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Anhang zur Dissertation \"Kodierte Interviews mit Beschäftigten des Windenergiesektors\"

Pia Spangenberger

TREND: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Summary of Deposits: Bank Branch Deposits | State: Alabama | ID: X | Holding Company: All Holding Companies | ID: X | Bank: All Banks | Bank Branch: All Bank Branches, 1994 - 2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Datasets by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 011-011-001

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Summary of Deposits: Bank Branch Deposits | State: Alabama | ID: X | Holding Company: All Holding Companies | ID: X | Bank: All Banks | Bank Branch: All Bank Branches, 1994 - 2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Datasets by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 011-011-001 Dataset: Shows value of deposits, by state, county, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), and for each FDIC-insured commercial and savings bank. Bank data include detail for individual branches. Note...

Trend 1961 - 2012. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Food and Agriculture Organization Statistics: Production - Crops Processed | Country: Central African Republic | Consumer Item: Beer of barley | Agricultural Trade Element: Production, 1961-2012. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 067-001-013.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2016). Food and Agriculture Organization Statistics: Production - Crops Processed | Country: Central African Republic | Consumer Item: Beer of barley | Agricultural Trade Element: Production, . Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. [Data-file]. Dataset-ID: 067-001-013. Dataset: Presents statistics on processed agricultural commodities. The time-series and cross-sectional data provided here are from the FAOSTAT database of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations....

TREND: United States Census Bureau. Housing Starts: Total Housing Starts - Seasonally Adjusted, 2006 - 2015. Data-Planet™ Statistical Datasets by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 001-034-001

United States Census Bureau. Housing Starts: Total Housing Starts - Seasonally Adjusted, 2006 - 2015. Data-Planet™ Statistical Datasets by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 001-034-001 Dataset: Reports an estimate of the total number of single- and multi-unit housing units in the United States on which construction began during the reporting period. The beginning of construction is defined as the date when excavation begins for the footings or foundation of a building. The data are adjusted by...

Computational analysis of the Glutamate receptor gene family of Arabidopsis thaliana

& Ashutosh Mukherjee
Ionotropic Glutamate receptors function as glutamate activated ion channels in rapid synaptic transmission in animals. Arabidopsis thaliana possess twenty Glutamate receptor-like genes (AtGLRs) in its genome which are involved in many functions including light signal transduction and calcium homeostasis. However, little is known about the physico-chemical, functional and structural properties of AtGLRs. In this study, glutamate receptor-like genes of A. thaliana have been studied in silico. Exon-intron structures revealed common origin of majority of these...

Workshops on Volcanoes 2016, Santiaguito, Guatemala

Alex Iezzi Kathleen McKee

Personalized neoantigen vaccination with synthetic long peptides

John P. Finnigan, Alex Rubinsteyn, , Nicholas Akers, Nina Bhardwaj, Jeff Hammerbacher, Bojan Losic & Eric Schadt
Mutations in cancer may give rise to novel antigenic peptides, known as tumor neoantigens, that are promising targets for immunotherapy. However, due to the complexity and heterogeneity of most cancers, a single antigenic target is often insufficient for achieving a durable response or remission. Vaccines using single, short synthetic peptides are vulnerable to immune evasion or may even promote immune tolerance and/or anergy, leading to increased tumor growth. Cancer vaccination has moved in two promising...

Quantification of residual fatty acids in forensic microbiological samples using Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS)

Eva M. Childrey, Cristina E. Stanciu & Christopher J. Ehrhardt
The goal of this research was to develop a rapid, quantitative assay for determining the structure and relative abundance of residual fatty acids from forensically-relevant microbiological samples using Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS). Although cellular fatty acids have been used to characterize the taxonomy and growth conditions for an unknown organism, the analytical sensitivity of ambient mass spectrometry techniques and their compatibility with standard forensic collection practices has not been explored. To...

