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A novel ligand transfer reaction: Transferring an N3-donor amine ligand from Ni(II) to Cu(II)—structural, spectral, theoretical, and docking studies

Zahra Mardani, Sima Dorjani, Keyvan Moeini, Majid Darroudi, Cameron Carpenter-Warren, Alexandra MZ Slawin & J Derek Woollins
Two complexes of N1-(2-aminoethyl)propane-1,3-diamine (AEPD), [Ni(AEPD)2](NO3)2 (1) and [Cu2(μ-Cl)2(AEPD)2](NO3)2·2H2O (2), are prepared and identified by elemental analysis, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and UV–Vis spectroscopy, and single-crystal X-ray diffraction (for 2). Spectral and structural data reveal that the AEPD ligand transfers from nickel to copper in the reaction between 1 and copper chloride. All coordination modes of the AEPD-based ligands are studied by analysis of the Cambridge Structural Database. The nickel atom in 1 has octahedral...

A novel ligand transfer reaction: Transferring an N3-donor amine ligand from Ni(II) to Cu(II)—structural, spectral, theoretical, and docking studies

Zahra Mardani, Sima Dorjani, Keyvan Moeini, Majid Darroudi, Cameron Carpenter-Warren, Alexandra MZ Slawin & J Derek Woollins
Two complexes of N1-(2-aminoethyl)propane-1,3-diamine (AEPD), [Ni(AEPD)2](NO3)2 (1) and [Cu2(μ-Cl)2(AEPD)2](NO3)2·2H2O (2), are prepared and identified by elemental analysis, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and UV–Vis spectroscopy, and single-crystal X-ray diffraction (for 2). Spectral and structural data reveal that the AEPD ligand transfers from nickel to copper in the reaction between 1 and copper chloride. All coordination modes of the AEPD-based ligands are studied by analysis of the Cambridge Structural Database. The nickel atom in 1 has octahedral...

Emotion Regulation and Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The Effect of Varying Phonological Working Memory Demands

Stephanie J. Tarle, R. Matt Alderson, Elaine F. Arrington & Delanie K. Roberts
Objective: Findings from extant studies of the relationship between ADHD-related emotion regulation and working memory deficits have been equivocal, and their correlational designs preclude inferences about the functional relationship between working memory demands and emotion regulation. This study aimed to experimentally examine the functional relationship between varying working memory demands and ADHD-related emotion regulation deficits. Method: Overt emotion regulation behaviors were coded while children with and without ADHD completed experimental tasks that manipulated low and...

Emotion Regulation and Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The Effect of Varying Phonological Working Memory Demands

Stephanie J. Tarle, R. Matt Alderson, Elaine F. Arrington & Delanie K. Roberts
Objective: Findings from extant studies of the relationship between ADHD-related emotion regulation and working memory deficits have been equivocal, and their correlational designs preclude inferences about the functional relationship between working memory demands and emotion regulation. This study aimed to experimentally examine the functional relationship between varying working memory demands and ADHD-related emotion regulation deficits. Method: Overt emotion regulation behaviors were coded while children with and without ADHD completed experimental tasks that manipulated low and...

Dynamic right ventricular–pulmonary arterial uncoupling during maximum incremental exercise in exercise pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension

Inderjit Singh, Farbod N. Rahaghi, Robert Naeije, Rudolf K.F. Oliveira, Rebecca R. Vanderpool, Aaron B. Waxman & David M. Systrom
Despite recent advances, the prognosis of pulmonary hypertension (PH) remains poor. While the initial insult in PH implicates the pulmonary vasculature, the functional state, exercise capacity, and survival of such patients are closely linked to right ventricular (RV) function. In the current study, we sought to investigate the effects of maximum incremental exercise on the matching of RV contractility and afterload (i.e. right ventricular–pulmonary arterial [RV–PA] coupling) in patients with exercise PH (ePH) and pulmonary...

Dynamic right ventricular–pulmonary arterial uncoupling during maximum incremental exercise in exercise pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension

Inderjit Singh, Farbod N. Rahaghi, Robert Naeije, Rudolf K.F. Oliveira, Rebecca R. Vanderpool, Aaron B. Waxman & David M. Systrom
Despite recent advances, the prognosis of pulmonary hypertension (PH) remains poor. While the initial insult in PH implicates the pulmonary vasculature, the functional state, exercise capacity, and survival of such patients are closely linked to right ventricular (RV) function. In the current study, we sought to investigate the effects of maximum incremental exercise on the matching of RV contractility and afterload (i.e. right ventricular–pulmonary arterial [RV–PA] coupling) in patients with exercise PH (ePH) and pulmonary...

