carcinoma MKN45 cells stably transfected with the full-length ST3GAL4 gene were characterised by glycomic and sialoproteomic analysis. Complementary strategies were applied to assess the glycomic alterations induced by ST3GAL4 overexpression. The N- and O-glycome data were generated in two......-MS/MS identification was performed. This analysis identified 47 proteins with significantly increased sialylation. The data in this article is associated with the research article published in Biochim Biophys Acta "Glycomic analysis of gastric carcinoma cells discloses glycans as modulators of RON receptor tyrosine...... kinase activation in cancer" [1]....

  18. Actas de las Conferencias Sanitarias Internacionales (1851-1938.

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    Juan B. Mateos Jiménez

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available En este breve trabajo se pretende traer a la memoria el recuerdo de las «Conferencias Sanitarias Internacionales» que, en intervalos casi regulares, se celebraron desde 1851 hasta 1938, consistiendo en una serie de reuniones en las que participaron los más importantes sanitarios, higienistas y científicos de cada época, así como los embajadores correspondientes de los más importantes países, intentando unos acuerdos que fuesen conformes para todas las naciones y que evitasen la llegada y extensión de las enfermedades pestilenciales. Esta labor resultaba harto difícil en aquellos tiempos, dado que los participantes se encontraban divididos en dos grandes y potentes grupos: los contagionistas (partidarios de los cordones sanitarios, cuarentenas y lazaretos y los miasmáticos o anticontagionistas (que rechazaban estas medidas y defendían el pleno saneamiento: individual, ambiental y general. Los descubrimientos bacteriológicos que por entonces se fueron produciendo, facilitaron los caminos para un mejor entendimiento entre los participantes en las Conferencias. En este breve trabajo se ofrece un mínimo resumen del contenido de cada una de las mismas. Hay que destacar que estas Conferencias fueron el origen de la Organización Mundial de la Salud. Se mencionan algunas de las dificultades encontradas para conseguir las fotocopias de los textos de las 14 Actas de las Conferencias. Hasta ahora solamente existían en el mundo dos colecciones completas (originales y fotocopias una en la sede de la OMS en Ginebra y otra en la Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina en Bethesda, Md. (USA. Ahora también existen en España, en el Instituto de Salud Carlos III.

  19. Acta informatica medica is indexed in pubmed and archived in pubmed central.

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    Masic, Izet

    2013-03-01

    Acta Informatica Medica journal has been accepted for archiving in PubMed Central from 2011 onward. The journal started in 1993 as the official journal of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During the last 3 years, Acta Informatica Medica has een included in almost all prestigious online databases, including PubMed, Scopus and EMBASE. The 20th volume of the journal is fully international, with papers from 18 countries.

  20. Congenital mydriasis and prune belly syndrome in a child with an ACTA2 mutation.

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    Brodsky, Michael C; Turan, Kadriye Erkan; Khanna, Cheryl L; Patton, Alice; Kirmani, Salman

    2014-08-01

    We report the association of congenital mydriasis with prune belly syndrome and cerebrovascular anomalies in a 9-year-old boy who was found to have an ACTA2 mutation. This case illustrates the spectrum of systemic malformations that are attributable to mutations in ACTA2 and expands the spectrum of cerebrovascular anomalies that are now known to accompany congenital mydriasis. Copyright © 2014 American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  1. Beitraege zur Astronomiegeschichte, Band 5 (Acta Historica Astronomiae Vol. 18)

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    Duerbeck, H. W.; Dick, W. R.; Hamel, J.

    2003-01-01

    The 18th volume of the Acta Historica Astronomiae is at the same time the sixth collection of essays on the history of astronomy ("Beitræge zur Astronomiegeschichte, Band 6"), edited by the historians of astronomy W.R. Dick (Potsdam) and J. Hamel (Berlin). Besides a few short notices and book reviews, the book contains eight major articles, which deal with astronomical topics covering the time from the 16th to the 19th centuries. The first article by Michael Weichenhan (Berlin) deals with "the invention of the disk-shaped earth: a chapter of Copernican apologetics". The author shows that the concept of a "disc-shaped Earth" was by no means widespread in the middle ages, but restricted to the father of the church Lactantius and some adherents. Nevertheless, it was used by adherents of Copernicus to show the absurd consequences of a strictly literal biblical interpretation -- here concerning the Earth's shape, disc versus sphere, there the geocentric versus the heliocentric system. This thorough philosophical study is followed by two very short articles. "The measuring accuracy of Tycho's large sextant" by Johann Wünsch investigates O-C values of planet-star distances, as based on Tycho's observations as published in the Historia Coelestis (a compilation, which is also based on Tycho's manuscripts, and published in Regensburg in 1672). The result is that standard deviations are 80 arcseconds for Saturn and 89 arcseconds for Jupiter and Mars, an unexpectedly poor result in view of the general opinion that Tycho was famous for his precision work. "The astronomer Christoph Grienberger and the Galilei trial" by Franz Daxecker deals with a Jesuit astronomer who was both the disciple and successor of the mathematician-astronomer Christopher Clavius at the Collegium Romanum. While he was inclined to Galilei early on, he was forced to propagate Aristotelian doctrine. The brief article is very concise, but extremely tiresome to read (3 pages of pure text are embellished by

  2. Hydrogen-1 NMR relaxation time studies in membrane: anesthetic systems

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    Pinto, L.M.A.; Fraceto, L.; Paula, E. de; Franzoni, L.; Spisni, A.

    1997-01-01

    The study of local anesthetics'(LA) interaction with model phospholipid membranes is justified by the direct correlation between anesthetic's hydrophobicity and its potency/toxicity. By the same reason, uncharged LA species seems to play a crucial role in anesthesia. Most clinically used LA are small amphiphilics with a protonated amine group (pKa around 8). Although both charged (protonated) and uncharged forms can coexist at physiological pH, it has been shown (Lee, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 514:95, 1978; Screier et al. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 769:231, 1984) that the real anesthetic pka can be down-shifted, due to differential partition into membranes, increasing the ratio of uncharged species at pH 7.4. We have measured 1 H-NMR longitudinal relaxation times (T 1 ) for phospholipid and three local anesthetics (tetracaine, lidocaine, benzocaine), in sonicated vesicles at a 3:1 molar ratio. All the LA protons have shown smaller T 1 in this system than in isotropic phases, reflecting LA immobilization caused by insertion in the membrane. T 1 values for the lipid protons in the presence of LA were analyzed, in an attempt to identify specific LA:lipid contact regions. (author)

  3. Review of the Journal Acta Informatica Medica During Eight Year Period: 2008-2015.

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    Masic, Izet; Begic, Edin; Zunic, Lejla

    2016-04-01

    Acta Informatica Medica is official journal of the Academy for Medical Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina (from 2014 Acta Inform Med is published bimonthly). To evaluate journal "Acta Informatica Medica" in 2015 and compare findings to previous years. The study has retrospective and descriptive character, and included the period 2008-2015 (included 36 issues of journal). A total of 83 (average 13,8 articles per journal) articles were published in Acta Informatica Medica during 2015. Analyzing the type of articles, original articles are present in majority during 2015 (68,6%) (by analyzing last eight years, 310 (67,3%) were original). During 2015, 27,7% of articles were related to the applied of Health informatics in field of clinical medicine, 63,8% preclinical medicine and 8,5% to public health. Collaboration rate in 2015 was 0,84. Most often the time required for decision on acceptance of article in 2015 is between 50 and 60 days. Articles came from 16 countries. According to scimagojr.com for 2014, Acta Informatica Medica has SCImago Journal Rank 0,166, while Cites / Doc. (2 years) parameter (widely used as impact index) is 0,70. According to GoogleScholar, h5 index is 11 and h5 median is 19. We analyzed the Acta Informatica Medica by "Publish or Perish" software - H index was 14, g index was 19 and e-index was 10.39. Year after year the highest number of original articles are published. Although the period of revision of articles is acceptable, the period up to two months is certainly not long, the goal is to reduce this period. Although the magazine in mentioned field found its place, although it is indexed in numerous bases, including: PubMed, PubMed Central, SCOPUS, EMBASE, EBSCO, etc. The main goal for next year is that the magazine becomes part of the Web of Science. Imperative is further internationalization of the magazine.

  4. Priscilianistas: Actas del I Concilio de Toledo recopiladas por Bartolomé Carranza

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    Ruiz de Pablos, Francisco

    2001-06-01

    Full Text Available In the current article, the author provides some documents which demonstrate that Bartolomé Carranza, (Archbishop from Toledo was the first person who compiled the «Actas from the 1st Council of Toledo», against the theory sustained by Chadwick since 1978.

    En el presente artículo el autor aporta documentos que demuestran que Bartolomé Carranza, arzobispo de Toledo, fue el primer recopilador de las Actas del I Concilio de Toledo, en contra de la teoría sostenida por Chadwick desde 1978.

  5. Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica accepted for coverage in Thomson Reuters' Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).

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    Poljak, Mario; Miljković, Jovan; Triglav, Tina

    2016-09-01

    Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica (Acta Dermatovenerol APA) is the leading journal in dermatology and sexually transmitted infections in the region. Several important steps were taken during the last 25 years to improve the journal's quality, global visibility, and international impact. After a 1-year trial period, Thomson Reuters recently informed the editorial office that they had accepted Acta Dermatovenerol APA for coverage in Thomson Reuters' new index in the Web of Science Core Collection called the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The coverage of Acta Dermatovenerol APA begins with the journal content published online in 2016; that is, from volume 25 onwards.

  6. “Showing respect” in bible translation | van der Spuy | Acta Theologica

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  7. “Bond of love”: The action of the spirit | Williams | Acta Theologica

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  8. Twentieth-century English Bible translations | Naudé | Acta Theologica

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  9. Citation analysis of Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica: 1992-2011.

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    Ostrbenk, Anja; Skamperle, Mateja; Poljak, Mario

    2012-09-01

    Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica is small regional professional journal that started publishing in 1992. Despite the journal's relatively narrow readership, it has significantly improved its quality and global profile during the last 20 years, as shown in this citation analysis update. Since 1992, 654 bibliographical items have been published. Among these, 545 (83.4%) were considered WoS citable items and 109 (16.6%) WoS noncitable items. Since 2008, 90% of all published items have been considered WoS citable items and received an average of 1.9 citations per item. The predicted Acta Dermatovenerol APA impact factor calculated using data from a Cited Reference search of Thomson Scientific's Web of Science has shown steep and continuous increase since 2006, when the journal acquired full indexing status in Index Medicus/Medline, and has been above 0.5 since 2008.

  10. Acta Alexandrinorum: questionamento dos Alexandrinos às praticas imperiais romanas

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    Full Text Available The aim of this article is to illustrate the context of criticism and questioning towards the roman power in a documentation named by its editors as Acta Alexandrinorum. Through the analyses of common themes present in the selected texts, the main idea of is to investigate the initial motivation for the writing of the texts, that were spread as a kind of literary resistance of the Alexandrians towards the Empire in the II and III centuries.

  11. R179H mutation in ACTA2 expanding the phenotype to include prune-belly sequence and skin manifestations.

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    Richer, J; Milewicz, D M; Gow, R; de Nanassy, J; Maharajh, G; Miller, E; Oppenheimer, L; Weiler, G; O'Connor, M

    2012-03-01

    Mutations in ACTA2 (smooth muscle cell-specific isoform of α-actin) lead to a predisposition to thoracic aortic aneurysms and other vascular diseases. More recently, the ACTA2 R179H mutation has been described in individuals with global smooth muscle dysfunction. We report a patient heterozygous for the mutation in ACTA2 R179H who presented with megacystis at 13 weeks gestational age and, at birth, with prune-belly sequence. He also had deep skin dimples and creases on his palms and soles, a finding not previously described but possibly related to ACTA2. To our knowledge, this is the first report of the R179H mutation in ACTA2 in a child with prune-belly sequence. We think the R179H mutation in ACTA2 should be included in the differential diagnosis of individuals presenting with the sequence without an identified mechanical obstruction. Furthermore, as ACTA2 R179H has been reported in patients with severe vasculomyopathy and premature death, we recommend that molecular testing for this mutation be considered in fetuses presenting with fetal megacystis with a normal karyotype, particularly if the bladder diameter is 15 mm or more, to allow expectant parents to make an informed decision. Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  12. Autosomal dominant distal myopathy due to a novel ACTA1 mutation.

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    Liewluck, Teerin; Sorenson, Eric J; Walkiewicz, Magdalena A; Rumilla, Kandelaria M; Milone, Margherita

    2017-08-01

    Mutations in skeletal muscle α-actin 1-encoding gene (ACTA1) cause autosomal dominant or recessive myopathies with marked clinical and pathological heterogeneity. Patients typically develop generalized or limb-girdle pattern of weakness, but recently a family with scapuloperoneal myopathy was reported. We describe a father and 2 children with childhood-to-juvenile onset distal myopathy, carrying a novel dominant ACTA1 variant, c.757G>C (p.Gly253Arg). Father had delayed motor development and developed significant proximal weakness later in life; he was initially misdiagnosed as having spinal muscular atrophy based on electromyographic findings. His children had predominant anterior distal leg and finger extensor involvement. Nemaline rods were abundant on the daughter's biopsy, absent on the father's initial biopsy, and extremely rare on the father's subsequent biopsy a decade later. The father's second biopsy also showed myofibrillar pathology and rare fibers with actin filament aggregates. The present family expands the spectrum of actinopathy to include a distal myopathy. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  13. The ACTA PORT-score for predicting perioperative risk of blood transfusion for adult cardiac surgery.

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    Klein, A A; Collier, T; Yeates, J; Miles, L F; Fletcher, S N; Evans, C; Richards, T

    2017-09-01

    A simple and accurate scoring system to predict risk of transfusion for patients undergoing cardiac surgery is lacking. We identified independent risk factors associated with transfusion by performing univariate analysis, followed by logistic regression. We then simplified the score to an integer-based system and tested it using the area under the receiver operator characteristic (AUC) statistic with a Hosmer-Lemeshow goodness-of-fit test. Finally, the scoring system was applied to the external validation dataset and the same statistical methods applied to test the accuracy of the ACTA-PORT score. Several factors were independently associated with risk of transfusion, including age, sex, body surface area, logistic EuroSCORE, preoperative haemoglobin and creatinine, and type of surgery. In our primary dataset, the score accurately predicted risk of perioperative transfusion in cardiac surgery patients with an AUC of 0.76. The external validation confirmed accuracy of the scoring method with an AUC of 0.84 and good agreement across all scores, with a minor tendency to under-estimate transfusion risk in very high-risk patients. The ACTA-PORT score is a reliable, validated tool for predicting risk of transfusion for patients undergoing cardiac surgery. This and other scores can be used in research studies for risk adjustment when assessing outcomes, and might also be incorporated into a Patient Blood Management programme. © The Author 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the British Journal of Anaesthesia. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.com

  14. Calumenin interacts with serum amyloid P component

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    Vorum, H; Jacobsen, Christian; Honoré, Bent

    2000-01-01

    We recently reported the identification of human calumenin, a novel Ca(2+) binding, transformation-sensitive and secreted protein [Vorum et al. (1998) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1386, 121-131; Vorum et al. (1999) Exp. Cell Res. 248, 473-481] belonging to the family of multiple EF-hand proteins...... with calumenin in the presence of Ca(2+). Amino acid sequencing identified this protein as serum amyloid P component (SAP). Furthermore, we verified and characterized the calumenin-SAP interaction by the surface plasmon resonance technique. The findings indicate that calumenin may participate...... in the immunological defense system and could be involved in the pathological process of amyloidosis that leads to formation of amyloid deposits seen in different types of tissues. Udgivelsesdato: 2000-Jan-14...

  15. Interaction of butylated hydroxyanisole with mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation.

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    Fusi, F; Sgaragli, G; Murphy, M P

    1992-03-17

    The antioxidant, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), has a number of effects on mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation. In this study we apply the novel approach developed by Brand (Brand MD, Biochim Biophys Acta 1018: 128-133, 1990) to investigate the site of action of BHA on oxidative phosphorylation in rat liver mitochondria. Using this approach we show that BHA increases the proton leak through the mitochondrial inner membrane and that it also inhibits the delta p (proton motive force across the mitochondrial inner membrane) generating system, but has no effect on the phosphorylation system. This demonstrates that compounds having pleiotypic effects on mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation in vitro can be analysed and their many effects distinguished. This approach is of general use in analysing many other compounds of pharmacological interest which interact with mitochondria. The implications of these results for the mechanism of interaction of BHA with mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation are discussed.

  16. Elsevier’s CiteScore index values for Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica: a 2016 update

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    Šterbenc, Anja; Oštrbenk, Anja

    2017-09-01

    Elsevier’s recently launched citation metric CiteScore enables comprehensive, transparent, and current evaluation of a journal’s performance. For an editorial office, insight into a journal’s impact over time is of great value when making important decisions regarding the journal’s future. A 2016 update of CiteScore index values for Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adri- atica (Acta Dermatovenerol APA) showed a slight decrease in the CiteScore index value from 1.18 in 2015 to 0.96 in 2016. Acta Dermatovenerol APA can still be considered the principal journal in the field of dermatology and sexually transmitted infections in our region, with almost half of the articles published between 2013 and 2015 cited at least once in 2016. Acta Dermatovenerol APA performed well in both categories listed because it ranked 67th out of 121 journals in the category Dermatology (44th percentile) and 175th out of 250 journals in the category Infectious Diseases (30th percentile).

  17. Vergifnis in die gebed van Daniël (Dan. 9:4-19) | O'Kennedy | Acta ...

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    Everyone is guilty - the guilt is not placed on a certain person or king (cf. v. 7); (4) Forgiveness is meant for the "international" Israel and not limited to a specific geographical area. Keywords: Ou Testament, Gebed, Vergifnis, Daniel 9: 4-19, Old Testament, Prayer, Forgiveness Acta Theologica Vol.22(1) 2003: 135-149.

  18. TetR-dependent gene regulation in intracellular Listeria monocytogenes demonstrates the spatiotemporal surface distribution of ActA.

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    Schmitter, Sibylle; Fieseler, Lars; Klumpp, Jochen; Bertram, Ralph; Loessner, Martin J

    2017-08-01

    To enable specific and tightly controlled gene expression both in vitro and during the intracellular lifecycle of the pathogen Listeria monocytogenes, a TetR-dependent genetic induction system was developed. Highest concentration of cytoplasmic TetR and best repression of tetO-controlled genes was obtained by tetR expression from the synthetic promoter Pt 17 . Anhydrotetracycline (ATc) as inducer permitted concentration-dependent, fine-tuned expression of genes under control of the tetO operator and a suitable promoter. The actin-polymerizing ActA protein represents a major virulence factor of L. monocytogenes, required for actin-based motility and cell-to-cell spread in infected host cells. To be able to observe its spatial and temporal distribution on intracellular L. monocytogenes cells, conditional mutants featuring actA placed under TetR control were used to infect PtK2 epithelial cells. Following induction at different time intervals, the subsequent recruitment of actin by L. monocytogenes could be monitored. We found that cells displayed functional ActA after approximately 15 min, while formation of polarized actin tail was complete after 90-120 min. At this point, intracellular motility of the induced mutants was indistinguishable from wild-type bacteria. Interestingly, de novo ActA synthesis in intracellular Listeria also demonstrated the temporal, asymmetric redistribution of the membrane-anchored proteins from the lateral walls toward the cell poles. © 2017 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  19. Gender analysis of papers published in ACTAS ESPANOLAS DE PSIQUIATRIA (1999-2006).

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    Alonso-Arroyo, A; González-Alcaide, G; Bolaños Pizarro, M; Castelló Cogollos, L; Valderrama-Zurián, J C; Aleixandre-Benavent, R

    2008-01-01

    The governments and organizations responsible for scientific policies try to encourage equality of gender, among their priorities that of obtaining equal participation and full integration of women in all aspects of the scientific profession. The study analyzes the scientific production of women in the areas of Psychiatry by means of the bibliometric study of the papers published in ACTAS ESPANOLAS DE PSIQUIATRIA. A total of 458 papers published from 1999- 2006 period were downloaded from the Science Citation Index-Expanded database, these including original research papers, review articles and clinical cases. A bibliometric study broken down by gender was carried out to determine the existence or inequalities between men and women regarding scientific productivity, type of document, order of author signatures, on the institutional and geographical level. The papers were published by 1,194 different authors. The gender of 977 authors was identified, 587 (60.08%) men and 390 (39.92%) women. The percentage of women authorship has risen from 29.92% in 1999 to 38.86% in 2006. A total of 42.92% of authors having one published article were women, while (those with more than nine articles) only accounted for 33%. Bibliometric studies on scientific activity provide essential information to promote gender equality. An annual increase over 1% in the number of female authors in the journal has been observed, which if it continues will lead to a parity in coming years.

  20. The Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (1877–1888 from the Perspective of its British Collaborators

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    Annamária Codău

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    Full Text Available Within a contemporary Hungarian literary discourse that emphasized national values, the first international journal of comparative literature, Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (ACLU proved quite incomprehensible. I therefore argue that ACLU’s aims and constant struggles are better understood from the viewpoint of its authors originating from beyond Hungary, such as that held by the English collaborator, E. D. Butler. A librarian at the British Museum whose interest in antiquarianism and orientalism may have fueled his involvement in ACLU’s translation projects, Butler can be considered one of the most important channels for propagating Hungarian literature in England. A comparison of Hungarian and English perspectives reveals how differently ACLU’S goals were interpreted, how comparative literature and Hungarian Studies/Hungarology were balanced according to the project proposed by the journal’s editors, Meltzl and Brassai. This analysis further examines how this negotiation surrounding the journal’s interpretation came to determine the early period of institutional comparative literature. Similarly, the Hungarian and English press’s reactions to this project reveal the paradoxical position ACLU occupied; for Hungarians, ACLU was not “Hungarian” enough, while it was precisely this “Hungarianness” that attracted the English. My paper discusses the underlying reasons for this situation by examining how Hungarians, the English and ACLU addressed questions in folklore, Hungarian and comparative literature studies, thereby providing additional insight into the journal’s concept of world literature and its anthropological approach.

  1. Intellectual Property and the Tourism Industry: From ACTA Protests towards a Restrictive Interpretation of Innovation Regulations

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    Speriusi-Vlad Alin

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available In 2012 became reality James Boyle’s desire exposed in his essay from 1997 regarding a politics of intellectual property concerning the great deal of attention that must be paid to the Intellectual Property. At that time Boyle was disappointed by the lack of attention from lawyers, scholars, legal academics and the media for the Clinton administration’s proposal for copyright on the Net, a document that provided the blueprint of domestic and international regulatory efforts to expand intellectual property rights. Certainly this was not the case with ACTA where the public media forced by the private citizen’s protests tried to weight both the benefits and the costs of the new protection standards brought by the new international convention. After those moments Intellectual Property regulations are no more an esoteric and arcane field, something that is only interesting and comprehensible to the practitioners in the field, but a matter of public interests like the environment which arouse the attention of all the persons. In this way we all become aware that intellectual property radiates beyond the legal frame and interferes with several aspects of our lives, including our free time and the tourism consequently.

  2. Generation of an efficient artificial promoter of bovine skeletal muscle α-actin gene (ACTA1) through addition of cis-acting element.

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    Hu, Qian; Tong, Huili; Zhao, Dandan; Cao, Yunkao; Zhang, Weiwei; Chang, Shuwei; Yang, Yu; Yan, Yunqin

    2015-03-01

    The promoter of skeletal muscle α-actin gene (ACTA1) is highly muscle specific. The core of the bovine ACTA1 promoter extends from +29 to -233, about 262 base pairs (bp), which is sufficient to activate transcription in bovine muscle satellite cells. In this study, analysis by PCR site-specific mutagenesis showed that the cis-acting element SRE (serum response element binding factor) was processed as a transcriptional activator. In order to enhance the bovine ACTA1 promoter's activity, we used a strategy to modify it. We cloned a fragment containing three SREs from the promoter of ACTA1, and then one or two clones were linked upstream of the core promoter (262 bp) of ACTA1. One and two clones increased the activity of the ACTA1 promoter 3-fold and 10-fold, respectively, and maintained muscle tissue specificity. The modified promoter with two clones could increase the level of ACTA1 mRNA and protein 4-fold and 1.1-fold, respectively. Immunofluorescence results showed that green fluorescence of ACTA1 increased. Additionally, the number of total muscle microfilaments increased. These genetically engineered promoters might be useful for regulating gene expression in muscle cells and improving muscle mass in livestock.

  3. Analysis of historical articles published in Actas Urológicas Españolas.

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    Pérez-Albacete, M

    On the 40th anniversary of the edition of Actas Urológicas Españolas, we assess the articles on history to determine the proportion represented, analysing the study subjects and their relevance, getting to know the authors, the main study centres and the interest that the studies offer for understanding the specialty. We extracted as many subjects of historic content from the journal as were published between January 1976 and December 2016. There were 103 historical studies representing 3% of the total number of articles, with a mean of 2.57 articles published annually, written by 127 separate urologists. As first author, there were 59 articles, and as coauthors, there were 68. The main activity came from 21 of the main university hospitals in Spain, and 43 of the articles were personal articles signed by a single individual. Their content mainly covers the facts of Spanish urology from the Renaissance to the 20th century, with special emphasis on the profile of Spanish specialists. Data on 22 of these specialists are provided in 37 articles. The evolution of diagnostic and treatment procedures, both medical and surgical, are well reflected, as are a number of diseases. Most of the studies are personal works of historical research and represent 3% of the total number of articles. As a whole, the quality is high, and the articles provide data with interesting details and useful reviews, giving them considerable value, as well as forming a precious compendium for the understanding of the history of Spanish urology. These articles are highly recommended reading. Copyright © 2017 AEU. Publicado por Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  4. Book Review: Beitraege zur Astronomiegeschichte, Band 5 (Acta Historica Astronomiae Vol. 15)

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    Duerbeck, H. W.; Dick, W. R.; Hamel, J.

    2002-12-01

    The 15th volume of the Acta Historica Astronomiae is at the same time the fifth collection of essays on the history of astronomy (Beitraege zur Astronomiegeschichte, Band 5), edited by the historians of astronomy W.R. Dick (Potsdam) and J. Hamel (Berlin). Besides a few short notices and book reviews, the book contains 11 major articles, which deal with astronomical topics covering the time from the 16th to the 20th centuries. The first article, on the analysis and interpretation of historical horoscopes as a source of the history of science, is based on the inaugural lecture of its author, Guenther Oestmann. After a general introduction, which deals with the principles of horoscope making, the author discusses the horoscope of Count Heinrich Ranzau (1526-1598), the Danish governor of Schleswig-Holstein, who was a friend of Tycho Brahe. Oestmann shows that the astronomical-mathematical basis of such a horoscope can be reconstructed and interpreted. However, it is hardly possible to gain an insight in the process how the interpretation of a horoscope was done in detail. The second and third articles, by Franz Daxecker, deal with Athanasius Kircher and Christoph Scheiner, two catholic astronomers of the 17th century. Kircher's Organum Mathematicum is a calculating device that can be used in the fields of arithmetic, geometry, chronology, astronomy, astrology and others. The author provides extracts of the description of the Organum taken from a book by Caspar Schott, which deal with chronology and astronomy. A photograph of the Organum indicates that this tool consists of a set of tables glued on wooden or cardboard, but details of its contents and applications remain pretty obscure for the reader - a few elaborated examples would have been helpful. The second paper deals with the life of Christoph Scheiner SJ, the co-discoverer of sunspots (next to Galileo), after leaving Rome in 1633 - the year of the Galileo trial. Scheiner spent his later years in the Austrian and

  5. A.C.T.A. and the effects of the agreement on the on-line marketing strategies

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available This article presents the most controversial and discussed treaty over the last period and its consequences on the marketing strategies of different companies in fields such as the movie industry, the music industry and the publishing domain. The A.C.T.A. treaty was signed by over 27 countries, and brings up positive effects upon the strategies of those companies which suffer losses from piracy and counterfeiting of intellectual property rights. The paper reflects the changes that the treaty can bring especially to the online marketing strategies of the biggest movie studios and music production labels.

  6. An α-smooth muscle actin (acta2/αsma zebrafish transgenic line marking vascular mural cells and visceral smooth muscle cells.

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    Full Text Available Mural cells of the vascular system include vascular smooth muscle cells (SMCs and pericytes whose role is to stabilize and/or provide contractility to blood vessels. One of the earliest markers of mural cell development in vertebrates is α smooth muscle actin (acta2; αsma, which is expressed by pericytes and SMCs. In vivo models of vascular mural cell development in zebrafish are currently lacking, therefore we developed two transgenic zebrafish lines driving expression of GFP or mCherry in acta2-expressing cells. These transgenic fish were used to trace the live development of mural cells in embryonic and larval transgenic zebrafish. acta2:EGFP transgenic animals show expression that largely mirrors native acta2 expression, with early pan-muscle expression starting at 24 hpf in the heart muscle, followed by skeletal and visceral muscle. At 3.5 dpf, expression in the bulbus arteriosus and ventral aorta marks the first expression in vascular smooth muscle. Over the next 10 days of development, the number of acta2:EGFP positive cells and the number of types of blood vessels associated with mural cells increases. Interestingly, the mural cells are not motile and remain in the same position once they express the acta2:EGFP transgene. Taken together, our data suggests that zebrafish mural cells develop relatively late, and have little mobility once they associate with vessels.

  7. Twenty years of society of medical informatics of b&h and the journal acta informatica medica.

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    Masic, Izet

    2012-03-01

    In 2012, Health/Medical informatics profession celebrates five jubilees in Bosnia and Herzegovina: a) Thirty five years from the introduction of the first automatic manipulation of data; b) Twenty five years from establishing Society for Medical Informatics BiH; c) Twenty years from establishing scientific and professional journal of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Acta Informatica Medica"; d) Twenty years from establishing first Cathdra for Medical Informatics on biomedical faculties in Bosnia and Herzegovina and e) Ten years from the introduction of "Distance learning" in medical curriculum. All of the five mentioned activities in the area of Medical informatics had special importance and gave appropriate contribution in the development of Health/Medical informatics in Bosnia And Herzegovina.

  8. Thirty-two years of Acta Neophilologica - with gratitude to its founder and editor Professor Janez Stanonik

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    Mirko Jurak

    2000-12-01

    Full Text Available In spring this year Professor Janez Stanonik decided to retire as the Editor of the scholarly journal Acta Neophilologica, which he founded in 1968 and edited for thirty-two years. I endeavoured to help him with the material side of the journal from the very beginning until1995; since then this task has been performed by the present Associate Editor. At the time when Janez Stanonik began publishing this journal, his main aim was to make our research work in Western European and American literature better known to scholars all over the world. However, in a few years' time the journal also became open to scholars from other countries and other fields, particularly in areas connected with Slovene literature and culture, Slovene immigrant literature, and linguistics. I believe that this approach gave the journal a new openness and that it enriched its quality, therefore I intend to follow this policy in the future too.

  9. La revista Acta Universitaria: su Trayectoria a Diez años de su Publicación Inicial

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    Esperanza R. Vargas Pacheco

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available In the latter part of the XIX century Don Vicente Fernández, professor of the Colegio del Estado, proposed that a journal should be edited covering scientific themes such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, zoology, botany, mineralogy and astronomy. His idea became a reality when in 1991 the Universidad de Guanajuato edited a journal,Acta Universitaria, with the characteristics that he had proposed. Ever since 17 issues have been published containing articles that come from different disciplines including sciences, social sciences, humanities, business and economics. A great number of these articles have been contributions of professors in the areas of agriculture, biology, chemistry, physics, medicine and engineering. In addition, other topics covered have been philosophy and other humanities. In the present article the evolution of the journal is examined to determine how many national and international articles have been published in the journal and the contribution of the academic units of the Universidad de Guanajuato as well. Desde fines del siglo XIX Don Vicente Fernández, profesor del Colegio del Estado propuso que se editara una publicación periódica que versara sobre temas científicos como Matemáticas, Física, Química, Zoología, Botánica, Mineralogía y Astronomía. A partir de 1991 la Universidad de Guanajuato edita una revista con tal propósito que es Acta Universitaria. De esta publicación se han editado con el presente 17 números que contienen artículos en las distintas áreas del conocimiento, incluyendo las científicas, sociales, humanísticas y económico-administrativas. De los artículos publicados la mayor parte han sido contribuciones de profesores del área de ciencias agrícolas, biología, química, física, médicas e ingenierías. Aunque también existe una aportación importante de filosofía y en general de las humanidades. Se revisa la revista y su evolución analizando cuantas y que instituciones

  10. Coverage of Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica in Elsevier's CiteScore index: a new tool for measuring the citation impact of academic journals.

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    Poljak, Mario

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    In December 2016, Elsevier launched a new tool that helps measure the citation impact of academic journals, called the CiteScore index. The CiteScore index values for 2015 confirmed the status of Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica (Acta Dermatovenerol APA) as the leading journal in dermatology and sexually transmitted infections in the region. Sixty-five articles published in Acta Dermatovenerol APA from 2012 to 2014 received a total of 77 citations in 2015, resulting in a CiteScore index value of 1.18 for the journal. More than half of the articles published from 2012 to 2014 received at least one citation in 2015. Acta Dermatovenerol APA performed well in all three categories listed because it is ranked 384th out of 1,549 journals in the category General Medicine (75th percentile), 53rd out of 122 journals in the category Dermatology (56th percentile), and 142nd out of 246 journals in the category Infectious Diseases (42nd percentile).

  11. Sensitive detection and separation of fluorescent derivatives using capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection with 532nm Nd:YAG laser

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    Vrabel, Patrik; Taborsky, Petr; Ryvolova, Marketa; Havel, Josef; Preisler, Jan

    2006-01-01

    Capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection (CELIF) is a powerful tool for separation and sensitive determination of fluorescent species. Biologically active compounds, such as amino acids, peptides and proteins may exhibit native fluorescence, which is however often low and/or an expensive laser is required for excitation in UV. Therefore, labelling of the analytes with a fluorescent dye is usually necessary. In this work, a home-built CELIF instrument with diode pumped frequency-doubled continuous wave Nd:YAG excitation laser with feedback power regulation (532nm) was constructed. The suitability of this type of laser for LIF detection in a separation method was found excellent. A limit of detection (LOD) (S/N=3) of 2x10 -13 mol/l was achieved with rhodamine B, which is comparable to those obtained using similar instruments with Ar + laser [Y.F. Cheng, N.J. Dovichi, Science 242 (1988) 562, E.S. Yeung et al., J. Chromatogr. 608 (1992) 73]. LOD of a protein derivatized according to modified procedures [M.J. Little et al., Anal. Chim. Acta 339 (1997) 279, A. Chersi et al., Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1336 (1997) 83] was determined. Detection of the derivatives was found to be limited by insufficient reaction recovery at low analyte concentration, chemical noise, separation efficiency and quality of the derivatizing reagent rather than by the detector performance. As a consequence, a huge gap between the detection ability of CELIF instruments and LOD determined in real samples is revealed

  12. A Novel Regulatory Mechanism of Smooth Muscle α-Actin Expression by NRG-1/circACTA2/miR-548f-5p Axis.

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    Sun, Yan; Yang, Zhan; Zheng, Bin; Zhang, Xin-Hua; Zhang, Man-Li; Zhao, Xue-Shan; Zhao, Hong-Ye; Suzuki, Toru; Wen, Jin-Kun

    2017-09-01

    Neuregulin-1 (NRG-1) includes an extracellular epidermal growth factor-like domain and an intracellular domain (NRG-1-ICD). In response to transforming growth factor-β1, its cleavage by proteolytic enzymes releases a bioactive fragment, which suppresses the vascular smooth muscle cell (VSMC) proliferation by activating ErbB (erythroblastic leukemia viral oncogene homolog) receptor. However, NRG-1-ICD function in VSMCs remains unknown. Here, we characterize the function of NRG-1-ICD and underlying mechanisms in VSMCs. Immunofluorescence staining, Western blotting, and quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction showed that NRG-1 was expressed in rat, mouse, and human VSMCs and was upregulated and cleaved in response to transforming growth factor-β1. In the cytoplasm of HASMCs (human aortic smooth muscle cells), the NRG-1-ICD participated in filamentous actin formation by interacting with α-SMA (smooth muscle α-actin). In the nucleus, the Nrg-1-ICD induced circular ACTA2 (alpha-actin-2; circACTA2) formation by recruitment of the zinc-finger transcription factor IKZF1 (IKAROS family zinc finger 1) to the first intron of α-SMA gene. We further confirmed that circACTA2, acting as a sponge binding microRNA (miR)-548f-5p, interacted with miR-548f-5p targeting 3' untranslated region of α-SMA mRNA, which in turn relieves miR-548f-5p repression of the α-SMA expression and thus upregulates α-SMA expression, thereby facilitating stress fiber formation and cell contraction in HASMCs. Accordingly, in vivo studies demonstrated that the localization of the interaction of circACTA2 with miR-548f-5p is significantly decreased in human intimal hyperplastic arteries compared with normal arteries, implicating that dysregulation of circACTA2 and miR-548f-5p expression is involved in intimal hyperplasia. These results suggest that circACTA2 mediates NRG-1-ICD regulation of α-SMA expression in HASMCs via the NRG-1-ICD/circACTA2/miR-548f-5p axis. Our data provide a molecular

  13. Acta Structilia: Editorial Policies

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  18. Genetics Home Reference: palmoplantar keratoderma with deafness

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  19. Marine Bioinorganic Chemistry Workshop Held in Heron Island on 28 June - 2nd July 1989

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    Vilter, H. Phytochemistry, 1984, 23, 1387-1390. 2. Vilter, H. Botanica Marina, 1983, 26, 451-455. 3. Wever, R., Plat, H. and De Boer, E., Biochim. Biophys...and DSc (1977) Vf degrees from the University of Melbourne, where he held teaching and research positions. His major research interests involve the

  20. Acta Cirúrgica Brasileira. Visibilidade e acessibilidade da produção científica na área da cirurgia experimental

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    Full Text Available A visibilidade da ciência divulgada pela Acta Cirúrgica Brasileira é analisada ao longo da trajetória de 15 anos de publicação ininterrupta, durante a qual foi mantida a periodicidade proposta. Com isto obteve os créditos necessários, para ser selecionada por autores nacionais e estrangeiros que publicaram 116 artigos no primeiro qüinqüênio (1986-1990, 170 no segundo qüinqüênio (1991-1995 e 190 no terceiro qüinqüênio (1996-2000 e também para ser inserida na Base LILACS desde 1987. A partir de maio de 1998 foi credenciada, entre os periódicos brasileiros da área da saúde, para ser incorporada ao Projeto SciELO Brasil. Os indicadores da Base SciELO permitem avaliar a posição da ACTA quanto às características formais de publicação revelando a qualidade científica por meio dos relatórios de uso do "site", acesso aos artigos e às revistas citantes. Análises cienciométricas são realizadas para avaliar a visibilidade e acessibilidade da literatura científica publicada na ACTA.