Comparative expression patterns of CHD7, TBX1, FOXG1b (BF1), DLX5 and FGF10 during human craniofacial development

Damien Sanlaville, Heather Etchevers, Mathieu Clément-Ziza, Géraldine Goudefroye, Sophie Audollent, Eric Detrait, Tania Attié-Bitach & Michel Vekemans
The CHARGE syndrome describes a particular association of embryonic malformations including ocular coloboma, heart disease, choanal atresia, retarded growth and/or anomalies of the central nervous system, genito-urinary defects and/or hypogonadism, and ear anomalies and/or deafness. Other major clinical criteria have also been described such as semicircular canal hypoplasia and arhinencephaly. The etiology of this syndrome was unknown until CHD7 was identified as responsible for over half of CHARGE cases when mutated. In the meantime, we...

Integrated wireless sensor system for efficient pre-fall detection

Nikhil Tiwari

Particle swarm optimization applied to real-time asset allocation

Joshua Reynolds

Single-index regression models

Hypersensitivity reactions with an overview on anaphylaxis

Hypersensitivity Reaction: A state of altered reactivity in which the body reacts with an exaggerated immune response to a foreign agent. These reactions may be damaging, uncomfortable, or occasionally fatal. Coombs and Gell classified hypersensitivity into 4 types.

Anaphylaxis: Ana (without), phylaxis (protection). Acute multi-systemic allergic reaction involving the skin, airway, vascular system, and GI. Anaphylaxis is defined as a serious allergic or hypersensitivity reaction (type 1) that is rapid in onset and may cause death.

Neuronal chronometry of emotional attention: early interactive effects of brightness and emotion

Antonio Schettino, Andreas Keil, Emanuele Porcu & Matthias Müller
The rapid extraction of affective cues from the visual environment is crucial for flexible behavior. Numerous event-related potential (ERP) studies have reported emotion-related amplitude changes of two components originating in extrastriate visual areas, i.e., N1 and EPN. However, it is unclear how uncontrolled low-level visual properties of the stimuli may differentially affect these components and influence affective judgments. In the present ERP study, participants viewed original and bright versions of neutral and erotic IAPS pictures....

Graduate programs in healthcare quality and patient safety

Donna Woods & Kevin B Weiss
Flier summarizing graduate programs offered at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in healthcare quality and patient safety.

Evaluation of the application of the European guidelines for diagnosis and clinical care of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

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The diagnosis and management of patients in French ALS referral centers are in agreement with most EAN/EFNS guidelines.
- The most satisfactory aspects are: methods for diagnosis, breaking the news, multidisciplinary and regular management, neuroprotective treatment, symptomatic treatment, management of respiratory involvement and nutritional aspects.
- Conversely, palliative care appears as belated in terms of discussion and involvement of palliative care team.
- Even in a context of standardized care covered by guidelines, center effect has been identified...

Stuck with headaches: a case report of Arnold-Chiari syndrome

Pedro Azevedo, Luís Pinho-Costa, Tiago Ribeiro, Isabel Lobo &
Case report.

Despite the non-specific signs and low prevalence/incidence, in a Primary Care setting it is of paramount importance to consider Arnold-Chiari syndrome type I in the differential diagnosis of headaches, allowing for a quick referral to the hospital. As it can be a familial trait, the family doctor is also ideally positioned to study the remaining family.

The Arnold-Chiari Syndrome results of a congenital defect in the skull base resulting in varying degrees of cerebellum and...

Using Fault-Zone Trapped Waves to Document Subsuface Rock Damage Caused by the M6.3 Earthquake in Ne

Yong-Gang Li

Characteristics of ambient and focal processing during the visual exploration of dynamic stimuli

Sebastian Pannasch
Analyzing the time course of eye movements during free exploration of real-world scenes often reveal an increase in fixation durations together with a decrease in saccade amplitudes which has been explained as a shift from ambient (global) to focal (local) processing. The ambient mode refers to bottom-up processing, serving global orientation controlled by the saliency of the stimulus. In contrast, the focal mode is rather related to top-down processing and associated with the identification of...

Anticipatory relaxation dynamics

Henning Voss
• Goal: Model free real-time prediction of signals
• Proposed solution: Anticipatory relaxation dynamics (ARD)
• Based on coupling of linear relaxation-delay system to a smooth, stationary signal
• ARD = Frequency-dependent predictor of future signal values
• Explanation: ARD = I/O system with negative group delay
• ARD is characterized by its analytically given frequency response function

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