GPU-accelerated Double-Stage Delay-Multiply-and-Sum Algorithm for Fast Photoacoustic Tomography Using LED Excitation and Linear Arrays

Seyyed Reza Miri Rostami, Moein Mozaffarzadeh, Mohsen Ghaffari-Miab, Ali Hariri & Jesse Jokerst
Double-stage delay-multiply-and-sum (DS-DMAS) is an algorithm proposed for photoacoustic image reconstruction. The DS-DMAS algorithm offers a higher contrast than conventional delay-and-sum and delay-multiply and-sum but at the expense of higher computational complexity. Here, we utilized a compute unified device architecture (CUDA) graphics processing unit (GPU) parallel computation approach to address the high complexity of the DS-DMAS for photoacoustic image reconstruction generated from a commercial light-emitting diode (LED)–based photoacoustic scanner. In comparison with a single-threaded central...

GPU-accelerated Double-Stage Delay-Multiply-and-Sum Algorithm for Fast Photoacoustic Tomography Using LED Excitation and Linear Arrays

Seyyed Reza Miri Rostami, Moein Mozaffarzadeh, Mohsen Ghaffari-Miab, Ali Hariri & Jesse Jokerst
Double-stage delay-multiply-and-sum (DS-DMAS) is an algorithm proposed for photoacoustic image reconstruction. The DS-DMAS algorithm offers a higher contrast than conventional delay-and-sum and delay-multiply and-sum but at the expense of higher computational complexity. Here, we utilized a compute unified device architecture (CUDA) graphics processing unit (GPU) parallel computation approach to address the high complexity of the DS-DMAS for photoacoustic image reconstruction generated from a commercial light-emitting diode (LED)–based photoacoustic scanner. In comparison with a single-threaded central...

Lateral Eye Movements Do Not Increase False-Memory Rates: A Failed Direct-Replication Study

Kevin Van Schie & Arne Leer
In this direct replication of Houben, Otgaar, Roelofs, and Merckelbach (Clinical Psychological Science, 6, 610–616, 2018), we tested whether making eye movements during memory recall increases susceptibility to creating false memories. Undergraduates (N = 206) watched a video of a car crash, after which they recalled the video with or without simultaneously making eye movements. Next, participants received misinformation about the video. Finally, during the critical test, they were questioned about video details. The results...

Lateral Eye Movements Do Not Increase False-Memory Rates: A Failed Direct-Replication Study

Kevin Van Schie & Arne Leer
In this direct replication of Houben, Otgaar, Roelofs, and Merckelbach (Clinical Psychological Science, 6, 610–616, 2018), we tested whether making eye movements during memory recall increases susceptibility to creating false memories. Undergraduates (N = 206) watched a video of a car crash, after which they recalled the video with or without simultaneously making eye movements. Next, participants received misinformation about the video. Finally, during the critical test, they were questioned about video details. The results...

The Great Recession and Mental Health in the United States

Miriam K. Forbes & Robert F. Krueger
The full scope of the impact of the Great Recession on individuals’ mental health has not been quantified to date. In this study we aimed to determine whether financial, job-related, and housing impacts experienced by individuals during the recession predicted changes in the occurrence of symptoms of depression, generalized anxiety, panic attacks, and problematic alcohol use or other substance use. Longitudinal survey data (n = 2,530 to n = 3,293) from the national Midlife in...

The Great Recession and Mental Health in the United States

Miriam K. Forbes & Robert F. Krueger
The full scope of the impact of the Great Recession on individuals’ mental health has not been quantified to date. In this study we aimed to determine whether financial, job-related, and housing impacts experienced by individuals during the recession predicted changes in the occurrence of symptoms of depression, generalized anxiety, panic attacks, and problematic alcohol use or other substance use. Longitudinal survey data (n = 2,530 to n = 3,293) from the national Midlife in...

CASM: A Deep-Learning Approach for Identifying Collective Action Events with Text and Image Data from Social Media

Han Zhang & Jennifer Pan
Protest event analysis is an important method for the study of collective action and social movements and typically draws on traditional media reports as the data source. We introduce collective action from social media (CASM)—a system that uses convolutional neural networks on image data and recurrent neural networks with long short-term memory on text data in a two-stage classifier to identify social media posts about offline collective action. We implement CASM on Chinese social media...

