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  1. /sup 74/Ge: Transitions and levels excited in thermal-neutron capture

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    Hofmeyr, C.; Franklyn, C.; Barreau, G.; Boerner, H.; Brissot, R.; Faust, H.; Schreckenbach, K.


    Gamma-ray transitions due to thermal-neutron capture in /sup 73/Ge were measured at ILL, Grenoble, using the curved-crystal spectrometers GAMS 1, 2 and 3, a pair spectrometer and a Ge(Li) spectrometer. Some 750 transitions were identified, of which 450 were placed in a level and decay scheme with the aid of an interactive program. Selected energy regions were scanned with the internal-conversion electron spectrometer BILL, yielding 18 transitions corresponding to δ-rays and sixteen unmatched candidates. The levels up to 4 MeV are presented together with the degree of corroboration obtained from published (p, t) and (t, p) results and β-decay data

  2. Impact of gamma rays on the Phaffia rhodozyma genome revealed by RAPD-PCR. (United States)

    Najafi, N; Hosseini, Ramin; Ahmadi, Ar


    Phaffia rhodozyma is a red yeast which produces astaxanthin as the major carotenoid pigment. Astaxanthin is thought to reduce the incidence of cancer and degenerative diseases in man. It also enhances the immune response and acts as a free-radical quencher, a precursor of vitamin A, or a pigment involved in the visual attraction of animals as mating partners. The impact of gamma irradiation was studied on the Phaffia rhodozyma genome. Ten mutant strains, designated Gam1-Gam10, were obtained using gamma irradiation. Ten decamer random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) primers were employed to assess genetic changes. Nine primers revealed scorable polymorphisms and a total of 95 band positions were scored; amongst which 38 bands (37.5%) were polymorphic. Primer F with 3 bands and primer J20 with 13 bands produced the lowest and the highest number of bands, respectively. Primer A16 produced the highest number of polymorphic bands (70% polymorphism) and primer F showed the lowest number of polymorphic bands (0% polymorphism). Genetic distances were calculated using Jaccard's coefficient and the UPGMA method. A dendrogram was created using SPSS (version 11.5) and the strains were clustered into four groups. RAPD markers could distinguish between the parental and the mutant strains of P. rhodozyma. RAPD technique showed that some changes had occurred in the genome of the mutated strains. This technique demonstrated the capability to differentiate between the parental and the mutant strains.

  3. The level structure of 114Cd

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    Mheemeed, Ahmad.


    The work presented in this thesis is aimed at the investigation of the level structure of 114 Cd up to an excitation energy of 3.6 MeV. Gamma radiation following thermal neutron capture in 113 Cd in the energy region from 50 keV to 2.2 MeV has been measured by means of the three curved - crystal γ-ray spectrometers, GAMS 1 and GAMS 2/3 at the I.L.L. reactor. Furthermore internal conversion electrons have been measured with the electron spectrometer BILL installed at the I.L.L. Several targets were prepared by the evaporation or sedimentation technique in order to measure the electrons in the energy region from 40 keV to 8.5 MeV. Multipolarities for a large number of transitions were determined. Primary γ-ray following average resonance neutron capture at Esub(n)=2 keV and 24 keV were recorded at the Brookhaven National Laboratory resulting in a complete set of levels with Isup(π) +- up to 3 MeV excitation energy. Combining these results a level scheme up to 3.6 MeV has been constructed [fr

  4. Identification of an ovine atadenovirus gene whose product activates the viral E2 promoter: possible involvement of E2F-1

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    Kuemin, Daniel; Hofmann, Christian; Uckert, Wolfgang; Both, Gerald W.; Loeser, Peter


    Activation of the adenoviral E2 promoter is an early step in adenovirus gene expression. For members of the mast- and aviadenoviruses, this requires induction of the cellular transcription factor E2F by virally encoded gene products such as E1A, E4orf6/7 and orf22/GAM-1. The newly recognized genus atadenovirus, of which the ovine isolate OAdV is the prototype, lacks any sequence homology to those genes. To find a possible link between E2 promoter activation and OAdV gene expression, we utilized a screening method to search for genes within the OAdV genome that were capable of stimulating the viral E2 promoter. One such gene, E43, was identified within the proposed E4 region toward the right-hand end of the OAdV genome. The E43 gene product was also found to be capable of stimulating E2F-1-dependent gene expression. A closer inspection of the E2 promoter revealed the presence of a non-palindromic E2F binding site within the OAdV E2 promoter. Mutation of this site markedly reduced both E2F-1- and E43-dependent promoter activation. Moreover, a direct protein-protein interaction of the E43 gene product with E2F, but not with the retinoblastoma protein pRb, suggested a possible cooperation between these two proteins in activating the E2 promoter. The importance of the E43 gene product for virus replication is also underlined by the finding that an OAdV recombinant with a functionally inactivated E43 gene showed severely inhibited virus growth

  5. Six months methylphenidate treatment improves emotion dysregulation in adolescents with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a prospective study

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    Suzer Gamli I


    Full Text Available Ipek Suzer Gamli,1 Aysegul Yolga Tahiroglu2 1Sanliurfa Education and Research Hospital, Eyyubiye, Sanliurfa, Turkey; 2Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department, Cukurova University School of Medicine, Saricam, Adana, Turkey Purpose: Individuals with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD may suffer from emotional dysregulation (ED, although this symptom is not listed among the diagnostic criteria. Methylphenidate (MPH is useful in reducing emotional symptoms in ADHD. The aim of the present study was to determine both psychosocial risk factors and presence of ED in adolescents with ADHD before and after MPH treatment. Participants and methods: Eighty-two patients aged 12–18 years with ADHD were included as participants. The Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Age Children – Present and Lifetime, the Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale (DERS, sociodemographic form, and the Inventory of Statements About Self-Injury were administered. Results were compared before and after 6 months MPH treatment. Results: A significant improvement was detected on DERS for impulsivity (15.9±6.8 initial vs 14.2±6.5 final test, p<0.01 and total score (88.4±23.3 initial vs 82.4±2.7 final test, p<0.05 across all patients taking MPH regardless of subtype and sex. Despite treatment, a significant difference remained for impulsivity, strategies, and total score in patients with comorbid oppositional defiant disorder (ODD compared with those without ODD, but no difference was detected for conduct disorder comorbidity. In patients who self-harm, scores for goals, impulsivity, strategies, clarity, and total score were higher before treatment: furthermore, impulsivity and total score remained high after treatment. In maltreated patients, goals, impulsivity, strategies, and total scores were significantly higher before treatment; however, their symptoms were ameliorated after treatment with MPH. Conclusion: Individuals with