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  1. The chemical behavior of estrone and 17beta-estradiol in the environment 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Ullman, Jeffrey Layton

    2007-09-17

    -lives ranging from 7 to 15 days for estrone and 3 to 7 days for 17�²-estradiol. Indigenous microbial populations did not demonstrate a lag phase and therefore appeared to have been well acclimated to degrading these compounds. Anaerobic lagoon supplements did...

  2. Estradiol-Induced Object Memory Consolidation in Middle-Aged Female Mice Requires Dorsal Hippocampal Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase and Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Activation

    MIT - DSpace

    Lewis, Michael C.

    We previously demonstrated that dorsal hippocampal extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) activation is necessary for 17?[beta]-estradiol (E2[E subscript 2]) to enhance novel object recognition in young ovariectomized ...

  3. Domain analysis for estrogen receptor/Sp1-mediated transactivation and detection of estrogen receptor/Sp1 protein interactions in living cells 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Kim, KyoungHyun

    2005-11-01

    of ER? on activation of ER?/Sp1. 17Beta-estradiol (E2) and the antiestrogens 4-hydroxytamoxifen and ICI 182,780 induced reporter gene activity in MCF-7 and MDA-MB-231 cells cotransfected with human or mouse ER? (hER? or MOR), but not ER? and GC...

  4. The E(2) Particle

    HEP - Theory (arXiv)

    Subir Ghosh; And Probir Pal

    2009-11-13

    Recently it has been advocated [1] that for describing nature within the minimal symmetry requirement, certain subgroups of Lorentz group may play a fundamental role. One such group is E(2) which induces a Lie algebraic Non-Commutative spacetime [4] where translation invariance is not fully maintained. We have constructed a consistent structure of Non-commutative phase space for this system and furthermore we have studied an appropriate point particle action on it. Interestingly, the Einstein dispersion relation $p^2=m^2$ remains intact. The model is constructed by exploiting a dual canonical phase space following the scheme developed by us earlier [8].

  5. Radiative corrections to radiative ?e 2 decay

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    E. A. Kuraev; Yu. M. Bystritsky; E. P. Velicheva

    2004-03-04

    The lowest order radiative corrections (RC) to width and spectra of radiative $\\pi e2$ decay are calculated. We take into account virtual photon emission contribution as well as soft and hard real photon emission one. The result turns out to be consistent with the standard Drell-Yan picture for the width and spectra in the leading logarithmical approximation which permits us to generalize it to all orders of perturbation theory. Explicit expressions of nonleading contributions are obtained. The contribution of short distance is found to be in agreement with Standard Model predictions. It is presented as a general normalization factor. We check the validity of the Kinoshita-Lee-Nauenberg theorem about cancellation in the total width of the mass singularities at zero limit of electron mass. We discuss the results of the previous papers devoted to this problem. The Dalitz plot distribution is illustrated numerically.

  6. E2 Structure and function of other photosynthetic complexes P-E2-09 P-E2-10

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    van Stokkum, Ivo

    E2 Structure and function of other photosynthetic complexes P-E2-09 P-E2-10 $a& speetroccop of the core antenna of purple bacteria is a protein bound B&-a dimer. In this study we investigate the excited Conclusions: Our resultsshowedanevidenceof light-chilling induceddamagein the acceptorside of PSI at protein

  7. Anomalously hindered E2 strength B(E2;2_1^+ -> 0^+) in 16C

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    N. Imai; N. Aoi; N. Fukuda; T. Kishida; T. Kubo; T. Minemura; T. Motobayashi; S. Takeuchi; K. Yoneda; H. Watanabe; M. Ishihara; H. J. Ong; H. Sakurai; H. Iwasaki; T. K. Ohnishi; M. K. Suzuki; K. Demichi; H. Kawasaki; H. Baba; T. Gomi; H. Hasegawa; E. Kaneko; S. Kanno; K. Kurita; E. Takeshita; A. Saito; Zs. Dombradi; Z. Elekes; Zs. Fulop; A. Gelberg; K. Ishikawa; Y. Kondo; M. Miura; T. Nakamura; T. Sugimoto; S. Michimasa; M. Notani; S. Shimoura; M. Tamaki

    2003-09-30

    The electric quadrupole transition from the first 2+ state to the ground 0+ state in 16C is studied through measurement of the lifetime by a recoil shadow method applied to inelastically scattered radioactive 16C nuclei. The measured lifetime is 75 +- 23 ps, corresponding to a B(E2;2_1+ -> 0^+) value of 0.63 +- 0.19 e2fm4, or 0.26 +- 0.08 Weisskopf units. The transition strength is found to be anomalously small compared to the empirically predicted value.

  8. Specifications GAL22V10 HIGH PERFORMANCE E2

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    Berns, Hans-Gerd

    Specifications GAL22V10 1 Features · HIGH PERFORMANCE E2 CMOS® TECHNOLOGY -- 4 ns Maximum devices. E2 technology offers high speed ( CMOS Technology · ACTIVE PULL-UPS ON ALL PINS · COMPATIBLE WITH STANDARD 22V10 DEVICES -- Fully

  9. Constraining the $(?, ?)$ amplitudes for E2 $N \\to ?$

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. Beck; H. P. Krahn

    1997-07-29

    We reply to the Comment of A.M. Sandorfi et al. [nucl-th/9707028] on the E2/M1 ratio from the Mainz photoproduction data, nucl-th/9707028 v2. We support our published result for the E2/M1 ratio of REM = -(2.5 +- 0.2 +- 0.2)%.

  10. Moist convection scheme in Model E2 Daehyun Kim1

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    1 Moist convection scheme in Model E2 Daehyun Kim1 , Anthony D. Del Genio2 , and Mao for Space Studies, New York, NY This documentation describes the moist convection scheme2. 1) Convective cloud model The moist convection scheme in Model E2 uses

  11. Cloning and characterization of E2F6, a novel member of the E2F transcription factor family

    MIT - DSpace

    Trimarchi, Jeffrey Michael, 1970-

    2002-01-01

    The E2F family of proteins plays a critical role in the regulation of genes that are essential for progression through the cell-cycle. Based upon sequence homology and functional properties, the E2F group can be subdivided ...

  12. E2F6 in axial skeletal development and gliosis

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    Friesenhahn, Laurie Beth

    2008-01-01

    E2F transcription factors were originally identified as regulators of cell cycle and cellular proliferation. In vivo mouse models have uncovered novel roles for these proteins in different developmental processes. This ...

  13. The E2/M1 Ratio, a Status Report

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. L. Workman

    1998-10-05

    Recent determinations of the E2/M1 ratio are reviewed. Many aspects of these studies have been questioned. Here we focus on the selection of a database, methods used in the extraction of this ratio, and interpretation(s) of the results.

  14. Low-energy behavior of $E2$ strength functions

    CERN Preprints

    Schwengner, R

    2014-01-01

    Electric quadrupole strength functions have been deduced from averages of a large number of $E2$ transition strengths calculated within the shell model for the nuclides $^{94}$Mo and $^{95}$Mo. These strength functions are at variance with phenomenological approximations as provided by the Reference Input Parameter Library RIPL-3 for calculations of reaction rates on the basis of the statistical model.

  15. Low-energy behavior of $E2$ strength functions

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. Schwengner

    2014-11-04

    Electric quadrupole strength functions have been deduced from averages of a large number of $E2$ transition strengths calculated within the shell model for the nuclides $^{94}$Mo and $^{95}$Mo. These strength functions are at variance with phenomenological approximations as provided by the Reference Input Parameter Library RIPL-3 for calculations of reaction rates on the basis of the statistical model.

  16. E2 and C2 amplitudes for electroproduction of $?$

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    M. Fiolhais; B. Golli; S. Sirca

    1995-12-21

    We compute the amplitudes for the electromagnetic $\\gamma_v N \\to \\Delta$ transition in the framework of soliton models with quarks and mesons. The ratios E2/M1 and C2/M1 as functions of the photon four-momentum squared are dominated by the contribution of the pion cloud and are in reasonable agreement with the available experimental data.

  17. E2 and C2 amplitudes for electroproduction of $\\Delta$

    CERN Preprints

    Fiolhais, M; Sirca, S

    1996-01-01

    We compute the amplitudes for the electromagnetic \\gamma_v N \\to \\Delta transition in the framework of soliton models with quarks and mesons. The ratios E2/M1 and C2/M1 as functions of the photon four-momentum squared are dominated by the contribution of the pion cloud and are in reasonable agreement with the available experimental data.

  18. Imperial College London EEE 1L1 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics E2.2 Analogue Electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    Imperial College London ­ EEE 1L1 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics E2.2 Analogue Electronics Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics What analogue electronics is · Engineering, i.e. the analysis ­ EEE 3L1 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics analogue electronics is not only · CMOS integrated

  19. Chang'e-2 spacecraft observations of asteroid 4179 Toutatis

    CERN Preprints

    Ji, Jianghui; Zhao, Yuhui; Wang, Su; Yu, Liangliang

    2015-01-01

    On 13 December 2012, Chang'e-2 completed a successful flyby of the near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis at a closest distance of 770 meters from the asteroid's surface. The observations show that Toutatis has an irregular surface and its shape resembles a ginger-root of a smaller lobe (head) and a larger lobe (body). Such bilobate shape is indicative of a contact binary origin for Toutatis. In addition, the high-resolution images better than 3 meters provide a number of new discoveries about this asteroid, such as an 800-meter depression at the end of the large lobe, a sharply perpendicular silhouette near the neck region, boulders, indicating that Toutatis is probably a rubble-pile asteroid. Chang'e-2 observations have significantly revealed new insights into the geological features and the formation and evolution of this asteroid. In final, we brief the future Chinese asteroid mission concept.

  20. E2 component in subcoulomb breakup of ^{8}B

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. Shyam; I. J. Thompson

    1997-04-25

    We calculate the angular distribution and total cross section of the ^{7}Be fragment emitted in the break up reaction of ^{8}B on ^{58}Ni and ^{208}Pb targets at the subCoulomb beam energy of 25.8 MeV, within the non-relativistic theory of Coulomb excitation with proper three-body kinematics. The relative contributions of the E1, E2 and M1 multipolarities to the cross sections are determined. The E2 component makes up about 65% and 40% of the ^{7}Be total cross section for the ^{58}Ni and ^{208}Pb targets respectively. We find that the extraction of the astrophysical S-factor, S_{17}(0), for the ^{7}Be(p,\\gamma)^8B reaction at solar energies from the measurements of the cross sections of the ^{7}Be fragment in the Coulomb dissociation of ^{8}B at sub-Coulomb energies is still not free from the uncertainties of the E2 component.

  1. Neuroscience Special Lecture

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    Cheatwood, Joseph L.

    in the brain through which these hormones affect cognition. Our recent work has shed light on the cell estrogen, 17beta-estradiol, to regulate memory, and has begun to reveal important information about how

  2. ?-c. Q.(.t. . \\ c~ ~o ~.e/:2.z

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    Gajic, Zoran

    ?-c. Q.(.t. . \\ c~ ~o ~.e/:2.z:::-5 CON 5,:p...,Ad N.~J) ...!:.j I ~~AT1 oN 01= ~uN cncf-!l!:> :. LJl...n 0 t:J-f ) E~.:tr- "L Yr',.'C :z..e Ltc11 I "d.:t.l -) 'ac..J- ~ O.j ~ ~a- ) a-:::~ I ?-, -" I"V) =- L~~~ 'lY1u-eJ--c.~- ~c.-e'Ssc:~ ~cLLk~-:;,.~ e..~-~-4..J-.4...~S ~"C

  3. Intro Unicorns/Tools Trustees Audits E2E v H2E EBE+ E2E to Hand-to-Eye

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    Stark, Philip B.

    Intro Unicorns/Tools Trustees Audits E2E v H2E EBE+ E2E + H2E E2E to Hand-to-Eye Verifiability, Trust, Audits Philip B. Stark Department of Statistics University of California, Berkeley VoteID 13 University of Surrey Guildford, England 17­19 July 2013 #12;Intro Unicorns/Tools Trustees Audits E2E v H2E

  4. A unifying E2-quasi-exactly solvable model

    Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

    Andreas Fring

    2015-07-02

    A new non-Hermitian E2-quasi-exactly solvable model is constructed containing two previously known models of this type as limits in one of its three parameters. We identify the optimal finite approximation to the double scaling limit to the complex Mathieu Hamiltonian. A detailed analysis of the vicinity of the exceptional points in the parameter space is provided by discussing the branch cut structures responsible for the chirality when exceptional points are surrounded and the structure of the corresponding energy eigenvalue loops stretching over several Riemann sheets. We compute the Stieltjes measure and momentum functionals for the coefficient functions that are univariate weakly orthogonal polynomials in the energy obeying three-term recurrence relations.

  5. The role of E2f4 in cell cycle exit and bone development

    MIT - DSpace

    Miller, Emily S. (Emily Sun Young)

    2009-01-01

    Members of the E2F family of transcription factors are critical downstream effectors of the pocket protein family and mediate the regulation of genes required for cellular proliferation. The repressive E2Fs act in association ...

  6. COMPUTING THE DIMENSION OF DYNAMICALLY DEFINED SETS : E 2 AND BOUNDED CONTINUED FRACTIONS.

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    Jenkinson, Oliver

    power, in 1989 Hensley [Hen1] showed that 0:53128049 Ÿ dimH (E 2 ) Ÿ 0:53128051. In 1996, he improved. We illustrate this method for the dimension dim H (E 2 ) of the set E 2 , consisting of those real of this method is that the successive approximations converge to dim H (E 2 ) at a super­exponential rate. 0

  7. The function of E2F6 in the Polycomb complex

    MIT - DSpace

    Courel, María F. (María Federica)

    2005-01-01

    The E2F family of transcription factors are known cell cycle regulators that function at the G1/S transition. Unlike other E2Fs, E2F6 does not activate transcription and is not regulated by pocket protein binding. Instead, ...

  8. Ratio B(E2, 4\\rightarrow2)/B(E2, 2\\rightarrow 0) in Even-Even Nuclei:Apparent Anomalous Behavior of the Chromium Isotopes

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    Daniel Hertz-Kintish; Larry Zamick

    2014-08-01

    We consider the ratio RE4 = B(E2,4\\rightarrow2)/B(E2,2\\rightarrow 0) for the lowest 2^{+} and 4^{+} states in even-even nuclei. In the rotatonal and vibrational models and the shell model calculations here considered, RE4 is greater than one, however empirically, using adopted values from NNDC for ^{48}Cr and ^{50} Cr this ratio is less than one.

  9. Ratio B(E2, 4\\rightarrow2 )/B(E2, 2\\rightarrow 0) in Even-Even Nuclei:Apparent Anomalous Behavior of the Chromium Isotopes

    CERN Preprints

    Hertz-Kintish, Daniel

    2014-01-01

    We consider the ratio RE4 = B(E2,4\\rightarrow2 )/B(E2,2\\rightarrow 0) for the lowest 2^{+} and 4^{+} states in even-even nuclei. In the rotatonal and vibrational models and the shell model calculations here considered, RE4 is greater than one, however empirically, using adopted values from NNDC for ^{48}Cr and ^{50} Cr this ratio is less than one.

  10. Computational Estimates of Binding Affinities for Estrogen Receptor Isoforms in Rainbow Trout

    CERN Preprints

    Shyu, Conrad

    2009-01-01

    Molecular dynamics simulations are performed to determine the binding affinities between the hormone 17 beta-estradiol (E2) and different estrogen receptor (ER) isoforms in the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Previous studies have demonstrated that a recent, unique gene duplication of the ER alpha subtype created two isoforms ER alpha 1 and ER alpha 2, and an early secondary split of ER beta produced two distinct isoforms of ER beta 1 and ER beta 2 based on the phylogenetic analysis. The objective of our computational studies is to provide insight into the underlying evolutionary selection pressure on the ER isoforms. Our results show that E2 binds preferentially to ER alpha 1. This finding corresponds to the experimental results as the ERs evolved from gene duplication events are frequently free from selective pressure and should exhibit no deleterious effects. The E2, however, only binds slightly better to ER beta 2. Both isoforms remain competitive. This finding reflects the fact that since ER beta 2 ...

  11. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, E2 Protein Cage as a Multifunctional Nanoplatform

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    Mease, Kenneth D.

    UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE E2 Protein Cage as a Multifunctional Nanoplatform DISSERTATION..........................................................................10 2.1 Nanoparticles as drug delivery vehicles ............................................................11 2.2 Protein nanoscaffolds

  12. LEVEL 3 NON-PROPRIETARY SECURITY POLICY FOR ProtectServer Internal Express 2 (PSI-E2)

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    LEVEL 3 NON-PROPRIETARY SECURITY POLICY FOR ProtectServer Internal Express 2 (PSI-E2) © Copyright ................................................................................................................... 5 2. THE PSI-E2 CARD

  13. Regulation of the Arf tumor suppressor by E2F transcription factors

    MIT - DSpace

    Iaquinta, Phillip John

    2007-01-01

    Effective tumor suppression requires the appropriate function of two major signaling pathways, the pRB-E2F growth-control pathway and the p53 stress-response pathway. Members of the E2F family of transcription factors are ...

  14. Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics 424512 E #2 -rz maj 2015 bo Akademi Univ -Chemical Engineering

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    Zevenhoven, Ron

    Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics 424512 E #2 - rz maj 2015 Åbo Akademi Univ - Chemical Engineering Thermal and Flow Engineering - Piispankatu 8, 20500 Turku 1/70 Introduction to Computational Fluid.zevenhoven@abo.fi Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics 424512 E #2 - rz maj 2015 Åbo Akademi Univ - Chemical Engineering

  15. THE HEPATITIS C VIRUS E2p7 LOCALIZATION AND TOPOLOGY IN A RECOMBINANT SYSTEM

    Chemistry Websites

    THE HEPATITIS C VIRUS E2p7 LOCALIZATION AND TOPOLOGY IN A RECOMBINANT SYSTEM COSTIN I. POPESCU,1, 2 Road, Oxford, OX1 3QU, United Kingdom (Received September 1, 2009) The Hepatitis C virus (HCV) genome cleavage at the E2/p7 site is not regulated by changes in p7 membrane topology. Key words: hepatitis C

  16. Defensive Roles of (E)-2-Alkenals and Related Compounds in Heteroptera

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    Becerra, Judith X.

    predators. The nymphal dorsal abdominal gland secretions of Riptortus pedestris (Heteroptera: Alydidae) and Thasus acutangulus (Heteroptera: Coreidae), and the metathoracic scent gland secretion of Euschistus secreted (E)-2-hexenyl acetate, (E)-2-octenyl acetate, and four hydrocarbons. We evaluated the potential

  17. Cloning and functional characterisation of avian transcription factor E2A

    University of Cambridge - Dspace

    Conlon, Thomas M.; Meyer, Kerstin B.

    2004-06-14

    -lymphoid cell line [5]. BMC Immunology 2004, 5 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2172/5/11 E2A also plays a role in peripheral B cell differentiation. E2A protein expression is greatest in the highly prolifera- tive dark zones of germinal centres, where class...

  18. Tables of E2 Transition Probabilities from the first $2^{+}$ States in Even-Even Nuclei

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    B. Pritychenko; M. Birch; B. Singh; M. Horoi

    2015-10-02

    Experimental results of E2 transition probabilities or B(E2) values for the known first 2$^{+}$ states in 447 even-even nuclei have been compiled and evaluated. The evaluation policies for the analysis of experimental data have been described and new results are discussed. The recommended B(E2) values have been compared with comprehensive shell model calculations for a selected set of nuclei, where such theoretical procedures are amenable. The present work was motivated by a rapid increase in the number of new B(E2) measurements for the first 2$^{+}$ states since the previous evaluation of such data by S. Raman {\\it et al.} published in 2001. Future plans to investigate the systematics of B(E2)$\\uparrow$ values, and intercomparison of different experimental techniques to obtain these data are outlined.

  19. Correlation between the quenching of total GT+ strength and the increase of E2 strength

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    N. Auerbach; D. C. Zheng; L. Zamick; B. A. Brown

    1993-01-21

    Relations between the total beta+ Gamow-Teller (GT+) strength and the E2 strength are further examined. It is found that in shell-model calculations for N=Z nuclei, in which changes in deformation are induced by varying the single-particle energies, the total GT+ or GT- strength decreases monotonically with increasing values of the B(E2) from the ground state to the first excited J=2+ state. Similar trends are also seen for the double GT transition amplitude (with some exceptions) and for the spin part of the total M1 strength as a function of B(E2).

  20. A Proposal for Integrated Efficacy-to-Effectiveness (E2E) Clinical Trials

    MIT - DSpace

    Selker, H. P.

    We propose an “efficacy-to-effectiveness” (E2E) clinical trial design, in which an effectiveness trial would commence seamlessly upon completion of the efficacy trial. Efficacy trials use inclusion/exclusion criteria to ...

  1. On Probabilities of E2 Transitions between Positive-Parity States in ^160Dy Nucleus

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    J. Adam; V. P. Garistov; M. Honusek; J. Dobes; I. Zvolski; J. Mrazek; A. A. Solnyshkin

    2004-08-21

    Reduced probabilities B(E2) of \\gamma transitions between states of positive parity in the ^160Dy nucleus are calculated within the framework of the interacting boson model (IBM-1). The results are compared with the experimental data.

  2. The role of E2F4 in the growth suppressive properties of the retinoblastoma protein

    MIT - DSpace

    Lee, Eunice Y. (Eunice Yoon)

    2005-01-01

    The growth suppressive functions of the retinoblastoma protein (pRB), the first identified tumor suppressor, are considerably mediated through the repression of the E2F transcription factors. Functional inactivation of ...

  3. Physik E2 (SS 2007) Prof. Roland Kersting Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Terahertz Gruppe

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    Kersting, Roland

    Physik E2 (SS 2007) Prof. Roland Kersting Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Terahertz Gruppe München. (b) Bestimmen Sie mit Hilfe der Maxwell-Boltzmann-Verteilung die mitt- lere Auslenkung ¯. (c) Nehmen

  4. Effect of the excited and fourth generation leptons in lepton flavor violating ?^{-} \\to e^{-}2?decay

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    S. C. Inan

    2011-09-13

    We study the lepton flavor violating $\\mu^- \\to e^{-}2\\gamma $ decay induced by the mediation of heavy leptons such as the excited and fourth generation leptons. We have examined the effects of these leptons in the $\\mu^- \\to e^{-}2\\gamma $ decay. We have found that branching ratio of this decay is very sensitive to excited and fourth generation leptons. Furthermore, we have obtained the bounds on model parameters by using the current experimental limit of this decay.

  5. Genome-Wide Identification of Potential Plant E2F Target Genes1[w

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    Gent, Universiteit

    Genome-Wide Identification of Potential Plant E2F Target Genes1[w] Klaas Vandepoele2 , Kobe Vlieghe for Biotechnology, Ghent University, B-9052 Gent, Belgium (K.V., K.V., K.F., G.T.S.B., Y.V.d.P., D.I., L is controlled by E2F transcription factors that induce the transcription of genes required for cell cycle

  6. Results on the Homotopy Automorphism Space of E2-operads and Plans

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    Fresse, Benoit

    an identity: hAutTop Op (E2+) GT(Q) SO(2) in the homotopy category of monoids in topological space, where we(Q) with the rationalization of the topological group SO(2) on the right- hand side. We consider the category of unitaryAutOp (E2+) to the group GT(Q) SO(2) . We give more details on this construction in the concluding chapter

  7. N U G S S P a g e 2 0 1 11 Official Policy Manual

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    Northern British Columbia, University of

    N U G S S P a g e 2 0 1 11 Official Policy Manual Last Updated: December 23, 2010 By: Heather Carson #12;N U G S S P a g e 2 0 1 12 Table of Contents Policy Specific: Topic (Operating--General) 1.1 Policy Manual: Format 1.2 Policy Manual: Responsibility of Policy 1.3 Policy Manual: Updating 3

  8. Regulation of E2F-1 gene expression in human breast cancer cells 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Ngwenya, Sharon Khethiwe

    2005-08-29

    -1 REGULATION OF E2F-1 GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN BREAST CANCER CELLS A Dissertation by SHARON KHETHIWE NGWENYA Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree... of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY May 2005 Major Subject: Biochemistry REGULATION OF E2F-1 GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN BREAST CANCER CELLS A Dissertation by SHARON KHETHIWE NGWENYA Submitted to Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment...

  9. Intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation of 104Sn: Moderate E2 strength decrease approaching 100Sn

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    P. Doornenbal; S. Takeuchi; N. Aoi; M. Matsushita; A. Obertelli; D. Steppenbeck; H. Wang; L. Audirac; H. Baba; P. Bednarczyk; S. Boissinot; M. Ciemala; A. Corsi; T. Furumoto; T. Isobe; A. Jungclaus; V. Lapoux; J. Lee; K. Matsui; T. Motobayashi; D. Nishimura; S. Ota; E. C. Pollacco; H. Sakurai; C. Santamaria; Y. Shiga; D. Sohler; R. Taniuchi

    2013-05-13

    The reduced transition probability B(E2) of the first excited 2+ state in the nucleus 104Sn was measured via Coulomb excitation in inverse kinematics at intermediate energies. A value of 0.163(26) e^2b^2 was extracted from the absolute cross-section on a Pb target, while the method itself was verified with the stable 112Sn isotope. Our result deviates significantly from the earlier reported value of 0.10(4) e^2b^2 and corresponds to a moderate decrease of excitation strength relative to the almost constant values observed in the proton-rich, even-A 106-114Sn isotopes. Present state-of-the-art shell-model predictions, which include proton and neutron excitations across the N=Z=50 shell closures as well as standard polarization charges, underestimate the experimental findings

  10. B(E2) Evaluation for 0+ to 2+ Transitions in Even-Even Nuclei

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    B. Pritychenko; M. Birch; M. Horoi; B. Singh

    2014-07-08

    A collaborative study by Brookhaven-McMaster-Central Michigan is underway to evaluate B(E2)$\\uparrow$ for 0$^{+}_{1}$ $\\rightarrow$ 2$^{+}_{1}$ transitions. This work is a continuation of a previous USNDP evaluation and has been motivated by a large number of recent measurements and nuclear theory developments. It includes an extended compilation, data evaluation procedures and shell model calculations. The subset of B(E2)$\\uparrow$ recommended values for nuclei of relevance to the double-beta decay problem is presented, and evaluation policies of experimental data and systematics are discussed. Future plans for completion of the B(E2;0$^{+}_{1}$ $\\rightarrow$ 2$^{+}_{1}$) evaluation project are also described.

  11. B(E2) Predictions for Even-Even Nuclei in the Differential Equation Model

    CERN Preprints

    Nayak, R C

    2014-01-01

    We use the recently developed Differential Equation Model for the reduced electric quadrupole transition probability B(E2) for predicting its values for a wide range of even-even nuclides almost throughout the nuclear landscape from Neon to Californium. This is made possible as the principal equation in the model, namely, the differential equation connecting the B(E2) value of a given nucleus with its derivatives with respect to neutron and proton numbers provides two different recursion relations, each connecting three different neighboring even-even nuclei from lower to higher mass numbers and vice-verse. These relations helped us to extrapolate from known to unknown terrain of the B(E2) landscape and thereby facilitate its predictions throughout.

  12. B(E2) Predictions for Even-Even Nuclei in the Differential Equation Model

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. C. Nayak; S. Pattnaik

    2014-05-13

    We use the recently developed Differential Equation Model for the reduced electric quadrupole transition probability B(E2) for predicting its values for a wide range of even-even nuclides almost throughout the nuclear landscape from Neon to Californium. This is made possible as the principal equation in the model, namely, the differential equation connecting the B(E2) value of a given nucleus with its derivatives with respect to neutron and proton numbers provides two different recursion relations, each connecting three different neighboring even-even nuclei from lower to higher mass numbers and vice-verse. These relations helped us to extrapolate from known to unknown terrain of the B(E2) landscape and thereby facilitate its predictions throughout.

  13. Role of the transcription factor E2F1 in CXCR4-mediated neurotoxicity and HIV neuropathology

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    Meucci, Olimpia

    transcrip- tional activity and enhanced the expression of the E2F1 target proteins Cdc2 and Puma. Studies- induced neurotoxicity and up-regulation of Cdc2 and Puma. Levels of E2F1 protein were greater

  14. The E2 contribution to the 8B -> p + 7Be Coulomb dissociation cross section

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    K. Langanke; T. D. Shoppa

    1994-02-02

    We have calculated the E1 and E2 contributions to the low-energy B-8 + Pb-208 -> p + Be-7 + Pb-208 Coulomb dissociation cross sections using the kinematics of a recent experiment at RIKEN. Using a potential model description of the Be-7 (p,gamma) B-8 reaction, we find that the E2 contributions cannot a priori be ignored in the analysis of the data. Its inclusion reduces the extracted Be-7 (p,gamma) B-8 S-factor at solar energies by about 25%.

  15. The E2 contribution to the 8B -> p + 7Be Coulomb dissociation cross section

    CERN Preprints

    Langanke, K

    1994-01-01

    We have calculated the E1 and E2 contributions to the low-energy B-8 + Pb-208 -> p + Be-7 + Pb-208 Coulomb dissociation cross sections using the kinematics of a recent experiment at RIKEN. Using a potential model description of the Be-7 (p,gamma) B-8 reaction, we find that the E2 contributions cannot a priori be ignored in the analysis of the data. Its inclusion reduces the extracted Be-7 (p,gamma) B-8 S-factor at solar energies by about 25%.

  16. E2 Instanton Effects and Higgs Physics In Intersecting Brane Models

    HEP - Theory (arXiv)

    Mingxing Luo; Sibo Zheng

    2008-04-21

    String instanton effects in Higgs physics are discussed through a type IIA model based on T^{6}/(Z^{2}\\times Z^{'2}) orentifold compactifaction. By inclusion of rigid E2-branes, the model exhibits a MSSM-like spectrum, as well as extra mu and quartic Higgs couplings. These extra couplings are induced via E2 instantons non-perturbatively. Setting the string scale at 10^{18} GeV, one gets interesting TeV Higgs physics. In particlular, the tree-level Higgs mass can be uplifted substantially.

  17. Measurement of E2 Transitions in the Coulomb Dissociation of 8B

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    B. Davids; D. W. Anthony; Sam M. Austin; D. Bazin; B. Blank; J. A. Caggiano; M. Chartier; H. Esbensen; P. Hui; C. F. Powell; H. Scheit; B. M. Sherrill; M. Steiner; P. Thirolf

    1998-03-26

    In an effort to understand the implications of Coulomb dissociation experiments for the determination of the 7Be(p,gamma)8B reaction rate, longitudinal momentum distributions of 7Be fragments produced in the Coulomb dissociation of 44 and 81 MeV/nucleon 8B beams on a Pb target were measured. These distributions are characterized by asymmetries interpreted as the result of interference between E1 and E2 transition amplitudes in the Coulomb breakup. At the lower beam energy, both the asymmetries and the measured cross sections are well reproduced by perturbation theory calculations, allowing a determination of the E2 strength.

  18. Heat Invariant E_2 for Nonminimal Operator on Manifolds with Torsion

    Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

    Vladimir V. Kornyak

    2000-04-13

    Computer algebra methods are applied to investigation of spectral asymptotics of elliptic differential operators on curved manifolds with torsion and in the presence of a gauge field. In this paper we present complete expressions for the second coefficient (E_2) in the heat kernel expansion for nonminimal operator on manifolds with nonzero torsion. The expressions were computed for general case of manifolds of arbitrary dimension n and also for the most important for E_2 case n=2. The calculations have been carried out on PC with the help of a program written in C.