  1. [Bibliometric study of Actas Dermo-sifiliográficas (1984-2003) III. Analysis of bibliographic impact factors].

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    Miralles, Julia; Ramos, José M; Ballester, Rosa; Belinchón, Isabel; Sevila, Amparo; Moragón, Manuel

    2005-11-01

    To quantify the impact factor of the journal Actas Dermo-Sifiliográficas (AD) from 1986 to 1990 and from 1999 to 2003 and to identify the journal's citation pattern in those years. Citations obtained by AD in the periods from 1985-1990 and 1998-2003 for articles published from 1984 to 1989 and from 1997 to 2002 were collected using Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI). The number of times AD was cited doubled during the second period, increasing from 38 (period from 1985-1990) to 76 (period from 1998-2003). Considering the number of citations, AD's impact factor increased from 0.016 in 1986 to 0.040 in 2003. In both periods, citations corresponding to AD articles were included in a wide range of source journals, mainly dermatological publications abroad. The most referred journals in the second period were the Dutch publication Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (13 citations) and the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (12 citations). Unlike the period from 1985 to 1990 when no Spanish journal cited AD, four Spanish publications mentioned AD in the second period: Revista clínica española (6 citations), Archivos de bronconeumología (4 citations), Medicina clínica (3 citations) and the journal Enfermedades infecciosas y microbiología clínica (1 citation). Citations mainly corresponded to articles published by Spanish authors (63.2 % in the 1985-1990 period and 81.6 % in the period from 1998 to 2003). Self-citation increased from 10.5 % (first period) to 31.6 % (second period). The impact factor of AD is low and not comparable to other publications included in the Dermatology and Venereal Diseases field from SCI. Our results confirm the low citation rate of AD by source journals in this repertory. However, the increase of this rate in recent years seems to indicate a higher Spanish presence in SCI due to an increasing number of publications corresponding to Spanish authors in international journals and the inclusion of

  2. BOOK REVIEW: Astronomie von Olbers bis Schwarzschild. Nationale Entwicklungen und internationale Beziehungen im 19. Jahrhundert (Acta Historica Astronomiae Vol. 16)

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    Sterken, C.; Dick, W. R.; Hamel, J.

    2002-12-01

    The 14th volume of the Acta Historica Astronomiae is the Proceedings of a Colloquium International Relationships in Astronomy (in German) organised by the History of Astronomy Section of the Astronomische Gesellschaft held on September 18 in Lilienthal, Germany. The book contains 13 articles on astronomical topics covering the 19th and 20th centuries. The first paper is by Guenther Oestmann and deals with contemporary assessments of Johann Hieronymus Schroeter's (1745-1816) astronomical works and with later judgements of the scientific importance and significance of his observations as seen by astronomers and historians. This report is complemented by a second article on Schroeter's 25-ft reflector in Lilienthal near Bremen. To this end, author Felix Luehning has constructed a scale model of the telescope, and shows how the building of a model brings a deeper understanding of function and handling of this instrument. This brings us to a third paper on telescope building in Lilienthal: Hans-Joachim Leue describes the cooperation of Johann Hieronymus Schroeter and Johann Gottlieb Schrader in developing a white reflecting metal alloy for use as telescope mirror. The fourth article, by Klaus Schillinger, describes on the basis of archival documents the aquisition history of the Herschel telescopes, including telescope quality check, repair and building. Memorial sites referring to Wilhelm Olbers, Johann Hieronymus Schroeter, Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel and Carl Friedrich Gauss are described by Arno Langkavel in two walks outlined in the very last paper of this book. Peter Brosche, in the fifth paper, discusses the rediscovery of Ceres in December1801, a discovery that was the result of the combined efforts of a theoretician (Gauss) and an observer (Zach). Juergen Hamel's paper is based on previously unused archival sources and discusses the outstanding role played by H. C. Schumacher (1780-1850, editor of the Astronomische Nachrichten) in the communication between

  3. Christo Deltshev & Pavel Stoev (eds) (2006): European Arachnology 2005, Acta zoologica bulgaria, Suppl. No. 1; Proceedings of the 22nd European Colloquium of Arachnology, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 1-6 August 2005

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    book review: Christo Deltshev & Pavel Stoev (eds) (2006): European Arachnology 2005, Acta zoologica bulgaria, Suppl. No. 1; Proceedings of the 22nd European Colloquium of Arachnology, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 1-6 August 2005

  4. For a better visibility: changes in notes for contributors Acta Scientiarum. Technology - doi: 10.4025/actascitechnol.v34i1.15289

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    Full Text Available O Fator de Impacto de 2009 da Acta Scientiarum. Technology pelo JCR foi 0,276 e o de 2010 é 0,150. O Objetivo da revista é adquirir maior visibilidade tanto Nacional como Internacional. Nesse contexto, o Conselho Editorial da revista Acta Scientiarum. Technology modificou as normas de submissão a partir de setembro de 2011 (Os artigos submetidos deverão ser em inglês. Os autores devem providenciar uma versão com qualidade. A revista recomenda que oitenta porcento (80% das referências sejam de artigos listados na base ISI Web of Knowledge ou SCOPUS com menos de 10 anos. Recomenda-se dar preferência as citações de artigos internacionais. Não serão aceitos nas referências citações de dissertações, teses, monografias, anais, resumos, resumos expandidos, jornais, magazines e boletins técnicos. Recomenda-se evitar documentos eletrônicos.

  5. Modulation of the transducer function of Na+,K+-ATPase: new mechanism of heart remodeling.

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    Lopatina, Ekaterina V; Kipenko, Anna V; Pasatetskaya, Natalia A; Penniyaynen, Valentina A; Krylov, Boris V

    2016-10-01

    Endogenous digitalis-like factors were found in the mammalian and human blood. It was the starting point for the elucidation of the new non-pumping function of the Na + ,K + -ATPase. It was previously well known that Na + ,K + -ATPase is a pharmacological target receptor for cardiac glycosides (J.C. Skou. 1957. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 23: 394-401). We have investigated the trophotropic effects of such agents as ouabain, epinephrine, norepinephrine, atenolol, and comenic acid using the organotypic tissue culture combined with the reconstruction of optical cross sections and confocal microscopy. It was shown that the growth zone of organotypic culture forms a multidimensional structure. Our results indicate that the cardiac glycoside ouabain applied in endogenous concentrations (10 -8 , 10 -10 mol/L) can modulate transducer function of Na + ,K + -ATPase and control the cell growth and proliferation. It was also shown that Src-kinase is involved in "endogenous" ouabain activated intracellular pathways as a series unit. Epinephrine (10 -9 -10 -14 mol/L) and comenic acid (10 -6 -10 -10 mol/L) were demonstrated to modulate the growth of 10- to 12-day-old chicken embryo cardiac tissue explants in a dose-dependent manner. Epinephrine and comenic acid regulate growth and proliferation of the cardiac tissue via receptor-mediated modulation Na + ,K + -ATPase as a signal transducer. The trophotropic effects of the investigated agents specifically control the heart remodeling phenomenon.

  6. Regulation of renal function and structure by the signaling Na/K-ATPase.

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    Xie, Jeffrey X; Li, Xin; Xie, Zijian

    2013-12-01

    The Na/K-ATPase as an essential ion pump was discovered more than 50 years ago (Skou (1989) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1000, 439-446; Feraille and Doucet (2001) Physiol. Rev. 81, 345-418). The signaling function of Na/K-ATPase has been gradually appreciated over the last 20 years, first from the studies of regulatory effects of ouabain on cardiac cell growth. Several reviews on this topic have been written during the last few years (Schoner and Scheiner-Bobis (2007) Am. J. Physiol. Cell. Physiol. 293, C509-C536; Xie and Cai (2003) Mol. Interv. 3, 157 - 168; Bagrov et al. (2009) Pharmacol. Rev. 61, 9-38; Tian and Xie (2008) Physiology 23, 205-211; Fontana et al. (2013) FEBS J. 280, 5450-5455; Blanco and Wallace (2013) Am. J. Physiol. Renal Physiol. 305, F797-F812). This article will focus on the molecular mechanism of Na/K-ATPase-mediated signal transduction and its potential regulatory role in renal physiology and diseases. © 2013 International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

  7. The relationship between the connecting peptide of recombined single chain insulin and its biological function

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    ., Harvey, T. S., Camphell, I. D., Solution structure of human insulin-like growth factor I: a nuclear magnetic resonance and restrained molecular dynamics study, Biochemistry, 1991, 30: 5484-5491.[13]Baker, E. N., Blundell, T. L., Cutfield, J. F. et al., The structure of 2Zn pig insulin crystals at 1.5A resolution, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., 1988, B 319: 369-456.[14]Kobayashi, Y., Nishimura, S., Ohkubo, T. et al., Solution structure of human insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I), in Peptide 1990 (eds. Giralt, E., Andreu, D.), Leiden: ESCOM Science Publishers B. V., 1991, 565-567.[15]Wang, P., Cai, R. R., Feng, Y. M. et al., Studies on insulin/IGF-1 hybrid and IGF-1 growth-promoting functional region, IUBMB Life, 2000, 49: 321-325.[16]Zhang, Y. S., Hu, H. M., Cai, R. R. et al., Secretory expression of a single-chain insulin precursor in yeast and its conversion into human insulin, Science in China, Ser. C, 1996, 39(3): 225-233.[17]Sambrook, J., Fritsch, E. F., Maniatis, T., Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual, 2nd ed., New York: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1989.[18]Sanger, F., Nicklen, S., Coulson, A. R., DNA sequencing with chain-terminating inhibitors, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 1977, 74: 5463-5467.[19]Lowrey, O. H., Rosebrough, N. O., Farr, A. L. et al., Protein measurement with the follin-phenol reagent, J. Biol. Chem., 1951, 193: 265-275.[20]Feng, Y. M., Zhu, J. H., Zhang, X. T. et al., Studies on the mechanism of insulin action VIII. The insulin receptor on the membrane of the human placenta, Acta Biochim. Biophys. Sin., 1982, 14: 137-143.[21]Chen, H., Feng, Y. M., Hydrophilic Thr can replace the hydrophobic and absolutely conservative A3Val in insulin, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1998, 1429: 69-73.[22]Zhang, X., Xia, S. L., Tomooka, Y. et al., A new assay system for the cell growth promoting effects of insulin and growth factors, Acta Biochim. Biophys. Sin., 1995, 27: 487-492.[23]Ma, J. G., Li, M. Y., Zhen, J. M

  8. 2-D Difference in gel electrophoresis combined with Pro-Q Diamond staining: a successful approach for the identification of kinase/phosphatase targets.

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    Orsatti, Laura; Forte, Eleonora; Tomei, Licia; Caterino, Marianna; Pessi, Antonello; Talamo, Fabio

    2009-07-01

    The protein tyrosine phosphatase PRL-3 is an appealing therapeutic cancer target for its well described involvement in the metastasis progression. Nevertheless, very little is known about PRL-3 role in tumorigenesis. In the attempt to identify the protein target of this phosphatase we have devised a model system based on the use of highly invasive HCT116 colon cancer cells over-expressing PRL-3. We used 2-D difference gel electrophoresis combined with the fluorescence staining Pro-Q Diamond selective for phosphorylated proteins to monitor changes in the phosphorylation status of possible substrates. Proteins whose phosphorylation level was negatively affected by PRL-3 over-expression were identified by MS. Two proteins were found to be significantly dephosphorylated in this condition, the cytoskeletal protein ezrin and elongation factor 2. Ezrin has already been described as having a proactive role in cancer metastasis through control of its phosphorylation status, and the PRL-3-induced modulation of ezrin phosphorylation in HCT116 and human umblical vascular endothelial cells is the subject of a separate paper by Forte et al. [Biochim. Biophys. Acta 2008, 1783, 334-344]. The combination of 2-D difference in gel electrophoresis and Pro-Q Diamond was hence confirmed successful in analyzing changes of protein phosphorylation which enable the identification of kinase/phosphatase targets.

  9. First evidence of the pore-forming properties of a keratin from skin mucus of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, formerly Salmo gairdneri).

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    Molle, Virginie; Campagna, Sylvie; Bessin, Yannick; Ebran, Nathalie; Saint, Nathalie; Molle, Gérard

    2008-04-01

    The epidermis of fish is covered with a layer of mucus, which contributes to the defence of the species against parasites, bacteria and fungi. We have previously extracted glycoproteins from various mucus samples from fish and have shown that they present pore-forming activities well correlated with strong antibacterial properties [Ebran, Julien, Orange, Saglio, Lemaitre and Molle(2000) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1467, 271-280]. The present study focuses on the 65 kDa glycoprotein, Tr65, from the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, formerly Salmo gairdneri).Enzymatic digestion of Tr65 yielded a fragment pattern with strong homology with that of trout type II cytokeratin. Sequence analysis of the cDNA clone obtained by PCR confirmed this homology. We thus constructed a plasmid to overproduce the recombinant Tr65. We extracted and purified this recombinant Tr65, using it for multichannel and single-channel experiments in azolectin bilayers. Our results with recombinant Tr65 confirmed the pore-forming properties already shown with native antibacterial Tr65. These findings offer new insights into the function of keratin proteins present in various mucosal surfaces of animals and human beings.

  10. Cholesterol pathways affected by small molecules that decrease sterol levels in Niemann-Pick type C mutant cells.

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    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available Niemann-Pick type C (NPC disease is a genetically inherited multi-lipid storage disorder with impaired efflux of cholesterol from lysosomal storage organelles.The effect of screen-selected cholesterol lowering compounds on the major sterol pathways was studied in CT60 mutant CHO cells lacking NPC1 protein. Each of the selected chemicals decreases cholesterol in the lysosomal storage organelles of NPC1 mutant cells through one or more of the following mechanisms: increased cholesterol efflux from the cell, decreased uptake of low-density lipoproteins, and/or increased levels of cholesteryl esters. Several chemicals promote efflux of cholesterol to extracellular acceptors in both non-NPC and NPC1 mutant cells. The uptake of low-density lipoprotein-derived cholesterol is inhibited by some of the studied compounds.Results herein provide the information for prioritized further studies in identifying molecular targets of the chemicals. This approach proved successful in the identification of seven chemicals as novel inhibitors of lysosomal acid lipase (Rosenbaum et al, Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 2009, 1791:1155-1165.

  11. Kinetics of hydrogen peroxide elimination by astrocytes and C6 glioma cells analysis based on a mathematical model.

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    Makino, Nobuo; Mise, Takeshi; Sagara, Jun-Ichi

    2008-06-01

    Oxidative stress is implicated in a variety of disorders including neurodegenerative diseases, and H(2)O(2) is important in the generation of reactive oxygen and oxidative stress. In this study, we have examined the rate of extracellular H(2)O(2) elimination and relevant enzyme activities in cultured astrocytes and C6 glioma cells and have analyzed the results based on a mathematical model. As compared with other types of cultured cells, astrocytes showed higher activity of glutathione peroxidase (GPx) but lower activities for GSH recycling. C6 cells showed relatively low GPx activity, and treatment of C6 cells with dibutyryl-cAMP, which induces astrocytic differentiation, increased catalase activity and H(2)O(2) permeation rate but exerted little effect on other enzyme activities. A mathematical model [N. Makino, K. Sasaki, N. Hashida, Y. Sakakura, A metabolic model describing the H(2)O(2) elimination by mammalian cells including H(2)O(2) permeation through cytoplasmic and peroxisomal membranes: comparison with experimental data, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1673 (2004) 149-159.], which includes relevant enzymes and H(2)O(2) permeation through membranes, was found to be fitted well to the H(2)O(2) concentration dependences of removal reaction with the permeation rate constants as variable parameters. As compared with PC12 cells as a culture model for neuron, H(2)O(2) removal activity of astrocytes was considerably higher at physiological H(2)O(2) concentrations. The details of the mathematical model are presented in Appendix.

  12. Co-operation of the transcription factor hepatocyte nuclear factor-4 with Sp1 or Sp3 leads to transcriptional activation of the human haem oxygenase-1 gene promoter in a hepatoma cell line.

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    Takahashi, Shigeru; Matsuura, Naomi; Kurokawa, Takako; Takahashi, Yuji; Miura, Takashi

    2002-11-01

    We reported previously that the 5'-flanking region (nucleotides -1976 to -1655) of the human haem oxygenase-1 ( hHO-1 ) gene enhances hHO-1 promoter activity in human hepatoma HepG2 cells, but not in HeLa cells [Takahashi, Takahashi, Ito, Nagano, Shibahara and Miura (1999) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1447, 231-235]. To define more precisely the regulatory elements involved, in the present study we have functionally dissected this region and localized the enhancer to a 50 bp fragment (-1793 to -1744). Site-direct mutagenesis analysis revealed that two regions were responsible for this enhancer activity, i.e. a hepatocyte nuclear factor-4 (HNF-4) homologous region and a GC box motif homologous region. Mutation in either region alone moderately decreased enhancer activity. However, mutations in both regions reduced promoter activity to the basal level. Electrophoretic mobility-shift assays demonstrated that the P5-2 fragment (-1793 to -1744) interacted with at least two nuclear factors, i.e. HNF-4 and Sp1/Sp3. Co-transfection experiments using Drosophila SL2 cells revealed that HNF-4 and Sp1/Sp3 synergistically stimulated the enhancer activity of the P5-2 fragment. These results indicate that co-operation of HNF-4 with Sp1 or Sp3 leads to the activation of hHO-1 gene expression in hepatoma cells.

  13. Absence of 60-Hz, 0.1-mT magnetic field-induced changes in oncogene transcription rates or levels in CEM-CM3 cells.

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    Jahreis, G P; Johnson, P G; Zhao, Y L; Hui, S W

    1998-12-22

    Our objective was to assess the reproducibility of the 60-Hz magnetic field-induced, time-dependent transcription changes of c-fos, c-jun and c-myc oncogenes in CEM-CM3 cells reported by Phillips et al. (Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1132 (1992) 140-144). Cells were exposed to a 60-Hz magnetic field (MF) at 0.1 mT (rms), generated by a pair of Helmholtz coils energized in a reinforcing (MF) mode, or to a null magnetic field when the coils were energized in a bucking (sham) mode. After MF or sham exposure for 15, 30, 60 or 120 min, nuclei and cytoplasmic RNA were extracted. Transcription rates were measured by a nuclear run-on assay, and values were normalized against either their zero-time exposure values, or against those of the c-G3PDH (housekeeping) gene at the same time points. There was no significant difference, at P=0.05, detected between MF and either sham-exposed or control cells at any time point. Transcript levels of the oncogenes were measured by Northern analysis and normalized as above. No significant difference (P=0.05) in transcript levels between MF and either sham-exposed or control cells was detected.

  14. Cooperation of terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase with DNA polymerase α in the replication of ultraviolet-irradiated DNA

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    Yoshida, S.; Masaki, S.; Nakamura, H.; Morita, T.

    1981-01-01

    The amount of DNA synthesis in vitro with the ultraviolet-irradiated poly(dT).oligo(rA) template initiators catalysed by DNA polymerase α (Masaki, S. and Yoshida, S., Biochim. Biophys. Acta 521, 74-88) decreased with the dose of ultraviolet-irradiation. The ultraviolet irradiation to the template, however, did not affect the rate of incorporation of incorrect deoxynucleotides into the newly synthesized poly(dA). The addition of terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase to this system enhanced the DNA synthesis to a level which is comparable to that of the control and it concomitantly increased the incorporation of the mismatched deoxynucleotide into the newly synthesized poly(dA) strands. On the other hand, with an unirradiated template initiator, the misincorporation was only slightly enhanced by the addition of terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase. The sizes of newly synthesized DNA measured by the sedimentation velocities were found to be smaller with the ultraviolet-irradiated templates but they increased to the control level with the addition of terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase to the systems. These results suggest that terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase can help DNA polymerase α to bypass thymine dimers in vitro by the formation of mismatched regions at the positions opposite to pyrimidine dimers on the template. (Auth.)

  15. Dielectric response of biconcave erythrocyte membranes to D- and L-Glucose

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    Livshits, L; Caduff, A; Talary, M S; Feldman, Y

    2007-01-01

    In this paper, we report on the influence of D- and L-glucose on the dielectric properties of native shaped (biconcave) human erythrocytes using time domain dielectric spectroscopy. The dielectric spectra of biconcave cells were analysed using a modified form of the model originally reported for spheroid particle suspensions (Asami and Yonezawa 1995 Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1245 317-24) The observed increase in the specific membrane capacitance of the biconcave erythrocytes was correlated with an increase in the concentration of D-glucose. In contrast, no associated correlation was found to changes in the membrane capacitance with increasing concentrations of L-glucose. A similar analysis of the dielectric response of osmotically swollen erythrocytes to changes in D-glucose concentration revealed a significantly different calculated specific cell membrane capacitance at elevated (>12 mM) D-glucose concentrations. The paper outlines and discusses the possible biochemical mechanisms that could be responsible for the measured dielectric properties of the erythrocyte membrane capacitances

  16. Nanodevices in nature: Electrochemical aspects

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    Volkov, Alexander G.; Volkova-Gugeshashvili, Maya I.; Brown-McGauley, Courtney L.; Osei, Albert J.

    2007-01-01

    Electrochemical multielectron reactions in photosynthesis and respiration are evaluated by thermodynamic and kinetic analysis. Kharkats and Volkov [Yu.I. Kharkats, A.G. Volkov, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 891 (1987) 56] were the first to present proof that cytochrome c oxidase reduces molecular oxygen by synchronous multielectron mechanism without O 2 - intermediate formation. After this pioneering observation, it became clear that the first step of oxygen reduction is two-electron concerted process. The energy for the H + -pump of cytochrome oxidase is liberated when the third and fourth electrons are added in the last two steps of water formation independent of the reaction pathway. Electrochemical principles govern many biological properties of organisms, such as the generation of electric fields, and the conduction of fast excitation waves. These properties are supported by the function of a variety of natural nanodevices. Ionic channels, as natural nanodevices, control the plasma membrane potential, and the movement of ions across membranes; thereby, regulating various biological functions. Some voltage-gated ion channels work as plasma membrane nanopotentiostats. In plants, excitation waves are possible mechanisms for intercellular and intracellular communication in response to environmental changes. The role of electrified nanointerface of the plasma membrane in signal transduction is discussed as well

  17. Determination, at equilibrium, of association constants of labelled or unlabelled ligands by a non-graphical method

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    Goertz, G.; Longchampt, J.; Crepy, O.; Judas, O.; Jayle, M.-F.

    1976-01-01

    Determination, at equilibrium of association constants of labelled or unlabelled ligands by a non-graphical method are described. This work deals with the determination of association constants at equilibrium by a non-graphical method in binding systems containing one specific receptor. Equations have been derived from that originally described by Lea (Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 322, 68-74), the terms of which are obtained from the data of simple displacement curves of a bound radioactive ligand by unlabelled competitors identical or different in nature. By knowing the function relating the variations of the bound ligand (B) to the affinity constant (Ksub(i)) and the quantity (Msub(i)) of competitor for a given system, it is possible to calculate any of these parameters when the two others are measured. Thus, it becomes easy to compare the relative affinities of different receptors for the same ligand or that of one receptor for various labelled or unlabelled ligands. Furthermore, theoretical displacement curves can be drawn and compared to experimental data, only when knowing the affinity constant of a specific binding system in given conditions. These modes of calculation have been tested in a study of interactions between various steroids and a fraction of human serum proteins precipitated by ammonium sulfate (30-45%) and containing the sex hormone-binding globulin. Association constants thus obtained agree well with those reported in the literature and determined by graphical procedures

  18. Transepithelial transport of flavanone in intestinal Caco-2 cell monolayers

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    Kobayashi, Shoko; Konishi, Yutaka

    2008-01-01

    Our recent study [S. Kobayashi, S. Tanabe, M. Sugiyama, Y. Konishi, Transepithelial transport of hesperetin and hesperidin in intestinal Caco-2 cell monolayers, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1778 (2008) 33-41] shows that the mechanism of absorption of hesperetin involves both proton-coupled active transport and transcellular passive diffusion. Here, as well as analyzing the cell permeability of hesperetin, we also study the transport of other flavanones, naringenin and eriodictyol, using Caco-2 cell monolayers. Similar to hesperetin mentioned, naringenin and eriodictyol showed proton-coupled polarized transport in apical-to-basolateral direction in non-saturable manner, constant permeation in the apical-to-basolateral direction (J ap→bl ) irrespective of the transepithelial electrical resistance (TER), and preferable distribution into the basolateral side after apical loading in the presence of a proton gradient. Furthermore, the proton-coupled J ap→bl of hesperetin, naringenin and eriodictyol, were inhibited by substrates of the monocarboxylic acid transporter (MCT), such as benzoic acid, but not by ferulic acid. In contrast, both benzoic and ferulic acids have no stimulatory effect on J ap→bl of each flavanone by trans-stimulation analysis. These results indicates that proton-driven active transport is commonly participated in the absorption of flavanone in general, and that its transport is presumed to be unique other than MCT-mediated transport for absorption of phenolic acids (PAs), sodium-dependent MCT (SMCT) nor anion exchanger-mediated transport

  19. Translational step inhibited in vivo by aflatoxin B1 in rat-liver polysomes

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    Sarasin, A.; Moule, Y.

    1975-01-01

    Aflatoxin B 1 strongly inhibits protein synthesis in rat liver cells. This paper confirms the foregoing results and represents an attempt to localize the translational step inhibited in vivo by aflatoxin B 1 . We used the simulation study developed by Li, Kisilevsky, Wasan and Hammond, 1972 (Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 272, 451-462) to determine precisely the site inhibited in vivo after drug intoxication. This analysis is based on two parameters: the kinetics of polysome labeling to follow the nascent peptide synthesis, and the kinetics of supernatant labeling to follow the completed protein synthesis. Up to 5 h after dosing, aflatoxin specifically inhibits the elongation and/or termination steps during protein synthesis; after longer periods of time inhibition occurs essentially at the initiation step. When the intracellular concentration of aflatoxin is too high, particularly 2 h after dosing, each step of protein synthesis is blocked. Polypeptide synthesis by the postmitochondrial supernatants isolated from aflatoxin-treated animals is impaired in the same proportion as protein synthesis in vivo. The damage caused by aflatoxin is mostly observed on microsomes. However, purified polysomes isolated from aflatoxin-treated rats synthesize proteins in vitro to the same extent as those from controls. These results suggest that aflatoxin metabolite(s) are bound to polysomes with noncovalent bonds. These active metabolites are probably lost during polysome isolation procedures. Finally, relationships between protein metabolism and aflatoxin carcinogenesis are discussed. (orig./BSC) [de

  20. Lipidomic data on lipid droplet triglyceride remodelling associated with protection of breast cancer cells from lipotoxic stress.

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    Jarc, Eva; Eichmann, Thomas O; Zimmermann, Robert; Petan, Toni

    2018-06-01

    The data presented here is related to the research article entitled "Lipid droplets induced by secreted phospholipase A 2 and unsaturated fatty acids protect breast cancer cells from nutrient and lipotoxic stress" by E. Jarc et al., Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1863 (2018) 247-265. Elevated uptake of unsaturated fatty acids and lipid droplet accumulation are characteristic of aggressive cancer cells and have been associated with the cellular stress response. The present study provides lipidomic data on the triacylglycerol (TAG) and phosphatidylcholine (PC) composition of MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells exposed to docosahexaenoic acid (DHA; 22:6, ω-3). Datasets provide information on the changes in lipid composition induced by depletion of adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL) and by exogenous addition of secreted phospholipase A 2 (sPLA 2 ) in DHA-treated cells. The presented alterations in lipid composition, mediated by targeting lipid droplet biogenesis and lipolysis, are associated with protection from lipotoxicity and allow further investigation into the role of lipid droplets in the resistance of cancer cells to lipotoxic stress.

  1. Lipidomic data on lipid droplet triglyceride remodelling associated with protection of breast cancer cells from lipotoxic stress

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    Eva Jarc

    2018-06-01

    Full Text Available The data presented here is related to the research article entitled “Lipid droplets induced by secreted phospholipase A2 and unsaturated fatty acids protect breast cancer cells from nutrient and lipotoxic stress” by E. Jarc et al., Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1863 (2018 247–265. Elevated uptake of unsaturated fatty acids and lipid droplet accumulation are characteristic of aggressive cancer cells and have been associated with the cellular stress response. The present study provides lipidomic data on the triacylglycerol (TAG and phosphatidylcholine (PC composition of MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells exposed to docosahexaenoic acid (DHA; 22:6, ω-3. Datasets provide information on the changes in lipid composition induced by depletion of adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL and by exogenous addition of secreted phospholipase A2 (sPLA2 in DHA-treated cells. The presented alterations in lipid composition, mediated by targeting lipid droplet biogenesis and lipolysis, are associated with protection from lipotoxicity and allow further investigation into the role of lipid droplets in the resistance of cancer cells to lipotoxic stress. Keywords: Lipid droplets, Lipidomics, Adipose triglyceride lipase, Polyunsaturated fatty acid, Cancer, Phospholipase A2

  2. Recycling Frank: Spontaneous emergence of homochirality in noncatalytic systems

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    Plasson, Raphaël; Bersini, Hugues; Commeyras, Auguste

    2004-01-01

    In this work, we introduce a prebiotically relevant protometabolic pattern corresponding to an engine of deracemization by using an external energy source. The spontaneous formation of a nonracemic mixture of chiral compounds can be observed in out-of-equilibrium systems via a symmetry-breaking phenomenon. This observation is possible thanks to chirally selective autocatalytic reactions (Frank's model) [Frank, F. C. (1953) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 11, 459–463]. We show that the use of a Frank-like model in a recycled system composed of reversible chemical reactions, rather than the classical irreversible system, allows for the emergence of a synergetic autoinduction from simple reactions, without any autocatalytic or even catalytic reaction. This model is described as a theoretical framework, based on the stereoselective reactivity of preexisting chiral monomeric building blocks (polymerization, epimerization, and depolymerization) maintained out of equilibrium by a continuous energy income, via an activation reaction. It permits the self-conversion of all monomeric subunits into a single chiral configuration. Real prebiotic systems of amino acid derivatives can be described on this basis. They are shown to be able to spontaneously reach a stable nonracemic state in a few centuries. In such systems, the presence of epimerization reactions is no more destructive, but in contrast is the central driving force of the unstabilization of the racemic state. PMID:15548617

  3. Immunochemical analysis of Micrococcus lysodeikticus (luteus) F1-ATPase and its subunits.

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    Urban, C; Salton, M R

    1983-08-31

    The F1-ATPase from Micrococcus lysodeikticus has been purified to 95% protein homogeneity in this laboratory and as all other bacterial F1S, possesses five distinct subunits with molecular weights ranging from 60 000 to 10 000 (Huberman, M. and Salton, M.R.J. (1979) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 547, 230-240). In this communication, we demonstrate the immunochemical reactivities of antibodies to native and SDS-dissociated subunits with the native and dissociated F1-ATPase and show that: (1) the antibodies generated to the native or SDS-dissociated subunits react with the native molecule; (2) all of the subunits comprising the F1 are antigenically unique as determined by crossed immunoelectrophoresis and the Ouchterlony double-diffusion techniques; (3) antibodies to the SDS-denatured individual delta- and epsilon-subunits can be used to destabilize the interaction of these specific subunits with the rest of the native F1; and (4) all subunit antibodies as well as anti-native F1 were found to inhibit ATPase activity to varying degrees, the strongest inhibition being seen with antibodies to the total F1 and anti-alpha- and anti-beta-subunit antibodies. The interaction of specific subunit antibodies may provide a new and novel way to study further and characterize the catalytic portions of F1-ATPases and in general may offer an additional method for the examination of multimeric proteins.

  4. The distribution of iron between the metal-binding sites of transferrin human serum.

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    Williams, J; Moreton, K

    1980-02-01

    The Makey & Seal [(1976) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 453, 250--256] method of polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis in buffer containing 6 M-urea was used to determine the distribution of iron between the N-terminal and C-terminal iron-binding sites of transferrin in human serum. In fresh serum the two sites are unequally occupied; there is preferential occupation of the N-terminal site. On incubation of the serum at 37 degrees C the preference of iron for the N-terminal site becomes more marked. On storage of serum at -15 degrees C the iron distribution changes so that there is a marked preference for the C-terminal site. Dialysis of serum against buffer at pH 7.4 also causes iron to be bound much more strongly by the C-terminal than by the N-terminal site. The original preference for the N-terminal site can be resroted to the dialysed serum by addition of the diffusible fraction.

  5. A profile of the impact of Acta Botanica Brasilica: reflections on how to improve visibility and recognition of a scientific journal Um perfil do impacto da Acta Botanica Brasilica: reflexões acerca de como aumentar a visibilidade e o reconhecimento de um periódico cient��fico

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    Fabio Rubio Scarano

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available We have estimated the ISI-impact factor of Acta Botanica Brasilica for the past six years, calculated the journal's h-index, calculated the journal's self-citation, examined country and institutions of origin of the papers that cite Acta papers, and examined scope and profile of the most-cited papers published by the journal. Results demonstrated a steep rise in impact factor and citation frequency in 2008, which is most encouraging, but also revealed that the journal is below the level of maturity expected of a 20-year old journal. Visibility of the journal is mostly national although, surprisingly, journal's self-citation of 12% is fairly low. We use Acta as an example to discuss possible strategies to enhance the international visibility of botanical journals that are newcomers to ISI.Este artigo estima o fator de impacto (ISI-Web of Science do periódico Acta Botanica Brasilica para os últimos seis anos, calcula o índice-h do periódico, calcula a sua auto-citação, examina os países e instituições de origem dos artigos que citam artigos da Acta, e examina o escopo e o perfil dos artigos mais citados ao longo da história do periódico. Os resultados demonstraram um aumento substancial no fator de impacto estimado e na freqüência de citação em 2008, o que é muito encorajador, mas também revelaram que o periódico está abaixo do grau de maturidade esperado para um periódico com 20 anos de existência. A visibilidade do periódico é predominantemente nacional embora, surpreendentemente, a auto-citação de 12% seja consideravelmente baixa. A revista é utilizada como exemplo para discutir possíveis estratégias para aumentar a visibilidade internacional de periódicos em botânica recém-indexados no ISI.

