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On Anomalous Emitter Regions Forming During Phosphorous Diffusion Processing of Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells

J. Horzel, B. Schum, A. Lachowicz, J. Rossa, K. Vaas, M. Jahn, Y. Gassenbauer, H. Von Campe, H. Boubekeur, G. Blendin, U. Weber, A. Seidl, A. Armigliato, F. Seidel, T. Hantschel, P. Eyben, S. Vinzelberg, S.S.A. Gerstl & W. Schmidt
25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, 6-10 September 2010, Valencia, Spain; 1882-1891

A. Mammography

Beniamino Brancato
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Wil, Dominikanerinnenkloster St. Katharina, Chronik ("Konventsbuch") : Chronicle ("Konventsbuch")

Justina Blarer, Von Schönau Cordula, Regula Keller, Elisabeth Muntprat Von Spiegelberg & Angela Varnbühler
Formerly referred to in the reseach literature as the "Chronic" or "Chronicle", this was in truth the convent record book of the Cloister of St. Katharina in St. Gall (61r:...und sol dis also in des convents buoch gesetz werden...). The content consists of chronologically ordered entries concerning the business transactions of the convent. The manuscript was produced in the course of the reform period, as the convent was converted from private to communal ownership. Thus...

Effect of sulfated oligosaccharides (heparin and fucoidan) on the oligomerization of stromal cell-derived factor-1

Soraya Fermas, Florence Gonnet, Angela Sutton, Nathalie Charnaux, Barbara Mulloy, Yuguo Du, Françoise Baleux & Régis Daniel
We investigate the dimerization of SDF-1 in microM concentration and in the presence of sulfated oligosaccharides, using affinity capillary electrophoresis (ACE) hyphenated to electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry (ESI/MS). Chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1 (SDF-1) is a potent chemoattractant involved in leukocyte trafficking and metastasis. Heparan sulfate on the cell surface binds SDF-1 and may modulate its function as a coreceptor of this chemokine. A major effect of the glycosaminoglycan binding may be on the quaternary structure of...

NMR characterization of I19L peptide interacting with FtsZ

Marie-Jeanne Clément, Kuoch Boi-Trinh, Ha-Duong Tap, Joshi Vandana, Loic Hamon, Flavio Toma, Patrick Curmi & Philippe Savarin
FtsZ is a prokaryotic tubulin-like protein. Despite a low degree of sequence identity with tubulin, it presents the same folding pattern and some similar functions, notably in cell division. Indeed, FtsZ and tubulin polymerize to form bundles and microtubules, respectively, which are essential for cell cytokinesis. STD-NMR and TRNOESY experiments revealed that I19L interacts with FtsZ and folds upon its binding but in a way different from what we observed with tubulin. These NMR data...

Gene expression analysis in primary lung cancers.

Marie-Pierre Puissegur, Pascal Barbry, Kevin Lebrigand, Véronique Hofman, Paul Hofman & Bernard Mari
Gene expression was analysed in 13 pairs of primary lung cancers and their corresponding non cancerous lung tissues. The specimens were obtained from the Nice Hospital Tumor Bio Bank, France. Dye swap-experiment were designed by comparing cancerous tissue versus adjacent normal lung tissue.This experiment has been deposited in the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) database under reference number GSE18694.

Seismicity declustering

Thomas Van Stiphout, David Marsan & Jiancang Zhuang

Seismicity rate changes

Max Wyss & David Marsan

Sophistication of Doping Profile Manipulation - Emitter Performance Improvement without Additional Process Step

Y. Komatsu, A.F. Stassen, P.R. Venema, A.H.G. Vlooswijk, C. Meyer & M. Koorn
25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, 6-10 September 2010, Valencia, Spain; 1924-1929

Deciphering Transcriptional Regulatory Networks that Control Differentiation, Identity and Proliferation of Murine ES and T Cells

Pierre Ferrier & Jean-Christophe Andrau
We are interested in transcription factor binding patterns both in murine ES cells and in differentiated T cells. Among others we study genome wide recruitment of RNA poymerase II, TBP, polycomb and other TFs in these cells using either chip on chip or ChIPseq approaches.

Catalog artifacts and quality control

Laura Gulia, Stefan Wiemer & Max Wyss

Exact Quantum Query Algorithm for Error Detection Code Verification

Alina Vasilieva
Quantum algorithms can be analyzed in a query model to compute Boolean functions. Function input is provided in a black box, and the aim is to compute the function value using as few queries to the black box as possible. A repetition code is an error detection scheme that repeats each bit of the original message r times. After a message with redundant bits is transmitted via a communication channel, it must be verified. If...

Microwave Pretreatment of Panicum Virgatum (Switchgrass) for Improvement of Anaerobic Digestion

D. Jackowiak, J.-C. Frigon, T. Ribeiro, A. Pauss & S. Guiot
Anaerobic digestion process is achieved through several stages: hydrolysis, acidogenesis, acetogenesis and methanogenesis. For organic matter degradation, the rate-limiting step is the hydrolysis. In order to improve hydrolysis and anaerobic digestion performance, one possibility is to use cell lyse pretreatments. Several pretreatments can be considered: mechanical, thermal or chemical treatments. The aim of these treatments is to solubilise organic compounds, and especially refractory compounds, in order to make them more biodegradable. Time of digestion can...

Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. lat. 30b : The Missal of Urbain Bonivard, Prior of Saint Victor in Geneva

François Bonivard, Otto Wessner & François Bonivard
Urbain Bonivard, prior of Saint-Victor in Geneva from 1458 to 1483, produced this missal in 1460. The missal follows the liturgical practices of Cluny; the miniatures are the work of Janin Luysel and Guillaume Coquin. During the Reformation the manuscript disappeared from Geneva and only came to light again in 1912 when the city of Geneva bought it at an auction in Munich.

Exploratory data analysis: magnitude, space and time

Katerina Orfanogiannaki, Mark Naylor & David Harte

Study of cementitious materials using transmission electron microscopy

Prakash Chandra Mathur
An important mode of hydration of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is via the formation of a shell of hydration products around cement grains. It has been shown so far that shells form not only in OPC but also around C3A grains in a mixture of alite, C3A and CS and in more restricted form in pure alite. The shells are believed to be hollow and limited information of the chemistry of the phases that constitute...

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