  19. Imperial College London EEE 1L5 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The dreaded "2-port parameters"

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    Imperial College London ­ EEE 1L5 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The dreaded "2-port London ­ EEE 2L5 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Generalised Thevenin + Norton Theorems 2 (Output) #12;Imperial College London ­ EEE 3L5 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics How

  20. Imperial College London EEE 1L2 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The Miller Theorem

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    Imperial College London ­ EEE 1L2 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The Miller Theorem and the Frequency Response of the Common Emitter Amplifier #12;Imperial College London ­ EEE 2L2 Autumn 2009 E2)Y (1+1/G)Y #12;Imperial College London ­ EEE 3L2 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics An application

  1. Cell Reports A Genetic Screen Identifies TCF3/E2A

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    target gene CDKN1A (p21), an in- hibitor of cell-cycle progression, versus BBC3 (PUMA), a key mediator of apoptosis. Our screen identified numerous factors whose depletion cre- ates an imbalance in the p21:PUMA re- pressing PUMA across cancer cell types of multiple origins. Accordingly, TCF3/E2A depletion

  2. 14.04. | Dienstag | Raum E2.339 Anna Echterhlter (Berlin) | Automatismen des Mangels.

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    Noé, Reinhold

    | Raum E2.339 Erin B. Taylor (Lissabon) | Money talk: How language automates our transactions and creates Haiti, where complexity in money talk can make automatisms unstable. I compare the Haitian situation show how language doesn`t just automate our use of money; it also automates our creation of it

  3. Gene expression profiling in polycythaemia vera: overexpression of transcription factor NF-E2

    Physics Websites

    Timmer, Jens

    Gene expression profiling in polycythaemia vera: overexpression of transcription factor NF-E2. Pahl1 1 Department of Experimental Anaesthesiology, 2 Department of Biology, University Hospital Freiburg, Center for Clinical Research, 3 Freiburg Center for Data Analysis and Modelling, Department

  4. Scratch, Click & Vote: E2E voting over the Internet Miroslaw Kutylowski and Filip Zagrski

    Multidisciplinary Databases and Resources Websites

    International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR)

    Scratch, Click & Vote: E2E voting over the Internet Miroslaw Kutylowski and Filip Zagórski and allows for voting over the Internet. It guarantees secu- rity against malicious hardware and software, it can blindly change the voter's ballot with a small probability only. Keywords: Internet voting, e

  5. Precision calculation for e+ e- -> 2f: the KK MC project

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    B. F. L. Ward; S. Jadach; Z. Was

    2002-11-09

    We present the current status of the coherent exclusive (CEEX) realization of the YFS theory for the processes in e+ e- -> 2f via the KK MC. We give a brief summary of the CEEX theory in comparison to the older (EEX) exclusive exponentiation theory and illustrate recent theoretical results relevant to the LEP2 and LC physics programs.

  6. GEOMBINATORICS OF ``SMART DUST'' Edward Vidal 1 , Luc Longpr e 2 ,

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    Kreinovich, Vladik

    GEOMBINATORICS OF ``SMART DUST'' Edward Vidal 1 , Luc Longprâ?? e 2 , Vladik Kreinovich 2 , and Huang. Smart Dust is a collection of small sensor­equipped leaves which send their information to two or more number is an open problem. What is ``Smart Dust''. Smart Dust is a project developed by the University

  7. leadingtheglobalsustainableenergyeconomy The Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2)

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    Alpay, S. Pamir

    cost-effective and efficient fuel cells and other advanced energy systems. C2E2 will utilizeEan & EFFiCiEnT EnERgy sysTEms as both an educational facility and liaison to the professional community, C2E-edge research key to the development of efficient energy conversion and storage devices. activities in this area

  8. J U N E 2 8 , 2 010 NATIONAL SPACE POLICY

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    Rathbun, Julie A.

    J U N E 2 8 , 2 010 NATIONAL SPACE POLICY of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA #12 by the thought of exploring the mysteries of outer space. Through such exploration,man hopes to broaden his,we will not only extend humanity's reach in space--we will strengthen America's leadership here on Earth

  9. E.2. Electronic Appendix -Food Web Elements of the Fraser River Upper River (above rkm 210)

    Power Transmission, Distribution and Plants Websites

    1 E.2. Electronic Appendix - Food Web Elements of the Fraser River Basin Upper River (above rkm 210) Food webs: Microbenthic algae (periphyton), detritus from riparian vegetation and littoral insects). Stressors: Water quality and habitat conditions have changed food webs in specific locations in the upper

  10. Attacking Paper-Based E2E Voting Systems John Kelsey1

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Moran, Tal

    Attacking Paper-Based E2E Voting Systems John Kelsey1 , Andrew Regenscheid1 , Tal Moran2, we develop methods for constructing vote- buying/coercion attacks on end-to-end voting systems, and describe vote- buying/coercion attacks on three proposed end-to-end voting systems: Punchscan, Pr

  11. SPECIAL OFFER --SAIrE 2 0 % The Cambridge/ACL Series

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    SPECIAL OFFER -- SAIrE 2 0 % The Cambridge/ACL Series STUDIES IN NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING.S.and Canada, order from: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Dept. PAB,32 East 57th Street, New York, New York 10022 Outside the U.S.and Canada, order from: Cambridge UniversityPress, Edinburgh Building, Shaftesbury Road

  12. Isoscalar E0, E1, and E2 strength in Ca-40 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Youngblood, David H.; Lui, YW; Clark, HL.

    2001-01-01

    The giant resonance region from 10 particles at small angles including 0 degrees. Strength corresponding to 97 +/- 11%, 108 +/- 12%, and 62 + 10-20 % of the isoscalar E0, E2, and E1 sum rules, respectively, was identified with centroids of 19...

  13. Uma Interface Hbrida para Desktop Integrando Realidade Virtual, Realidade Aumentada e 2D WIMP

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Barbosa, Alberto

    Uma Interface Híbrida para Desktop Integrando Realidade Virtual, Realidade Aumentada e 2D WIMP interfaces in a common desktop setup. In addition, it is proposed the integration of a 2D WIMP (Windows with the mouse in the WIMP environment and in making data transferences, such as text, audio or video files

  14. E2~Ub conjugates regulate the kinase activity of Shigella effector OspG during pathogenesis

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    Scott, John D.

    pathogens like Shigella spp., Yersinia spp., and pathogenic Escherichia coli utilize a Type III secretion-conjugating enzyme, and an E3 Ub-ligase. Pathogens such as Shigella and Salmonella exploit this signaling pathwayArticle E2~Ub conjugates regulate the kinase activity of Shigella effector OspG during pathogenesis

  15. Mainz "measurement" of the $E2/M1$ ratio in the $N-?$ transition

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. M. Davidson; N. C. Mukhopadhyay

    1997-05-21

    We comment on the recent Mainz "measurement" (PRL78 (1997) 606) of the $E2/M1$ ratio in the $N-\\Delta$ electromagnetic transition. Analyzing the Mainz data using an effective Lagrangian approach, we find this ratio to be (-3.19$\\pm$0.24)%.

  16. EARLY ELEMENTARY SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP (E2SP) THREE-YEAR SUMMATIVE REPORT

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    Patterson, Bruce D.

    EARLY ELEMENTARY SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP (E2SP) THREE-YEAR SUMMATIVE REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Early Elementary Science Partnership is a school-based intervention that directly impacts all K-3 students' science comprehension and achievement. Program Description The Early Elementary Science

  17. Scientific Correspondence The Plant VirE2 Interacting Protein 1. A Molecular

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    Citovsky, Vitaly

    into the plant cell nucleus with the help of both VirD2 and VirE2. Once inside the nucleus, the T into the host cell nucleus by the karyopherin a-dependent pathway (for review, see Tzfira and Citovsky, 2002

  18. Orbital M1 versus E2 strength in deformed nuclei: A new energy weighted sum rule

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    E. Moya de Guerra; L. Zamick

    1993-03-16

    Within the unified model of Bohr and Mottelson we derive the following linear energy weighted sum rule for low energy orbital 1$^+$ excitations in even-even deformed nuclei $$S_{\\rm LE}^{\\rm lew} (M_1^{\\rm orb}) \\cong (6/5) \\epsilon (B(E2; 0^+_1 \\rightarrow 2_1^+ K=0)/Z e^2^2) \\mu^2_N$$ with B(E2) the E2 strength for the transition from the ground state to the first excited state in the ground state rotational band, $$ the charge r.m.s. radius squared and $\\epsilon$ the binding energy per nucleon in the nuclear ground state. It is shown that this energy weighted sum rule is in good agreement with available experimental data. The sum rule is derived using a simple ansatz for the intrinsic ground state wave function that predicts also high energy 1$^+$ strength at 2$\\hbar \\omega$ carrying 50\\% of the total $m_1$ moment of the orbital M1 operator.

  19. Silvaco ATLAS model of ESA's Gaia satellite e2v CCD91-72 pixels

    CERN Preprints

    Seabroke, G M; Burt, D; Robbins, M S; 10.1117/12.856958

    2010-01-01

    The Gaia satellite is a high-precision astrometry, photometry and spectroscopic ESA cornerstone mission, currently scheduled for launch in 2012. Its primary science drivers are the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will achieve its unprecedented accuracy requirements with detailed calibration and correction for CCD radiation damage and CCD geometric distortion. In this paper, the third of the series, we present our 3D Silvaco ATLAS model of the Gaia e2v CCD91-72 pixel. We publish e2v's design model predictions for the capacities of one of Gaia's pixel features, the supplementary buried channel (SBC), for the first time. Kohley et al. (2009) measured the SBC capacities of a Gaia CCD to be an order of magnitude smaller than e2v's design. We have found the SBC doping widths that yield these measured SBC capacities. The widths are systematically 2 {\\mu}m offset to the nominal widths. These offsets appear to be uncalibrated systematic offsets in e2v photolithography, which could either be du...

  20. $E1-E2$ interference in the Coulomb dissociation of $^8$B

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    P. Banerjee; R. Shyam

    2000-10-12

    We investigate the effects arising out of the $E1 - E2$ interference in the Coulomb dissociation of $^8$B at beam energies below and around 50 MeV/nucleon. The theory has been formulated within a first order semiclassical scheme of Coulomb excitation, in which both the ground state and the continuum state wave functions of $^8$B enter as inputs. We find that the magnitude of the interference could be large in some cases. However, there are some specific observables which are free from the effects of the $E1 - E2$ interference, which is independent of the models used to describe the structure of $^8$B. This will be useful for the analysis of the breakup data in relation to the extraction of the astrophysical factor $S_{17}(0)$.

  1. Isoscalar M1 and E2 Amplitudes in n+p -> d+gamma

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Jiunn-Wei Chen; Gautam Rupak; Martin J. Savage

    1999-08-06

    The low energy radiative capture process n+p -> d+gamma provides a sensitive probe of the two-nucleon system. The cross section for this process is dominated by the isovector M1 amplitude for capture from the 1S0 channel via the isovector magnetic moment of the nucleon. In this work we use effective field theory to compute the isoscalar M1 and isoscalar E2 amplitudes that are strongly suppressed for cold neutron capture. The actual value of the isoscalar E2 amplitude is expected to be within 15% of the value computed in this work. In contrast, due to the vanishing contribution of the one-body operator at leading order and next-to-leading order, the isoscalar M1 amplitude is estimated to have a large uncertainty. We discuss in detail the deuteron quadrupole form factor and SD mixing.

  2. Inter-band B(E2) transition strengths in odd-mass heavy deformed nuclei

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    C. E. Vargas; J. G. Hirsch; J. P. Draayer

    2001-09-21

    Inter-band B(E2) transition strengths between different normal parity bands in 163Dy and 165Er are described using the pseudo-SU(3) model. The Hamiltonian includes Nilsson single-particle energies, quadrupole-quadrupole and pairing interactions with fixed, parametrized strengths, and three extra rotor terms used to fine tune the energy spectra. In addition to inter-band transitions, the energy spectra and the ground state intra-band B(E2) strengths are reported. The results show the pseudo-SU(3) shell model to be a powerful microscopic theory for a description of the normal parity sector in heavy deformed odd-A nuclei.

  3. Exact Results on e+ e- --> e+ e- + 2 Photons at SLC/LEP Energies

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    S. Jadach; B. F. L. Ward; S. A. Yost

    1994-03-30

    We use the spinor methods of the CALKUL collaboration, as realized by Xu, Zhang and Chang, to calculate the differential cross section for e+ e- --> e+ e- + 2 photons for c.m.s. energies in the SLC/LEP regime. An explicit complete formula for the respective cross section is obtained. The leading log approximation is used to check the formula. Applications of the formula to high precision luminosity calculations at SLC/LEP are discussed.

  4. A new non-Hermitian E2-quasi-exactly solvable model

    Quantum Physics (arXiv)

    Andreas Fring

    2014-12-08

    We construct a previously unknown $E_2$-quasi-exactly solvable non-Hermitian model whose eigenfunctions involve weakly orthogonal polynomials obeying three-term recurrence relations that factorize beyond the quantization level. The model becomes Hermitian when one of its two parameters is fixed to a specific value. We analyze the double scaling limit of this model leading to the complex Mathieu equation. The norms, Stieltjes measures and moment functionals are evaluated for some concrete values of one of the two parameters.

  5. Radiative Decays of Hyperons in the Skyrme Model: E2/M1 Transitions

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    A. Abada; H. Weigel; H. Reinhardt

    1995-09-26

    We study the radiative decays of $J^\\pi=\\frac{3}{2}^+$ baryons in the framework of the SU(3) collective approach to the Skyrme model. We present the predictions for the decay widths and the corresponding $E2/M1$ ratios. We find that all considered ratios are negative and of the order of a few percent only. We discuss the effects of flavor symmetry breaking and compare our results to those obtained in related models.

  6. Constraining the (gamma,pi) amplitude for E2 N->delta

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    A. M. Sandorfi; J. Tonnison; S. Hoblit

    1997-07-18

    A recent analysis of pion photo-production multipoles using p(g,pi0) data from Mainz is repeated, successively adding constraints from other observables and varying the number of fitted partial waves. The original analysis is shown to have been underconstrained and suffered from ambiguities. The inclusion of additional observables in our analysis results in a very different, but stable, ratio of E2/M1 multipoles at the delta that is consistent with the Mainz data set.

  7. A&b,.c-)-,,La;e-2-' Exo^^-P--1

    Mathematics Websites

    Reutenauer, Christophe

    A&àb,.c-)-,,La;e-2-' Exo^^-P-- 1 ctùtE/"-hdR*À*r*^ ztû*Àsh-4 Loo& 34qq-o l. !.eit { e En,r/(VJ , ù{*â t ' 6 . Soùts {, {. Àx, {r./u\\9^^"/91*1zt^^i\\lL/-)Àr- (M^**,.-l-Âwlr iL *'-0n- -:-'ho^+' f\\s^\\^^^- \\-l

  8. Relations Involving Static Quadrupole Moments of $2^+$ states and B(E2)'s

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Sean Yeager; Larry Zamick

    2008-08-28

    We define the ``quadrupole ratio'' $r_Q = \\dfrac{Q_0(S)}{Q_0(B)}$ where $Q_0(S)$ is the intrinsic quadrupole moment obtained from the static quadrupole moment of the $2_1^+$ state of an even-even nucleus and $Q_0(B)$ the intrinsic quadrupole moment obtained from $B(E2)_{0 \\to 2}$. In both cases we assume a simple rotational formula connecting the rotating frame to the laboratory frame. The quantity $r_Q$ would be one if the rotational model were perfect and the energy ratio $E(4)/E(2)$ would be 10/3. In the simple vibrational model, $r_Q$ would be zero and $E(4)/E(2)$ would be two. There are some regions where the rotational limit is almost met and fewer where the vibrational limit is also almost met. For most cases, however, it is between these two limits, i.e. $0 < r_Q < 1$. There are a few cases where $r_Q$ is bigger than one, especially for light nuclei.

  9. Prospects for X-ray Studies of Galaxy Clusters with Astro-E2/XRS

    Astrophysics (arXiv)

    T. Furusho; K. Mitsuda; N. Yamasaki; R. Fujimoto; T. Ohashi

    2004-01-25

    The Astro-E2 high resolution X-Ray Spectrometer (XRS) is expected to provide a major enhancement in study of clusters of galaxies. Astro-E2 is the fifth Japanese X-ray astronomy observatory, which is scheduled for launch in early 2005. The XRS instrument, developed under a Japan-US collaboration, is an X-ray microcalorimeter with a capability of observing extended objects, and a high energy resolution of about 6 eV at 6 keV. The spectral resolving power is 20 times higher than CCDs over the 0.5-10 keV energy band. We have obtained several new results of clusters with Chandra and XMM, which show that high-resolution imaging spectroscopy can clarify some outstanding questions. New sciences from Astro-E2 include the first clear measurement of gas velocities, determination of ion and electron temperatures, and electron densities based on the resolved line features. We will describe the XRS instrument design, and present simulations of the expected performance.

  10. Mathcad 11 CASA-07-28-Appendix-E.mcd E 1 . L2 16.15 m:= R2 398.5 mm:= e2 8 mm:= E2 210 10

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    Eindhoven, Technische Universiteit

    Mathcad 11 CASA-07-28-Appendix-E.mcd E 1 . L2 16.15 m:= R2 398.5 mm:= e2 8 mm:= E2 210 10 9 Pa:= derived data: A2 R2 2 := V20 Q0 A2 := V20 1.002ms -1 = Longitudinal wave speeds Pipe 1 c12 1 K 2 R1 E1 e1 + 1- := c1 c12:= c1 1183.956 ms -1 = Pipe 2 c22 1 K 2 R2 E2 e2 + 1- := c2 c

  11. E2F1 represses b-catenin transcription and is antagonized by both pRB and CDK8

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    Cai, Long

    proliferation, keep RB1 intact. Remarkably, E2F1 activity is also repressed by cyclin-dependent kinase-8 (CDK8 inhibition by E2F1. Thus, by retaining RB1 and amplifying CDK8, colorectal tumour cells select conditions-mutant form of arm (arm*; S44Y mutation in sgg/GSK3 phosphorylation site3 ), we tested whether dE2f1

  12. http://www.jstor.org The Adams-Novikov E2-Term for a Complex with p Cells

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    Ravenel, Douglas

    http://www.jstor.org The Adams-Novikov E2-Term for a Complex with p Cells Author(s): Douglas C@jstor.org. #12;THE ADAMS-NOVIKOV E2-TERM FOR A COMPLEXWITH p CELLS By DOUGLAS C. RAVENEL* We will describe will compute the E2-term of the Adams-Novikov spectral se- quence (ANSS) for i-* (X). It will follow

  13. Seniority scenario for the 68-72Zn and 66-68Ni B(E2)^ difference

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Isabelle Deloncle; Brigitte Roussiere

    2004-10-25

    The very simple product of the number of particles by the number of holes appearing in the expression of the reduced B(E2: 0+1 -> 2+1) (B(E2)^) transition probability of even-even nuclei obtained from the extension of the seniority scheme is used to analyze in a same time the experimental B(E2)^ values of 56-68 Ni and those of 62-72Zn. The evolution of these B(E2)^ values with neutron number fits in with a scenario involving p-n interaction.

  14. 1.2 TENSOR CONCEPTS AND TRANSFORMATIONS For e1, e2, e3 independent orthogonal unit vectors (base vectors), we may write any vector A as

    Fission and Nuclear Technologies Websites

    California at Santa Cruz, University of

    (base vectors), we may write any vector A as A = A1 e1 + A2 e2 + A3 e3 where (A1, A2, A3, (E1, E2, E3), not necessarily of unit length, we can then write e1 = E1 |E1| , e2 = E2 |E2| , e3 = E3 basis is orthogonal to two of the vectors from the other basis.) We can therefore write E1 = V -1 E2 × E

  15. J U N E 2 0 1 2 Storms make the oak grow deeper roots.

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    Selmic, Sandra

    J U N E 2 0 1 2 Storms make the oak grow deeper roots. George Herbert (1593-1632, British metaphysical poet) B R E E Z E B U L L E T I N Louisiana Tech University T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Office of University Research (http://research.latech.edu) P R E S S R E L E A S E 1 2 - 0 9 8 N S F R E P O R T D E

  16. On-orbit calibration of soft X-ray detector on Chang'E-2 satellite

    CERN Preprints

    Xiao, Hong; Wang, Huanyu; Cui, Xingzhu; Guo, Dongya

    2015-01-01

    X-ray spectrometer is one of the satellite payloads on Chang'E-2 satellite. The soft X-ray detector is one of the device on X-ray spectrometer which is designed to detect the major rock-forming elements within 0.5-10keV range on lunar surface. In this paper, energy linearity and energy resolution calibration is done using a weak Fe55 source, while temperature and time effect is considered not take big error. The total uncertainty is estimated to be within 5% after correction.

  17. On-orbit calibration of soft X-ray detector on Chang'E-2 satellite

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    Hong Xiao; Wenxi Penga; Huanyu Wang; Xingzhu Cui; Dongya Guo

    2015-02-02

    X-ray spectrometer is one of the satellite payloads on Chang'E-2 satellite. The soft X-ray detector is one of the device on X-ray spectrometer which is designed to detect the major rock-forming elements within 0.5-10keV range on lunar surface. In this paper, energy linearity and energy resolution calibration is done using a weak Fe55 source, while temperature and time effect is considered not take big error. The total uncertainty is estimated to be within 5% after correction.

  18. Radiative Tail in $?_{e2}$ Decay and Some Comments on $?-e$ Universality

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    E. A. Kuraev

    1997-01-20

    The result of lowest-order perturbation theory calculations of the photon and positron spectra in radiative pion(e2) decay are generalized to all orders of perturbation theory using the structure-function method. An additional source of radiative corrections to the ratio of the positron and muon channels of pion decay, due to emission of virtual and real photons and pairs, is considered. It depends on details of the detection of the final particles and is large enough to be taken into account in theoretical estimates with a level of accuracy of 0.1%.

  19. Electromagnetic E2 transition probabilities in 120Xe and 118Te - N=66 nuclei

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    A. A. Pasternak; A. D. Efimov; E. O. Podsvirova; V. M. Mikhajlov; J. Srebrny; T. Morek; Ch. Droste; Y. Sasaki; M. Oshima; S. Juutinen; G. B. Hagemann

    2001-04-09

    Lifetimes of the yrast states in 120Xe and ground state band below and above band crossing in 118Te have been measured by DSAM in the 111Cd(12C,3n) reaction and by DSAM and RDM in the 109Ag(13C,p3n) reaction, respectively. The results are compared with E2 transition probabilities in 119I and 128Ba. The experimental data are compared with calculation done in the framework of the IBM1 model in the O(6) and SU(5) limits.

  20. TIP49, but not TRRAP, modulates c-Myc and E2F1 dependent apoptosis Kerri A Dugan1

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    Wood, Marcelo A.

    -1014, USA We previously described two nuclear cofactors, TRRAP and TIP49, that have functional roles in Myc in apoptosis and cell proliferation. Although TRRAP and TIP49 are both essential for transformation, TIP49 Keywords: Myc; E2F; TIP49; TRRAP; apoptosis; proliferation Introduction The Myc and E2F transcription

  1. Computer-assisted Identification of Cell Cycle-related Genes: New Targets for E2F Transcription Factors

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    Computer-assisted Identification of Cell Cycle-related Genes: New Targets for E2F Transcription to the promoters predicted by the computer-assisted methods. Our identi®cation of new E2F target genes provides new factors; computer-associated prediction; composite elements; weight matrix*Corresponding author

  2. Imperial College London EEE 1L6 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Multiple stage amplifiers

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    Imperial College London ­ EEE 1L6 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Multiple stage amplifiers Aims: · Examine a few common 2-transistor amplifiers: -- Differential amplifiers -- Cascode amplifiers amplifiers #12;Imperial College London ­ EEE 2L6 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Two stage BJT

  3. Some Products of -Elements in the Novikov E2 Term of Moore Spectra Author(s): Jinkun Lin

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    Ravenel, Douglas

    Some Products of -Elements in the Novikov E2 Term of Moore Spectra Author(s): Jinkun Lin Source the discovery and use of these resources. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY Volume 120, Number 2, February 1994 SOME PRODUCTS OF fl-ELEMENTS IN THE NOVIKOV E2 TERM

  4. Imperial College London EEE 1A1 Autumn 2008 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Rational Transfer functions and

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    and the Bode Plot #12;Imperial College London ­ EEE 2A1 Autumn 2008 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The transfer The Bode plot ­ some maths Complex numbers can be written in rectangular or polar representation: Rej z x London ­ EEE 4A1 Autumn 2008 E2.2 Analogue Electronics The Bode plot ­ Magnitude plot ( ) 1 1 ln ln ln ln

  5. Detection of vibrationally excited methyl formate in W51 e2

    CERN Preprints

    Demyk, Karine; Carvajal, Miguel

    2008-01-01

    Methyl formate in its first torsionally excited state (vt=1 at 131 cm-1) is detected for the first time toward W51 e2. All transitions from excited methyl formate within the observed spectral range are actually detected (82 transitions) and no strong lines are missing. The column density of the excited state is comparable to that of the ground state. For a source size of 7'' we find that Trot = 104 +/- 14 K and N = 9.4 +4.0/-2.8 x 10^16 cm-2 for the excited state and Trot = 176 +/- 24 K and N = 1.7 +.2/-.2 x 10^17 cm-2 for the ground state. Lines from ethyl cyanide in its two first excited states (vt=1, torsion mode at 212 cm-1) and (vb=1, CCN in-plane bending mode at 206 cm-1) are also present in the observed spectrum. However blending problems prevent a precise estimate of its abundance. With regard to the number of lines of excited methyl formate and ethyl cyanide detected in W51 e2, it appears that excited states of large molecules certainly account for a large number of unidentified lines in spectral sur...

  6. Parametrizations of triaxial deformation and E2 transitions of the wobbling band

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Yoshifumi R. Shimizu; Takuya Shoji; Masayuki Matsuzaki

    2007-07-25

    By the very definition the triaxial deformation parameter $\\gamma$ is related to the expectation values of the K=0 and K=2 components of the intrinsic quadrupole tensor operator. On the other hand, using the same symbol "$\\gamma$", various different parametrizations of triaxial deformation have been employed, which are suitable for various types of the mean-field potentials. It is pointed out that the values of various "$\\gamma$" are quite different for the same actual triaxial deformation, especially for the large deformation; for example, the difference can be almost a factor two for the case of the triaxial superdeformed bands recently observed in the Hf and Lu nuclei. In our previous work, we have studied the wobbling band in Lu nuclei by using the microscopic framework of the cranked Nilsson mean-field and the random phase approximation, where the most serious problem is that the calculated B(E2) value is about factor two smaller. It is shown that the origin of this underestimation can be mainly attributed to the small triaxial deformation; if is used the same triaxial deformation as in the analysis of the particle-rotor model, the calculated B(E2) increases and gives correct magnitude compared with the experimental data.

  7. Detection of vibrationally excited methyl formate in W51 e2

    Astrophysics (arXiv)

    Karine Demyk; Georges Wlodarczak; Miguel Carvajal

    2008-07-17

    Methyl formate in its first torsionally excited state (vt=1 at 131 cm-1) is detected for the first time toward W51 e2. All transitions from excited methyl formate within the observed spectral range are actually detected (82 transitions) and no strong lines are missing. The column density of the excited state is comparable to that of the ground state. For a source size of 7'' we find that Trot = 104 +/- 14 K and N = 9.4 +4.0/-2.8 x 10^16 cm-2 for the excited state and Trot = 176 +/- 24 K and N = 1.7 +.2/-.2 x 10^17 cm-2 for the ground state. Lines from ethyl cyanide in its two first excited states (vt=1, torsion mode at 212 cm-1) and (vb=1, CCN in-plane bending mode at 206 cm-1) are also present in the observed spectrum. However blending problems prevent a precise estimate of its abundance. With regard to the number of lines of excited methyl formate and ethyl cyanide detected in W51 e2, it appears that excited states of large molecules certainly account for a large number of unidentified lines in spectral survey of molecular clouds.

  8. F a c t s A b o u t Menopausal hormone therapy once seemed the answer for many of the conditions

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    Shen, Jun

    as the result of surgery.A surgical procedure, called a hysterectomy, removes the uterus.This surgery puts through menopause immediately if both of your ovaries are also removed at surgery.Whether you go through-estradiol and norethindrone acetate Ortho-Prefest 17-beta-estradiol and norgestimate Examples of Oral Estrogen and Estrogen

  9. Deciphering Active Estrogen-Degrading Microorganisms in Bioreactors 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Roh, Hyung Keun

    2010-10-12

    : Aminobacter strains KC6 and KC7, and a Sphingomonas strain KC8) and examination of the effects of operating parameters on estrogen removal and estrogen-degrading microbial community structure. Sphingomonas strain KC8 can use 17beta-estradiol as a sole carbon...

  10. Ex. 0.1. Siano u = (1, 2, -2) e v = (1, -1, 1). Determinare una base ortonormale di R3, orientata positivamente, E = {e1, e2, e3} tale che Span(e1, e2) =

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    Pareschi, Giuseppe

    , orientata positivamente, E = {e1, e2, e3} tale che Span(e1, e2) = Span(u, v). Ex. 0.2. Siano u = (1, 2, -2} tale che Span(f1, f2) = Span(u, v) e l'angolo compreso tra f1 e u `e /3. Ex. 0.3. Sia V il piano di} tale che Span(e1, e2) = V . Ex. 0.4. Sia A una matrice ortogonale di ordine 2. Descrivere tutte le

  11. Differential Equation Model for the Ground to First 2+ State Excitation Energy E2 of Even-Even Nuclei

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R . C. Nayak; S. Pattnaik

    2014-05-20

    We propose here a new model termed as the Differential Equation Model for the ground to first 2+ state excitation energy E2 of a given even-even nucleus, according to which the energy E2 is expressed in terms of its derivatives with respect to the neutron and proton numbers. This is based on a similar derivative equation satisfied by its complementary physical quantity namely the Reduced Electric Quadrupole Transition Probability B(E2) in a recently developed model. Although the proposed differential equation for E2 has been perceived on the basis of its close similarity to B(E2), its theoretical foundation otherwise has been clearly demonstrated. We further exploit the very definitions of the derivatives occurring in the differential equation in the model to obtain two different recursion relations for E2, connecting in each case three neighboring even-even nuclei from lower to higher mass numbers and vice-verse. We demonstrate their numerical validity using the available data throughout the nuclear chart and also explore their possible utility in predicting the unknown E2 values.

  12. E2-quasi-exact solvability for non-Hermitian models

    Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

    Andreas Fring

    2014-11-16

    We propose the notion of $E_{2}$-quasi-exact solvability and apply this idea to find explicit solutions to the eigenvalue problem for a non-Hermitian Hamiltonian system depending on two parameters. The model considered reduces to the complex Mathieu Hamiltonian in a double scaling limit, which enables us to compute the exceptional points in the energy spectrum of the latter as a limiting process of the zeros for some algebraic equations. The coefficient functions in the quasi-exact eigenfunctions are univariate polynomials in the energy obeying a three-term recurrence relation. The latter property guarantees the existence of a linear functional such that the polynomials become orthogonal. The polynomials are shown to factorize for all levels above the quantization condition leading to vanishing norms rendering them to be weakly orthogonal. In two concrete examples we compute the explicit expressions for the Stieltjes measure.

  13. Boulders on asteroid Toutatis as observed by Chang'e-2

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    Jiang, Yun; Huang, Jiangchuan; Marchi, Simone; Li, Yuan; Ip, Wing-Huen

    2015-01-01

    Boulders are ubiquitously found on the surfaces of small rocky bodies in the inner solar system and their spatial and size distributions give insight into the geological evolution and collisional history of the parent bodies. Using images acquired by the Chang'e-2 spacecraft, more than 200 boulders have been identified over the imaged area of the near-Earth asteroid Toutatis. The cumulative boulder size frequency distribution (SFD) shows a steep slope of -4.4 $\\pm$ 0.1, which is indicative of a high degree of fragmentation. Similar to Itokawa, Toutatis probably has a rubble-pile structure, as most boulders on its surface cannot solely be explained by impact cratering. The significantly steeper slope for Toutatis' boulder SFD compared to Itokawa may imply a different preservation state or diverse formation scenarios. In addition, the cumulative crater SFD has been used to estimate a surface crater retention age of approximately 1.6 $\\pm$ 0.3 Gyr.