  6. [Journal AMHA - Acta medico-historica Adriatica: 14 years of patient work on the scientific valorisation of the history of medicine].

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    Eterović, Igor

    2017-12-01

    In this paper the first 14 years of publication of scientific journal AMHA - Acta medico‑historica Adriatica (2002-2016) are presented and shortly analysed. This journal has undoubtedly become and remained the central activity of the Croatian Scientific Society for the History of Health Culture, which has rapidly become a globally esteemed journal of history of medicine. The beginning and the context of publishing the journal with the reference to scientific meeting "Rijeka and Its Citizens in Medical History" is presented, as well as the journal's profiling into distinguished international journal and its fast development in later years. The analysis shows the growth of journal's visibility through indexation in different international journal databases, the number and ratio of scientific articles and the variety of published material. Finally, a review of the potential future directions of development and the significance of this journal within the national, regional and international context is given.

  7. Iglesia y poder público. Actas del VII Simposio de Historia de la Iglesia en España y América (Reseña)

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    1998-01-01

    Reseña del libro de Paulino CASTAÑEDA-Manuel J. COCINA Y ABELLA (coords.), Iglesia y poder público. Actas del VII Simposio de Historia de la Iglesia en España y América, Academia de Historia Eclesiástica, Obra social y cultural Cajasur, Córdoba 1997, 308 pp.

  8. Book Reviews | Laubscher | Acta Theologica

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    Title: Worship for the whole people of God. Vital worship for the 21st century. Author: Duck, R. (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2013), pp. xxii + 334. ISBN: 978‑0‑664‑23427‑0. Title: Informed by Science, involved by Christ, How science can update, enrich and empower the Christian faith. Author: K. Nürnberger.

  9. Acta Theologica Supplementum 14 2011

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    IT Benson

    greater attention to principles of modus vivendi rather than “convergence” in which .... are divided now from recognition that human life is necessarily lived with “faith” ... Perhaps one of the implicit forms or modern “beliefs” is hidden in the idea.

  10. Synthesis, Characterization and DNA Cleavage of Copper(II ...

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    Keywords: DNA shearing, Copper(II) complex, Dithiothreitol, Attenuated total reflectance-Fourier transform .... confirm the fragmentation of DNA by the newly .... sperm. Biochem Biophys Acta 1986; 884: 124-134. 7. Cornell NW, Crivaro KE.

  11. Presencia musical en la Catedral de La Seu d'Urgell en la primera mitad del siglo XVIII a través de sus actas capitulares

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    Roig i Capdevila, Jordi

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    Brudieu. Pero, en cambio, apenas se conocen datos sobre la vida musical en esta ciudad episcopal durante los siglos XVIII al XX Empalmando con el final temporal abarcado por el trabajo de Pedrell-Anglés, el presente trabajo inicia el vaciado sistemático de la información alusiva a la música contenida en la documentación catedralicia. Aunque se tiene la intención de continuar, en esta ocasión, solamente se publican las actas capitulares correspondientes al período 1700-1750, lo que nos permite obtener una visión general de las actividades y repercusión de una de las principales capillas de música de ámbito catalán, y uno de los centros de ámbito hispánico menos estudiados por la Musicología hasta el momento.

  12. Combined MRI and ³¹P-MRS investigations of the ACTA1(H40Y mouse model of nemaline myopathy show impaired muscle function and altered energy metabolism.

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    Full Text Available Nemaline myopathy (NM is the most common disease entity among non-dystrophic skeletal muscle congenital diseases. Mutations in the skeletal muscle α-actin gene (ACTA1 account for ∼25% of all NM cases and are the most frequent cause of severe forms of NM. So far, the mechanisms underlying muscle weakness in NM patients remain unclear. Additionally, recent Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI studies reported a progressive fatty infiltration of skeletal muscle with a specific muscle involvement in patients with ACTA1 mutations. We investigated strictly noninvasively the gastrocnemius muscle function of a mouse model carrying a mutation in the ACTA1 gene (H40Y. Skeletal muscle anatomy (hindlimb muscles and fat volumes and energy metabolism were studied using MRI and (31Phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Skeletal muscle contractile performance was investigated while applying a force-frequency protocol (from 1-150 Hz and a fatigue protocol (80 stimuli at 40 Hz. H40Y mice showed a reduction of both absolute (-40% and specific (-25% maximal force production as compared to controls. Interestingly, muscle weakness was associated with an improved resistance to fatigue (+40% and an increased energy cost. On the contrary, the force frequency relationship was not modified in H40Y mice and the extent of fatty infiltration was minor and not different from the WT group. We concluded that the H40Y mouse model does not reproduce human MRI findings but shows a severe muscle weakness which might be related to an alteration of intrinsic muscular properties. The increased energy cost in H40Y mice might be related to either an impaired mitochondrial function or an alteration at the cross-bridges level. Overall, we provided a unique set of anatomic, metabolic and functional biomarkers that might be relevant for monitoring the progression of NM disease but also for assessing the efficacy of potential therapeutic interventions at a preclinical level.

  13. Nuevos lineamientos geopolíticos que el Perú podria aplicar al Ecuador a partir de la firma del Acta Presidencial de Brasilia del 26 de octubre de 1998

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    1999-01-01

    La presente tesis de Maestría en Seguridad Y Desarrollo se orienta fundamentalmente, a establecer mediante una metodología deductiva los nuevos 7 lineamientos geopolíticos que el Perú podría aplicar al Ecuador a partir de la firma del Acta Presidencial de Brasilia el 26 de octubre de 1998. Para llegar a determinar en forma prospectiva dichos lineamientos se debe acudir, necesariamente, al análisis histórico de las relaciones entre Ecuador y Perú, donde este último, desde ...

  14. Role of ions in the regulation of light-harvesting

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    Radek Kana

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Regulation of photosynthetic light harvesting in the thylakoids is one of the major key factors affecting the efficiency of photosynthesis. Thylakoid membrane is negatively charged and influences both the structure and the function of the primarily photosynthetic reactions through its electrical double layer. Further, there is a heterogeneous organization of soluble ions (K+, Mg2+, Cl- attached to the thylakoid membrane that, together with fixed charges (negatively charged amino acids, lipids, provides an electrical field. The electrical double layer is affected by the valence of the ions and interferes with the regulation of state transitions, protein interactions, and excitation energy spillover from Photosystem II to Photosystem I. These effects are reflected in changes in the intensity of chlorophyll a fluorescence, which is also a measure of photoprotective non-photochemical quenching of the excited state of chlorophyll a. A triggering of non-photochemical quenching proceeds via lumen acidification and is coupled to the export of positive counter-ions (Mg2+, K+ to the stroma or/and negative ions (e.g., Cl- into the lumen. The effect of protons and anions in the lumen and of the cations (Mg2+, K+ in the stroma are, thus, functionally tightly interconnected. In this review, we discuss the consequences of the model of electrical double layer, proposed by James Barber (J. Barber (1980 Biochim Biophys Acta 594:253-308 in light of light-harvesting regulation. Further, we explain differences between electrostatic screening and neutralization, and we emphasize the opposite effect of monovalent (K+ and divalent (Mg2+ ions on light-harvesting and on screening of the negative charges on the thylakoid membrane; this effect needs to be incorporated in all future models of photosynthetic regulation by ion channels and transporters.

  15. Ion channels in a skeletal muscle cell line from a Duchenne muscular dystrophy patient.

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    Caviedes, R; Caviedes, P; Liberona, J L; Jaimovich, E

    1994-09-01

    A cell line (RCDMD), derived from a muscle biopsy taken from a 7-year-old patient with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), was established in vitro using conditioned media from the UCHT1 thyroid cell line as described elsewhere (Biochim Biophys Acta 1992; 1134:247-255). Unlike other cell lines established by the same procedure, RCDMD cells were highly refractory to transformation and the resulting cell line grew slowly with a doubling time of approximately 72 h. Further, cells continue to grow after more than 20 doublings and 15 passages. Some of the characteristics of the cell line include lack of reaction with antidystrophin antibodies and the presence of receptors for the dihydropyridine PN200-110 (Kd) = 0.3 +/- 0.05 nmol/L and Bmax = 1.06 +/- 0.03 pmol/mg protein) and for alpha-bungarotoxin (Kd = 1.02 +/- 0.17 nmol/L and Bmax = 4.2 +/- 0.37 pmol/mg protein). Patch clamped cells in the voltage clamp configuration lack ion currents when growing in complete medium with high serum, but they can be induced to differentiate by serum deprivation and addition of hormones and trace elements. After 5 days in differentiating medium, noninactivating, delayed rectifier potassium currents are seen. At day 12, A-type, inactivating potassium currents as well as transient inward currents are seen. In conditions in which sodium and potassium currents are absent, a very fast activating and fast inactivating calcium current was evident. The cell line offers the possibility of studying cellular mechanisms in the pathophysiology of DMD.

  16. New ribosome-inactivating proteins with polynucleotide:adenosine glycosidase and antiviral activities from Basella rubra L. and bougainvillea spectabilis Willd.

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    Bolognesi, A; Polito, L; Olivieri, F; Valbonesi, P; Barbieri, L; Battelli, M G; Carusi, M V; Benvenuto, E; Del Vecchio Blanco, F; Di Maro, A; Parente, A; Di Loreto, M; Stirpe, F

    1997-12-01

    New single-chain (type 1) ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs) were isolated from the seeds of Basella rubra L. (two proteins) and from the leaves of Bougainvillea spectabilis Willd. (one protein). These RIPs inhibit protein synthesis both in a cell-free system, with an IC50 (concentration causing 50% inhibition) in the 10(-10) M range, and by various cell lines, with IC50S in the 10(-8)-10(-6) M range. All three RIPs released adenine not only from rat liver ribosomes but also from Escherichia coli rRNA, polyadenylic acid, herring sperm DNA, and artichoke mottled crinkle virus (AMCV) genomic RNA, thus being polynucleotide:adenosine glycosidases. The proteins from Basella rubra had toxicity to mice similar to that of most type 1 RIPs (Barbieri et al., 1993, Biochim Biophys Acta 1154: 237-282) with an LD50 (concentration that is 50% lethal) Bougainvillea spectabilis had an LD50 > 32 mg.kg-1. The N-terminal sequence of the two RIPs from Basella rubra had 80-93% identity, whereas it differed from the sequence of the RIP from Bougainvillea spectabilis. When tested with antibodies against various RIPs, the RIPs from Basella gave some cross-reactivity with sera against dianthin 32, and weak cross-reactivity with momordin I and momorcochin-S, whilst the RIP from Bougainvillea did not cross-react with any antiserum tested. An RIP from Basella rubra and one from Bougainvillea spectabilis were tested for antiviral activity, and both inhibited infection of Nicotiana benthamiana by AMCV.

  17. Immune stimulation by a CpG-containing oligodeoxynucleotide is enhanced when encapsulated and delivered in lipid particles.

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    Mui, B; Raney, S G; Semple, S C; Hope, M J

    2001-09-01

    The therapeutic benefit from phosphorothioate oligodeoxynucleotides (PS ODN) containing immune stimulatory sequences (ISS) has been demonstrated in animal models of cancer and infection. In particular, when CpG-containing PS ODN are administered to mice, activation of macrophages and dendritic, NK, T, and B cells occurs, resulting in the release of an array of cytokines, including interleukin-12 (IL-12), interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma), and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha). We have previously described stabilized antisense-lipid particles (SALP) for the i.v. administration of antisense ODN [Biochim Biophys Acta (2001) 1510:152--166]. Given the propensity for SALP to target macrophages in vivo it was of interest to determine whether they could enhance the potency of CpG ODN to induce an immune response. In this report we show that when CpG-containing SALP are administered intravenously to ICR mice the plasma concentrations of IL-12, IFN-gamma, IL-6, monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, and TNF-alpha are greatly increased compared with the same dose of free ODN. The pattern of cytokine induction indicates that the immune response is T helper cell type 1-biased, similar to that observed for PS CpG ODN ISS in general. Furthermore, when phosphodiester (PO) ODN is substituted for PS ODN in the SALP formulation cytokine induction is even greater at the early time points, in marked contrast to free PO ODN, which is inactive. These results demonstrate that the immunogenicity of ISS is not only enhanced by encapsulation in lipid particles, which more closely mimic the way ISS DNA would normally be presented to antigen presenting cells by pathogens in vivo, but also SALP enable unmodified PO CpG ODN to be used as immune stimulants.

  18. Evolutionary, kinetic and thermodynamic aspects on the bioenergetics of inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi) and adenosine triphosphate (ATP)

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    Energy barriers for energy carriers are of fundamental significance for the successful operation of the bioenergetic reactions in living cells. PPi and ATP are outstanding ''energy-rich'' examples of molecular ''energy currencies'' in biological systems, with kinetic barriers preventing excessively fast thermodynamically feasible hydrolysis from occurring. The barriers may be considered to facilitate the energy coupling roles of these phosphate compounds, which are to secure growth and maintain numerous other energy requiring functions. The enzymes involved in overcoming the energies of activation of the bioenergetic reactions have evolved to be very well tuned for their roles. Three aspects will be discussed in some detail. The first is the fact that ATP at neutral pH is considerably more energy-rich than PPi, which thus has been called a ''poor man's ATP''. This is exemplified by the kinetic and thermodynamic differences observed between the requirements for the photosynthetic formation of PPi and ATP in certain photobacterial chromatophores by varying levels of energy supply. At lower pH, PPi and ATP are equally energy-rich, which may be of significance for acidophiles. The second concerns the possible evolutionary significance of the finding that, in the dark, a pH gradient suffices to drive extensive PPi synthesis, whereas ATP synthesis requires both a pH gradient and a membrane potential (Strid et al, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 892 (1987) 236-244). Thirdly, PPi as the most plausible predecessor to ATP in the origin and early evolution of life, will be discussed. (author). Abstract only

  19. Halogenated benzimidazole inhibitors of phosphorylation, ''in vitro'' and ''in vivo'', of the surface acidic proteins of the yeast ribosomal 60S subunit by endogenous protein kinases CK-II and PK60S

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    Szyszka, Ryszard; Boguszewska, Aleksandra; Grankowski, Nikodem; Shugar, David

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    Several halogeno benzimidazoles and 2-azabenzimidazoles, previously shown to be relatively selective inhibitors of protein kinases CK-I and/or CK-II from various sources, including CK-II from yeast [Szyszka et al. (1995) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 208, 418-424] inhibit also the yeast ribosomal protein kinase PK60S. The most effective inhibitor of CK-II and PK60S was tetrabromo-2-azabenzimidazole (TetraBr-2-azaBz), which was competitive with respect to ATP (and GTP in the case of CK-II) with K i values of 0.7 μM for CK-II, and 0.1 μM for PK60S. PK60S phosphorylates only three (YP1β, YB1β', YP2α) out of five polypeptides of pp13 kDa acidic proteins of 60S subunit phosphorylated by CK-II [Szyszka et al. (1995) Acta Biochim. Polon. 42, 357-362]. Accordingly, TetraBr-azaBz inhibits phosphorylation only of these polypeptides, catalysed by PK60S. Addition of TetraBr-2Bz to cultures of yeast cells, at concentrations which were without effect on cell growth, led to inhibition of intracellular phosphorylation of ribosomal acidic proteins, paralleling that observed ''in vitro''. TetraBr-2-azaBz is shown to be a useful tool for studies on the intracellular regulation of phosphorylation of the ribosomal 60S acidic proteins, which are involved in formation of active ribosomes. (author). 36 refs, 4 figs, 2 tabs

  20. Lipid-protein interactions in plasma membranes of fiber cells isolated from the human eye lens.

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    Raguz, Marija; Mainali, Laxman; O'Brien, William J; Subczynski, Witold K

    2014-03-01

    The protein content in human lens membranes is extremely high, increases with age, and is higher in the nucleus as compared with the cortex, which should strongly affect the organization and properties of the lipid bilayer portion of intact membranes. To assess these effects, the intact cortical and nuclear fiber cell plasma membranes isolated from human lenses from 41- to 60-year-old donors were studied using electron paramagnetic resonance spin-labeling methods. Results were compared with those obtained for lens lipid membranes prepared from total lipid extracts from human eyes of the same age group [Mainali, L., Raguz, M., O'Brien, W. J., and Subczynski, W. K. (2013) Biochim. Biophys. Acta]. Differences were considered to be mainly due to the effect of membrane proteins. The lipid-bilayer portions of intact membranes were significantly less fluid than lipid bilayers of lens lipid membranes, prepared without proteins. The intact membranes were found to contain three distinct lipid environments termed the bulk lipid domain, boundary lipid domain, and trapped lipid domain. However, the cholesterol bilayer domain, which was detected in cortical and nuclear lens lipid membranes, was not detected in intact membranes. The relative amounts of bulk and trapped lipids were evaluated. The amount of lipids in domains uniquely formed due to the presence of membrane proteins was greater in nuclear membranes than in cortical membranes. Thus, it is evident that the rigidity of nuclear membranes is greater than that of cortical membranes. Also the permeability coefficients for oxygen measured in domains of nuclear membranes were significantly lower than appropriate coefficients measured in cortical membranes. Relationships between the organization of lipids into lipid domains in fiber cells plasma membranes and the organization of membrane proteins are discussed. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  1. Data set for mass spectrometric analysis of recombinant human serum albumin from various expression systems

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    Full Text Available Human serum albumin (HSA is a versatile and important protein for the pharmaceutical industry (Fanali et al., Mol. Aspects Med. 33(3 (2012 209–290. Due to the potential transmission of pathogens from plasma sourced albumin, numerous expression systems have been developed to produce recombinant HSA (rHSA (Chen et al., Biochim. Biophys. Acta (BBA—Gen. Subj. 1830(12 (2013 5515–5525; Kobayashi, Biologicals 34(1 (2006 55–59. Based on our previous study showing increased glycation of rHSA expressed in Asian rice (Frahm et al., J. Phys. Chem. B 116(15 (2012 4661–4670, both supplier-to-supplier and lot-to-lot variability of rHSAs from a number of expression systems were evaluated using reversed phase liquid chromatography linked with MS and MS/MS analyses. The data are associated with the research article ‘Determination of Supplier-to-Supplier and Lot-to-Lot Variability in Glycation of Recombinant Human Serum Albumin Expressed in Oryza sativa’ where further analysis of rHSA samples with additional biophysical methods can be found (Frahm et al., PLoS ONE 10(9 (2014 e109893. We determined that all rHSA samples expressed in rice showed elevated levels of arginine and lysine hexose glycation compared to rHSA expressed in yeast, suggesting that the extensive glycation of the recombinant proteins is a by-product of either the expression system or purification process and not a random occurrence.

  2. Temperature dependent heterogeneous rotational correlation in lipids.

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    Dadashvand, Neda; Othon, Christina M

    2016-11-15

    Lipid structures exhibit complex and highly dynamic lateral structure; and changes in lipid density and fluidity are believed to play an essential role in membrane targeting and function. The dynamic structure of liquids on the molecular scale can exhibit complex transient density fluctuations. Here the lateral heterogeneity of lipid dynamics is explored in free standing lipid monolayers. As the temperature is lowered the probes exhibit increasingly broad and heterogeneous rotational correlation. This increase in heterogeneity appears to exhibit a critical onset, similar to those observed for glass forming fluids. We explore heterogeneous relaxation in in a single constituent lipid monolayer of 1, 2-dimyristoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine  by measuring the rotational diffusion of a fluorescent probe (1-palmitoyl-2-[1]-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine), which is embedded in the lipid monolayer at low labeling density. Dynamic distributions are measured using wide-field time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy. The observed relaxation exhibits a narrow, liquid-like distribution at high temperatures (τ ∼ 2.4 ns), consistent with previous experimental measures (Dadashvand et al 2014 Struct. Dyn. 1 054701, Loura and Ramalho 2007 Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1768 467-478). However, as the temperature is quenched, the distribution broadens, and we observe the appearance of a long relaxation population (τ ∼ 16.5 ns). This supports the heterogeneity observed for lipids at high packing densities, and demonstrates that the nanoscale diffusion and reorganization in lipid structures can be significantly complex, even in the simplest amorphous architectures. Dynamical heterogeneity of this form can have a significant impact on the organization, permeability and energetics of lipid membrane structures.

  3. Calvyn oor twyfel | Potgieter | Acta Theologica

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    ... sinful human nature, causing anxiety and conflict in the faithful. Although it is part and parcel of Christian life, he condemns it as opposed to the will of God. He does, however, also express his compassion with those suffering under this duress. God expects the faithful to actively resist temptations of doubt and uncertainty.

  4. Discernment in 1 Thessalonians | Sciberras | Acta Theologica

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    This article analyses Paul's use of δοκιμάζειν in 1 Thessalonians 5:21 within the context of verbs for discernment (δοκιμάζειν, πειράζειν, διακρίνειν and their cognates). It discusses Paul's use of these verbs against the background of discernment in the Septuaginta. Paul's own understanding of discernment is then further ...

  5. Acta Structilia - Vol 24, No 2 (2017)

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    Deciphering priority areas for improving project risk management through critical analysis of pertinent risks in the Zambian construction industry · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Chipozya Kosta Tembo-Silungwe, Nthatisi Khatleli, 1-43.

  6. Acta Theologica - Vol 28, No 2 (2008)

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    Le Saint Esprit a yci pourtrait au vif ... Calvin's understanding of the Holy Spirit's modus operandi in the life of believers in the light of the preface to his Commentary on the Psalms · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. L Kayayan, 84-94 ...

  7. Acta Neuropsychiatrica; Tijdschrift voor een hedendaagse neuropsychiatrie.

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    Verhey, F H

    1989-09-01

    Samenvatting De psychiatrie benist op een evenwichtige combinatie van gedragswetenschappelijke (ontwikkelingspsychologische en sociale) en natuurwetenschappelijke (neuropsychiatri-sche) dementen. Ofschoon klinici werkzaam in de gezondheidszorg er vaak in slaagden dit evenwicht rede-lijk te handhaven, werd de officiële psychiatrie tot voor kort meestal nogal modieus gedomineerd door een van deze deelgebieden. Uitgroei tot volwassenheid van de psychiatrie vraagt in deze fase om een aanvulling van de in de laatste decennien sterk tot de verbeelding sprekende psychologische en sociale dementen met de verworvenhe-den van een nieuwe neuropsychiatrie. Geschetst wordt waar uit deze verworvenheden bestaan en hoe deze effectief in de psychiatrische gezondheidszorg onderwijs en onderzoek ingebouwd kunnen worden. Het binnen de psychiatrie tot ontwikkeling brengen van een toegepaste klinische psychofysiologie van essentieel belang.

  8. II Actas Congreso .¿Nuevos feminismos?

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    ÍNDICE Presentación CONSOL AGUILAR RÓDENAS I. PONENCIAS La representación de la violencia / la violencia de la representación: De Jack el Destripador a Ciudad Juárez, pasando por la pantalla de la televisión,MARÍA RUIDO. Las apostillas al cuerpo: un ámbito de debates feministas, MERI TORRAS. Mujeres jóvenes y movimientos feministas: ¿Una nueva generación de feministas?,SHAMILLAH WILSON. La doble discriminación de las lesbianas,BEATRIZ GIMENO. II. MESAS REDONDAS ...

  9. Hippocrates: facts and fiction | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, is reviewed as a historical person and in terms of his contribution to medicine in order to distinguish fact from fiction. Contemporary and later sources reveal that many (possibly untrue) legends accumulated around this enigmatic figure. The textual tradition and the composition of the ...

  10. Corruption: How should Christians respond? | Theron | Acta ...

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    The results of the 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International indicate the seriousness of the worldwide corruption problem. Although recent decades have witnessed a global public awareness and an increase in attempts to eradicate corruption, it is an ongoing problem. It is evident that legislation is ...

  11. Acta Theologica 2010 Supplementum 13 Second Edition

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    64) occurs, with an a-theoretical understanding in which the greatest .... recognised qualitative research methods, are further mapped out, with specific ..... pertaining to pastoral care, the focus in the case of futures studies is the.

  12. Praying Through Kenosis | Williams | Acta Theologica

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    ... means that prayer is a reality as it really affects God, and changes the future, and, on the other hand, retains the traditional view of God as totally sovereign, which includes his omniscience. Then, if God's approach to people is kenotic, the response of people to God, especially in prayer, should likewise be in the humility of

  13. bladet. Acta Periodica Rerum Interiorum Bibliotecae Universitatis

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    Temanummer med billeder, interwievs og personaleberetninger om Syddansk Universitetsbiblioteks afdeling i Østergade i Odense 1968-2007. Redaktører m.m. Erik Hellerup Madsen og Søren Mogensen sammen med redaktørgruppen Projekt Fra Glemmebogen. Yderligere bidrag kan findes i Projekt Fra Glemmebogen....

  14. Mystical Perspectives in Interreligious Dialogue | Waaijman | Acta ...

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    The article reflects, first of all, on Paul's reaction to the questions and challenges of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers in his audience that relates to this distinction. A second part will investigate the mystical unity of the unknowable God and his body language in Christ. In a third part some mystical perspectives on this ...

  15. Acta theologica supplementum 12-2009

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    alist perspective on the significance of involving the intended audience in the ... churches” is the most important strategy of the United Bible Societies (UBS). ... translation drafts, raising local support, and marketing of the translated Scrip ture.

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    This paper compares the use of these terms in English translations with that of episkopos in ..... (literally, elders, from which is derived the transliteration, priests). Moreover, ..... The American Heritage dictionary of the English language. 4th ed.

  17. Acta theologica supplementum 12-2009

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    radie 1986, De Vries, Willemyns en Burger 1994, Raidt 1980, Van der Wal 1994,. Van Zijl 1992, en Wikipedia, de vrije .... Pare wat gaan trou het, het 'n Statenbijbel as geskenk gekry. Vaders het driemaal per .... verhaal is in tyd en ruimte ver verwyder van die SuidAfrika van Du Toit. Deur gebruik te maak van buitelandse en ...

  18. The death of Cleopatra | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Death occurred very rapidly and the bodies showed no recognisable snake bite wounds. Fatal viper bites are characteristically associated with prominent, swollen and haemorrhagic wounds. Cobras may cause rapid death in spite of minor bite wounds, but in order to kill three adults, the snake would have to be large.

  19. Acta Theologica - Vol 33, No 2 (2013)

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    Entering the Corridors of Power: State and Church in the Reception History of Revelation · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL ... When Kingdoms are Kingdoms no more: A social-scientific reading of the Mustard Seed (Lk 13:18-19) · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT

  20. Acta theologica supplementum 12-2009

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    of Yoruba identity formation and the Yoruba antislavery struggle in the 1800s will help ... identifications across multiple dialects and has given women and lower ... and Catholic liberation theology inflict a certain degree of social disruption on in .... cultural path of Christianity in West Africa from Islam” (Peel 2000:189). Earlier.

  1. What is spirituality? | Waaijman | Acta Theologica

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    This essay provides, first of all, a historical perspective on the nature of spirituality by investigating its early forms, followed by a discussion of two approaches in the last century. It then investigates three basic forms of spirituality, concluding with an overview of elements of spirituality.

  2. Conformity in Christ | Waaijman | Acta Theologica

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    This essay investigates the notion of conformity in Christ as it is part of a comprehensive, multilayered process of transformation. In the first part it focuses on the process of transformation in creation, re-creation, conformity, love and glory. In the second part it discusses transformation in Christ by looking at conformation and ...

  3. Acta theologica supplementum 12-2009

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    The Kurumans of the world are now teaching London about mission. The pe ... agency that took the Gospel and its benefits from the centre of the British. Empire and spread them abroad through the work of missionaries and other agents.

  4. El Espíritu, memoria y testimonio de Cristo. A propósito de la «Tertio Millennio Adveniente», Actas del IX Simposio de Teología histórica (Reseña)

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    Reseña del libro de Alfonso ESPONERA CERDÁN (ed.), El Espíritu, memoria y testimonio de Cristo. A propósito de la «Tertio Millennio Adveniente», Actas del IX Simposio de Teología histórica, Facultad de Teología San Vicente Ferrer («Series Valentina» 40), Valencia 1997,528 pp.

  5. Daniel Gallego Hernández (Ed.). Enfoques actuales en traducción económica e institucional. Actas del Congreso Internacional de Traducción Económica, Comercial, Financiera e Institucional. Suiça: Editorial Peter Lang, 2015. 254 p.

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    Daniel Gallego-Hernández (ed.). Current Approaches to Business and Institutional Translation. Proceedings of the International Conference on Economic, Business, Financial and Institutional Translation / Enfoques actuales en traducción económica e institucional. Actas del Congreso Internacional de Traducción Económica, Comercial, Financiera e Institucional. Suíça: Peter Lang, 2015, 254 páginas. ISBN 978-3-0343-1656-9.

  6. Daniel Gallego Hernández (Ed.. Enfoques actuales en traducción económica e institucional. Actas del Congreso Internacional de Traducción Económica, Comercial, Financiera e Institucional. Suiça: Editorial Peter Lang, 2015. 254 p.

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7968.2016v36n2p291 Daniel Gallego Hernández (Ed.. Enfoques actuales en traducción económica e institucional. Actas del Congreso Internacional de Traducción Económica, Comercial, Financiera e Institucional. Suiça: Editorial Peter Lang, 2015. 254 p.

  7. The effects of methylglyoxal-bis(guanylhydrazone) on spermine binding and transport in liver mitochondria.

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    Toninello, A; Via, L D; Di Noto, V; Mancon, M

    1999-12-15

    This study evaluated the effect of the anticancer drug methylglyoxal-bis(guanylhydrazone) (MGBG) on the binding of the polyamine spermine to the mitochondrial membrane and its transport into the inner compartment of this organelle. Spermine binding was studied by applying a new thermodynamic treatment of ligand-receptor interactions (Di Noto et al., Macromol Theory Simul 5: 165-181, 1996). Results showed that MGBG inhibited the binding of spermine to the site competent for the first step in polyamine transport; the interaction of spermine with this site, termed S1, also mediates the inhibitory effect of the polyamine on the mitochondrial permeability transition (Dalla Via et al., Biochim Biophys Acta 1284: 247-252, 1996). In the presence of 1 mM MGBG, the binding capacity and affinity of this site were reduced by about 2.6-fold; on the contrary, the binding capacity of the S2 site, which is most likely responsible for the internalization of cytoplasmic proteins (see Dalla Via et al., reference cited above), increased by about 1.3-fold, and its binding affinity remained unaffected. MGBG also inhibited the initial rate of spermine transport in a dose-dependent manner by establishing apparently sigmoidal kinetics. Consequently, the total extent of spermine accumulation inside mitochondria was inhibited. This inhibition in transport seems to reflect a conformational change at the level of the channel protein constituting the polyamine transport system, rather than competitive inhibition at the inner active site of the channel, thereby excluding the possibility that the polyamine and drug use the same transport pathway. Furthermore, it is suggested that, in the presence of MGBG, the S2 site is able to participate in residual spermine transport. MGBG also strongly inhibits deltapH-dependent spermine efflux, resulting in a complete block in the bidirectional flux of the polyamine and its sequestration inside the matrix space. The effects of MGBG on spermine accumulation

  8. Molecular basis of proton uptake in single and double mutants of cytochrome c oxidase

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    Henry, Rowan M; Caplan, David; Pomes, Regis [Molecular Structure and Function, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8 (Canada); Fadda, Elisa, E-mail: pomes@sickkids.ca [Department of Chemistry, University of Galway (Ireland)

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    Cytochrome c oxidase, the terminal enzyme of the respiratory chain, utilizes the reduction of dioxygen into water to pump protons across the mitochondrial inner membrane. The principal pathway of proton uptake into the enzyme, the D channel, is a 2.5 nm long channel-like cavity named after a conserved, negatively charged aspartic acid (D) residue thought to help recruiting protons to its entrance (D132 in the first subunit of the S. sphaeroides enzyme). The single-point mutation of D132 to asparagine (N), a neutral residue, abolishes enzyme activity. Conversely, replacing conserved N139, one-third into the D channel, by D, induces a decoupled phenotype, whereby oxygen reduction proceeds but not proton pumping. Intriguingly, the double mutant D132N/N139D, which conserves the charge of the D channel, restores the wild-type phenotype. We use molecular dynamics simulations and electrostatic calculations to examine the structural and physical basis for the coupling of proton pumping and oxygen chemistry in single and double N139D mutants. The potential of mean force for the conformational isomerization of N139 and N139D side chains reveals the presence of three rotamers, one of which faces the channel entrance. This out-facing conformer is metastable in the wild-type and in the N139D single mutant, but predominant in the double mutant thanks to the loss of electrostatic repulsion with the carboxylate group of D132. The effects of mutations and conformational isomerization on the pKa of E286, an essential proton-shuttling residue located at the top of the D channel, are shown to be consistent with the electrostatic control of proton pumping proposed recently (Fadda et al 2008 Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1777 277-84). Taken together, these results suggest that preserving the spatial distribution of charges at the entrance of the D channel is necessary to guarantee both the uptake and the relay of protons to the active site of the enzyme. These findings highlight the interplay

  9. Molecular basis of proton uptake in single and double mutants of cytochrome c oxidase

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    Henry, Rowan M; Caplan, David; Pomes, Regis; Fadda, Elisa

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    Cytochrome c oxidase, the terminal enzyme of the respiratory chain, utilizes the reduction of dioxygen into water to pump protons across the mitochondrial inner membrane. The principal pathway of proton uptake into the enzyme, the D channel, is a 2.5 nm long channel-like cavity named after a conserved, negatively charged aspartic acid (D) residue thought to help recruiting protons to its entrance (D132 in the first subunit of the S. sphaeroides enzyme). The single-point mutation of D132 to asparagine (N), a neutral residue, abolishes enzyme activity. Conversely, replacing conserved N139, one-third into the D channel, by D, induces a decoupled phenotype, whereby oxygen reduction proceeds but not proton pumping. Intriguingly, the double mutant D132N/N139D, which conserves the charge of the D channel, restores the wild-type phenotype. We use molecular dynamics simulations and electrostatic calculations to examine the structural and physical basis for the coupling of proton pumping and oxygen chemistry in single and double N139D mutants. The potential of mean force for the conformational isomerization of N139 and N139D side chains reveals the presence of three rotamers, one of which faces the channel entrance. This out-facing conformer is metastable in the wild-type and in the N139D single mutant, but predominant in the double mutant thanks to the loss of electrostatic repulsion with the carboxylate group of D132. The effects of mutations and conformational isomerization on the pKa of E286, an essential proton-shuttling residue located at the top of the D channel, are shown to be consistent with the electrostatic control of proton pumping proposed recently (Fadda et al 2008 Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1777 277-84). Taken together, these results suggest that preserving the spatial distribution of charges at the entrance of the D channel is necessary to guarantee both the uptake and the relay of protons to the active site of the enzyme. These findings highlight the interplay

  10. Molecular basis of proton uptake in single and double mutants of cytochrome c oxidase

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    Henry, Rowan M.; Caplan, David; Fadda, Elisa; Pomès, Régis

    2011-06-01

    Cytochrome c oxidase, the terminal enzyme of the respiratory chain, utilizes the reduction of dioxygen into water to pump protons across the mitochondrial inner membrane. The principal pathway of proton uptake into the enzyme, the D channel, is a 2.5 nm long channel-like cavity named after a conserved, negatively charged aspartic acid (D) residue thought to help recruiting protons to its entrance (D132 in the first subunit of the S. sphaeroides enzyme). The single-point mutation of D132 to asparagine (N), a neutral residue, abolishes enzyme activity. Conversely, replacing conserved N139, one-third into the D channel, by D, induces a decoupled phenotype, whereby oxygen reduction proceeds but not proton pumping. Intriguingly, the double mutant D132N/N139D, which conserves the charge of the D channel, restores the wild-type phenotype. We use molecular dynamics simulations and electrostatic calculations to examine the structural and physical basis for the coupling of proton pumping and oxygen chemistry in single and double N139D mutants. The potential of mean force for the conformational isomerization of N139 and N139D side chains reveals the presence of three rotamers, one of which faces the channel entrance. This out-facing conformer is metastable in the wild-type and in the N139D single mutant, but predominant in the double mutant thanks to the loss of electrostatic repulsion with the carboxylate group of D132. The effects of mutations and conformational isomerization on the pKa of E286, an essential proton-shuttling residue located at the top of the D channel, are shown to be consistent with the electrostatic control of proton pumping proposed recently (Fadda et al 2008 Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1777 277-84). Taken together, these results suggest that preserving the spatial distribution of charges at the entrance of the D channel is necessary to guarantee both the uptake and the relay of protons to the active site of the enzyme. These findings highlight the interplay

  11. Interactions of solvent with the heme region of methemoglobin and fluoro-methemoglobin.

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    Koenig, S H; Brown, R D; Lindstrom, T R

    1981-06-01

    It is now more than 20 years since Davidson and collaborators (1957, Biochim. Biophys, Acta. 26:370-373; J. Mol. Biol. 1:190-191) applied the theoretical ideas of Bloembergen et al. (1948. Phys. Rev. 73:679-712) on outer sphere magnetic relaxation of solvent protons to studies of solutions of methemoglobin. From then on, there has been debate regarding the relative contributions to paramagnetic solvent proton relaxation by inner sphere (ligand-exchange) effects and by outer sphere (diffusional) effects in methemoglobin solutions. Gupta and Mildvan (1975. J. Biol. Chem 250:146-253) extended the early measurements, attributed the relatively small paramagnetic effects to exchange with solvent of the water ligand of the heme-Fe3+ ion, and interpreted their data to indicate cooperativity and an alkaline Bohr effect in the presence of inositol hexaphosphate. They neglected the earlier discussions entirely, and made no reference to outer sphere effects. We have measured the relaxation rate of solvent protons as a function of magnetic field for solutions of methemoglobin, under a variety of conditions of pH and temperature, and have given careful consideration to the relatively large diamagnetic corrections that are necessary by making analogous measurements on oxyhemoglobin, carbonmonoxyhemoglobin, and cyano- and azide-methemoglobin. (The latter two, because of their short electronic relaxation times, behave as though diamagnetic). We show that the paramagnetic contribution to solvent relaxation can be dominated by outer sphere effects, a result implying that many conclusions, including those of Gupta and Mildvan, require reexamination. Finally, we present data for fluoro-methemoglobin, which relaxes solvent protons an order of magnitude better than does methemoglobin. Here one has a startling breakdown of the dogma that has been the basis for interpreting many ligand-replacement studies; in contrast to the prevailing view that replacement of a water ligand of a protein

  12. “Una vez triunfantes las armas del ejército francés en Puebla”. De las actas de adhesión de la ciudad de Puebla y de los pueblos en el distrito de Cholula, 1863

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    Este artículo analiza las opiniones de los habitantes de Cholula y Puebla contenidas en las actas de adhesión al Imperio mexicano redactadas inmediatamente después del triunfo del ejército francés en mayo de 1863. Estos instrumentos jurídicos, pese a las descalificaciones de los historiadores adictos al régimen republicano, representan miradores privilegiados de las primeras impresiones de un sector de la sociedad poblana abiertamente partidaria de la Intervención. Dejando aparte la polémica ...

