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  1. Effects of dietary CP and amino acid restriction on the prowth dynamics of organs and body components in entire male, castrated and female pigs 

    Ruiz-Ascacibar, Isabel; Stoll, Peter; Bee, Giuseppe (2019)
    The optimized use of dietary nutrients and the accurate knowledge of the growth dynamics of body components is important for efficient pig production. This study aimed at evaluating the growth of carcass components and organs of Swiss Large White pigs from birth to 140 kg BW depending on the CP and amino acid (AA) supply. A total of 66 entire males (EM), 58 castrates (CA) and 66 female (FE) pigs were used. From 20 kg BW onwards, they had ...
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  2. Large-Scale Mapping of Axonal Arbors Using High-Density Microelectrode Arrays 

    Bullmann, Torsten; Radivojevic, Milos; Huber, Stefan T.; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience
    Understanding the role of axons in neuronal information processing is a fundamental task in neuroscience. Over the last years, sophisticated patch-clamp investigations have provided unexpected and exciting data on axonal phenomena and functioning, but there is still a need for methods to investigate full axonal arbors at sufficient throughput. Here, we present a new method for the simultaneous mapping of the axonal arbors of a large number ...
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  3. Substituent-controlled, mild oxidative fluorination of iodoarenes: synthesis and structural study of aryl I(iii)- and I(v)-fluorides 

    Häfliger, Joel; Pitts, Cody R.; Bornemann, Dustin; et al. (2019)
    Chemical Science
    We report a mild approach to the synthesis of difluoro(aryl)-λ3-iodanes (aryl-IF2 compounds) and tetrafluoro(aryl)-λ5-iodanes (aryl-IF4 compounds) using trichloroisocyanuric acid (TCICA) and potassium fluoride (KF). Under these reaction conditions, selective access to either the I(III)- or I(V)-derivatives is predictable based solely on the substitution pattern of the iodoarene starting material. Moreover, the discovery of this TCICA/KF ...
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  4. Kinematic energy balance approach to submarine landslide evolution 

    Buss, Christian; Friedli, Balz; Puzrin, Alexander M. (2019)
    Canadian Geotechnical Journal
    The paper applies the energy balance kinematic method of plasticity theory to the large deformation problem of initiation and propagation of the spreading and ploughing failure outside a failed slab in submarine sediments. The models account for the phenomenon of the progressive propagation of a slope parallel slip surface, which is also quantified using the energy balance approach. In contrast to existing approximate analytical and ...
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  5. Beam Steering with a Nonlinear Optical Phased Array Antenna 

    Busschaert, Sebastian; Flöry, Nikolaus; Papadopoulos, Sotirios; et al. (2019)
    Nano Letters
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  6. Investigation of the Eightwise Switching Mechanism and Its Suppression in SrTiO3 Modulated by Humidity and Interchanged Top and Bottom Platinum and LaNiO3 Electrode Contacts 

    Sediva, Eva; Bowman, William J.; Gonzalez‐Rosillo, Juan C.; et al. (2019)
    Advanced Electronic Materials
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  7. Macroscopic Salt Rejection through Electrostatically Gated Nanoporous Graphene 

    Wyss, Roman M.; Tian, Tian; Yazda, Khadija; et al. (2019)
    Nano Letters
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  8. Effect of locally deposited nanosilica particles on interlaminar fracture toughness of high glass-transition temperature epoxy carbon fiber-reinforced composites 

    Louis, Bryan M.; Klunker, Florian; Ermanni, Paolo (2019)
    Journal of Composite Materials
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  9. Plant functional trait shifts explain concurrent changes in the structure and function of grassland soil microbial communities 

    Boeddinghaus, Runa S.; Marhan, Sven; Berner, Doreen; et al. (2019)
    Journal of Ecology
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  10. Structural Evolution and Dynamics of an In2O3 Catalyst for CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol: An Operando XAS-XRD and In Situ TEM Study 

    Tsoukalou, Athanasia; Abdala, Paula M.; Stoian, Dragos; et al. (2019)
    Journal of the American Chemical Society
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  11. Self-Sustainable Smart Ring for Long-Term Monitoring of Blood Oxygenation 

    Magno, Michele; Salvatore, Giovanni A.; Jokic, Petar; et al. (2019)
    IEEE Access
    Medical devices measure vital parameters such as pulse, respiration rate, and blood oxygenation, over periods of days or weeks in a continuous manner. Traditional systems only support such requirements in stationary applications where a constant power supply is available. Trends toward remote healthcare and telemedicine require wearable devices, able to provide similar functionalities in wireless mode. Miniaturized and thin form factors, ...
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  12. Flexible and Lightweight Devices for Wireless Multi-Color Optogenetic Experiments Controllable via Commercial Cell Phones 

    Mayer, Philipp; Sivakumar, Nandhini; Pritz, Michael; et al. (2019)
    Frontiers in Neuroscience
    Optogenetics provide a potential alternative approach to the treatment of chronic pain, in which complex pathology often hampers efficacy of standard pharmacological approaches. Technological advancements in the development of thin, wireless, and mechanically flexible optoelectronic implants offer new routes to control the activity of subsets of neurons and nerve fibers in vivo. This study reports a novel and advanced design of battery-free, ...
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  13. Expanding the mass range for UVPD-based native top-down mass spectrometry 

    Greisch, Jean-Francois; Tamara, Sem; Scheltema, Richard A.; et al. (2019)
    Chemical Science
    Native top-down mass spectrometry is emerging as a methodology that can be used to structurally investigate protein assemblies. To extend the possibilities of native top-down mass spectrometry to larger and more heterogeneous biomolecular assemblies, advances in both the mass analyzer and applied fragmentation techniques are still essential. Here, we explore ultraviolet photodissociation (UVPD) of protein assemblies on an Orbitrap with ...
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  14. Defect-Tolerant Plasmonic Elliptical Resonators for Long-Range Energy Transfer 

    Antolinez, Felipe V.; Winkler, Jan M.; Rohner, Patrik; et al. (2019)
    ACS Nano
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  15. Low-Temperature Dip-Based All-Copper Interconnects Formed by Pressure-Assisted Sintering of Copper Nanoparticles 

    Del Carro, Luca; Zürcher, Jonas; Drechsler, Ute; et al. (2019)
    IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology
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  16. The concept of essential use for determining when uses of PFASs can be phased out 

    Cousins, Ian T.; Goldenman, Gretta; Herzke, Dorte; et al. (2019)
    Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts
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  17. Electrodeposition of amorphous Fe-Cr-Ni stainless steel alloy with high corrosion resistance, low cytotoxicity and soft magnetic properties 

    Bertero, Enrico; Hasegawa, Madoka; Staubli, Samuel; et al. (2018)
    Surface and Coatings Technology
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  18. Prestressed CFRP-strengthening and long-term wireless monitoring of an old roadway metallic bridge 

    Ghafoori, Elyas; Hosseini, Ardalan; Al-Mahaidi, Riadh; et al. (2018)
    Engineering Structures
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  19. Above-and belowground linkages shape responses of mountain vegetation to climate change 

    Hagedorn, Frank; Gavazov, Konstantin S.; Alexander, Jake M. (2019)
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