  14. Revisit of rotational dynamics of Asteroid 4179 Toutatis from Chang'e-2's flyby

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    Zhao, Yuhui; Ji, Jianghui

    2015-01-01

    This paper presents analysis of the rotational parameters of Toutatis based on the observational results from Chang'e-2's close flyby. The 3-D shape model derived from ground-based radar observation is used to calculate the 3-1-3 Euler angles at the flyby epoch, which are evaluated to be $-20.1^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$, $27.6^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$ and $42.2^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$. The large amplitude of Toutatis' tumbling attitude is demonstrated to be the result of the large deviation of the angular momentum axis and the rotational axis. Two rotational periods are evaluated to be $5.38\\pm0.03$ days for rotation about the long axis and $7.40\\pm0.03$ days for precession of the long axis about the angular momentum vector based on Fourier analysis. These results provide a further understanding of rotational state of Toutatis.

  15. The role of E1-E2 interplay in multiphonon Coulomb excitation

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Alexander Volya; Henning Esbensen

    2003-01-19

    In this work we study the problem of a charged particle, bound in a harmonic-oscillator potential, being excited by the Coulomb field from a fast charged projectile. Based on a classical solution to the problem and using the squeezed-state formalism we are able to treat exactly both dipole and quadrupole Coulomb field components. Addressing various transition amplitudes and processes of multiphonon excitation we study different aspects resulting from the interplay between E1 and E2 fields, ranging from classical dynamic polarization effects to questions of quantum interference. We compare exact calculations with approximate methods. Results of this work and the formalism we present can be useful in studies of nuclear reaction physics and in atomic stopping theory.

  16. Information Technologies Activity Report Information Technologies Activity Report AP R I L J U N E 2 0 1 0AP R I L J U N E 2 0 1 0

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    Firestone, Jeremy

    E 2 0 1 0AP R I L ­ J U N E 2 0 1 0 Student email moved successfully to Google Apps @UDel.eduStudent email moved successfully to Google Apps @UDel.edu As of June 1, all UD undergraduate email accounts were moved to Gmail at Google Apps @UDel.edu. Students will continue to log in with their UDelNet IDs

  17. JNK-mediated turnover and stabilization of the transcription factor p45/NF-E2 during differentiation

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    Tsai, Ming-Daw

    JNK-mediated turnover and stabilization of the transcription factor p45/NF-E2 during for the regulation of erythroid maturation. In the model, the posttransla- tional modifications and turnover of p45

  18. E2F4 cooperates with pRB in the development of extra-embryonic tissues

    MIT - DSpace

    Lee, Eunice Y.

    The retinoblastoma gene, RB-1, was the first identified tumor suppressor. Rb[superscript ?/?] mice die in mid-gestation with defects in proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis. The activating E2F transcription factors, ...

  19. Genetic and molecular analysis of the E2F transcription factor family in mouse development, tumorigenesis, and cardiac function

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    Cloud, Jennifer Ellen, 1976-

    2003-01-01

    The E2F transcription factors are critical downstream targets of the retinoblastoma protein (pRB) pathway. A component of the pRB pathway is mutated in most human tumors resulting in deregulation of cell cycle control ...

  20. The roles of Rb, p107, and E2f4 in bone formation and embryonic development

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    Berman, Seth D

    2007-01-01

    The pocket proteins, through their interaction with the E2F transcription factors, ensure the proper regulation of cell proliferation. By doing so, these protein complexes affect other fundamental processes such as ...

  1. Determinants of RING-E2 Fidelity for Hrd1p, a Membrane-anchored Ubiquitin Ligase*S

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    Hampton, Randy

    to use primarily Ubc7p for its function. Versions of Hrd1p containing the RING motif from homologous E3s an isopeptide bond. In vivo the ubiquitin ligase activity of a given E3 is not universally supported by all E2s (5, 6). A typical E3 will function with only one or two of many E2s in vivo (7­11). Thus

  2. p53-repressed miRNAs are involved with E2F in a feed-forward loop promoting proliferation

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    Pilpel, Yitzhak

    , mutations of this gene are highly common in human cancers (Hussain and Harris, 1999). p53 is a sequence and in breast cancers harboring wild-type p53. These miRNAs are repressed by p53 in an E2F1-mediated mannerp53-repressed miRNAs are involved with E2F in a feed-forward loop promoting proliferation Ran Brosh

  3. Protein Interactions Involved in Nuclear Import of the Agrobacterium VirE2 Protein in Vivo and in Vitro*

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    Citovsky, Vitaly

    , a single-stranded (ss)DNA binding protein, is presumed to cooperatively coat the remainder of the ss alone is sufficient to transport ssDNA into the nucleus of the plant cell (16). Although VirE2 is unable to associate with ssDNA, is able to interact with VirE2, whereas the latter is bound to the ss

  4. Exact solutions of an extended Bose-Hubbard model with E2 symmetry

    Quantum Physics (arXiv)

    Feng Pan; Ningyun Zhang; Qianyun Wang; J. P. Draayer

    2014-04-11

    An extended Bose-Hubbard (BH) model with number-dependent multi-site and infinite-range hopping is proposed, which, similar to the original BH model, describes a phase transition between the delocalized super-fluid (SF) phase and localized Mott insulator (MI) phase. It is shown that this extended model with local Euclidean E2 symmetry is exactly solvable when on-site local potential or disorder is included, while the model without local potential or disorder is quasi-exactly solvable, which means only a part of the excited states including the ground state being exactly solvable. As applications of the exact solution for the ground state, phase diagram of the model in 1D without local potential and on-site disorder for filling factor rho = 1 with M = 6 sites and that with M = 10 are obtained. The probabilities to detect n particles on a single site, Pn, for n = 0, 1, 2 as functions of the control parameter U/t in these two cases are also calculated. It is shown that the critical point in Pn and in the entanglement measure is away from that of the SF-MI transition determined in the phase analysis. It is also shown that the the model-independent entanglement measure is related with Pn, which, therefore, may be practically useful because Pn is measurable experimentally.

  5. Detection of a dense clump in a filament interacting with W51e2

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    Mookerjea, B; Hassel, G E; Gerin, M; Pety, J; Goldsmith, P F; Black, J H; Giesen, T; Harrison, T; Persson, C M; Stutzki, J

    2014-01-01

    In the framework of the Herschel/PRISMAS Guaranteed Time Key Program, the line of sight to the distant ultracompact HII region W51e2 has been observed using several selected molecular species. Most of the detected absorption features are not associated with the background high-mass star-forming region and probe the diffuse matter along the line of sight. We present here the detection of an additional narrow absorption feature at ~70 km/s in the observed spectra of HDO, NH3 and C3. The 70 km/s feature is not uniquely identifiable with the dynamic components (the main cloud and the large-scale foreground filament) so-far identified toward this region. The narrow absorption feature is similar to the one found toward low-mass protostars, which is characteristic of the presence of a cold external envelope. The far-infrared spectroscopic data were combined with existing ground-based observations of 12CO, 13CO, CCH, CN, and C3H2 to characterize the 70 km/s component. Using a non-LTE analysis of multiple transitions ...

  6. On the measurement of B(E2, 0+ -> 2+) using intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    F. Delaunay; F. M. Nunes

    2007-08-22

    Coulomb excitation is a standard method used to extract quadrupole excitation strengths of even-even nuclei. In typical analyses the reaction is assumed to be one-step, Coulomb only, and is treated within a semi-classical model. In this work, fully-quantal coupled-channel calculations are performed for three test cases in order to determine the importance of multi-step effects, nuclear contributions, feeding from other states and corrections to the semi-classical approximation. We study the excitation of 30S, 58Ni and 78Kr on 197Au at ~ 50 AMeV. We find that nuclear effects may contribute more than 10% and that feeding contributions can be larger than 15%. These corrections do not alter significantly the published B(E2) values, however an additional theoretical error of up to 13% should be added to the experimental uncertainty if the semi-classical model is used. This theoretical error is reduced to less than 7% when performing a quantal coupled-channel analysis.

  7. Scrutinizing the Higgs Signal and Background in the $2e2?$ Golden Channel

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    Yi Chen; Nhan Tran; Roberto Vega-Morales

    2013-11-23

    Kinematic distributions in the decays of the newly discovered resonance to four leptons are a powerful test of the tensor structure of its couplings to electroweak gauge bosons. We present an analytic calculation for both signal and background of the fully differential cross section for the `Golden Channel' $e^+e^-\\mu^+\\mu^-$ final state. We include all interference effects between intermediate gauge bosons and allow them to be on- or off-shell. For the signal we compute the fully differential cross section for general scalar couplings to $ZZ$, $\\gamma\\gamma$, and $Z\\gamma$. For the background we compute the leading order fully differential cross section for the dominant contribution coming from $q\\bar{q}$ annihilation into $Z$ and $\\gamma$ gauge bosons, including the contribution from the resonant $Z\\rightarrow 2e2\\mu$ process. We also present singly and doubly differential projections and study the interference effects on the differential spectra. These expressions can be used in a variety of ways to uncover the nature of the newly discovered resonance or any new scalars decaying to neutral gauge bosons which might be discovered in the future.

  8. Scrutinizing the Higgs Signal and Background in the $2e2\\mu$ Golden Channel

    CERN Preprints

    Chen, Yi; Vega-Morales, Roberto

    2012-01-01

    Kinematic distributions in the decays of the newly discovered resonance to four leptons are a powerful test of the tensor structure of its couplings to electroweak gauge bosons. We present an analytic calculation for both signal and background of the fully differential cross section for the `Golden Channel' $e^+e^-\\mu^+\\mu^-$ final state. We include all interference effects between intermediate gauge bosons and allow them to be on- or off-shell. For the signal we compute the fully differential cross section for general scalar couplings to $ZZ$, $\\gamma\\gamma$, and $Z\\gamma$. For the background we compute the leading order fully differential cross section for the dominant contribution coming from $q\\bar{q}$ annihilation into $Z$ and $\\gamma$ gauge bosons, including the contribution from the resonant $Z\\rightarrow 2e2\\mu$ process. We also present singly and doubly differential projections and study the interference effects on the differential spectra. These expressions can be used in a variety of ways to uncove...

  9. In-Band and Inter-Band B(E2) Values within the Triaxial Projected Shell Model

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    P. Boutachkov; A. Aprahamian; Y. Sun; J. A. Sheikh; S. Frauendorf

    2002-07-10

    The Triaxial Projected Shell Model (TPSM) has been successful in providing a microscopic description of the energies of multi-phonon vibrational bands in deformed nuclei. We report here on an extension of the TPSM to allow, for the first time, calculations of B(E2) values connecting gamma- and gamma-gamma-vibrational bands and the ground state band. The method is applied to 166,168Er. It is shown that most of the existing B(E2) data can be reproduced rather well, thus strongly supporting the classification of these states as gamma-vibrational states. However, significant differences between the data and the calculation are seen in those B(E2) values which involve odd-spin states of the gamma-band. Understanding these discrepancies requires accurate experimental measurements and perhaps further improvements of the TPSM.

  10. E2 properties of nuclei far from stability and the proton-halo problem of 8B

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Hitoshi Nakada; Takaharu Otsuka

    1993-11-04

    E2 properties of A=6--10 nuclei, including those of nuclei far from stability, are studied by a $(0+2)\\hbar\\omega$ shell-model calculation which includes E2 core-polarization effects explicitly. The quadrupole moments and the E2 transition strengths in A=6--10 nuclei are described quite well by the present calculation. This result indicates that the relatively large value of the quadrupole moment of $^8$B can be understood without introducing the proton-halo in $^8$B. An interesting effect of the $2\\hbar\\omega$ core-polarization is found for effective charges used in the $0\\hbar\\omega$ shell model; although isoscalar effective-charges are almost constant as a function of nucleus, appreciable variations are needed for isovector effective-charges which play important roles in nuclei with high isospin-values.

  11. Crosstalk between E2F3 and p19ARF/p53 in the regulation of cell cycle progression and tumorigenesis

    MIT - DSpace

    Aslanian, Aaron Spencer

    2005-01-01

    E2F activity was originally identified as a critical component of the cellular machinery responsible for promoting cell cycle progression that is co-opted during transformation and tumorigenesis. Classic E2F target genes ...

  12. B(E2) Evaluation for $0_{1}^{+} \\rightarrow 2_{1}^{+}$ Transitions in Even-Even Nuclei

    CERN Preprints

    Pritychenko, B; Singh, B; Horoi, M

    2013-01-01

    A complete B(E2)$\\uparrow$ evaluation and compilation for even-even nuclei has been presented. The present paper is a continuation of P.H. Stelson and L. Grodzins, and S. Raman {\\it et al.} nuclear data evaluations and was motivated by a large number of new measurements. It extends the list of evaluated nuclides from 328 to 452, includes an extended list of nuclear reaction kinematics parameters and comprehensive shell model analysis. Evaluation policies for analysis of experimental data have been discussed and conclusions are given. Future plans for B(E2)$\\uparrow$ systematics and experimental technique analyses of even-even nuclei are outlined.

  13. Accuracy of B(E2; 0+ -> 2+) transition rates from intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation experiments

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    J. M. Cook; T. Glasmacher; A. Gade

    2005-12-19

    The method of intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation has been widely used to determine absolute B(E2; 0+ -> 2+) quadrupole excitation strengths in exotic nuclei with even numbers of protons and neutrons. Transition rates measured with intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation are compared to their respective adopted values and for the example of 26Mg to the B(E2; 0+ -> 2+) values obtained with a variety of standard methods. Intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation is found to have an accuracy comparable to those of long-established experimental techniques.

  14. Inhibition of Host ER Glucosidase Activity Prevents Golgi Processing of Virion-Associated Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus E2 Glycoproteins and Reduces Infectivity of Secreted Virions

    Chemistry Websites

    was resistant to endoglycosidase H (endo H) digestion, whereas intracellular E2 was completely sensitive to endo H digestion. In the presence of glucosidase inhibitor, virion-associated E2 and intracellular E2 were completely sensitive to endo H digestion. Taken together, these results suggest that BVDV

  15. Cyclooxygenase-2 mediates platelet-activating factor-induced prostaglandin E2 release from rat primary astrocytes

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    Wurtman, Richard

    Cyclooxygenase-2 mediates platelet-activating factor-induced prostaglandin E2 release from rat mediator platelet-activating factor (PAF), and its non-hydrolyzable analog methylcarbamyl-PAF (mc; Platelet-activating factor; Prostaglandins Prostaglandins (PGs) have important functions in brain cells

  16. F A T I G U E 2 0 0 2 HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE OF BETA TITANIUM ALLOYS

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    Ritchie, Robert

    F A T I G U E 2 0 0 2 HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE OF BETA TITANIUM ALLOYS J. O. Peters*+ , G. Lütjering*, R. K. Nalla**, I. Altenberger**, R. O. Ritchie** This study compares the high-cycle fatigue (HCF for titanium alloys. INTRODUCTION This paper compares the high-cycle fatigue (HCF) properties of the high

  17. E22 Analogue electronics PS1 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    E22 Analogue electronics PS1 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics Problem sheet 1 - ANSWERS Q1 of a diode and a 1k resistor embedded in a big circuit develops 1V DC across it. Calculate the small signal

  18. Prostaglandin E2 regulates amyloid precursor protein expression via the EP2 receptor in cultured rat microglia

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    Wurtman, Richard

    Abstract We investigated the effects of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) on amyloid precursor protein (APP) expression in cultured rat microglia. PGE2 treatment significantly increased the expression of APP with forskolin also increased APP expression. Co-treatment of microglia with PGE2 and the PKA inhibitor H- 89

  19. A Minimum Free Energy Reaction Path for the E2 Reaction between Fluoro Ethane and a Fluoride Ion

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    Nielsen, Steven O.

    A Minimum Free Energy Reaction Path for the E2 Reaction between Fluoro Ethane and a Fluoride Ion, such as the mechanism and the free-energy profile, remains an important challenge not only for enzyme catalysis1 of the reaction free-energy profile is very cumbersome with constrained molecular dynamics (MD) and umbrella

  20. The N-glycosylation of classical swine fever virus E2 glycoprotein extracellular domain expressed in the milk of goat

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    c National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training, Dublin-Oxford Glycobiology Laboratory, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU, UK a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 30 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Introduction E2 is the major envelope glycoprotein exposed on the outer

  1. Scantegrity II Municipal Election at Takoma Park: The First E2E Binding Governmental Election with Ballot Privacy

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    Carback, Richard

    2010-02-01

    On November 3, 2009, voters in Takoma Park, Maryland, cast ballots for mayor and city council members using the ScantegrityII voting system—the first time any end-to-end (e2e) voting system with ballot privacy has been ...

  2. Imperial College London EEE 1L4 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics More transistor amplifiers

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    Imperial College London ­ EEE 1L4 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics More transistor amplifiers Aims: · Study the following single transistor amplifiers: ­ Emitter degenerated Common Emitter ­ Common Base ­ Common Collector · Study the single transistor MOSFET amplifiers #12;Imperial College London

  3. F A T I G U E 2 0 0 2 THE EIGHT INTERNATIONAL FATIGUE CONGRESS, STOCKHOLM,

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    Fatemi, Ali

    F A T I G U E 2 0 0 2 THE EIGHT INTERNATIONAL FATIGUE CONGRESS, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, VOL. 3, PP-based micro-alloyed forging steel was studied under constant amplitude axial and torsion loads based on the results obtained. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM The material used in this study is forged AISI 1141

  4. Outcome CpE-2. Knowledge of mathematics to analyze and design complex hardware, software, and systems. Course Performance indicators

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    Mohaghegh, Shahab

    Outcome CpE-2. Knowledge of mathematics to analyze and design complex hardware, software, and systems. Course Performance indicators CpE 313 Perform ISA bus interfacing. CpE 313 Use single-chip microcontroller (PIC) and interface it to external devices. CpE 313 Write C-language programs for PIC

  5. The Deconvolution of Lunar Brightness Temperature based on Maximum Entropy Method using Chang'E-2 Microwave Data

    CERN Preprints

    Xing, Shuguo; Feng, Jianqing; Li, Chunlai

    2014-01-01

    A passive and multi-channel microwave sounder onboard Chang'E-2 orbiter has successfully performed microwave observation of the lunar surface and subsurface structure. Compared with Chang'E-1 orbiter, Chang'E-2 orbiter obtained more accurate and comprehensive microwave brightness temperature data which is helpful for further research. Since there is a close relationship between microwave brightness temperature data and some related properties of the lunar regolith, such as the thickness, temperature and dielectric constant, so precise and high resolution brightness temperature is necessary for such research. However, through the detection mechanism of the microwave sounder, the brightness temperature data acquired from the microwave sounder is weighted by the antenna radiation pattern, so the data is the convolution of the antenna radiation pattern and the lunar brightness temperature. In order to obtain the real lunar brightness temperature, a deconvolution method is needed. The aim of this paper is to solve...

  6. ECE Written Qualifying Examination, Spring 2015 Solutions -Linear Systems 1. Let x(t) = e-2t

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    Anlage, Steven

    (t) = (x h)(t). (6 total points) Solution: We can solve this most painlessly using Laplace or Fourier-3) u(t - 3) - e-4(t-3) u(t - 3) = 1 2 · e-2t-6 - e-4t · u(t - 3) To use the Fourier transform, just ), otherwise; for all integers n. (7 total points) (a) Find X(ej ), the discrete-time Fourier transform of x

  7. E22 Analogue Electronics PS3 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    E22 Analogue Electronics PS3 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics Problem sheet 3 (Week 5) Q1 inZ j j = + + = + - + R2 R1 R1 R2 Vcc Vin Vout #12;E22 Analogue Electronics PS3 Answers p 222 Analogue Electronics PS3 Answers p 3/4 inverting amplifier, the open loop gain of the amplifier

  8. Interferometric Mapping of Magnetic Fields in Star-forming Regions I. W51 e1/e2 Molecular Cores

    Astrophysics (arXiv)

    Shih-Ping Lai; Richard M. Crutcher; Jose M. Girart; Ramprasad Rao

    2001-07-17

    We present the first interferometric polarization map of the W51 e1/e2 molecular cores obtained with the BIMA array at 1.3 mm wavelength with approximately 3 arcsecond resolution. The polarization angle varies smoothly across the double cores with an average position angle of 23+-5 degrees for W51 e1 and 15+-7 degrees for W51 e2. The inferred magnetic field direction is parallel to the minor axis of the double cores, which is consistent with the theoretical picture that clouds collapse along the field lines. However, the magnetic field may not determine the axis of angular momentum of these two cores as the field directions of the two cores significantly differ with the previously measured directions of rotational axes. The polarization percentage decreases toward regions with high intensity, suggesting that the dust alignment efficiency decreases toward high density regions. The field directions are highly ordered, and the small dispersion of the polarization angles implies that magnetic fields are strong ($\\gtrsim$ 1 mG) and perhaps dominate turbulence in W51 e1/e2.

  9. 1.9.8 T : R2 R2 first performs a horizontal shear that transforms e2 into e2 + 2e1 (leaving e1 unchanged) and then reflects points through the line x2 = -x1. Find the

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    Bigelow, Stephen

    1.9.8 T : R2 R2 first performs a horizontal shear that transforms e2 into e2 + 2e1 (leaving e1 treat these one at a time. Lets call S the shear. S(e2) = e2 + 2e1. S is a horizontal shear, so it doesn't do anything to the x-axis. So S(e1) = e1. Lets call R the reflection. Reflecting 1 0 across the line

  10. Identification of Highly Deformed Even-Even Nuclides in the Neutron- and Proton-Rich Regions of the Nuclear Chart from the B(E2) and E2 Predictions in the Generalized Differential Equation Model

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    Nayak, R C

    2015-01-01

    We identify here possible occurrence of large deformations in the neutron- and proton-rich regions of the nuclear chart from extensive predictions of the values of the reduced quadrupole transition probability B-E2 for the transition from the ground state to the first 2+ state and the corresponding excitation energy E2 of even-even nuclei in the recently developed Generalized Differential Equation model exclusively meant for these physical quantities. This is made possible from our analysis of the predicted values of these two physical quantities and the corresponding deformation parameters derived from them such as the quadrupole deformation beta-2, the ratio of beta-2 to the Weisskopf single-particle beta-2 and the intrinsic electric quadruplole moment , calculated for a large number of both known as well as hitherto unknown even-even isotopes of Oxygen to Fermium (Z=8 to 100). Our critical analysis of the resulting data convincingly support possible existence of large collectivity for the nuclides 30,32 Ne...

  11. Molecular Cell, Vol. 7, 461473, March, 2001, Copyright 2001 by Cell Press dpl-1 DP and efl-1 E2F Act with lin-35 Rb

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    Horvitz, H. Robert

    Molecular Cell, Vol. 7, 461­473, March, 2001, Copyright ©2001 by Cell Press dpl-1 DP and efl-1 E2F prevent cell cycle progression by inhibiting Hsieh et al., 1999; Solari and Ahringer, 2000; von Zelew-DP are proposed toto DP or E2F. Loss-of-function mutations in two of define functionally redundant pathways

  12. B(E2) value of even-even 108-112Pd isotopes by interacting boson model-1*

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    I. Hossain; H. Y. Abdullah; I. M. Ahmad; M. A. Saeed

    2013-10-10

    This work studies the systematic reduced transition probabilities B(E2), intrinsic quadrupole moments and deformation parameters of Pd isotopes with even neutrons from N= 62 to 66. The downward reduced transition probabilities B(E2) from gamma transition 8+ to 6+, 6+ to 4+, 4+ to 2+ and 2+ to 0+ states of even-even 108-112Pd isotopes were calculated by the Interacting Boson Model (IBM-1) and compared with the available previous experimental results. The ratio of the excitation energies of the first 4+ and the first 2+ excited states, R4/2, is also studied for the classification of symmetry of these nuclei. Furthermore we have studied systematically the transition rate R of some of the low-lying quadrupole collective states in comparison with the available experimental data. The associated quadrupole moments and deformation parameters have been calculated. The results of this calculation are in good agreement with the corresponding available experimental data. The 108-112Pd isotopes show the O(6) symmetry.

  13. The Ginger-shaped Asteroid 4179 Toutatis: New Observations from a Successful Flyby of Chang'e-2

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    Huang, Jiangchuan; Ye, Peijian; Wang, Xiaolei; Yan, Jun; Meng, Linzhi; Wang, Su; Li, Chunlai; Li, Yuan; Qiao, Dong; Zhao, Wei; Zhao, Yuhui; Zhang, Tingxin; Liu, Peng; Jiang, Yun; Rao, Wei; Li, Sheng; Huang, Changning; Ip, Wing-Huen; Hu, Shoucun; Zhu, Menghua; Yu, Liangliang; Zou, Yongliao; Tang, Xianglong; Li, Jianyang; Zhao, Haibin; Huang, Hao; Jiang, Xiaojun; Bai, Jinming

    2013-01-01

    On 13 December 2012, Chang'e-2 conducted a successful flyby of the near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis at a closest distance of 770 $\\pm$ 120 meters from the asteroid's surface. The highest-resolution image, with a resolution of better than 3 meters, reveals new discoveries on the asteroid, e.g., a giant basin at the big end, a sharply perpendicular silhouette near the neck region, and direct evidence of boulders and regolith, which suggests that Toutatis may bear a rubble-pile structure. Toutatis' maximum physical length and width are (4.75 $\\times$ 1.95 km) $\\pm$10$\\%$, respectively, and the direction of the +$z$ axis is estimated to be (250$\\pm$5$^\\circ$, 63$\\pm$5$^\\circ$) with respect to the J2000 ecliptic coordinate system. The bifurcated configuration is indicative of a contact binary origin for Toutatis, which is composed of two lobes (head and body). Chang'e-2 observations have significantly improved our understanding of the characteristics, formation, and evolution of asteroids in general.

  14. Structure of and E2 transition in $^{16}$C in a $^{14}$C+n+n model

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    W. Horiuchi; Y. Suzuki

    2006-01-20

    A three-body model of $^{14}$C+n+n is applied to study the energy spectrum and the hindered $E$2 transition in $^{16}$C. A realistic two-nucleon potential is used for the valence neutrons. Both spin singlet and triplet components for the neutrons are taken into account. The three-body problem with a Pauli constraint is solved in a stochastic variational method. For the n-$^{14}$C potential chosen to reproduce the properties of $^{15}$C, the low-lying energy spectrum agrees reasonably well with experiment, but the ground state is predicted to be about 1 MeV high. The calculated $B(E2$; $2_1^+ \\to 0^+_1)$ value is about twice the measured value if the polarization charge of the valence neutrons is taken to be the same as that required to fit the $^{15}$C data. The correlated motion of the valence neutrons is displayed through the two-neutron density distribution.

  15. B(E2) value of even-even 108-112Pd isotopes by interacting boson model-1*

    CERN Preprints

    Hossain, I; Ahmad, I M; Saeed, M A

    2013-01-01

    This work studies the systematic reduced transition probabilities B(E2), intrinsic quadrupole moments and deformation parameters of Pd isotopes with even neutrons from N= 62 to 66. The downward reduced transition probabilities B(E2) from gamma transition 8+ to 6+, 6+ to 4+, 4+ to 2+ and 2+ to 0+ states of even-even 108-112Pd isotopes were calculated by the Interacting Boson Model (IBM-1) and compared with the available previous experimental results. The ratio of the excitation energies of the first 4+ and the first 2+ excited states, R4/2, is also studied for the classification of symmetry of these nuclei. Furthermore we have studied systematically the transition rate R of some of the low-lying quadrupole collective states in comparison with the available experimental data. The associated quadrupole moments and deformation parameters have been calculated. The results of this calculation are in good agreement with the corresponding available experimental data. The 108-112Pd isotopes show the O(6) symmetry.

  16. The E2/M1 and C2/M1 ratios and form factors in N -> Delta transitions

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    L. Tiator; D. Drechsel; O. Hanstein; S. S. Kamalov; S. N. Yang

    2000-12-13

    A partial wave analysis of pion photoproduction has been obtained in the framework of fixed-t dispersion relations valid from threshold up to 500 MeV. In the resonance region we have precisely determined the electromagnetic properties of the \\Delta(1232) resonance, in particular the E2/M1 ratio R_{EM}=(-2.5 +- 0.1) %. For pion electroproduction recent experimental data from Mainz, Bates and JLab for Q^2 up to 4.0 (GeV/c)^2 have been analyzed with two different models, an isobar model (MAID) and a dynamical model. The E2/M1 ratios extracted with these two models show, starting from a small and negative value at the real photon point, a clear tendency to cross zero, and become positive with increasing Q^2. This is a possible indication of a very slow approach toward the pQCD region. The C2/M1 ratio near the photon point is found as R_{SM}(0)=(-6.5 +- 0.5) %. At high Q^2 the absolute value of the ratio is strongly increasing, a further indication that pQCD is not yet reached.

  17. Identification of Highly Deformed Even-Even Nuclides in the Neutron- and Proton-Rich Regions of the Nuclear Chart from the B(E2) and E2 Predictions in the Generalized Differential Equation Model

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    R. C. Nayak; S. Pattnaik

    2015-08-04

    We identify here possible occurrence of large deformations in the neutron- and proton-rich regions of the nuclear chart from extensive predictions of the values of the reduced quadrupole transition probability B-E2 for the transition from the ground state to the first 2+ state and the corresponding excitation energy E2 of even-even nuclei in the recently developed Generalized Differential Equation model exclusively meant for these physical quantities. This is made possible from our analysis of the predicted values of these two physical quantities and the corresponding deformation parameters derived from them such as the quadrupole deformation beta-2, the ratio of beta-2 to the Weisskopf single-particle beta-2 and the intrinsic electric quadruplole moment , calculated for a large number of both known as well as hitherto unknown even-even isotopes of Oxygen to Fermium (Z=8 to 100). Our critical analysis of the resulting data convincingly support possible existence of large collectivity for the nuclides 30,32 Ne, 34 Mg, 60 Ti, 42,62,64 Cr, 50,68 Fe, 52,72 Ni, 72,70,96 Kr, 74,76 Sr,78,80,106,108 Zr , 82,84,110,112 Mo, 140 Te,144 Xe, 148 Ba, 122 Ce, 128,156 Nd, 130,132,158,160 Sm and 138,162,164,166 Gd, whose values of beta-2 are found to exceed 0.3 and even 0.4 in some cases. Our findings of large deformations in the exotic neutron-rich regions support the existence of another Island of Inversion in the heavy-mass region possibly caused by breaking of the N=70 sub-shell closure.

  18. Consequences of omitting spin-orbit partner configurations on B(E2)'s and quadrupole moments in nuclei

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    Larry Zamick; Yitzhak Sharon; Shadow Robinson; Matthew Harper

    2015-03-24

    Calculations of B(E2)'s and quadruplole moments in the g_{9/2 region below ^{100} Sn are hampered by the fact that the inclusion of the g_{7/2}configuration leads to model spaces that are too large to handle. We therefore examine lighter nuclei if the fp region where one can easily include all the orbitals, f,{}_{7/2}, p_{3/2}, p_{1/2}and f_{5/2} . We perform such calculations but then take a step back and exclude the f_{5/2} orbital. By comparing the 2 calculations we can hope to get insight into the importance of the missing spin-orbit partner in other regions.

