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Rodrigo Aldecoa, Ignacio Marín
How to determine the community structure of complex networks is an open question. It is critical to establish the best strategies for community detection in networks of unknown …
Akihiro Yoshida, Noriko Yoneda-Kato, Jun-ya Kato
The fifth component (CSN5) of the mammalian COP9 signalosome complex plays an essential role in cell proliferation and senescence, but its molecular mediator remains to be …
Maria I. Molejon, Alejandro Ropolo, Andrea Lo Re et al.
The Vacuole Membrane Protein 1 -VMP1- is a pancreatitis-associated transmembrane protein whose expression triggers autophagy in several human diseases. In the current study, we …
Mario Treviño, Tatiana Oviedo, Patrick Jendritza et al.
The mouse is receiving growing interest as a model organism for studying visual perception. However, little is known about how discrimination and learning interact to produce …
Sjoerd van Rijn, Jonas Nilsson, David P. Noske et al.
We have developed a multiplex reporter system to monitor multiple biological variables in real-time. The secreted Gaussialuciferase was fused to ten different epitope tags (Gluc
Francesco Ferretti, Giacomo C. Osio, Chris J. Jenkins et al.
Sharks and rays' abundance can decline considerably with fishing. Community changes, however, are more complex because of species interactions, and variable vulnerability and …
Charles Efferson, Sonja Vogt
The evolution of cooperation requires some mechanism that reduces the risk of exploitation for cooperative individuals. Recent studies have shown that men with wide faces are …
Zindoga Mukandavire, David L. Smith, J. Glenn Morris Jr
Cholera reappeared in Haiti in October, 2010 after decades of absence. Cases were first detected in Artibonite region and in the ensuing months the disease spread to every …
Li Liang, Silvia Juarez, Tran Vu Thieu Nga et al.
Current serological diagnostic assays for typhoid fever are based on detecting antibodies against Salmonella LPS or flagellum, resulting in a high false-positive rate. Here we …
Nirit Mor-Vaknin, Maureen Legendre, Yue Yu et al.
Vimentin, an abundant intermediate filament protein, presumably has an important role in stabilizing intracellular architecture, but its function is otherwise poorly understood. …
Christoph D. Dahl, Malte J. Rasch, Masaki Tomonaga et al.
Understanding the developmental origins of face recognition has been the goal of many studies of various approaches. Contributions of experience-expectant mechanisms (early …
Lauren J. N. Brent, Sarah R. Heilbronner, Julie E. Horvath et al.
Sociality is believed to have evolved as a strategy for animals to cope with their environments. Yet the genetic basis of sociality remains unclear. Here we provide evidence that …
Paleerath Peerapen, Visith Thongboonkerd
We examined whether p38 MAPK plays role in calcium oxalate monohydrate (COM) crystal-induced tight junction disruption. Polarized MDCK cells were pretreated with or without 20 µM …
Atsushi Muroi, Kenji Matsui, Takeshi Shimoda et al.
Brian W. Jarecki, Shin-ichi Makino, Emily T. Beebe et al.
Voltage-gated ion channels are a class of membrane proteins that temporally orchestrate the ion flux critical for chemical and electrical signaling in excitable cells. Current …
A. M. Segura, C. Kruk, D. Calliari et al.
Understanding the mechanisms that maintain biodiversity is a fundamental problem in ecology. Competition is thought to reduce diversity, but hundreds of microbial aquatic primary …
Zhenzhong Cui, Ruiben Feng, Stephanie Jacobs et al.
The NR2A:NR2B subunit ratio of the NMDA receptors is widely known to increase in the brain from postnatal development to sexual maturity and to aging, yet its impact on memory …
Natalia Realini, Carlos Solorzano, Chiara Pagliuca et al.
The expression of acid ceramidase (AC) – a cysteine amidase that hydrolyses the proapoptotic lipid ceramide – is abnormally high in several human tumors, which is suggestive of a …
David R. Soto-Pantoja, Lisa A. Ridnour, David A. Wink et al.
Accidental or therapeutic total body exposure to ionizing radiation has profound pathophysiological consequences including acute radiation syndrome. Currently only investigational …
Sajia Akhter, Barbara A. Bailey, Peter Salamon et al.
All sequence data contain inherent information that can be measured by Shannon's uncertainty theory. Such measurement is valuable in evaluating large data sets, such as …
Chemical Sciences? top
Yu-Qiang Zhou, Nai-Xing Wang, Yalan Xing et al.
A synthetic approach to stable enols was introduced and series of acyclic aliphatic solid enols were obtained and characterized. Relationship between the structure and the …
Yong Yang, Fei Huang, Chuan-Feng Chen et al.
By moving the alkoxy group on the spacer from position 5 to position 4 to add another protocol for the algorithm for intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bonding …
Jinliang Lin, Zhengxin Ding, Yidong Hou et al.
The conversion of CO2 to chemical feedstocks is of great importance, which yet requires the activation of thermodynamically-stable CO2 by metal catalysts or metalloenzymes. …
Jin-Wook Lee, Dae-Yong Son, Tae Kyu Ahn et al.
The reported photocurrent density (JSC) of PbS quantum dot (QD)-sensitized solar cell was less than 19 mA/cm2 despite the capability to generate 38 mA/cm2, which results from …
Physical Sciences? top
Yu-Qiang Zhou, Nai-Xing Wang, Yalan Xing et al.
A synthetic approach to stable enols was introduced and series of acyclic aliphatic solid enols were obtained and characterized. Relationship between the structure and the …
Yong Yang, Fei Huang, Chuan-Feng Chen et al.
By moving the alkoxy group on the spacer from position 5 to position 4 to add another protocol for the algorithm for intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bonding …
Kyoung-Ho Kim, Q-Han Park
Reducing unwanted reflections through impedance matching, called anti-reflection, has long been an important challenge in optics and electrical engineering. Beyond trial and error …
Joon Hwan Lee, Troy B. Holland, Amiya K. Mukherjee et al.
Strain hardening capability is critical for metallic materials to achieve high ductility during plastic deformation. A majority of nanocrystalline metals, however, have inherently …

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