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  1. Neurohypophyseal Peptides from Prague and Swedish Laboratories Used as Medications: Desmo-pressin, Terlipressin, Carbetocin. Part 1: History of Research and Beginnings of Industrial Production 

    Pliska V.; Pařízek A.; Flegel A.M. (2022)
    Chemické Listy
    From the fifties to the seventies of the last century, the neurohypophyseal peptides oxytocin and vasopressin con-stituted one of the main research areas at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry in Prague (IOCB). A significant contribution to this area is associated with the names of František Šorm, director of the said institute, and Josef Rudinger, head of the institute’s peptide labora-tory. At that time, newly developed ...
    Journal Article
  2. Comprehensive quantitative characterization of the human term amnion proteome 

    Avilla-Royo E.; Gegenschatz-Schmid K.; Grossmann J.; et al. (2021)
    Matrix Biology Plus
    The loss of fetal membrane (FM) integrity and function at an early time point during pregnancy can have devastating consequences for the fetus and the newborn. However, biomaterials for preventive sealing and healing of FMs are currently non-existing, which can be partly attributed to the current fragmentary knowledge of FM biology. Despite recent advances in proteomics analysis, a robust and comprehensive description of the amnion proteome ...
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  3. Phosphorus dynamics during early soil development in a cold desert: Insights from oxygen isotopes in phosphate 

    Frkova Z.; Pistocchi C.; Vystavna Y.; et al. (2022)
    At the early stages of pedogenesis, the dynamics of phosphorus (P) in soils are controlled by microbial communities, the physicochemical properties of the soil and the environmental conditions. While various microorganisms involved in carrying out biogeochemical processes have been identified, little is known about the actual contribution of microbial processes, such as organic P hydrolysis and microbial P turnover, to P cycling. We thus ...
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  4. Bandwidth-insensitive extended centroid frequency-shift method for near-surface Q estimation 

    Li H.; Liu X.; Liu B.; et al. (2022)
    Seismic waves often are strongly attenuated in the near surface. The measurement and compensation for attenuation are crucial for high-resolution seismic imaging. The quality factor (Q), as a measure of attenuation, is usually estimated by frequency-based methods. We have extended the centroid frequency-shift (CFS) method for Q estimation to high loss media without the usual assumption of Q>10. The adaptability of this approach for an ...
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  5. A quantum state for the late Universe 

    Giusti A.; Buffa S.; Heisenberg L.; et al. (2022)
    Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics
    We consider the quantum description of a toy model universe in which the Schwarzschild-de Sitter geometry emerges from the coherent state of a massless scalar field. Although highly idealised, this simple model allows us to find clear hints supporting the conclusion that the reaction of the de Sitter background to the presence of matter sources induces i) a modified Newtonian dynamics at galactic scales and ii) different values measured ...
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