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High-sensitivity optical-fiber-compatible photodetector with an integrated CsPbBr3-graphene hybrid structure

JIn-Hui Chen, Qiang Jing, Fei Xu, Zhen-Da Lu & Yanqing Lu
Assembling different materials into one optical fiber to realize multifunctional all-fiber devices is always a challenging task mainly because of its incompatibility with current microfabrication technology. Although various devices have been proposed to achieve “all-fiber” optoelectronic functions, most of the times these devices cannot connect seamlessly with the mainstream optical fiber system (silica): this is a serious impairment to their further implementation in practical applications. Here, a new integrating approach by directly combining low-dimensional optoelectronic...

High-sensitivity optical-fiber-compatible photodetector with an integrated CsPbBr3-graphene hybrid structure

JIn-Hui Chen, Qiang Jing, Fei Xu, Zhen-Da Lu & Yanqing Lu
Assembling different materials into one optical fiber to realize multifunctional all-fiber devices is always a challenging task mainly because of its incompatibility with current microfabrication technology. Although various devices have been proposed to achieve “all-fiber” optoelectronic functions, most of the times these devices cannot connect seamlessly with the mainstream optical fiber system (silica): this is a serious impairment to their further implementation in practical applications. Here, a new integrating approach by directly combining low-dimensional optoelectronic...

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JIn-Hui Chen, Qiang Jing, Fei Xu, Zhen-Da Lu & Yanqing Lu
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Supplemental material to "Evolution of a Fluctuating Population in Randomly Switching Environment"

Karl Wienand, Erwin Frey & Mauro Mobilia
These are videos to supplement the arguments in Evolution of a Fluctuating Population in Randomly Switching Environment by K. Wienand, E. Frey, and M. Mobilia.

Abstract
Environmental conditions play a fundamental role in the competition for resources, and therefore on evolution. Here, we study a well-mixed finite population consisting of slow-growing and fast-growing individuals competing for limited resources in a stochastic environment under two scenarios (pure competition and public good). We consider that resources randomly switch between...

The Importance of identifiers: IWGSC Meeting 20170720

Laurel Haak
Presentation by Laure Haak at the 20 July 2017 meeting of the IWGSC, about use of identifiers in connecting researchers, funding, facilities, and publications. Description of approach and initial results of User Facilities and Publications Working Group, and applications for Scientific Collections.

The Importance of identifiers: IWGSC Meeting 20170720

Laurel Haak
Presentation by Laure Haak at the 20 July 2017 meeting of the IWGSC, about use of identifiers in connecting researchers, funding, facilities, and publications. Description of approach and initial results of User Facilities and Publications Working Group, and applications for Scientific Collections.

Metal-free and metallo-porphyrazines with eight [5-thiopentyl 2-methoxy-4,6-bis (trifluoromethyl) benzoate] substituent

Ergün Gonca
The reaction of (5-hydroxypentylthio magnesium porphyrazine) with 2-methoxy-4,6-bis(trifluoromethyl)benzoic acid in DCCI and PTSA, esterified MgPz having [5-thiopentyl 2-methoxy-4,6-bis(trifluoromethyl)benzoate] substituent was obtained. Further reactions of the metal-free porphyrazine with M2+(Mg, Co, Cu, Zn, Fe) acetates have produced the metallo-porphyrazines. Finally, by the reaction of FePzCl with pyridine or pyrazine compounds, [FePz(py)2] and [FePz(pyz)]n complexes were prepared as the novel stable complexes, respectively. The target compounds have been characterized by using different spectroscopic methods such as FT-IR,...

Metal-free and metallo-porphyrazines with eight [5-thiopentyl 2-methoxy-4,6-bis (trifluoromethyl) benzoate] substituent

Ergün Gonca
The reaction of (5-hydroxypentylthio magnesium porphyrazine) with 2-methoxy-4,6-bis(trifluoromethyl)benzoic acid in DCCI and PTSA, esterified MgPz having [5-thiopentyl 2-methoxy-4,6-bis(trifluoromethyl)benzoate] substituent was obtained. Further reactions of the metal-free porphyrazine with M2+(Mg, Co, Cu, Zn, Fe) acetates have produced the metallo-porphyrazines. Finally, by the reaction of FePzCl with pyridine or pyrazine compounds, [FePz(py)2] and [FePz(pyz)]n complexes were prepared as the novel stable complexes, respectively. The target compounds have been characterized by using different spectroscopic methods such as FT-IR,...

WHAT ABOUT SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION IN AGRICULTURE? A BIBLIOMETRIC STUDY OF PUBLICATIONS ABOUT WHEAT AND POTATO (1996-2016).

Lilian Cabrera, Edson Talamini & Homero Dewes
In evolutionary biology, the ability to cooperate may have determined the success of the human race over other races. In agriculture, it seems to be the key to increasing agricultural productivity to feed nine billion people. Thinking about it, the main scope of this work is to measure the cooperation - scientific collaboration - through the co-authorships analysis in the agriculture field of literature. The goal was to map the countries that collaborate scientifically in...