CASM: A Deep-Learning Approach for Identifying Collective Action Events with Text and Image Data from Social Media

Han Zhang & Jennifer Pan
Protest event analysis is an important method for the study of collective action and social movements and typically draws on traditional media reports as the data source. We introduce collective action from social media (CASM)—a system that uses convolutional neural networks on image data and recurrent neural networks with long short-term memory on text data in a two-stage classifier to identify social media posts about offline collective action. We implement CASM on Chinese social media...

Dental Professionals’ Engagement in Tobacco, Electronic Cigarette, and Cannabis Patient Counseling

B.W. Chaffee, J. Urata, E.T. Couch & S. Silverstein
Objectives:California features low smoking prevalence, cautionary electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) public messaging, and legal recreational cannabis: a unique landscape for dental professionals to navigate tobacco cessation promotion. This cross-sectional study assessed California dental professionals’ self-reported tobacco patient counseling behaviors and the correlates of providing such assistance.Methods:Statewide surveys of dental hygienists (n = 701) and dentists (n = 725) were distributed electronically. The dentist survey was weighted for sampling and nonresponse. Prevalence of asking patients about use...

Dental Professionals’ Engagement in Tobacco, Electronic Cigarette, and Cannabis Patient Counseling

B.W. Chaffee, J. Urata, E.T. Couch & S. Silverstein
Objectives:California features low smoking prevalence, cautionary electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) public messaging, and legal recreational cannabis: a unique landscape for dental professionals to navigate tobacco cessation promotion. This cross-sectional study assessed California dental professionals’ self-reported tobacco patient counseling behaviors and the correlates of providing such assistance.Methods:Statewide surveys of dental hygienists (n = 701) and dentists (n = 725) were distributed electronically. The dentist survey was weighted for sampling and nonresponse. Prevalence of asking patients about use...

Perioperative Complications During Living Donor Nephrectomy: Results From a Multicenter Cohort Study

Carlos Garcia-Ochoa, Liane S. Feldman, Christopher Nguan, Mauricio Monroy-Cuadros, Jennifer Arnold, Neil Boudville, Meaghan Cuerden, Christine Dipchand, Michael Eng, John Gill, William Gourlay, Martin Karpinski, Scott Klarenbach, Greg Knoll, Krista L. Lentine, Charmaine E. Lok, Patrick Luke, G. V. Ramesh Prasad, Alp Sener, Jessica M. Sontrop, Leroy Storsley, Darin Treleaven & Amit X. Garg
Background:While living kidney donation is considered safe in healthy individuals, perioperative complications can occur due to several factors.Objective:We explored associations between the incidence of perioperative complications and donor characteristics, surgical technique, and surgeon’s experience in a large contemporary cohort of living kidney donors.Design:Living kidney donors enrolled prospectively in a multicenter cohort study with some data collected retrospectively after enrollment was complete (eg, surgeon characteristics).Setting:Living kidney donor centers in Canada (n = 12) and Australia (n...

Perioperative Complications During Living Donor Nephrectomy: Results From a Multicenter Cohort Study

Carlos Garcia-Ochoa, Liane S. Feldman, Christopher Nguan, Mauricio Monroy-Cuadros, Jennifer Arnold, Neil Boudville, Meaghan Cuerden, Christine Dipchand, Michael Eng, John Gill, William Gourlay, Martin Karpinski, Scott Klarenbach, Greg Knoll, Krista L. Lentine, Charmaine E. Lok, Patrick Luke, G. V. Ramesh Prasad, Alp Sener, Jessica M. Sontrop, Leroy Storsley, Darin Treleaven & Amit X. Garg
Background:While living kidney donation is considered safe in healthy individuals, perioperative complications can occur due to several factors.Objective:We explored associations between the incidence of perioperative complications and donor characteristics, surgical technique, and surgeon’s experience in a large contemporary cohort of living kidney donors.Design:Living kidney donors enrolled prospectively in a multicenter cohort study with some data collected retrospectively after enrollment was complete (eg, surgeon characteristics).Setting:Living kidney donor centers in Canada (n = 12) and Australia (n...

