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Open access funding: the deadline for funding applications for articles in subscription journals is 14 December 2021. Read more

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  1. Improving Constraints on Planetary Interiors With PPs Receiver Functions 

    Kim, D.; Lekic, V.; Irving, J. C. E.; et al. (2021)
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets
    Seismological constraints obtained from receiver function (RF) analysis provide important information about the crust and mantle structure. Here, we explore the utility of the free-surface multiple of the P-wave (PP) and the corresponding conversions in RF analysis. Using earthquake records, we demonstrate the efficacy of PPs-RFs before illustrating how they become especially useful when limited data is available in typical planetary ...
    Journal Article
  2. Heterogeneous metal-organic framework catalysts for suzuki-miyaura cross coupling in the pharma industry 

    Cartagenova D.; Bachmann S.; Van Bokhovena J.A.; et al. (2021)
    Chimia
    The synthesis of drug substances (DS) requires the continuous effort of the pharma industry to ensure high sustainability standards. The Suzuki-Miyaura cross coupling is a fundamental C-C bond-forming reaction to produce complex DS intermediates. The present contribution points out the way in which the synthesis of DS intermediates by C-C cross coupling can be economically competitive, while minimizing waste by selecting the appropriate ...
    Journal Article
  3. RESCRIPt: Reproducible sequence taxonomy reference database management 

    Robeson M.S.; O'Rourke D.R.; Kaehler B.D.; et al. (2021)
    PLoS Computational Biology
    Nucleotide sequence and taxonomy reference databases are critical resources for widespread applications including marker-gene and metagenome sequencing for microbiome analysis, diet metabarcoding, and environmental DNA (eDNA) surveys. Reproducibly generating, managing, using, and evaluating nucleotide sequence and taxonomy reference databases creates a significant bottleneck for researchers aiming to generate custom sequence databases. ...
    Journal Article
  4. A constitutive equation of turbulence 

    Egolf P.W.; Hutter K. (2021)
    Fluids
    Even though applications of direct numerical simulations are on the rise, today the most usual method to solve turbulence problems is still to apply a closure scheme of a defined order. It is not the case that a rising order of a turbulence model is always related to a quality improvement. Even more, a conceptual advantage of applying a lowest order turbulence model is that it represents the analogous method to the procedure of introducing ...
    Journal Article
  5. External validation of the PAR-Risk Score to assess potentially avoidable hospital readmission risk in internal medicine patients 

    Higi L.; Lisibach A.; Beeler P.E.; et al. (2021)
    PLoS ONE
    Background Readmission prediction models have been developed and validated for targeted in-hospital preventive interventions. We aimed to externally validate the Potentially Avoidable Readmission- Risk Score (PAR-Risk Score), a 12-items prediction model for internal medicine patients with a convenient scoring system, for our local patient cohort. Methods A cohort study using electronic health record data from the internal medicine ward ...
    Journal Article

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