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Examples of missed relevant records.

Norgaard, Ole; V. Lazarus, Jeffrey (2010)
Publisher: Figshare
Examples of missed relevant records.

Grating couplers for broadside input and output coupling of long-range surface plasmons

Chengkun Chen; Pierre Berini (2010)
Publisher: Figshare
Metal gratings for in-coupling a Gaussian beam incident from broadside to the long-range surface plasmon polariton (LRSPP) propagating in one direction along a membrane-supported Au slab bounded by air or water are proposed and modeled by the finite-difference time-domain method. Grating couplers for out-coupling the propagating LRSPP into free radiation directed along broadside are also investigated. Short grating designs consisting of a small number of Au bumps yield 15% to 20% in-coupling ...

Mitochondrial DNA and morphometrical identification of a new species of Hylomyscus (Rodentia: Muridae) from West Africa

Marc Colyn (2010)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Nicolas, Violaine, Olayemi, Ayodejii, Wendelen, Wim, Colyn, Marc (2010): Mitochondrial DNA and morphometrical identification of a new species of Hylomyscus (Rodentia: Muridae) from West Africa. Zootaxa 2579: 30-44, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.197565

Summary of supported NeuroML features in applications.

The latest support for NeuroML in these and other computational neuroscience tools can be found at http://www.neuroml.org/tool_support.*Simulator mappings of PyNN which have been tested to date: NEURON, NEST.

FYVE-Dependent Endosomal Targeting of an Arrestin-Related Protein in Amoeba

BackgroundVisual and β-arrestins are scaffolding proteins involved in the regulation of receptor-dependent intracellular signaling and their trafficking. The arrestin superfamilly includes several arrestin domain-containing proteins and the structurally related protein Vps26. In Dictyostelium discoideum, the arrestin-domain containing proteins form a family of six members, namely AdcA to -F. In contrast to canonical arrestins, Dictyostelium Adc proteins show a more complex architecture, as th...

Which Circulating Antioxidant Vitamins Are Confounded by Socioeconomic Deprivation? The MIDSPAN Family Study

BackgroundAntioxidant vitamins are often described as having “independent” associations with risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease (CVD) and mortality. We aimed to compare to what extent a range of antioxidant vitamins and carotenoids are associated with adulthood and childhood markers of socioeconomic deprivation and to adverse lifestyle factors.Methods and FindingsSocioeconomic and lifestyle measures were available in 1040 men and 1298 women from the MIDSPAN Family Study (30–59 years at ba...

Expression of MS4a4B in mouse T cells and non-T cells.

aMS4a4B expression was determined by flow cytometric analysis with anti-MS4a4B intracellular staining. Negative is indicated as “−”; positive is indicated by expression levels based on fluorescent intensity as low (“+”), middle (“++”) and high (“+++”).bEL4, TIB47, CRL1778, 2993 and T180 are thymoma cell lines; 58α and α28 cells are T hybridoma.

Summary of CHPK activities analyzed in this study.

Results presented are displayed with standard deviation and P values (where applicable). A positive result for an individual activity is shown with bolded text. Rb phosphorylation activities were determined qualitatively as readily apparent (+), marginal (±), or absent (−). For every other assay, assignment of functional activity required statistical significance (P

Ethnic differences in blood markers (ethnic minority groups minus white Europeans): Effect of additional adjustment for adiposity (fat mass index and sum of skinfolds).

All ethnic differences are adjusted for age quartiles, gender, month, and a random effect of school. Missing values: insulin and insulin resistance (n = 115) and C-reactive protein (n = 182).

Apparent derived (modern) post-cranial features of cretins compared to these features in Homo floresiensis and unaffected Homo sapiens.

Bold type indicates features that are similar to cretins. Asterisks indicate differences between young adult and older cretins (which latter may have severe pathologies). Additional data are provided in Tables 4 and 5, including all variables used in the PCA.