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Digimouse cV1.0

3D posable nude male mouse model

Eartha cViP3.1

3D human model

Roberta cViP3.1

3D human model

SE4CF Models Based on Limited Data

Jennifer Nichols, Wendy Murray & Michael Bednar
Kinematic models of scaphoid-excision four-corner fusion (SE4CF) developed in SIMM v. 6.0.2. These models are based on several assumptions and limited experimental data.

North Sea Interactive

The North Sea Interactive (NSI) project was an 8-month NERC funded project led by Heriot-Watt University, in collaboration with the BGS and NOC. The aim of the project was to develop a new decision-support tool that would translate existing marine environmental data into an interactive mapping product for the offshore oil and gas industry.

Horizontal Beam Patterns - AURA (Automated Ultrasonic Robotic Array)

Adam Gillies
Dataset contains a Huygens principle MATLAB model. The model calculates the beam pattern of a 1D linear electronically phased ultrasonic array. The model can be used to steer the beam profile of the ultrasonic array between +/- 90 degrees, facilitating investigations into grating lobes at the maximum extremities of array capabilities. The model takes account of beam spread, directivity of the beam and the pitch of each of the array elements. The model is used...

Engineering Research Project Planning Processes IDEF Models

Alexander Frederick Holliman
A series of IDEF0 models depicting the planning processes used by Research Centre A; an Engineering Research Centre.

Data Services Products: OIINK_VS_model, shear velocity structure beneath the central United States

Tobacco calmodulin-like protein rgs-CaM in silico model in the absence of ions calcium

Tobbaco calmodulin-like protein rgs-CaM displays three functional calcium binding sites that dissociations constants were not in the range of calcium sensors. Here, we show the in silico model of rgs-CaM in absence of calcium that presents a more compact tertirary structure than calcium bounded models.

Stochastic Empirical Loading and Dilution Model (SELDM) Software Support Web Page

Gregory E Granato
The Stochastic Empirical Loading and Dilution Model (SELDM) is designed to transform complex scientific data into meaningful information about the risk of adverse effects of runoff on receiving waters, the potential need for mitigation measures, and the potential effectiveness of such management measures for reducing these risks. The U.S. Geological Survey developed SELDM in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration to help develop planning-level estimates of event mean concentrations, flows, and loads in stormwater from...

MODFLOW2005 model used to simulate the effects of groundwater withdrawals from aquifers in Ocean County and vicinity, New Jersey

Stephen J Cauller, Lois M Voronin & Mary M Chepiga
A three-dimensional groundwater flow model was developed to simulate the effects of withdrawals on the groundwater-flow systems of five aquifers in and around Ocean County, New Jersey-the unconfined Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer system and Vincentown aquifer, and three confined aquifers--the Rio Grande water-bearing zone, the Atlantic City 800-foot sand, and the Piney Point aquifer. A transient model was used to simulate conditions that represent no groundwater withdrawals, 2000-2003 groundwater withdrawals, and maximum-allocation groundwater withdrawals. Particle-tracking analysis, using...

SEAWAT model used to evaluate the potential effects of alterations to the hydrologic system on the distribution of salinity in the Biscayne aquifer in Broward County, Florida.

Joseph D. Hughes, Dorothy F. Sifuentes & Jeremy T. White
A three-dimensional, variable-density solute-transport model (SEAWAT) was developed to examine causes of saltwater intrusion and predict the effects of future alterations to the hydrologic system on salinity distribution in eastern Broward County, Florida. The model was calibrated to conditions from 1970 to 2012, the period for which data are most complete and reliable, and was used to simulate historical conditions from 1950 to 2012. The model was used to (1) evaluate the sensitivity of the...

MODFLOW-NWT 2016 groundwater flow model for Dane County, Wisconsin

Kenneth R. Bradbury Michael J. Parsen
A new groundwater flow model was created for Dane County, Wisconsin, to replace an earlier model developed in the 1990s by the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (WGNHS) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This modeling study was conducted cooperatively by the WGNHS, the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, and the USGS. Although the overall conceptual model of the groundwater system remains largely unchanged, the incorporation of newly acquired, high-quality datasets, recent research findings,...