  19. Unitary ambiguity in the extraction of the E2/M1 ratio for the $? N\\leftrightarrow?$ transition

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    P. Wilhelm; Th. Wilbois; H. Arenhoevel

    1996-06-10

    The resonant electric quadrupole amplitude in the transition $\\gamma N\\leftrightarrow\\Delta(1232)$ is of great interest for the understanding of baryon structure. Various dynamical models have been developed to extract it from the corresponding photoproduction multipole of pions on nucleons. It is shown that once such a model is specified, a whole class of unitarily equivalent models can be constructed, all of them providing exactly the same fit to the experimental data. However, they may predict quite different resonant amplitudes. Therefore, the extraction of the E2/M1($\\gamma N\\leftrightarrow\\Delta$) ratio (bare or dressed) which is based on a dynamical model using a largely phenomenological $\\pi N$ interaction is not unique.

  20. Simulating Astro-E2 Observations of Galaxy Clusters: the Case of Turbulent Cores Affected by Tsunamis

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    Fujita, Y; Wada, K; Furusho, T; Fujita, Yutaka; Matsumoto, Tomoaki; Wada, Keiichi; Furusho, Tae

    2004-01-01

    This is the first attempt to construct detailed X-ray spectra of clusters of galaxies from the results of high-resolution hydrodynamic simulations and simulate X-ray observations in order to study velocity fields of the intracluster medium (ICM). The hydrodynamic simulations are based on the recently proposed tsunami model, in which cluster cores are affected by bulk motions of the ICM and turbulence is produced. We note that most other solutions of the cooling flow problem also involve the generation of turbulence in cluster cores. From the mock X-ray observations with Astro-E2 XRS, we find that turbulent motion of the ICM in cluster cores could be detected with the satellite. The Doppler shifts of the metal lines could be used to discriminate among turbulence models. The gas velocities measured through the mock observations are consistent with the line-emission weighted values inferred directly from hydrodynamic simulations.

  1. Simulating Astro-E2 Observations of Galaxy Clusters: the Case of Turbulent Cores Affected by Tsunamis

    Astrophysics (arXiv)

    Yutaka Fujita; Tomoaki Matsumoto; Keiichi Wada; Tae Furusho

    2004-12-14

    This is the first attempt to construct detailed X-ray spectra of clusters of galaxies from the results of high-resolution hydrodynamic simulations and simulate X-ray observations in order to study velocity fields of the intracluster medium (ICM). The hydrodynamic simulations are based on the recently proposed tsunami model, in which cluster cores are affected by bulk motions of the ICM and turbulence is produced. We note that most other solutions of the cooling flow problem also involve the generation of turbulence in cluster cores. From the mock X-ray observations with Astro-E2 XRS, we find that turbulent motion of the ICM in cluster cores could be detected with the satellite. The Doppler shifts of the metal lines could be used to discriminate among turbulence models. The gas velocities measured through the mock observations are consistent with the line-emission weighted values inferred directly from hydrodynamic simulations.

  2. An Update of B(E2) Evaluation for 0+1 -> 2+1 Transitions in Even-Even Nuclei near N~Z~28

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    B. Pritychenko; J. Choquette; M. Horoi; B. Karamy; B. Singh

    2011-05-16

    An update of B(E2) evaluation for even-even Cr, Fe, Ni and Zn nuclei has been presented. Current update is a continuation of S. Raman work on B(E2) values and was motivated by large numbers of new measurements. It extends the previous evaluation from 20 to 38 nuclei and includes comprehensive shell model analysis. Evaluation policies for analysis of experimental data have been discussed. Future plans for complete B(E2;0+1 -> 2+1) evaluation of even-even nuclei are outlined.

  3. Supplementary Information Figure S1 SDS-PAGE analysis of rhE2/E3BP:rhE3 stoichiometry

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    Gilbert, David

    1 Supplementary Information Figure S1 SDS-PAGE analysis of rhE2/E3BP:rhE3 stoichiometry Peak fractions from GFC separation of rhE2/E3BP:rhE3 at a range of stiochiometries were analysed by SDS-PAGE. (A) Void volume (38 ml) GFC peak fractions confirm the incorporation of rhE3 in the complex. (B) GFC peak

  4. CPSC 505 Assignment 5 Solutions a) The direct irradiance on plane 1 is E0 cos . A fraction, , of E2, the total irradiance on

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    Woodham, Robert J.

    CPSC 505 Assignment 5 Solutions a) The direct irradiance on plane 1 is E0 cos . A fraction, , of E2, the total irradiance on plane 2, is reflected. Exactly half of this contributes via inter-reflection to E1, the total irradiance on plane 1. Thus, E1 = E0 cos + 1/2 E2 Similarly, the direct irradiance on plane 2

  5. Tentative detection of ethylene glycol toward W51/e2 and G34.3+0.2

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    Lykke, Julie M; Bergin, Edwin A; Jørgensen, Jes K

    2015-01-01

    How complex organic - and potentially prebiotic - molecules are formed in regions of low- and high-mass star-formation remains a central question in astrochemistry. In particular, with just a few sources studied in detail, it is unclear what role environment plays in complex molecule formation. In this light, a comparison of relative abundances of related species between sources might be useful to explain observed differences. We seek to measure the relative abundance between three important complex organic molecules, ethylene glycol ((CH$_2$OH)$_2$), glycolaldehyde (CH$_2$OHCHO) and methyl formate (HCOOCH$_3$), toward high-mass protostars and thereby provide additional constraints on their formation pathways. We use IRAM 30-m single dish observations of the three species toward two high-mass star-forming regions - W51/e2 and G34.3+0.2 - and report a tentative detection of (CH2OH)2 toward both sources. Assuming that (CH$_2$OH)$_2$, CH$_2$OHCHO and HCOOCH$_3$ spatially coexist, relative abundance ratios, HCOOC...

  6. Orientation and Rotational Parameters of Asteroid 4179 Toutatis: New Insights from Chang'e-2's Close Flyby

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    Zhao, Yuhui; Huang, Jiangchuan; Hu, Shoucun; Hou, Xiyun; Li, Yuan; Ip, Wing-Huen

    2015-01-01

    In this work, we investigate the rotational dynamics of the ginger-shaped near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis, which was closely observed by Chang'e-2 at a distance of $770\\pm120~$ meters from the asteroid's surface during the outbound flyby \\citep{Huang2013} on 13 December 2012. A sequence of high-resolution images was acquired during the flyby mission. In combination with ground-based radar observations collected over the last two decades, we analyze these flyby images and determine the orientation of the asteroid at the flyby epoch. The 3-1-3 Euler angles of the conversion matrix from the J2000 ecliptic coordinate system to the body-fixed frame are evaluated to be $-20.1^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$, $27.6^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$ and $42.2^\\circ\\pm1^\\circ$, respectively. The least-squares method is utilized to determine the rotational parameters and spin state of Toutatis. The characteristics of the spin-state parameters and angular momentum variations are extensively studied using numerical simulations, which confirm those re...

  7. Effects of the spin-orbit and tensor interactions on the M1 and E2 excitations in light nuclei

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    Fayache, M S; Zamick, L; Von Neumann-Cosel, P; Richter, A

    1996-01-01

    The effects of varying the spin-orbit and tensor components of a realistic interaction on M1 excitation rates and B(E2)'s are studied on nuclei in the 0p and 1s-0d shells. Not only the total M1 but also the spin and orbital parts separately are studied. The single-particle energies are first calculated with the same interaction that is used between the valence nucleons. Later this stringent condition is relaxed somewhat and the 1s level is raised relative to 0d. For nuclei up to ^{28}Si, much better results i.e stronger B(M1) rates are obtained by increasing the strength of the spin-orbit interaction relative to the free value. This is probably also true for ^{32}S, but ^{36}Ar presents some difficulties. The effects of weakening the tensor interaction are also studied. On a more subtle level, the optimum spin-orbit interaction in the lower half of the s-d shell, as far as M1 excitations are concerned, is substantially larger than the difference E(J=3/2^+)_1-E(J=5/2^+)_1=5.2~MeV in ^{17}O. A larger spin-orbit...

  8. Effects of the Spin-Orbit and Tensor Interactions on the $M1$ and $E2$ Excitations in Light Nuclei

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    M. S. Fayache; Y. Y. Sharon; L. Zamick; P. von Neumann-Cosel; A. Richter

    1996-04-02

    The effects of varying the spin-orbit and tensor components of a realistic interaction on $M1$ excitation rates and $B(E2)'s$ are studied on nuclei in the $0p$ and $1s-0d$ shells. Not only the total $M1$ but also the spin and orbital parts separately are studied. The single-particle energies are first calculated with the same interaction that is used between the valence nucleons. Later this stringent condition is relaxed somewhat and the $1s$ level is raised relative to $0d$. For nuclei up to $^{28}Si$, much better results i.e stronger $B(M1)$ rates are obtained by increasing the strength of the spin-orbit interaction relative to the free value. This is probably also true for $^{32}S$, but $^{36}Ar$ presents some difficulties. The effects of weakening the tensor interaction are also studied. On a more subtle level, the optimum spin-orbit interaction in the lower half of the $s-d$ shell, as far as $M1$ excitations are concerned, is substantially larger than the difference $E(J=3/2^+)_1-E(J=5/2^+)_1=5.2~MeV$ in $^{17}O$. A larger spin-orbit splitting is also needed to destroy the triaxiality in $^{22}Ne$. Also studied are how much $M1$ orbital and spin strength lies in an observable region and how much is buried in the grass at higher energies. It is noted that for many nuclei the sum $B(M1)_{orbital}+B(M1)_{spin}$ is very close to $B(M1)_{total}$, indicating that the summed cross terms are very small.

  9. A Differential Equation for the Transition Probability B(E2) and the Resulting Recursion Relations connecting Even-Even Nuclei

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    S. Pattnaik; R. C. Nayak

    2014-05-07

    We obtain here a new relation for the reduced electric quadrupole transition probability B(E2) of a given nucleus in terms of its derivatives with respect to neutron and proton numbers based on a similar local energy relation in the Infinite Nuclear Matter (INM) model of Atomic Nuclei, which is essentially built on the foundation of the Hugenholtz-Van Hove Theorem of many-body theory. Obviously such a relation in the form of a differential equation is expected to be more powerful than the usual algebraic difference equations. Although the relation for B(E2) has been perceived simply on the basis of a corresponding differential equation for the local energy in the INM model, its theoretical foundation otherwise has been clearly demonstrated. We further exploit the differential equation in using the very definitions of the derivatives to obtain two different recursion relations for B(E2) , connecting in each case three neighboring even-even nuclei from lower to higher mass numbers and vice-verse. We demonstrate their numerical validity using available data throughout the nuclear chart and also explore their possible utility in predicting B(E2) values.

  10. STRONG AND TOUGH STEEL WELDS Murugananth M. 1 , Bhadeshia H. K. D. H. 1 , Keehan E. 2 , Andrn H. O. 2 , Karlsson L. 3

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    Cambridge, University of

    STRONG AND TOUGH STEEL WELDS Murugananth M. 1 , Bhadeshia H. K. D. H. 1 , Keehan E. 2 , Andrén H. O, Gothenburg, Sweden ABSTRACT It is frequently observed that the toughness of a steel or steel weld metal for the Ni#21;Mn e#27;ect in relation to the improved toughness of high nickel low manganese welds

  11. Characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana SufE2 and SufE3 FUNCTIONS IN CHLOROPLAST IRON-SULFUR CLUSTER ASSEMBLY AND

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    Characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana SufE2 and SufE3 FUNCTIONS IN CHLOROPLAST IRON-SULFUR. thaliana CpSufE, partici- pate in sulfur mobilization for Fe-S biosynthesis through activa- tion the energy and reducing power for photosynthetic car- bon reduction and assimilation, as well as for sulfur

  12. J. Am. Chem. SOC.1989, 111, 1645-1654 1645 A Gas-Phase E2 Reaction: Methoxide Ion and Bromopropanet

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    Ellison, Barney

    J. Am. Chem. SOC.1989, 111, 1645-1654 1645 A Gas-Phase E2 Reaction: Methoxide Ion and Bromopropanet a procedure for studying gas-phase ion-molecule chemistry in which the reaction pathway is elucidated chromatography and the individual components identified by their retention times and electron impact mass spectra

  13. E2F1 identified by promoter and biochemical analysis as a central target of glioblastoma cell-cycle arrest in response to ras inhibition

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    Shamir, Ron

    of glioblastoma multiforme. Recent studies showed that the Ras inhibitor farnesyl thiosalicylic acid downregulates- poxia-inducible factor-1a represents 2 distinct arms of the antion- cogenic effect of Ras inhibitors in glioblastoma. ' 2006 Wiley-Liss, Inc. Key words: ras; glioblastoma; ras inhibitors; FTS; E2F1 Overexpression

  14. ION GNSS 2011, Session E2, Portland, OR, 20-23 September 2011 Page 1 of 14 Context-aware Adaptive Extended Kalman

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    Calgary, University of

    ION GNSS 2011, Session E2, Portland, OR, 20-23 September 2011 Page 1 of 14 Context-aware Adaptive system simulation and assessment, space applications of GNSS, carrier phase positioning, and local algorithm. The use of external information in a context- aware programming framework to improve GPS

  15. B(E2) strength ratio of one-phonon 2+ states of 94Zr from electron scattering at low momentum transfer

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    A. Scheikh Obeid; S. Aslanidou; J. Birkhan; A. Krugmann; P. von Neumann-Cosel; N. Pietralla; I. Poltoratska; V. Yu. Ponomarev

    2014-02-28

    Background: The B(E2) transition strength to the 2+_2 state in 94Zr was initially reported to be larger by a factor of 1.63 than the one to the 2+_1 state from lifetime measurements with the Doppler-shift attenuation method (DSAM) using the (n,n'gamma) reaction [E. Elhami et al., Phys. Rev. C 75, 011301(R) (2007)]. This surprising behavior was recently revised in a new measurement by the same group using the same experimental technique leading to a ratio below unity as expected in vibrational nuclei. Purpose: The goal is an independent determination of the ratio of B(E2) strengths for the transitions to the 2+_(1,2) states of 94Zr with inelastic electron scattering. Method: The relative population of the 2+_(1,2) states in (e,e') reactions was measured at the SDALINAC in a momentum transfer range q = 0.17 - 0.51 fm^(-1) and analyzed in plane-wave Born approximation with the method described in A. Scheikh Obeid et al., Phys. Rev. C 87, 014337 (2013). Results: The extracted B(E2) strength ratio of 0.789(43) between the excitation of the 2+_1 and 2+_2 states of 94Zr is consistent with but more precise than the latest (n,n'gamma) experiment. Using the B(E2) transition strength to the fi?rst excited state from the literature a value of 3.9(9) W.u. is deduced for the B(E2; 2+_2 -> 0+_1) transition. Conclusions: The electron scattering result independently confirms the latest interpretation of the different (n,n'gamma) results for the transition to the 2+_2 state in 94Zr.

  16. F589 -PRIMEIRA LISTA DE EXERCICIOS Nessa lista usaremos a convenc~ao de que os sistemas inerciais 1 e 2 tem suas origens

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    de Aguiar, Marcus A. M.

    ¸c~ao de x em rela¸c~ao ao sistema 1. 1. Por defini¸c~ao a energia cin´etica ´e conservada em uma colis~ao el´astica. Mostre, usando as equa¸c~oes de transforma¸c~ao Galileana, que se a colis~ao ´e el inerciais 1 e 2 tem suas origens coincidindo em t = 0 e tal que o sistema 2 se move com velocidade v na dire

  17. B(E2) strength ratio of one-phonon 2+ states of 94Zr from electron scattering at low momentum transfer

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    Obeid, A Scheikh; Birkhan, J; Krugmann, A; von Neumann-Cosel, P; Pietralla, N; Poltoratska, I; Ponomarev, V Yu

    2014-01-01

    Background: The B(E2) transition strength to the 2+_2 state in 94Zr was initially reported to be larger by a factor of 1.63 than the one to the 2+_1 state from lifetime measurements with the Doppler-shift attenuation method (DSAM) using the (n,n'gamma) reaction [E. Elhami et al., Phys. Rev. C 75, 011301(R) (2007)]. This surprising behavior was recently revised in a new measurement by the same group using the same experimental technique leading to a ratio below unity as expected in vibrational nuclei. Purpose: Independent determination of the ratio of B(E2) strengths for the transitions to the 2+_(1,2) states of 94Zr with inelastic electron scattering. Method: The relative population of the 2+_(1,2) states in (e,e') reactions was measured at the SDALINAC in a momentum transfer range q = 0.17 - 0.51 fm^(-1) and analyzed in plane-wave Born approximation with the method described in A. Scheikh Obeid et al., Phys. Rev. C 87, 014337 (2013). Results: The extracted B(E2) strength ratio of 0.789(43) between the excita...

  18. Aero III/IV Sheet 2 Solutions 1 A. G. Walton 5 ' % n +c + 52 n 25 ' E% n +2 n 2E% n + ' %2 +2 n 2% n E2+ n 2%+

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    Walton, Andrew G

    Aero III/IV Sheet 2 Solutions 1 A. G. Walton 1(i) 5 ' % n +c + 52 n 25 ' E% n +2 n 2E% n + ' %2 +2 n 2% n E2+ n 2%+ , ' %2 +2 n 2% c ' 2+E n % (ii) 5 ' %n+ %!+ %!+ ' %!+ % n+ , ' %*E%2 n +2 c ' +*E%2 n +2 (iii) t?5 ' t?E% n + ' t?%ULt + n ULt %t?+ ' t?%ULt + n ULt %t?+ , ' t?%ULt+ c ' ULt %t

  19. E2 strengths and transition radii difference of one-phonon 2+ states of 92Zr from electron scattering at low momentum transfer

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    A. Scheikh Obeid; O. Burda; M. Chernykh; A. Krugmann; P. von Neumann-Cosel; N. Pietralla; I. Poltoratska; V. Yu. Ponomarev; C. Walz

    2013-01-09

    Background: Mixed-symmetry 2+ states in vibrational nuclei are characterized by a sign change between dominant proton and neutron valence-shell components with respect to the fully symmetric 2+ state. The sign can be measured by a decomposition of proton and neutron transition radii with a combination of inelastic electron and hadron scattering [C. Walz et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 062501 (2011)]. For the case of 92Zr, a difference could be experimentally established for the neutron components, while about equal proton transition radii were indicated by the data. Method: Differential cross sections for the excitation of one-phonon 2+ and 3- states in 92Zr have been measured with the (e,e') reaction at the S-DALINAC in a momentum transfer range q = 0.3-0.6 fm^(-1). Results: Transition strengths B(E2;2+_1 -> 0+_1) = 6.18(23), B(E2; 2+_2 -> 0+_1) = 3.31(10) and B(E3; 3-_1 -> 0+_1) = 18.4(11) Weisskopf units are determined from a comparison of the experimental cross sections to quasiparticle-phonon model (QPM) calculations. It is shown that a model-independent plane wave Born approximation (PWBA) analysis can fix the ratio of B(E2) transition strengths to the 2+_(1,2) states with a precision of about 1%. The method furthermore allows to extract their proton transition radii difference. With the present data -0.12(51) fm is obtained. Conclusions: Electron scattering at low momentum transfers can provide information on transition radii differences of one-phonon 2+ states even in heavy nuclei. Proton transition radii for the 2+_(1,2) states in 92Zr are found to be identical within uncertainties. The g.s. transition probability for the mixed-symmetry state can be determined with high precision limited only by the available experimental information on the B(E2; 2+_1 -> 0+_1) value.

  20. New charged Higgs effects on $?_{K_{e2}}/?_{K_{?2}}$, $f_{D_s}$ and ${\\cal B}(B^+\\to ?^+ ?)$ in the Two-Higgs-Doublet model

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    Y. H. Ahn; Chuan-Hung Chen

    2010-05-12

    A new scheme for Yukawa matrices is proposed for free of flavor changing neutral currents (FCNCs) at tree level in general two-Higgs-doublet model (THDM) without imposing symmetry. We find that the new type couplings of charged Higgs to fermions not only depend on the flavors, but also can be ascribed by new CP violating phases. Unlike conventional THDM, the resulted new charged Higgs effects could have the specialties: (a) the influence on $\\Gamma(K^\\pm_{e 2})/\\Gamma(K^\\pm_{\\mu 2})$ cannot be eliminated, (b) the decay constant of $D_s$ could be enhanced, and (c) enhancement of branching ratio for $B^+\\to \\tau^+ \

  1. Multipole (E1, M1, E2, M2) transition wavelengths and rates between states with n<= 6 in heliumlike carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, neon, silicon, and argon

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    I. M. Savukov; W. R. Johnson; U. I. Safronova

    2002-05-10

    Transition wavelengths and rates are given for E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions between singlet and triplet S, P, D, and F states in heliumlike ions of astrophysical interest: carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, neon, silicon, and argon. All possible transitions between states with n <= 6 are considered. Wave functions and energies are calculated using the relativistic configuration-interaction (CI) method including both Coulomb and Breit interactions. For transitions to the ground state, the present theoretical wavelengths agree to five digits with precise measurements.

  2. Probing the shell valence structure underlying the B(E2: 0+->2+) for N,Z~40: preponderance of the p-n interaction over the sub-shell closures

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    Isabelle Deloncle; Brigitte Roussiere

    2003-09-19

    The very simple product of the number of particles by the number of holes appearing in the expression of the reduced B(E2:0+->2+) transition probability of even-even nuclei obtained from the extension of the seniority scheme is used to analyze the experimental B(E2:0+->2+) values in the Cr up to Se isotopes. A new interpretation is given to the B(E2:0+->2+) measured in 68Ni and 70Zn. The B(E2:0+->2+) features of the even-even nuclei between Ni and Se with neutron number ranging from 28 up to 50 fit in with a global scenario involving p-n interaction. The evolution of the B(E2:0+->2+) curves presenting very large values is amazingly reproduced by very schematic binomial calculations.

  3. ON THE ADAMS E2E2E2-TERM FOR ELLIPTIC COHOMOLOGY Andrew Baker

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    Baker, Andrew J.

    cooperation algebras are arithmetically interesting. Moreover, their reductions modulo a prime p reflect of the cooperation algebra EE on a firm footing, and attention has turned to applications in stable homotopy theory, Adams spectral sequence, modular form, Hopf algebroid. This paper is dedicated to Peter May on his 60th

  4. Global Mg/Si and Al/Si Distributions on Lunar Surface Derived from Chang'E-2 X-ray Spectrometer

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    Dong, Wu-Dong; Zhu, Meng-Hua; Xu, Aoao; Tang, Zesheng

    2015-01-01

    X-ray fluorescence remote sensing technique plays a significant role in the chemical compositions research of the Moon. Here we describe the data analysis method for China's Chang'E-2 X-ray spectrometer (CE2XRS) in detail and present the preliminary results: the first global Mg/Si and Al/Si maps on the lunar surface. Our results show that the distributions of Mg/Si and Al/Si correlate well with the terrains of the Moon. The higher Mg/Si ratio corresponding to the mare regions while the lower value corresponding to the highland terrains. The map of Al/Si ratio shows a reverse relationship with the map of Mg/Si ratio.

  5. Biochem. J. (2008) 414, e1e2 (Printed in Great Britain) doi:10.1042/BJ20081438 e1 Arfs and membrane lipids: sensing, generating and responding to

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    McMahon, Harvey

    2008-01-01

    Biochem. J. (2008) 414, e1­e2 (Printed in Great Britain) doi:10.1042/BJ20081438 e1 COMMENTARY Arfs,2]. Additionally, as many of these proteins contain multiple interaction domains and hence could provide a scaffold

  6. Evolution of E2 transition strength in deformed hafnium isotopes from new measurements on $^{172}$Hf, $^{174}$Hf, and $^{176}$Hf

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    M. Rudigier; K. Nomura; M. Dannhoff; R-B. Gerst; J. Jolie; N. Saed-Samii; S. Stegemann; J-M. Régis; L. M. Robledo; R. Rodríguez-Guzmán; A. Blazhev; Ch. Fransen; N. Warr; K. O. Zell

    2015-04-07

    The available data for E2 transition strengths in the region between neutron-deficient Hf and Pt isotopes are far from complete. More and precise data are needed to enhance the picture of structure evolution in this region and to test state-of-the-art nuclear models. In a simple model, the maximum collectivity is expected at the middle of the major shell. However, for actual nuclei, this picture may no longer be the case, and one should use a more realistic nuclear-structure model. We address this point by studying the spectroscopy of Hf. We remeasure the 2^+_1 half-lives of 172,174,176Hf, for which there is some disagreement in the literature. The main goal is to measure, for the first time, the half-lives of higher-lying states of the rotational band. The new results are compared to a theoretical calculation for absolute transition strengths. The half-lives were measured using \\gamma-\\gamma and conversion-electron-\\gamma delayed coincidences with the fast timing method. For the determination of half-lives in the picosecond region, the generalized centroid difference method was applied. For the theoretical calculation of the spectroscopic properties, the interacting boson model is employed, whose Hamiltonian is determined based on microscopic energy-density functional calculations. The measured 2^+_1 half-lives disagree with results from earlier \\gamma-\\gamma fast timing measurements, but are in agreement with data from Coulomb excitation experiments and other methods. Half-lives of the 4^+_1 and 6^+_1 states were measured, as well as a lower limit for the 8^+_1 states. We show the importance of the mass-dependence of effective boson charge in the description of E2 transition rates in chains of nuclei. It encourages further studies of the microscopic origin of this mass dependence. New data on transition rates in nuclei from neighboring isotopic chains could support these studies.

  7. Magicity and occurrence of band with enhanced B(E2) in neutron-rich nuclei 68Ni and 90Zr

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    K. Kaneko; M. Hasegawa; T. Mizusaki; Y. Sun

    2006-08-02

    Experimental energy spectrum and B(E2) values in 68Ni and 90Zr indicate a double-magic character in these neutron-rich nuclei with N or Z=40. The data nevertheless do not show any pronounced irregularity in two-nucleon separation energy. To understand the underlying physics, we carry out both shell-model and mean-field calculations. The shell-model calculation can well reproduce all the observations. It is understood from the mean-field results for 68Ni that the shell gap at N=40 disappears due to dynamical correlations of the isovector J=0 pairing interaction. In 90Zr, however, such a dynamic process with the J=0 pairing appears not important because of the strong contribution of the J>0 interaction. We study also level schemes in the Ni isotopes and N=50 isotones. We predict a new band built on the $0_{2}^{+}$ state in both 68Ni and 90Zr. The states of this band are dominated by two-particle-two-hole excitations from the fp-shell to the intruder g_{9/2} orbit.

  8. Effective theory for the non-rigid rotor in an electromagnetic field: Toward accurate and precise calculations of E2 transitions in deformed nuclei

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    E. A. Coello Pérez; T. Papenbrock

    2015-07-16

    We present a model-independent approach to electric quadrupole transitions of deformed nuclei. Based on an effective theory for axially symmetric systems, the leading interactions with electromagnetic fields enter as minimal couplings to gauge potentials, while subleading corrections employ gauge-invariant non-minimal couplings. This approach yields transition operators that are consistent with the Hamiltonian, and the power counting of the effective theory provides us with theoretical uncertainty estimates. We successfully test the effective theory in homonuclear molecules that exhibit a large separation of scales. For ground-state band transitions of rotational nuclei, the effective theory describes data well within theoretical uncertainties at leading order. In order to probe the theory at subleading order, data with higher precision would be valuable. For transitional nuclei, next-to-leading order calculations and the high-precision data are consistent within the theoretical uncertainty estimates. We also study the faint inter-band transitions within the effective theory and focus on the $E2$ transitions from the $0^+_2$ band (the "$\\beta$ band") to the ground-state band. Here, the predictions from the effective theory are consistent with data for several nuclei, thereby proposing a solution to a long-standing challenge.

  9. Radiative rates for E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions in F-like ions with 37 $\\le$ Z $\\le$ 53

    CERN Preprints

    Aggarwal, K M

    2015-01-01

    Calculations of energy levels, radiative rates and lifetimes are reported for 17 F-like ions with 37 $\\le$ Z $\\le$ 53. For brevity, results are only presented among the lowest 113 levels of the 2s$^2$2p$^5$, 2s2p$^6$, 2s$^2$2p$^4$3$\\ell$, 2s2p$^5$3$\\ell$, and 2p$^6$3$\\ell$ configurations, although the calculations have been performed for up to 501 levels in each ion. The general-purpose relativistic atomic structure package (GRASP) has been adopted for the calculations, and radiative rates (along with oscillator strengths and line strengths) are listed for all E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions of the ions. Comparisons are made with earlier available experimental and theoretical energies, although these are limited to only a few levels for most ions. Therefore for additional accuracy assessments, particularly for energy levels, analogous calculations have been performed with the Flexible Atomic Code (FAC), for up to 72~259 levels. Limited previous results are available for radiative rates for comparison purposes,...

  10. Radiative rates for E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions in Br-like ions with 43 $\\le$ Z $\\le$ 50

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    Aggarwal, K M

    2015-01-01

    Energies and lifetimes are reported for the eight Br-like ions with 43 $\\le$ Z $\\le$ 50, namely Tc ~IX, Ru~X, Rh~XI, Pd~XII, Ag~XIII, Cd~XIV, In~XV, and Sn~XVI. Results are listed for the lowest 375 levels, which mostly belong to the 4s$^2$4p$^5$, 4s$^2$4p$^4$4$\\ell$, 4s4p$^6$, 4s$^2$4p$^4$5$\\ell$, 4s$^2$4p$^3$4d$^2$, 4s4p$^5$4$\\ell$, and 4s4p$^5$5$\\ell$ configurations. Extensive configuration interaction among 39 configurations (generating 3990 levels) has been considered and the general-purpose relativistic atomic structure package ({\\sc grasp}) has been adopted for the calculations. Radiative rates are listed for all E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions involving the lowest 375 levels. Previous experimental and theoretical energies are available for only a few levels of three, namely Ru~X, Rh~XI and Pd~XII. Differences with the measured energies are up to 4\\% but the present results are an improvement (by up to 0.3 Ryd) in comparison to other recently reported theoretical data. Similarly for radiative rates and ...

  11. Shell-model test of the rotational-model relation between static quadrupole moments Q(2^+_1), B(E2)'s, and orbital M1 transitions

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    S. J. Q. Robinson; L. Zamick; A. Escuderos; R. W. Fearick; P. von Neumann-Cosel; A. Richter

    2005-08-25

    In this work, we examine critically the relation between orbital magnetic dipole (scissors mode) strength and quadrupole deformation properties. Assuming a simple K=0 ground state band in an even-even nucleus, the quantities Q(2^+_1) (i.e., the static quadrupole moment) and B(E2)_{0_1 \\to 2_1} both are described by a single parameter--the intrinsic quadrupole moment Q_0. In the shell model, we can operationally define Q_0(Static) and Q_0(BE2) and see if they are the same. Following a brief excursion to the sd shell, we perform calculations in the fp shell. The nuclei we consider ({44,46,48}Ti and {48,50}Cr) are far from being perfect rotors, but we find that the calculated ratio Q_0(Static)/Q_0(BE2) is in many cases surprisingly close to one. We also discuss the collectivity of orbital magnetic dipole transitions. We find that the large orbital B(M1) strength in {44}Ti relative to {46}Ti and {48}Ti cannot be explained by simple deformation arguments.

