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  1. Quantitative analysis of yeast MAPK signaling networks and crosstalk using a microfluidic device 

    Lee, Byungjin; Jeong, Seong-Geun; Jin, Si Hyung; et al. (2020)
    Lab on a Chip
    Eukaryotic cells developed complex mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling networks to sense their intra- and extracellular environment and respond to various stress conditions. For example,S. cerevisiaeuses five distinct MAP kinase pathways to orchestrate meiosis or respond to mating pheromones, osmolarity changes and cell wall stress. Although each MAPK module has been studied individually, the mechanisms underlying crosstalk ...
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  2. Elongation Patterns of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament after Total Knee Arthroplasty 

    Nasab, Seyyed Hamed Hosseini; Smith, Colin; Schutz, Pascal; et al. (2020)
    JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE
    This study aimed to understand the ability of fixed-bearing posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)-retaining implants to maintain functionality of the PCL in vivo. To achieve this, elongation of the PCL was examined in six subjects with good clinical and functional outcomes using 3D kinematics reconstructed from video-fluoroscopy, together with multibody modelling of the knee. Here, length-change patterns of the ligament bundles were tracked ...
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  3. Validation and Comparison of Monte Carlo and Finite Element Method in Forward Modeling for Near Infrared Optical Tomography 

    Jiang, Jingjing; Ren, Wuwei; Isler, Helene; et al. (2020)
    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
    Near infrared optical tomography (NIROT) is a non-invasive imaging technique to provide physiological information e.g. the oxygenation of tissue. For image reconstruction in clinical and preclinical scenarios, models to accurately describe light propagation are needed. This work aims to assess the accuracy and efficiency of different models, which paves the way for an optimal design of model-based image reconstruction algorithms in NIROT ...
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  4. Boundary Spanning Through Engagement of Policy Actors in Multiple Issues(sic)(sic)(sic)Palabras clave 

    Brandenberger, Laurence; Ingold, Karin; Fischer, Manuel; et al. (2020)
    Policy Studies Journal
    Prominent current policy problems such as climate change, migration, or the financial crisis embrace a multitude of issues that are tackled within single- or multiple-policy subsystems. However, interdependencies among actors that arise due to their multi-issue engagement are often discounted when studying policy processes, including learning dynamics and alliance or trust formation among actors engaged in multiple issues. Various issues ...
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  5. Using smartphone accelerometer data to obtain scientific mechanical-biological descriptors of resistance exercise training 

    Viecelli C.; Graf D.; Aguayo D.; et al. (2020)
    PLoS ONE
    © 2020 Viecelli et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Background Single repetition, contraction-phase specific and total time-under-tension (TUT) are crucial mechano-biological descriptors associated with distinct morphological, molecular ...
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  6. COVID-19 infectivity profile correction 

    Ashcroft P.; Huisman J.S.; Lehtinen S.; et al. (2020)
    Swiss Medical Weekly
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  7. Study of central exclusive [InlineEquation not available: see fulltext.] production in proton-proton collisions at √s=5.02 and 13TeV 

    Sirunyan A.M.; Tumasyan A.; Adam W.; et al. (2020)
    The European Physical Journal C
    © 2020, CERN for the benefit of the CMS collaboration. Central exclusive and semiexclusive production of [InlineEquation not available: see fulltext.] pairs is measured with the CMS detector in proton-proton collisions at the LHC at center-of-mass energies of 5.02 and 13TeV. The theoretical description of these nonperturbative processes, which have not yet been measured in detail at the LHC, poses a significant challenge to models. The ...
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  8. Non-Lithography Hydrodynamic Printing of Micro/Nanostructures on Curved Surfaces 

    Su M.; Qin F.; Zhang Z.; et al. (2020)
    Angewandte Chemie
    © 2020 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim A key issue of micro/nano devices is how to integrate micro/nanostructures with specified chemical components onto various curved surfaces. Hydrodynamic printing of micro/nanostructures on three-dimensional curved surfaces is achieved with a strategy that combines template-induced hydrodynamic printing and self-assembly of nanoparticles (NPs). Non-lithography flexible wall-shaped templates ...
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  9. Synthesis of Polymers Containing Potassium Acyltrifluoroborates (KATs) and Post-polymerization Ligation and Conjugation 

    Schauenburg D.; Divandari M.; Neumann K.; et al. (2020)
    Angewandte Chemie
    © 2020 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim We report the synthesis of monomers for atom-transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) and a reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) agent bearing trifluoroborate iminiums (TIMs), which are quantitatively converted into potassium acyltrifluoroborates (KATs) after polymerization. The resulting KAT-containing polymers are suitable for rapid amide-forming ligations for both ...
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  10. The Rb<inf>7</inf>Bi<inf>3−3x</inf>Sb<inf>3x</inf>Cl<inf>16</inf> Family: A Fully Inorganic Solid Solution with Room-Temperature Luminescent Members 

    Benin B.M.; McCall K.M.; Wörle M.; et al. (2020)
    Angewandte Chemie
    © 2020 The Authors. Published by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. Low-dimensional ns2-metal halide compounds have received immense attention for applications in solid-state lighting, optical thermometry and thermography, and scintillation. However, these are based primarily on the combination of organic cations with toxic Pb2+ or unstable Sn2+, and a stable inorganic luminescent material has yet to be found. Here, the zero-dimensional ...
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  11. Wide lag time distributions break a trade-off between reproduction and survival in bacteria 