MODFLOW-2005 and MODPATH6 models used to delineate areas contributing groundwater to selected surface receiving waters for long-term average hydrologic stress conditions from 1968 to 1983, Long Island, New York

Paul E. Misut
A regional groundwater-flow model and particle-tracking program were used to delineate areas contributing groundwater to coastal and freshwater bodies and to estimate travel times from the water table to saline water bodies under average conditions from 1968 to 1983 on Long Island, New York. The coastal waters of Long Island are important economic and recreational resources for the region. The coastal water bodies receive freshwater from inflow of both surface water and groundwater, in addition...

KSHV glycoprotein B

The glycoprotein B (gB) of the Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) shows strong sequence homology to the Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) gB homolog, including the conservation of 10 cysteines forming 5 critical disulphide-linkages. The crystal structure of EBV gB ectodomain (3fvc) has been determined, and was found to have a similar architecture to the gB of herpes simplex virus (Heldwein et al., 2006) and the G protein of vesicular stomatitus virus (Roche et al., 2006), which have...

Thelonious cViP3.1

3D human model

Dizzy cViP3.1

3D human model

Duke cViP3.1.1

3D human model

Wave and Wind projections for United States Coasts; Mainland, Pacific Islands, and United States-Affiliated Pacific Islands

L.H. Erikson
Coastal managers and ocean engineers rely heavily on projected average and extreme wave conditions for planning and design purposes, but when working on a local or regional scale, are faced with much uncertainty as changes in the global climate impart spatially-varying trends. Future storm conditions are likely to evolve in a fashion that is unlike past conditions and is ultimately dependent on the complicated interaction between the Earth?s atmosphere and ocean systems. Despite a lack...

Nearshore waves in southern California: hindcast, and modeled historical and 21st-century projected time series

Christie A. Hegermiller, Li H. Erikson & Patrick Barnard
As part of the Coastal Storm Modeling System (CoSMoS), time series of hindcast, historical, and 21st-century nearshore wave parameters (wave height, period, and direction) were simulated for the southern California coast from Point Conception to the Mexican border. The hindcast (1980-2010) time series represents reanalysis-forced offshore waves propagated to the nearshore, whereas the historical (1976-2005) and 21st-century (2012-2100) time series represent global climate model-forced offshore waves propagated to the nearshore. Changes in deep-water wave conditions...

Data Services Products: US.2016, 3D shear-wave velocity model of the United States

MODFLOW 2000 and MT3DMS models of potentiometric head and trichloroethene concentration at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant, Fridley, Minnesota

J Hal Davis & Jeffrey N King
This model is a preliminary characterization of trichloroethene transport in the surficial and Cambrian-Ordovician aquifer systems at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant in Fridley, Minnesota. The characterization first considered 2001 conditions using a MODFLOW and MT3DMS, followed by an application of this 2001 model to 2011 conditions. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Navy, used the steady-state, uniform-density groundwater flow model MODFLOW to calculate potentiometric heads in...

Tobacco calmodulin-like protein rgs-CaM in silico model with calcium ion loaded in its inactive calcium binding-loop (rgs-CaM+Ca-C)

Tobbaco calmodulin-like protein rgs-CaM displays two EF-hands motifs that contains two putative calcium binding loops each. However, ITC studies showed that rgs-CaM displays only three calcium binding sites. Amino acids sequence comparison with classical calmodulins shows that loop C does not conserved any residue involved in calcium coordination. Here, in silico model of rgs-CaM with calcium ion loaded only in loop C (rgs-CaM+Ca-C) shows that calcium escapes from this loop along the MD simulations highlighting...

Xenorhabdus nematophila RelE antitoxin

Bacterial chromosomal ‘toxin-antitoxin systems’ (TA systems) are involved in various cell functions such as stress response, promoting cell cycle arrest and bringing about the onset of programmed cell death. Unlike RelBE TA module of Escherichia coli, genome of Xenorhabdus nematophila has two separate TA modules for RelB and RelE. Here RelE being the toxin bears its own antitoxin and RelB antitoxin bears its separate toxin counterpart. More interestingly these modules are located distantly in genome....

Rearrangement of the extracellular domain/extracellular loop 1 interface is critical for thyrotropin receptor activation

The thyroid stimulating hormone receptor (TSHR) is a G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) with a characteristic large extracellular domain (ECD). TSHR activation is initiated by binding of the hormone ligand TSH to the ECD. How the extracellular binding event triggers the conformational changes in the transmembrane domain (TMD) necessary for intracellular G protein activation is poorly understood. To gain insight in this process, the knowledge on the relative positioning of ECD and TMD and the conformation...

Registration Year

  • 2016

Resource Types

  • Model