  12. Evolution of E2 transition strength in deformed hafnium isotopes from new measurements on $^{172}$Hf, $^{174}$Hf, and $^{176}$Hf

    CERN Preprints

    Rudigier, M; Dannhoff, M; Gerst, R-B; Jolie, J; Saed-Samii, N; Stegemann, S; Régis, J-M; Robledo, L M; Rodríguez-Guzmán, R; Blazhev, A; Fransen, Ch; Warr, N; Zell, K O

    2015-01-01

    The available data for E2 transition strengths in the region between neutron-deficient Hf and Pt isotopes are far from complete. More and precise data are needed to enhance the picture of structure evolution in this region and to test state-of-the-art nuclear models. In a simple model, the maximum collectivity is expected at the middle of the major shell. However, for actual nuclei, this picture may no longer be the case, and one should use a more realistic nuclear-structure model. We address this point by studying the spectroscopy of Hf. We remeasure the 2^+_1 half-lives of 172,174,176Hf, for which there is some disagreement in the literature. The main goal is to measure, for the first time, the half-lives of higher-lying states of the rotational band. The new results are compared to a theoretical calculation for absolute transition strengths. The half-lives were measured using \\gamma-\\gamma and conversion-electron-\\gamma delayed coincidences with the fast timing method. For the determination of half-lives i...

  13. Comment on E2 Contribution to the 8B ---> p + 7Be Coulomb Dissociation Cross Section [K. Langanke and T.D. Shoppa, Phys. Rev. C49(1994)R1771, ER(1994)

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    Moshe Gai; Carlos Bertulani

    1994-05-21

    The E2 cross section calculated by Langanke and Shoppa for the Riken experiment on the Coulomb Dissociation of 8B uses E2 nuclear matrix elements from one specific model. Other nuclear models predict a considerably smaller E2 cross section (by a pproximately a factor of 3 to 4), and Langanke and Shoppa appear to assume the most optimistic scenario predicting large E2 cross section. We also note that Barker has already criticised the nuclear model used by Langanke and Shoppa. A MODEL INDEPENDENT Chi-Square analysis of the Riken data, suggest the best fit for the current Riken data is obtained with E1 amplitudes only. The upper limit (90% confidence) on the E2 component derived from our Chi-Square analysis is considerably smaller than used by Langanke and Shoppa. The MODEL DEPENDENT analysis of Langanke-Shoppa should not be considered as a correction to the Riken result, as claimed, and their quoted S17(0) is not substantiated.

  14. The Search for a Complex Molecule in a Selected Hot Core Region: A Rigorous Attempt to Confirm trans-Ethyl Methyl Ether toward W51 e1/e2

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    Carroll, P Brandon; Blake, Geoffrey A; Apponi, A J; Ziuyrs, L M; Remijan, Anthony

    2014-01-01

    An extensive search has been conducted to confirm transitions of \\textit{trans}-ethyl methyl ether (tEME, C$_2$H$_5$OCH$_3$), toward the high mass star forming region W51 e1/e2 using the 12 m Telescope of the Arizona Radio Observatory (ARO) at wavelengths from 2 mm and 3 mm. In short, we cannot confirm the detection of tEME toward W51 e1/e2 and our results call into question the initial identification of this species by \\citet{FuchsSpace}. Additionally, reevaluation of the data from the original detection indicates that tEME is not present toward W51 e1/e2 in the abundance reported by Fuchs and colleagues. Typical peak-to-peak noise levels for the present observations of W51 e1/e2 were between 10 - 30 mK, yielding an upper limit of the tEME column density of $\\leq$ 1.5 $\\times$ 10$^{15}$ cm$^{-2}$. This would make tEME at least a factor 2 times less abundant than dimethyl ether (CH$_3$OCH$_3$) toward W51 e1/e2. We also performed an extensive search for this species toward the high mass star forming region Sgr...

  15. 43ce45e2.CMC https://mercury.cwu.edu/servlet/webacc/nt5gy9Xjautcnr9Gq4/GW... 1 of 2 01/18/2006 01:54 PM

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    Glasby, Stephen

    43ce45e2.CMC https://mercury.cwu.edu/servlet/webacc/nt5gy9Xjautcnr9Gq4/GW... 1 of 2 01/18/2006 01 https://mercury.cwu.edu/servlet/webacc/nt5gy9Xjautcnr9Gq4/GW... 2 of 2 01/18/2006 01:54 PM is computed

  16. PSW1-C0.2-D0.1-E2.4-F0.1-PSRB2-0021-02 SOLAR WIND-DRIVEN ELECTRON RADIATION BELT

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    PSW1-C0.2-D0.1-E2.4-F0.1-PSRB2-0021-02 SOLAR WIND-DRIVEN ELECTRON RADIATION BELT RESPONSE FUNCTIONS linear filters, to remove unwanted "col- ored noise" from solar wind and radiation belt electron data solar wind speed and electron flux. Sub-daily resolution response profiles covering magnetic L

  17. VOLUME 87, NUMBER 7 P HY S I CA L REV I E W L E T T ER S 13 AUGUST 2001 Search for the Lepton Family Number Violating Process n m e 2

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    Koutsoliotas, Sally

    . J. Lamm, 3 W. Marsh, 3 D. Mason, 6 J. McDonald, 7 K. S. McFarland, 8 C. McNulty, 2 D. Naples, 7 P by the standard model, since it violates lepton family number conservation (DL e # 2DLm # 2). Theories which incorporate multi­ plicative lepton number conservation [2], left­right sym­ metry [3], or the existence

  18. 42 O p t i c s & P h o t o n i c s N e w s / J u n e 2 0 0 0 How to Write

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    42 O p t i c s & P h o t o n i c s N e w s / J u n e 2 0 0 0 Education How to Write An Effective? Are the conclusions justified by the data? Does the work represent a significant advance? As an editor, I find will have a suggestion as to how the paper could be made clearer (e.g., some data could be replotted to good

  19. Help file for the function mcmc.dp.specd The model is y[i,j] ~ N(mu[i,j],sigma_e^2), where mu[i,j] has mean

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    Reich, Brian J.

    init.nu Initial value for the Matern smoothness mx.range The range's prior is Unif(0,mx.range) mx.nuHelp file for the function mcmc.dp.specd The model is y[i,j] ~ N(mu[i,j],sigma_e^2), where mu[i,j of cutoffs. MCMC returns P(mu[i,j]>cut[i,j]|data) iters Number of MCMC samples burn Number to discard as burn

  20. Math 140: Homework assignments Week one: Page 8 E2 E7 page 14 E9 b-c, E13, E15, E16, E17, E20, E21, E23 a-c Read Chapter 1

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    D'Orsogna, Maria Rita

    Math 140: Homework assignments Week one: Page 8 E2 E7 page 14 E9 b-c, E13, E15, E16, E17, E20, E21, E23 a-c Read Chapter 1 Week two: Page 39 P3, Page 41 E1, E4, E5, E6, E9, E10, E15, E16, E17 a/b, Page 63 E25, E26, E28, E29, E32, E33, E36, E41 Read Chapters 2.1, 2.2 Week three: Page 62 P23, Page 73

  1. F E AT U R E A RT I C L E 2 N E W E N G L A N D G R O U N D F I S H

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    1 F E AT U R E A RT I C L E 2 N E W E N G L A N D G R O U N D F I S H New England Groundfish stunned them. It was wonderful fishing." --Rudyard Kipling "Captains Courageous" #12;O U R L I V I N G O CA eniaMfofluGhtuoS;knaBsegroeG seY kcoddaH eniaMfofluG;knaBsegroeG seY )hsifdernaidacA(hcrepnaecO eniaMfofluG

  2. Cue1p Is an Activator of Ubc7p E2 Activityin Vitro and in Vivo* Received for publication,February 12, 2008 Published, JBC Papers in Press,March 5, 2008, DOI 10.1074/jbc.M801122200

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    Hampton, Randy

    ,February 12, 2008 Published, JBC Papers in Press,March 5, 2008, DOI 10.1074/jbc.M801122200 Omar A. Bazirgan1Cue1p Is an Activator of Ubc7p E2 Activityin Vitro and in Vivo* Received for publication, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California 92093 Ubc7p is a ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme (E2

  3. Webmail Tutorials P a g e | 2

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    Sun, Yi

    .................................................................................................................................. 31 Android?............................................................................................31 1A. Android: Automatic Setup ............................................................................................................31 1B. Android: Manual Setup

  4. E2 Advanced Biofuel Market Report 2014 1 E2 ADVANCED BIOFUEL MARKET REPORT 2014

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    by the California Air Resources Board. We develop estimates of production capacity in the industry through 2017, and may not be reported until after the fact. Our low-end estimates count projects with demonstrated the viability of certain projects as well as develop industry-wide financial figures. Key Figures · Capacity

  5. VOLUME 87, NUMBER 16 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 15 OCTOBER 2001 Measurement of J c Production in Continuum e1e2 Annihilations near

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    McDonald, Kirk

    . Abrams,5 A. W. Borgland,5 A. B. Breon,5 D. N. Brown,5 J. Button-Shafer,5 R. N. Cahn,5 A. R. Clark,5 QVOLUME 87, NUMBER 16 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 15 OCTOBER 2001 Measurement of J c Production in Continuum e1e2 Annihilations near ppp s 5 10.6 GeV B. Aubert,1 D. Boutigny,1 J.-M. Gaillard,1 A

  6. Eur. Phys. J. E 2, 5965 (2000) THE EUROPEAN

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    Fournier, Jean-Baptiste - Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes, Université Paris 7

    2000-01-01

    de- fines a persistence length above which the membrane is crumpled [4,5]. Nematic liquid crystals Fisica Springer-Verlag 2000 Effective anchoring and scaling in nematic liquid crystals J.-B. Fournier pattern, and to determine the limitations of this effective description. PACS. 61.30.-v Liquid crystals

  7. P a g e | 2 TableofContents

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    Chisholm, Rex L.

    .............................................................................................................. 7 Health and Biomedical Informatics ....................................................................................................... 7 Health Services and Outcomes Research

  8. Regulamentos Normas de 1 e 2 ciclos e ciclos integrados

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    Instituto de Sistemas e Robotica

    especiais do IST 81 14. Regulamento da coordenação de curso 84 15. Regulamento dos Programas de Mobilidade cursos ou ciclos de es- tudo. A identificação dos estudantes do IST é feita tendencialmente com o cartão de aluno. Curso de 1° ciclo Curso conducente ao grau de licenciado organizado nos termos do artigo 9

  9. LOGICA MATEMATICA 1 e 2 Prof. Giangiacomo Gerla

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    Gerla, Giangiacomo

    Ed. (in inglese esiste una edizione aggiornata e migliorata di tale libro) Per i rapporti tra logica'apprendimento del Prolog si suggerisce il libro di V. Loia, Programmazione logica ed un qualunque manuale di Prolog

  10. OPTIMIZAO E ALGORITMOS Exame final -1 e 2 data

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    Instituto de Sistemas e Robotica

    ALEIXO 11 10 45322 TIAGO JOSÉ VALENTE TORMENTA DOS SANTOS 14 46446 ANA RITA HENRIQUES HONÓRIO 15 46481 QUADRADO 16 47512 BERNARDO NEVES DOS SANTOS GOMES 13 47932 ANA SOFIA PIRES 17 47937 ARMÉNIO CARRAPIÇO

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    .................................................................................................................................. 9 Auditing Courses................................................................................................................................. 9 Change of Registration Deadlines for 2015/16:.................................................................................. 9 Master Degrees Completion Requirements

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    Oyet, Alwell

    ANALYSIS AND DRINKING WATER POLICY WORKSHOP 10 2.3 SURVEYS 10 2.4 COMMUNITY CASE STUDIES 12 2.5 INTERVIEWS MOBILIZATION 15 2.8 ANALYSIS 18 3. BACKGROUND 19 3.1 RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DRINKING WATER IN NL 19 3.2 PREVIOUS DRINKING WATER RESEARCH IN NL 23 3.3 INDICATORS OF DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN NL 24 4. SOURCE WATER QUALITY

  13. High Performance E2 Generic Array LogicTM

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    Berns, Hans-Gerd

    Speed Graphics Processing -- Standard Logic Speed Upgrade · ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE FOR IDENTIFICATION = Commercial I = Industrial Grade PackagePowerL = Low Power Q = Quarter Power Speed (ns) XXXXXXXX XX X X X

  14. High Performance E2 Generic Array LogicTM

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    Berns, Hans-Gerd

    Logic Speed Upgrade · ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE FOR IDENTIFICATION I I I I I I I I I I I I PROGRAMMABLE AND or reconfigure the device quickly and efficiently. Expanding upon the industry standard 22V10 architecture CCLPdaeL-82 Industrial Grade Specifications Blank = Commercial I = Industrial Grade PackagePowerL = Low

  15. Hopf Rings, Dieudonné Modules, and E??2S3

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    1999-01-19

    idea suggested by Bousfield: torsion-free Hopf algebras over the p-adic integers ... The author was supported in part by the National Science Foundation. ...... To be fair, these arguments are not so different that than the original ones. 3.

  16. A Theory of Constant E 2 CMOS Circuits Karl Papadantonakis

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    energy consumption of a single pulldown stage has the form CV 2 , while the current i is kV 2 , and the delay #28; is CV=i, where C is an output capacitance, V is the supply voltage, and k metric [AM]; indeed we have: E#28; 2 = (CV 2 ) #1; #18; CV i #19; 2 = (CV 2 ) #1; #18; CV kV 2 #19; 2 = C

  17. Eur. Phys. J. E 2, 229245 (2000) THE EUROPEAN

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    Gruner, Sol M.

    2000-01-01

    with the structure of lipid-water phases based on Infinite Periodic Minimal Surfaces (IPMS). The first paper the methyl trough search, is described and used to solve the structures based on powder pattern X-ray diffraction data. Structures are derived for both a single chain lipid-water system (mono-olein) and a diacyl

  18. Mathematics 1E2 Unit code: MATH19682

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    Sidorov, Nikita

    Syllabus 4 lectures: Integration : Working definition of the integral. Fundamental theorem of calculus themselves part of followup). Applications of integration. (this topic follows on from the 3 lectures from 1E1). 2 lectures : Series : Simple Series : convergence of geometric series : Maclaurin and Taylor

  19. Frequency Modulation Spectroscopy of the "Forbidden" M1 & E2

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    Holmes, Christopher D.

    for mea- surements in the atomic beam. Precision measurements of atomic structure, such as these, provide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2 Atomic Physics 8 2.1 Thallium Valence Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 efforts to refine the Standard Model and understanding of atomic properties. #12;Contents 1 Once Upon

  20. Eur. Phys. J. E 2, 217228 (2000) THE EUROPEAN

    Physics Websites

    Gruner, Sol M.

    2000-01-01

    minimal surfaces (IPMS) based phases in lipid-water systems. I. Modeling IPMS-based phases P.E. Harpera minimal surfaces (IPMS), such as surfactant, lipid-water, and block copolymer systems. In the first paper, and G IPMS are described. Electron density models of lipid-water systems based on these IPMS

  1. 2014-2015 CALL Page 1 Attachment E-2

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    its assessment, the department values analysis of ______'s scholarly work by external referees. A very critical part of this process is the analysis and evaluation of 's research and scholarship by leading to Associate Professor (and tenure) requires the demonstration of superior intellectual attainment, evidenced

  2. 2015-2016 CALL Page 65 Attachment E-2

    Materials Science Websites

    its assessment, the department values analysis of ______'s scholarly work by external referees. A critical part of this process is the analysis and evaluation of 's research and scholarship by leading in this important assessment. Within the University of California, appointment or promotion to Associate Professor

  3. THE UNREASONABLE SLIGHTNESS OF E2 OVER IMAGINARY QUADRATIC RINGS

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    Nica, Bogdan

    of this strong failure of elementary generation for SL2 over imaginary quadratic rings. 1. INTRODUCTION The group matrices. The failure of elementary generation for SL2(OD), where D = 1, 2, 3, 7, 11, is not only sur always the case that the elementary matrices generate the special linear group SLn over a ring

  4. E 2 XB: A DOMAINSPECIFIC STRING MATCHINGALGORITHM FOR INTRUSION

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Katevenis, Manolis G.H.

    We consider the problem of string matching in Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSes). String matching computations dominate in the overall cost of running a NIDS, despite the use of efficient general­purpose string matching algorithms. Aiming at increasing the efficiency and capacity of NIDSes, we have designed

  5. Eur. Phys. J. E 2, 311318 (2000) THE EUROPEAN

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    Likos, Christos N.

    2000-01-01

    where their coronae start to touch experiencing the mutual repulsion. It is defined as c = 1/(2Rg)3 counterion screening. This was investigated recently by theory and simulations [12]. For star polymer

  6. 1. e1 -> e2: If e1 occurs, then e2 must also occur. There is no implied ordering.

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Attie, Paul

    A and cmB. This can be expressed as cmA Abort Dependency [2]: Transaction A is abort-dependent on transaction B, iff if B aborts, then A must also abort. Let the significant events here be abA and abB, so started, it will eventually either abort, as represented by the ab transition, or finish, as represented

  7. E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Groot, Perry

    the ducts and lobules, blood and lymphatic vessels. Breast cancer is the result of uncontrolled growth will start giving a unique opportunity to mine these data for the development of decision support systems

  8. B(E2) ; A(E2) B(E1) 6= 0 | . . . 1: A. . I| , II| -

    Fission and Nuclear Technologies Websites

    Fedotov, Mikhail G.

    at the angiography station of the VEPP-3 storage ring. //Nucl. Instr. and Meth., 1995, V. A359. pp. 364{369. 3] Fedotov M. G. Multi-spectrozonal detectors for temporal-resolved SR experiments. //Nucl. Instr. and Meth

  9. Preparation of Complexes Containing TidE, Ti2(-E)2, and Ti(2-E2) (E ) O, S) Functionalities from a Reactive Titanium Dinitrogen Complex

    Chemistry Websites

    Hagadorn, John R.

    reduction of the µ-N2 ligand.21 Exposure of [L2Ti(Py)]2(µ-N2) in hexanes to dry O2 formed an orange solution-ray crystallography.20 Toluene solutions of L2Ti(2-S2) react with Hg metal to give an orange-red solution along with black precipitate after 12 h. Following workup and extraction with Et2O, orange-red crystals were

  10. 4 L C 2 E E 2 ----4 Released upon receipt

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    %R-.... _.- - !Etough nearly all the ozone i n the earth18 atmosphere is concentrated in a layer lying some 30 miles of the processes affecting Teather. I! The ozone layer, besides appareqtly affecting weather, is of interest. Dobscm, the leadl.ng British student of ozone, has j u s t sunn- marized the information now available

  11. Physik E2 (SS 2007) Prof. Roland Kersting Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Terahertz Gruppe

    Physics Websites

    Kersting, Roland

    Strom von 120 A durchossen. (a) Wie groÿ ist die magnetische Feldstärke H im Abstand von 5 mm, 10 mm, 100 mm von der Stabachse? (b) Wie groÿ ist die magnetische Feldstärke innerhalb des Stabes am Ort der Stabachse und in 1 mm und 3 mm Abstand davon? (c) �berlegen Sie sich, dass die �berlagerung der Magnetfelder

  12. Physica E 2 (1998) 204--208 Saturation spectroscopy of electronic states in a magnetic field

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    Natelson, Douglas

    1998-01-01

    @acsu.buffalo.edu. oscillatory behavior of LL lifetime as a function of frequency (between 11 and 40 meV) in a semimetal- lic In by the fact that the sample is semimetal- lic (the valence band in GaSb is higher in energy than

  13. PPAR? Regulates Liver Regeneration by Modulating Akt and E2f Signaling

    University of Kansas - KU ScholarWorks

    Liu, Hui-Xin; Fang, Yaping; Hu, Ying; Gonzalez, Frank J.; Fang, Jianwen; Wan, Yu-Jui Yvonne

    2013-06-18

    The current study tests the hypothesis that peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor ? (PPAR?) has a role in liver regeneration due to its effect in regulating energy homeostasis and cell proliferation. The role of PPAR? in liver regeneration...

  14. THE MUON CONTENT OF EXTENSIVE AIR SHOWERS WITH E 2 x 10 17

    Physics Websites

    are analyzed by fitting a plane wave to the muon arrival times at the muon detectors. Detector hits with large are discarded. This procedure removes approximately 4-8 random muon hits per coincident event. The remaining muon detector hits arc then refit to a plane wave to determine the direction of the muon wavefront

  15. ORIGINAL ARTICLE A modified E2F-1 promoter improves the efficacy

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    Hemminki, Akseli

    Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain and 2 Cancer Gene Therapy Group, Molecular Cancer Biology Program to confer tumor- selective E1A expression in oncolytic adenoviruses. Tumor specificity is mainly conferred-6/7 turned on in cancer cells and increased antitumoral potency as shown in murine subcutaneous xenograft

  16. v o l u m e 2 n o . 1 105 2011 International Mycological Association

    Biotechnology Websites

    InternationalCommissionontheTaxonomyofFungi(ICTF).Thepurpose of the symposium was to address the issue of whether or how the current system of naming pleomorphic fungi should the symposium on the governance of the nomenclature of fungi

  17. Explicit Hopf-Galois description of $SL_{e^{2i?/3}}$-induced Frobenius homomorphisms

    Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

    L. Dabrowski; P. M. Hajac; P. Siniscalco

    1998-09-28

    The exact sequence of ``coordinate-ring'' Hopf algebras A(SL(2,C)) -> A(SL_q(2)) -> A(F) determined by the Frobenius map Fr, and the same way obtained exact sequence of (quantum) Borel subgroups, are studied when q is a cubic root of unity. An A(SL(2,C))-linear splitting of A(SL_q(2)) making A(SL(2,C)) a direct summand of A(SL_q(2)) is constructed and used to prove that A(SL_q(2)) is a faithfully flat A(F)-Galois extension of A(SL(2,C)). A cocycle and coaction determining the bicrossed-product structure of the upper-triangular (Borel) quantum subgroup of A(SL_q(2)) are computed explicitly.

  18. kE ^2^2 VSS kE ^4^4 VSS

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    Barkana, Rennan

    cos;sin dr d dr r TT X 0^sinsin 2222 ¸ ¹ · ¨ © § ¨ © x dr kq dr kq EEE xxX TT &&& Y y dr d dr kq #12; y r kqd y r kqdr EEE ^ 4 ^ 4 322 | ¤ ¥ &&& ¦¦ r dr kq E ^22 qX §§ r dr kq E ^22 qX #12; 2222 | x y r kqd y r d r kq Ey ^ 2 ^ 2 322 & y r kqd EEEE yyxttot ^ 2 3 &&&& 3 1 r cm N/C.#12;V

  19. Bounding the Higgs width at the LHC using full analytic results for gg -> 2e 2?

    HEP - Phenomenology (arXiv)

    John M. Campbell; R. Keith Ellis; Ciaran Williams

    2013-11-14

    We revisit the hadronic production of the four-lepton final state, e^- e^+ \\mu^- \\mu^+, through the fusion of initial state gluons. This process is mediated by loops of quarks and we provide first full analytic results for helicity amplitudes that account for both the effects of the quark mass in the loop and off-shell vector bosons. The analytic results have been implemented in the Monte Carlo program MCFM and are both fast, and numerically stable in the region of low Z transverse momentum. We use our results to study the interference between Higgs-mediated and continuum production of four-lepton final states, which is necessary in order to obtain accurate theoretical predictions outside the Higgs resonance region. We have confirmed and extended a recent analysis of Caola and Melnikov that proposes to use a measurement of the off-shell region to constrain the total width of the Higgs boson. Using a simple cut-and-count method, existing LHC data should bound the width at the level of 25-45 times the Standard Model expectation. We investigate the power of using a matrix element method to construct a kinematic discriminant to sharpen the constraint. In our analysis the bound on the Higgs width is improved by a factor of about 1.6 using a simple cut on the MEM discriminant, compared to an invariant mass cut m_{4l} > 300 GeV.

  20. Molecular Links between the E2 Envelope Glycoprotein and Nucleocapsid Core in Sindbis Virus

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    Baker, Timothy S.

    cell lines, but many others produce fever, rash, encephalitis, and arthritis.2 Recent extensive as well, transmembrane; VEEV, Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus; WT, wild type; 3D, three-dimensional. doi:10.1016/j

  1. cc30e 2/21/96 MAXIMUM ENTROPY: MATRIX FORMULATION.

    Mathematics Websites

    Rodriguez, Carlos

    the principle of maximum entropy leads us to a general means of assigning probabilities. From a theoretical standpoint, that discussion contained a fairly complete treatment of the general formal properties of MAXENT as we try to apply the formalism to real, nontrivial problems; we need more powerful mathematical tools

  2. Coupling of giant resonances to soft E1 and E2 modes in B-8

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    C. A. Bertulani

    2002-08-26

    The dynamic coupling between giant resonance states and "soft", low-energy excitation, modes in weakly-bound nuclei is investigated. A coupled-channels calculation is reported for the reaction 8B + Pb --> p + 7Be + Pb at 83 MeV/nucleon. It is shown that the low-energy response is only marginally modified by transitions to the isovector giant dipole and isoscalar giant quadrupole resonances.

  3. Mercator Technology & Science Park Toernooiveld 210-222 and 300-318 D/E2

    Mathematics Websites

    Bosma, Wieb

    for Psycholinguistics Wundtlaan 1 A6 · Museum of Anatomy Geert Grooteplein 21 B3 · NanoLab Nijmegen Toernooiveld E3 Montessorilaan 10 A/B6 · Lecture Halls Natural Sciences Heyendaalseweg 135 D3 · Lecture Halls Social Sciences

  4. B I A S T E E 2 . 0 Reducing the Size of the Filtering Hardware

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Martinis, John M.

    Staudigel 3 Quantum Computer Basics 3 Theory and Electronics of Josephson Junction Qubits 4 Purpose of quantum computing is to leverage the fundamentally parallel nature of quantum mechanics to solve problems that the fundamental building block of modern computers, the transistor, can only be understood in terms of quantum

  5. First Observation of Coherent $?^0$ Production in Neutrino Nucleus Interactions with $E_?<$ 2 GeV

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    The MiniBooNE Collaboration; A. A. Aguilar-Arevalo; C. E. Anderson; A. O. Bazarko; S. J. Brice; B. C. Brown; L. Bugel; J. Cao; L. Coney; J. M. Conrad; D. C. Cox; A. Curioni; Z. Djurcic; D. A. Finley; B. T. Fleming; R. Ford; F. G. Garcia; G. T. Garvey; C. Green; J. A. Green; T. L. Hart; E. Hawker; R. Imlay; R. A. Johnson; G. Karagiori; P. Kasper; T. Katori; T. Kobilarcik; I. Kourbanis; S. Koutsoliotas; E. M. Laird; S. K. Linden; J. M. Link; Y. Liu; Y. Liu; W. C. Louis; K. B. M. Mahn; W. Marsh; P. S. Martin; G. McGregor; W. Metcalf; P. D. Meyers; F. Mills; G. B. Mills; J. Monroe; C. D. Moore; R. H. Nelson; V. T. Nguyen; P. Nienaber; J. A. Nowak; S. Ouedraogo; R. B. Patterson; D. Perevalov; C. C. Polly; E. Prebys; J. L. Raaf; H. Ray; B. P. Roe; A. D. Russell; V. Sandberg; R. Schirato; D. Schmitz; M. H. Shaevitz; F. C. Shoemaker; D. Smith; M. Soderberg; M. Sorel; P. Spentzouris; I. Stancu; R. J. Stefanski; M. Sung; H. A. Tanaka; R. Tayloe; M. Tzanov; R. Van de Water; M. O. Wascko; D. H. White; M. J. Wilking; H. J. Yang; G. P. Zeller; E. D. Zimmerman

    2008-03-24

    The MiniBooNE experiment at Fermilab has amassed the largest sample to date of $\\pi^0$s produced in neutral current (NC) neutrino-nucleus interactions at low energy. This paper reports a measurement of the momentum distribution of $\\pi^0$s produced in mineral oil (CH$_2$) and the first observation of coherent $\\pi^0$ production below 2 GeV. In the forward direction, the yield of events observed above the expectation for resonant production is attributed primarily to coherent production off carbon, but may also include a small contribution from diffractive production on hydrogen. Integrated over the MiniBooNE neutrino flux, the sum of the NC coherent and diffractive modes is found to be (19.5 $\\pm$1.1 (stat) $\\pm$2.5 (sys))% of all exclusive NC $\\pi^0$ production at MiniBooNE. These measurements are of immediate utility because they quantify an important background to MiniBooNE's search for $\

  6. An RR Lyrae family portrait: 33 stars observed in Pisces with K2-E2

    CERN Preprints

    Molnár, L; Moskalik, P A; Nemec, J M; Guggenberger, E; Smolec, R; Poleski, R; Plachy, E; Kolenberg, K; Kolláth, Z

    2015-01-01

    A detailed analysis is presented of 33 RR Lyrae stars in Pisces observed with the Kepler space telescope over the 8.9-day long K2 Two-Wheel Concept Engineering Test. The sample includes not only fundamental-mode and first overtone (RRab and RRc) stars but the first two double-mode (RRd) stars that Kepler detected and the only modulated first-overtone star ever observed from space so far. The precision of the extracted K2 light curves made it possible to detect low-amplitude additional modes in all subtypes. All RRd and non-modulated RRc stars show the additional mode at P_X/P_1~0.61 that was detected in previous space-based photometric measurements. A periodicity longer than the fundamental mode was tentatively identified in one RRab star that might belong to a gravity mode. We determined the photometric [Fe/H] values for all fundamental-mode stars and provide the preliminary results of our efforts to fit the double-mode stars with non-linear hydrodynamic pulsation models. The results from this short test run...

  7. Prostaglandin E2 Stimulates Amyloid Precursor Protein Gene Expression: Inhibition by Immunosuppressants

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    Wurtman, Richard

    of amyloid peptides that are derived from the amyloid precursor protein (APP). Overexpression of APP in cell cAMP formation and stimulates overexpression of APP mRNA and holoprotein in primary cultures by PGE2 of APP synthesis was mimicked or blocked by activators or inhibitors, respectively, of protein

  8. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Agrobacterium VirE2 Protein with Single-stranded DNA*

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    Citovsky, Vitaly

    and ¶Electron Microscopy Unit, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot 76100, Israel and §Department specificity. An earlier transmission/scanning transmission electron microscopy study indicated a so- lenoidal of this complex using electron microscopy and single-particle image-processing methods. We find a hollow helical

  9. Saving Energy and Generating Energy with the Schuco E2 Facade 

    Texas A&M University - TxSpace

    Zimmermann, F.

    2008-01-01

    49 52 1/ 7 83 - 71 73 fzimmermann@schueco.com Saving energy and generating energy with the Sch?co E? fa?ade Adopting a sensible attitude towards the use of natural resources and developing new ways of generating energy are important tasks facing... this and subsequent generations. That is why Sch?co has introduced the model ?Energy? - saving energy and generating energy? in the Sch?co E? fa?ade. This is a modular fa?ade system which intelligently combines the building envelope with system technology and which...

  10. Demonstration par Goncharov et Levin de la conjecture de Zagier pour L(E, 2)

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    Brunault, François

    - Card ~Ep(Fp), p(X) = 1 - apX + pX2 , Lp(E, s) = 1 p(p-s) = 1 1 - app-s + p1-2s pour Re s > 1 2 . Si E) = 1 - X (resp. p(X) = 1 + X, p(X) = 1), Lp(E, s) = 1 p(p-s) pour Re s > 0. D´efinition 1.1. Soit E une prolongement analytique de la s´erie enti`ere Li2(z) = n=1 zn n2 (1) d´efinie sur l'ouvert {z C : |z|

  11. Second-order integrals of motion for spin involving systems in $E_2$

    Mathematical Physics (arXiv)

    Ismet Yurdusen

    2014-07-16

    In two-dimensional Euclidean plane, existence of second-order integrals of motion is investigated for integrable Hamiltonian systems involving spin (\\emph{e.g.,} those systems describing interaction between two particles with spin 0 and spin 1/2) and it has been shown that no nontrivial second-order integrals of motion exist for such systems.

  12. J U N E 2 011 Executive Office of the President

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    Chandy, John A.

    Research Fellow, Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Columbia University Ahmed Zewail Linus Pauling Professor of Chemistry and Physics Director, Physical Biology Center California Institute of

  13. S P E C T R U M | 1 FacilitiesPA G E 2

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    Tsymbal, Evgeny Y.

