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  1. The Price of Quota-based Diversity in Assignment Problems 

    Benabbou, Nawal; Chakraborty, Mithun; Ho, Xuan-Vinh; et al. (2020)
    ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation
    In this article, we introduce and analyze an extension to the matching problem on a weighted bipartite graph (i.e., the assignment problem): Assignment with Type Constraints. Here, the two parts of the graph are each partitioned into subsets, called types and blocks, respectively; we seek a matching with the largest sum of weights under the constraint that there is a pre-specified cap on the number of vertices matched in every type-block ...
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  2. Does inappropriate behavior hurt or stink? The interplay between neural representations of somatic experiences and moral decisions 

    Sharvit, Gil; Lin, Enru; Vuilleumier, Patrik; et al. (2020)
    Science Advances
    Embodied models suggest that moral judgments are strongly intertwined with first-hand somatic experiences, with some pointing to disgust, and others arguing for a role of pain/harm. Both disgust and pain are unpleasant, arousing experiences, with strong relevance for survival, but with distinctive sensory qualities and neural channels. Hence, it is unclear whether moral cognition interacts with sensory-specific properties of one somatic ...
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  3. Next-generation DNA damage sequencing 

    Mingard, Cécile; Wu, Junzhou; McKeague, Maureen; et al. (2020)
    Chemical Society Reviews
    Cellular DNA is constantly chemically altered by exogenous and endogenous agents. As all processes of life depend on the transmission of the genetic information, multiple biological processes exist to ensure genome integrity. Chemically damaged DNA has been linked to cancer and aging, therefore it is of great interest to map DNA damage formation and repair to elucidate the distribution of damage on a genome-wide scale. While the low ...
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  4. LiP-Quant, an automated chemoproteomic approach to identify drug targets in complex proteomes 

    Feng, Yuehan; Beaton, Nigel; Piazza, Ilaria; et al. (2020)
    European Journal of Cancer
    Other Conference Item
  5. Synthesis and Characterization of Ion Pairs between Alkaline Metal Ions and Anionic Anti-Aromatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons with π-Conjugated Central Seven- and Eight-Membered Rings 

    Bloch, Jan; Kradolfer, Stefan; Gianetti, Thomas L.; et al. (2020)
    The synthesis, isolation and full characterization of ion pairs between alkaline metal ions (Li+, Na+, K+) and mono-anions and dianions obtained from 5H-dibenzo[a,d]cycloheptenyl (C15H11 = trop) is reported. According to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, single crystal X-ray analysis and Density Functional Theory (DFT) calculations, the trop‒ and trop2−• anions show anti-aromatic properties which are dependent on the counter ...
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