  13. Spanish participation in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE: contributions to the Helsinki Final Act | La participación española en la Conferencia para la Seguridad y la Cooperación en Europa (CSCE: aportaciones al Acta Final de Helsinki

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    Full Text Available The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe announcement provided Francoist Spain an excellent opportunity to join a multilateral forum aiming to promote security in Europe as well as a détente between the West and the Soviet Union. Spanish diplomacy, despite the relative international isolation of the country and the limits derived from the authoritarian nature of the Regime, designed a negotiation strategy contributing to gaining visibility and providing valuable contributions to the Final Act, such as the incorporation of the text on Mediterranean security. They also reached a wording of the Act principles agreeable to Spain’s interest and to the progress made in United Nations. On the basis of the analysis of the Spanish delegation reports, this article studies both the lights of the work done in Helsinki and Geneva and its shades, the latter being identified with the red lines established by the Francoist Regime. In terms of human rights and especially regarding free circulation and exchange of information. | La convocatoria de la Conferencia para la Seguridad y la Cooperación en Europa brindó una ocasión excelente a la España franquista para poder participar en un foro multilateral destinado a promover la seguridad en Europa y la distensión entre Occidente y la Unión Soviética. La diplomacia española, pese al relativo aislamiento al que seguía sometido el país y las limitaciones que se derivaban de la naturaleza autoritaria del Régimen, trazó una estrategia negociadora que le permitió ganar visibilidad y realizar aportaciones destacadas al Acta Final, como la incorporación del texto sobre la seguridad en el Mediterráneo. Del mismo modo, logró que la redacción de los principios del Acta fuera conforme a los intereses de España y se preservaran los logros alcanzados en Naciones Unidas. Este artículo tiene por objeto estudiar, a partir del análisis de los informes redactados por la propia delegación espa

  14. Die Afrikaans van die bybelvertaling van 1933 1 | Steyn | Acta ...

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    The first translators of the Bible had to start their work before the standardisation of Afrikaans. This article firstly explores the difficulties encountered by the Bible translators in breaking with the language of the Statenbijbel. Secondly, it is indicated how translators were able to utilise the insights of linguists and language ...

  15. Radical Orthodoxy - Its ecumenical vision | Ward | Acta Theologica

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    The first book in the Series Radical Orthodoxy (RO) was not meant to be programmatic or set out to change the direction of modern theology. There are certain shared sensibilities among its authors and, principally, an ecumenical vision. This article sketches the nature of that ecumenical vision that begins with the way in ...

  16. Narrative preaching - yet another perspective | Van Rensburg | Acta ...

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    The theme of narrative preaching has been widely discussed for more than a decade. However, only recently did the interest in this form of communication of the gospel of Jesus Christ become apparent within the congregational context. Ministers increasingly find it necessary to adopt a new approach in preaching.

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  18. Narrative temporality and Johannine symbolism: research | Ito | Acta ...

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    ? To investigate this is the purpose of this article. The notion of narrative temporality is not new in the study of Biblical texts. However, there have not been many studies which make this notion their main thrust. Rather, generally speaking, it has ...

  19. The illnesses of Herod the Great | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Herod the Great, Idumean by birth, was king of the Jews from 40BC to AD 4. An able statesman, builder and warrior, he ruthlessly stamped out all perceived opposition to his rule. His last decade was characterised by vicious strife within his family and progressive ill health. We review the nature of his illnesses and suggest ...

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  1. Towards a Spirituality of Peace | De Villiers | Acta Theologica

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    This article contributes towards designing a Spirituality of Peace within Spirituality as a discipline. It first analyses the increasing attention to violence and peace generally and within religious contexts specifically. It then critically evaluates some approaches that view violence and peace as moral issues and shows how these ...

  2. Gelukkig hij die uw kinderen zal grijpen' | Peels | Acta Theologica

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    Happy is he who seizes your infants…. Hermeneutical and biblical-theological positioning of the Old Testament imprecations. The Old Testament contains many prayers for the shaming, punishment or destruction of the godless, especially in the Psalms. This imprecatory prayer, which still forms one of the most troublesome ...

  3. Thomas Aquinas: On Law, Tyranny and Resistance | Swartz | Acta ...

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    Thomas Aquinas's notion on law, tyranny and resistance served as a limitation on governmental powers. When those who bear the law command things which exceed the competence of such authority, the subject is free to obey or disobey. The function of the law culminates in two maxims: quantum ad vim coactivam legis ...

  4. Tumours and cancers in Graeco-Roman times | Retief | Acta ...

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    In Hippocratic literature tumours were mainly classified as karkinômata, phumata and oidêmata. Phumata included a large variety of tumours, inflammatory and neoplastic in origin, and mostly benign (in modern terms), whilst oidêmata were soft, painless tumours and even included generalised oedema (dropsy). Although ...

  5. Godsdiens: Middel tot verslawing of tot heling? | Coetzer | Acta ...

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    There are two sides to religion, on the one hand the threat that implies emotional pain and addiction, on the other hand the healing and liberating effect of a balanced and healthy religion. In this article the focus is on the former. Factors which render people vulnerable to spiritual addiction are put on the table. Similarities ...

  6. Paul, military imagery and social disadvantage | Punt | Acta ...

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    In the past, attention for the social position or standing of the early Jesus followers was overrun by concerns for the theological and religious dimensions of those communities. The role of the Roman Empire and the impact of its military forces on the lives of people have generated even less attention. Paul's use of military ...

  7. Jesus, history and the gospels: research | Moyise | Acta Theologica

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    This article considers the reasons why modern scholars have felt the need to go behind the four Gospels and search for the historical Jesus. After a short discussion on methodology, especially the criteria used to detect the earliest and most reliable traditions about Jesus, a number of recent proposals are discussed: Jesus ...

  8. Contours of Biblical spirituality as a discipline | Welzen | Acta ...

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    ... divine human relational process. A dialogue of spirituality and exegesis is needed. For doing research a threefold competence is needed: in exegesis, in spirituality and in the integration of these two. The final section is about intertextuality. Intertextuality may help to understand the spiritual process in reading biblical texts.

  9. Interview with Piet J. Naudé | Laubscher | Acta Theologica

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    ... The Netherlands. His thesis explored the relation between theory and practice in Latin-American Liberation Theologies and the work of Johann Baptist Metz. As Humboldt scholar, he later built a special academic relation with Michael Welker in Heidelberg (Germany) and with the Centre for Theological Inquiry at (USA).

  10. Egyptian personal piety and Israel's wisdom literature | Fischer | Acta ...

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    This article evaluates the movement of Egyptian personal piety and its relation to Israelite wisdom texts. Hymns and prayers of personal piety developed in the New Kingdom at the same time as "heretic" Harpers' songs and love songs. The personal piety affected also the genre of instructions. The instruction of Amenemope ...

  11. A new framework for Bible translation | Wilt | Acta Theologica

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    ... as well as translators and choosing a particular translation approach in terms of mutually agreed upon goals. The Bible translation process may involve not just producing a text to represent the sacred text, but also supplementary texts to enhance understanding and appreciation of both the translation and the translated.

  12. The language ecology of a new Afrikaans Bible | Ponelis | Acta ...

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    Three sets of codes are germane to a current Afrikaans Bible translation: Dutch, English and varieties of Afrikaans, especially Standard Afrikaans. Dutch was established as a local language of culture in the Dutch era from 1652 to 1806. The sweeping transformation of Cape society by British colonial rule gave great impetus ...

  13. A new leadership for a new ecclesiology | Mothoagae | Acta ...

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    While many berate the poor level of leadership in the Church, it is noticeable that the same complaint is made about leadership in the corporate world. It is the authors' contention that the new ecclesiology that has been spoken and written about during the past decades cannot be implemented until there is a change in the ...

  14. Persecution in the book of Revelation | De Villiers | Acta Theologica

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    In this article attention will be given to scholarly interpretations of persecution in Revelation with special attention to their theoretical, hermeneutical and theological implications. After an introductory discussion of the traditional interpretation of a ";real"; persecution in a Domitianic setting, attention will be given to the recent ...

  15. Poverty Relief or Poverty Eradication? | Kritzinger | Acta Theologica

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    The author challenges the reader to make two mindshifts: from a focus on poverty relief to an emphasis on poverty eradication; and from viewing the poor as the objects of poverty alleviation to accepting them as the subjects of poverty eradication. The case is argued and a practical approach towards poverty eradication is ...

  16. Snake and staff symbolism in healing | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Since time immemorial the snake has been venerated as an enigmatic creature with supernatural powers. As a snake and staff symbol it is also traditionally associated with the healing arts, either as the single-snake attribute of Asclepius, or as the doublesnake attribute of Hermes. In this article the mythological basis for this ...

  17. Etiese Besluitneming Volgens 1 Johannes | van der Watt | Acta ...

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  18. Kom ons skryf 'n Psalm! | Snyman | Acta Theologica

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    psalms of the setting in life (Sitz im Leben) of the psalms. Due to the personal nature of the psalms, the exact setting in life was even deliberately obscured. This should caution modern day researchers of the canonical Psalms to be mindful of the fact ...

  19. Power and authority in Matthew's gospel | Viljoen | Acta Theologica

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    Besides the strenuous relation of Matthew's community with non-Christian kinfolk, his text also reveals an underlying conflict with Roman Imperial ideology. Herod, Antipas and Pilate specifically impersonate this foreign domination. Apparently these figures have unlimited power which leaves Jesus and his followers as ...

  20. Skrif en Kerkorder/Scripture and church order | Celliers | Acta ...

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    This enables the congregation to adhere to its calling for obedience, love, and witness, so that the church can continue to exist. The outlines of the nature and order of the church should be addressed in all church orders to avoid pragmatism and arbitrariness on the one hand, and to create space for the various demands of ...

  1. Lead poisoning in ancient Rome | Retief | Acta Theologica

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    Lead was known to the ancients from at least the 4th millennium BC, but its use increased markedly during Roman times, to the extent that it became a health hazard. Mines and foundry furnaces caused air pollution; lead was extensively used in plumbing; domestic utensils were made of lead and pewter, and lead salts ...

  2. Sociedad de Estudios de Patología Quirúrgica de la Facultad de Medicina de Bogotá: estatutos: Estudio e Investigación. Reglamento: Tolerancia por las ideas ajenas (Acta de los días 4 y 11 de junio

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    Full Text Available El día 4 de junio a las 10 de la mañana se reunió la "Sociedad de Estudios de Patología Quirúrgica" en el salón de proyecciones adjunto al Laboratorio de Rayos X del Hospital. Presidió la sesión el Profesor Jorge E. Cavelier. Asistieron a ella los Profesores Corpas y Salgar, y los doctores Herrera Salgar y Jiménez. Suárez Una vez leída el acta de la sesión anterior, el doctor Herrera Salgar presentó un curioso caso sobre apéndice doble, dando una relación de él y mostrando unas placas anatomo-patológicas muy demostrativas. En seguida tomó la palabra el Profesor Corpas quien se refirió al caso presentado por el doctor Herrera Salgar, caso que, dijo, era tanto más interesante cuanto que se refería a una apendicitis crónica, pues muchas veces se presentaban falsos apéndices dobles. en las apendicitis agudas en las que el apéndice sufre a veces una especie de estrangulación cuya parte libre es injertada en el ciego semejando un apéndice doble. Dijo que el apéndice tenía por objeto suministrar una hormona cuyo papel es activar el peristaltismo intestinal, lo cual se puede comprobar por la constipación habitual de que son víctimas los apendicectomizados. Hizo referencias a las anomalías en la especie humana, como manifestaciones de evolución regresiva, y mostró cómo en el caso particular de apéndice doble éste estan frecuente en los hervíboros.

  3. Distribution and Characterization of Antigens Found in Subcellular Fractions of African Trypanosomes.

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    34 • . . .. . -. 11. (i.e., Trypanosoma cruzi, Pereira et al 1978; Entamoeba histolytica, McLaughlin and Muller in preparation...Partial purification and some properties of a neutral sulfhydryl and an acid proteinase from Entamoeba histolytica. Can. J. Microbiol. 23 420-425...in membrane fragments isolated from Acanthamoeba sp . Biochem. Biophys. Acta 193 203-211. Voorheis, H.P. Gale, J.S., Owen, M.J. and Edwards W. (1979

  4. “One in christ”: Fedsem spiritualities of solidarity | Duncan | Acta ...

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    The spiritual life of the seminary, manifested most clearly in its worship life, became its source of strength and sustained its mission and vision: to be and yet, to become “One in Christ”. This was conveyed by means of various forms of denominational and ecumenical solidarity as an expression of Christian love.

  5. Klaagliedere 3:42: vergifnis of nie-vergifnis? | O'Kennedy | Acta ...

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    Lamentations 3 speaks about punishment, but not rejection or unwillingness to forgive. The worshipper in verse 42 confronts God with his real self: He is supposed to forgive. In the rest of chapter 3 we find reminders of God's forgiving heart: mercy and compassion (vv. 22, 32); faithfulness (v. 23); kindness (vv. 25, 26, 27); ...

  6. “Showing respect” in bible translation | van der Spuy | Acta Theologica

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    This article focuses on the way respect is shown by using 2nd person personal pronouns in languages that distinguish between you plural (you all), you honorific (polite) and you singular (familiar) forms. It discusses the likely influence of the well known Russian Synodal Translation on other translations in the former Soviet ...

  7. Turismo Musical y Festivales. Actas del I Congreso Internacional de Turismo Musical y Festivales

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    The University of Extremadura hosted the 1st International Conference in Musical Tourism and Festivals 17-18 December 2015. This conference was a space for exchange between stakeholders and academics the musical tourism and festivals fields to learn from other areas and sectors; it will include keynotes, stakeholder-led discussion groups and parallel papers & posters considering and showcasing the delivery and assessment of engaged and impactful research. Spain and Portugal hold great pot...

  8. Digitalization of "Acta Stomatologica Croatica" Journal (1966;1 - 1999;33).

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    Modern documents, scientific articles and books are primarily issued in electronic form and their availability depends on the publisher's, or the document owner's, business ethics. The primary purpose of publishing a scientific article is to communicate with the scientific and professional community; therefore, the published article has to be available worldwide. The question is: Who really needs scientific papers from the 1960's? In cases of brilliant and bold visionaries, new concepts and scientific discoveries often come before their time; hence they have to be "reinvented" decades later. Besides, the scientists of today can enter the spiritual spheres of their professional ancestors and give respect to their legacy.
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  9. In search of the original text in Mark 9:38 | Hendriks | Acta Theologica

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    The question remains which text appears to be the more original one. Several scholars – such as Vaganay, Duplacy, Amphoux, and others – in search of the original text of Mark – opt for a so called Western text, the main stream still prefers the Neutral text of Westcott and Hort. A text-critical analysis of Mark 9:38 may provide ...

  10. Actas III Jornadas de Propiedad Intelectual. Los soportes en los que se recogen tangibles e intangibles.

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    En estos tiempos tan convulsos que nos ha tocado vivir, es necesario proteger los derechos de propiedad intelectual para fomentar el crecimiento económico, la innovación y la creatividad. Las medidas destinadas a salvaguardar los derechos de propiedad intelectual (DPI) y a luchar contra la falsificación y la piratería en el mercado interior abarcan tanto el ámbito penal como el civil, sin olvidar el ámbito mercantil, jurisdicción especial en el campo civil. Sin relegar la pe...

  11. La dinámica participativa en las actas de reuniones del CONEI

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    Full Text Available The dynamism of participation in the minutes of the CONEI meetings This is a discussion about the results of a documentary research about the participative dynamics into the minutes of the CONEI (Consejo Educativo Institucional meetings of four public schools from Lima. The qualitative analysis of the minutes reveals that the participation characterizes for being formal, bureaucratic, unidirectional and conflicted; that is focused in the administrative and economic issues of the educational management. The discourse expresses an ideal vision about participation but negative about conflict. Also, the participation in the meeting is considered like being in the meeting, and the leadership of the principal and the teachers stands out, however, the students and parents are excluded or autoexcluded.

  12. Rethinking the demarcation of Malachi 2:17-3:5 | Snyman | Acta ...

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    emarcating a unit remains important for the interpretation and understanding of the particular unit in a (Biblical) book. In the case of the book of Malachi, the majority of scholars adhere to the traditional demarcation of the fourth unit in the book of Malachi (2:17-3:5). Closer investigation reveals that the matter is not as settled ...

  13. Tax Evasion and the Impact on Economic Growth Acta Universitatis Danubius. OEconomica

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    Shkendije Demalijaj Ukaj

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    Full Text Available The level of taxation is very important for the development of current and future of a country and fiscal policy should always be considered as an important factor in the behavior of participants and their ability to tax evasion and informality. Government fiscal policies can trigger tax increase under pressure, especially in situations such as economic crisis, inflation, unemployment, instability, when the burden of this obligation grows, its effects are considered to take them to tax evasion and informality (Dragomir. et al. 2011. However, these reasons do not relate to all the great presence of this phenomenon in Kosovo, taking into account the recent economic crisis has not reflected in the economy of Kosovo and the Kosovo tax burden is among the lowest in the region, but leading cause of tax evasion and informality can be considered above the corruption of public administration officials including tax and customs officials, insufficient staff for his fighting, weak rule of law, as well as lower fiscal culture for paying taxes. For this reason the scope of this paper will be the theoretical treatment of the informal economy and tax evasion in view of tax avoidance, meaning, characteristics and their effects on the economy and possible recommendations on these viewpoints.

  14. “Bond of love”: The action of the spirit | Williams | Acta Theologica

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    The ancient idea, seen especially in Augustine, is that the main activity of the Spirit is that of providing relationship, as the “bond of love”; this provides a key concept which undergirds the work of the Spirit in creation, redemption, sanctification and empowering. It is hoped that increased understanding of the work of the Spirit ...

  15. Actas I Simposio Iberoamericano de Ecología Reproductiva, Reclutamiento y Pesquerías

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    El I Simposio Iberoamericano de Ecología Reproductiva, Reclutamiento y Pesquerías (Sibecorp) surge en respuesta a la inquietud de investigadores de Iberoamérica por fomentar la colaboración entre países de uno y otro lado del Atlántico, en el reconocimiento de que la pesca es un recurso económico vital en Latinoamérica, España y Portugal. Son numerosos los grupos de investigación que desarrollan su labor en el campo de la ecología pesquera y que profundizan en el concepto de sostenibili...

  16. The interpretation and translation of galatians 5:12 | Tolmie | Acta ...

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    As is evident from commentaries on Galatians and from various English translations, scholars do not agree on the meaning, rhetorical labelling and translation of the wish expressed by Paul in Galatians 5:12 ( [Ofelon kai; ajpokovyontai oiJ ajnastatou` nte” uJma`”). In this article various interpretations of this verse are ...

  17. Respek vir die liturgiese teks: J. Calvyn en J.S. Bach | Schulze | Acta ...

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    Despite obvious differences in terms of historical and theological aspects between Calvin and Bach, both share a respect for the priority of the Biblical text in worship.The anomaly between Calvin's engagement in the versification of the Psalter and Bach's preference for the literal (rather than a versified) use of the Biblical ...

  18. Actas do 1º Encontro do Mel das Arribas do Douro - ArribasMel 2004

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    1º Encontro do Mel das Arribas do Douro - ArribasMel 2004, Solar dos Marcos, Bemposta, Mogadouro, 27 Março 2004 Livro de resumos do 1º Encontro do Mel das Arribas do Douro - ArribasMel 2004, realizado no Solar dos Marcos, Bemposta, Mogadouro, 27 de Março 2004.

  19. ACTA-EVER lecture 2007 - The retinal pigment epithelium: friend or foe?

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    proliferating RPE cells. By means of 5-bromo-2-deoxyuridine (BrdU) labelling, we studied the proliferation of RPE cells in the porcine eye after experimental posterior pole injury. Surprisingly, we found that only the peripheral RPE cells incorporated the BrdU label, indicating that central injury elicits...... for long contact times between therapeutic, and non-toxic, concentrations of 5-FU and the RPE Udgivelsesdato: 2008/9...

  20. Twentieth-century English Bible translations | Naudé | Acta Theologica

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    The twentieth century has emerged as a major period of Bible translations and publications. The article explores both the cultural and social circumstances under which the English Bible translations of the twentieth century were produced and aspects relating to the translation process and reception. It offers insights into the ...

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    and systematic study that produces a wealth of contextual biblical ideas concerning ... debates and empirical data that have emerged and are still emerging concerning ... conversation lies a challenge: to recover and deepen the church's.

  2. Tax Evasion and the Impact on Economic Growth Acta Universitatis Danubius. OEconomica

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    The level of taxation is very important for the development of current and future of a country and fiscal policy should always be considered as an important factor in the behavior of participants and their ability to tax evasion and informality. Government fiscal policies can trigger tax increase under pressure, especially in situations such as economic crisis, inflation, unemployment, instability, when the burden of this obligation grows, its effects are considered to take them t...

  3. Acta Oncologica Lecture. Gastrointestinal consequences of cancer treatment and the wider context: a bad gut feeling.

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    The percentage of people living with a diagnosis of cancer is rising globally. Between 20% and 25% of people treated for cancer experience a consequence of cancer which has an adverse impact on the quality of their life. Gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms are the most common of all consequences of cancer treatment and have the greatest impact on daily activity. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF LONG-TERM BOWEL DAMAGE AFTER PELVIC RADIOTHERAPY: Long-term damage to the bowel after radiotherapy is mediated by ischaemic changes and fibrosis. Each fraction of radiotherapy causes a series of repetitive injuries to the intestinal tissue resulting in an altered healing process, which affects the integrity of the repair and changes the architecture of the bowel wall. THE NATURE OF GI SYMPTOMS THAT DEVELOP: Patient-reported outcome measures show that diarrhoea, urgency, increased bowel frequency, tenesmus and flatulence are the five most prevalent GI symptoms with a moderate or severe impact on patients' daily lives after treatment with pelvic radiotherapy. Many patients also experience fatigue, urinary problems and have sexual concerns. SYSTEMATIC ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT: The complex nature of those symptoms warrants systematic assessment and management. The use of a tested algorithm can assist in achieving this. The most common contributing factors to ongoing bowel problems after pelvic radiotherapy are small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, bile acid malabsorption, pancreatic insufficiency, rectal bleeding and its impact on bone health. Symptom burden, socio-psychosocial impact, memory and cognitive function, fatigue, urinary problems and sexual concerns need to be taken into account when thinking about consequences of cancer treatment. As our understanding of consequences of cancer treatments continues to emerge and encompass a wide variety of specialties, a holistic, multifaceted and multidisciplinary approach is required to manage those consequences long-term.

  4. Causes of death among the Caesars (27 BC-AD 476) | Retief | Acta ...

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    The Roman Empire was ruled by 77 emperors between 27 BC and AD 476 (503 years); 18 (23,4%) of them held sway during the Early Empire (27 BC–AD 193, 220 years), and 59 (76,6%) during the Late Empire (193-476, 283 years). On the average emperors in the Early Empire ruled for a longer period (12,7 years as ...

  5. Development of an experimental activity for teaching cooperativity and allosterism

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    B. Manta

    2006-07-01

     Biophys  Acta,  1997,  1339:155-66.  This  protocol  was  used during the 2005 Enzymology course in Montevideo with very satisfactory results.

  6. Acta Medica Indonesiana - The Indonesian Journal of Internal Medicine 333 Supraclavicular Lymphnodes: Unusual Manifestation of Metastase Adenocarcinoma Colon

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    Harijono Achmad

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available We report a patient with supraclavicular lymph node metastasis from an undetectable adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon, who presented with cough and was diagnosed with typhoid fever, bronchitis as well as liver metastasis. There were an abdominal fullness, weight loss, constipation, pencil-like stool with mucous and blood, low-grade fever, bone ache, and tea-color urine. The first colonoscopy revealed lymphocytic ileitis and microscopic findings also showed lymphocytic ileitis. Abdominal USG and CT revealed liver metastasis of unknown origin. Based on the clinical sign and symptoms, we suspected that colorectal carcinoma was the primary site. Then, the second colonoscopy was performed and it revealed a small polyp, which was followed with a biopsy and the result supported a well-differentiated colon adenocarcinoma. Similar result was also revealed by the histopathological evaluation. This is an unusual case of liver and supraclavicular lymph node metastasis arising from a small polyp adenocacinoma of the transverse colon. Key words: liver metastase, colorectal carcinoma, lymph node.

  7. ACTA DE CONSTITUCIÓN DE LA RED MESOAMERICANA DE INVESTIGACION EN SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA Y NUTRICIONAL (REISAN)

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    Delgado, Hernán

    2015-01-01

    Reunidos en la Sede de la Escuela de Nutrición de la Universidad de Costa Rica, el Instituto deNutrición de Centroamérica y Panamá INCAP/OPS con sede en Guatemala y representada por suDirector Dr. Hernán Delgado, y la Vicerrectoría de Investigación de la Universidad de Costa Rica,representada por el Dr. Henning Jensen Pennington, en calidad de entidades fundadoras de la Redde Investigación en Seguridad Alimentaria

  8. Proceedings of the Fourth Session of Radioprotection of the patient; Actas de la 4. Jornada de Proteccion Radiologica al Paciente

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    2009-07-01

    The Radiology Argentine Society and the Radioprotection Argentine Society have organized the 4. Session of the Protection to the Patient, in order to inform to the technical and scientific community about the scopes of the radioprotection to the patient. The principal treated topics were the following: effects of the radiation in radiodiagnostic; radioprotection of the fetus and the pregnancy woman; radioprotection in dental radiology; radiological protection in TAC; radiation doses in radiodiagnostic; treatment of radiation injuries; fatal accidents in radiotherapy. [Spanish] La Sociedad Argentina de Radiologia, y la Sociedad Argentina de Radioproteccion, han organizado la 4ta. Jornada de Proteccion al Paciente, con el objeto de informar a la comunidad cientifico y tecnica sobre los alcances de la radioproteccion al paciente. Los principales temas tratados fueron los siguientes: efectos de la radiacion en radiodiagnostico; radioproteccion del feto y la mujer gestante; radioproteccion en radiologia odontologica; proteccion radioogica en TAC; dosis de radiacion en radiodiagnostico; tratamiento de lesiones por radiacion; accidentes fatales en radioterapia.

  9. Fenomenologia e Ciência. Actas do IVº Congresso Internacional da AFFEN – IIIº Congresso Luso-Brasileiro de Fenomenologia

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    Borges-Duarte, Irene; Pardelha, Irene

    2014-01-01

    Este volume reune os textos apresentados ao IVº Congresso Internacional da AFFEN – IIIº Congresso Luso-Brasileiro de Fenomenologia, em 5 secções: Ciência, Técnica, Psicoterapia fenomenológica, Questões da Fenomenologia Husserliana e Outras fenomenologias. Tendo como temática unificadora «Fenomenologia e Ciência», integram-se trabalhos sobre aplicação da metodologia fenomenológica e hermenêutica às questões da ciência e da técnica, e a âmbitos científicos particulares como a Psicologia, a Soci...

  10. Proceedings CORENDE: Regional congress on nondestructive and structural evaluation; Actas CORENDE: Congreso regional de ensayos no destructivos y estructurales

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    1998-12-31

    Works are presented at the CORENDE: Regional Congress on Nondestructive and Structural Evaluation organized by the National Atomic Energy Commission and the National Technological University (Mendoza). This congress wants to be the forum where people from research, industry and marketing might meet and discuss ideas towards the fostering of these new cultural habits. Papers covering all disciplines contributing to the evaluation of components, systems and structures are welcome: nondestructive evaluation methods and techniques (ultrasound, eddy currents and other electromagnetic methods, acoustic emission, radiography, thermography, leak testing, dye-penetrants, visual inspection, etc.), personnel certification, welding inspection, nondestructive metallography, optics and lasers, fluid-structure interaction, vibrations, extensometry, modelling of structures refs., ills. [Espanol] Se presentan trabajos de CORENDE: Congreso Regional de Ensayos no Destructivos y Estructurales organizado por la Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica y la Universidad Tecnologica Nacional (Mendoza). Este congreso se propone como un foro de discusion, donde, desde la investigacion hasta la produccion y comercializacion, se intercambien y discutan ideas que sirvan de guia para fomentar ese necesario cambio cultural. Los topicos de discusion incluyen a todas las disciplinas presentes en la evaluacion de componentes, sistemas y estructuras: tecnicas no destructivas (ultrasonido, corrientes inducidas, radiografia industrial, emision acustica, particulas magnetizables, termografia, liquidos penetrantes, ensayos de perdidas, inspeccion visual, etc.), certificacion de personal, inspeccion en soldaduras, replicas metalograficas, tecnicas opticas y laser, interaccion fluido-estructura, vibraciones, extensometria, modelado de estructuras

  11. TABLE OF CINTENTS and ABSTRACTS reprinted from ACTA PHYSICA SINICA,Vol.50,No.6(2001)(in Chinese)

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    2001-01-01

    @@0000 GENERAL 0330 Conservation Laws of Relativistic Variable Mass Systems…………………………… Fang Jian-hui (1005) 0340 Simulation of Shock Waves Using a Lattice Boltz mann Equation Model …………………… Feng Shi-de, Michihisa Tsutahara (1010) 0365 Double-Wave Function of RLC Circuit After Quantization…………………… Long Chao-yun, Liu Bo (1014) 0420 The Nernst Theorem and Statistical Entropy of the Scalar field in Reissner-Nordstrom Geometry……………………Zhao Ren, Zhang Li-chun (1018)

  12. Minutes of the third mining symposium, Mieres (1988). Actas de las 3. Jornadas de Mineria, Mieres (1988)

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    Llaneza, L.J. (Comite Ejecutivo de la Feria de Mieres (Spain))

    1989-01-01

    The mining symposium was held in Mieres, Asturias, Spain sessions took place on: coal and its future - including technological research and development in Spain - the coordinating role of Ocicarbon, and principals pursued by HUNOSA in its opencast restoration work. Results obtained and coal and the EEC - including coal in the short and medium term, and Spanish mining within the European context.

  13. Comment on ;First experimental determination of the solubility constant of coffinite; [Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 181 (2016) 36-53

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    Konings, R. J. M.; Plyasunov, A.

    2017-09-01

    Coffinite - USiO4 - is a key mineral for the modelling of the chemistry of uranium in silica-rich rocks. It is of particular interest for the modelling of the final storage of used nuclear fuel in deep geological respositories, as coffinite may be the solubility-controlling solid phase for uranium. This was extensively discussed by Szenknect et al. (2016) in a recent publication of the determination of the solubility constant of coffinite. The availability of pure USiO4 samples made it possible for the first time to accurately determine the solubility of this phase in aqueous solution (under-saturated conditions with respect to silica in 0.1 mol L-1 HCl). The study by Szenknect et al. (2016) is very extensive and in combination with the calorimetric determination of the enthalpy of formation of USiO4 from the same material batch (Guo et al., 2015), allows a re-assessment of the thermodynamic properties of this phase, revising the values from the OECD/NEA review in 1992 (Grenthe et al., 1992) that were based on estimated values for the Gibbs energy of formation of USiO4 by Brookins (1975) and the standard entropy by Langmuir (1978).

  14. Erratum to "On guided wave propagation in fully clamped porous functionally graded nanoplates" [Acta Astronaut. 143 (2018) 380-390

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    Karami, Behrouz; Janghorban, Maziar; Li, Li

    2018-03-01

    We found a proofing error existing in the affiliation of the first and second authors of our article [1], We found a proofing error existing in the affiliation of the first and second authors of our article [1]. The correct affiliation should be "Department of Mechanical Engineering, Marvdasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Marvdasht, Iran".

  15. Eco matters; In & Out

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    2016-11-01

    . Differentiation stage alters matrix control of stem cells. J Biomed Mater Res A. 2008; 85(1:145-56. Erratum in: J Biomed Mater Res A. 2008;87(1:282. Engler AJ, Sen S, Sweeney HL, Discher DE. Matrix elasticity directs stem cell lineage specification. Cell. 2006;126(4:677-89. Huang C, Dai J, Zhang XA. Environmental physical cues determine the lineage specification of mesenchymal stem cells. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2015;1850(6:1261-6. Lee J, Abdeen AA, Kilian KA. Rewiring mesenchymal stem cell lineage specification by switching the biophysical microenvironment. Sci Rep. 2014;4:5188. Evans ND, Minelli C, Gentleman E, LaPointe V, Patankar SN, Kallivretaki M, Chen X, Roberts CJ, Stevens MM. Substrate stiffness affects early differentiation events in embryonic stem cells. Eur Cell Mater. 2009;18:1-13; Jaramillo M, Singh SS, Velankar S, Kumta PN, Banerjee I. Inducing endoderm differentiation by modulating mechanical properties of soft substrates. J Tissue Eng Regen Med. 2015;9(1:1-12. Faraonio R, Pane F, Intrieri M, Russo T, Cimino F. In vitro acquired cellular senescence and aging-specific phenotype can be distinguished on the basis of specific mRNA expression. Cell Death Differ. 2002;9(8:862-4. Rubin H. Promise and problems in relating cellular senescence in vitro to aging in vivo. Arch Gerontol Geriatr. 2002;34(3:275-86. Brown PT, Handorf AM, Jeon WB, Li WJ. Stem cell-based tissue engineering approaches for musculoskeletal regeneration. Curr Pharm Des. 2013;19(19:3429-45. Minimal Manipulation of Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Products: Draft Guidance [Internet]. U.S. Food and Drug Administration [cited 2016 Nov 24]. Available from: http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/GuidanceComplianceRegulatoryInformation/ Guidances/CellularandGeneTherapy/ucm427692.htm Gomathysankar S, Halim AS, Yaacob NS, Noor NM, Mohamed M. Compatibility of Porous Chitosan Scaffold with the Attachment and Proliferation of human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells In vitro. J Stem Cells Regen Med

  16. Reply to comment by Konings and Plyasunov on ;First experimental determination of the solubility constant of coffinite; [Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 181 (2016) 36-53

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    Szenknect, S.; Dacheux, N.; Ewing, R. C.; Navrotsky, A.