    The Rube Goldberg ribbon-cutting device designed by Jayme Cox. #12;S P E C T R U M | 3 down menu as a scientist. A highlight of the dedication was the ribbon-cutting ceremony. A very elaborate Rube Goldberg

  14. Simultaneous detection of optical constants el and e2 by Brewster angle reflectivity measurements

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    Dietz, Nikolaus

    . The experiment is based on the simultaneous measurement of the Brewster angle 4pBand the reflectivity R to literature data. The optical properties of semiconductors are usually determined by various types by investigations on deep levels in semiconductors,8-`1 we developed an exper- imental procedure based

  15. Physik E2 (SS 2007) Prof. Roland Kersting Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Terahertz Gruppe

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    Kersting, Roland

    nach dem Ende der Bewegung (Platte ist um z tiefer im #12;Kondensator). (b) Die Batterie ,schaufelt, die die Batterie verrichtet, für die beiden Fälle: (i) Platte in Ausgangsposition, (ii) Platte um z tiefer im Kondensator. (c) Vergleichen sie die von der Batterie geleistete Arbeit aus Aufgabe (b) mit der

  16. Physik E2 (SS 2007) Prof. Roland Kersting Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Terahertz Gruppe

    Physics Websites

    Kersting, Roland

    ,24 kg/m3 (a) In welcher Höhe h herrscht nach p = p0 ·e- lg·h/p0 ein Druck von 1 mbar? (b) Man berechne den Druck in 100 km Höhe und daraus bei T = 250 K die Dichte . (Nehmen Sie zur Vereinfachung an, die mittleren Geschwindigkeiten? Wie groÿ ist der Druck p? Aufgabe 3: Schätzen Sie ab, mit welcher

  17. REVENUE RELATED TO THE PROPOSED PROGRAM Attachment SED E (2): Projected Revenue Revenues 1St

    Computer Technologies and Information Sciences Websites

    Sklar, Elizabeth

    th Year Academic Year2 Tuition Revenue 3 01. From existing Sources 4 02. From New Sources 5 03. Total __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ State Revenue 6 04. From existing Sources4 05. From New Sources5 06. Total __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ Other Revenue 7 07. From existing Sources4 08. From New Sources5 09. Total

  18. Physica E 2 (1998) 3943 Full-spectrum optically detected resonance (ODR) spectroscopy

    Materials Science Websites

    Weinstein, Benard.A.

    1998-01-01

    absorbed to various photoluminescence recombination paths in a Si-doped GaAs=AlGaAs multiple­2p+ transition show that at low FIR laster intensities, the recombination is modiÿed by processes absorption and the recombination. The latter o ers the possibility of obtaining detailed information about

  19. Astrophysical Implication of Low E(2^+_1) in Neutron-rich Sn Isotopes

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    S. Sarkar; M. Saha Sarkar

    2009-10-12

    The observation and prediction of unusually depressed first excited 2^+_1 states in even-A neutron - rich isotopes of semi-magic Sn above 132Sn provide motivations for reviewing the problems related to the nuclear astrophysics in general. In the present work, the beta-decay rates of the exotic even Sn isotopes (134,136Sn) above the 132Sn core have been calculated as a function of temperature (T). In order to get the necessary ft values, B(GT) values corresponding to allowed Gamow Teller (GT-) beta-decay have been theoretically calculated using shell model. The total decay rate shows decrease with increasing temperature as the ground state population is depleted and population of excited states with slower decay rates increases. The abundance at each Z value is inversely proportional to the decay constant of the waiting point nucleus for that particular Z. So the increase in half-life of isotopes of Sn, like 136Sn, might have substantial impact on the r-process nucleosynthesis.

  20. K+/-e2 search and Lepton Flavor Violation at KLOE

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    B. Sciascia; for the KLOE Collaboration

    2008-10-19

    This paper is devoted to the first analyses based on the complete data sample collected by the KLOE detector at DAPHNE, the Frascati \\phi-factory. The result for the BR(K_S -> \\gamma\\gamma) and the search for the decay K_S->e+e- are presented. Particular emphasis is put on the measurement of the ratio of Ke2 and Kmu2 BR's.

  1. Morulae aggregation 1. Collect morula (E2.5) by 10am.

    Biology and Medicine Websites

    are preparing embryos. Removing zona 9. Transfer embryos (no more than 20) with minimum volume to prewarmed Tyrode's solution. (3-ml Acid Tyrode's solution in 3-cm plate. Transfer embryos to different region of the solution if the solution is going to be used multiple times). 10.Transfer embryos back to M16 soon after

  2. Hbergement deux 20142015 1. L'lve hbergeant-e 2. La personne hberge

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    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dans ma thurne pour l'année 20142015. J'ai bien pris connaissance de la charte de l'internat et de la partie du réglement du thurnage relative aux sous-locations. dans sa thurne pour l'année 20142015. J'ai

  3. Low energy (e,2e) ionization of Argon in the equal energy sharing geometry

    Quantum Physics (arXiv)

    S. Mazevet; G. Nguyen Vien; J. Langlois; R. J. Tweed; O. Robaux; C. Tannous; K. Fakhreddine

    2002-07-04

    Quantum Defect theory is a well established theoretical concept in modern spectroscopy. We show that this approach is useful in electron impact ionization problems where state of the art theoretical methods are presently restricted mostly to simple atomic targets. For the well documented Argon ionization case in equal energy sharing geometry the approach suggested leads to significant improvements compared to previous calculations.

  4. E2XLRADR (Energy Efficient Cross Layer Routing Algorithm with Dynamic Retransmission for Wireless Sensor Networks)

    CERN Preprints

    Babulal, Kanojia Sindhuben; 10.5121/ijwmn.2010.2312

    2010-01-01

    The main focus of this article is to achieve prolonged network lifetime with overall energy efficiency in wireless sensor networks through controlled utilization of limited energy. Major percentage of energy in wireless sensor network is consumed during routing from source to destination, retransmission of data on packet loss. For improvement, cross layered algorithm is proposed for routing and retransmission scheme. Simulation and results shows that this approach can save the overall energy consumption

  5. Astrophysical Implication of Low E(2^+_1) in Neutron-rich Sn Isotopes

    CERN Preprints

    Sarkar, S

    2009-01-01

    The observation and prediction of unusually depressed first excited 2^+_1 states in even-A neutron - rich isotopes of semi-magic Sn above 132Sn provide motivations for reviewing the problems related to the nuclear astrophysics in general. In the present work, the beta-decay rates of the exotic even Sn isotopes (134,136Sn) above the 132Sn core have been calculated as a function of temperature (T). In order to get the necessary ft values, B(GT) values corresponding to allowed Gamow Teller (GT-) beta-decay have been theoretically calculated using shell model. The total decay rate shows decrease with increasing temperature as the ground state population is depleted and population of excited states with slower decay rates increases. The abundance at each Z value is inversely proportional to the decay constant of the waiting point nucleus for that particular Z. So the increase in half-life of isotopes of Sn, like 136Sn, might have substantial impact on the r-process nucleosynthesis.

  6. [Trends in Evolutionary Biology 2010; 2:e2] [page 7] Multiple approaches to study

    Biotechnology Websites

    Monteiro, Antónia

    butterfly wing pattern evolution, and we highlight future research directions in a field that has that pro- duce the final phenotype. The network conceptual approach is able to unify both micro- as well

  7. C2E2: A Verification Tool For Stateflow Models Parasara Sridhar Duggirala1

    Engineering Websites

    Liberzon, Daniel

    is a predominant environment for mod- eling embedded and cyberphysical systems where control software inter- act interaction be- tween a software controller and a physical plant. The state of the physical plant evolves continuously with time and is often modeled using ordinary differ- ential equations (ODE). The software

  8. Allen Hall....................................ALLEN D2 Alumni Hall..................................ALUM E2

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    Kalisz, Susan

    map CNBIO C4 Center for Sports Medicine ........CSMR C4 and Rehabilitation off map Charles L.Cost Sports Center.......COST A1 Chevron Science Center .........CHVRN D1 Children's Hospital (residence halls A,B,C) Loeffler Building .......................LOEFF D4 Log Cabin

  9. TABLE OF CONTENTS I . W E L C O M E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

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    Shyu, Mei-Ling

    PROGRAMS .......................................8 V. CAREERS IN LAW The Career Development Office Welcomes the Class of 2017 to the University of Miami School of Law We have offers, to give you a glimpse of the various job opportunities available to law students, and to provide

  10. Simple relations among E2 matrix elements of low-lying collective states

    Nuclear Experiment (arXiv)

    V. Werner; P. von Brentano; R. V. Jolos

    2001-05-16

    A method is developed to derive simple relations among the reduced matrix elements of the quadrupole operator between low-lying collective states. As an example, the fourth order scalars of Q are considered. The accuracy and validity of the proposed relations is checked for the ECQF Hamiltonian of the IBM-1 in the whole parameter space of the Casten triangle. Furthermore these relations are successfully tested for low-lying collective states in nuclei for which all relevant data is available.

  11. P semka ke kolokviu, Algebra I 2000/01 (1. term n) { re sen 1. (8kr at 2 body (spr avn e 2 body, chybn e 2, bez odpov edi 0)) Odpov ezte ( skrtnut m nehod c ho se

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    Kuèera, Radan

    P#19;#16;semka ke kolokviu, Algebra I 2000/01 (1. term#19;#16;n) { #20;re#20;sen#19;#16; 1. (8kr#19#19;#16;m nehod#19;#16;c#19;#16;ho se ano nebo ne na pat#20;ri#20;cn#19;em #20;r#19;adku), zda jsou pravdiv#19;a n#19;asleduj#19;#16;c#19;#16; tvrzen#19;#16; (#20;ct#20;ete velmi pozorn#20;e!): (a) ano Pro

  12. 8 bay nature a p r i l j u n e 2 0 1 4 a p r i l j u n e 2 0 1 4 bay nature 9 Turning the Corner on Invasive Spartina

    Environmental Sciences and Ecology Websites

    the Corner on Invasive Spartina b y l e x i p a n d e l l On a crisp day in early January, 10 workers and two the challenge of helping the endangered clapper rail, which, although it is negatively affected by the clogged to transition these sites,"says Katy Zaremba an isp field biologist. At some sites, the isp has developed

  13. The role of E2F·pocket protein repressive complexes in cell cycle control and differentiation

    MIT - DSpace

    Landsberg, Rebecca L. (Rebecca Lynn), 1975-

    2003-01-01

    The pocket protein family is comprised of pRB (the protein product of the retinoblastoma susceptibility gene), p107, and p130. This family regulates the GI/S transition by interacting with their major downstream target, ...

  14. E22 Analogue Electronics PS5 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics

    Engineering Websites

    Papavassiliou, Christos

    . The calculation will be greatly simplified if you use the following substitutions: ( ) 1, , 1 , ,BE E L R R C C L L RC R = = = + = = ANSWER The input impedance of the CE amplifier will be : ( ) 22 1 11 1 1 1 1 in E BE R jR RLC j L Z j L R R j C Rj C j - +- + = + + = = + + + ( ) ( )2 2 2 22 1 1 1 1 1

  15. How the relation e^2/4pi = 1/137 may be obtained in the framework of Quantum Electrodynamics

    Physics (arXiv)

    G. Japaridze

    2008-12-11

    In this pedagogical note it is demonstrated how the numeric value of fine structure constant may be established by comparing results following from the calculations in the framework of Quantum Electrodynamics with the experimental data. As an observable, the coefficient of 1/r in the Coulomb law is used.

  16. J U N E 2 0 0 7 Somebody is always doing what somebody else said couldn't be

    Engineering Websites

    Selmic, Sandra

    -edge research in applying synchrotron x-ray analysis to modern engineering problems in carbon nanotubes X-ray studies. One focus of this collaboration is on introducing women and minority students Detectors for Space Based Cosmic Radiation Detection and

  17. Universit d'Ottawa University of Ottawa S E P T E M B R E 2 0 1 4

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    Xia, Xuhua

    , secrétaire des programmes de 2e et 3e cycles | 613-562-5797 | gradfra@uOttawa.ca www.arts,d'évaluervos progrèsetdevousaideràpoursuivresontravail. Lathèseencréationlittérairecomporte: · untexteinédit:poèmes,conte,nouvelle,roman,piècede théâtre

  18. Imperial College London EEE 1L3 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Feedback amplifiers

    Engineering Websites

    Papavassiliou, Christos

    ) with gain H=R1/(R1+R2) from output to input. · The amplifier must amplify its input by G: Vout=G(V+-V-) · We2 R1 H=R1/(R1+R2) G vin Feedback network Vout 1 lim lim 1 out in in G G G v v v GH H = = + #12 vout 1 G GH+ Vin Vout The non-inverting amp is functionally equivalent to the following block diagram

  19. Ascorbic acid enhances the inhibitory effect of aspirin on neuronal cyclooxygenase-2-mediated prostaglandin E2 production

    Quantitative Biology (arXiv)

    E. Candelario-Jalil; R. S. Akundi; H. S. Bhatia; K. Lieb; K. Appel; E. Munoz; M. Hull; B. L. Fiebich

    2007-08-03

    In the present study, we show that ascorbic acid dose-dependently inhibited interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta)-mediated PGE2 synthesis in the human neuronal cell line, SK-N-SH. Furthermore, in combination with aspirin, ascorbic acid augmented the inhibitory effect of aspirin on PGE2 synthesis. However, ascorbic acid had no synergistic effect along with other COX inhibitors (SC-58125 and indomethacin). The inhibition of IL-1beta-mediated PGE2 synthesis by ascorbic acid was not due to the inhibition of the expression of COX-2 or microsomal prostaglandin E synthase (mPGES-1). Rather, ascorbic acid dose-dependently (0.1-100 microM) produced a significant reduction in IL-1beta-mediated production of 8-iso-prostaglandin F2alpha (8-iso-PGF2alpha), a reliable indicator of free radical formation, suggesting that the effects of ascorbic acid on COX-2-mediated PGE2 biosynthesis may be the result of the maintenance of the neuronal redox status since COX activity is known to be enhanced by oxidative stress. Our results provide in vitro evidence that the neuroprotective effects of ascorbic acid may depend, at least in part, on its ability to reduce neuronal COX-2 activity and PGE2 synthesis, owing to its antioxidant properties. Further, these experiments suggest that a combination of aspirin with ascorbic acid constitutes a novel approach to render COX-2 more sensitive to inhibition by aspirin, allowing an anti-inflammatory therapy with lower doses of aspirin, thereby avoiding the side effects of the usually high dose aspirin treatment.

  20. March 5, 2008 Lecturer Dmitri Zaitsev Hilary Term 2008 Course 2E2 2007-08 (SF Engineers & MSISS & MEMS)

    Mathematics Websites

    Zaitsev, Dmitri

    |, hence is a period. The value 1 is attained at x = /2 and x = 3/2 and nowhere else in the interval (/2, 3/2). Hence is the smallest period. Exercise 2 Which systems of functions are orthogonal & MEMS) S h e e t 12 Due: at the end of the tutorial Exercise 1 Find the smallest period

  1. E22 Analogue Electronics PS3 Questions p 1/2 E2.2 Analogue electronics

    Engineering Websites

    Papavassiliou, Christos

    below if R1=1k, R2=100k, the op-amp has a DC gain G=104 and its dominant pole is at f=1.59Hz. Evaluate resistance. The open loop gain of a "dominant pole amplifier" is given by ( ) 01 1 / DC DCG G G f s s = = + + , with DCG the DC gain and 0 1/ = the pole (also called the "break") frequency. c) Calculate the DC voltage

  2. 10 Witan Street, Bethnal Green, London E2 6FG Blithehale Court offers great value student flats in a

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    Crawford, Ian

    spectacular views across London. The property is just two minutes from Bethnal Green station and is close study area, en-suite bathroom, and plenty of storage space. You can choose a studio apartment or a three: Two minutes' walk from Bethnal Green tube station for the Central line 10 minutes' walk from

  3. The disordered region of Arabidopsis VIP1 binds the Agrobacterium VirE2 protein outside its

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    Lebendiker, Mario

    91904, Israel, 2 Department of Biological Chemistry, Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Safra Campus, Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel and 3 Wolfson Centre, Israel 4 To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: assaf.friedler@mail.huji.ac.il Received July

  4. E.2. Effect on PC of increasing the number of variables. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600

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    Brown, Laura E.

    1 10 2 10 3 Number of Variables in Network Log Norm. Time of PC Norm. Time Results PC SS=500 Child. SHD of PC Norm. SHD Results PC SS=500 Child Insurance Alarm HailFinder 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 10 -1 Child Insurance Alarm HailFinder 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Number of Variables

  5. E.2. Effect on PC of increasing the number of variables. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600

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    Brown, Laura E.

    1 10 2 10 3 Number of Variables in Network LogNorm.TimeofPC Norm. Time Results PC SS=500 Child.SHDofPC Norm. SHD Results PC SS=500 Child Insurance Alarm HailFinder 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 10 -1 10 0 10 1 10 2 10 3 Number of Variables in Network LogNorm.TimeofPC Norm. Time Results PC SS=1000 Child

  6. Institut des sciences biologiques 1 0 d c e m b r e 2 0 0 9

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    van Tiggelen, Bart

    éric Bapteste et Sébastien Pfeffer. SéBASTIEN PfEffER, 34 ans, est chargé de recherche au cNrS depuis 2005. après son recrutement, il passe trois ans dans l'équipe d'olivier Voinnet (institut de biologie'agence Nationale de recherches sur le Sida et les hépatites virales. éRIC BAPTESTE, 31 ans, est chargé de recherche

  7. Enhancement of $B(E2)$ and low excitation of the second 0$^+$ state near N=40 in Ge isotopes

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    M. Hasegawa; T. Mizusaki; K. Kaneko; Y. Sun

    2007-02-23

    The long-standing problem of dramatic structure change near N=40 in Ge isotopes is investigated by means of large-scale shell model calculation. The analysis of simulated calculations suggests a possible understanding of the problem in terms of rapid increase in the $g_{9/2}$ proton and neutron occupation. The observed variation in excitation of the second $0^+$ state in $^{70,72,74}$Ge appears to correlate closely with the $g_{9/2}$ occupations induced by strong proton-neutron interactions. The enhancement of the $g_{9/2}$ occupancies is probably due to correlations in the $1g2d3s$ shell.

  8. DOI 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182166e2c 2011;76;1428Neurology

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    Chatterjee, Anjan

    memory is informed primarily by stud- ies of concrete objects. However, conceptual knowledge encompasses many other, albeit less concrete, domains. This article reviews evidence from neuroimaging and patient on this knowledge, referred to as semantic memory, focuses on understanding objects, concrete entities that clearly

  9. Report of Snowmass 2001 Working Group E2 : Electron-positron Colliders from the $?$ to the Z

    HEP - Experiment (arXiv)

    Z. Zhao; G. Eigen; G. Burdman; W. Marciano; D. Hitlin; M. Mandelkern; A. Soffer; D. Cassel; L. Gibbons; K. Moenig; J. Butler; P. Kasper; R. Kutschke; P. Mackenzie; S. Pordes; R. Ray; T. Sen; D. Bettoni; R. Calabrese; C. Bloise; D. Kaplan; N. Katayama; Y. Okada; Y. Ohnishi; H. Yamamoto; A. Gritsan; S. Dytman; J. Lee; I. Shipsey; Y. Maravin; F. J. Decker; G. Hiller; P. Kim; D. Leith; S. Petrak; S. Robertson; A. Roodman; J. Seeman; M. Artuso; S. Stone; X. Lou; M. Luke; W. Johns

    2002-01-30

    We report on the status and plans of experiments now running or proposed for electron-positron colliders at energies between the $\\phi$ and the Z. The $e^{+}e^{-}$ B and charm factories we considered were PEP-II/BABAR, KEKB/Belle, superKEK, SuperBABAR, and CESR-c/CLEO-c. We reviewed the programs at the $\\phi$ factory at Frascati and the proposed PEP-N facility at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. We studied the prospects for B physics with a dedicated linear collider Z factory, associated with the TESLA high energy linear collider. In all cases, we compared the physics reach of these facilities with that of alternative experiments at hadron colliders or fixed target facilities.

  10. Anti-inflammatory properties of prostaglandin E2: Deletion of microsomal prostaglandin E synthase-1 exacerbates non-immune

    Biotechnology Websites

    Hammock, Bruce D.

    of collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) in mice. This suppression was attributable, at least in part, to the impaired generation of type II collagen autoantibodies. In order to examine the function of mPGES- 1 and PGE2 in a non-autoimmune form of arthritis, we used the collagen antibody-induced arthritis (CAIA

  11. ELSEVIER NuclearPhysicsA 600 (1996) 37-62 Effects of E2 transitions in the Coulomb

    Physics Websites

    Bertsch George F.

    1996-01-01

    -order perturbation theory. 1. Introduction Coulomb excitation is a powerful tool to study electromagnetic transition, Motobayashi et al. [ 1] inferred the capture cross section for 7Be+p--*SB+T from the inverse breakup reaction cross section is not complete, because electromagnetic multipoles contribute with different strengths

  12. February 7, 2009 Lecturer Dmitri Zaitsev Hilary Term 2009 Course 2E2 2008-09 (SF Engineers & MSISS & MEMS)

    Mathematics Websites

    Zaitsev, Dmitri

    & MEMS) Due: at the end of the tutorial Sheet 1 Exercise 1 (i) v + u = (-1, 3, 0), -3v = (6, -3, 0), u2)(a2+5c2+d2) , orthogonal if either a = 0 or c = 0; Exercise 2 (i) 1 0 1 1 ; (ii) 1 0 -3 0 0 -1 0 -5 0 0 0 4 . Sheet 2 Exercise 1 (i) 1 1 ; #12;(ii) -1 3 ; (iii) doesn't make sense. Exercise 2

  13. February 15, 2008 Lecturer Dmitri Zaitsev Hilary Term 2008 Course 2E2 2007-08 (SF Engineers & MSISS & MEMS)

    Mathematics Websites

    Zaitsev, Dmitri

    & MEMS) Due: at the end of the tutorial Sheet 1 Exercise 1 (i) v + u = (-2, 2, 0), -5v = (15, -5, 0), u+c2)(a2+10c2+d2) , orthogonal if either a = 0 or c = 0; Sheet 2 Exercise 1 (i) 1 0 1 -1 ; (ii) 3 0 -1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 -7 . Exercise 2 (i) -1 1 ; #12;(ii) -1 6 ; (iii) doesn't make sense. Sheet 3

  14. P a g e 2 5 P r i s c u m Bender, M. L. 2013. Paleoclimate. Princeton Pri-

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    in Earth history, on which the author is a global- ly recognized expert. The author does not go exhaustively through basic principles, and does not present a complete climate history: he effectively uses, but not with Earth history. I do not think it would work as a textbook for an undergraduate class of non- science

  15. PROPERTIES AND EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH'S CORE AND GEODYNAMO and D. Alf`e2,3,4

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    Nimmo, Francis

    contain 8% sulphur/silicon, and 8-10% sulphur/silicon plus 8-13% oxygen, respectively. The inner core of meteorites, the chondrites. The ratio of silicon to iron in these materials is roughly 1:1 by volume (Lodders

  16. 1 | A S P I R E 2 0 1 0 -2 0 1 1 RESEARCH BRIEF NOVEMBER 2013

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    Aazhang, Behnaam

    Program HISD has had an award program including teachers since 2000-2001. Awards based on individual teacher performance were introduced in 2005-06, and the program evolved into Accelerating Student Progress ASPIRE to encourage teacher cooperation, align with the district's other school-improvement initiatives

  17. E22 Analogue Electronics PS2 Questions p 1/1 E2.2 Analogue electronics

    Engineering Websites

    Papavassiliou, Christos

    : Determine the following small signal model parameters of an NPN bipolar transistor biased connected as a Common Emitter amplifier and biased with a DC collector current of 1mA and 10mA. The transistor DC resistance R · Collector output resistance CER Q2: Repeat question 1 if the transistor is PNP but all its

  18. AMI -LEAN, LEC e LET -1 Semestre 03/04 Curso Nmero Testes E1 E2 Final

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    Girão, Pedro M.

    12 Civil 51666 1 13 13 Civil 51667 3 12 14 Civil 51668 1 4 5 Rep Naval 51682 2 11 12 Civil 51774 2 5 Território 52680 1 9 9 Rep Naval 52747 2 8 8 Rep Naval 52748 1 7 9 Rep Civil 53047 7 Rep Civil 53050 8 Rep Território 53144 1 4 5 Rep Naval 53175 1 1 1 Rep Naval 53178 1 3 Rep #12;AMI - LEAN, LEC e LET - 1º Semestre

  19. Characterization of Recombinant Monoclonal IgA Anti PDC-E2 Autoantibodies Derived From Patients With PBC

    Biotechnology Websites

    Hammock, Bruce D.

    kidney (MDCK) cells showed that one of the recombinants showed a high degree of colocalization with PDC, immunoglobulin; pIgR, poly- meric immunoglobulin receptor; MDCK, Madine-Darby canine kidney; PCR, polymerase

  20. Post-translational modifications of the E2A gene products and their roles in B lymphocyte development

    University of California eScholarship Repository

    Teachenor, Robert Thomas

    2011-01-01

    splenic hypercellularity by overexpression of E47 . Mice receiving bone marrow transduced with E47 lymphoma.splenic histology. These observations indicate that E47 S524A expression interferes with the development of lymphoma

  1. Bounding the Higgs width at the LHC using full analytic results for gg -> 2e 2\\mu

    CERN Preprints

    Campbell, John M; Williams, Ciaran

    2013-01-01

    We revisit the hadronic production of the four-lepton final state, e^- e^+ \\mu^- \\mu^+, through the fusion of initial state gluons. This process is mediated by loops of quarks and we provide first full analytic results for helicity amplitudes that account for both the effects of the quark mass in the loop and off-shell vector bosons. The analytic results have been implemented in the Monte Carlo program MCFM and are both fast, and numerically stable in the region of low Z transverse momentum. We use our results to study the interference between Higgs-mediated and continuum production of four-lepton final states, which is necessary in order to obtain accurate theoretical predictions outside the Higgs resonance region. We have confirmed and extended a recent analysis of Caola and Melnikov that proposes to use a measurement of the off-shell region to constrain the total width of the Higgs boson. Using a simple cut-and-count method, existing LHC data should bound the width at the level of 25-45 times the Standard ...

  2. PHYSICAL REVIEW C 87, 014337 (2013) E2 strengths and transition radii difference of one-phonon 2+

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    Ponomarev, Vladimir

    2013-01-01

    2012; published 28 January 2013) Background: Mixed-symmetry 2+ states in vibrational nuclei: Determination of the ground-state (g.s.) transition strength of the mixed-symmetry 2+ 2 state and verification. Method: Differential cross sections for the excitation of one-phonon 2+ and 3- states in 92 Zr have been

  3. Forum of Mathematics, Pi (2013), Vol. 1, e2, 27 pages doi:10.1017/fmp.2013.3

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    Folsom, Amanda L.

    2013-01-01

    23 August 2013 Abstract Ramanujan's last letter to Hardy concerns the asymptotic properties of modular forms and his `mock theta functions'. For the mock theta function f(q), Ramanujan claims that as q - · · ·) = O(1). We prove Ramanujan's claim as a special case of a more general result. The implied constants

  4. 3 2007207202 , ,2007207206 --, ;,,oe... (" 20674001 ,20634010 ,20325415) ",--'-- oe~ (" 20060001029) ;33 ,E2mail :xhwan @pku. edu. cn

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    Wan, Xin-hua

    Model P21030 ----,, 25 ¡^¤/" 365 nm ~,,¶¤ ,°,,^ 10 cm ,, ~°fl¢ ,¨...`" THF ,¯¤¶¨ ( c) " 012 gdL. 2" Waters 2410 ° ,,... ,`¿i..."ø´ 35 ¡ ,­'"­OEø ,¸~ »«"`¶fl ,`¸" 110 mLmin. ­¨--,,¶¨ ([` ] 25 365 ) JASCO

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    Wu, Chi

    (--»· ) . Acta Polymerica Sinica(,·§­¤ ) ,2001 ,(3) :395¡« 398 2 ¡¡ Tao Zhenghong("Ø ) ,Yang Wuli ( ß ) ,Wang¡« 589 3 ¡¡ Guo J S ,El2Asser M S ,Vanderhoff J W. J Polym Sci ,Polym Chem Ed ,1989 ,27 :691¡« 710 4

  6. E2A Acts in cis in G1 Phase of Cell Cycle to Promote Ig Gene Diversification1

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    Maizels, Nancy

    by the B cell-specific enzyme, activation-induced deaminase (AID) (5­8). AID deaminates cytosine to uracil Ig genes undergo diversification in sequence and structure initiated by the DNA deaminase, AID. Ig for cis-activation has not been established. Here we show, by chromatin immunoprecipitation

  7. Transcription Factors ETF, E2F, and SP-1 Are Involved in Cytokine-Independent Proliferation of Murine

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    Timmer, Jens

    -regulated, genes related to mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling and cell cycle were up labeling index of 20%. The MEK inhibitor PD98059 blunted these effects indicating MAPK signaling as major, extracellular matrix; ETF, embryotrophic factor; LI, labeling index; MAPK, mitogen activated protein kinase; PCA

  8. J U N E 2 0 1 0 One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight

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    Selmic, Sandra

    Available for Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Research May 27, 2010 In light of the recent oil spill in the Gulf to the oil spill. RAPID is a special grant mechanism developed specifically to respond to unusual

  9. [Frontiers in Bioscience E2, 861-881, June 1, 2010] The evolution of thermal physiology in endotherms

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    Angilletta, Michael

    thermoregulation in mammals and birds 4.3.1. Effects of energy availability 4.3.2. Effects of air temperature 4 and perspective 7. Acknowledgements 8. References 1. ABSTRACT Biologists usually refer to mammals and birds populations of mammals and birds. We then relate these predictions to observations generated by comparative

  10. V O L U M E 2 8 , F A L L 2 0 0 7 New Technology for

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    Collett Jr., Jeffrey L.