WHAT ABOUT SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION IN AGRICULTURE? A BIBLIOMETRIC STUDY OF PUBLICATIONS ABOUT WHEAT AND POTATO (1996-2016).

Lilian Cabrera, Edson Talamini & Homero Dewes
In evolutionary biology, the ability to cooperate may have determined the success of the human race over other races. In agriculture, it seems to be the key to increasing agricultural productivity to feed nine billion people. Thinking about it, the main scope of this work is to measure the cooperation - scientific collaboration - through the co-authorships analysis in the agriculture field of literature. The goal was to map the countries that collaborate scientifically in...

Synthesis of imine-ester linked benzothiazole mesogen containing liquid crystalline monomers with different terminal substituents

Nur Syafiqah Farhanah Dzulkharnien, Noordini M. Salleh, Rosiyah Yahya & M. Rabiul Karim
A series of imine-ester linked benzothiazole mesogen based liquid crystalline monomers (M1 - M4) having polymerizable methacrylate functional group as terminal were designed and synthesized. These monomers were differentiated from each other by varying the terminal substituents (-H, -CH3, -OCH3 and -OCH2CH3) at the sixth position on the benzothiazole moiety. The chemical structures of the synthesized monomers were characterized and confirmed by spectroscopic techniques such as FTIR, 1H NMR and 13C NMR. Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA)...

Synthesis of imine-ester linked benzothiazole mesogen containing liquid crystalline monomers with different terminal substituents

Nur Syafiqah Farhanah Dzulkharnien, Noordini M. Salleh, Rosiyah Yahya & M. Rabiul Karim
A series of imine-ester linked benzothiazole mesogen based liquid crystalline monomers (M1 - M4) having polymerizable methacrylate functional group as terminal were designed and synthesized. These monomers were differentiated from each other by varying the terminal substituents (-H, -CH3, -OCH3 and -OCH2CH3) at the sixth position on the benzothiazole moiety. The chemical structures of the synthesized monomers were characterized and confirmed by spectroscopic techniques such as FTIR, 1H NMR and 13C NMR. Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA)...

Comparison of the release of microRNAs and extracellular vesicles from platelets in response to different agonists

Ashley R. Ambrose, Mohammed A. Alsahli, Sameer A. Kurmani & Alison H. Goodall
On activation platelets release microRNAs and extracellular vesicles (EV) into circulation. The release of EV from platelets has been shown to be dependent on the agonist; in this study, we investigated whether the microRNA profile or EV released from platelets was also agonist specific. Washed platelets from healthy subjects were maximally stimulated with agonists specific for the receptors for collagen (Glycoprotein VI (GPVI)), thrombin (PAR1/PAR4), or ADP (P2Y1/P2Y12) with/without inhibiting secondary mediators, using aspirin to...

Comparison of the release of microRNAs and extracellular vesicles from platelets in response to different agonists

Ashley R. Ambrose, Mohammed A. Alsahli, Sameer A. Kurmani & Alison H. Goodall
On activation platelets release microRNAs and extracellular vesicles (EV) into circulation. The release of EV from platelets has been shown to be dependent on the agonist; in this study, we investigated whether the microRNA profile or EV released from platelets was also agonist specific. Washed platelets from healthy subjects were maximally stimulated with agonists specific for the receptors for collagen (Glycoprotein VI (GPVI)), thrombin (PAR1/PAR4), or ADP (P2Y1/P2Y12) with/without inhibiting secondary mediators, using aspirin to...

Construction and analysis of circular RNA molecular regulatory networks In liver cancer

Shuangchun Ren, Zhuoyuan Xin, Yinyan Xu, Jianting Xu & Guoqing Wang
Liver cancer is the sixth most prevalent cancer, and the third most frequent cause of cancer-related deaths. Circular RNAs (circRNAs), a kind of special endogenous ncRNAs, have been coming back to the forefront of cancer genomics research. In this study, we employed a systems biology approach to construct and analyze the circRNA molecular regulatory networks in the context of liver cancer. We detected a total of 127 differentially expressed circRNAs and 3,235 differentially expressed mRNAs....

Construction and analysis of circular RNA molecular regulatory networks In liver cancer

Shuangchun Ren, Zhuoyuan Xin, Yinyan Xu, Jianting Xu & Guoqing Wang
Liver cancer is the sixth most prevalent cancer, and the third most frequent cause of cancer-related deaths. Circular RNAs (circRNAs), a kind of special endogenous ncRNAs, have been coming back to the forefront of cancer genomics research. In this study, we employed a systems biology approach to construct and analyze the circRNA molecular regulatory networks in the context of liver cancer. We detected a total of 127 differentially expressed circRNAs and 3,235 differentially expressed mRNAs....

