• Optimal design for universal multiport interferometers

    Fig. 1. Universal N-mode multiport interferometer (shown here for N = 9) can be implemented using a mesh of N (N − 1) / 2 beam splitters such as (a) the one proposed by Reck et al. or (b) the one we demonstrate in this paper. As shown in (c), a line corresponds to an optical mode, and crossings between two modes correspond to a variable beam splitter described by a T m, n (θ, …Spatio‐Temporal Convergence of Maximum Daily …2018-4-15 · 1 Introduction. Plants fix carbon through photosynthesis, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and substantially mitigating the negative impact of anthropogenic CO 2 emissions on climate. Carbon cycle studies often quantify photosynthesis at local, regional, and global scales as gross primary productivity (GPP), the quantity of carbon fixed prior to losses …

  • Optimal design for universal multiport interferometers

    Fig. 1. Universal N-mode multiport interferometer (shown here for N = 9) can be implemented using a mesh of N (N − 1) / 2 beam splitters such as (a) the one proposed by Reck et al. or (b) the one we demonstrate in this paper. As shown in (c), a line corresponds to an optical mode, and crossings between two modes correspond to a variable beam splitter described by a T m, n (θ, …Review—Conversion Coatings Based on Zirconium and/or ...2018-2-17 · The Ti and/or Zr cations are usually supplied as hexafluoro compounds 30–32,34,36–38,40–59,61–66,68–78 but also as TiCl 4 together with H 2 SiF 6, 35 TiCl 3 and H 2 SiF 6, 79 Zr(NO 3) 4 and NaF, 33 ZrOCl 2, 80 Ti(OCH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3) 4 n-butyl titanate, 76 ZrO(ON 3) 3, 81 TiCl 4, 66,82 and ammonium Zr carbonate C 2 H 10 N 2 O 8 Zr. 63. …

  • The Eucalyptus terpene synthase gene family | BMC …

    2015-6-11 · Terpenoids are abundant in the foliage of Eucalyptus, providing the characteristic smell as well as being valuable economically and influencing ecological interactions. Quantitative and qualitative inter- and intra- specific variation of terpenes is common in eucalypts. The genome sequences of Eucalyptus grandis and E. globulus were mined for terpene synthase genes …Liver Worthington Tissue Dissociation References2021-12-9 · Ling W, Lougheed M, Suzuki H, Buchan A, Kodama T, Steinbrecher UP: Oxidized or acetylated low density lipoproteins are rapidly cleared by the liver in mice with disruption of the scavenger receptor class A type I/II gene, J Clin Invest 100, 244-52, 1997

  • Review—Conversion Coatings Based on Zirconium and/or ...

    2018-2-17 · The Ti and/or Zr cations are usually supplied as hexafluoro compounds 30–32,34,36–38,40–59,61–66,68–78 but also as TiCl 4 together with H 2 SiF 6, 35 TiCl 3 and H 2 SiF 6, 79 Zr(NO 3) 4 and NaF, 33 ZrOCl 2, 80 Ti(OCH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3) 4 n-butyl titanate, 76 ZrO(ON 3) 3, 81 TiCl 4, 66,82 and ammonium Zr carbonate C 2 H 10 N 2 O 8 Zr. 63. …Research at the IDM | Institute Of Infectious Disease and ...2022-1-9 · Research in the IDM is led by over 34 independent principal investigators in the basic, clinical and public health sciences, and has a strong translational focus. Grant and contract funding is sourced from the US National Institutes of Health, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Wellcome Trust, EDCTP, the South African Medical Research Council, the National …

  • A structural model of a Ras–Raf signalosome | Nature ...

    2021-10-8 · Chem. 270, 30274–30277 ... T. H. et al. KRAS interaction with RAF1 RAS-binding domain and cysteine-rich domain provides insights into RAS-mediated RAF activation. ... Steinbrecher, T., Latzer, J ...Enhanced Sampling Approach to the Induced-Fit Docking ...2021-11-24 · Enhanced sampling methods can predict free-energy landscapes associated with protein/ligand binding, characterizing the involved intermolecular interactions in a precise way. However, these in silico approaches can be challenged by induced-fit effects. Here, we present a variant of volume-based metadynamics tailored to tackle this problem in a general and efficient …

  • Spatio‐Temporal Convergence of Maximum Daily …

    2018-4-15 · 1 Introduction. Plants fix carbon through photosynthesis, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and substantially mitigating the negative impact of anthropogenic CO 2 emissions on climate. Carbon cycle studies often quantify photosynthesis at local, regional, and global scales as gross primary productivity (GPP), the quantity of carbon fixed prior to losses …Complementary‐Relationship‐Based Modeling of …where ∆ (kPa/°C) is the slope of the saturation vapor pressure curve at air temperature, T a (°C); γ is the psychrometric constant (kPa/°C). R n and G are net radiation and soil heat flux into the ground in water equivalent of millimeters per day, respectively. e o and e a are the saturation and actual vapor pressure of the air (kPa), respectively. f u is the wind function that includes ...