    Reinke, Renate Brummer, Marco Rodriguez An Overview Of nOAA'S UnMAnneD AirCrAfT SySTeM PrOgrAM Page 1 in.cira.colostate.edu #12; unmanned aircraft systems Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are a developing technology- nent systems that include the aircraft platform, the ground control station from which pilots operate

  11. Scantegrity II Municipal Election at Takoma Park: The First E2E Binding Governmental Election with Ballot Privacy

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    Rivest, Ronald L.

    and poll workers. The election, with 1728 voters from six wards, in- volved paper ballots with invisible scanners, end-to-end verifiability based on optional web-based voter verifica- tion of votes cast, a full protection through its use of invisible-ink confirmation codes. When voters mark ballot ovals using a decoder

  12. E22 Analogue Electronics PS5 Questions p 1/2 E2.2 Analogue electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    of the Miller Theorem to derive an expression for the input impedance of a common collector amplifier which of this amplifier becomes real, and a value for the input impedance at that frequency. Neglect the effect of BCC in the maximum voltage gain of a Common Emitter amplifier employing Miller Cancellation as a function

  13. E22 Analogue Electronics PS4 Questions p 1/2 E2.2 Analogue electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    ) A voltage amplifier is given, which is to be used, with different kinds of feedback connections, to synthesise a number of different circuit building blocks. The amplifier has an input impedance 10inZ k impedances of all the feedback amplifiers mentioned below. Q1: a) Derive an expression and a value

  14. E22 Analogue Electronics PS4 Answers p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics

    Engineering Websites

    Papavassiliou, Christos

    ) A voltage amplifier is given, which is to be used, with different kinds of feedback connections, to synthesise a number of different circuit building blocks. The amplifier has an input impedance 10inZ k impedances of all the feedback amplifiers mentioned below. Q1: a) Derive an expression and a value

  15. 1 OCTOBER 2004 VOL 306 SCIENCE www.sciencemag.org26 P A G E 2 9 3 1

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    by Science and scheduled for release later this month--is at odds with other analyses of Gulf War illness invest at least $60 mil- lion over the next 4 years for additional Gulf War illness research. VA to de-emphasize the view that stress and trauma were chief drivers of Gulf War illness. "It's clear

  16. Dispersive Phonon Linewidths: The E2 Phonons of ZnO J. Serrano,1,* F. J. Manjon,1,2

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    Weinstein, Benard.A.

    variation when either pressure or isotopic masses are changed. These effects yield detailed information about the mechanisms responsible for linewidths and lifetimes, e.g., anharmonicity or isotopic disorder isotopic compositions and their dependence on pressure. Changes by a factor of 12 are observed at a given

  17. Parcours Expertise Faune Flore : inventaires et indicateurs de biodiversit (E2F) du master Evolution, patrimoine naturel, socits

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    'environnement, espaces protégés, collectivités, bureaux d'études, ONG, etc.) extérieurs au Muséum ou aux universités du semestre visant à rendre les naturalistes opérationnels dans le monde du travail et non à donner des'un espace protégé Gestionnaire d'espace protégé Expert indépendant 80% des étudiants trouvent un emploi dans

  18. Parcours Expertise Faune Flore : inventaires et indicateurs de biodiversit (E2F) du master Evolution, patrimoine naturel, socits

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    le MNHN et l'UPMC (Paris VI) et en partenariat avec l'Association française des ingénieurs écologues de la connaissance des espèces (3 ECTS), Paris Expertise privée et bureaux d'études (3 ECTS), Paris. Gestion de son projet personnel (3 ECTS), Paris. Gestion des écosystèmes côtiers et de la diversité (6

  19. (39)v o l u m e 2 n o . 2 had the privilege of being invited

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    . 2006) found it necessary to sidestep these regulations in order to present a meaningful taxonomy. The watershed discussions in Melbourne regarding the future of the taxonomy of the fungi are over the most traumatic, exciting, and important in the history of fungal taxonomy. The outcomes will un

  20. E22 Analogue Electronics PS7 Questions p 1/4 E2.2 Analogue electronics

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

    the networks in the shaded boxes are ideal transimpedance amplifiers of gains 2 3 2 1 2 1 , , 1 A B C R Z Z Z R sR C sC - - = = = - + . The input terminals are virtual grounds, and sum currents . Therefore, the flow graph can be drawn as: With 1/n nG R= . It follows that 1 4 3 5 1 4 4 4 3 5 1 1 BP A BP i A B C BP

  1. MAGNETOSPHERES OF THE OUTER PLANETS (MOP) 2011 MEETING WITHERS 2011 ROSES E.2 -PAGE 1 OF 12

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    Withers, Paul

    and upper atmospheres of the outer planets and their satellites. The topics covered at MOP are central, Japan. After the earthquake and tsunami, the Tokuho University organizing committee agreed to postpone for exchanging scientific results about the space environments of the planets and satellites from Jupiter on out

  2. 1 Structure of the Ultra-High-Affinity Colicin E2 2 DNaseIm2 Complex

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    Baker, David

    of protein complexes. 29 Our study pinpoints the role of structured water molecules in conjoining 30 hotspot in this case involved computing 65important amino acid hotspot residues onto a guest 66scaffold

  3. S T U D E N T C O D E 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5

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    Lee, Tonghun

    Rights and Responsibilities) Article 2 (General Policies and Regulations) Article 3 (Academic Policies confines, we cherish the spirit of debate and look forward to the advances stemming from common inquiry

  4. 106 4-6-7 (iba@ism.ac.jp) 1a-e, 2a-e

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    Iba, Yukito

    , California. Geyer,C.J. and Thompson,E.A. (1995) Annealing Markov chain Monte Carlo with applications Memorandum No.558 ( ). (1993) in ! , Vol.48 No.5. Kitagawa,G.(1987) Non-Gaussian state space modeling

  5. Rotational constants for the e 2A2 state of NO2 T. Daniel Crawford and Henry F. Schaefer III

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    Crawford, T. Daniel

    and co- workers determined a distinctly different geometry (R z 1.4 A, 0~ 102") from that obtained-zeta"-14 plus po- larization (DZP) basis set constructed as N,O(9s5pld/ 4s2pld); and a triple-zeta11"5 plus double polarization (TZ2P) basis set constructed as (lOs6p2d/5s3p2d) were the two smaller basis sets used

  6. Imperial College London EEE 1L7 Autumn 2009 E2.2 Analogue Electronics Active Filters

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    Papavassiliou, Christos

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    1 9 C A M P U S · S T Y L E S A R C H I T E C T S - M i n i s t è r e d e l ' E n s e i g n e m e n t S u p é r i e u r e t d e l a R e c h e r c h e - s e p t e m b r e 2 0 1 1 9 C A M P U S · R E C O M M A N D AT I O N S - M i n i s t è r e d e l ' E n s e i g n e m e n t S u p é r i e u r e t d e l

  9. Establishment of a Bovine Herpesvirus 4 based vector expressing a secreted form of the Bovine Viral Diarrhoea Virus structural glycoprotein E2 for immunization purposes

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    Donofrio, Gaetano; Sartori, Chiara; Ravanetti, Lara; Cavirani, Sandro; Gillet, Laurent; Vanderplasschen, Alain; Taddei, Simone; Flammini, Cesidio Filippo

    2007-10-18

    -KanaGalK- TK) (Fig. 2a) was excised out from the plasmid backbone and used for heat-inducible homologous recombination in SW102 E. Coli containing the BAC BoHV-4 genome. Following a positive selection in minimal medium con- taining galactose (on solid agar... (TK), are introduced into the TK gene of BoHV-4 genome cloned as bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC-BoHV-4) via heat inducible homologous recombination in SW 102 E. coli. Following a positive selection on (solid) minimal plates containing galac...

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    Vermont, University of

    ­ are known as `ecological services'. these services are provided for free by natural habitats and the conservation of natural habitat. this groundbreaking work changed the way that many conservation and human is working on the following ecological services: a) carbon storage in natural habitats of eastern tanzania, b

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    Dantzer, Ben

    heterogeneity and the lek paradox M. D. Greenfield, R. G. Danka, J. M. Gleason, B. R. Harris and Y. Zhou 614 Low with ecological but not with genetic divergence in a Gehyra gecko M. Sistrom, D. L. Edwards, S. Donnellan and M

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    Liang, Ping

    analyses of partially rescued Rb mutant fetuses, mgRb:Rb / , that survive to birth and reveal specific defects in skeletal muscle differentiation. We show that in the absence of Rb, these fetuses exhibit myogenesis. These defects were further augmented in composite mutant fetuses, mgRb:Rb / :p21 / , lacking both

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    Paraná, Universidade Federal do

    envolve alguns riscos inerentes ao12 ambiente de trabalho, tanto em locais afastados, a exemplo de rios e Transporte ou na empresa de turismo contratada. O31 Departamento se obriga a arquivar eletronicamente cópia às Secretarias dos Departamentos o(s) formulário(s) de termo de Responsabilidade39 (Formulário

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    of the contact angle ` of a sessile liquid drop B in equilibrium with the vapor phase A on top of a substrate W with the associated contact angle equation, has been proved more recently in several models [DD, DDR, PV]. We consider model. We then present the low temperature expansion of the wall tension leading to the Wenzel's law

  15. Simulation `a evenements discrets Des evenements e0, e1, e2, . . . surviennent aux instants 0 = t0 t1 t2 .

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    L'Ecuyer, Pierre

    simulation (sauf les valeurs des variables al´eatoires g´en´er´ees lors des ´ev´enements ej pour j > i). #12 sont servis un `a la fois, en ordre FIFO. Si = dur´ee de service du client i; Ai = dur´ee entre les arriv´ees des clients i et i + 1. #12;2 Exemple: Une file d'attente `a un serveur. File GI/GI/1: Un seul

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    L'Ecuyer, Pierre

    simulation (sauf les valeurs des variables al´eatoires g´en´er´ees lors des ´ev´enements ej pour j > i). #12 sont servis un `a la fois, en ordre FIFO. Si = dur´ee de service du client i; Ai = dur´ee entre les arriv´ees des clients i et i + 1. #12;2 Exemple: Une file d'attente `a un serveur. File GI/G/1: Un seul

  17. Cyclin E2, a novel human G1 cyclin and activating partner of CDK2 and CDK3, is induced by viral oncoproteins

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    Xiong, Yue

    activity by forming a ternary p21-cyclin D-CDK4 complex. The INK4 family inhibitors which include four closely related ankyrin repeat containing genes, p16INK4a , p15INK4b , p18INK4c and p19INK4d , selectively

  18. The podocyte-specific inactivation of Lmx1b, Ldb1 and E2a yields new insight into a transcriptional network in podocytes

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    Witzgall, Ralph - Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät III

    , conventional Lmx1b knock-out mice have been extremely valuable to study the role of Lmx1b in podocyte2a knock-out mice. Constitutive podocyte-specific Lmx1b knock-out mice survive for approximately 2, therefore they mimic the human disease more closely. The podocyte-specific Ldb1 knock-out mice survive

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    Fayer, Michael D.

    Vibrational Dynamics in Liquids and Glasses A. TOMOFF? AND M. D.FAYER* Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305 Received May 2, 1995 I. Introduction The dynamics of the vibrations. Vibrations can also serve as probes of intermolecularinteractions and dynamics in condensed-matter systems

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  1. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 96, NO. E2, PAGES 17,553-17,557, SEPTEMBER 25, 1991 IRRADIATION EFFECTS IN A COMET'S OUTER LAYERS

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    Johnson, Robert E.

    Physics University of Virginia, Charlottesville Abstract. Laboratory data and cosmic ray doses are used into the inner solar system. In this paper, the data relevant to irradiation effects and mantle formation are combined with the cosmic ray energy deposition profile in order to expand on the picture described

  2. IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN SIGNAL PROCESSING, VOL. 3, NO. 4, AUGUST 2009 599 Compass-M1 Broadcast Codes in E2,

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    Gao, Grace Xingxin

    GNSS, namely the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS), the Eu- ropean Galileo, and the Russian GLONASS]. Compass will share many features in common with U.S. GPS and European Galileo systems, providing the potential for low cost integration of these signals into a GPS/Galileo/Compass receiver. These commonalities

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    Morton, Thomas Hellman

    ,threetypesof transport phenomena compete with recombination of the frag- ments. Translational diffusion carries any excess energyleftoverfromsurmountinganactivation barrier. Finally, rotational diffusion washes out the angular correlations dictated by the transition state. At the instant a bond is broken the fragments point

  4. Physics 216 Solution Set 5 Spring 2012 1. Consider a twolevel system with E 1 < E 2 . There is a timedependent potential that

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    California at Santa Cruz, University of

    is populated---that is, c 1 (0) = 1 and c 2 (0) = 0. Note that a general state of the system can be expressed # n=1 c n (t)e -iEnt/# |n# . (2) (a) Starting with the time­dependent Schrodinger equation, derive the following di#er­ ential equation for c k (t): i# dc k dt = 2 # n=1 V kn (t)e i# kn t c n , (k = 1, 2) , (3

  5. Physics 216 Solution Set 5 Spring 2012 1. Consider a two-level system with E1 < E2. There is a time-dependent potential that

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    California at Santa Cruz, University of

    Vij = i|V |j . At time t = 0, it is known that only the lower level is populated--that is, c1(0) = 1 and c2(0) = 0. Note that a general state of the system can be expressed as a linear combination. By solving the above system of differential equations exactly, find |c1(t)|2 and |c2(t)|2 for t > 0. The full

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    Berns, Hans-Gerd

    Junction · High Current Capability and Low Forward Voltage Drop · Surge Overload Rating to 30A Peak · Low 1N 4007/L Unit Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage Working Peak Reverse Voltage DC Blocking Voltage VRRM VRWM VR 50 100 200 400 600 800 1000 V RMS Reverse Voltage VR(RMS) 35 70 140 280 420 560 700 V Average

  7. Vaccinia virus protein complex F12/E2 interacts with kinesin light chain isoform 2 to engage the kinesin-1 motor complex

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    Carpentier, David C. J.; Gao, William N. D.; Ewles, Helen; Morgan, Gareth W.; Smith, Geoffrey L.

    2015-03-11

    During vaccinia virus morphogenesis, intracellular mature virus (IMV) particles are wrapped by a double lipid bilayer to form triple enveloped virions called intracellular enveloped virus (IEV). IEV are then transported to the cell surface where...

  8. Article: pp. 483483 | PDF (55K) DOI: 10.1650/0010-5422(2006)108[483:E]2.0.CO;2

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    Beck, Jeffrey L.

    2006-01-01

    read (corrections highlighted in boldface): "Of these eggs, 391 (64%) hatched." and the last sentence should read "Forty-four of 435 eggs (10%) in successful nests did not hatch." On p. 894, in the last paragraph of the Results, sentences 3­5 should read "Total egg production for paired females was 284 eggs

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    conditions for tuition exemption: · Only full-time and part-time faculty and staff, as well as non for departmental records) The department verifies that this employee is eligible for a(n) tuition exemption under Rates," Pursuant to Section 23-74 of the Code of Virginia. Check One Class Of Employee Full-time Faculty

  10. Analysis of Urban Gas-phase Ammonia Measurements from the 2002 Atlanta Aerosol1 Nucleation and Real-time Characterization Experiment (ANARChE)2

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    Nenes, Athanasios

    , A. Nenes3,5 , E. Edgerton6 , and F.C. Fehsenfeld2,1 5 6 1 Cooperative Institute for Research 11 3 School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332, USA.12 13 4 School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

  11. PhD position within the doctoral school E2M2 2012/2015 Revisited SSD -a new approach to take into account the variability

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    Maume-Deschamps, Véronique

    into account the variability among species for the protection of communities CONTACTS Last name: CHARLES Last a "level of protection" for the community. We propose to revisit the current SSD approach based of species within the community to protect. This work will be accompanied by the development of software

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    Neumark, Daniel M.

    ;Copyright 1993 by the American Chemical Society Transition-State Spectroscopy via Negative Ion Photodetachment. The transition state often acts as a "bot- tleneck" in a chemical reaction, with the consequence Dank1Mumark of the transition state. Thus, experimentswhichdirectlyprobethistransition- stateregion can provide detailed insight

  13. Chem. Mater. 1995, 7, 599-601 599 C ~ F e z A g z -~ T e 2(x = 0.72): The First

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    Li, Jing

    Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar 1994-1998. (1) Bloom, H. The Chemistry of Molten Salts; W. A. Benjaman, Inc.: New. (2) See, for example: Sundermeyer, W. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. Engl. 1965,4,222. Parker, S. G.; Wilson, 0.W. Ind.Eng. Chem. 1966, 4, 365. Barton, L.; Nicholls, D. J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem. 1966,28, 1367

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    Bordenave, Charles

    européens impliqués dans les biotechnologies industrielles, dans le cadre d'EuropaBio. collaboration avec lWB aux principaux congrès internationaux du domaine des biotechnologies industrielles (WCIB, EFIB, RRB : 25 chERchEURS DU LISBP cONTRIBUENT à L'ENcADREMENT DES PROJETS DE TWB. Toulouse White Biotechnology

  15. the average dielectric constant is e = 1.94, and increases to e = 2.22 in the infiltrated one (reducing the contrast at the

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    Velev, Orlin D.

    of both the dielectric contrast and the filling factor of the structure. Bare opals present a contrast e, although bare and inverse opal have similar val- ues of the refractive index contrast, inverse opals show a much broader pseudogap than the direct opal structure which reflects the fact that inverse structures

  16. V O L U M E 2 9 , S P R I N G 2 0 0 8 Protecting Our Nation

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    Collett Jr., Jeffrey L.

    on protecting the public from terrorist attacks and other man-made disasters that could jeopardize the lives into the atmosphere in a heavily populated area could potentially kill thousands of people. The GTAS project

  17. 11. Spectral Sequences and Fibrations. In this section we introduce the spectral sequence of a fibration and calculate its E2

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    Johannson, Klaus

    . . . is a filtration of X. Definition. The spectral sequence of a fibration p : X B (associated to a filtration {Bp of a filtration. To describe it let F X B be a fibration p : X B of a simply connected CW-complex B with fibre). Moreover, let = B0 B1 B2 . . . the CW-filtration of B. Then = f-1 B0 =: X0 f-1 B1 =: X1 f-1 B2 =: X2

  18. Synthesis and cyclometalation of a pyrido[3,2-e]-2,10b-diaza-cyclopenta[c]fluorene-1,3-dione scaffold

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    Meggers, Eric

    constitutes an interesting candidate for the development of organometallic protein kinase inhibitors. Ó 2006- closed over the last two years a series of simple ruthe- nium-based protein kinase inhibitors such as 1 picomolar protein kinase inhibitors.1 We became interested in designing ruthenium complexes with similar

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    Collum, David B.

    Laboratory, Cornell University, Zthaca, New York 14853-1301 Received August 18, 1992 (Resubmitted Manuscript in OrganicSynthesis; Wiley: New York, 1979. (c) Asymmetric Synthesis; Morrison, J. D., Ed.; Academic Press: New York, 1983;Vols. 2 and 3. (2)Ions and Ion Pairs in Organic Reactions; Szwarc, M., Ed.; Wiley: New

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    If An Elec tron Electrons do it. Photons do it. PHYSICS LEGEND ROGER PENROSE thinks he Photograph by David, and therein lies the mystery that consumes Penrose. About 80 years ago, scientists discovered't we see quantum effects in every- day life? Why can't Penrose,made of quantum particles, materialize

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    InkIng Looking at visions for the interior of tomorrow's private jet Stratford UnplUggEd A new Wi-Fi experience to the first issue of Innovate, the new applied research magazine from Coventry University. Innovation lies at the heart of the University and our new publication showcases the wide range of areas in which our

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    Perrimon, Norbert

    (prune), two female steriles and eight lethals. One of the female sterile loci isfs(l)RlO for which female sterile is the paternally rescuable fs(l)pecanex in which unrescued embryos have a hypertrophic a maternal effect, whereas normal activity of crn is required for germ cell viability. Analysis of the ma

  4. Decay of zone-center phonons in GaN with A1, E1, and E2 symmetries D. Y. Song, S. A. Nikishin, and M. Holtza

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    Holtz, Mark

    , with a minor contribution to the decay of the former from the three-phonon creation. Phonon lifetimes for carrier relaxation in polar semiconductors. One approach to lifetime studies is through measurements pro- duced by this carrier relaxation process are primarily zone- center longitudinal-optical LO

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    Cohen, Ronald C.

    been molecular beam measurements of dif- ferential scattering cross sections. The classical meth- ods precision, making it impossible to establish the orien- tation dependence of the intermolecular forces

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    ). Henceforth, the progress in meth- ods and the increasing capability of computers make it tech- nically, with code-to-code differences much smaller than predictions-to-observations differences, makes it possible

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    O'Toole, Alice J.

    Appreciation Day. The Staff Council volunteers will cram door prizes, karaoke, massage chairs, free barbeque&A with members of Dr. Daniel`s Cabinet 12pm-1pm Lunch 1pm-2pm Games, Door Prizes, Karaoke Four massage chairs will be available from 11:00am ­ 2:00pm. Sign-ups for the 10 minute massages begin at 10:30. #12;P A G E 3 STAFF

  8. : Human Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells (hMSCs) Cultured as Spheroids are Self-activated to Produce Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) that Directs Stimulated

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    Huang, Ching-Tsan

    : Human Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells (hMSCs) Cultured as Spheroids are Self-activated to Produce, Mohammadipoor A, et al. Aggregation of human mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) into 3D spheroids enhances, McDevitt TC. Scaffold-free culture of mesenchymal stem cell spheroids in suspension preserves

  9. The Well Street Journal A P R I L 2 0 1 2V O L U M E 1 , I S S U E 2

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    Salvaggio, Carl

    some time for yourself to re-focus. Emotional Wellness Tip of the Month: Financial Wellness: Tips for Increasing Your Financial Literacy A recent CNN article titled "Americans are 'financially illiter- ate their debt. Here are some things that anyone can do to gain financial knowledge. 1. Get over your fear

  10. Effective theory for the non-rigid rotor in an electromagnetic field: Toward accurate and precise calculations of E2 transitions in deformed nuclei

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    Pérez, E A Coello

    2015-01-01

    We present a model-independent approach to electric quadrupole transitions of deformed nuclei. Based on an effective theory for axially symmetric systems, the leading interactions with electromagnetic fields enter as minimal couplings to gauge potentials, while subleading corrections employ gauge-invariant non-minimal couplings. This approach yields transition operators that are consistent with the Hamiltonian, and the power counting of the effective theory provides us with theoretical uncertainty estimates. We successfully test the effective theory in homonuclear molecules that exhibit a large separation of scales. For ground-state band transitions of rotational nuclei, the effective theory describes data well within theoretical uncertainties at leading order. In order to probe the theory at subleading order, data with higher precision would be valuable. For transitional nuclei, next-to-leading order calculations and the high-precision data are consistent within the theoretical uncertainty estimates. We also...

  11. Presented at ION NTM 2005 Session E2: Location Based Services and Indoor Navigation 1/11 Effect of Kinematics and Interference on

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    Calgary, University of

    caller location to be established for 67 percent of calls to within 50 meters, and 95 percent of calls to within 150 meters for wireless handset-based solutions. To meet the E-911 requirement, a GPS receiver can to investigate AGPS receiver performance. Tests are conducted using a hardware simulator and results are analyzed

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    Higgins, Darren

    provided evidence that genes with vital functions (i.e., recessive lethals) also exhibit specific maternal conducted a genetic and developmental analysis of genes within the 2C-D area of the X chromosome. Phenotypes of 33 mutations representing nine adjacent complementation groups including eight recessive lethals

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    options, in case you forget the password, and set your VT Google password. · Be sure your computer has tested updates (Search for"VT WSUS"on www.computing.vt.edu). · Access your VT Google Apps email at http://start.google the summer and will be ready for research programs this fall. VT Google Apps replaces VT Mail, the mail

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    /pixel)Clementineimagesto mapthe compositionsof ejectafrom four multiringbasinson the Moon: Orientale,Humorurn, Nectaris(Nectaris).The iron-poorcompositionof mostbasinejectaindicates that the crustof the Moon at theselocationsis %), virtuallythe onlysuchoccurrencesof thisrocktypeon the Moon. Becausebasinringsare

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    Spudis, Paul D.

    of the Smythii and Marginis region of the Moon' Using integrated remotely senseddata JeffreyJ.Gillis Departmentof themostgeologically diverseareason the Moon (Figure 1) [Spudisand Hood, 1988]. We havestudiedtheeasternlimb regionof theMoon from70øto 100ø longitudeandfrom 10øSto 30øN utilizingLunarOrbiter and

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    Sander, Maike

    in virtually all forms of human liver disease (1, 2). There is a marked diversity in DRs with respect models (9). The explicit functional relevance of DRs in liver disease is not entirely understood. Data that normally reside in a quiescent state in the canals of Hering of the normal liver and have led

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    Wechsler, Risa H.

    in nature. Einstein himself never be- lieved in black holes and wrote two papers in which he argued against of the evolution of massive stars ­ arose from the theoretical work of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Lev Landau ever since. The reason for this evolution remains one of the great un- solved mysteries of modern

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    of their plumage, and woe-betide any male whose signal is false--for if an itinerant ethologist blackens and outward appearance are in alignment, having been arranged that way by evolution, and subordinate birds do

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    , rounding off these singularities and leads to chaos. We document the main stylized facts of this model and Financial Services, US House of Representatives, 24 July 1998. 1. Introduction In recent economic

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    ; the Saturnian system exhibit differences in measurement proved to be accurate to about 1 K by reflectivity of the very reflectance of water ice surfaces (20-90 K) by low flux of alpha particles as they pass through keV ion bombardment. An observed decrease in the film gave a thickness through the use of reflectance

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    Feshbach-resonance technique. Optical traps have allowed ytterbium and chromium to be condensed in recent far, while chromium has a very large magnetic dipole moment. Both elements are important in industrial

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    trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). RICK WEBB Figure 1. The SWAS program focuses on changes in the acid-base focus of SWAS was the harm- ful effects of acidic deposition associated with atmospheric pollution of prospective controls on acidic emissions. MAGIC was one of the primary models used by the National Acid

  3. The effects of varying the strengths of tensor and spin-orbit interactions on M1 and E2 rates in $^{12}C$ : Comparison of results in $\\Delta N = 0$ and $\\Delta N = 0 + 2\\overline{h}\\omega$ spaces

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    Fayache, M S; Zamick, L

    1997-01-01

    The energies and transition rates to $J=1^{+} T=1$ and $J=2^{+} T=0,1$ states in $^{12}$C with matrix elements fitted to realistic G matrix elements obtained in non-relativistic approaches are studied. Then the effects of varying the strengths of the two-body tensor and spin-orbit interactions are also considered. The calculations are done in both a small space (0p) and a large space (0p + $2\\hbar\\omega$). In the small space the B(M1) from ground to the $J=1^{+} T=1$ is enhanced and gets closer to experiment if the strength of the spin-orbit interaction is increased and/or if that of the tensor interaction is made weaker. In a large space the spin B(M1) gets reduced by almost a factor of two. A `self-weakening' mechanism for the tensor interaction which succeeded in explaining anomalies in other nuclei does not seem to work for this case.

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    t Fuelwood is the primary energy source for most Bhutanese and comprises 70% of national energy consumption is the principal energy resource for over 2 billion people worldwide and consumption is increasing due to do a program to convert government vehicles from fossil fuels to electricity [5]. The objective

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    , prejudices, religious and political beliefs, as well as about their possible neurophysiologi- cal disorders and ethicists, government and industry. Ideally, devices, algorithms, standards and regulations can be designed

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    . These thin, hollow cylinders of carbon were discovered in 1993 by groups led by Sumio Iijima at the NEC,canbeindividuallymanipulatedandmeasured, and has little structural disorder. Single-wall carbon nano- tubes fit this bill remarkably well electrical properties of single-wall carbon nanotubes stem from the unusual electronic structure of "graphene

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    Thinking Functionally with Haskell by Richard Bird, Cambridge University Press, 2014. doi:10.1017/CBO9781316092415 With Thinking Functionally in Haskell Richard Bird steps up to continue a family of textbook classics. Bird and Wadler jointly started the series with two editions of Introduction to Functional

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    2002-01-01

    . Now suppose we write Ptab for the forward price, contracted at time t, for delivery of a discount bond) The corresponding forward interest Ftab, contracted at time t for the period beginning at time a and ending at time) The associated continuously compounded forward rate Rtab is defined analogously by the relation Ptab = exp

  9. Overexpression of the JmjC histone demethylase KDM5B in human carcinogenesis: involvement in the proliferation of cancer cells through the E2F/RB pathway

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    Hayami, Shinya; Yoshimatsu, Masanori; Veerakumarasivam, Abhimanyu; Unoki, Motoko; Iwai, Yukiko; Tsunoda, Tatsuhiko; Field, Helen I.; Kelly, John D.; Neal, David E.; Yamaue, Hiroki; Ponder, Bruce A. J.; Nakamura, Yusuke; Hamamoto, Ryuji

    2010-03-13

    in their corresponding non-neoplastic bladder tissues (P < 0.0001). The expression profile analysis of clinical tissues also revealed up-regulation of KDM5B in various kinds of malignancies. Transfection of KDM5B-specific siRNA into various bladder and lung cancer cell...

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    Palczewski, Krzysztof

    expressed in the photoreceptors and the adjacent retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). An important first step serves to both clear the reactive retinaldehyde released from photoactivated visual pigments and enable damage in certain forms of retinal and macular degenera- tion by lowering the density of visual pigments

  11. The effects of varying the strengths of tensor and spin-orbit interactions on M1 and E2 rates in ^{12}C: Comparison of results in $?N = 0$ and $?N = 0 + 2\\hbar?$ spaces}

    Nuclear Theory (arXiv)

    M. S. Fayache; Y. Y. Sharon; L. Zamick

    1997-04-17

    The energies and transition rates to $J=1^{+} T=1$ and $J=2^{+} T=0,1$ states in ^{12}C with matrix elements fitted to realistic $G$ matrix elements obtained in non-relativistic approaches are studied. Then the effects of varying the strengths of the two-body tensor and spin-orbit interactions are also considered. The calculations are done in both a small space (0p) and a large space (0p + $2\\hbar\\omega$). In the small space the B(M1) from ground to the $J=1^{+} T=1$ is enhanced and gets closer to experiment if the strength of the spin-orbit interaction is increased and/or if that of the tensor interaction is made weaker. In a large space the spin B(M1) gets reduced by almost a factor of two. A `self-weakening' mechanism for the tensor interaction which succeeded in explaining anomalies in other nuclei does not seem to work for this case.

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    Stock Exchange. We define the relative limit price as the difference between the limit price and the best price available. Merging the data from 50 stocks, we demonstrate that for both buy and sell orders, the unconditional cumulative distribution of relative limit prices decays roughly as a power law with exponent

  13. E2 interaction and dimerization in the crystal structure Qian Yin1,2, Su-Chang Lin1, Betty Lamothe3, Miao Lu1, Yu-Chih Lo1, Gregory Hura4, Lixin Zheng5,

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    superfamily, the IL-1 receptors (IL-1R), the Toll-like receptors (TLR), T-cell receptors (TCR) and B G Myszka6, Michael J Lenardo5, Bryant G Darnay3 & Hao Wu1,2 Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptor oligomerization that facilitates ligand-dependent signal transduction of many immune receptors. TRAFs have

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  15. CS152: Programming Languages Lecture 11 --STLC Extensions and Related Topics

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    [v/x] e1 e1 e1 e2 e1 e2 e2 e2 v e2 v e2 e[e /x]: capture-avoiding substitution of e for free x in e c, Lecture 11 6 #12;Pairs (CBV, left-right) e ::= . . . | (e, e) | e.1 | e.2 v ::= . . . | (v, v) ::= . . . | e1 e1 (e1, e2) (e1, e2) e2 e2 (v1, e2) (v1, e2) e e e.1 e .1 e e e.2 e .2 (v1, v2).1 v1 (v1

  16. CS152: Programming Languages Lecture 11 --STLC Extensions and Related Topics

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    e1 e1 e2 e1 e2 e2 e2 v e2 v e2 e[e /x]: capture-avoiding substitution of e for free x in e c (CBV, left-right) e ::= . . . | (e, e) | e.1 | e.2 v ::= . . . | (v, v) ::= . . . | e1 e1 (e1, e2) (e1, e2) e2 e2 (v1, e2) (v1, e2) e e e.1 e .1 e e e.2 e .2 (v1, v2).1 v1 (v1, v2).2 v2 Small

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    Ceze, Luis

    -calculus with extensions has many "boring inductive rules": e1 e1 e1 e2 e1 e2 e2 e2 v e2 v e2 e e A(e) A(e ) e e B(e) B(e ) e1 e1 (e1, e2) (e1, e2) e2 e2 (v1, e2) (v1, e2) e e e.1 e .1 e e e.2(v) with Ay. e1 | Bx. e2 e2[v/x] Dan Grossman CS152 Spring 2011, Lecture 14 3 Evaluation Contexts Define

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    the soundness of this equational theory. (refl) e : e e : (symm) e1 e2 : e2 e1 : (tran) e1 e : e e2 : e1 e2 : () (x:2.e1) e2 : 2 1 (x:.e1) e2 e1[e2/x] : 2 () e : 2 x:.(e x) e (app) e1 e1 : 2 e2 e2 : 2 e1 e2 e1 e2 : (fn) , x:1 e1 e2 : 2 x:1.e1 x:1.e2 : 1 2 How can we

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    Evaluation Contexts -calculus with extensions has many "boring inductive rules": e1 e1 e1 e2 e1 e2 e2 e2 v e2 v e2 e e A(e) A(e ) e e B(e) B(e ) e1 e1 (e1, e2) (e1, e2) e2 e2 (v1, e2) (v1, e2) e e[v/x] match B(v) with Ay. e1 | Bx. e2 e2[v/x] Dan Grossman CS152 Spring 2011, Lecture 14 3 #12

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    of chronic tic disorder participated, and 17 of them underwent two sessions before and after Habit Reversal Training. We administered three 5minute sessions: tic freely verbal instruction to suppress tic the same but with $10 reward. Tic severity was evaluated using Yale Global Tic Severity Scale. EEG was recorded from 40

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    school graduate fluent in English, French and Arabic, allowing him to describe the particular viciousness, later offering them use of her backyard shed to grab some sleep. She did not learn until a short time

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  6. A Galactic Cosmic Ray Electron Spectrum from 2 MeV to 2 TeV That Fits Voyager 5-60 MeV Data at Low Energies and PAMELA and AMS-2 Data at 10 GeV Using an Electron Source Spectrum E^-2.25 A Calculation Using a Monte Carlo Diffusion Model

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    In this paper we fit the observed galactic cosmic ray electron spectrum from a few MeV to 1 TeV. New data from Voyager from 5-60 MeV beyond the heliopause is used along with high energy data from the PAMELA, FERMI and AMS-2 instruments in Earth orbit. Using a Monte Carlo diffusion model for galactic propagation we obtain a source rigidity spectrum with a spectral index =-2.25 independent of energy below 10 GeV, possibly steepening above 10 GeV to 2.40 at the highest energies. This spectrum will fit the electron data over 5 orders of magnitude to within + 10% at both low and high energies. This steepening of the electron source spectrum could be an important feature of the acceleration process, e.g., synchrotron loss during acceleration could steepen the source spectrum. This fit requires only a single break in the rigidity dependence of the diffusion coefficient by ~1.0 power in the exponent at about 1.0 GV. The calculations also predict the distribution of electrons perpendicular to the galactic disk. The ga...