    2017-09-01

    R.J.M. Konings and A. Plyasunov investigated the values of thermodynamic data determined by Szenknect et al. (2016) from solubility experiments performed using a synthetic sample of coffinite. Especially, they focused on the value of the standard molar entropy, which was derived from these solubility data and the calorimetric measurement of the standard molar enthalpy of formation of coffinite published by Guo et al. (2015). The two independent measurements were performed on the same synthetic sample prepared by Mesbah et al. (2015) and fully characterized using complementary techniques by the two teams. We thank Konings and Plyasunov for their comment and the relevant analysis of previously published work. As they concluded, we agree that new experimental data are required to solve the ;coffinite issue;. Here, we simply wish to clarify a few points regarding the questions arising from their analysis.

  17. Actas del III Encuentro Platense de Investigadores/as sobre Cuerpo en las Artes Escénicas y Performáticas

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    Sáez, Mariana Lucía

    2016-01-01

    Los días 4, 5 y 6 de septiembre de 2013, en el Centro Cultural Islas Malvinas de la ciudad de La Plata, se desarrolló el III ECART, Encuentro Platense de Investigadores sobre Cuerpo en las Artes Escénicas y Performáticas, organizado por el Grupo de Estudio sobre Cuerpo-Centro Interdisciplinario Cuerpo, Educación y Sociedad y la Compañía Proyecto en Bruto. En el transcurso de las tres jornadas de este nuevo encuentro se sucedieron talleres, conferencias, mesas de ponencias, obras de danza y...

  18. Personas y comunidades: Actas del Segundo Congreso Internacional de Buenas Prácticas en Patrimonio Mundial: (29 -30 de abril, 1 y 2 de mayo de 2015)

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    Castillo Mena, Alicia R. (ed.)

    2015-01-01

    Este volumen está compuesto por una introducción y los textos de las comunicaciones y pósteres del congreso internacional, con una participación de 30 países y casi 100 centros de investigación. Recoge un documento de Buenas Prácticas sobre el tema.

  19. Simposio sobre Educacion de Ninas: Evidencias, Temas, Acciones. Actas de sesiones. (Symposium on Girls Education: Evidence, Issues, Actions. Proceedings). (Washington, DC, May 17-18, 2000).

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    This symposium highlighted core issues of controversy in girls' education and developed implications for policy and practice. Its evidence-based discussion forum encouraged dialogue, debate, and increased interaction and developed partnerships among academic institutions, nongovernmental organizations, multilateral development agencies, and other…

  20. Proceedings of the 6. Argentine congress on radiation protection and nuclear safety; Actas del 6. congreso argentino de proteccion radiologica y seguridad nuclear

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    1999-12-31

    The 6th Argentine Congress on Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety was organized by the Radioprotection Argentine Society, in Buenos Aires, between the 22 and 24 of september of 1998. In this event, were presented almost 66 papers in the following sessions, about these subjects: 1.- Safety in nuclear installations. 2.- Control of nuclear material and physical protection of nuclear installations. 3.- Programs of quality assurance. 4.- Training, technical information and public information. 5.- Physical dosimetry. 6.- Physical dosimetry and occupational radiation protection. 7.- Exposure of the natural radiation. 8.- Environmental radiological safety. 9.- Biological effects of the ionizing radiations and biological dosimetry. 10.- Radiological protection of the medical practice and the radiological emergencies. 11.- Radioactive wastes management. 12.- Transport of radioactive materials

  1. Tetrodotoxin-induced conduction blockade is prolonged by hyaluronic acid with and without bupivacaine [Corrected from: Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 48 (1), 2004, 128-134

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    Stevens, M. F.; Hoppe, M.; Holthusen, H.; Lipfert, P.

    2004-01-01

    BACKGROUND: In isolated nerves, tetrodotoxin (TTX) blocks nerve conduction longer than bupivacaine. In vivo, however, both substances block nerve conduction to an equal duration, presumably because the hydrophilic TTX binds only weakly to the perineural tissue. High molecular weight hyaluronic acid

  2. I Congreso Internacional sobre Domótica, Robótica y Teleasistencia para Todos. DRT4Aall 2005. Libro de Actas

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    2006-01-01

    Este volumen recoge las comunicaciones y los pósteres (en forma resumida) presentados en la I Congreso Internacional sobre Domótica, Robótica y Teleasistencia para Todos, celebrado en Madrid en 2005. De los campos citados, el más representado aquí es la robótica, área en la que se dan conocer dispositivos de apoyo a la movilidad, a la rehabilitación médica y a la realización de actividades de la vida diaria, entre otras aplicaciones. Le siguen los contenidos sobre domótica, es decir, el diseñ...

  3. Tiny tweaks, big changes: An alternative strategy to empower ethical culture of human research in anesthesia (A Taiwan Acta Anesthesiologica Taiwanica-Ethics Review Task Force Report).

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    Luk, Hsiang-Ning; Ennever, John F; Day, Yuan-Ji; Wong, Chih-Shung; Sun, Wei-Zen

    2015-03-01

    For this guidance article, the Ethics Review Task Force (ERTF) of the Journal reviewed and discussed the ethics issues related to publication of human research in the field of anesthesia. ERTF first introduced international ethics principles and minimal requirements of reporting of ethics practices, followed by discussing the universal problems of publication ethics. ERTF then compared the accountability and methodology of several medical journals in assuring authors' ethics compliance. Using the Taiwan Institutional Review Board system as an example, ERTF expressed the importance of institutional review board registration and accreditation to assure human participant protection. ERTF presented four major human research misconducts in the field of anesthesia in recent years. ERTF finally proposed a flow-chart to guide journal peer reviewers and editors in ethics review during the editorial process in publishing. Examples of template languages applied in the Ethics statement section in the manuscript are expected to strengthen the ethics compliance of the authors and to set an ethical culture for all the stakeholders involved in human research. Copyright © 2015. Published by Elsevier B.V.

  4. An analysis of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers documents supporting the channelization of the Rio Piedras. Acta Cientifica. 27(1-3).

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    Ariel Lugo; C.J. Nytch; M. Ramsey

    2013-01-01

    This paper has three objectives: 1) to provide a synopsis of the content of the reports, documents, data, and arguments used by the Corps to justify the channelization of the Rio Piedras; 2) to evaluate the accuracy of predictions and assumptions used by the Corps to reach conclusions that justify the channelization of the Rio Piedras; and 3) to make a case for the...

  5. Actas de la Segunda conferencia internacional en ciencia de la computacion (proceedings of the 2nd international conference on computer science)

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    1982-01-01

    The following topics were dealt with: relational databases; memory unit environments; artificial intelligence systems; programming theory; functional programming; distributed systems; and abstract data types. 13 papers were presented, of which 13 are published in full in the present proceedings. Abstracts of individual papers can be found under the relevant classification codes in this or other issues.

  6. Addressing the Issue of Microplastics in the Wake of the Microbead-Free Waters Act-A New Standard Can Facilitate Improved Policy.

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    McDevitt, Jason P; Criddle, Craig S; Morse, Molly; Hale, Robert C; Bott, Charles B; Rochman, Chelsea M

    2017-06-20

    The United States Microbead-Free Waters Act was signed into law in December 2015. It is a bipartisan agreement that will eliminate one preventable source of microplastic pollution in the United States. Still, the bill is criticized for being too limited in scope, and also for discouraging the development of biodegradable alternatives that ultimately are needed to solve the bigger issue of plastics in the environment. Due to a lack of an acknowledged, appropriate standard for environmentally safe microplastics, the bill banned all plastic microbeads in selected cosmetic products. Here, we review the history of the legislation and how it relates to the issue of microplastic pollution in general, and we suggest a framework for a standard (which we call "Ecocyclable") that includes relative requirements related to toxicity, bioaccumulation, and degradation/assimilation into the natural carbon cycle. We suggest that such a standard will facilitate future regulation and legislation to reduce pollution while also encouraging innovation of sustainable technologies.

  7. Erratum to : Modeling of complex interfaces for pendant drop experiments (Rheologica Acta, , 55, 10, (801-822), 10.1007/s00397-016-0956-1)

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    Balemans, C.; Hulsen, M.A.; Tervoort, T.A.; Anderson, P.D.

    2017-01-01

    The original version of this article unfortunately contained mistakes. Theo A. Tervoort was not listed among the authors. The correct information is given above. In Balemans et al. (2016), an axisymmetric finite element model is presented to study the behaviour of complex interfaces in pendant drop

  8. VI Actas Congreso. Miedos, culpas, violencias invisibles y su impacto en la vida de las mujeres: ¡A vueltas con el amor!

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    Gil Gómez, Alicia; Escrig Gil, Gemma; Forcada Martínez, Águeda

    2010-01-01

    ÍNDICE. Presentación,ESPERANZA BOSCH FIOL. Introducción poética, PACA GABALDÓN, CLAUDIA GRAVI Y Mª LUISA SAN JOSÉ. Justo el amor, MARÍA XOSÉ AGRA ROMERO. I. CONFERENCIAS El género en cuestión. Modelos imposibles y modelos perversos,DOLORES JULIANO CORREGIDO. La propia identidad y las relaciones de amor en la adolescencia, AURORA LEAL GARCÍA Feelings of fear and guilt among women in conflicts and wars.Miedos y culpas de mujeres en situaciones de conflictos y de guerra, RAN...

  9. An Integrated Biochemistry Laboratory, Including Molecular Modeling

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    Hall, Adele J. Wolfson Mona L.; Branham, Thomas R.

    1996-11-01

    ' work; point out any problems in organization or grammar; and suggest the steps necessary to complete the paper. They then go over the peer review form with the writer, referring any questions or disagreements to the instructor. It is most helpful if the instructor can also read and comment on the draft. General comments on the level of detail included and any problems with the reasoning come more appropriately from the instructor than from peers. The paper is then revised and handed in on the following week. The final draft is accompanied by a summary of revisions and copies of all peer reviews. Students are graded on peer reviews and summaries of revisions and cover letters, as well as on the final paper. Acknowledgments The molecular modeling workstations and associated software were purchased with funding from NSF, Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement program, grant DUE-9350843 to AJW, with matching funds from Wellesley College. Some of the equipment for protein purification was funded by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to Wellesley College. The authors are grateful to Paul Reisberg for helpful discussions in the early stages of this project and to Margaret Merritt for a critical review of the manuscript. Literature Cited 1. Blake, C. C. F.; Jonhson, L. N.; Mair, G. A.; North, A. C. T.; Phillips. D. C.; Sarma, V. R. Proc. Roy. Soc. London Ser. B 1967, 167, 378 - 388. 2. Hendrickson, H. S.; Giannini, J. L.; Bergstrom, J. P.; Johnson, S. N.; Leland, P. A. Biochem. Educ. 1995, 23, 14 - 17. 3. Miranker, A., Robinson, C. V.; Radford, S. E.; Aplin, R. T.; Dobson, C. M. Science 1993, 262, 896 - 900. 4. Turner, M. A.; Howell, P. L. Prot. Sci. 1995, 4, 442 - 449. 5. Radmacher, M.; Fritz, M.; Hansma, H. G.; Hansma, P. Science 1994, 265, 1577 - 1579. 6. Shugar, D. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1952, 8, 302 - 309. 7. Bradford, M. M. Anal. Biochem. 1976, 72, 248 - 254. 8. Strang, R. H. C. In Practical Biochemistry for Colleges; Wood, E. J., Ed.; Pergamon: Oxford

  10. Gamma activity and residual power of a shutdown reactor after an irregular operating. Acta code for IBM computer 7094, 360 or CDC 6600; Activite gamma et puissance residuelle d'un reacteur a l'arret apres un fonctionnement irregulier. Programme Acta pour calculateur IBM 7094, 360 ou CDC 6600

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    Rafalovitch, A

    1967-07-01

    the aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of the power variation in time. The calculation method and the associated software are described. The last chapter applied the method to a determined problem. (A.L.B.)

  11. Apocrustacyanin C(1) crystals grown in space and on earth using vapour-diffusion geometry: protein structure refinements and electron-density map comparisons.

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    Habash, Jarjis; Boggon, Titus J; Raftery, James; Chayen, Naomi E; Zagalsky, Peter F; Helliwell, John R

    2003-07-01

    Models of apocrustacyanin C(1) were refined against X-ray data recorded on Bending Magnet 14 at the ESRF to resolutions of 1.85 and 2 A from a space-grown and an earth-grown crystal, respectively, both using vapour-diffusion crystal-growth geometry. The space crystals were grown in the APCF on the NASA Space Shuttle. The microgravity crystal growth showed a cyclic nature attributed to Marangoni convection, thus reducing the benefits of the microgravity environment, as reported previously [Chayen et al. (1996), Q. Rev. Biophys. 29, 227-278]. A subsequent mosaicity evaluation, also reported previously, showed only a partial improvement in the space-grown crystals over the earth-grown crystals [Snell et al. (1997), Acta Cryst. D53, 231-239], contrary to the case for lysozyme crystals grown in space with liquid-liquid diffusion, i.e. without any major motion during growth [Snell et al. (1995), Acta Cryst. D52, 1099-1102]. In this paper, apocrustacyanin C(1) electron-density maps from the two refined models are now compared. It is concluded that the electron-density maps of the protein and the bound waters are found to be better overall for the structures of apocrustacyanin C(1) studied from the space-grown crystal compared with those from the earth-grown crystal, even though both crystals were grown using vapour-diffusion crystal-growth geometry. The improved residues are on the surface of the protein, with two involved in or nearby crystal lattice-forming interactions, thus linking an improved crystal-growth mechanism to the molecular level. The structural comparison procedures developed should themselves be valuable for evaluating crystal-growth procedures in the future.

  12. Construction of hybrid photosynthetic units using peripheral and core antennae from two different species of photosynthetic bacteria: detection of the energy transfer from bacteriochlorophyll a in LH2 to bacteriochlorophyll b in LH1.

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    Fujii, Ritsuko; Shimonaka, Shozo; Uchida, Naoko; Gardiner, Alastair T; Cogdell, Richard J; Sugisaki, Mitsuru; Hashimoto, Hideki

    2008-01-01

    Typical purple bacterial photosynthetic units consist of supra-molecular arrays of peripheral (LH2) and core (LH1-RC) antenna complexes. Recent atomic force microscopy pictures of photosynthetic units in intact membranes have revealed that the architecture of these units is variable (Scheuring et al. (2005) Biochim Bhiophys Acta 1712:109-127). In this study, we describe methods for the construction of heterologous photosynthetic units in lipid-bilayers from mixtures of purified LH2 (from Rhodopseudomonas acidophila) and LH1-RC (from Rhodopseudomonas viridis) core complexes. The architecture of these reconstituted photosynthetic units can be varied by controlling ratio of added LH2 to core complexes. The arrangement of the complexes was visualized by electron-microscopy in combination with Fourier analysis. The regular trigonal array of the core complexes seen in the native photosynthetic membrane could be regenerated in the reconstituted membranes by temperature cycling. In the presence of added LH2 complexes, this trigonal symmetry was replaced with orthorhombic symmetry. The small lattice lengths for the latter suggest that the constituent unit of the orthorhombic lattice is the LH2. Fluorescence and fluorescence-excitation spectroscopy was applied to the set of the reconstituted membranes prepared with various proportions of LH2 to core complexes. Remarkably, even though the LH2 complexes contain bacteriochlorophyll a, and the core complexes contain bacteriochlorophyll b, it was possible to demonstrate energy transfer from LH2 to the core complexes. These experiments provide a first step along the path toward investigating how changing the architecture of purple bacterial photosynthetic units affects the overall efficiency of light-harvesting.

  13. Peat and coconut fiber as biofilters for chromium adsorption from contaminated wastewaters.

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    Henryk, Kołoczek; Jarosław, Chwastowski; Witold, Żukowski

    2016-01-01

    Batch adsorption experiments were performed for the removal of chromium (III) and chromium (VI) ions from aqueous solutions using Canadian peat and coconut fiber. The Langmuir model was used to describe the adsorption isotherm. The maximum adsorption for peat reached 18.75 mg/g for Cr(III) and 8.02 mg/g for Cr(VI), whereas the value for fiber was slightly higher and reached 19.21 mg/g for Cr(III) and 9.54 mg/g for Cr(VI). Both chromium forms could be easily eluted from the materials. The adsorption of chromium forms to organic matter could be explained in terms of formation of donor-acceptor chemical covalent bound with hydroxyl groups as ligands and chromium as the central atom in the formed complex. The chromate-reducing activities were monitored with the use of electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy. The results showed that both adsorption and reduction occurred simultaneously and the maximum adsorption capacity of hexavalent chromium being equal to 95% for fiber and 92% for peat was obtained at pH 1.5. The reduction of Cr(VI) in wastewaters began immediately and disappeared after 20 h. Both materials contained yeast and fungi species which can be responsible for reduction of chromium compounds, due to their enzymatic activity (Chwastowski and Koloczek (Acta Biochim Pol 60: 829-834, 2013)). The reduction of Cr(VI) is a two-phase process, the first phase being rapid and based on chemical reaction and the second phase having biological features. After the recovery step, both types of organic materials can be used again for chromium adsorption without any loss in the metal uptake. Both of the materials could be used as biofilters in the wastewater treatment plants.

  14. Synthesis and characterization of six-membered pincer ...

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    ... spectral analysis. Further, the molecular structures of complexes 2 and 3 were established ... benzothiazole with alkyl halides containing β–hydrogen atoms. ..... Jones W D 2016 Rapid oxidative hydrogen evolution .... amyloid fibrils Biochim.

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    effect it has on meat quality in three important pig breeds in China, the Laiwu Black (LW), Lulai Black (LL) and Large ... between the production of ROS and their destruction. However ..... guinea pig lung and liver during development. Biochim.

  16. Molecular Characterization of Squamous Cell Carcinomas From Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa

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    8 A ppendices ...................................................................................... 8 3 Mahoney...activation after acute injury to stratified epithelia. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 236, 231-238. Cowin, P. (1994). Unraveling the cytoplasmic

  17. Actas del Simposio-Taller sobre estrategias y herramientas para el aprendizaje y la evaluación: Jenui 2013: Castellón, 9 de julio de 2013

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    El curso 2012-2013 se ha puesto en marcha la asignatura Dirección estratégica de las tecnologías de la información perteneciente al Máster Universitario en Ingeniería Informática de la Escuela Politécnica Superior de la Universidad de Alicante. Basándonos en el principio predicar con el ejemplo, se utilizan las técnicas y los principios de la dirección estratégica y se aplican al diseño y la ejecución de la propuesta docente de la asignatura. Además, en su diseño se han utilizado una diversid...

  18. Relationships between body mass index and short-circuit current in human duodenal and colonic mucosal biopsies. Osbak PS, Bindslev N, Hansen MB. Acta Physiol (Oxf). 2011 Jan;201(1):47-53

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    Aim: Retrospectively, to investigate the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and basal electrogenic transport as measured by short-circuit current (SCC) in human duodenal and colonic mucosal biopsies. Methods: The study included biopsies from mucosa of normal appearance in the sigmoid colon...... and >25 kg m)2). Statistical significance was assessed by the unpaired t-test or Wilcoxon rank-sum test. Correlation coefficients were calculated by Pearson product moment correlation. Results: In colonic biopsies, basal SCC (mean standard deviation) was significantly higher in 59 biopsies from 30...

  19. Actas de la 4th mesa redonda sobre investigacion en "Lenguas Extranjeras" en la Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana 1996. (Proceedings from the 4th Roundtable on Investigation in Foreign Languages in the Autonomous Metropolitan University 1996).

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    Zoreda, Margaret Lee, Comp.; Diop, Mamoudou Si, Comp.; Vivaldo Lima, Javier, Comp.

    The articles included in this volume were selected as exemplary papers from the conference in Mexico. The goal of the forum was to provide an opportunity for researchers from the three branches of the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (UAM) to meet and discuss research projects currently in progress at the university. The works presented here…

  20. Corrigendum to "Synthesis and spectral characterization of new homologous 1,3,5-triaryl-2-pyrazolines: Influence of alkyloxy chain length on fluorescence" [Spectrochim. Acta Part A: Mol. Biomol. Spectrosc. 133 (2014) 182-189

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    Abbas, Asghar; Hussain, Safdar; Hafeez, Noureen; Naseer, Muhammad Moazzam

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    The authors regret to inform that the affiliation of one of the authors, namely, Noureen Hafeez has been written as Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Rawalpindi Institute of Health Sciences (RIHS), Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan in the published article. The correct address is shown above.

  1. Coping with Social Change: Programs That Work. Proceedings of a Conference (Acapulco, Mexico, June 1989) = Como enfrentarse al cambio social: programas eficaces. Actas de uno Conferencia (Acapulco, Mexico, Junio de 1989).

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    Written in English and Spanish, this document contains the proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Gerontology on concerns about the impact of rapid social change on the well-being of older women and families in Latin American and the Caribbean and about effective programs that address the needs of the older populations. The first…

  2. Experimental evidence for two distinct deeply supercooled liquid states of water – Response to “Comment on ‘Water's second glass transition”’, by G.P. Johari, Thermochim. Acta (2015)

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    Stern, J.; Seidl, M. [Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, 6020 Innsbruck (Austria); Gainaru, C. [Fakultät Physik, Technische Universität Dortmund, 44221 Dortmund (Germany); Fuentes-Landete, V.; Amann-Winkel, K.; Handle, P.H. [Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, 6020 Innsbruck (Austria); Köster, K.W.; Nelson, H. [Fakultät Physik, Technische Universität Dortmund, 44221 Dortmund (Germany); Böhmer, R., E-mail: roland.bohmer@tu-dortmund.de [Fakultät Physik, Technische Universität Dortmund, 44221 Dortmund (Germany); Loerting, T., E-mail: thomas.loerting@uibk.ac.at [Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Innsbruck, 6020 Innsbruck (Austria)

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    Highlights: • Two samples of amorphous ices quench-recovered from 140 K to 0.07 GPa are compared. • Calorimetry, X-ray diffraction, dielectric spectroscopy and volumetry are employed. • The two samples are distinct and cannot both be termed “pressure-densified glassy water”. • One route of preparation leads to high- (HDA), and the other to low-density amorphous ice (LDA). • Two distinct glass transitions are observed and interpreted to indicate two liquid H{sub 2}O phases. - Abstract: Recently, our earlier data which led us to conclude that deeply supercooled water displays a second glass transition (Amann-Winkel et al., 2013) was reinterpreted (Johari, 2015). In particular, the increase in heat capacity observed for high-density amorphous ice (HDA) samples at 116 K was reinterpreted to indicate sub-T{sub g} features of low-density amorphous ice's (LDA's) glass transition. We reply to the criticism in detail and report an experiment triggered by the comment on our work. This experiment unequivocally confirms our original interpretation of the observations and reinforces the case for water's second glass transition, its polyamorphism, and the observation of two distinct ultraviscous states of water differing by about 25% in density.

  3. Vārda brīvības un intelektuālā īpašuma aizsardzības līdzsvarošana ACTA

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    Attīstoties intelektuālā īpašuma tiesībām un tā tiesiskajam regulējumam, tiek ierobežotas personu tiesības uz vārda brīvību. Ņemot vērā, ka tiek pieņemts jauns starptautiskais līgums šajā jomā, tad šī darba tēma ir aktuāla visā pasaulē. Darba mērķis ir noskaidrot, intelektuālā īpašuma un vārda brīvības robežas. Izvirzītā mērķa realizēšanai darba autors izvirzīja vairākus uzdevumus: izpētīt jēdzienus “vārda brīvība” un “intelektuālais īpašums”, analizēt šo jēdzienu robežas, kā arī iepazī...

  4. The corrected version of the article 'Physics in 1900' printed in Acta Physica Polonica B31, 179-196 (2000), Proceedings of the 26. Mazurian Lakes School of Physics 'Nuclear Physics at the Turn of the Century'

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    The state of physics in 1900 is reviewed by making use of the documents of that year, in particular the material of the 1 st International Congress of Physics. Contrary to simplified accounts which portrait 1900 as the year of revolutionary transition from classical to quantum physics it is shown that almost all physicists at that time were satisfied with classical physics and were actively enriching and expanding it. (author)

  5. Derechos Educacionales de los Padres: Una Explicacion de los Procedimientos de Seguridad para los Padres de Ninos con Discapacidades. Bajo la Clausula del Acta de Educacion para Individuos con Discapacidades (IDEA) y las Reglas para la Administracion del Acta de Educacion para Ninos Excepcionales (Educational Rights of Parents: An Explanation of Procedural Safeguards Available to Parents of Children with Disabilities. Under Provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Rules for the Administration of the Exceptional Children's Educational Act [ECEA]).

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    This pamphlet, in Spanish, describes Colorado parents' educational rights under federal and state special education rules and regulations. It addresses: (1) free appropriate public education and termination of services; (2) required prior notice to parents if there is a proposed change or refusal to change a child's special education program; (3)…

  6. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 67, September-October 1983.

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    hungaricae APOBB Acta physica polonica . Series B APSVC Acta physica slovaca APYCA Acta physica et chemica. Szeged ARPTA Arkhiv patologii ATPLB Acta ...77 IV SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS (Note: CTC acover-to-cover translation available) APAHA Acta physica academiae scientiarum... physica polonica . Series A AVMEB Avtometriya (CTC) BPPHA Beitraege aus der Plasmaphysik CKCFA Ceskoslovensky casopis pro fysiku CMSSMODD Mezhvedomstvennoye

  7. Estimation in the partially observed stochastic Morris-Lecar neuronal model with particle filter and stochastic approximation methods

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    Ditlevsen, Susanne; Samson, Adeline

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    Parameter estimation in multidimensional diffusion models with only one coordinate observed is highly relevant in many biological applications, but a statistically difficult problem. In neuroscience, the membrane potential evolution in single neurons can be measured at high frequency, but biophys...

  8. Proceedings of NEUROTOX󈨜, Molecular Basis of Drug & Pesticide Action (3rd) Held in Bath, England on 10-15 April 1988: Abstracts

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    cxy e n/ and i nve s iati r. t-’-e cs si~ mechanisms cf :.’.e cx~nac;:4on. RP 60- 2P~ 3- 40 5 /*I on fn A min in mh andr menrmm ma 1.1Lceda,K., Kaplan ,V...Biophys. Acca . 1988, (submitted for publica- tion). 5. Coronado.R. and Latore.R. Biophys. 1. 1983, 43 231-236. 144 POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN CULTURED

  9. Prevention of the Post traumatic Fibrotic Response in Joints

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    hydroxylation and mutations cause recessive osteogenesis imperfecta. Cell 127:291–304. 13. Engel J, Prockop DJ. 1991. The zipper-like folding of...collagen triple helices and the effects of mutations that disrupt the zipper. Annu Rev Biophys Biophys Chem 20:137–152. 14. Lamande SR, Bateman JF. 1999...prolyl 4-hydroxylase and type III collagen in the yeast pichia pastoris: formation of a stable enzyme tetramer requires coexpression with collagen and

  10. The Role of Osteopontin in the Malignancy of Human Breast Carcinoma

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    1997; Yebra et al., 1996). 1990). Probes for human proteinase and uPAR genes The finding that human breast epithelial cells up- included: MMP-9 (92...680 -Senger DR and Perruzzi CA. (1996). Biochim. Biaphys. 69D.Adta., 1314, 13-24. Yebra M, Parry GCN, Str6mblad S, Mackman N,Shanmugamn V

  11. Genetics Home Reference: rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata

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    ... 1: report of mutations in 3 children from India. J Appl Genet. 2010;51(1):107-10. doi: 10.1007/BF03195717. Citation on PubMed Steinberg SJ, Dodt G, Raymond GV, Braverman NE, Moser AB, Moser HW. Peroxisome biogenesis disorders. Biochim ...

  12. Isotopes, an Eight-Year Summary of U.S. Distribution and Utilization

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    Physiological and Anatomical Study of the Leucocytes. B. S. Simmons and N. B. Everett. Closure of the Ductus Arteriosus in the Dog. Biochim. et...within the past 3 years. Since in- dustrial development usually involves "trade radium. secrets" with patent potentialities and produc- RADIOACTIVE

  13. Evaluation of oxidative stress using exhaled breath 8‑isoprostane ...

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    Aug 5, 2013 ... progress, plasma 8‑isoprostane levels significantly increase. A significant .... Horvath I, Hunt J, Barnes PJ, Alving K, Antczak A, Baraldi E, et al. ATS/ERS ... Lenaz G. Role of mitochondria in oxidative stress and ageing. Biochim ...

  14. Scaling of Dielectric Breakdown Thresholds in Earth's and CO2-rich atmospheres: Impact for Predictions of Extraterrestrial Transient Luminous Events and Lightning Discharges

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    Riousset, J. A.

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    which may be of biological importance [Miller, Science, 117, 528-529, 1953; Biochem. Biophys. Acta, 23, 480-489, 1957].

  15. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 79, September - October 1985.

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    hungarica (Budapest) (formerly APAHA) APYCA Acta physica et chemica. Szeged ATPLB Acta physica polonica . Series A AVMEB Avtometriya (CTC) BPBEE...cover translation available) AKZHA Akusticheskiy zhurnal (CTC) APAHA Acta physica acadeniiae scientiarum hungaricae (flow APHUE) APHUE Acta physica ...Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta (CTC) PSSAB Physica status solidi (A). Applied Research (GDR) PSSBB Physica status solidi (B). Basic Research (GDR

  16. Single-molecule dataset (SMD): a generalized storage format for raw and processed single-molecule data.

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    Greenfeld, Max; van de Meent, Jan-Willem; Pavlichin, Dmitri S; Mabuchi, Hideo; Wiggins, Chris H; Gonzalez, Ruben L; Herschlag, Daniel

    2015-01-16

    Single-molecule techniques have emerged as incisive approaches for addressing a wide range of questions arising in contemporary biological research [Trends Biochem Sci 38:30-37, 2013; Nat Rev Genet 14:9-22, 2013; Curr Opin Struct Biol 2014, 28C:112-121; Annu Rev Biophys 43:19-39, 2014]. The analysis and interpretation of raw single-molecule data benefits greatly from the ongoing development of sophisticated statistical analysis tools that enable accurate inference at the low signal-to-noise ratios frequently associated with these measurements. While a number of groups have released analysis toolkits as open source software [J Phys Chem B 114:5386-5403, 2010; Biophys J 79:1915-1927, 2000; Biophys J 91:1941-1951, 2006; Biophys J 79:1928-1944, 2000; Biophys J 86:4015-4029, 2004; Biophys J 97:3196-3205, 2009; PLoS One 7:e30024, 2012; BMC Bioinformatics 288 11(8):S2, 2010; Biophys J 106:1327-1337, 2014; Proc Int Conf Mach Learn 28:361-369, 2013], it remains difficult to compare analysis for experiments performed in different labs due to a lack of standardization. Here we propose a standardized single-molecule dataset (SMD) file format. SMD is designed to accommodate a wide variety of computer programming languages, single-molecule techniques, and analysis strategies. To facilitate adoption of this format we have made two existing data analysis packages that are used for single-molecule analysis compatible with this format. Adoption of a common, standard data file format for sharing raw single-molecule data and analysis outcomes is a critical step for the emerging and powerful single-molecule field, which will benefit both sophisticated users and non-specialists by allowing standardized, transparent, and reproducible analysis practices.

  17. Proceedings of the 3. Regional Meeting on Radiological and Nuclear Safety. Radiological protection in Latin America and the Caribbean. Vol. 1,2; Actas del 3. Congreso Regional sobre Seguridad Radiologica y Nuclear. Proteccion Radiologica en America Latina y el Caribe. Vol. 1,2

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    Two volumes contain more than 183 complete papers presented during the Third Regional Meeting on Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety held on 23-27 October, 1995 in Cusco-Peru. Latin american specialist talk about nuclear safety and radiological protection, radiation natural exposure, biological effect of radiation, radiotherapy and medical radiological safety, radiological safety in industry and research. Also we deal with subjects related to radiological safety of nuclear and radioactive facilities, radioactive waste management, radioactive material transport, environmental radiological monitoring program, radiological emergency and accidents, instruments and dosimetry, basic safety standards of protection against radiation.

  18. DOI: 10.4025/actascibiolsci.v33i3.8011 Acta Scientiarum. Biological Sciences Maringá, v. 33, n. 3, p. 239-246, 2011 Acute inflammatory response in Nile tilapia fed probiotic Lactobacillus plantarum in the diet = Resposta inflamatória aguda em tilápia do Nilo alimentada com probiótico, Lactobacillus plantarum na dieta

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    Full Text Available The present study evaluated the acute inflammatory response induced bycarrageenin (500 £gg injected in the swim bladder of Nile tilapia, after fed or not probiotic supplemented diet. Fifty four fish were distributed in six treatments and three replicates: Group A: Fish fed unsupplemented diet: 0.5 mL saline-injected fish; fish injected with 500 £gg carrageenin diluted in 0.5 mL saline; Non-injected. Group B: Fish fed probiotic supplemented diet: saline-injected fish; carrageenin-injected fish; Non-injected. Fifteen days after feeding the fish were injected with carrageenin or saline. After six hours, inflammatory exudate was collected, as well as the blood for hematocrit, red blood cell (RBC and white blood cell (WBC counts, differential count of leucocytes and phagocytic activity in the blood. Supplementation with probiotic did not influence the RBC, hematocrit and the numbers of lymphocytes and basophils in the blood. The number of neutrophils was significantly higher in supplemented fish injected with carrageenin. Glucose concentration in supplemented and non-injected fish was higher than that observed in the saline injected ones. Probiotic potentialized the migration of cells to the inflammatory focus in the animals injected with the carrageenin irritant. In fish injected with saline and carrageenin occurred the greatest phagocytic activity in the blood in relation to those treatments.Este trabalho avaliou a resposta inflamatoria aguda induzida por injecao de carragenina (500 ƒÝg na bexiga natatoria de tilapia do Nilo suplementada ou nao com probiotico na racao. Cinquenta e quatro animais foram distribuidos em seis tratamentos com tres repeticoes: Grupo A: peixes alimentados com racao naosuplementada: Controle (injecao de 0,5 mL de solucao salina esteril; Carragenina (injecao de500 £gg de carragenina; Nao-injetada. Grupo B: peixes alimentados com racao suplementada com probiotico: Controle; Carragenina; Nao-injetada. Apos 15 dias de alimentacao foi injetado carragenina ou salina. Apos 6h, realizou-se a coleta de exsudato e sangue para determinacao do hematocrito, contagens totais de eritrocitos, leucocitos, contagem diferencial de leucocitos e atividade fagocitaria no sangue. A suplementacao com probiotico na racao nao influenciou o numero total de eritrocitos, o hematocrito e os numeros de linfocitos e basofilos no sangue dos animais. O numero de neutrofilos foi maior nos peixes suplementados com probiotico einjetados com carragenina. A glicose nos peixes suplementados com probiotico nao-injetados foi maior do que nos injetados com salina. A suplementacao com probiotico potencializou a migracao de celulas para o foco inflamatorio nos injetados com o flogogeno carragenina. Empeixes injetados com salina e carragenina, ocorreu maior atividade fagocitaria no sangue em relacao aos demais tratamentos.

  19. Guia del Proceso del IFSP de Colorado: Conexiones para la Ninez Temprana, Iniciativa Infantil de Colorado Parte C del Acta de Educacion para Individuos con Desabilidades (Colorado Guidelines for the IFSP Process: Early Childhood Connections, Colorado's Infant/Toddler Initiative for Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act).

