Recent Submissions 

  1. Wire-mesh sensors: A review of methods and uncertainty in multiphase flows relative to other measurement techniques 

    Tompkins, Casey; Prasser, Horst-Michael; Corradini, Michael (2018)
    Nuclear Engineering and Design
    Review Article
  2. Amyloid Polymorphism in the Protein Folding and Aggregation Energy Landscape 

    Adamcik, Jozef; Mezzenga, Raffaele (2018)
    Angewandte Chemie - International edition in English
    Review Article
  3. Transcription Factor-Based Biosensors in High-Throughput Screening: Advances and Applications 

    Cheng, Feng; Tang, Xiao-Ling; Kardashliev, Tsvetan (2018)
    Biotechnology Journal
    Review Article
  4. Land-atmosphere interactions the LoCo perspective 

    Santanello, Joseph A.; Dirmeyer, Paul A.; Ferguson, Craig R.; et al. (2018)
    Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
    Review Article
  5. Dislocation-free SiGe/Si heterostructures 

    Montalenti, Francesco; Rovaris, Fabrizio; Bergamaschini, Roberto; et al. (2018)
    Review Article
  6. Synthetic gene circuits for the detection, elimination and prevention of disease 

    Sedlmayer, Ferdinand; Aubel, Dominique; Fussenegger, Martin (2018)
    Nature Biomedical Engineering
    Review Article
  7. Palaeoclimate constraints on the impact of 2 °C anthropogenic warming and beyond 

    Fischer, Hubertus; Meissner, Katrin J.; Mix, Alan C.; et al. (2018)
    Nature Geoscience
    Review Article
  8. DNA-encoded chemical libraries – achievements and remaining challenges 

    Favalli, Nicholas; Bassi, Gabriele; Scheuermann, Jörg; et al. (2018)
    FEBS Letters
    Review Article
  9. Eat it right: ER-phagy and recovER-phagy 

    Loi, Marisa; Fregno, Ilaria; Guerra, Concetta; et al. (2018)
    Biochemical Society transactions
    The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is the site of protein, lipid, phospholipid, steroid and oligosaccharide synthesis and modification, calcium ion storage, and detoxification of endogenous and exogenous products. Its volume (and activity) must be maintained under normal growth conditions, must be expanded in a controlled manner on activation of ER stress programs and must be reduced to pre-stress size during the recovery phase that follows ...
    Review Article
  10. Directed Evolution of Protein Catalysts 

    Zeymer, Cathleen; Hilvert, Donald (2018)
    Annual review of biochemistry
    Review Article
  11. DNA-Encoded Chemical Libraries: A Selection System Based on Endowing Organic Compounds with Amplifiable Information 

    Neri, Dario; Lerner, Richard A. (2018)
    Annual Review of Biochemistry
    Review Article
  12. Biopolymer Aerogels and Foams: Chemistry, Properties, and Applications 

    Zhao, Shanyu; Malfait, Wim J.; Guerrero-Alburquerque, Natalia; et al. (2018)
    Angewandte Chemie. International Edition
    Review Article
  13. Field-warmed soil carbon changes imply high 21st-century modeling uncertainty 

    Todd-Brown, Katherine E.O.; Zheng, Bin; Crowther, Thomas W. (2018)
    The feedback between planetary warming and soil carbon loss has been the focus of considerable scientific attention in recent decades, due to its potential to accelerate anthropogenic climate change. The soil carbon temperature sensitivity is traditionally estimated from short-term respiration measurements – either from laboratory incubations that are artificially manipulated or from field measurements that cannot distinguish between plant ...
    Review Article
  14. Gene x environment interactions in conduct disorder: Implications for future treatments 

    Holz, Nathalie E.; Zohsel, Katrin; Laucht, Manfred; et al. (2018)
    Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
    Review Article
  15. Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy of Transmembrane β-Barrel Proteins 

    Thoma, Johannes; Sapra, K. Tanju; Müller, Daniel J. (2018)
    Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry
    Review Article
  16. State-of-the-Art Techniques to Causally Link Neural Plasticity to Functional Recovery in Experimental Stroke Research 

    Wahl, Anna-Sophia (2018)
    Neural Plasticity
    Current experimental stroke research faces the same challenge as neuroscience: to transform correlative findings in causative ones. Research of recent years has shown the tremendous potential of the central nervous system to react to noxious stimuli such as a stroke: Increased plastic changes leading to reorganization in form of neuronal rewiring, neurogenesis, and synaptogenesis, accompanied by transcriptional and translational turnover ...
    Review Article
  17. Biomarkers of Nutrition for Development (BOND)—Iron Review 

    Lynch, Sean; Pfeiffer, Christine M.; Georgieff, Michael K.; et al. (2018)
    Journal of Nutrition
    Review Article
  18. Primed Conversion: The New Kid on the Block for Photoconversion 

    Mohr, Manuel A.; Pantazis, Periklis (2018)
    Chemistry. A European Journal
    Review Article
  19. Trait differentiation and adaptation of plants along elevation gradients 

    Halbritter, Aud H.; Fior, Simone; Keller, Irene; et al. (2018)
    Journal of Evolutionary Biology
    Review Article
  20. Synthesis of biomaterials utilizing microfluidic technology 

    Wang, Xiaohong; Liu, Jinfeng; Wang, Peizhou; et al. (2018)
    Recently, microfluidic technologies have attracted an enormous amount of interest as potential new tools for a large range of applications including materials synthesis, chemical and biological detection, drug delivery and screening, point-of-care diagnostics, and in-the-field analysis. Their ability to handle extremely small volumes of fluids is accompanied by additional benefits, most notably, rapid and efficient mass and heat transfer. ...
    Review Article

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