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A revision of Evaniscus (Hymenoptera, Evaniidae) using ontology-based semantic phenotype annotation

plazi (2012)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database

A new species of Euscorpius Thorell, 1876 (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae) from Turkey

plazi (2012)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database

A new genus, two new species and a new record of subfamily Cecidophyinae (Acari, Eriophyidae) from China

Ding Yang (2012)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Wang, Guo-Quan, Wei, Sui-Gai, Yang, Ding (2012): A new genus, two new species and a new record of subfamily Cecidophyinae (Acari, Eriophyidae) from China. ZooKeys 180: 9-18, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.180.2641, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.180.2641

Optimum selection of input polarization states in determining the sample Mueller matrix: a dual photoelastic polarimeter approach

D. Layden; M. F. G. Wood; I. A. Vitkin (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
Dual photoelastic modulator polarimeter systems are widely used for the measurement of light beam polarization, most often described by Stokes vectors, that carry information about an interrogated sample. The sample polarization properties can be described more thoroughly through its Mueller matrix, which can be derived from judiciously chosen input polarization Stokes vectors and correspondingly measured output Stokes vectors. However, several sources of error complicate the construction of ...

Fast scanning coaxial optoacoustic microscopy

Rui Ma; Sebastian Söntges; Shy Shoham; Vasilis Ntziachristos; Daniel Razansky (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
The hybrid nature of optoacoustic imaging might impose limitations on concurrent placement of optical and ultrasonic detection components, especially in high resolution microscopic applications that require dense arrangements and miniaturization of components. This hinders optimal deployment of the optical excitation and ultrasonic detection paths, leading to reduction of imaging speed and spatial resolution performance. We suggest a compact coaxial design for optoacoustic microscopy that all...

Heparin and HGF do not effects Egr1 expression, motility or invasion in Egr1 over-expressed SNU-449 cell lines.

Ozen, Evin; Gozukizil, Aysim; Erdal, Esra; Uren, Aykut; Bottaro, Donald P.; Atabey, Nese (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
The effects of heparin and HGF on Egr1 expression in Egr1 over-expressing SNU-449 cells was analyzed by immunoblotting (9A). Following serum deprivation, Egr1 overexpressed SN-449 cells were left untreated (0) or treated with HGF in the presence or absence of heparin, then invasion and migration assays were performed using the Roche xCELLigence System (9B, 9C). Results are representative of three or more independent experiments performed in triplicate. Bars indicate standard error of the mean...

Principal component eigenvectors calculated separately for stream and anadromous males (all variables log transformed).

S. McKinnon, Jeffrey; Hamele, Nick; Frey, Nicole; Chou, Jennifer; McAleavey, Leia; Greene, Jess; Paulson, Windi (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
Principal component eigenvectors calculated separately for stream and anadromous males (all variables log transformed).

Descriptive statistics by population and iron deficient case-control status.

E. McLaren, Christine; McLachlan, Stela; P. Garner, Chad; Vulpe, Chris D.; R. Gordeuk, Victor; H. Eckfeldt, John; C. Adams, Paul; T. Acton, Ronald; Murray, Joseph A.; Leiendecker-Foster, Catherine; M. Snively, Beverly; F. Barcellos, Lisa; D. Cook, James; D. McLaren, Gordon (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
aValues shown are the mean (standard deviation) for quantitative variables and N (%) for qualitative variables.

De Novo Transcriptome of Safflower and the Identification of Putative Genes for Oleosin and the Biosynthesis of Flavonoids

Li, Haiyan; Dong, Yuanyuan; Yang, Jing; Liu, Xiuming; Wang, Yanfang; Yao, Na; Guan, Lili; Wang, Nan; Wu, Jinyu; Li, Xiaokun (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) is one of the most extensively used oil crops in the world. However, little is known about how its compounds are synthesized at the genetic level. In this study, Solexa-based deep sequencing on seed, leaf and petal of safflower produced a de novo transcriptome consisting of 153,769 unigenes. We annotated 82,916 of the unigenes with gene annotation and assigned functional terms and specific pathways to a subset of them. Metabolic pathway analysis revealed th...

Correlation of expression levels (2−ΔΔCT) of miR-133a with those of three potential target genes and the ratio of expression levels of each gene in the high and low BMD groups, as measured by qRT-PCR.

Wang, Yang; Li, Ling; T. Moore, Benjamin; Peng, Xian-Hao; Fang, Xiang; M. Lappe, Joan; R. Recker, Robert; Xiao, Peng (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
Note: H/L: high/low BMD groups.