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  1. Low genetic variation is associated with low mutation rate in the giant duckweed (vol 10, 1243, 2019) 

    Xu, Shuqing; Stapley, Jessica; Gablenz, Saskia; et al. (2019)
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  2. Plasmonic IQ modulators with attojoule per bit electrical energy consumption 

    Heni, Wolfgang; Fedoryshyn, Yuriy; Baeuerle, Benedikt; et al. (2019)
    Nature Communications
    Coherent optical communications provides the largest data transmission capacity with the highest spectral efficiency and therefore has a remarkable potential to satisfy today’s ever-growing bandwidth demands. It relies on so-called in-phase/quadrature (IQ) electro-optic modulators that encode information on both the amplitude and the phase of light. Ideally, such IQ modulators should offer energy-efficient operation and a most compact ...
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  3. Guidelines for the standardized collection of blood-based biomarkers in psychiatry: Steps for laboratory validity - a consensus of the Biomarkers Task Force from the WFSBP 

    Andreazza, Ana C.; Laksono, Isabelle; Fernandes, Brisa S.; et al. (2019)
    The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry
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  4. Retrieving high-resolution information from disordered 2D crystals by single-particle cryo-EM 

    Righetto, Ricardo D.; Biyani, Nikhil; Kowal, Julia; et al. (2019)
    Nature Communications
    Electron crystallography can reveal the structure of membrane proteins within 2D crystals under close-to-native conditions. High-resolution structural information can only be reached if crystals are perfectly flat and highly ordered. In practice, such crystals are difficult to obtain. Available image unbending algorithms correct for disorder, but only perform well on images of non-tilted, flat crystals, while out-of-plane distortions are ...
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  5. Bisacylphosphane oxides as photo-latent cytotoxic agents and potential photo-latent anticancer drugs 

    Beil, Andreas; Steudel, Friederike A.; Bräuchle, Christoph; et al. (2019)
    Scientific Reports
    Bisacylphosphane oxides (BAPOs) are established as photoinitiators for industrial applications. Light irradiation leads to their photolysis, producing radicals. Radical species induce oxidative stress in cells and may cause cell death. Hence, BAPOs may be suitable as photolatent cytotoxic agents, but such applications have not been investigated yet. Herein, we describe for the first time a potential use of BAPOs as drugs for photolatent ...
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  6. Multi-Cue Event Information Fusion for Pedestrian Detection With Neuromorphic Vision Sensors 

    Chen, Guang; Cao, Hu; Ye, Canbo; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Neurorobotics
    Neuromorphic vision sensors are bio-inspired cameras that naturally capture the dynamics of a scene with ultra-low latency, filtering out redundant information with low power consumption. Few works are addressing the object detection with this sensor. In this work, we propose to develop pedestrian detectors that unlock the potential of the event data by leveraging multi-cue information and different fusion strategies. To make the best out ...
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  7. A new family of representations of virtually free groups 

    Iozzi, Alessandra; Kuhn, M. Gabriella; Steger, Tim (2013)
    Mathematische Zeitschrift
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  8. Modelling strategies for assessing and increasing the effectiveness of new phenotyping techniques in plant breeding 

    Van Eeuwijk, Fred A.; Bustos-Korts, Daniela; Millet, Emilie J.; et al. (2019)
    Plant Science
    New types of phenotyping tools generate large amounts of data on many aspects of plant physiology and morphology with high spatial and temporal resolution. These new phenotyping data are potentially useful to improve understanding and prediction of complex traits, like yield, that are characterized by strong environmental context dependencies, i.e., genotype by environment interactions. For an evaluation of the utility of new phenotyping ...
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  9. ALCAM Mediates DC Migration Through Afferent Lymphatics and Promotes Allospecific Immune Reactions 

    Willrodt, Ann-Helen; Salabarria, Ann-Charlott; Schineis, Philipp; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Immunology
    Activated leukocyte cell adhesion molecule (ALCAM, CD166) is a cell adhesion molecule of the immunoglobulin superfamily and has been implicated in diverse pathophysiological processes including T cell activation, leukocyte trafficking, and (lymph)angiogenesis. However, exploring the therapeutic potential of ALCAM blockade in immune-mediated inflammatory disorders has been difficult due to the lack of antibodies with blocking activity ...
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  10. Brain Citrullination Patterns and T Cell Reactivity of Cerebrospinal Fluid-Derived CD4(+) T Cells in Multiple Sclerosis 

    Faigle, Wolfgang; Cruciani, Carolina; Wolski, Witold; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Immunology
    Immune responses to citrullinated peptides have been described in autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and multiple sclerosis (MS). We investigated the post-translational modification (PTM), arginine to citrulline, in brain tissue of MS patients and controls (C) by proteomics and subsequently the cellular immune response of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)-infiltrating T cells to citrullinated and unmodified peptides of myelin basic ...
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  11. Inputs and processes affecting the distribution of particulate iron in the North Atlantic along the GEOVIDE (GEOTRACES GA01) section 

    Gourain, Arthur; Planquette, Hélène; Cheize, Marie; et al. (2019)
    The aim of the GEOVIDE cruise (May–June 2014, R/V Pourquoi Pas?) was to provide a better understanding of trace metal biogeochemical cycles in the North Atlantic Ocean. As marine particles play a key role in the global biogeochemical cycle of trace elements in the ocean, we discuss the distribution of particulate iron (PFe), in relation to the distribution of particulate aluminium (PAl), manganese (PMn), and phosphorus (PP). Overall, 32 ...
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  12. Combining PREM compilation and static scheduling for high-performance and predictable MPSoC execution 

    Matějka, Joel; Forsberg, Björn; Sojka, Michal; et al. (2019)
    Parallel Computing
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  13. Hydrogen and carbon isotope responses to salinity in greenhouse-cultivated mangroves 

    Woon Park, Ji; Ladd, S. Nemiah; Sachs, Julian P. (2019)
    Organic Geochemistry
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  14. Trade-offs between defenses against herbivores in goldenrod (Solidago altissima) 

    Yip, Eric C.; Sowers, Rosalie P.; Helms, Anjel M.; et al. (2019)
    Arthropod-Plant Interactions
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  15. Effect of milking stall dimensions on upper limb and shoulder muscle activity in milkers 

    Cockburn, Marianne; Gómez, Yamenah; Schick, Matthias; et al. (2019)
    Journal of Dairy Science
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  16. Interventions to prevent iron deficiency during the first 1000 days in low-income and middle-income countries: recent advances and challenges 

    Lewies, Angélique; Zandberg, Lizelle; Baumgartner, Jeannine (2019)
    Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care
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  17. Spatially clustering de novo variants in CYFIP2, encoding the cytoplasmic FMRP interacting protein 2, cause intellectual disability and seizures 

    Zweier, Markus; Begemann, Anaïs; McWalter, Kirsty; et al. (2019)
    European Journal of Human Genetics
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  18. Estimation of antihydrogen properties in experiments with small signal deficit 

    Radics, Balint (2019)
    Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
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  19. Energy and power awareness in hardware schedulers for energy harvesting IoT SoCs 

    Anagnostou, Patroklos; Gomez, A.; Hager, Pascal A.; et al. (2019)
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  20. Intrinsic viscoelasticity of C-S-H assessed from basic creep of cement pastes 

    Hu, Zhangli; Hilaire, Adrien; Ston, Julien; et al. (2019)
    Cement and Concrete Research
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