  • Recent global decline of CO2 fertilization effects on ...

    2020-12-11 · The enhanced vegetation productivity driven by increased concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO 2) [i.e., the CO 2 fertilization effect (CFE)] sustains an important negative feedback on climate warming, but the temporal dynamics of CFE remain unclear. Using multiple long-term satellite- and ground-based datasets, we showed that global CFE has declined across most …Disentangling the roles of generational status and ...2022-1-2 · Overall, the study sample had high educational attainment (71.1% had a Bachelor''s degree or graduate/professional degree), and 86.6% had a income of $20,000 or more () terms of generational status, 42.2% of participants were 1st-Gen, 34.0% were 2nd-Gen, and 20.9% were 3rd-Gen adults.

  • Spatio‐Temporal Convergence of Maximum Daily …

    2018-4-15 · 1 Introduction. Plants fix carbon through photosynthesis, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and substantially mitigating the negative impact of anthropogenic CO 2 emissions on climate. Carbon cycle studies often quantify photosynthesis at local, regional, and global scales as gross primary productivity (GPP), the quantity of carbon fixed prior to losses …The Eucalyptus terpene synthase gene family | BMC …2015-6-11 · Terpenoids are abundant in the foliage of Eucalyptus, providing the characteristic smell as well as being valuable economically and influencing ecological interactions. Quantitative and qualitative inter- and intra- specific variation of terpenes is common in eucalypts. The genome sequences of Eucalyptus grandis and E. globulus were mined for terpene synthase genes …

  • Research at the IDM | Institute Of Infectious Disease and ...

    2022-1-9 · Research in the IDM is led by over 34 independent principal investigators in the basic, clinical and public health sciences, and has a strong translational focus. Grant and contract funding is sourced from the US National Institutes of Health, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Wellcome Trust, EDCTP, the South African Medical Research Council, the National …Opportunities in microbial biotransformation of ...2006-12-23 · Aramaki H, Koga H, Sagara Y, Hosoi M, Horiuchi T (1993) Biochim Biophys Acta 1174: 91 Google Scholar 185. Frantz B, Chakrabarty AM (1986) Degradative plasmids in Pseudomonas In: Sokatch JR (ed) The Bacteria, a treatise on structure and function, vol X. Academic Press, Orlando, p 295 Google Scholar

  • Review—Conversion Coatings Based on Zirconium and/or ...

    2018-2-17 · The Ti and/or Zr cations are usually supplied as hexafluoro compounds 30–32,34,36–38,40–59,61–66,68–78 but also as TiCl 4 together with H 2 SiF 6, 35 TiCl 3 and H 2 SiF 6, 79 Zr(NO 3) 4 and NaF, 33 ZrOCl 2, 80 Ti(OCH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3) 4 n-butyl titanate, 76 ZrO(ON 3) 3, 81 TiCl 4, 66,82 and ammonium Zr carbonate C 2 H 10 N 2 O 8 Zr. 63. …A New Family of Ultralow Loss Reversible Phase‐Change ...2020-7-9 · An optical picture was taken after each pulse, and the change in reflectivity was recorded for each irradiated spot. e,g) Reflection change maps and f,h) corresponding optical images for a range of amorphizing pulses on crystalline Sb 2 S 3 and Sb 2 Se 3 films. Pulse length ranged from 0 to 300 and 900 ns, respectively.

  • Research at the IDM | Institute Of Infectious Disease and ...

    2022-1-9 · Research in the IDM is led by over 34 independent principal investigators in the basic, clinical and public health sciences, and has a strong translational focus. Grant and contract funding is sourced from the US National Institutes of Health, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Wellcome Trust, EDCTP, the South African Medical Research Council, the National …Disentangling the roles of generational status and ...2022-1-2 · Overall, the study sample had high educational attainment (71.1% had a Bachelor''s degree or graduate/professional degree), and 86.6% had a income of $20,000 or more () terms of generational status, 42.2% of participants were 1st-Gen, 34.0% were 2nd-Gen, and 20.9% were 3rd-Gen adults.

  • Enhanced Sampling Approach to the Induced-Fit Docking ...

