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Deciphering Redox Free Radical Mechanisms of 15LOX/PEBP1-Driven Ferroptosis in Skin

Yuri Bunimovich, Valerian E. Kagan & Sunil Saxena

Pittsburgh Center for Artificial Intelligence Innovation in Medical Imaging

Shandong Wu, David Vorp, Ashok Panigrahy, John Gilbertson, Wendie Berg, Seong Je Hwang, , Nematollah Batmanghelich, Rivka Colen, Peter Lucas & Robert Nishikawa

Attacking the Global Plastics Waste Problem

Eric Beckman, Melissa Bilec, Vikas Khanna, Gotz Veser, Peng Liu, Amy Wildermuth & Joshua Galperin

A Black Women’s Health Agenda: Applying an Intersectional Systems Approach and Reproductive Justice Lens

Dara Mendez, Tiffany Gary-Webb, Esa Davis, Abimbola Fapohunda, Tomar Pierson-Brown, Jada Shirriel, Alysia Tucker, Dannai Wilson & La'Tasha Mayes

Pittsburgh Phage Project (P3)

John Williams, Jennifer Bomberger, Vaughn Cooper, Tim Corcoran, Yohei Doi, Balasubramani Goundappa, Ghady Haidar, Graham Hatfull, Alina Iovleva, Geoff Kurland, Seema Lakdawala, Marian Michaels, Stephanie Mitchell, Lisa Parker, Jim Pipas, Doug Reed, Ryan Shields, Fernanda Silveira, Daria Van Tyne, Anna Wang-Erickson & Steve Wisniewski

The History and Future of the “Neglected Tropical Diseases” – Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Research to Improve Public Health Outcomes

Mari Webel, Sarah Krier, Thuy Bui, Matiangai Sirleaf, Michael Dietrich & Willem Van Panhuis

Transnational Dialogues in Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Studies

Michele Reid, Shawn Michelle Alfonso Wells, Reid Andrews, Jerome Branche, Gina Ann Garcia, Martha Mantilla & Luis Van Fossen Bravo

Locomotor Adaptability for Community Mobility of Older Adults: The Role of Gait Automaticity

Andrea Rosso, Gelsy Torres-Oviedo & Andrea Weinstein

Determinants of executive function development: A motor training study

Klaus Libertus, Darcy Smith & Ran An

Epigenetic Aging and Cognitive Health: A Pilot Study

Rebecca Reed, Anna Marsland & Steve Manuck

Building Workplace Democracy

Trevor Young-Hyman

Plasticity and Possibility in Regenerative Biology: Model Organisms and New Human Biologies

Emily Wanderer

Grandparents raising grandchildren: A Strength-Based Perspective and Intervention

Fengyan Tang & Elizabeth Farmer

The emergence of Corporate Venture Capital in China: A Field Study

Ravi Madhavan

Using Environmental Scans to Guide Campus Sexual Misconduct Prevention

Janine Talis

Safely Staging Sex and Violence for the Academic Performer

Karen Gilmer

Investigating targettable pathways in Robinow Syndrome

Heather Szabo Rogers

Evaluating Prescription Drug Subsidies for Diabetics: Effects on Medication Adherence and Health Outcomes

Eric Roberts & Immaculada Hernandez

Frequent burning causes large losses of carbon from deep soil layers in a temperate savanna

Adam Francis Pellegrini, Kendra K. McLauchlan, Sarah E. Hobbie, Michelle C. Mack, Abbey L. Marcotte, David M. Nelson, Steven Perakis, Peter B. Reich & Kyle Whittinghill
1. Fire activity is changing dramatically across the globe, with uncertain effects on ecosystem processes, especially belowground. Fire‐driven losses of soil carbon (C) are often assumed to occur primarily in the upper soil layers because the repeated combustion of aboveground biomass limits organic matter inputs into surface soil. However, C losses from deeper soil may occur if frequent burning reduces root biomass inputs of C into deep soil layers or stimulates losses of C via...

Data from: The Achilles' heel hypothesis: misinformed keystone individuals impair collective learning and reduce group success

Jonathan Pruitt, Colin Wright, Carl Keiser, Alexander DeMarco, Matt Grobis, Noa Pinter-Wollman, Matthew M. Grobis, Alex E. DeMarco, Carl N. Keiser, Jonathan N. Pruitt & Colin M. Wright
Many animal societies rely on highly influential keystone individuals for proper functioning. When information quality is important for group success, such keystone individuals have the potential to diminish group performance if they possess inaccurate information. Here we test whether information quality (accurate or inaccurate) influences collective outcomes when keystone individuals are the first to acquire it. We trained keystone or generic individuals to attack or avoid novel stimuli and implanted these seed individuals within groups...

Data from: Area 2 of primary somatosensory cortex encodes kinematics of the whole arm

Raeed Chowdhury, Joshua Glaser & Lee Miller
Proprioception, the sense of body position, movement, and associated forces, remains poorly understood, despite its critical role in movement. Most studies of area 2, a proprioceptive area of somatosensory cortex, have simply compared neurons' activities to the movement of the hand through space. By using motion tracking, we sought to elaborate this relationship by characterizing how area 2 activity relates to whole arm movements. We found that a whole-arm model, unlike classic models, successfully predicted...

What Code-Switching Strategies are Effective in Dialogue Systems?

Emily Ahn, Cecilia Jimenez, Yulia Tsvetkov & Alan Black

Hepatic estrogen sulfotransferase distantly sensitizes mice to hemorrhagic shock-induced acute lung injury

Yang Xie, Anne Barbosa, Meishu Xu, Patrick Oberly, Songrong Ren, Robbert Gibbs, Samuel Poloyac, Wenchao Song, Jie Fan & Wen Xie
Hemorrhagic shock (HS) is a potential life-threatening condition that may lead to injury to multiple organs, including the lung. The estrogen sulfotransferase (EST, or SULT1E1) is a conjugating enzyme that sulfonates and deactivates estrogens. In this report, we showed that the expression of Est was markedly induced in the liver, but not in the lung of female mice subject to hemorrhagic shock and resuscitation (HS/R). Genetic ablation or pharmacological inhibition of Est effectively protected female...

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