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  1. Whi5 is diluted and protein synthesis does not dramatically increase in pre-Start G1 

    Schmoller K.M.; Lanz M.C.; Kim J.; et al. (2022)
    Molecular Biology of the Cell
    Journal Article
  2. Ingested non-essential amino acids recruit brain orexin cells to suppress eating in mice 

    Viskaitis P.; Arnold M.; Garau C.; et al. (2022)
    Current Biology
    Ingested nutrients are proposed to control mammalian behavior by modulating the activity of hypothalamic orexin/hypocretin neurons (HONs). Previous in vitro studies showed that nutrients ubiquitous in mammalian diets, such as non-essential amino acids (AAs) and glucose, modulate HONs in distinct ways. Glucose inhibits HONs, whereas non-essential (but not essential) AAs activate HONs. The latter effect is of particular interest because its ...
    Journal Article
  3. Towards a system-level causative knowledge of pollinator communities 

    Saavedra S.; Bartomeus I.; Godoy O.; et al. (2022)
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
    Pollination plays a central role in both crop production and maintaining biodiversity. However, habitat loss, pesticides, invasive species and larger environmental fluctuations are contributing to a dramatic decline of pollinators worldwide. Different management solutions require knowledge of how ecological communities will respond following interventions. Yet, anticipating the response of these systems to interventions remains extremely ...
    Review Article
  4. Automatically Identifying Soundness and Completeness Errors in Program Analysis Tools 

    Bugariu, Alexandra (2022)
    Program analysis tools (such as static analyzers, SMT solvers, and program verifiers) are extremely important for ensuring the correctness of a large variety of software systems. Very often, these tools are assumed to be sound (i.e., do not miss errors) and complete (i.e., have a low rate of false positives), otherwise their results are not reliable. However, these assumptions do not always hold in practice. Even if their theoretical ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  5. Discrete Mathematics 

    Boschini, Cecilia; Hansen, Arne; Wolf, Stefan (2022)
    Monograph

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