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    This booklet for Spanish-speaking parents of young children with disabilities describes Colorado's Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) process. It explains guidelines, shares family stories and reflections for families and care providers, and the describes the values that drive the IFSP process in Colorado. Information is provided on…

  20. Clinical Significance and Mechanistic Insights into Ovarian Cancer Mitochondrial Dysfunction

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    the grant period. Dr Shin has also benefitted from mentorship of Dr. H.G. Wang, a collaborator on the project, and has taken advantage of career ...Grant 193394 Genetech Gynecologic Cancer (Phaeton) 4/01/2017 - 3/31/2018 0.24 cal mths Young Investigator Career Development Award $135,000...Ca(2)(+) toolkit in endothelial progenitor cells derived from cancer patients suggest alternative targets for anti-angiogenic treatment? Biochim

  1. The application of plant biotechnology for non-food uses: The case ...

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    Oct 24, 2011 ... in China has more diverse applications for non-food uses and environmental sustainability. This paper ..... pollen distribution on mulberry leaves near rice fields. Acta .Ecol. Sin. .... resistant plants on pollinating bees. Acta Ecol.

  2. Bibliographic Index to the Plague (1965-1970)

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    Entomology Review Acta Pathol. et ’Microbiol. Scmad. Acta Pathologica and Microbiologica Scandinavica (Copenhagen) Acta Trop. Acta Tronica ( Basil ) Amer...Basel - New York) Pediatrics Pediatrics (Springfield) Pest Control Pest Control (Cleveland) Pesticides Pesticides Pharmn. :tg. Pharmaceutical Journal...Institutions from Inst. 1964-68 and Pros. for Their 1964-1968 and the Prospects for Their Fut. Act. Future Activities . (Theses of Reports to the

  3. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 84, July - August 1986.

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    physica et chemica. Szeged ATPLB Acta physica polonica . Series A AUONA Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Facultas rerum naturalium. Physica ...holographic mirrors. OPSPA, vol. -, 61, no. 2, 1986, 398-402. 522. Kaluzny, J. 0. Recording of acoustic holograms (in English). Acta physica Universitatis...168 p. (RZFZA, 86/7A42-44). 88 IV. SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS (Note: CTC - cover-to-cover translation available) AKZHA Akusticheskiy shurnal (CTC) APYCA Acta

  4. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments Number 57, January-February 1982.

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    scientiarwn hungaricae APP (APTLB) Acta physica polonica BAPS (BAPTA) Bulletin de l’Academie Polonaise des Sciences. Serie des Sciences Techniques BIPC (BIPED...nonlinear absorption of light. Acta physica slovenia, no. 4, 1981, 249-255. (RZhF, 1/82, 1D1494) 263. Kurbatov, A.A., and T.Ya. Popova (193). Resonance...Nauka. 1982, 177 p. 133 IV. SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS (CIRC Codens) APC (APYCA) Acta physica et, chemica. Szeged APH (APAHA) Acta physica Academiae

  5. What Will They Learn? 2012-13. A Survey of Core Requirements at Our Nation's Colleges and Universities

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    Kempson, Lauri; Bako, Tom; Lewin, Greg

    2012-01-01

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) has released "What Will They Learn? 2012-13," the fourth edition, evaluating the general education requirements at 1,070 colleges and universities. Unlike other college rankings, ACTA does not consider an institution's wealth, prestige, or popularity. Rather, ACTA rates institutions…

  6. Změny využití krajiny u jihomoravských vodních nádrží

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    Roč. 2014, č. 108 (2014), s. 25-35 ISSN 1805-921X Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : land use * water reservoir * vegetation Subject RIV: DE - Earth Magnetism, Geodesy, Geography http://www.vukoz.cz/acta/dokumenty/acta_108/Acta-108_komplet-cz.pdf

  7. The Geology of Yemen: An Annotated Bibliography of Yemen’s Geology, Geography and Earth Science

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    2012-01-01

    Sobreexplotacion De Acuiferos; Actas; Ponencias, Comunicaciones y Resumenes De Posters. XXIII International Congress on Aquifer Overexploitation...Overexploitation of Groundwater Resources in Wadi Hadramaut; XXIII Congreso Internacional Sobreexplotacion De Acuiferos; Actas; Ponencias, Comunicaciones y...de Acuiferos; Actas; Ponencias, Comunicaciones y Resumenes De Posters. XXIII International Congress on Aquifer Overexploitation; Proceedings

  8. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 90, July-August 1987

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    1988-06-27

    Acta physica polonica . Series A AUONA Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Facultas rerum naturalium. Physica (Olomouc) AVMEB Avtometriya (CTC...translation available) AENGA Atomnaya energiya (CTC) AKZHA Akusticheskiy zhurnal (CTC) APSVC Acta physica slovaca ARAKB Archiwum akustyki (Warsaw) ATPLB...khimiya, mekhanika (Moskva) PRTEA Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta (CTC) 136 PSSAB Physica status solidi (A). Applied Research (GDR) PSSBB Physica status

  9. Creativity and Democratic Governance. Adult Learning: A Strategic Choice. Proceedings of the ICAE World Assembly (6th, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, August 9-12, 2001) = Creativite et Gouvernance Democratique. L'apprentissage des Adultes: Un Choix Strategique. Actes de la Assemblee Mondiale du CIEA (6th, Ocho Rios, Jamaique, 9 au 12 aout 2001) = Creatividad y Gobernabilidad Democratica. Educacion de Adultos: Una Eleccion Estrategica. Actas de la Asamblea Mundial del ICAE (6th, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Agosto 9-12, 2001).

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    This document contains information from and about a world assembly on creativity and democratic governance in adult learning that was held by the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) and its partner organizations in the Caribbean. The proceedings begin with English, French, and Spanish translations of the address…

  10. Photoinduced Partial Unfolding of Tubulin Bound to Meso-tetrakis(sulfonatophenyl) Porphyrin Leads to Inhibition of Microtubule Formation In Vitro

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    Bio- chemistry 44, 524–536 (2005). [4] M. Loweneck, A. G. Milbradt, C. Root , H. Satzger, W. Zinth, L. Moroder, and C. Renner, Biophys. J. 90, 2099–2108...H. Nettles , B. Cornett, K. H. Downing, and E. Nogales, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 98, 5312–5316 (2001). B. McMicken et al.: Photoinduced unfolding of

  11. Isolation and characterization of Arabidopsis mutants with enhanced tolerance to oxidative stress

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    Qureshi, Muhammad K.; Radeva, Vesela; Genkov, Todor; Minkov, Ivan; Hille, Jacques; Gechev, Tsanko S.; Liu, J.-H.

    We have previously reported a method for isolation of mutants with enhanced tolerance to the fungal AAL toxin and given a detailed characterization of atr1 (AAL toxin resistant, Gechev et al. in Biochem Biophys Res Commun 375:639-644, 2008). Herewith, we report eight more mutants with enhanced

  12. Gaussian curvature elasticity determined from global shape transformations and local stress distributions : a comparative study using the MARTINI model

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    Hu, Mingyang; de Jong, Djurre H.; Marrink, Siewert J.; Deserno, Markus

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    We calculate the Gaussian curvature modulus (k) over bar of a systematically coarse-grained (CG) one-component lipid membrane by applying the method recently proposed by Hu et al. [Biophys. J., 2012, 102, 1403] to the MARTINI representation of 1,2-dimyristoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine (DMPC). We

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    We (C. Lenz et al. (2000) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 269, 91-96) and others (N. Birgül et al. (1999) EMBO J. 18, 5892-5900) have recently cloned a Drosophila receptor that was structurally related to the mammalian galanin receptors, but turned out to be a receptor for a Drosophila peptide bel...

  14. Molecular Effects of 13C/DIM in Prostate Cancer

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  15. The Opposing Roles of Nucleophosmin and the ARF Tumor Suppressor in Breast Cancer

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  16. Role of Tumor Collagenase Stimulating Factor in Breast Cancer Invasion and Metastasis.

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  17. Prostate Cancer Progression and Serum Sibling (Small Integrin Binding N-Linked Glycoprotein) Levels

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  18. The Role of Cumulative Genetic Defeats in NF1 Tumorigenesis

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  1. Structural Organization and Strain Variation in the Genome of Varicella Zoster Virus

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  2. Breast Cancer-Targeted Nuclear Drug Delivery Overcoming Drug Resistance for Breast Cancer Chemotherapy

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  3. Comparative Biochemistry and Metabolism

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  4. Transient Delivery of Adenosine as a Novel Therapy to Prevent Epileptogenesis

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  5. Treatment of Synthetic Urinous Wastewater Using Combined Reverse Osmosis, Immobilized Urease, and Ion Exchange Systems

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    invertase on DEAE-Cellulose while glucoamylase bound to the same carrier has been studied (Bachler et al., 1970; Gruesbeck and Rase, 1972). Adsorption of...Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 130, 384. Katchalski, E., Silman, I., and Goldstein, R. (1971) Adv. Enzymology 34., 445. Katz, S. A., and Cowans, J

  6. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts No. 180

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  7. Studies on the relationship between cyanide-resistant respi-ration and expression of alternative oxidase in mung bean using antibodies prepared by synthetic polypeptide

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  8. Instrumentation Analysis: An Automated Method for Producing Numeric Abstractions of Heap-Manipulating Programs

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  9. The Structure and Infrastructure of Chinese Science and Technology

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    Series C-Life Sciences 38 Theoretical And Applied Genetics 32 Journal Of Forensic Sciences 31 Febs Letters 31 Acta Botanica Sinica 30 Protein...A1-18 – Journals Containing Most Crops Papers JOURNAL #PAPERS Acta Botanica Sinica 233 Chinese Science Bulletin 128 Theoretical And Applied...physiological VEGETABLES; QUALITY; ACTA BOTANICA SINICA BIOLOGICAL & MEDICAL SCIENCES STRESS PHYSIOLOGY 6.3 5 2 19 16 212 To extract v Investiga

  10. LISTA DE PUBLICACIONES PERIODICAS DEL CENTRO DE DOCUMENTACION DEL MINISTERIO DE SALUD, PARA EL SERVICIO DE ALERTA - 1985

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  11. Hybné síly dlouhodobých proměn industrializované krajiny (Případová studie Hrušov)

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    Roč. 106, č. 106 (2014), s. 35-44 ISSN 1805-921X R&D Projects: GA MŠk EE2.3.20.0025 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : Hrušov * Ostrava * industrial landscape * deindustrialisation * brownfields Subject RIV: DE - Earth Magnetism, Geodesy, Geography http://www.vukoz.cz/acta/dokumenty/acta_106/Acta-106_komplet-cz.pdf

  12. Bibliography of Soviet Developments in Superconductivity, January 1975 - June 1976

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  13. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, September-October 1987

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  14. Investigation of Diode Pumped Alkali Laser Atmospheric Transmission Using Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy

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    Optics Letters, 28(23):2336–2338, 2003. 48. Lavan, M. “High Energy Laser Systems for Short Range Defense”. Acta Physica Polonica -Series A General Physics...able diode laser spectrometer for the remote sensing of vehicle emissions”. Spec- trochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 60...P. “A review of recent advances in semiconductor laser based gas mon- itors”. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 54

  15. Endogenous Protection Derived from Activin A/Smads Transduction Loop Stimulated via Ischemic Injury in PC12 Cells

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    Activin A (ActA), a member of transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-b) super- family, affects many cellular processes, including ischemic stroke. Though the neuroprotective effects of exogenous ActA on oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD) injury have already been reported by us, the endogenous role of ActA remains poorly understood. To further define the role and mechanism of endogenous ActA and its signaling in response to acute ischemic damage, we used an OGD model in PC12 cells to simulate isch...

  16. Research Investigation Directed Toward Extending the Useful Range of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

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    Raamatuarvustus: Ökokogukonnad retoorikas ja praktikas : elustiilide uurimused / toimetanud Airi-Alina Allaste. Tallinn : Tallinna Ülikooli Kirjastus, 2011. (Acta Universitatis Tallinnensis. Socialia)

  18. Substrate Independence of THz Vibrational Modes of Polycrystalline Thin Films of Molecular Solids in Waveguide THz-TDS

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  19. Carnitine prevents the early mitochondrial damage induced by methylglyoxal bis(guanylhydrazone) in L1210 leukaemia cells.

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    We previously found that the anti-cancer drug methylglyoxal bis(guanylhydrazone) (mitoguazone) depresses carnitine-dependent oxidation of long-chain fatty acids in cultured mouse leukaemia cells [Nikula, Alhonen-Hongisto, Seppänen & Jänne (1984) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 120, 9-14]. We have now investigated whether carnitine also influences the development of the well-known mitochondrial damage produced by the drug in L1210 leukaemia cells. Palmitate oxidation was distinctly inhibited in...

  20. Polarization-Difference Imaging: Biophysical Mechanisms and Engineering Applications to Visibility Enhancement in Scattering Media

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  1. Cross-Linking in Collagen by Nonenzymatic Glycation Increases the Matrix Stiffness in Rabbit Achilles Tendon

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    Nonenzymatic glycation of connective tissue matrix proteins is a major contributor to the pathology of diabetes and aging. Previously the author and colleagues have shown that nonenzymatic glycation significantly enhances the matrix stability in the Achilles tendon (Reddy et al., 2002, Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 399, 174–180). The present study was designed to gain further insight into glycation-induced collagen cross-linking and its relationship to matrix stiffness in the rabbit Achilles tendo...

  2. Final Treatability Study in Support of Remediation by Natural Attenuation Site FT-1 at Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Washington

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  3. AFRRI Reports, First Quarter 1993

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  4. A Tense Situation: Forcing Tumour Progression

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    Bailey AJ. The effects of the Maillard reaction on the physical properties and cell interactions of collagen. Pathol Biol (Paris) 2006;54:387–395... reaction and, following this law, cells in vivo will respond to alterations in the mechanical properties of their surrounding matrix by adjusting...cell marker for testing malignant transformation and metastatic competence. Biophys J 2005;88:3689–369. [PubMed: 15722433] 29. Cross SE, Jin YS, Rao J

  5. Diversity, Replication, Pathogenicity and Cell Biology of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus

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    1990. Hen egg white lysozyme expressed in, and secreted from, Aspergillus niger is correctly processed and folded. Biotechnology (New York) 8:741–745. 7...in bunyavirus-infected cells. J. Virol. 41:643–648. 18. Garry, C. E., and R. F. Garry. 2004. Proteomics computational analyses suggest that the...2005). Proteomic identification of proteins conjugated to ISG15 in mouse and human cells. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 336, 496–506. Haas, A.L

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    Roč. 2, č. 4 (2009), s. 43-48 ISSN 2067-3809 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z30860518 Keywords : water jet * concrete * depth of penetration * disintegration volume Subject RIV: JM - Building Engineering http://acta.fih.upt.ro/pdf/2009-4/ACTA-2009-4-08.pdf

  7. Advances in membrane protein crystallography: in situ and in meso data collection

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    Membrane protein structural biology has made tremendous advances over the last decade but there are still many challenges associated with crystallization, data collection and structure determination. Two independent groups, Axford et al. [(2015), Acta Cryst. D71, 1228–1237] and Huang et al. [(2015), Acta Cryst. D71, 1238–1256], have published methods that make a major contribution to addressing these challenges

  8. Neuroprotective Effects of Exogenous Activin A on Oxygen-Glucose Deprivation in PC12 Cells

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    Full Text Available Ischemic cerebrovascular disease is one of the most common causes of death in the World. Exogenous activin A (ActA protects neurons against toxicity and plays a central role in regulating the brain’s response to injury. In the present study, we investigated the mechanisms involved in the neuroprotective effects of ActA in a model of hypoxic-ischemic brain disease. We found that ActA could effectively increase the survival rate of PC12 cells and relieve oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD damage. To clarify the neuroprotective mechanisms of ActA, the effects of ActA on the ActA/Smad pathway and on the up-regulation of inducible nitric oxide synthase (NOS and superoxide dismutase (SOD were investigated using OGD in PC12 cells. The results showed that ActA could increase the expression of activin receptor IIA (ActRIIA, Smad3 and Smad4 and that 50 ng/mL and 100 ng/mL of ActA could reduce NO levels and increase SOD activity by 78.9% and 79.9%, respectively. These results suggested that the neuroprotective effects of ActA in ischemia could be related to the activation of the ActA/Smad signaling pathway and to its anti-oxidant activities.

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  10. Life history of the invasive bug Oxycarenus lavaterae (Heteroptera: Oxycarenidae) in Bulgaria

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    Roč. 66, č. 2 (2014), s. 203-208 ISSN 0324-0770 Institutional support: RVO:60077344 Keywords : size * weight * sexual dimorphism Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour Impact factor: 0.532, year: 2014 http://www.acta-zoologica-bulgarica.eu/downloads/acta-zoologica-bulgarica/2014/66-2-203-208.pdf

  11. Endogenous protection derived from activin A/Smads transduction loop stimulated via ischemic injury in PC12 cells.

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    Mang, Jing; Mei, Chun-Li; Wang, Jiao-Qi; Li, Zong-Shu; Chu, Ting-Ting; He, Jin-Ting; Xu, Zhong-Xin

    2013-10-17

    Activin A (ActA), a member of transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-b) super- family, affects many cellular processes, including ischemic stroke. Though the neuroprotective effects of exogenous ActA on oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD) injury have already been reported by us, the endogenous role of ActA remains poorly understood. To further define the role and mechanism of endogenous ActA and its signaling in response to acute ischemic damage, we used an OGD model in PC12 cells to simulate ischemic injury on neurons in vitro. Cells were pre-treated by monoclonal antibody against activin receptor type IIA (ActRII-Ab). We found that ActRII-Ab augments ischemic injury in PC12 cells. Further, the extracellular secretion of ActA as well as phosphorylation of smad3 in PC12 cells was also up-regulated by OGD, but suppressed by ActRII-Ab. Taken together, our results show that ActRII-Ab may augment ischemic injury via blocking of transmembrane signal transduction of ActA, which confirmed the existence of endogenous neuroprotective effects derived from the ActA/Smads pathway. ActRIIA plays an important role in transferring neuronal protective signals inside. It is highly possible that ActA transmembrance signaling is a part of the positive feed-back loop for extracellular ActA secretion.

  12. Endogenous Protection Derived from Activin A/Smads Transduction Loop Stimulated via Ischemic Injury in PC12 Cells

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    Full Text Available Activin A (ActA, a member of transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-b super- family, affects many cellular processes, including ischemic stroke. Though the neuroprotective effects of exogenous ActA on oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD injury have already been reported by us, the endogenous role of ActA remains poorly understood. To further define the role and mechanism of endogenous ActA and its signaling in response to acute ischemic damage, we used an OGD model in PC12 cells to simulate ischemic injury on neurons in vitro. Cells were pre-treated by monoclonal antibody against activin receptor type IIA (ActRII-Ab. We found that ActRII-Ab augments ischemic injury in PC12 cells. Further, the extracellular secretion of ActA as well as phosphorylation of smad3 in PC12 cells was also up-regulated by OGD, but suppressed by ActRII-Ab. Taken together, our results show that ActRII-Ab may augment ischemic injury via blocking of transmembrane signal transduction of ActA, which confirmed the existence of endogenous neuroprotective effects derived from the ActA/Smads pathway. ActRIIA plays an important role in transferring neuronal protective signals inside. It is highly possible that ActA transmembrance signaling is a part of the positive feed-back loop for extracellular ActA secretion.

  13. Advances in membrane protein crystallography: in situ and in meso data collection

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    Membrane protein structural biology has made tremendous advances over the last decade but there are still many challenges associated with crystallization, data collection and structure determination. Two independent groups, Axford et al. [(2015), Acta Cryst. D71, 1228–1237] and Huang et al. [(2015), Acta Cryst. D71, 1238–1256], have published methods that make a major contribution to addressing these challenges.

  14. The Vanishing Shakespeare: A Report by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni

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    Neal, Anne D.; Mitchell, Charles

    2007-01-01

    As this report goes to press, the nation's capital is in the midst of a six-moth, city-wide celebration of William Shakespeare. With this celebration as a backdrop, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) researched how Shakespeare fits into English curricula at 70 of the nation's leading colleges and universities. ACTA surveyed English…

  15. Leading the Charge: Governors, Higher Education and Accountability

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    With this new tool, ACTA [American Council of Trustees and Alumni] is working to expand its outreach to governors nationwide on behalf of higher education reform, focusing on key issues of quality, cost, and accountability. ACTA has worked with governors and education leaders from across the country, and that experience has proven that innovative…

  16. A facile synthesis of 1,2,3-triazolyl indole hybrids via SbCl3 ...

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    Ponnuswamy A and Jagatheesan R 2011 Acta Cryst. E67 o2707. 27. Fun H K, Hemamalini M, Shanmugavelan P,. Ponnuswamy A and Jagatheesan R 2011 Acta Cryst. E67 o2776. 28. Sundberg R J 1996 The Chemistry of Indoles, New York: Academic Press 113. 29. (a) Saxton J E 1997 Nat. Prod. Rep. 14 559; (b) Toyota.

  17. Application of Newly Developed Rotational Sensor for Monitoring of Mining Induced Seismic Events in The Karvina region

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    Kaláb, Zdeněk; Knejzlík, Jaromír; Lednická, Markéta

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 197-205 ISSN 1214-9705 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : rotational ground motion * rotational sensor * seismic monitoring Subject RIV: DC - Siesmology, Volcanology, Earth Structure Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_09_Kalab_197-205.pdf

  18. Compositional variation of biotite from Variscan granitoids in central Europe: a statistic evaluation

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    Buda, G.; Koller, F.; Kovács, J.; Ulrych, Jaromír

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 45, č. 1 (2004), s. 21-37 ISSN 0365-8066 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z3013912 Keywords : biotite * major element composition * discriminant function analysis Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy http://www.sci.u-szeged.hu/asvanytan/acta/acta45fulltexts/AMP_buda_vol45.pdf

  19. Structural analysis within the Rožná and Olší uranium deposits (Strážek Moldanubicum) for the estimation of deformation and stress conditions of underground gas storage

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    Ptáček, Jiří; Melichar, R.; Hájek, Antonín; Koníček, Petr; Souček, Kamil; Staš, Lubomír; Kříž, P.; Lazárek, J.

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 237-246 ISSN 1214-9705 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : structural analysis * deformation * stress * underground gas storage Subject RIV: DH - Mining, incl. Coal Mining Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_13_Ptacek_237-246.pdf

  20. Biogenic silica in the Bay of Bengal during the southwest monsoon

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  1. Cytogenetic investigations in Sciurus anomalus from Turkish Thrace (Rodentia: Sciuridae)

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    Arslan, A.; Zima, Jan

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 64, č. 4 (2012), s. 421-426 ISSN 0324-0770 Institutional support: RVO:68081766 Keywords : karyotype * C-banding * Ag-NOR staining * Caucasian squirrel * Turkey Subject RIV: EG - Zoology Impact factor: 0.309, year: 2012 http://www.acta-zoologica-bulgarica.eu/downloads/acta-zoologica-bulgarica/2012/64-4-421-426.pdf

  2. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, No. 16, April - June 1974

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    1974-11-01

    Radiofiz Acta physica polonica Bulletin de I’Academic Polonaise del Sciences. Serie des Sciences Terhniqurs Akademiya nauk Armyanskoy SSR. DokUdy...V. Kryukov (0). Spectral kinetics of radiation from complex organic dye solution lasers. Acta phys. et ehem. Szeged, v. 19, no

  3. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments

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    1975-09-22

    Radiofiz IV. SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS Acta physica polonica Bulletin de l’Academie Polonaise des Sciences. Serie des Sciences Techniques...properties of dyes in polarized solutions. Acta phys. et ehem. Szeged, v. 20, no. 1-2, 197f J5-45. (RZhKh, 19AB, 2/75

  4. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts, Number 177

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    1977-10-06

    PAO [ARCHITECTURAL JOURNAL] No 2, June 1977 1 CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICA] No 4, December 1976 13 CHIH-WU TSA-CHIH [JOURNAL OF BOTANY...10424 CSO: 4009 12 ACTA BOTANICA SINICA AUTHOR: None ORG: Three-in-one Combination Experimental Group of Peking Ch’ung-wen Vegetable Station...Physiological Processes of Stored Tomatoes" SOURCE: Peking CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICA] in Chinese Vol 18, No 4, Dec 76 pp 278-283 TEXT OF

  5. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts, Number 201

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    1978-10-24

    original source materials or information as to the availability of full translations of these articles. CONTENTS PAGE CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA ...III - CC - 70 S § T] ACTA BOTANICA 5INICA AUTHOR: TS’AI Ch’i-kuei (5591 6386 6311 ] CH’IEN Ying-ch’ien [6929 66Q1 0241J CHDU...the Isolation and Culture of Rice (Qrvza sativa L.) Protoplasts" SOURCE: Peking CHIH-WU HSUEH-PA0 [ACTA BOTANICA SINICAj in Chinese No 2, Jun 78 pp

  6. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts, Number 195.

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    1978-08-01

    76 15 CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICA] No 1, March 1978 16 TI-CHEN CHAN-HSIEN [EARTHQUAKE FRONT] No 2, April 1978 26 K𔃺-HSUEH...steril^UMs! and Consolidate the contradiction between the hsien and 6168 CSO: 8111/1528 15 ACTA BOTANICA SINICA AUTHOR: CHANG Te-i [l72B 1795...of Cultured Tobacco Cells" SOURCE: Peking CHIH-WU H5UEH-PA0 [_ACTA BOTANICA SINICÄ] in Chinese No 1, Mar 78 pp 1-5 TEXT OF ENGLISH ABSTRACT

  7. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts, Number 185

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    1978-02-14

    CONTENTS PAGE HANG-K’UNG CHIH-SHIH [AERONAUTICAL KNOWLEDGE] No 10, October 1977 .... 1 CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICA] No 3, September 1977 8...launch units; 3) Chairman Hua visiting an earthquake damaged region; 4) a group of female pilots of a minority race. 3012 CSO: 4009 ACTA BOTANICA ...CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICä] in Chinese Vol 19 No 3, Sep 77 pp 167-171 TEXT OF ENGLISH ABSTRACT: 1. The process of microsporogenesis

  8. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 41, May - June 1979.

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    1980-01-10

    complex molecule in the anisotropic theory of dye amplifiers and lasers. Acta physica polonica , v. A54, no. 6, 1978, 879-888. (RZhF, 6/79, 6D1338) 35...depolarization. Acta physica polonica , v. A54, no. 6, 1978, 823-831. (RZhF, 6/79, 6D1051) 448. Sevchenko, A.N., G.F. Stel’makh, and M.P. Tsvirko (0...of polarization of laser radiation in organic dye solutions. Acta physica et chemica. Szeged, no. 3, 1978, 381-385. (RZhF, 6/79, 6D1340) b

  9. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments. Number 45, January - February 1980.

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    1980-10-28

    Kielich (NS). Quantum statistical properties of photon and phonon fields in non-degenerate hyper-Raman scattering. Acta physica polonica , v. A56, no...and phonon fields in degenerate hyper-Raman scattering. Acta physica polonica , v. A56, no. 2, 1979, 275-281. (RZhF, 1/80, 1D933) 29 ••it...salicylideneaniline. Acta physica polonica , v. A55, no. 6, 1979, 891-901. (R2hF, 1/8Ü, 1D902) 530. Kulakovskiy, V.D., I.V. Kukushkin, and V.B

  10. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 46, March - April 1980.

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    1981-02-05

    single crystal. Acta physica polonica , v. A56, no. 4, 1979, 543-546. (RZhF, 4/80, 4D846) 650. Sverchkov, Yu.Ye., and V.P. Gapontsev (118). Parameters...levels of configurations 3d and 4p. Acta physica polonica , v. A56, no. 3, 1979, 425-430. (RZhF, 3/80, 3D279) 741. Yankovskiy, A.A. (3). Atomic spectral...Hungarian progress report on MHD plasma diagnostics. Acta technica Academiae scientiarum hungaricae, v. 87, no. 3-4, 1978, 231-232. (RZhF, 3/80, 3G259) 600

  11. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments. Number 42, July-August 1979.

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    1980-05-01

    process. Acta physica . polonica , v. A55, no. 1, 1979, 87-93. (RZhF, 8/79, 8D233) 34 212. Ozgo, Z., T. Banoevicz, and S. Kielich (NS). Three-photon...Fluorescence and laser parameters of three new anthracene derivatives. Acta physica polonica , v. A55, no. 1, 1979, 79-86. (RZhF, 8/79, 8D603) 223...dyve laser. Part 1. Acta physics polonica , v. A55, no. 1, 1979, 73-78. (lZhF, 8/79, 8D977) 37. Goryayova, Ye.M., A.A. Krashenlnnikov, and A.V. Shablya

  12. Piezoelectric and Electrostrictive Materials for Transducer Applications. Volume 2.

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    1988-03-01

    Dariington, J. Appi. Phys. 43, 4951 (1972).I 17Z. Ujina and J. Handerek, Acta Physica Polonica A53, 665 (1978). 18Z. Q. Zhuang, M. J. Haun, S. J...Solution System. Part V: Theoretical Calculations." J. Appi. Phys. (submritted). 5 A. M. Glazer, S. A. Mabud, and R. Clarke, Acta Cryst. B34, 1060 (1978...Clarke, Acta Cryst.. B34, 1060 (1978). 12A. Amrin. R. E. Newham, and L. E. Cross, J. Solid State Chemissry 37, 248 (198 1). 13 M. j. Haun, E

  13. International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions (14th) Held in Palo Alto, California on 24-30 July 1985 (Electronic and Atomic Collisions. Invited Papers)

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    1985-07-30

    76] A. Zastawny, Acta . Phys. Polonica , A46 (1974) 39. 77] R. GrUnberg, Z. Naturforsch., A24 (169) 1039. 78] R. Grnberg, Z. Naturforsch., A 3 (1978...Rev. A12 (1975) 1825. 24) A.K. Pradhan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 32 (1983) 84. 47 (1981) 79. 25) Jia-Ming Li(C.M. Lee), Acta Physica Sinica 32 (1983) 84. 26...1985) XXX. 33) H. Bethe, Ann. Physik 5(1930) 325. 34) M. Inokuti, Rev. Mod. Phys. 43 (1971) 279. 35) Bo-Cang Tian, Jia-Ming Li(C.M. Lee), Acta Physica

  14. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 37, September - October 1978

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    1979-07-01

    systems. Acta physica polonica , v. A53, no. 5, 1978, 737- 746. (RZhRadiot, 10/78, 10Ye570) 31 226. Kolokolov, A,A., and A.I. Sukov (174). Beam... Acta physica polonica , v. A53, no. 2, 1978, 357-359. (RZhF, 9/78, 9D1119) 315. Kulla, P. (NS). Holographic black and white television system...KNLTA) KLDV (KLDVA) KSpF (KRSFA) MZhiG (IMZGA) Acta physica Academiae scientiarum hungaricae Bulletin de 1’Academie Polonaise des Sciences. Serie

  15. Packaging of single DNA molecules by the yeast mitochondrial protein Abf2p: reinterpretation of recent single molecule experiments.

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    Stigter, Dirk

    2004-07-01

    Brewer et al. (Biophys. J. 85 (2003) 2519-2524) have studied the compaction of dsDNA in a double flow cell by observing the extension of stained DNA tethered in buffer solutions with or without Abf2p. They use a Langmuir adsorption model in which one Abf2p molecule adsorbs on one site on the DNA, and the binding constant, K, is given as the ratio of the experimental rates of adsorption and desorption. This paper presents an improved interpretation. Instead of Langmuir adsorption we use the more appropriate McGhee-von Hippel (J. Mol. Biol. 86 (1974) 469-489) theory for the adsorption of large ligands to a one-dimensional lattice. We assume that each adsorbed molecule shortens the effective contour length of DNA by the foot print of Abf2p of 27 base pairs. When Abf2p adsorbs to DNA stretched in the flowing buffer solution, we account for a tension effect that decreases the adsorption rate and the binding constant by a factor of 2 to 4. The data suggest that the accessibility to Abf2p decreases significantly with increasing compaction of DNA, resulting in a lower adsorption rate and a lower binding constant. The kinetics reported by Brewer et al. (Biophys. J. 85 (2003) 2519-2524) lead to a binding constant K=3.6 x 10(6) M(-1) at the beginning, and to K=5 x 10(5) M(-1) near the end of a compaction run, more than an order of magnitude lower than the value K=2.57 x 10(7) M(-1) calculated by Brewer et al. (Biophys. J. 85 (2003) 2519-2524).

  16. Cobinding of bilirubin and laurate to human serum albumin: spectroscopic characterization of stoichiometric complexes

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    Honoré, B; Sato, H; Brodersen, R

    1988-01-01

    Light absorption and CD spectra of bound bilirubin and albumin fluorescence spectra have been recorded from mixtures containing albumin, A, bilirubin, B, and laurate, L, in Tris-NaCl buffer at pH 8.2, 25 degrees C. Concentrations of the corresponding stoichiometric complexes, ABiLj, for i = 0....../3 and j = 0/3, have been calculated from previously determined stoichiometric cobinding constants (H. Sato et al. (1988) Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 260, 811-821). Spectral data of the complexes have finally been found by iterative computer fitting using the principle of several acceptable solutions (R...

  17. Factors determining the oxygen consumption rate (VO2) on-kinetics in skeletal muscles.

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    Korzeniewski, Bernard; Zoladz, Jerzy A

    2004-01-01

    Using a computer model of oxidative phosphorylation developed previously [Korzeniewski and Mazat (1996) Biochem. J. 319, 143-148; Korzeniewski and Zoladz (2001) Biophys. Chem. 92, 17-34], we analyse the effect of several factors on the oxygen-uptake kinetics, especially on the oxygen consumption rate (VO2) and half-transition time t(1/2), at the onset of exercise in skeletal muscles. Computer simulations demonstrate that an increase in the total creatine pool [PCr+/-Cr] (where Cr stands for c...

  18. Application of TensorFlow to recognition of visualized results of fragment molecular orbital (FMO) calculations

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    Saitou, Sona; Iijima, Jun; Fujimoto, Mayu; Mochizuki, Yuji; Okuwaki, Koji; Doi, Hideo; Komeiji, Yuto

    2018-01-01

    We have applied Google's TensorFlow deep learning toolkit to recognize the visualized results of the fragment molecular orbital (FMO) calculations. Typical protein structures of alpha-helix and beta-sheet provide some characteristic patterns in the two-dimensional map of inter-fragment interaction energy termed as IFIE-map (Kurisaki et al., Biophys. Chem. 130 (2007) 1). A thousand of IFIE-map images with labels depending on the existences of alpha-helix and beta-sheet were prepared by employi...

  19. Role of Stat3 and ErbB2 in Breast Cancer

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    2013-12-01

    Nemoto, K.E. Pestell , K. Cooley, E.C. Southwick, D.A. Mitchell, W. Furey, R. Gussio, D.W. Zaharevitz, B. Joo, P. Wipf, Identification of a potent...7). Inorg Chem 2008, 47:2798–2804. 26. Bromberg JF, Wrzeszczynska MH, Devgan G, Zhao Y, Pestell RG, Albanese C, et al: Stat3 as an oncogene. Cell...Biochem Biophys Res Commun 382: 440-444, 2009. 7 Bromberg JF, Wrzeszczynska MH, Devgan G, Zhao Y, Pestell RG, Albanese C and Darnell JE Jr.: Stat3 as an

  20. An Assay of RNA Synthesis in Hepatic Nuclei from Control and Streptococcus pneumoniae-Infected Rats

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    1982-02-22

    26) as modified by pended in 2.0 ml of 1.0 N KOH and incu- McNamara et al. (27). Nuclei (about 0.25 mg bated for 20 hr at 370 to hydrolyze RNA (28...containing hydrolyzed RNA was ml yeast RNA, 18 units pyruvate kinase, I counted in Scintisol. The pellet was solubi- mM cytidine triphosphate (CTP), I mM...WC. Lecithin biosynthesis in liver mi- 16. Blobel G, Potter VR. Nuclei from rat liver, isolation tochondrial fractions. Biochem Biophys Res Coin

  1. Host-Pathogen Coupled Networks: Model for Bacillus Anthracis Interaction with Host Macrophages

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    2015-09-01

    circles). Data points represent absorbance values at 570 nm following the MTT assay. Fitted values are KX2 = 10-6 nM-1s-1 and R = 0.21 nM s-1. (B...represent absorbance values at 570 nm following MTT assay. Here cell “death”, as indicated by the diminution of the signal (corrected for residual...cleaves the N-terminus of MAPKKs and induces tyrosine /threonine phosphorylation of MAPKs in cultured macrophages. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 248(3):706

  2. Surgical Excision Of A Craniopharynginoma By Transcallosal ...

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    Mar 3, 2009 ... plaque as high as 99.6% and that of dental calculus being 75-100% .... medical records diabetes mellitus, heart disease, ... Ethical considerations: The Ethical Committee ..... bleeding in smoker and non-smoker patients. Acta.