    2021-11-24 · Enhanced sampling methods can predict free-energy landscapes associated with protein/ligand binding, characterizing the involved intermolecular interactions in a precise way. However, these in silico approaches can be challenged by induced-fit effects. Here, we present a variant of volume-based metadynamics tailored to tackle this problem in a general and efficient …Spatio‐Temporal Convergence of Maximum Daily …2018-4-15 · 1 Introduction. Plants fix carbon through photosynthesis, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and substantially mitigating the negative impact of anthropogenic CO 2 emissions on climate. Carbon cycle studies often quantify photosynthesis at local, regional, and global scales as gross primary productivity (GPP), the quantity of carbon fixed prior to losses …

  • Complementary‐Relationship‐Based Modeling of …

    where ∆ (kPa/°C) is the slope of the saturation vapor pressure curve at air temperature, T a (°C); γ is the psychrometric constant (kPa/°C). R n and G are net radiation and soil heat flux into the ground in water equivalent of millimeters per day, respectively. e o and e a are the saturation and actual vapor pressure of the air (kPa), respectively. f u is the wind function that includes ...Disentangling the roles of generational status and ...2022-1-2 · Overall, the study sample had high educational attainment (71.1% had a Bachelor''s degree or graduate/professional degree), and 86.6% had a income of $20,000 or more () terms of generational status, 42.2% of participants were 1st-Gen, 34.0% were 2nd-Gen, and 20.9% were 3rd-Gen adults.

  • In‐Situ Electronegativity and the Bridging of Chemical ...

    2021-10-20 · In the formation of B 2 H 6, changes in atomic charge and electronegativity go in opposite directions compared to what may be expected (Tables 2 and 3). Bridging H atoms in B 2 H 6 are more electronegative compared to atoms in isolation and in BH 3, even as they attain a negative charge in diborane.Recent global decline of CO2 fertilization effects on ...2020-12-11 · The enhanced vegetation productivity driven by increased concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO 2) [i.e., the CO 2 fertilization effect (CFE)] sustains an important negative feedback on climate warming, but the temporal dynamics of CFE remain unclear. Using multiple long-term satellite- and ground-based datasets, we showed that global CFE has declined across most …

  • African Countries by Population (2022)

    List of countries (or dependencies) in Africa ranked by population, from the most populated. Growth rate, median age, fertility rate, area, density, population density, urbanization, urban population, share of world population.Thieme E-Journals - International Journal of Angiology ...42 Bucala R, Makita Z, Koschinsky T, Cerami A, Vlassara H. Lipid advanced glycosylation: pathway for lipid oxidation in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1993; 90 (14) 6434-6438 ; 43 Steinbrecher UP, Witztum JL. Glucosylation of low-density lipoproteins to an extent comparable to that seen in diabetes slows their catabolism. Diabetes 1984; 33 (02 ...

  • Attaining the promise of plant gene editing at scale | PNAS

    2021-6-1 · Crop improvement relies heavily on genetic variation that arises spontaneously through mutation. Modern breeding methods are very adept at combining this genetic variation in ways that achieve remarkable improvements in plant performance. Novel traits have also been created through mutation breeding and transgenesis. The advent of gene editing, however, …Complementary‐Relationship‐Based Modeling of …where ∆ (kPa/°C) is the slope of the saturation vapor pressure curve at air temperature, T a (°C); γ is the psychrometric constant (kPa/°C). R n and G are net radiation and soil heat flux into the ground in water equivalent of millimeters per day, respectively. e o and e a are the saturation and actual vapor pressure of the air (kPa), respectively. f u is the wind function that includes ...

  • The Eucalyptus terpene synthase gene family | BMC …

    2015-6-11 · Terpenoids are abundant in the foliage of Eucalyptus, providing the characteristic smell as well as being valuable economically and influencing ecological interactions. Quantitative and qualitative inter- and intra- specific variation of terpenes is common in eucalypts. The genome sequences of Eucalyptus grandis and E. globulus were mined for terpene synthase genes …Thieme E-Journals - International Journal of Angiology ...42 Bucala R, Makita Z, Koschinsky T, Cerami A, Vlassara H. Lipid advanced glycosylation: pathway for lipid oxidation in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1993; 90 (14) 6434-6438 ; 43 Steinbrecher UP, Witztum JL. Glucosylation of low-density lipoproteins to an extent comparable to that seen in diabetes slows their catabolism. Diabetes 1984; 33 (02 ...

  • The 38th International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory ...

    2021-7-26 · The International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory is an annual conference series that attracts scientists from around the world working on lattice quantum field theory. The conference is the largest in the field and covers topics in QCD at nonzero Temperature and Density Hadron Spectroscopy and Interactions Hadron Structure Standard Model Parameters …FEP+ | Schrödinger2022-1-5 · FEP+ combines an exceptionally accurate force field (OPLS3e) with improved sampling algorithms that exploit the high performance of GPUs to deliver binding free energies with unprecedented accuracy, providing significant …

  • Opportunities in microbial biotransformation of ...

