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Award Number2029301Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-07-01Expiration Date2021-06-30Funding Amount$99,790
The aim of this project is to explore the connections among green space, perception of risk, and well-being in times of a public health emergency that require people to stay indoors and isolated. In a crisis like the current COVID-19 pandemic, the role of urban green spaces in promoting public health and well-being may be an especially important co-benefit of green infrastructure (GI) programs. However, there is simultaneous acknowledgement that being outdoors, even in green space, is a conti…
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ID32457038Published Date2020-07-01JournalJournal of lipid research, 2020-07-01, Volume 61
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV)-2 has resulted in the death of more than 328,000 persons worldwide in the first 5 months of 2020. Herculean efforts to rapidly design and produce vaccines and other antiviral interventions are ongoing. However, newly evolving viral mutations, the prospect of only temporary immunity, and a long path to regulatory approval pose significant challenges and call for a common, readily…
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ID32504873Published Date2020-08-01JournalComprehensive psychiatry, 2020-08-01, Volume 101
Past research links hoarding disorder (HD) to indecisiveness and difficulty with decision-making. However, it remains unclear what contributes to difficulty making decisions in HD. Decision-making research suggests that some individuals have a maximizing decision-making style (seeking the best option through an exhaustive search of all existing alternatives) while others "satisfice" (choosing options that are satisfactory even without seeing all options). Past work has linked the dispositiona…
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ID32386535Published Date2020-06-22JournalCurrent biology : CB, 2020-06-22, Volume 30
Networks of circadian timekeeping in the brain display marked daily changes in neuronal morphology. In Drosophila melanogaster, the striking daily structural remodeling of the dorsal medial termini of the small ventral lateral neurons has long been hypothesized to mediate endogenous circadian timekeeping. To test this model, we have specifically abrogated these sites of daily neuronal remodeling through the reprogramming of neural development and assessed the effects on circadian timekeeping …
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ID32199373Published Date2020-06-20JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-06-20, Volume 722
The objective of this study was to quantify the seasonal risk of salt damage to bioswale plants, soil, microbes, and downstream waterbodies. To do so, we measured sodium, chloride, and electrical conductivity levels at seven bioswales located in the Bronx, New York City, over 42 storm events during a three-year monitoring period. The bioswale with the greatest salt contamination (median 206 mg/L chloride) had a unique inlet design without any possibility of inlet bypass. The most severe effec…
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ID32387768Published Date2020-08-10JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-08-10, Volume 729
Adsorption of organic pollutants onto microplastics has been reported in prior studies, indicating the potential of these particles to serve as vectors of pollutants. Most prior investigations, however, have been conducted in laboratories under conditions with relatively little environmental relevance. Here we report the results of in-situ experiments to investigate the adsorption of pharmaceuticals (atenolol, sulfamethoxazole, and ibuprofen) on to eight types of test materials (pellets from …
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ID32559513Published Date2020-06-16JournalCognition, 2020-06-16, Volume 203
Some concepts are more essential for human communication than others. In this paper, we investigate whether the concept of agent-backgrounding is sufficiently important for communication that linguistic structures for encoding this concept are present in young sign languages. Agent-backgrounding constructions serve to reduce the prominence of the agent - the English passive sentence a book was knocked over is an example. Although these constructions are widely attested cross-linguistically, t…
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ID32510326Published Date2020-06-08JournaleLife, 2020-06-08, Volume 9
Human natural killer (NK) cells are defined as CD56+CD3-. Despite its ubiquitous expression on human NK cells the role of CD56 (NCAM) in human NK cell cytotoxic function has not been defined. In non-immune cells, NCAM can induce signaling, mediate adhesion, and promote exocytosis through interactions with focal adhesion kinase (FAK). Here we demonstrate that deletion of CD56 on the NK92 cell line leads to impaired cytotoxic function. CD56-knockout (KO) cells fail to polarize during immunologi…
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IDDOI:10.7554/elife.57346Published Date2020-06-08JournaleLife, 2020-06-08, Volume 9
Human natural killer (NK) cells are defined as CD56+CD3−. Despite its ubiquitous expression on human NK cells the role of CD56 (NCAM) in human NK cell cytotoxic function has not been defined. In non-immune cells, NCAM can induce signaling, mediate adhesion, and promote exocytosis through interactions with focal adhesion kinase (FAK). Here we demonstrate that deletion of CD56 on the NK92 cell line leads to impaired cytotoxic function. CD56-knockout (KO) cells fail to polarize during immunologi…
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ID32483831Published Date2020-06-02JournalGround water, 2020-06-02
Geogenic arsenic in drinking water is a worldwide problem. For private well owners, testing (e.g., private or government laboratory) is the main method to determine arsenic concentration. However, the temporal variability of arsenic concentrations is not well characterized and it is not clear how often private wells should be tested. To answer this question, three datasets, two new and one publicly available, with temporal arsenic data were utilized: 6370 private wells from New Jersey tested …
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