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ID30858296Published Date2019-07-15JournalJournal of bacteriology, 2019-07-15, Volume 201
The phage shock protein (Psp) system is a stress response pathway that senses and responds to inner membrane damage. The genetic components of the Psp system are present in several clinically relevant Gram-negative bacteria, including However, most of the current knowledge about the Psp response stems from studies in and In fact, the Psp response in has remained completely uncharacterized. In this study, we demonstrate that does have a functional Psp response system. We found that overexpress…
Cara M Deangelis Dhrubajyoti Nag Jeffrey H Withey Jyl S Matson
University of ToledoUniversity of ToledoWayne State UniversityWayne State University
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ID31059952Published Date2019-07-15JournalJournal of environmental management, 2019-07-15, Volume 242
Are younger people, defined by age, or younger generations, defined by cohort-level measures, more concerned about declines in environmental health when compared to their older counterparts within the United States? Related, are these same people more willing to support policy actions aimed at preventing future losses when compared to older adults? In spite of reporting by the U.S. popular press about the heightened environmental consciousness of Millennials, prior research offers conflicting…
Sara Goto Gray Kaitlin T Raimi Robyn Wilson Joseph Arvai
University of MichiganUniversity of MichiganOhio State UniversityOhio State UniversityDecision ResearchDecision Research
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Award Number1904146Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-07-15Expiration Date2022-06-30Funding Amount$359,800
With support from the Chemical Measurement and Imaging Program in the Division of Chemistry, Professor Robert Kennedy and his group at the University of Michigan are working to improve the characterization of complex mixtures such as blood and soil extracts, common in nature and industrial processes. Studying the composition of such mixtures is vital to biology, chemistry, environmental science, and production of valuable chemicals. A powerful approach to analyzing such mixtures begins by sep…
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ID31097195Published Date2019-07-15JournalThe American journal of cardiology, 2019-07-15, Volume 124
Mortality according to the use inferior vena cava (IVC) filters in patients with pulmonary embolism (PE) and heart failure (HF) has been sparsely studied. In the present investigation, we assess whether IVC filters in stable patients with PE and HF reduce mortality. This is a retrospective cohort study of administrative data from the Premier Healthcare Database, 2009 through 2015. Patients aged ≥18 years hospitalized with a primary diagnosis of PE and a discharge diagnosis of HF were identifi…
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ID30827651Published Date2019-07-15JournalFood chemistry, 2019-07-15, Volume 286
Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal with high phytochemical contents with proven biological and nutritional significance. In recent decades several breeding programmes have introduced new and traditional quinoa varieties to North America and other non-traditional quinoa regions, raising questions regarding variability in their secondary metabolite profiles. In this work, we have fingerprinted 28 quinoa varieties cultivated in Washington State, focussing on the poorly investigated oil fraction. We found…
Yu-Shuo Chen Nicole A Aluwi Steven R Saunders Girish M Ganjyal Ilce G Medina-Meza
Michigan State UniversityMichigan State UniversityWashington State University, PullmanWashington State University, Pullman
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ID31059953Published Date2019-07-15JournalJournal of environmental management, 2019-07-15, Volume 242
The objective of this study is to synthesize previous research findings from bioretention experiments and identify design features that lead to the best performance of bioretention pollutant removal with a data-driven approach. A bioretention database was built from 79 bioretention publications, composed of 182 records of bioretention cells with their design features and the corresponding pollutant removal efficiency data. Non-parametric correlation analysis, multiple linear regression (MLR),…
Runzi Wang Xuewen Zhang Ming-Han Li
Michigan State UniversityMichigan State UniversityRochester Institute of TechnologyRochester Institute of Technology
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ID31204661Published Date2019-07-15JournalInternational journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics, 2019-07-15, Volume 104
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Daniel E Spratt Jeff M Michalski
University of MichiganUniversity of MichiganWashington University in St LouisWashington University in St Louis
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ID30628724Published Date2019-07-15JournalInternational journal of cancer, 2019-07-15, Volume 145
Polycomb group proteins are important epigenetic regulators for cell proliferation and differentiation, organ development, as well as initiation and progression of lethal diseases, including cancer. Upregulated Polycomb group proteins, including Enhancer of zeste homolog 2 (EZH2), promote proliferation, migration, invasion and metastasis of cancer cells, as well as self-renewal of cancer stem cells. In our study, we report that EZH2 and embryonic ectoderm development (EED) indicate respective…
Qipeng Liu Guangyu Wang Qiaqia Li Weihua Jiang Jung-Sun Kimshow 15 more
Houston MethodistHouston MethodistUniversity of MichiganUniversity of MichiganNorthwestern UniversityNorthwestern University
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ID30930047Published Date2019-07-15JournalDevelopmental biology, 2019-07-15, Volume 451
An essential part of the Mitosis Promoting Factor, Cyclin B1 is indispensable for cells to enter mitosis. We report here that the zebrafish early arrest mutant specter is a loss-of-function mutation in the сyclin B1 gene. cyclin B1 is maternally transcribed in zebrafish, and the zygotic phenotype is apparent by early segmentation. Lack of zygotic Cyclin B1 does not stop cells from dividing, rather it causes an abnormal and elongated progression through the G2 and M phases of the cell cycle. M…
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ID31022536Published Date2019-07-15JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2019-07-15, Volume 674
Cache Creek (Coast Range, California) and the Yuba River (Sierra Nevada Foothills, California) are two river systems affected by extensive mercury (Hg) contamination due to legacy sources of Hg related to mining. Stable Hg isotope techniques have proven useful for elucidating the complex cycling of Hg within aquatic ecosystems, and we applied these techniques to improve understanding of Hg and methylmercury (MeHg) transformations in these watersheds. Total mercury (THg) concentrations and Hg …
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