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  19. Radiative rates for E1, E2, M1, and M2 transitions among the 3s$^2$3p$^5$, 3s3p$^6$, and 3s$^2$3p$^4$3d configurations of Cl-like W LVIII

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    2014-01-01

    We report calculations of energy levels, radiative decay rates, and lifetimes for transitions among the 3s$^2$3p$^5$, 3s3p$^6$, and 3s$^2$3p$^4$3d configurations of Cl-like W LVIII. The general-purpose relativistic atomic structure package (GRASP) has been adopted for our calculations. Comparisons are made with the most recent results of Mohan et al. [Can. J. Phys. {\\bf 92} (2014) xxx] and discrepancies in lifetimes are noted, up to four orders of magnitude in some instances. Our energy levels are estimated to be accurate to better than 0.5\\%, whereas results for radiative rates and lifetimes should be accurate to better than 20\\%.

  20. K Y B E R N E T I K A --V O L U M E 2 9 ( 1 9 9 3 ) , N U M B E R 6 , P A G E S 5 9 3 6 0 8 CONTROL OF NONHOLONOMIC SYSTEMS

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    De Luca, Alessandro

    ) = (x1, x2) and a differential first-order kinematic constraint of the form J(q) q = 0 can still) where the p joint variables qu have no explicit control input. Since the Coriolis and centrifugal terms

  1. Regulation of the PDK4 Isozyme by the Rb-E2F1 Complex*S Received for publication,March 27, 2008, and in revised form, July 24, 2008 Published, JBC Papers in Press,July 30, 2008, DOI 10.1074/jbc.M802418200

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    conditions, such as starvation, fast- ing, or glucose deprivation markedly induce muscle PDK4 expression (5 in muscle, and this effect is reversed by insulin treatment (7). In addition, hypolipidemic drugs like PPAR

  2. COMPLEX WAVELETS Nick Kingsbury

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    Input Signal x E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 1 x1 x0 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 2 x01 x00 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 3 x001 x000 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 4 E x0001 x0000 (a) (b) X(z) E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 "! # 2 E G1(z) T E "! # 2 E

  3. Engineering a Verified Functional Language

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    Chlipala, Adam

    ']} = [e{x e'}] Source program evaluates: (x. e1) e2 v e1{x e2} v (x. [e1]) [e2] [v] [e1]{x [e2]} [v] Output program evaluates: [(x. e1) e2] [v] IH [e1{x e2}] [v] POPL-ish proof. By a routine induction

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    S Revitalizing Environmental Health Services Overview Most people don't realize the role that environmental public health practitioners play in their daily lives. These individuals ensure the safety of food Virus, and prevent disease by ensuring proper sanitation. Yet, the environmental public health services

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    that patents granted to Myriad Genetics Inc. for the "breast cancer genes" BRCA1 and BRCA2 are invalid in the field of BRCA gene testing and inter- pretation will be difficult to surpass, at least for a while and sequences that were formerly off limits. For example, when a researcher discovers abnor- malities in BRCA

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    Transform (DWT) in 1-D 1-D Input Signal x E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 1 x1 x0 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 2 x01 x00 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 3 x001 x000 E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 Level 4 E x0001 x0000 (a) (b) X(z) E H1(z) E "! # 2 E E H0(z) E "! # 2 "! # 2 E

  7. State-Dependent Representation Independence (Technical Appendix)

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    Ahmed, Amal

    ::= + | - | = | e ::= x | () | l | n | o(e1, . . . , en) | true | false | if e then e1 else e2 | e1, e2 | fst e | snd e | inl e | inr e | case e of inl x1 e1 | inr x2 e2 | x : . e | e1 e2 | . e | e [] | pack 1, e as . | unpack e1 as , x in e2 | fold e | unfold e | ref e | !e | e1 := e2 | e1 == e2 Values v ::= () | l | n

  8. 3D Visibility made visibly simple: an introduction to the Visibility Skeleton

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    Durand, Frédo

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  9. Universiteit Twente Afdeling Toegepaste Wiskunde

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    Al Hanbali, Ahmad

    : 8:45 ­ 11:45 uur Plaats : Sportcentrum ANTWOORDEN 1. y(t) = t2 - 1 t2 , t > 0. 2. (a) Eigenwaarden: 2, met eigenvector (1, 1, 1)T en -1 (dubbel), met eigenvectoren (1, 0, -1)T en (0, 1, -1). (b) eAt = 1 3 e2t + 2e-t e2t - e-t e2t - e-t e2t - e-t e2t + 2e-t e2t - e-t e2t - e-t e2t - e-t e2t + 2e

  10. Plant Molecular Biology 47: 555568, 2001. 2001 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands.

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    Murray, J.A.H.

    , but only single E2F genes are known from wheat, tobacco and carrot. Here we show that E2Fs are a multigene to wheat, tobacco and carrot E2Fs. Sequence analysis reveals that AtE2F1 and AtE2F3 are closely related

  11. Chang, H.K., Yeh, S.H., and Shieh, R.C. (2003). J. Physiol. 553, Domene, C., Doyle, D.A., and Venien-Bryan, C. (2005). Biophys. J.

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    Rohs, Remo

    2003-01-01

    targets of the human papillomavirus E2 protein (HPV-18 E2), which are the subject of a computational study protein (HPV-18 E2 for the AATT sequence and bovine papillomavirus E2 [BPV-1 E2] for the ACGT sequence

  12. Function: GTP:-`&t` -graded tensor product Calling Sequence

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    Ablamowicz, Rafal

    (makealiases(5)): > &t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,tensorprod); ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 true > 2*&t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,tensorprod); 2 ( )( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 false > 2*&t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,gradedmonom); 2 ( )( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 true > e1 &t e2 &t e3;&t(e1,e2,e3); ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 > p1:=e1-2*e2we3+a*e1we2we3;p2:=1+e2

  13. Lectures #1718: Typed -calculi CS 6371: Advanced Programming Languages

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    Hamlen, Kevin W.

    -typed -calculus or . Here are some of the operations commonly included in . e ::= n integers | v variables | v: . e abstraction | e1e2 application | true | false booleans | e1 aop e2 arithmetic ops | e1 bop e2 boolean ops | e1 cmp e2 integer comparison | (e1, e2) pairs | 1e | 2e projection | () unit | in1+2 1 e

  14. MySegmentationApp.txt 4/2/2014 1 % this is the segmentation portion of my code.

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    Mock, Kenrick

    = mat2gray(E); 18 imshow(Eim); 19 20 %% thresholds the rescaled image texture 21 BW1 = im2bw(Eim, .8 47 E2 = entropyfilt(I2); 48 E2im = mat2gray(E2); 49 imshow(E2im); 50 51 %% thresholds "2nd" textures 52 BW2 = im2bw(E2im,graythresh(E2im)); % uses graythresh as opposed to .8 53 54 imshow(BW2) 55 figure

  15. Esercizi di Algebra Lineare Funzioni Lineari

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    Robbiano, Lorenzo

    `a" a tutto R3 (lo spazio generato da e1, e2, e3 ), cio`e (v) = (v1 · e1 + v2 · e2 + v3 · e3) = = v1 · (e1) + v2 · (e2) + v3 · (e3) quindi, per esempio, ((2, 4, 3)) `e (2 · e1 + 4 · e2 + 3 · e3) = 2(e1) + 4(e2

  16. Function: GTP:-tensorrank -find the rank of a tensor or an elements of the type 'gradedpolynom' Calling Sequence

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    Ablamowicz, Rafal

    . Examples: > restart:with(Clifford):with(GTP): > tensorrank(e1 &t e2); 2 > tensorrank(&t((e1 + e2),e2,Id,e1+e2,Id)); Cliplus has been loaded. Definitions for type/climon and type/clipolynom now in clude &C and &C[K]. Type ?cliprod for help. 5 > p:=a*(Id &t Id &t e2)-3*(e1we2 &t e2 &t e2we1 )+b*4*(Id &t e2 &t e

  17. CS152: Programming Languages Lecture 10 --Type-Safety Proof

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    Ceze, Luis

    [v/x] e1 e1 e1 e2 e1 e2 e2 e2 v e2 v e2 x[e/x] = e y = x y[e/x] = y c[e/x] = c e1[e/x]=e1 y =x y F V, then v1 e2 v1 e2. Else e is v1 v2. · v1 : and Canonical Forms ensures v1 has the form x. e . So v1 v2

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    classrooms. A 21st education today focuses on the information analysis, evaluation, synthesis, and creation in online knowledge creation and exchange such as simulation, appropriation, collective intelligence

  19. Function: GTP:-`&t` -graded tensor product Calling Sequence

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    Ablamowicz, Rafal

    :=linalg[diag](1,1,1,1,1):eval(makealiases(5)): > &t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,tensorprod); ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 true > 2*&t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,tensorprod); 2 ( )( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 false > 2*&t(e1,e2,e3);type(%,gradedmonom); 2 ( )( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 true > e1 &t e2 &t e3;&t(e1,e2,e3); ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 ( )e1 &t e2 &t e3 > p1:=e1-2*e2

  20. On the Unique Structural Organization of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex*

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    Baker, Timothy S.

    acyltransferase (E2), a catalytic and structural component of the three functional classes of multienzyme acetyltransferase (tE2) of the Saccha- romyces cerevisiae pyruvate dehydrogenase complex and complexes of the tE2 associated with its dihydrolipoamide dehy- drogenase (BP E3). The tE2 core is a pentagonal dodeca- hedron

  1. NEUROSYSTEMS Estradiol-dependent catecholaminergic innervation of

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    Sockman, Keith W.

    that gonadal steroids such as estradiol (E2) alter neural responses not only in brain regions associated the neural effects of E2 in sensory areas. Here, we tested the effects of E2 on catecholaminergic innervation or E2. In one hemisphere of the brain, we used immunohistochemistry to quantify fibers immunoreactive

  2. Structure 14, 6373, January 2006 2006 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved DOI 10.1016/j.str.2005.07.025 Mapping the Structure and Function

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    Baker, Timothy S.

    with the genomic RNA. The small 6K protein (6 kDa) associates with the E1-pE2 heterodimer and is transported of the E2 protein, on the interactions between the E1 and E2 glycopro- teins in the formation between the transmembrane helices of the E1 and E2 proteins, and on the confor- mational changes

  3. A.A.2015/2016 Corso di laurea magistrale in Bioingegneria Orario lezioni I semestre

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    Robbiano, Lorenzo

    ) Biomedical Robotics (B4) 1112 Clinical Engineering (E2) Clinical Neuroscience (E2) Health economics (E0) Clinical Neuroscience (E2) Biomedical Robotics (B4) 1213 Graphical programming) Biomedical Robotics (E2) Neuroinformatics (E0) Neuroinformatics (E0) 1314 Graphical programming

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    Miyashita, Yasushi

    50 DNA 6 DNA 4 E1E2A1A2 1 SNP 7 4 (1) 4 ERMS ARMS ERMS E1 E2ARMS A1 A2 (2) E1/E2 FGFR4/PIK3CA PTEN DNA 2a2b (3) FGFR4/PIK3CA E2 (4) E1 E2 ARMS ERMS E1/E2 91% PTEN DNA 2a2b ERMS DNA PTEN PTEN 2cPTEN PIK3CA PTEN DNA #12; PIK3CA ERMS FGFR4/PIK3CA E2 64% 3 TP53

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    Matveev, Vladimir S.

    Basis {e1, e2}, Vektoren v1 := e1, v2 := e1 + e2 und eine lin. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 #12 , eine Basis {e1, e2}, Vektoren v1 := e1, v2 := e1 + e2 und eine lin. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 Die. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 Die Matrix der Abbildung ist 1 1 0 1 #12;Wiederholung: Satz 9 Jede lineare

  6. Equilibrium Fluxes To calculate fluxes of a molecular

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    Alexeenko, Alina

    vx d vy d vz = n 3 3/ 2 - e -2 v y -v , y 2 d v y - e -2 vz 2 d vz 0 vx e -2 vx -v ,x 2 d vx - e - 2 v y-v ,y 2 d v y= - e - 2 vz 2 d vz= . #12; We get Using the substitution , we get where cose -2 v' x 2 d vx ' vx=vx ' vcos = n -v cos vx ' e - 2 v ' x 2 d vx ' v cos -v cos e - 2 v

  7. Compilation -M2 Cours 2 : Compilation d'un langage du premier ordre

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    Letouzey, Pierre - Laboratoire Preuves, Programmes et Systèmes, Université Paris 7

    true (x) = v x v e1 v1 ; (x v1) e2 v2 let x := e1 in e2 v2 ec true e1 v1 if ec then e1 else e2 v1 ec false e2 v2 if ec then e1 else e2 v2 e1 n1 e1 n2 e1R? e2 true si n1Rn2 est) e2 v2 let x := e1 in e2 v2 ec true e1 v1 if ec then e1 else e2 v1 ec false e2 v2 if ec

  8. 1.2 TENSOR CONCEPTS AND TRANSFORMATIONS # e 3 independent orthogonal unit vectors (base vectors), we may write any vector #

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    vectors (base vectors), we may write any vector # A as # A = A 1 # e 1 +A 2 # e 2 +A 3 # e 3 where (A 1 ), not necessarily of unit length, we can then write # e 1 = # E 1 | # E 1 | , # e 2 = # E 2 | # E 2 | , # e 3 = # E is orthogonal to two of the vectors from the other basis.) We can therefore write # E 1 = V -1 # E 2 × # E 3

  9. MATH 550, VECTOR ANALYSIS, EXTRA HOMEWORK 1 AND SOLUTIONS

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    Dix, Daniel B.

    MATH 550, VECTOR ANALYSIS, EXTRA HOMEWORK 1 AND SOLUTIONS Suppose (e1, e2, e3) is an orthonormal 8 - 2+2 6 8 -1 2 3 4 3 4 . Let (e1, e2, e3) = (e1, e2, e3)A be another orthonormal basis. Define v = e1 - 2e2 + 3e3 and w = -2e1 - e2 - 4e3. Answer the following: Problem 1. Find the components

  10. Math Review 1 Taylor expansion

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    Schofield, Jeremy

    measurable E with n discrete values E1, E2, . . . , En. Let N = number of measurements Ni = number probability: Suppose N measurements of two properties E and G. nij = number of measurements of Ei and Gj Pij. n i=1 Pi = 1 Averages: E = n i=1 EiPi E2 = n i=1 E2 i Pi H(E) = n i=1 H(Ei)Pi Variance of E: 2 E E2

  11. Supplementary Material: New Rules for Domain Independent Lifted MAP Inference

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    Singla, Parag

    of 3 equivalence classes given by E1 = {X, Z, U} and E2 = {Y, V } and E3 = {W}. Here, E2 and E3 of the equivalence class E2. This results in three sub-theories M1, M2 and M3 with the domain of E2 being split as E2. Figure 1 depicts each of the sub-theories along with the formula weights. First two formulas contain

  12. A Relational Modal Logic for Higher-Order Stateful ADTs (Technical Appendix)

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    Dreyer, Derek

    Ops o ::= + | - | = | e ::= x | | l | n | o(e1, . . . , en) | true | false | if e then e1 else e2 | e1, e2 | fst e | snd e | inl e | inr e | case e of inl x1 e1 | inr x2 e2 | x : . e | e1 e2 | . e | e | pack 1, e as . | unpack e1 as , x in e2 | roll e | unroll e | ref e | !e | e

  13. Problem Set 9: Chemistry 180-345A DUE: Friday, November 21, 2003

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    Ronis, David M.

    noninteracting hydrogen atoms, and where H1 e2 R12 - e2 |r1 - R12| - e2 |r2 + R12| + e2 |r1 - r2 - R12| is the Coulombic interaction between the two atoms. (The coordinates are given in the figure). When ri/R12 and R12 points along z, show that H1 e2 R3 12 (x1 x2 + y1 y2 - 2z1z2). (1) You may recognize

  14. Departement de Mathematiques, Universite Paul Verlaine -Metz Licence de Mathematiques (S5) 2006/07

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    Wurzbacher, Tilmann

    que s = e 2 e 4 et t = e 1. (III.a) Calculer (s t)(v1, v2, v3), o`u v1 = 7e1 + 2e2, v2 = e4 et v3 contradiction en appliquant t successivement `a (e1, e2, e3), (e2, e1, e3) et (e3, e1, e2).] V. "Produits

  15. Solutions #3 MATH 110 : 201516

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    Smith, Gregory G.

    2e2 +v3e3, and w := w1e1 +w2e2 +w3e3. From the + + + e1 e2 e3 e1 e2 v1 v2 v3 v1 v2 w1 w2 w3 w1 w2)e2 +(v1w2 -v2w1)e3 so we obtain #12;page 3 of 3 Solutions #3 MATH 110 : 2015­16 + + + e1 e2 e3 e1 e2 e3 = (u·w)(v1e1 +v2e2 +v3e3)-(u·v)(w1e1 +w2e2 +w3e3) = (u·w)v-(u·v)w. (b) Using part (a), we have u

  16. Mining Co-locations Under Uncertainty , Yan Huang 2

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    Huang, Yan

    a clique using a user given distance threshold; (2) for any e1 E, e2 E and e1 = e2, we #12;s1.e3 s1.e2 s1.e1 s2.e3 s2.e1 s2.e2 s2.e4 s3.e1 s3.e2 s1 s3 s2 Fig. 1: Example Co-location. Three spatial features: {s1, s2, s3}. s1 has three events, s2 has four events, and s3 has two events. have s(e1) = s(e2); (3

  17. (Chapter head:)Interference We consider two plane waves incident on a plane surface. In real notation,

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    notation, E1 = Eo1 cos(k1 r1 !1t+ 1) (1) and E2 = Eo2 cos(k2 r2 !2t+ 2) (2) The Poynting vector is S = E H write the time and position depen- dence explicitly Ii = 1 Z ((^k1 ^n)E2 o1 cos2 (k1 r1 !1t+ 1) + (^k2 ^n)E2 o2 cos2 (k2 r2 !2t+ 2) + ^n ((^k1 + ^k2)(^E1 ^E2) ^E1(^E2 ^k1) ^E2(^E1 ^k2)) Eo1Eo2 cos(k1 r1

  18. Another new approach to the small Ree groups Robert A. Wilson

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    Wilson, Robert A.

    with basis {ei | -3 i 3}. Let b be the symmetric bilinear form defined on W by b(ei, e-i) = 1 and all other by ei ej = ek, -ek according as t(ei, ej, e-k) = 1, -1. In particular the product is graded entries denote zero. e-3 e-2 e-1 e0 e1 e2 e3 e-3 -e-3 e-2 -e-1 e0 e-2 -e-3 e-2 -e0 e1 e-1 e-3 e-1 -e0 -e2

  19. Esercizi di Algebra Lineare Riduzione di Gauss

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    Robbiano, Lorenzo

    ], [ 0, 1, 0, 3, -1] ] ); - riduco la prima colonna E1 := Identity(4); E1[2,1] := -1; E1; E1 * C; E2 := Identity(4); E2[3,1] := 1; E2; E2 * E1 * C; -- riduco la seconda colonna E3 := Identity(4); E3[2,2]:=0; E3[4,4]:=0; E3[4,2]:=1; E3[2,4]:=1; E3; E3 * E2 * E1 * C; E4 := Identity(4); E4[3,2] := -2a -1; E4; E4 * E3 * E2

  20. Esercizi di Algebra Lineare Riduzione di Gauss

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    Robbiano, Lorenzo

    ], [ 0, 1, 0, 3, -1] ] ); -- riduco la prima colonna E1 := Identity(4); E1[2,1] := -1; E1; E1 * C; E2 := Identity(4); E2[3,1] := 1; E2; E2 * E1 * C; -- riduco la seconda colonna E3 := Identity(4); E3[2,2]:=0; E3[4,4]:=0; E3[4,2]:=1; E3[2,4]:=1; E3; E3 * E2 * E1 * C; E4 := Identity(4); E4[3,2] := -2a -1; E4; E4 * E3 * E2

  1. Wiederholung: Wiederholung

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    Matveev, Vladimir S.

    Basis (e1, e2), Vektoren v1 := e1, v2 := e1 + e2 und eine lin. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 ab. #12 := e1, v2 := e1 + e2 und eine lin. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 Die Matrix der Abbildung ist 1 1 0 1. Abbildung, die e1 v1, e2 v2 Die Matrix der Abbildung ist 1 1 0 1 ab. #12;Wiederholung: Satz 32 Jede

  2. Written Assignment 5 This assignment asks you to prepare written answers to questions on code layout

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    Weimer, Westley

    (true), S1 so, E, S1 e2 : v, S2 so, e, S2 while e1 loop e2 pool : void, S3 so, E, S while e1 loop e2 pool, S1 lnew = newloc(S1) so, E[lnew/id], S1[v1/lnew] e2 : v2, S2 so, E, S let id : T e1 in e2 : v2, S2 n2 so, E, S e1 e2 : v, S2 Use these rules to construct a derivation for the following piece

  3. On Multiple Zeta Values of Even Arguments

    CERN Preprints

    Hoffman, Michael E

    2012-01-01

    For k <= n, let E(2n,k) be the sum of all multiple zeta values with even arguments whose weight is 2n and whose depth is k. Of course E(2n,1) is the value of the Riemann zeta function at 2n, and it is well known that E(2n,2) = (3/4)E(2n,1). Recently Z. Shen and T. Cai gave formulas for E(2n,3) and E(2n,4). We give two formulas form E(2n,k), both valid for arbitrary k <=n, one of which generalizes the Shen-Cai results; by comparing the two we obtain a Bernoulli-number identity. We also give an explicit generating function for the numbers E(2n,k).

  4. Vol. 116 (2009) ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA A No. 6 Split Octonions and Maxwell Equations

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    Nurowski, Pawel

    2009-01-01

    multiplication table: TABLE e1 e2 e3 e4 e5 e6 e7 e1 -1 e4 e7 -e2 e6 -e5 -e3 e2 -e4 -1 e5 e1 -e3 e7 -e6 e3 -e7 -e5 1 e6 ±e2 e4 ±e1 e4 e2 -e1 -e6 -1 e7 e3 -e5 e5 -e6 e3 e2 -e7 1 ±e1 ±e4 e6 e5 -e7 ±e4 -e3 e1 1 ±e2 e7 e3 e6 e1 e5 e4 e2 1 In this table the upper sign corresponds to the multipli- cation

  5. A&A manuscript no. (will be inserted by hand later)

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    Fynbo, Johan

    ., Denmark 2 European Southern Observatory, Karl­Schwarzschild­StraÃ?e 2, D­85748, Garching bei MË?unchen, Germany 3 Space Telescope -- European Coordinating Facility, Karl­Schwarzschild­StraÃ?e 2, D­85748

  6. Estradiol and Genistein Alter Cellular Physiology of Non-Malignant Colonocytes 

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    Billimek, Autumn Renee

    2012-10-19

    Many studies show that estradiol (E2) and consumption of soy and its primary phytoestrogen component genistein (GEN) can inhibit the formation of colon tumors. However, the effects of E2 and GEN at physiologically relevant levels in non...

  7. Menopause leads to elevated expression of macrophage-associated genes in the aging frontal cortex: rat and human studies identify strikingly similar changes

    University of California eScholarship Repository

    2012-01-01

    transcriptional activation of the four marker genes.genes suggests that E2 may attenuate microglial activation.activation, called microglial priming, seems to be re- versible, as E2 replacement attenuates the expression of macrophage-associated genes

  8. The Rise of Electric Two-wheelers in China: Factors for their Success and Implications for the Future

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    Weinert, Jonathan X.

    2007-01-01

    carbon) benefits compared to gasoline powered motorcycles,motorcycles E2W bans In Shanghai, LPG scooters are allowed so this policy will also likely benefitmotorcycles dominate the roads [5]. For the domestic Chinese E2W market, the benefit

  9. How Different is Wireless Access? Implications for Internet Mergers

    University of Cambridge - Dspace

    Giovannetti, Emanuele

    2004-06-16

    S.? e ? 2?f? ? ? 22? 2 n .D? ? DD. E?ef? 2.? n ?f? 2 n .? ? ? E.? 2 n f? ? 2b? E2H? {R 2SJo? ’ k 2.? e ? .H? ? ? SS? 2 n e2D? ? . n b? D E?ef? 2.? n ?f? 2 n .? ? ? E.? 2 n f? ? 2b? {R ?SJo? ’ 2k e? e ? ?.? ? ? 2b? 2 n .? ? DD E.? 2 n... Eb? uhL4 E?? ?i LM|@?? |?i ??Ui?|??i uLh |?i 4ih}ih uLh W5? L?i @?_ |?L ??_ih *L? _?gihi?|?@|?L? @?_ ULh?ih Th?UitG {Z ,_ :2 ’ 2k 2 ? ??fS e2H? ? n bS DHS? e ? H 2.H? D ? Hf SS? 2 n S2. f??n bb? b n H bb?? H n 2? ?Se? . ? .e D.S? S ? 2HH f...

  10. Veranstaltungen (Stand: 6.3.2014) Informationen: www.physik.uni-muenchen.de

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    Kersting, Roland

    17003 E2: Wärmelehre und Elektromagnetismus für Bachelor, Lehramt Gymnasium, Vorlesung, 4-stündig, Mo 8.07.2014 Kersting 17004 Zentralübungen zu E2: Wärmelehre und Elektromagnetismus für Bachelor, Lehramt Gymnasium

  11. Fakultt fr Physik 951 Veranstaltungen

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    Kersting, Roland

    -Studium - Pflichtvorlesungen 17001 E2: Wärmelehre und Elektromagnetismus für Bachelor, Lehramt Gymnasium, 4-stündig, Mi 8 zu E2 Kersting 17005 E4: Atom- und Molekülphysik für Bachelor, Lehramt Gymnasium, 4-stündig, Mo 14

  12. Proapoptotic Function of the Retinoblastoma Tumor Suppressor Protein

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    Ianari, Alessandra

    The retinoblastoma protein (pRB) tumor suppressor blocks cell proliferation by repressing the E2F transcription factors. This inhibition is relieved through mitogen-induced phosphorylation of pRB, triggering E2F release ...

  13. Theory of Angular Momentum This chapter is concerned with a systematic treatment of angular momen-

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    Satija, Indu

    be overemphasized. A thorough understanding of angu- lar momentum is essential in molecular, atomic, and nuclear and Angular Momentum Commutation Relations fl1llll iOIl. Elementary matrix manipulations lead to 1-- e2 0 e 2

  14. Juniperus virginiana (Native) 3 

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    James R. Manhart

    2011-08-10

    significantly reduced DNA adduct formation. Contrarily, E2 significantly induced apoptosis of damaged colonocytes while fish oil was not protective. In an in vivo model of inflammation-associated colon carcinogenesis with E2 administered following induction...

  15. 1 10-12.2002 . Observation of K+

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    Titov, Anatoly

    ìåòîäà (2E, 2V) èçìåðåíèé ïîêàçàëà íåîáõîäè- ìîñòü âíåñåíèÿ ïîïðàâîê â îïðåäåëåííîì äèàïàçîíå èçìåðÿåìûõ Experimental implementation of the (2E, 2V)-measurement method showed the necessity of corrections

  16. Ubungsaufgaben Quantenmechanik SS12 Fakultat fur Physik und Astronomie

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    Heermann, Dieter W.

    ) a) Bestimmen Sie die Eigenzust¨ande von H in erster Ordnung und die Eigenwerte in zweiter Ordnung St¨orungstheorie. b) Die exakten Eigenwerte und -zust¨ande sind gegeben durch E± = 1 2 (E1 + E2) ± 1 2 (E2 - E1)2 + 42a2 ± = A± -ia E1 - E± (2) mit A-1 ± = (E1 - E±)2 + 2a2. Zeigen Sie, dass die Taylorentwicklung der

  17. Local electronic structure and inhomogeneity in heavy fermion

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    . ·Superconductivity is in close proximity to AF magnetism. ·Ground state in different phases can be tuned by control., Nat. Phys. 10, 120 (2014) #12;Elastic tunneling Metal 1 Metal 2 EF1 E1 E2 Insulating barrier EF2 E1=E2 Inelastic tunneling E1=E2+w0 Metal 1 Metal 2 EF1 E1 E2 w0 Insulating barrier EF

  18. Monads in Action Andrzej Filinski

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    Filinski, Andrzej

    Haskell with Int-exceptions t ::= Core lang. Int | t1 t2 | Either t1 t2 | M t ::= id | ex | · · · e ::= n | x | x e | e1 e2 | Left e | Right e | case e0 of {Left x e1; Right y e2} Core lang. | return e | do x e1; e2 | raise e | try e1 with x e2 Typing judgment e : t . Usual rules for core constructs

  19. Mathematik I f ur Chemiker 4. Serie vom 01.11.01

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    Quapp, Wolfgang

    Mathematik I f ur Chemiker 4. Serie vom 01.11.01 13. Gegeben seien die Vektoren ~a = 3~e 1 ~ e 2 + ~ e 3 ; ~ b = 2~e 1 + 3~e 2 ~ e 3 , wobei ~ e 1 ~ e 2 ; ~ e 3 die kanonische Basis des R 3 bilden. a) Man dr ucke 2~a ~ b als Linearkombination von ~ e 1 ; ~ e 2 ; ~ e 3 aus. L osung: 2~a ~ b = 6e 1 2e

  20. Relative Potencies and Combination Effects of Steroidal Estrogens in

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    Tyler, Charles

    steroidal estrogens or their mixtures in vivo. In this study the estrogenic activity of E2, E1, and EE2, and the combination effects of a mixture of E2 and EE2 (equi-potent fixed-ratio mixture), were assessed using potent than E1. The median effective concentration, relative to E2, for the binary mixture of E2 and EE2