  6. [The reception of medieval Europe in the Baltic Sea region, Papers of the XIIth Visby Symposium held at Gotland University, Visby] / Juhan Kreem

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    Arvustus: The reception of medieval Europe in the Baltic Sea Region : papers of the XIIth Visby Symposium, held at Gotland University, Visby / editor: Jörn Staecker. Visby : Gotland University Press, 2009. (Acta Visbyensia ; 12)

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    Arvustus : The Reception of Medieval Europa in the Baltic Sea Region. Papers of the XIIth Visby Symposium held at Gotland University, Visby. Viby : Gotland University Press, 2009. (Acta Visbyensia. 12)

  8. Preface

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    Jung, Young Mee; Baranska, Malgorzata

    2018-05-01

    This special issue of the Spectrochimica Acta A is dedicated to the retirement of Professor Yukihiro Ozaki of Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan as an internationally well recognized scientist in molecular spectroscopy studies including vibrational and electronic spectroscopy.

  9. African Journal of Neurological Sciences - 2009 Vol. 28 No 1

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    Keywords : myasthenia, spondylarthropathy, autoimmune diseases, ankylosing spondylitis. RESUME. Propos ... We report the case of an association : myasthenia-spondylarthropathy which is an original observation because this .... myasthenia gravis: autoimmune diseases and their relation to thymectomy. Acta Neurol ...

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  19. Tallinna Ülikooli kirjastus tegi uue raamatusarja

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  20. Mysids (Crustacea) from the salt pans of Mumbai, India, with a description of a new species

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  1. Sistemas de transporte inteligentes en cruces fronterizos internacionales : un estudio abarcador : facilitando el comercio y mejorando la seguridad en el transporte

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    2001-04-01

    El Programa de Permisosen Fronteras Internacionales (IBC por sus siglas en ingls) fue iniciado bajo la previsin del Acta de Eficiencia de Transporte Terrestre Intermodal (ISTEA por sus siglas en ingls) en 1991. El programa fue concebido origina...

  2. Eye features in three Danish patients with multisystemic smooth muscle dysfunction syndrome

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    Moller, Hans Ulrik; Fledelius, Hans C; Milewicz, Dianna M

    2012-01-01

    A de novo mutation of the ACTA2 gene encoding the smooth muscle cell α-actin has been established in patients with multisystemic smooth muscle dysfunction syndrome associated with patent ductus arteriosus and mydriasis present at birth....

  3. A Journey Along some Well-Known Curves -R-ES-ONANCEI--Ma-rc-h

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    Figure 1. Cycloid. GENERAL I ARTICLE world Acta eruditorum started .... Pietro encouraged his daughter in learning science and for that purpose regularly ... mastered the technique of solving difficult problems of analytical geometry and ...

  4. Estonia : [2012] / Allan Sikk

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    2013-01-01

    Ülevaade Eesti valitsuses 2012. aastal toimunud muutustest, sisepoliitika olulisematest arengutest (protestid ACTA vastu, Rahvakogu kokkutulek, Silvergate, opositsiooni tegevus, arutelud ESM-i ümber, venekeelsest koolist Eestis)

  5. VISIÓN GENERAL DE LA EVALUACIÓN DEL RIESGO EN SALUD INFANTIL EMPLEANDO UN ENFOQUE POR ETAPAS DE DESARROLLO (American translation is: Overview of a Life Stage Approach to Children's Health Risk Assessment)

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    Discussing the challenges associated with estimating and interpreting toxicant exposures and health risks from biomonitoring data. This extended abstract was translated in Spanish and published in Acta Toxicologica Argentina.

  6. Soviet Material on Internal Wave Effects, No. 3, April 1975,

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    1975-04-01

    telemekhanika Acta phyfica polonica Akademiya naiik Armyanskoy SSR. Doklady Akademiya nauk Aserbaydzhanskoy SSR. Doklady Akademiya nauk Belorusskoy SSR... Physica status solid! Pribory i sistemy upravleniya Pribery I tekhnika eksperimenta Radietskhnika Radliotakhnika i elektronika Rafarativnyy zhurnal

  7. Bibliography of Soviet Material on Internal Waves, Number 4, January-May 1975

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    1975-06-06

    tclemekhamka Acta physica polonica Akadcmiya nauk Armyanskoy SSR. Doklady A>;ademiya nauk Azerbaydzhanskoy SSR, Doklady Akademiya nauk...obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki Pustepy fizyki Physics abstracts Prikladnaya mekhanika Prikladnaya matematika i mekhanika Physica status solidi

  8. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments. Number 15, January - March 1974

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    1974-08-05

    Radiofiz IV. SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS Acta phyeica polonica Akademiya nauk SSSR. Doklady Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya. Fizika atmosfery i...izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki Physica statue solidi Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta Russian Book List Radiotekhnika i

  9. Statistical analysis of thermal conductivity of nanofluid containing ...

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    four temperatures for thermal conductivity of pristine. MWCNTs ... MWCNTs. In other words, the augmentation of the ... TiO2 nanofluid, means with different letters are significantly different .... Chen L and Xie H 2010 Thermochim Acta 497 67.

  10. Micropropagation of Vaccinium bracteatum Thunb.

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    Feb 13, 2013 ... Key words: Vaccinium bracteatum Thunb., plant growth regulator, tissue culture, ... vide accent to the landscape during all four seasons of .... followed by the same letter are not significantly different. .... Acta Horticulturae.

  11. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GALATIAN CHRISTIANS? PAUL'S ...

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    Paul's Letter to the Galatians points to the influence of his missionary ... of the apostle's name in the first four centuries. .... Acta Theologica Supplementum 19. 2014 .... The author states that they spoke the word in Perge, not implying that they.

  12. Oral Ketamine

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    Oral Ketamine: A Four-years Experience in ... Key words: Oral Ketamine, Premedication and Oncology. .... form of a letter published in 19835. .... Acta. Anaesthesiol Scandinavica, 1998; 42: 750-758. 4. Murray P. Substitution of another opioid ...

  13. Gradient High Performance Liquid Chromatography Method ...

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    Purpose: To develop a gradient high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method for the simultaneous determination of phenylephrine (PHE) and ibuprofen (IBU) in solid ..... nimesulide, phenylephrine. Hydrochloride, chlorpheniramine maleate and caffeine anhydrous in pharmaceutical dosage form. Acta Pol.

  14. High Entropy Alloys: A Current Evaluation of Founding Ideas and Core Effects and Exploring Nonlinear Alloys (Postprint)

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    2017-08-29

    299 (2004). 9. S. Ranganathan , Curr. Sci. 85, 1404 (2003). 10. F. Otto, Y. Yang, H. Bei, and E.P. George, Acta Mater. 61, 2628 (2013). 11. O.N...W. Yeh, and S. Ranganathan , High-Entropy Alloys (Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2014). 33. Y. Zou, S. Maiti, W. Steurer, and R. Spolenak, Acta Mater...Intermetallics 41, 96 (2013). 36. X. Yang and Y. Zhang, Mater. Chem. Phys. 132, 233 (2012). 37. S. Ranganathan , Personal communication (Bangalore: In

  15. Effect of Water Vapor Pressure on Fatigue Crack Growth in Al-Zn-Cu-Mg Alloy Over Wide-Range Stress Intensity Factor Loading

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    2014-05-07

    pressure and frequency on fatigue behaviour in 7017-T651 aluminium alloy plate, Acta Mater, 45 (1997) 281-293. [30) N.J.H. Holroyd, D. Hardie, Factors... aluminium alloys , Acta Mater, 45 (1997) 3855-3870. [33) S. Lynch, Hydrogen embrittlement phenomena and mechanisms, Corros Rev, 30 (2012) 105-123. [34...role of environmental exposure in the fatigue behaviour of an aluminium alloy , Corros Sci, 39 (1997) 2117-2141. [39) R.S. Piascik, R.P. Gangloff

  16. Current Induced Seismicity in the Paskov Mine Field

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    Holub, Karel; Rušajová, Jana; Holečko, J.

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 181-187 ISSN 1214-9705 R&D Projects: GA MŠk LM2010008 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : Ostrava-Karviná coal mines * seismic network * induced seismicity * location plot Subject RIV: DC - Siesmology, Volcanology, Earth Structure Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_07_%20Holub_181-187.pdf

  17. Study of the effect of moisture content and bending rate on the fracture toughness of rocks

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    Vavro, Leona; Souček, Kamil

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 247-253 ISSN 1214-9705 R&D Projects: GA MŠk ED2.1.00/03.0082 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : fracture toughness * bending rate * tensile strength Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_14_Vavro_Soucek_247-253.pdf

  18. Nobel prize awards in radiochemistry

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    2012-01-01

    In 1996 the Editors of Radiochimica Acta brought out a special volume of the journal to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the discovery of radioactivity. On the occasion of the 50 th anniversary of Radiochimica Acta, which follows closely upon the centenary of Marie Curie's second Nobel Prize in 1911, the author has the privilege to informally review 'Radiochemistry and Nobel Prize Awards', including discoveries of radioelements and new fields in chemistry based on radiochemical methods. (orig.)

  19. Suitability of gramineous plants as food for the phytophagous ladybird Cynegetis impunctata L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

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    Kalushkov, P.; Chehlarov, E.; Nedvěd, Oldřich

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 65, č. 4 (2013), s. 561-564 ISSN 0324-0770 Grant - others:GA JU(CZ) 144/2010/100 Institutional support: RVO:60077344 Keywords : grass * development time * body mass Subject RIV: GF - Plant Pathology, Vermin, Weed, Plant Protection Impact factor: 0.357, year: 2013 http://www.acta-zoologica-bulgarica.eu/downloads/acta-zoologica-bulgarica/2013/65-4-561-564.pdf

  20. China Report, Economic Affairs, Energy: Status and Development -- XXVI

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    1984-04-09

    better technology for open-cut mining; — renovating 9 railway trunk lines while building 8 new ones, bringing the total number in the area up to 20 and...CSO: 4013/119 91 SUPPLEMENTAL SOURCES CHINA’S SOLAR ENERGY RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION ANALYZED Beijing TAIYANGNENG XUEBAO [ACTA ENERGIAE SOLARIS...Calculation in Our Country, TAIYANGNENG XUEBAO [ACTA ENERGIAE SOLARIS SINICA], Vol 1, 1980 pp 1-9. 12553 CSO: 4013/19 102 CONSERVATION CONSERVATION

  1. The ichthyofauna of the shoreline zone in the longitudinal profile of the Danube River, Bulgaria

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    Polačik, Matej; Trichkova, T.; Janáč, Michal; Vassilev, M.; Jurajda, Pavel

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 60, č. 1 (2008), s. 77-88 ISSN 0324-0770 R&D Projects: GA MŠk LC522 Grant - others:National Science Fund(BG) B-1510/05 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60930519 Keywords : Lower Danube * shoreline zone * fish community * distribution * abundance * endangered species Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour http://www.acta-zoologica-bulgarica.eu/downloads/acta-zoologica-bulgarica/2008/60-1-077-088.pdf

  2. Chest wall reconstruction with acellular dermal matrix (Strattice™) and a TRAM flap

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    Brunbjerg, Mette Eline; Juhl, Alexander Andersen; Damsgaard, Tine Engberg

    2014-01-01

    Mette Eline Brunbjerg, Alexander Andersen Juhl, Tine E. Damsgaard. "Chest wall reconstruction with acellular dermal matrix (Strattice™) and a TRAM flap.” Acta Oncol. 2013 Jun;52(5):1052-4. Epub 2012 Oct 24. PMID: 23095144......Mette Eline Brunbjerg, Alexander Andersen Juhl, Tine E. Damsgaard. "Chest wall reconstruction with acellular dermal matrix (Strattice™) and a TRAM flap.” Acta Oncol. 2013 Jun;52(5):1052-4. Epub 2012 Oct 24. PMID: 23095144...

  3. Translational Research for Muscular Dystrophy

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    2015-07-01

    offspring will have exons 2-4 deleted in cre-expressing tissues. 7. JAX stock 18284: 129-Acta1tm1Hrd/J The Acta1(H40Y) knock -in allele has the...Alterations in Osteopontin Modify Muscle Size in Females in Both Humans and Mice. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 45:1060-8. 54. Hosur V, Cox ML, Burzenski LM, Riding

  4. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, No. 17, July - September 1974

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    1975-01-29

    dye lasers. Academia Scientiarum Hungaricae. Acta Physica . no. 1-4, 1974, 63-71. 55. Stepanov. B. I.. A. N. Rubinov. and V...FGLV FiKhOM FTP FTT GiK IAN Arm IAN B IAN Fiz IAN TK IAN Uz IT rvuz Fiz IV UZ Geod A( ta physica polonica Bulletin de l’Academie...Kozma (0). Calculating the generation frequency of dye lasers in a quasistationary regime. Acta phys. et chem. Szeged. v. 19. no

  5. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments Number 53, May-June 1981.

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    1982-07-20

    ATPLB) Acta physica polonica CCF (CKCFA) Ceskoslovensky casopis pro fysiku DAN Az (DAZRA) Akademiya nauk Azerbaydzhanskoy SSR. Dokiady DAN B (DBLRA...holograms. Acta technika CSAV, no. 1, 1981, 117-133. (RZhRadiot, 6/81, 6Ye4ll) 529. Mirovitskiy, D.I. (0). Problems in microwave holographic...promyshlennost’ Otkr izobr (OIPOV) Otkrytiya, izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki PSS (PSSAB) Physica Status Solidi (A). Applied Research

  6. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 48 July-August 1980.

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    1981-07-01

    80, 8Ye4) IV. SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS (CIRC Codens) APP (ATPLB) Acta physica polonica * BWAT (BWATA) Biuletyn Wojskowej akademji technicznej J...Ois (OPSPA) Optika i spektroskopiya OMP (OPMPA) Optlko-mekhanicheskax’a promysh lennost’ PSS (PSSAB) Physica Status Solidi (A). Applied Research PTE...Dinamika izluchayushchego gaza. no. 3, Moskva, 1980. Sb23 Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Facultas rerum naturalium. v. 61, Olomouc, 1979

  7. Prevention of retinopathy of prematurity in preterm infants through changes in clinical practice and SpO₂technology.

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    Castillo, Armando; Deulofeut, Richard; Critz, Ann; Sola, Augusto

    2011-02-01

    To identify whether pulse oximetry technology is associated with decreased retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and laser treatment. Inborn infants large group of inborn infants <1250 g, a change in clinical practice in combination with pulse oximetry with Masimo SET, but not without it, led to significant reduction in severe ROP and need for laser therapy. Pulse oximetry selection is important in managing critically ill infants. © 2010 The Author(s)/Acta Paediatrica © 2010 Foundation Acta Paediatrica.

  8. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments. Number 43, September-October 1979.

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    1980-06-01

    Acta physica polonica , v. A55, no. 3, 1979, 307-318. (RZhRadiot, 10/79, lOYe3O) 237. Genin, L.G., S.M. Kuznetsov, and L.V. Sayenko (19). Study on heat...crystals by a Q-switched ruby laser. Acta Physica polonica , v. A55, no. 4, 1979, 531-543. (RZhF, 9/79, 9D1085) 572. Eichler, H.J., J. Eichler, J. Knof, and...N lasers, based on ceramic capacitors. Acta physica et 2- chemica. Szeged, no. 4, 1978, 445-449. (RZhF, 10/79, 10D1060) 2 64. Matyugin, Yu.A., and G.N

  9. Actin Nemaline Myopathy Mouse Reproduces Disease, Suggests Other Actin Disease Phenotypes and Provides Cautionary Note on Muscle Transgene Expression

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    Ravenscroft, Gianina; Jackaman, Connie; Sewry, Caroline A.; McNamara, Elyshia; Squire, Sarah E.; Potter, Allyson C.; Papadimitriou, John; Griffiths, Lisa M.; Bakker, Anthony J.; Davies, Kay E.; Laing, Nigel G.; Nowak, Kristen J.

    2011-01-01

    Mutations in the skeletal muscle α-actin gene (ACTA1) cause congenital myopathies including nemaline myopathy, actin aggregate myopathy and rod-core disease. The majority of patients with ACTA1 mutations have severe hypotonia and do not survive beyond the age of one. A transgenic mouse model was generated expressing an autosomal dominant mutant (D286G) of ACTA1 (identified in a severe nemaline myopathy patient) fused with EGFP. Nemaline bodies were observed in multiple skeletal muscles, with serial sections showing these correlated to aggregates of the mutant skeletal muscle α-actin-EGFP. Isolated extensor digitorum longus and soleus muscles were significantly weaker than wild-type (WT) muscle at 4 weeks of age, coinciding with the peak in structural lesions. These 4 week-old mice were ∼30% less active on voluntary running wheels than WT mice. The α-actin-EGFP protein clearly demonstrated that the transgene was expressed equally in all myosin heavy chain (MHC) fibre types during the early postnatal period, but subsequently became largely confined to MHCIIB fibres. Ringbinden fibres, internal nuclei and myofibrillar myopathy pathologies, not typical features in nemaline myopathy or patients with ACTA1 mutations, were frequently observed. Ringbinden were found in fast fibre predominant muscles of adult mice and were exclusively MHCIIB-positive fibres. Thus, this mouse model presents a reliable model for the investigation of the pathobiology of nemaline body formation and muscle weakness and for evaluation of potential therapeutic interventions. The occurrence of core-like regions, internal nuclei and ringbinden will allow analysis of the mechanisms underlying these lesions. The occurrence of ringbinden and features of myofibrillar myopathy in this mouse model of ACTA1 disease suggests that patients with these pathologies and no genetic explanation should be screened for ACTA1 mutations. PMID:22174871

  10. Genome-wide association study identifies multiple risk loci for chronic lymphocytic leukemia

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    Berndt, S.I.; Skibola, C.F.; Joseph, V.; Camp, N.J.; Nieters, A.; Wang, Z.; Cozen, W.; Monnereau, A.; Wang, S.S.; Kelly, R.S.; Lan, Q.; Teras, L.R.; Chatterjee, N.; Chung, C.C.; Yeager, M.

    2013-01-01

    Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have previously identified 13 loci associated with risk of chronic lymphocytic leukemia or small lymphocytic lymphoma (CLL). To identify additional CLL susceptibility loci, we conducted the largest meta-analysis for CLL thus far, including four GWAS with a total of 3,100 individuals with CLL (cases) and 7,667 controls. In the meta-analysis, we identified ten independent associated SNPs in nine new loci at 10q23.31 (ACTA2 or FAS (ACTA2/FAS), P = 1.22 × 10...

  11. Studies on bare and Mg-doped LiCoO2 as a cathode material for lithium ion batteries

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    Reddy, MV

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available at ScienceDirect Electrochimica Acta jo ur nal ho me p age: www.elsev ier .com/ locate /e lec tac ta Graphical Abstract Electrochimica Acta xxx (2013) xxx–xxx Studies on Bare and Mg-doped LiCoO2 as a cathode material for Lithium ion Batteries M.V. Reddy... for Lithium ion Batteries M.V. Reddy∗, Thor Wei Jie, Charl J. Jafta, Kenneth I. Ozoemena, Mkhulu K. Mathe, A. Sree Kumaran Nair, Soo Soon Peng, M. Sobri Idris, Geetha Balakrishna, Fabian I. Ezema, B.V.R. Chowdari • Layered compounds, Li...

  12. Imprinting, latchment and displacement: a mini review of early instinctual behaviour in newborn infants influencing breastfeeding success.

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    Mobbs, Elsie J; Mobbs, George A; Mobbs, Anthony E D

    2016-01-01

    Instinctive behaviours have evolved favouring the mother-infant dyad based on fundamental processes of neurological development, including oral tactile imprinting and latchment. Latchment is the first stage of emotional development based on the successful achievement of biological imprinting. The mechanisms underpinning imprinting are identified and the evolutionary benefits discussed. It is proposed that the oral tactile imprint to the breast is a keystone for optimal latchment and breastfeeding, promoting evolutionary success. ©2015 The Authors. Acta Paediatrica published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Foundation Acta Paediatrica.

  13. Scientometric Analysis of the Journals of the Academy of Medical Sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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    Masic, Izet; Begic, Edin; Zunic, Lejla

    2016-02-01

    Currently in Bosnia and Herzegovina there are 25 journals in the field of biomedicine, 6 of them are indexed in Medline/PubMed base (Medical Archives, Materia Socio-Medica, Acta Informatica Medica, Acta Medica Academica, Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences (BJBMS) and Medical Glasnik), and one (BJBMS) is indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE)/Web of Science base. The aim of this study was to show the scope of work of the journals that were published by Academy of Medical Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Medical Archives, Materia Socio-Medica and Acta Informatica Medica. The research presents a meta-analysis of three journals, or their issues, during the calendar year 2015 (retrospective and descriptive character). During 2015 calendar year a total of 286 articles were published (in Medical Archives 104 (36.3%), in Materia Socio-Medica 99 (34.6%), and in Acta Informatica Medica 83 (29%)). Original articles are present in the highest number in all three journals (in Medical Archives 80.7%, in Materia Socio Medica 77.7%, and in Acta Informatica Medica 68.6%). In Medical Archives, 90.3% of the articles were related to the field of clinical medicine. In Materia Socio-Medica, the domain of clinical medicine and public health was the most represented. Preclinical areas are most frequent in Acta Informatica Medica. The period of 50-60 days for a decision on the admission of article is most common in all three journals, with trend of shortening of that period. Articles came from 19 countries, mostly from Bosnia and Herzegovina, then from Iran, Kosovo, Saudi Arabia and Greece. In Medical Archives original articles in the field of clinical medicine (usually internal and surgical disciplines) are most often present, and that is the case in last four years. The number of articles in Materia Socio-Medica and Acta Informatica Medica is growing from year to year. In Materia Socio-Medica there is a trend of growth of articles in the field of public health

  14. Monoids of moduli spaces of manifolds

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    Galatius, Søren; Randal-Williams, Oscar

    2010-01-01

    We study categories of d–dimensional cobordisms from the perspective of Tillmann [Invent. Math. 130 (1997) 257–275] and Galatius, Madsen, Tillman and Weiss [Acta Math. 202 (2009) 195–239]. There is a category C¿ of closed smooth (d - 1)–manifolds and smooth d–dimensional cobordisms, equipped...... with generalised orientations specified by a map ¿: X ¿ BO(d). The main result of [Acta Math. 202 (2009) 195–239] is a determination of the homotopy type of the classifying space BC¿. The goal of the present paper is a systematic investigation of subcategories D¿C¿ with the property that BD¿ BC¿, the smaller...

  15. Constraints in using Cerium-animaly of bulk sediments as an indicator of paleo bottom water redox environment: A case study from the Central Indian Ocean Basin

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    Pattan, J.N.; Pearce, N.J.G.; Mislankar, P.G.

    for paleo-oceanic redox conditions. Geochem. Cosmo- chim. Acta 5, 1361–1371. Lyle, M., Dymond, J., Heath, G.R., 1977. Copper–nickel enriched ferromanganese nodules and associated crusts from the Baur Basin, northwest Nazca plate. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 35.... Cosmo- chim. Acta 61, 2375–2388. Nozaki, Y., Horible, Y., Tsubota, H., 1981. The water column distribution of thorium isotopes in the western North Pacific. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 66, 73–90. Pattan, J.N., Banakar, V.K., 1997. Diagenetic remobilization...

  16. People’s Republic of China Scientific Abstracts No. 179

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    1977-11-08

    No 2, April 1977 7 CHIH-WU HSUEH-PAO [ACTA BOTANICA SINICA] No 2, June 1977 22 I-CH’UAN HSUEH-PAO [ACTA GENETICA SINICA] No 1...2^-129 ^675] WANG Hsiang-yun [37*9 7^9 0061] ORG: Roth of Office of Microbiology Teaching and Research, First College of Military...2799 2973 3163], SHIH Wei-k’ang [2457 3262 1660], et al. AtmiOR: None ORG: Third Teaching and Research Group, Department of Hygiene

  17. ¿DidácTICa se escribe con TIC? reflexiones sobre las TIC en el aula de ELE

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    Yagüe Barredo, Agustín

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available El presente texto, revisado y actualizado, fue presentado como desarrollo de la conferencia inaugural del IV Congreso Internacional del Español: Innovación, tecnología y comunicación en español (Salamanca, julio de 2016 para ser publicado en las Actas de dicho encuentro. Transcurrido casi un año sin que tales actas hayan sido publicadas, se comparten aquí aquellos contenidos, que reflexionan, de forma muy genérica, sobre el papel de las nuevas tecnologías en el aula de español lengua extranjera.

  18. Nobel prize awards in radiochemistry

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    Adloff, J.P. [Strasbourg Univ. (France)

    2012-07-01

    In 1996 the Editors of Radiochimica Acta brought out a special volume of the journal to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the discovery of radioactivity. On the occasion of the 50{sup th} anniversary of Radiochimica Acta, which follows closely upon the centenary of Marie Curie's second Nobel Prize in 1911, the author has the privilege to informally review 'Radiochemistry and Nobel Prize Awards', including discoveries of radioelements and new fields in chemistry based on radiochemical methods. (orig.)

  19. Determination of oxygen in uranium compounds using sulfur monochloride; Dosage de l'oxygene dans les composes de l'uranium par la methode au monochlorure de soufre

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    Baudin, G; Besson, J; Blum, P L; Tran-Van, Danh [Commisariat a l' Energie Atomique, Grenoble (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1964-07-01

    The authors have described in an other paper (Anal. Chim. Acta, in press) a method for oxygen determination in uranium compounds, in which the sample is attacked by sulfur monochloride. The present paper is concerned with the experimental aspects of the method: apparatus procedure. (authors) [French] Les auteurs ont decrit dans une autre publication (Anal. Chim. Acta) a paraitre, une methode de dosage de l'oxygene dans les composes de l'uranium par attaque par le monochlorure de soufre, La presente note a pour but d'en preciser les techniques experimentale: appareillage, mode operatoire. (auteurs)

  20. Effect of high temperatures on cement composite materials in concrete structures

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    Bodnárová, L.; Válek, J.; Sitek, Libor; Foldyna, Josef

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 173-180 ISSN 1214-9705 R&D Projects: GA MŠk ED2.1.00/03.0082; GA ČR GAP104/12/1988 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : high temperature * load resistance * concrete * reinforcing of mine works * fiber reinforcement Subject RIV: JJ - Other Materials Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_06_Bodnirovi_173-180.pdf

  1. Accelerated Exploration of Multi-principal Element Alloys for Structural Applications (Postprint)

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    2015-04-27

    S. Ranganathan, High Entropy Alloys, Butterworth-Hei- nemann, London, UK, 2014. [6] B. Cantor , I.T.H. Chang, P. Knight, A.J.B. Vincent, Mater. Sci...Kristallogr.-Cryst. Mater. 230 (2015) 55–68. [14] B. Cantor , Entropy 16 (2014) 4749–4768. [15] O.N. Senkov, C. Woodward, D.B. Miracle, JOM. 66 (2014...2014) 1973–1983. [21] F. Otto, Y. Yang, H. Bei, E.P. George , Acta Mater. 61 (2013) 2628–2638. [22] K.Y. Tsai, M.H. Tsai, J.W. Yeh, Acta Mater. 61

  2. Phenotypes, genotypes, and prevalence of congenital myopathies older than 5 years in Denmark

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    Witting, Nanna; Werlauff, Ulla; Duno, Morten

    2017-01-01

    .3% NEB mutations. Less than 5% had mutations in ACTA1, TPM2/3, MTM1, TTN, SEPN1, or SC4NA. A genetic cause was established in 83% with specific histology (cores/rods/centronuclear myopathy) vs 29% with unspecific histology. The detailed clinical examination found gene-dependent discrepancies...... in the pattern of muscle affection and walking ability. Although walking ability was delayed in patients with ACTA1, TPM2/3, and RYR1 mutations, it was within normal limits in patients with NEB and DNM2 mutations. CONCLUSIONS: We found that overall, genetic and histologic prevalence of congenital myopathy...

  3. Adiabatic Shear Bands in Simple and Dipolar Viscoplastic Materials

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    1991-08-01

    d Engineering Mechanics. University of Missouri-Holla. Holla. MO 65401-0249. C S.A Mace -r. Germam .Maxirr. Cork. - DrucK GmbH Carl-i -0&sset7«v...iaxirn Gorki - Druck GmoH Car:- -Ossietzk^ -Str 30 11 7400 Auenöurs I _LL 1+ Xf . . M „ .,Mqon ACTA MECHANICA Acta Mechamca 86, .31—.1...points 13, 14, 15 and 17 becomes clear from the results plotted in Fig. 3d . The plots of the temperature rise at other points con- sidered are not

  4. A scientific review about sexual and reproductive rights on Colombia, 1994-2004

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    Ospina Muñoz, Doris Elena; Castaño López, Rosa Amalia

    2009-01-01

    Estudio realizado entre julio/2005 y julio/2008 siguiendo la Base de Productos Nacionales de COLCIENCIAS (X-acta). Objetivo: caracterizar el conocimiento producido sobre derechos sexuales y reproductivos en Colombia durante 1994-2004. Metodología: se consulta X-acta utilizando descriptores. Los artículos son organizados en tres grupos según la revista en que se publican: nacionales indexadas (T1), nacionales no indexadas (T2), extranjeras (T3). Se construyen categorías. Resultados...

  5. Producción científica sobre derechos sexuales y reproductivos, Colombia 1994-2004 A scientific review about sexual and reproductive rights on Colombia, 1994-2004

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    Doris Elena Ospina Muñoz; Rosa Amalia Castaño López

    2009-01-01

    Estudio realizado entre julio/2005 y julio/2008 siguiendo la Base de Productos Nacionales de COLCIENCIAS (X-acta). Objetivo: caracterizar el conocimiento producido sobre derechos sexuales y reproductivos en Colombia durante 1994-2004. Metodología: se consulta X-acta utilizando descriptores. Los artículos son organizados en tres grupos según la revista en que se publican: nacionales indexadas (T1), nacionales no indexadas (T2), extranjeras (T3). Se construyen categorías. Resultados: se identif...

  6. Mechanism of rigid overlaying of carboniferous strata failure in face mining in the case of multiseams deposit

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    Jiránková, E.; Staš, Lubomír; Kajzar, Vlastimil; Doležalová, Hana

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2013), s. 189-195 ISSN 1214-9705 R&D Projects: GA MŠk ED2.1.00/03.0082; GA MV VG20102014034 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : subsidence trough * rock mass * overlaying strata * longwall mining * tensor stress measurement Subject RIV: DH - Mining, incl. Coal Mining Impact factor: 0.667, year: 2013 http://www.irsm.cas.cz/materialy/acta_content/2013_02/acta_170_08_Jirankova_189-195.pdf

  7. Algorithm for lamotrigine dose adjustment before, during, and after pregnancy

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    Sabers, A

    2012-01-01

    Sabers A. Algorithm for lamotrigine dose adjustment before, during, and after pregnancy. Acta Neurol Scand: DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0404.2011.01627.x. © 2011 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Background -  Treatment with lamotrigine (LTG) during pregnancy is associated with a pronounced risk of seizure deterior......Sabers A. Algorithm for lamotrigine dose adjustment before, during, and after pregnancy. Acta Neurol Scand: DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0404.2011.01627.x. © 2011 John Wiley & Sons A/S. Background -  Treatment with lamotrigine (LTG) during pregnancy is associated with a pronounced risk of seizure...

  8. Uranium spectra in the ICP

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    Ghazi, A.A.; Qamar, S.; Atta, M.A. (Khan (A.Q.) Research Labs., Rawalpindi (Pakistan))

    1994-05-01

    Uranium spectra have been studied by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES). In total, 8361 uranium lines were observed in the wavelength range of 235-500 nm. This article is an electronic publication in Spectrochimica Acta Electronica (SAE), the electronic section of Spectrochimica Acta Part B (SAB). The hard copy text is accompanied by a disk with data files and test files for an IBM-compatible computer. The main article discusses the scientific aspects of the subject and explains the purpose of the data files. (Author).

  9. Microstructure Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of Ultrafine Ti-6Al-4V During Low Temperature Superplastic Deformation (Postprint)

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    J. Cui, L. Ma, A cavity nucleation model during high temperature creep deformation of metals, Acta Metall. Mater. 41 (1993) 539e542. [49] A.H. Chokshi...dislocation activity, and diffusional creep [2]. However, the contribution of these elease (PA): distribution unlimited. S.V. Zherebtsov et al. / Acta...interval 2 105 s1e2 103 s1 at 550 C. The strain rate sensitivity m was evaluated using the slope of log s log _ε curves or strain-rate-change

  10. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 44 November - December 1979.

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    from quantum noise. Acta physica polonica , v. A44, no. 6, 1979, 945-948. (RZhF, 11/79, 1ID1396) 196. Izraylev, F.M., and D.L. Shepelyanskiy (79...thermodynamics for matter plus radiation system with quadrupole interactions. Acta physica polonica , v. A55, no. 3, 1979, 413-417. (RZhF, 11/79...PSS (PSSAB) Physica Status Solidi (A). Applied Research (PSSBB) Physica Status Solidi (B). Basic Research r£i. (PRTEA) Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta

  11. High-Temperature Ferromagnetism in Transition Metal Implanted Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors

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    Mn)As and Its Heterostructures,” Acta Physica Polonica A, 94 (2):155–164 (August 1998). 79. Ohno, Y., D. K. Young, B. Beschoten, F. Matsukura, H. Ohno...reactive molecular-beam epitaxy,” Physical Review B , 67 (16):16205 (April 2003). 26. Dietl, T. “From Magnetic Polarons to Ferromagnetism,” Acta Physica ...samples,” Physica B , 308-310 :985–988 (December 2001). 15. Bradley, F. N. Materials for Magnetic Functions (First Edition). New York: Hayden, 1971. 16

  12. Electronic Structure of Lithium Tetraborate

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    and Optical Properties of Li2B4O7 Single Crystals Pure and Doped with Yb, Co and Mn Ions for Nonlinear Applications," Acta Physica Polonica A 107...34Growth and Optical Properties of Li2B4O7 Single Crystals Pure and Doped with Yb, Co and Mn Ions for Nonlinear Applications," Acta Physica ... Polonica A 107, 507 (2005). 22. Y. V. Burak, B. V. Padlyak, and V. M. Shevel, "Radiation-induced centers in the Li2B4O7 single crystals," Nuclear

  13. Bibliography of Soviet Laser Developments, Number 28, March - April 1977.

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    Acta physica polonica , v. ASO, no.3, 1976, 375-382. (RZhF, 4/77, 4D1016) 141. Lugina, A.S., N.I. Insarova, and G.S. Yakovlev (0). Generation of dif...technique to measure optical second harmonic generation in powder samples by means of electronic in- tegration. Physica status solidi (a), v.37, no.1...77, 3D1001) 23 -- -- - -- - 167. Kvasil, B. (NS). Self-focusing of radiation by Raman or Brillouin scattering. Acta technica CSAV, v.21, no.5, 1976

  14. Soviet Developments in Material Science No. 1, January - June 1975

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  15. Radio- and VUV - Excited Luminescence of YAP:Ce, YAP:Pr and YAG:Pr

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    Pr 3+ ions.", Acta Physica Polonica A, 90 pp.407-10, 1996. 6. C. Pedrini, D. Bouttet, C. Dujardin, B. Moine, I. Dafinei, P. Lecoq, M. Koselja, K...34Spectroscopy and thermoluminescence of LuAIO 3:Ce" Acta Physica Polonica A,.90, pp.377-383, 1996 17. A.J. Wojtowicz, J. Glodo, W. Drozdowski, K.R. Przegietka...Malinowski, M.F. Joubert, B. Jacquier. "Simultaneous laser action at blue and orange wavelengths in YAG:Pr 3+ Physica Status Solidi A, 140, pp.K49-52, 1993 5

  16. A Partnership Training Program: Studying Targeted Drug Delivery Using Nanoparticles In Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy

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  17. Uranium spectra in the ICP

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    1994-01-01

    Uranium spectra have been studied by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES). In total, 8361 uranium lines were observed in the wavelength range of 235-500 nm. This article is an electronic publication in Spectrochimica Acta Electronica (SAE), the electronic section of Spectrochimica Acta Part B (SAB). The hard copy text is accompanied by a disk with data files and test files for an IBM-compatible computer. The main article discusses the scientific aspects of the subject and explains the purpose of the data files. (Author)

  18. A dynamic P53-MDM2 model with time delay

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    Mihalas, Gh.I. [Department of Biophysics and Medical Informatics, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Piata Eftimie Murgu, nr. 3, 300041 Timisoara (Romania)]. E-mail: mihalas@medinfo.umft.ro; Neamtu, M. [Department of Forecasting, Economic Analysis, Mathematics and Statistics, West University of Timisoara, Str. Pestalozzi, nr. 14A, 300115 Timisoara (Romania)]. E-mail: mihaela.neamtu@fse.uvt.ro; Opris, D. [Department of Applied Mathematics, West University of Timisoara, Bd. V. Parvan, nr. 4, 300223 Timisoara (Romania)]. E-mail: opris@math.uvt.ro; Horhat, R.F. [Department of Biophysics and Medical Informatics, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Piata Eftimie Murgu, nr. 3, 300041 Timisoara (Romania)]. E-mail: rhorhat@yahoo.com

    2006-11-15

    Specific activator and repressor transcription factors which bind to specific regulator DNA sequences, play an important role in gene activity control. Interactions between genes coding such transcription factors should explain the different stable or sometimes oscillatory gene activities characteristic for different tissues. Starting with the model P53-MDM2 described into [Mihalas GI, Simon Z, Balea G, Popa E. Possible oscillatory behaviour in P53-MDM2 interaction computer simulation. J Biol Syst 2000;8(1):21-9] and the process described into [Kohn KW, Pommier Y. Molecular interaction map of P53 and MDM2 logic elements, which control the off-on switch of P53 in response to DNA damage. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2005;331:816-27] we enveloped a new model of this interaction. Choosing the delay as a bifurcation parameter we study the direction and stability of the bifurcating periodic solutions. Some numerical examples are finally given for justifying the theoretical results.

