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  1. Particle filters for high-dimensional geoscience applications: A review 

    van Leeuwen P.; Künsch H.; Nerger L.; et al. (2019)
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
    Review Article
  2. Above- and belowground linkages shape responses of mountain vegetation to climate change 

    Hagedorn F.; Gavazov K.; Alexander J. (2019)
    Science (New York, N.Y.)
    Review Article
  3. From Bench to Bedside-The Bad Berka Experience With First-in-Human Studies 

    Zhang, Jingjing; Singh, Aviral; Kulkarni, Harshad R.; et al. (2019)
    Seminars in Nuclear Medicine
    Review Article
  4. High-throughput droplet-based microfluidics for directed evolution of enzymes 

    Chiu, Flora W.Y.; Stavrakis, Stavros (2019)
    Review Article
  5. Strategies of Immobilizing Cells in Whole-cell Microbial Biosensor Devices Targeted for Analytical Field Applications 

    Lobsiger, Nadine; Stark, Wendelin J. (2019)
    Analytical Sciences
    Review Article
  6. Magnetic Strategies for Nervous System Control 

    Christiansen, Michael G.; Senko, Alexander W.; Anikeeva, Polina (2019)
    Annual Review of Neuroscience
    Review Article
  7. A critical review of field implementations of occupant-centric building controls 

    Park, June Y.; Ouf, Mohamed M.; Gunay, Burak; et al. (2019)
    Building and Environment
    Review Article
  8. Hybrid neuromorphic circuits exploiting non-conventional properties of RRAM for massively parallel local plasticity mechanisms 

    Dalgaty, Thomas; Payvand, Melika; Moro, Filippo; et al. (2019)
    APL Materials
    Recurrent neural networks are currently subject to intensive research efforts to solve temporal computing problems. Neuromorphic processors (NPs), composed of networked neuron and synapse circuit models, natively compute in time and offer an ultralow power solution particularly suited to emerging temporal edge-computing applications (wearable medical devices, for example). The most significant roadblock to addressing useful problems with ...
    Review Article
  9. Narcolepsy — clinical spectrum, aetiopathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment 

    Bassetti, Claudio L.A.; Adamantidis, Antoine; Burdakov, Denis; et al. (2019)
    Nature Reviews Neurology
    Review Article
  10. Extensions, Extra Factors, and Extreme Complexity: Ribosomal Structures Provide Insights into Eukaryotic Translation 

    Weisser, Melanie; Ban, Nenad (2019)
    Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
    Review Article
  11. The global soil community and its influence on biogeochemistry 

    Crowther, Tom W.; Van den Hoogen, Johan; Wan, Joe; et al. (2019)
    Review Article
  12. Carbon-13 NMR Chemical Shift: A Descriptor for Electronic Structure and Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds 

    Gordon, Christopher P.; Raynaud, Christophe; Andersen, Richard A.; et al. (2019)
    Accounts of Chemical Research
    Review Article
  13. Genetic diversity of 'Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' in Brazil analyzed in different geographic regions and citrus varieties 

    De Paula, Larissa B.; Lin, Hong; Stuchi, Eduardo S.; et al. (2019)
    European Journal of Plant Pathology
    Review Article
  14. SSZ-27: A Small-Pore Zeolite with Large Heart-Shaped Cavities Determined by using Multi-crystal Electron Diffraction 

    Smeets, Stef; Zones, Stacey I.; Xie, Dan; et al. (2019)
    Angewandte Chemie - International Edition
    The high‐silica zeolite SSZ‐27 was synthesized using one of the isomers of the organic structure‐directing agent that is known to produce the large‐pore zeolite SSZ‐26 (CON). The structure of the as‐synthesized form was solved using multi‐crystal electron diffraction data. Data were collected on eighteen crystals, and to obtain a high‐quality and complete data set for structure refinement, hierarchical cluster analysis was employed to ...
    Review Article
  15. Rethinking automated skin fabrication for regeneration: adapting to commercial challenges 

    Fox, Stephan C.; Siallagan, Dominik; Schmid Daners, Marianne; et al. (2019)
    Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering
    Review Article
  16. Preface: Interdisciplinary contributions from the Division on Energy, Resources and the Environment at the EGU General Assembly 2019 

    Martens, Sonja; Juhlin, Christopher; Bruckman, Viktor J.; et al. (2019)
    Advances in Geosciences
    Since 2004, the European Geosciences Union (EGU) brings together experts from all over the world at its annual General Assembly, covering all disciplines of the earth, planetary and space sciences. With this special issue in Advances in Geosciences, we are pleased to present a collection of contributions from the Division on Energy, Resources and the Environment (ERE) which were presented at the EGU General Assembly 2019 in Vienna.
    Review Article
  17. Mediating Solutions to Territorial Civil Wars in Africa: Norms, Interests, and Major Power Leverage 

    Duursma, Allard (2019)
    African Studies Review
    Review Article
  18. Additive Manufacturing Processes for Infrastructure Construction: A Review 

    Bhardwaj, Abhinav; Jones, Scott Z.; Kalantar, Negar; et al. (2019)
    Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering
    Review Article
  19. The puzzling issue of silica toxicity: Are silanols bridging the gaps between surface states and pathogenicity? 

    Pavan, Cristina; Delle Piane, Massimo; Filippi, Francesca; et al. (2019)
    Particle and Fibre Toxicology
    Background Silica continues to represent an intriguing topic of fundamental and applied research across various scientific fields, from geology to physics, chemistry, cell biology, and particle toxicology. The pathogenic activity of silica is variable, depending on the physico-chemical features of the particles. In the last 50 years, crystallinity and capacity to generate free radicals have been recognized as relevant features for silica ...
    Review Article
  20. Bacterial maze runners reveal hidden diversity in chemotactic performance 

    Salek, M. Mehdi; Carrara, Francesco; Fernandez, Vicente; et al. (2019)
    Microbial Cell
    Chemotaxis allows microorganisms to exploit gradients in chemical stimuli to find nutrient resources and hosts or escape noxious substances. Thus, the life of individual microbes in their natural environments is a continual sequence of decisions based on the perceived chemical gradients. However, it has remained unclear to what extent the chemotaxis properties vary among cells of one species, and whether there is a spectrum of different ...
    Review Article

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