    2006-12-23 · Aramaki H, Koga H, Sagara Y, Hosoi M, Horiuchi T (1993) Biochim Biophys Acta 1174: 91 Google Scholar 185. Frantz B, Chakrabarty AM (1986) Degradative plasmids in Pseudomonas In: Sokatch JR (ed) The Bacteria, a treatise on structure and function, vol X. Academic Press, Orlando, p 295 Google ScholarAMBERA3:MM-PBSA|Jerkwin2018-1-28 · AMBERA3:MM-PBSA. Python Version By Dwight McGee, Bill Miller III, & Jason Swails. mm_pbsa RAS-RAF, . …

  • In‐Situ Electronegativity and the Bridging of Chemical ...

    2021-10-20 · In the formation of B 2 H 6, changes in atomic charge and electronegativity go in opposite directions compared to what may be expected (Tables 2 and 3). Bridging H atoms in B 2 H 6 are more electronegative compared to atoms in isolation and in BH 3, even as they attain a negative charge in diborane.The Eucalyptus terpene synthase gene family | BMC …2015-6-11 · Terpenoids are abundant in the foliage of Eucalyptus, providing the characteristic smell as well as being valuable economically and influencing ecological interactions. Quantitative and qualitative inter- and intra- specific variation of terpenes is common in eucalypts. The genome sequences of Eucalyptus grandis and E. globulus were mined for terpene synthase genes …

  • Breathlessness: From Bodily Symptom to Existential ...

    This chapter uses a phenomenological approach to investigate the philosophical significance of a common yet debilitating experience: the experience of severe and pathological breathlessness. Using two key examples of breathlessness in the case of respiratory disease (somatic) and in anxiety disorders (considered as mental disorder) we show why a phenomenological approach …Department Biogeochemical Integration | People ...Scientist, Leader of the research group: Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions and Experimentation room: C2.008b (tower) phone: +49 3641 576281 fax: +49 3641 577200 email: [email protected] Now at European Commission Joint …

  • A structural model of a Ras–Raf signalosome | Nature ...

    2021-10-8 · Chem. 270, 30274–30277 ... T. H. et al. KRAS interaction with RAF1 RAS-binding domain and cysteine-rich domain provides insights into RAS-mediated RAF activation. ... Steinbrecher, T., Latzer, J ...Synergy and Complementarity between Focused Machine ...2021-12-10 · Using a paired t test, the relatively small difference in prediction errors between QuanSA and FEP + was not statistically significant (p-value = 0.24). However, the hybrid model performed statistically better than FEP + alone (p-value = 0.002) and better than structure-guided QuanSA alone (the paired t test p-value of 0.09 just misses weak ...

  • Complementary‐Relationship‐Based Modeling of …

    where ∆ (kPa/°C) is the slope of the saturation vapor pressure curve at air temperature, T a (°C); γ is the psychrometric constant (kPa/°C). R n and G are net radiation and soil heat flux into the ground in water equivalent of millimeters per day, respectively. e o and e a are the saturation and actual vapor pressure of the air (kPa), respectively. f u is the wind function that includes ...ACP - Traces of urban forest in temperature and CO2 ...2021-12-6 · The mean climatological values (1981–2010) of the screen-level air temperature (T air) and precipitation were 12.5 ∘ C and 1450 mm yr −1, respectively. During the study period (June 2013–May 2015), the observed T air was higher than the climatological mean. Higher temperatures lasted longer in the summer of 2013 with the stagnation of ...

  • Regulation of chromatin structure by histone H3S10 ...

    2006-7-4 · Adams RR, Maiato H, Earnshaw WC, Carmena M (2001) Essential roles of Drosophila inner centromere protein (INCENP) and aurora B in histone H3 phosphorylation, metaphase chromosome alignment, kinetochore disjunction, and chromosome segregation.J Cell Biol 153: 865–880.. PubMed CAS Article Google Scholar . Agalioti T, Chen G, Thanos D (2002) …Thieme E-Journals - International Journal of Angiology ...42 Bucala R, Makita Z, Koschinsky T, Cerami A, Vlassara H. Lipid advanced glycosylation: pathway for lipid oxidation in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1993; 90 (14) 6434-6438 ; 43 Steinbrecher UP, Witztum JL. Glucosylation of low-density lipoproteins to an extent comparable to that seen in diabetes slows their catabolism. Diabetes 1984; 33 (02 ...

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