Recent Submissions 

  1. Process systems engineering thinking and tools applied to sustainability problems: current landscape and future opportunities 

    Guillén-Gosálbez G.; You F.; Galán-Martín Á.; et al. (2019)
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering
    Review Article
  2. Growing, evolving and sticking in a flowing environment: understanding IgA interactions with bacteria in the gut 

    Hoces, Daniel; Arnoldini, Markus; Diard, Mederic; et al. (2019)
    IMMUNOLOGY
    Review Article
  3. Seismic time-lapse interferometry across scales 

    Obermann, Anne; Hillers, Gregor (2019)
    Advances in Geophysics ~ 60
    Review Article
  4. Fungal functional ecology: bringing a trait-based approach to plant-associated fungi 

    Zanne, Amy E.; Abarenkov, Kessy; Afkhami, Michelle E.; et al. (2019)
    Biological Reviews
    Review Article
  5. Global geographic trends in antimicrobial resistance: the role of international travel. 

    Frost, Isabel; Van Boeckel, Thomas P.; Pires, João; et al. (2019)
    Journal of Travel Medicine
    Review Article
  6. Circadian rhythms in floral scent emission 

    Fenske, Myles P.; Imaizumi, Takato (2016)
    Frontiers in Plant Science
    To successfully recruit pollinators, plants often release attractive floral scents at specific times of day to coincide with pollinator foraging. This timing of scent emission is thought to be evolutionarily beneficial to maximize resource efficiency while attracting only useful pollinators. Temporal regulation of scent emission is tied to the activity of the specific metabolic pathways responsible for scent production. Although floral ...
    Review Article
  7. Short-T2 MRI: Principles and recent advances 

    Weiger, Markus; Pruessmann, Klaas P. (2019)
    Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
    Review Article
  8. Recovery after spinal cord injury is enhanced by anti-Nogo-A antibody therapy - from animal models to clinical trials 

    Sartori, Andrea M.; Hofer, Anna-Sophie; Schwab, Martin (2020)
    Current Opinion in Physiology
    Review Article
  9. Methodological choices drive differences in environmentally-friendly dietary solutions 

    Frehner, Anita; Müller, Adrian; Schader, Christian; et al. (2020)
    Global Food Security
    Much scientific literature proposes reduction of animal-source foods to reduce environmental impacts of the food system. However, these dietary solutions differ regarding level and type of animal-source foods. We review this literature and our results show that these differences relate to differences in employed methodological approaches. Approaches that consider systemic consequences throughout the food system propose to limit livestock ...
    Review Article
  10. New insights and perspectives on the genetics of obsessive-compulsive disorder 

    Zai, Gwyneth; Barta, Csaba; Cath, Danielle; et al. (2019)
    Psychiatric genetics
    Review Article
  11. Lunar Seismology: An Update on Interior Structure Models 

    Garcia, Raphael F.; Khan, Amir; Drilleau, Mélanie; et al. (2019)
    Space Science Reviews
    Review Article
  12. Tracking intra- and inter-organelle signaling of mitochondria 

    Madreiter-Sokolowski, Corina T.; Ramadani-Muja, Jeta; Ziomek, Gabriela; et al. (2019)
    The FEBS Journal
    Mitochondria are as highly specialized organelles and masters of the cellular energy metabolism in a constant and dynamic interplay with their cellular environment, providing adenosine triphosphate, buffering Ca2+ and fundamentally contributing to various signaling pathways. Hence, such broad field of action within eukaryotic cells requires a high level of structural and functional adaptation. Therefore, mitochondria are constantly moving ...
    Review Article
  13. Processing-in-memory: A workload-driven perspective 

    Ghose, Saugata; Boroumand, Amirali; Kim, Jeremie S.; et al. (2019)
    IBM Journal of Research and Development
    Review Article
  14. Strategies to break linear scaling relationships 

    Pérez-Ramírez, Javier; López, Núria (2019)
    Nature Catalysis
    Review Article
  15. Expansion processes for cell-based therapies 

    Scibona, Ernesto; Morbidelli, Massimo (2019)
    Biotechnology Advances
    Review Article
  16. Heading to Distributed Electrocatalytic Conversion of Small Abundant Molecules into Fuels, Chemicals, and Fertilizers 

    Martín Fernández, Antonio José; Pérez-Ramírez, Javier (2019)
    Joule
    Review Article
  17. A 3D Analogue of Phenyllithium: Solution‐Phase, Solid‐State, and Computational Study of the Lithiacarborane [Li−CB11H11]− 

    Dontha, Rakesh; Zhu, Tian-Cheng; Shen, Yunjun; et al. (2019)
    Angewandte Chemie. International Edition
    Review Article
  18. Towards an Integrative, Eco-Evolutionary Understanding of Ecological Novelty: Studying and Communicating Interlinked Effects of Global Change 

    Heger, Tina; Bernard-Verdier, Maud; Gessler, Arthur; et al. (2019)
    BioScience
    Global change has complex eco-evolutionary consequences for organisms and ecosystems, but related concepts (e.g., novel ecosystems) do not cover their full range. Here we propose an umbrella concept of “ecological novelty” comprising (1) a site-specific and (2) an organism-centered, eco-evolutionary perspective. Under this umbrella, complementary options for studying and communicating effects of global change on organisms, ecosystems, and ...
    Review Article

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