    Moreno-Gámez S.; Kiviet D.J.; Vulin C.; et al. (2020)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    Many microorganisms face a fundamental trade-off between reproduction and survival: Rapid growth boosts population size but makes microorganisms sensitive to external stressors. Here, we show that starved bacteria encountering new resources can break this trade-off by evolving phenotypic heterogeneity in lag time. We quantify the distribution of single-cell lag times of populations of starved Escherichia coli and show that population ...
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  12. Privacy preserving targeted advertising and recommendations 

    Tulabandhula T.; Vaya S.; Dhar A. (2020)
    Journal of Business Analytics
    © Operational Research Society 2019. Recommendation systems form the centerpiece of a rapidly growing trillion dollar online advertisement industry. Curating and storing profile information of users on web portals can seriously breach their privacy. Modifying such systems to achieve private recommendations without extensive redesign of the recommendation process typically requires communication of large encrypted information, making the ...
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  13. Interacting Dirac materials 

    Banerjee S.; Abergel D.S.L.; Ågren H.; et al. (2020)
    Journal of Physics Condensed Matter
    © 2020 IOP Publishing Ltd. We investigate the extent to which the class of Dirac materials in two-dimensions provides general statements about the behavior of both fermionic and bosonic Dirac quasiparticles in the interacting regime. For both quasiparticle types, we find common features for the interaction induced renormalization of the conical Dirac spectrum. We perform the perturbative renormalization analysis and compute the self-energy ...
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  14. Lateral stability in healthy proximal interphalangeal joints versus surface replacement and silicone arthroplasty: Results of a three-dimensional motion analysis study 

    Hensler S.; Behm P.; Wehrli M.; et al. (2020)
    Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation
    © 2020 SFCM The objective of this study was to quantify the lateral stability of healthy proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joints using a three-dimensional motion capture system and compare it to affected joints after surface replacement or silicone arthroplasty. Three study groups comprised healthy participants, patients with PIP joint osteoarthritis treated with a surface replacing implant (CapFlex-PIP) and those with a silicone arthroplasty. ...
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  15. One of the earliest refractory inclusions and its implications for solar system history 

    Bodénan J.D.; Starkey N.A.; Russell S.S.; et al. (2020)
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
    © 2020 A ∼175 µm refractory inclusion, A-COR-01 from one of the least altered carbonaceous chondrites, ALHA 77307 (CO3.0), has been found to bear unique characteristics that indicate that it is one of the first solids to have formed at the very birth of the solar system while isotopic reservoirs were still evolving rapidly. Its core is composed mainly of hibonite and corundum, the two phases predicted to condense first from a gas of solar ...
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  16. Evaluation of an examination chair to quantify the hip internal rotation angle 

    Friesenbichler B.; Casartelli N.C.; Maffiuletti N.A.; et al. (2020)
    HIP International
    © The Author(s) 2019. Background: Deformities of the femoral head-neck junction are associated with limited hip internal rotation, which may lead to femoroacetabular impingement and consequently to hip osteoarthritis. This study compared inter- and intra-observer reproducibility of 3 different methods to quantify hip internal rotation. Methods: 2 investigators assessed hip internal rotation of 30 asymptomatic participants during 2 separate ...
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  17. Non-isothermal flow between heated building models 

    Tsalicoglou C.; Allegrini J.; Carmeliet J. (2020)
    Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics
    © 2020 Elsevier Ltd The Urban Heat Island Effect describes the phenomenon that urban areas are typically warmer than the nearby rural areas, as the presence of the city causes an increase in air temperature. Increased temperatures in urban environments lead to increased discomfort, health problems, and higher cooling demands. It is therefore essential to be able to predict the location where higher temperatures tend to occur and to propose ...
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  18. The Next 100 Years of Polymer Science 

    Abd-El-Aziz, Alaa S.; Antonietti, Markus; Barner-Kowollik, Christopher; et al. (2020)
    Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics
    The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the first article on polymerization, published by Hermann Staudinger. It is Staudinger who realized that polymers consist of long chains of covalently linked building blocks. Polymers have had a tremendous impact on the society ever since this initial publication. People live in a world that is almost impossible to imagine without synthetic polymers. But what does the future hold for polymer ...
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  19. Fabrication of Biopassive Surfaces Using Poly(2-alkyl-2-oxazoline)s: Recent Progresses and Applications 

    Trachsel, Lucca; Romio, Matteo; Ramakrishna, Shivaprakash N.; et al. (2020)
    Advanced Materials Interfaces
    Poly(2-alkyl-2-oxazoline)s (PAOXAs) are emerging among the most promising nonionic alternatives to poly(ethylene glycol)s (PEGs), specifically in the modification and functionalization of biomaterials. Due to their chemical tailorability and robustness, coupled to their relatively easy synthesis, PAOXAs are increasingly applied as adsorbates to generate bioinert surfaces that prevent nonspecific contamination by proteins, cells and bacteria. ...
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  20. Protein NMR Spectroscopy at 150 kHz Magic-Angle Spinning Continues To Improve Resolution and Mass Sensitivity 

    Schledorn, Maarten; Malar, Alexander A.; Torosyan, Anahit; et al. (2020)
    ChemBioChem
    Spectral resolution is the key to unleashing the structural and dynamic information contained in NMR spectra. Fast magic-angle spinning (MAS) has recently revolutionized the spectroscopy of biomolecular solids. Herein, we report a further remarkable improvement in the resolution of the spectra of four fully protonated proteins and a small drug molecule by pushing the MAS rotation frequency higher (150 kHz) than the more routinely used 100 ...
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