  19. Stress Distribution, Friction and Listeria Propulsion

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    Prost, Jacques

    2003-03-01

    I will review our work on the physics of listeria propulsion based on an unavoidable elastic analysis of the stress distribution in the actin gel and dynamical boundary conditions (both normal and tangential). I will show in particular that it provides a natural explanation for the symmetry breaking transition occurring with beads (work with K. Sekimoto and F. Julicher), of the saltatory behavior of beads reported by A Bernheim et al (Nature 2002) and of the shape of soft beads (with O. Campas and J.F Joanny). This last analysis proves that, as announced in an earlier paper (F; Gerbal et al Biophys Journal 2000) the rear part of the gel contributes negatively to the motion.

  20. Group additivity calculations of the thermodynamic properties of unfolded proteins in aqueous solution: a critical comparison of peptide-based and HKF models.

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    Hakin, A W; Hedwig, G R

    2001-02-15

    A recent paper in this journal [Amend and Helgeson, Biophys. Chem. 84 (2000) 105] presented a new group additivity model to calculate various thermodynamic properties of unfolded proteins in aqueous solution. The parameters given for the revised Helgeson-Kirkham-Flowers (HKF) equations of state for all the constituent groups of unfolded proteins can be used, in principle, to calculate the partial molar heat capacity, C(o)p.2, and volume, V2(0), at infinite dilution of any polypeptide. Calculations of the values of C(o)p.2 and V2(0) for several polypeptides have been carried out to test the predictive utility of the HKF group additivity model. The results obtained are in very poor agreement with experimental data, and also with results calculated using a peptide-based group additivity model. A critical assessment of these two additivity models is presented.

  1. A dynamic P53-MDM2 model with time delay

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    Mihalas, Gh.I.; Neamtu, M.; Opris, D.; Horhat, R.F.

    2006-01-01

    Specific activator and repressor transcription factors which bind to specific regulator DNA sequences, play an important role in gene activity control. Interactions between genes coding such transcription factors should explain the different stable or sometimes oscillatory gene activities characteristic for different tissues. Starting with the model P53-MDM2 described into [Mihalas GI, Simon Z, Balea G, Popa E. Possible oscillatory behaviour in P53-MDM2 interaction computer simulation. J Biol Syst 2000;8(1):21-9] and the process described into [Kohn KW, Pommier Y. Molecular interaction map of P53 and MDM2 logic elements, which control the off-on switch of P53 in response to DNA damage. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2005;331:816-27] we enveloped a new model of this interaction. Choosing the delay as a bifurcation parameter we study the direction and stability of the bifurcating periodic solutions. Some numerical examples are finally given for justifying the theoretical results

  2. A model for the relation between stimulus frequency and spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in lizard papillae.

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    Wit, Hero P; van Dijk, Pim; Manley, Geoffrey A

    2012-11-01

    Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions (SOAEs) and stimulus frequency otoacoustic emissions (SFOAEs) have been described from lizard ears. Although there are several models for these systems, none has modeled the characteristics of both of these types of otoacoustic emissions based upon their being derived from hair cells as active oscillators. Data from the ears of two lizard species, one lacking a tectorial membrane and one with a chain of tectorial sallets, as described by Bergevin et al. ["Coupled, active oscillators and lizard otoacoustic emissions," AIP Conf. Proc. 1403, 453 (2008)], are modeled as an array of coupled self-sustained oscillators. The model, originally developed by Vilfan and Duke ["Frequency clustering in spontaneous otoacoustic emissions from a lizard's ear," Biophys. J. 95, 4622-4630 (2008)], well describes both the amplitude and phase characteristics of SFOAEs and the relation between SFOAEs and SOAEs.

  3. Comparison of the thermal stabilization of proteins by oligosaccharides and monosaccharide mixtures: Measurement and analysis in the context of excluded volume theory.

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    Beg, Ilyas; Minton, Allen P; Islam, Asimul; Hassan, Md Imtaiyaz; Ahmad, Faizan

    2018-06-01

    The thermal stability of apo α-lactalbumin (α-LA) and lysozyme was measured in the presence of mixtures of glucose, fructose, and galactose. Mixtures of these monosaccharides in the appropriate stoichiometric ratio were found to have a greater stabilizing effect on each of the two proteins than equal weight/volume concentrations of di- tri- and tetrasaccharides with identical subunit composition (sucrose, trehalose, raffinose, and stachyose). The excluded volume model for the effect of a single saccharide on the stability of a protein previously proposed by Beg et al. [Biochemistry 54 (2015) 3594] was extended to treat the case of saccharide mixtures. The extended model predicts quantitatively the stabilizing effect of all monosaccharide mixtures on α-LA and lysozyme reported here, as well as previously published results obtained for ribonuclease A [Biophys. Chem. 138 (2008) 120] to within experimental uncertainty. Copyright © 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  4. Vectorial loading of processive motor proteins: implementing a landscape picture

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    Kim, Young C; Fisher, Michael E

    2005-01-01

    Individual processive molecular motors, of which conventional kinesin is the most studied quantitatively, move along polar molecular tracks and, by exerting a force F = (F x ,F y ,F z ) on a tether, drag cellular cargoes, in vivo, or spherical beads, in vitro, taking up to hundreds of nanometre-scale steps. From observations of velocities and the dispersion of displacements with time, under measured forces and controlled fuel supply (typically ATP), one may hope to obtain insight into the molecular motions undergone in the individual steps. In the simplest situation, the load force F may be regarded as a scalar resisting force, F x z >0, while more recently Block and co-workers (2002 Biophys. J. 83 491, 2003 Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 100 2351) and Carter and Cross (2005 Nature 435 308) have studied assisting (or reverse) loads, F x >0, and also sideways (or transverse) loads F y ≠ 0. We extend previous mechanochemical kinetic models by explicitly implementing a free-energy landscape picture in order to allow for the full vectorial nature of the force F transmitted by the tether. The load-dependence of the various forward and reverse transition rates is embodied in load distribution vectors, θ j + and θ j - , which relate to substeps of the motor, and in next order, in compliance matrices η j + and η j - . The approach is applied specifically to discuss the experiments of Howard and co-workers (1996 Biophys.?J. 70 418) in which the buckling of partially clamped microtubules was measured under the action of bound kinesin molecules which induced determined perpendicular loads. But in the normal single-bead assay it also proves imperative to allow for F z >0: the appropriate analysis for kinesin, suggesting that the motor 'crouches' on binding ATP prior to stepping, is sketched. It yields an expression for the velocity, V (F x ,F z ;[ATP]), needed to address the buckling experiments

  5. [Thyroid and lipidic dysfunction associated with bexarotene in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma].

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    Rodriguez Suarez, Santiago; Pamies Andreu, Encarnación; Muñiz Grijalvo, Ovidio; Garcia Morillo, José Salvador

    2016-02-05

    Bexarotene is a synthetic selective X receptor rexinoide approved for the systemic treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. During treatment is very frequent the occurrence of hypothyroidism and severe mixed hyperlipidemia, both are reversibles and dose-dependent adverse events. Increase of triglycerides and LDL-cholesterol level (up to even higher levels have been associated with pancreatitis in some cases) is widely described (as is the case with other retinoids) but decrease in HDL-cholesterol is poored know. We review our experience with the use of bexarotene. We present a serie of 3 clinical report of patients treated with bexarotene in whose, in addition to these well-known adverse event, a serious lowering of HDL-cholesterol was observed. The 3 patients studied had metabolic complications like central hypothyroidism and severe mixed hyperlipidemia; with special emphasis on the sharp fall (mean decrease>83%) in the HDL-cholesterol level. Cholesterol lowering medication and substitutive hormonal replacement with levotiroxine resulted in an improvement of the biochimical parameters without reaching the correct goals. Bexarotene produce as predictable side effects severe mixed hyperlipidemia with marked decrease in HDL-cholesterol levels and central hypothyroidism, being the both reversible and dose-dependent. A reflection on the possible aetiological mechanisms and implications of this phenomenon are included. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  6. The Reporting of Observational Research Studies in Dermatology Journals A Literature-Based Study

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    Langan, Sinead; Schmitt, Jochen; Coenraads, Pieter-Jan; Svensson, Ake; von Elm, Erik; Williams, Hywel

    Objective: To assess the quality of reporting in observational studies in dermatology. Data Sources: Five dermatology journals-the Archives of Dermatology, the British Journal of Dermatology, the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, and Acta

  7. Knowledge of emergency contraceptives among secondary school ...

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    Dec 5, 2017 ... emergency contraceptives, while 52.5% reported that they had never heard of emergency contraceptives. ... are freely available to women of all ages in South Africa (SA).[4] ..... Contraceptive Technology. .... prescribing pattern of emergency contraceptives by health care workers in Kampala, Uganda. Acta.

  8. Towards guidelines for informed consent for prospective stem cell ...

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    Aug 2, 2015 ... of genes that reactivate the embryonic genetic programme.[5,6]. We, and many ... ever more complex and multifaceted ethical issues, many of which require new guidelines, consent protocols and even change in legislation, since they do not ..... Progress and prospects in stem cells therapy. Acta. Pharmacol ...

  9. Governance for a New Era: A Blueprint for Higher Education Trustees

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    Schmidt, Benno C.

    2014-01-01

    "Governance for a New Era: A Blueprint for Higher Education Governance," is the product of a summit facilitated by ACTA [American Council of Trustees and Alumni] and chaired by Benno Schmidt, City University of New York Board chairman. Signatories to the statement, a diverse group of 22 distinguished national leaders, include college…

  10. Verbal Modeling Behavior in Mother-Child Interaction

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    Longhurst, Thomas M.; And Others

    1974-01-01

    Discusses an alternate method of examining the verbal interaction of mothers and their children in dyadic communication. The behavior of both mothers and children differed significantly according to the ages of the children involved. Acta Symbolica, 807 Jefferson Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38105. Subscription Rates: annually, $12.00 individuals,…

  11. International symposium on 'applications of zeolites in heterogeneous catalysis'

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    The International Symposium on applications of zeolites in heterogeneous catalysis, organized by the Hungarian Chemical Society (Szeged, Hung. 9/11-14/78), included 48 papers, which were published in the Vertical Bar3Vertical BarActa Phys. Chem. (Szeged) 24.

  12. The Philosophy, Theoretical Bases, and Implementation of the AHAAH Model for Evaluation of Hazard from Exposure to Intense Sounds

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    being associated with susceptibility— middle ear muscle responsiveness, sex , chemical exposure, prior exposure to noise, eye color, inner ear protective...temporal bones by use of a video measuring system. Acta Otolarngol. 1987;103:87–95. Hamernik RP, Ahroon WA, Patterson JH, Jr. Threshold recovery functions

  13. Iron(III) Chloride mediated reduction of Bis(1-isoquinolylcarbonyl ...

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    32. Ostendorf M, Romagnoli R, Cabeza Pereiro I C, Roos. E C, Moolenaar M J, Speckamp W N and Hiemstra H. 1997 Tetrahedron: Asymmetry 8 1773. 33. Wocadlo S, Massa W and Folgado J 1993 Inorg. Chim. Acta. 207 199. 34. Bedford R B, Bruce D W, Frost R M, Goodby J W and. Hird M 2004 Chem. Commun. 2822. 35.

  14. Rapid detection of single nucleotide mutation in p53 gene based on ...

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    mutation.27 Nevertheless, more than 50% of all human tumors contain p53 mutation; ... gene mutation detection in various fields of biology and medicine persuaded us to find ..... Yola M L, Eren T and Atar N 2014 Electrochim. Acta. 125 38. 26.

  15. Diagnostic and Predictive Values of Thirst, Angiotensin II, and Vasopressin During Trauma Resuscitation

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    and plasma AVP and AT2 levels across a broader spectrum of hemorrhagic shock severity may be warranted. The authors wish to thank the medical, nursing ...301. 2. Olsson K. Central control of vasopressin release and thirst. Acta Paediatr Scand Suppl. 1983;305:36–9. Pr eh os p E m er g C ar e D ow nl oa

  16. Safety in Numbers

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    Bicocca. Dipartimento di Informatica , Sistemistica e Comunicazione. Laboratorio di Test e Analisi del Software, Milano. Technical Report LTA:2004:05...Communications of the ACM, 1981. 24(9): pp. 563-573. 76. Thomas Reps, On the sequential nature of interprocedural program-analysis problems. Acta Informatica

  17. Effect of Electric-current Pulses on Grain-structure Evolution in Cryogenically Rolled Copper

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    severely deformed dilute aluminium alloy . Acta Mater. 56, 1619 (2008). 4. T. Konkova, S. Mironov, A. Korznikov, and S.L. Semiatin: Microstructural response...phase transformation and variant selection by electric current pulses in a Cu-Zn alloy . J. Mater. Res. 29, 975 (2014). 13. I.Sh. Valeev and Z.G

  18. Superplasticity in Fine-Grained Ceramics

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    Stabilized, Tetragonal Zirconia," Acta Metall. Mater., 39(12), (1991), pp. 3227-3236. 10. B. Kellett, P. Carry, and A. Mocellin , "Extrusion of Tet-ZrO2...F. Wakai, S. Sakaguchi, and H. Kato, J. Ceram. Soc. Jap., 94, 72 (1986). 8. B. Kellett, P. Carry, and A. Mocellin , J. Amer. Ceram. Soc., 74, 1922

  19. checkCIF/PLATON report Datablock: I

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    If you wish to submit your CIF for publication in Acta Crystallographica Section C or E, you should upload your CIF via the web. If your CIF is to form part of a submission to another IUCr journal, you will be asked, either during electronic submission or by the Co-editor handling your paper, to upload your CIF via our web site.

  20. Low temperature molten salt synthesis of Y(sub2)Sn(sub2)O(sub7) anode material for lithium ion batteries

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    Nithyadharseni, P

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Acta 182 (2015) 1060–1069 Low temperature molten salt synthesis of Y2Sn2O7 anode material for lithium ion batteries P. Nithyadharsenia,b, M.V. Reddya,c,*, Kenneth I. Ozoemenab,d, R. Geetha Balakrishnae, B.V.R. Chowdaria a Advanced Batteries...

  1. Nitrogen uptake by size-fractionated plankton in permanently well-mixed temperate coastal waters

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    Wafar, M.V.M.; L'Helguen, S.; Raikar, V.; Maguernd, J.-F.; Le Corre, P.

    ’absorption de l’azote dans un syste`me brasse´ peu profound (Manche occidentale). Oceanol. Acta., 19, 529–537. Malone, T. C. (1980) Algal size. In Morris, I. (ed.), The Physiological Ecology of Phytoplankton. Blackwell, Oxford, UK, 433–463. Platt, T. and Li, W...

  2. ISSN 2073 ISSN 2073-9990 East Cent. Afr. J. surg. (Online) 9990 ...

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    Page 69. 12. Aldemir M, Yagnur Y, Tacyildir I. The predictive factors for the necessity of operative treatment in adhesive small bowel obstruction cases. Acta Chir Belg 2004; 104; 76-80. 13. Fevang BTS, Fevang J, Lie SA, Soriede O, Svanes K, Viste A. Long-term prognosis after operation for adhesive small bowel obstruction.

  3. Genotyping of mannose-binding lectin (MBL2) codon 54 and ...

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    Rabah M. Shawky

    2013-11-17

    Nov 17, 2013 ... ing attachment, ingestion and killing of opsonized pathogens by phagocytes [5] ..... pneumonia and culture-proven sepsis during the first month of life [26]. ..... variation in the serum concentration of mannan-binding protein. Acta Paediatr ... phase reactant in adults with community-acquired pneumococcal.

  4. Oxygen and hydrogen isotope ratios in tree rings: how well do models predict observed values?

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    2002-07-30

    Full Text Available . Cosmo- chim. Acta 46 (1982) 955^965. [35] W.M. Buhay, T.W.D. Edwards, Climate in southwestern Ontario, Canada, between AD 1610 and 1885 inferred from oxygen and hydrogen isotopic measurements of wood cellulose from trees in di?erent hydrological set...

  5. Synthesis, molecular structures and ESI-mass studies of copper(I ...

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    Vol. 127, No. 10, October 2015, pp. 1859–1869. c Indian Academy of Sciences. ... MS received 11 June 2015; revised 19 August 2015; accepted 24 August 2015. Abstract. Equimolar reaction of copper(I) bromide with ...... Homsy N K, Noltemeyer M, Roesky H W, Schmidt H-G and Sheldrick G M 1984 Inorg. Chim. Acta 90 L59.

  6. The duration of response inhibition in the stop-signal paradigm varies with response force

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    van den Wildenberg, W.P.M.; van Boxtel, G.J.M.; van der Molen, M.

    2003-01-01

    In a previous study, we have found that the speed of stopping a response is delayed when response readiness is reduced by cuing the probability of no-go trials [Acta Psychol. 111 (2002) 155]. Other investigators observed that responses are more forceful when the probability to respond is low than

  7. Congress' Record on Civil Rights

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    Javits, Jacob

    1975-01-01

    This testimony, before a public hearing of the New York City Commission on Human Rights in May 1974, focuses on the Voting Rights Act--a law, extended in 1970, which provided for federal registrars in any state or county having a substantial minority population and a literacy test where voter participation fell below 50 percent-which is due to…

  8. Cavitation Inception Scale Effects. 1. Nuclei Distributions in Natural Waters. 2. Cavitation Inception in a Turbulent Shear Flow.

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    1987-05-01

    cavitation is pressure-controlled. The term hydrodynamic cavitation is some- times used to stress the dominant role of dynamic pressure in the cavitation...Diffraction Pattern of Opaque and Transparent Objects with Coherent Back- ground," Optica Acta, 11, 183-193. Peterson, F.B. (1972), " Hydrodynamic Cavitation and

  9. Summary of Research. 1996-1997

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  12. A New Procedure for Determination of Electron Temperatures and Electron Concentrations by Thomson Scattering and Analytical Plasmas

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    process is not uniform as assumed in many recrystallization models, but that the grain boundaries migrate in an irregular fashion and exhibit a strong dependence on the local presence of dislocations, which can distort the local migration process significantly. (c) 2007 Acta Materialia Inc. Published...

  17. Wie se grond koop Boas (Rut 4:9)?/Whose land did Boaz buy (Ruth ...

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    Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta) and Oreo- chromis mossambicus (Cichlidae) in. South Africa. Acta Tropica, 63: 1-14. Chiayvareejja S, Rittibhonbhum N, Hong- promyart M,Wiriyachitra P. 1997. Toxic- ity of the Thai piscicidal plant, Maesa ramentacea, to freshwater fishes in ponds. Aquaculture, 158: 229-234. Davies W. 1983.

  20. Tareas digitales: comunicar también fuera del aula

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    Full Text Available El propósito de la comunicación y de las actas que la acompañan es presentar algunas tareas de aprendizaje realizadas por alumnos extranjeros, reflexionar sobre ellas y repasar algunas cuestiones teóricas del aprendizaje de lenguas en contexto web.

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    This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy. Storage and Distribution, Conservation and Renewable Energy, under Contract. W-31-109-Eng-38. References. Fjellvag P, Karen P, Kjekshus A, Kofstad P and Norby T 1988 Acta Chem. Scand. A42 178. Goretta K C at al 1988 Maier. Lett, 7 61.

  2. Surface Circulation in the Iroise Sea (W. Brittany) from High Resolution HF Radar Mapping

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    oceanographic conditions in many coastal regions (e.g. Bassin et al., 2005; Breivik and Sætra, 2001; Haus et al., 2000; Kaplan et al., 2005; Kovacevic et...Oceanol. Acta 22–2, 153–166. Breivik , O., Sætra, O., 2001. Real time assimilation of HF radar currents into a coastal ocean model. J. Mar. Syst. 28

  3. Ussing Chamber

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    The Ussing chamber system is named after the Danish zoologist Hans Ussing, who invented the device in the 1950s to measure the short-circuit current as an indicator of net ion transport taking place across frog skin (Ussing and Zerahn, Acta Physiol Scand 23:110-127, 1951). Ussing chambers are

  4. [Stat-kyrka-samhälle : Den stormaktstida samhällsordningen i Sverige och Östersjöpinserna] / Enn Küng

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    Arvustus: Stat-kyrka-samhälle : Den stormaktstida samhällsordningen i Sverige och Östersjöpinserna. (Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis Studia Baltica Stockholmiensa, 21). Stockholm, 2000. Stockholmi Ülikooli Balti Uuringute Keskuse teaduslik väljaanne "Riik-kirik-ühiskond" Rootsi suurriigi provintsipoliitikast Eesti- ja Liivimaal 16.-17. sajandil

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    Das Rechtfertigungsverständnis in den Religionsgesprächen von Hagenau, Worms und. Regensburg 1540/41, Göttingen 1996 (FKDG 64). 15 Pfeilschifter, Acta reformationis catholicae, p. 53: Fides ergo viva ea est, quae et apprehendit misericordiam in Christo ac credit iustitiam, quae est in Christo, sibi gratis imputari et ...

  6. Stablization of Nanotwinned Microstructures in Stainless Steels Through Alloying and Microstructural Design

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    Effects of carbon content, deformation, and interfacial energetics on carbide precipitation and corrosion sensitization in 304 stainless steel , Acta...Alumina- Forming Austenitic Stainless Steels Strengthened by LAves Phase and MC Carbide Precipitates , Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A...nano- precipitate engineering---of nanotwinned stainless steels . This preliminary work has provided valuable insight into the mechanisms responsible

  7. Multitemporal monitoring of Karviná subsidence troughs using Sentinel-1 and TerraSAR-X interferometry

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    Lazecký, M.; Jiránková, E.; Kadlečík, Pavel

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    Roč. 14, č. 1 (2017), s. 53-59 ISSN 1214-9705 Institutional support: RVO:67985891 Keywords : subsidence * SAR Interferometry * Sentinel-1 * TerraSAR-X * mining Subject RIV: DE - Earth Magnetism, Geodesy, Geography OBOR OECD: Physical geography Impact factor: 0.699, year: 2016 https://www.irsm.cas.cz/index_en.php?page=acta_detail_doi&id=187

  8. Nitration Studies in Oxynitrogen Systems.

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    and F. Radner, Acta Chem. Scand. B 39, 343-356 (1985), and earlier papers in the series. 7. J. G. Hoggett , R. B. Moodie, J. R. Penton, and K. Schofield...8217 - . .- . " - . ’ . .- - . . .- . . . . . . . .- 44’ t. .’-. ~a,’,; i " . _ "_ . " • - _ , . • , ._, - - - " REFERENCES CITED *1. a. Hoggett , J. G.; Moodie, R. B.; Penton, 3. R

  9. Diets of two syntopic small mammals in the Inyanga National Park ...

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    of California, Los Angeles, 1983, pp. 152 T. Laevastu, O. Mellis, Trans. AGU 36, 385 (1955) S.G. Love, D.E. Brownlee, Science 262, 550 (1993) U.B. Marvin, M.T. Einaudi, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 31, 1871 (1967) M. Maurette, C. Hammer, D.E. Brownlee, N. Reeh, H...

  11. Seasonal abundance, ecology, reproductive biology, and biochemical composition of Mesopodopsis orientalis W.M. Tattersall (Mysidacea) from a tropical estuary (Cochin Backwater) in India

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    respiratorio de los componentes bioquimicos. In: Actina equina L. Actas do IVº Simpósio Ibérico de estudos do Benthos Marinho, 321-332. PANAMPUNNAYIL, S. U., 1999. Studies on Mysidaceae (Crustacea) of the Indian Ocean with reference to Indian waters. pp. 1...

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    eutectic reaction below 600°C. When the temperature ... blades, consequently corrosion rate rapidly increases due ... the corrosion run. ... Figure 1. Surface macrographs of superalloys subjected to hot corrosion and oxidation .... show the oxide scales of three different chemical compo- .... Li J and Wahi R P 1995 Acta Metall.

  13. Alpha decay properties of heavy and superheavy elements

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    region which is smoothly connected by a Yukawa plus exponential potential for the region after separation. Then the potential as a function of r (which is the centre of mass distance .... A 789, 142 (2007). [12] I Muntian, S Hofmann, Z Patyk and A Sobiczewski, Acta Phys. Pol. B 32, 691 (2001). [13] D Ackermann, Nucl. Phys.

  14. Poland's Syndrome: A Case Report

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    The Poland's anomaly was first described in 1841 by Sir Alfred Poland as a syndrome presenting with absence or underdevelopment of pectoralis ... He was the second child in a family of four. There was no familial history of similar .... hypoplasia: a middle degree of Poland syndrome. Acta Radiologica 1996; 37: 759-762. 8.

  15. The Use of Electrocortical Activity to Monitor Human Decision Making

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    processor’ lies in a principle i of neural organization rather than in a specific locus in the CNS. We cannot assume that activity related to the...Slov potential changes and choice RT as a function cf Ir.terctlmitlua Interval, Acta Paychoiepical 37, 173-186, 1973. Gerbrandt, L. K., Coff , W. R

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  18. Positron-Emitter Production in Solar Flares from 3He Reactions

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    MeV nucleon1 from Brill (1965). At higher energies the cross section for 11C is from Crandall et al. (1956) and Aslanides et al. (1981). The labo...1989, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 53, 197 Aschwanden, M. J., Wills, M. J., Hudson, H. S., Kosugi, T., & Schwartz, R. A. 1996, ApJ, 468, 398 Aslanides

  19. Baltimaad 1900-1914 / Jaanus Arukaevu

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    Rets.: The Baltic Countries 1900-1914 : proceedings from the 9th conference on baltic studies in Scandinavia, Stockholm, June 3-6, 1987. Ed. Aleksander Loit. (Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis. Studia Baltica Stockholmiensia 5:1-2). Uppsala, 1990Red terror in Estonia 1918-1919 : sources and major problems. Lk. 96

  20. Capítulos anónimos en el juicio de residencia a don Alonso de Granada Venegas. Ocaña (Toledo, 1597)

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    Actas de la XII Reunión Científica de la Fundación Española de Historia Moderna, celebrada en la Universidad de León en 19-21 de junio de 2012. Carmen González Peinado, Doctoranda de la UNED de Madrid ()

  1. Significance of calculated cluster conformations of benzene: comment on a publication by D. E. Williams

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    van de Waal, B.W.

    1981-01-01

    Results of potential-energy minimization, applied to clusters of benzene molecules, have been reported recently by Williams [Acta Cryst. (1980), A36, 715-723]. Two stable tridecamer clusters were found and compared with a 13-molecule fragment from crystalline orthorhombic benzene. In this comment

  2. Migratory Patterns of American Shad (Alosa Sapidissima) Revealed by Natural Geochemical Tags in Otoliths

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    signatures of seabird eggshell carbonate. Bulletin of Marine Science Schiffman, R.H. The uptake of strontium from diet and water by rainbow trout. 1961. The...rainfall on weathering rate, base cation provenance, and Sr isotope composition of Hawaiian soils . Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65: 1087-1099

  3. Microstructurally Based Cross-slip Mechanisms and Their Effects on Dislocation Microstructure Evolution in fcc Crystals

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    incorporated into DDD simulations. Accordingly, the motivation of the current work is to incorporate an atomistically informed cross-slip model into DDD... nudged elastic band method, Acta Mater. 59 (19) (2011) 7135–7144. [54] S.I. Rao, D.M. Dimiduk, J.A. El-Awady, T.A. Parthasarathy, M.D. Uchic, C. Woodward

  4. X-ray diffraction studies of NbTe2 single crystal

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    activities of Schiff base tin (II) complexes. Neelofar1 ... Conclusion: All synthesized Schiff bases and their Tin (II) complexes showed high antimicrobial and ...... Singh HL. Synthesis and characterization of tin (II) complexes of fluorinated Schiff bases derived from amino acids. Spectrochim Acta Part A: Molec Biomolec.

  6. Tanzania Dental Journal Vol. 15 No. 1, May 2008 1

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    Hellstrom I. Oral complications in anorexia nervosa. Scand J Dent Res 1997; 85: 71-86. 4. Arnadottir IB, Sæmundsson SR, Holbrook. WP. Dental erosion in Icelandic teenagers in relation to dietary and lifestyle factors. Acta. Odontol Scand 2003; 61:25–8. 5. Hooper SM, Newcombe RG, Faller R,. Eversole S, Addy M, West ...

  7. Polar localization of plasma membrane Ca2+/Mg2+ ATPase correlates with the pattern of steady ionic currents in eggs of Lymnaea stagnalis and Bithynia tentaculata (Mollusca)

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    textabstractDuring extrusion of the first polar body in eggs of Lymnaea stagnalis and Bithynia tentaculata a localized Ca2+ /Mg2+ ATPase activity was detected, using Ando's enzyme-cytochemical method for electron microscopy [Ando et al. (1981) Acta Histochem Cytochem 14:705-726]. The enzyme activity

  8. Model Compound Studies of Rigid Rod Aromatic Heterocyclic Polymer Systems, the X-Ray Crystal Structure of 2,6-Diphenylbenzo (1,2-d; 5,4-d’) Diimidazole Tetrahydrate, C2OH14N4. 4H2O, a Model System for the Study of Polymer-Water Interaction in Polybenzimidazoles.

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    begin to degrade . The strong affinity for water is manifested by the ability of PBI’s to dry desiccant! Further- more, the observation that crystals of...25. G. M. Brown (1969), "The Crystal Structure of 6- Mercaptopurine Monohydrate," Acta Crystallogr., 3, 210-214. 26. J. Sletten and L. H. Jensen

  9. Diffusive insights: on the disagreement of Christian Bohr and August Krogh at the Centennial of the Seven Little Devils

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    2010-01-01

    The year 2010 is the centennial of the publication of the “Seven Little Devils” in the predecessor of Acta Physiologica. In these seven papers, August and Marie Krogh sought to refute Christian Bohr's theory that oxygen diffusion from the lungs to the circulation is not entirely passive but rather...

  10. Diffusive Insights: On the Disagreement of Christian Bohr and August Krogh at the Centennial of the Seven Little Devils

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    2010-01-01

    The year 2010 is the centennial of the publication of the "Seven Little Devils" in the predecessor of "Acta Physiologica". In these seven papers, August and Marie Krogh sought to refute Christian Bohr's theory that oxygen diffusion from the lungs to the circulation is not entirely passive but rather facilitated by a specific cellular activity…

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    Mar 14, 2011 ... used in a wide range around the world and organic com- post is one of ... pH and better availability of soil microorganism (Khandar and Nigam ...... on growth and nitrogen uptake of container-grown olive plant. Acta. Hortic.

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    Acta Theologica. 2012:2. E. Artemi. CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA'S CRITIQUE. OF THE ... Paul of Samosata, who had claimed that Christ the Lord of all was simply a human being .... Scriptures, who is by nature what they were of whose seed he was, ..... Athanasius of Alexandria, Gregory of Nyssa, John Chrysostom and by Cyril.

  13. Abundance and gill net selectivity of Pellonula leonensis in the ...

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    Oct 18, 2007 ... Studies on the ecology of the clupeid (Pellonula leonensis Regan, 1917) in the River Warri (Niger Delta, Nigeria). Acta. Hydrobiol, 35: 381 - 398. Imevbore AMA, Bakare O (1974). A pre-impoundment study of swamps in the Kainji Lake basin. Afr. J. Trop. Hydrobiol. Fish 3: 79-93. Institute of poll0ution studies ...

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    2 Botanical Institute, J. W., Goethe-University, Frankfurt / M. Germany. * Auteur correspondant ...... Aussi la protection contre les actions ... flooding. Acta Bot. Bras., 18(4): 839-846. Devineau JL. 2001. les espèces ligneuses indicatrices des sols ...

  15. PLATELET AGGREGATION AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF GARDEN PEA, DESI CHICKPEA AND KABULI CHICKPEA

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    ZIA-UL-HAQ, M.; ALI KHAN, B.; Landa, Přemysl; Kutil, Zsófia; AHMED, S.; QAYUM, M.; Ahmad, S.

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    Roč. 69, č. 4 (2012), s. 707-711 ISSN 0001-6837 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50380511 Keywords : platelet aggregation * Garden pea * Desi chickpea Subject RIV: EF - Botanics Impact factor: 0.665, year: 2012 http://home.ueb.cas.cz/publikace/2012_Haq_ACTA_POLONIAE_PHARMACEUTICA_707.pdf

  16. La interpretación de la imagen visual de la "feminidad" en la prensa española de principios de s.XX

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    Actas del Décimo Coloquio Internacional de la Asociación Española de Investigación de Historia de las Mujeres (AEIHM) celebrado del 17 al 19 de abril de 2002 en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Publicado

  17. Characteristics of molecular changes in lespedeza plants after ...

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    Sep 15, 2009 ... Scientia Agricultura Sinica, 31(6):. 1-5. Ren WB, Han JG, Zhang YW, Tong YC, Wang ZP (2006). A test report of space mutagenesis of Lespedeza bicolor. Acta Agrestia Sinica, 14: 112-115. Vaulina EN, Kostina LN (1975). Modifying effect of dynamic space flight factors on radiation damage of air-dry seeds ...

  18. Inversion symmetry in the spin-Peierls compound $alpha' - NaV_{2}O_{5}$

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    Meetsma, A.; Boer, J. L. de; Damascelli, A.; Jegoudez, J.; Revcolevschi, A.; Palstra, T. T. M.

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    Published in: Acta Crystallogr., C 54 (1998) , pp.1558 citations recorded in [Science Citation Index] Abstract: At room-temperature NaV2O5 was found to have the centrosymmetric space group Pmmn. This space group implies the presence of only one kind of V site in contrast with previous reports of the

  19. Eventos de Agosto (August Events).

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    Written in Spanish, this booklet contains brief information on seven August events celebrated by Puerto Ricans: Herbert Hoover's birthdate (August 10); Acta del Seguro Social (Social Security Act, August 14); Julian E. Blanco (August 14), Enmienda 19 Sufragia de la Mujer (Amendment 19, Women's Suffrage, August 26); Benjamin Harrison (August 20);…

  20. Vibration properties of the ostrich eggshell at impact

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    Trnka, Jan; Stoklasová, Pavla; Strnková, J.; Nedomová, Š.; Buchar, J.

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    Roč. 61, č. 6 (2013), s. 1873-1880 ISSN 1211-8516 Institutional support: RVO:61388998 Keywords : eggshell * impact * surface displacement Subject RIV: GM - Food Processing http://acta.mendelu.cz/61/6/1873/same_authors/