A Pilot Survey of Potentially Hazardous Trace Elements in the Aquatic Environment Near a Coastal Coal-Fired Power Plant in Taiwan

Victor C Kok, Paul R Winn, Yi-Jer Hsieh, Jien-Wen Chien, Jer-Ming Yang & Guang-Perng Yeh
Background:A limited number of potentially hazardous trace elements were quantified in the aquatic environment near the world’s second largest coal-fired power plant (CFPP) and the coal combustion residual (CCR) disposition sites in Central Taiwan. We postulated that contamination from specific trace elements would be present in the abovementioned aquatic environments.Methods:Cross-sectional sampling of trace elements was first performed between September 24, 2017 and October 3, 2017 outside the CFPP, in the effluent sampled from Changhua, a...

A Pilot Survey of Potentially Hazardous Trace Elements in the Aquatic Environment Near a Coastal Coal-Fired Power Plant in Taiwan

Victor C Kok, Paul R Winn, Yi-Jer Hsieh, Jien-Wen Chien, Jer-Ming Yang & Guang-Perng Yeh
Background:A limited number of potentially hazardous trace elements were quantified in the aquatic environment near the world’s second largest coal-fired power plant (CFPP) and the coal combustion residual (CCR) disposition sites in Central Taiwan. We postulated that contamination from specific trace elements would be present in the abovementioned aquatic environments.Methods:Cross-sectional sampling of trace elements was first performed between September 24, 2017 and October 3, 2017 outside the CFPP, in the effluent sampled from Changhua, a...

Inactivation of Ppp1r15a minimises weight gain and insulin resistance during caloric excess in mice

Vruti Patel, Guillaume Bidault, Joseph Chambers, Stefania Carobbio, Angharad Everden, Concepción Garcés, Lucy Dalton, Fiona Gribble, Antonio Vidal-Puig & Stefan Marciniak
Abstract Phosphorylation of the translation initiation factor eIF2α within the mediobasal hypothalamus is known to suppress food intake, but the role of the eIF2α phosphatases in regulating body weight is poorly understood. Mice deficient in active PPP1R15A, a stress-inducible eIF2α phosphatase, are healthy and more resistant to endoplasmic reticulum stress than wild type controls. We report that when Ppp1r15a mutant mice are fed a high fat diet they gain less weight than wild type littermates...

Automatic Text Scoring Using Neural Networks

Dimitrios Alikaniotis, Helen Yannakoudakis & Marek Rei
Automated Text Scoring (ATS) provides a cost-effective and consistent alternative to human marking. However, in order to achieve good performance, the predictive features of the system need to be manually engineered by human experts. We introduce a model that forms word representations by learning the extent to which specific words contribute to the text’s score. Using Long-Short Term Memory networks to represent the meaning of texts, we demonstrate that a fully automated framework is able...

Exergy efficiency of ammonia production

Charalampos Michalakakis, Ana Gonzalez Hernandez, Jonathan Cullen & Bart Hallmark
The chemical industry is responsible for roughly 6 % of global primary energy consumption and global greenhouse gas emissions, as well as a key fossil-fuel user (Cullen and Allwood 2010). Material and energy efficiency are the focus of industrial and policy decision-makers but are often pursued as separate strategies. This paper applies exergy analysis to reconcile material and energy flows into a single unit and the separate efficiencies into an integrated metric and take into...

Nonlinear model predictive control based on Bernstein global optimization with application to a nonlinear CSTR

BV Patil, Jan Maciejowski & KV Ling
© 2016 EUCA. We present a model predictive control based tracking problem for nonlinear systems based on global optimization. Specifically, we introduce a 'Bernstein global optimization' procedure and demonstrate its applicability to the aforementioned control problem. This Bernstein global optimization procedure is applied to predictive control of a nonlinear CSTR system. Its strength and benefits are compared with those of a sub-optimal procedure, as implemented in MATLAB using fmincon function, and two well established global...

Phase 1 Data Testing at AZ U:15:1(REC) on Private Land and Mapping of Historic Architecture at AZ AA:3:215(ASM) and AZ U:16:303(ASM) on Federal Land near Ashurst-Hayden Diversion Dam, Pinal County, Arizona

ACS Tempe
As authorized under the Arizona Water Settlements Act of 2004, the San Carlos and Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) is undertaking a 10-year rehabilitation project of its irrigation system. SCIDD is the non-Indian irrigation component of the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), which provides irrigation water to the communities of Florence, Coolidge, and Casa Grande in Pinal County, Arizona. The initial focus of the SCIDD Rehabilitation Project is the rehabilitation of the Ashurst-Hayden Diversion Dam and...

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