Metabolomics-assisted biotechnological interventions for developing plant-based functional foods and nutraceuticals

Arun Kumar, Kareem A. Mosa, Liyao Ji, Udaykumar Kage, Dhananjay Dhokane, Shailesh Karre, Deepa Madalageri & Neemisha Pathania
Today, the dramatic changes in types of food consumed have led to an increased burden of chronic diseases. Therefore, the emphasis of food research is not only to ensure quality food that can supply adequate nutrients to prevent nutrition related diseases, but also to ensure overall physical and mental-health. This has led to the concept of functional foods and nutraceuticals (FFNs), which can be ideally produced and delivered through plants. Metabolomics can help in getting...

DIREITO FUNDAMENTAL À EDUCAÇÃO E INCLUSÃO SOCIAL DE PESSOAS COM DEFICIÊNCIA

ANDERSON VICHINKESKI TEIXEIRA & BRUNO COZZA SARAIVA
This article has as main objective to analyze, initially, how happened the legal regulation of social inclusion of people with disabilities in ordinary education, searching, then, to specify the questioning on the issue regarding the access to higher education. Therefore, a possible concept of inclusion will be studied, especially from a Habermasian perspective. Finally, there will be argued the thesis that the inclusion of people with disabilities in higher education demands more for new educational...

DIREITO FUNDAMENTAL À EDUCAÇÃO E INCLUSÃO SOCIAL DE PESSOAS COM DEFICIÊNCIA

ANDERSON VICHINKESKI TEIXEIRA & BRUNO COZZA SARAIVA
This article has as main objective to analyze, initially, how happened the legal regulation of social inclusion of people with disabilities in ordinary education, searching, then, to specify the questioning on the issue regarding the access to higher education. Therefore, a possible concept of inclusion will be studied, especially from a Habermasian perspective. Finally, there will be argued the thesis that the inclusion of people with disabilities in higher education demands more for new educational...

Sibilant production in Hebrew-speaking adults: Apical versus laminal

Michal Icht & Boaz M. Ben-David
The Hebrew IPA charts describe the sibilants /s, z/ as ‘alveolar fricatives’, where the place of articulation on the palate is the alveolar ridge. The point of constriction on the tongue is not defined – apical (tip) or laminal (blade). Usually, speech and language pathologists (SLPs) use the apical placement in Hebrew articulation therapy. Some researchers and SLPs suggested that acceptable /s, z/ could be also produced with the laminal placement (i.e. the tip of...

Sibilant production in Hebrew-speaking adults: Apical versus laminal

Michal Icht & Boaz M. Ben-David
The Hebrew IPA charts describe the sibilants /s, z/ as ‘alveolar fricatives’, where the place of articulation on the palate is the alveolar ridge. The point of constriction on the tongue is not defined – apical (tip) or laminal (blade). Usually, speech and language pathologists (SLPs) use the apical placement in Hebrew articulation therapy. Some researchers and SLPs suggested that acceptable /s, z/ could be also produced with the laminal placement (i.e. the tip of...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H) phenotype.

Peter Arend
Abstract. While blood group A phenotype development is associated with impaired formation of adaptive and innate immunoglobulins due to clonal selection and phenotypic, glycosidic accommodation of plasma proteins, it is significantly burdened with an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer, while exerting strong susceptibility to severe malaria infection. Both the risk of developing cancer and the susceptibility to malaria appear molecularly to be strongly related to phenotype formation, in which the blood group...

Central immunological position of the human histo (blood) group O(H).

Peter Arend
Abstract.While blood group A phenotype development is associated with impaired formation of adaptive and innate immunoglobulins due to clonal selection and phenotypic, glycosidic accommodation of plasma proteins, it is significantly burdened with an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer, while exerting strong susceptibility to severe malaria infection. Both the risk of developing cancer and the susceptibility to malaria appear molecularly to be strongly related to phenotype formation, in which the blood group A-determining...

Enhancing Computational Tools for Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry-Based Untargeted Workflows (Cascadia Proteomics Symposium 17)

PNNL Omics, Aivett Bilbao, John Fjeldsted & Samuel H. Payne
Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) is a rapid and highly reproducible molecular-shape separation technique. While IMS has shown great utility when coupled with MS for analysis of complex samples, methods for processing the complex data generated have lagged behind. In fact, the incorporation of this extra IMS separation dimension requires upgrades and optimization of existing computational pipelines and the development of new algorithmic strategies to fully exploit the advantages of the technology. Here, we investigate MS...

Enhancing Computational Tools for Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry-Based Untargeted Workflows (Cascadia Proteomics Symposium 17)

PNNL Omics, Aivett Bilbao, John Fjeldsted & Samuel H. Payne
Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) is a rapid and highly reproducible molecular-shape separation technique. While IMS has shown great utility when coupled with MS for analysis of complex samples, methods for processing the complex data generated have lagged behind. In fact, the incorporation of this extra IMS separation dimension requires upgrades and optimization of existing computational pipelines and the development of new algorithmic strategies to fully exploit the advantages of the technology. Here, we investigate MS...

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