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ID31247204Published Date2019-10-15JournalBrain research, 2019-10-15, Volume 1721
We examined whether dispositional affect modulated the relation between sentence processing and the P300 Event Related Potential (ERP) component. We used sentence stimuli from our previous study, where sentences started with subject nouns that were quantified e.g., Every kid… or not, as in The kid…, and continued with a direct object which was either singular, as in a tree, or plural the trees. In this Stroop-like task, participants read sentences presented in 1- and 2-word chunks, and were a…
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ID31158770Published Date2019-10-05JournalSpectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy, 2019-10-05, Volume 221
As an effective lysosomal biomarker for oxidative stress status, cysteine (Cys) plays an important role in lysosomal proteolysis. Herein, we report the first lysosome-targetable fluorescence probe (MCAB) for Cys-selective detection based on nucleophilic addition reaction of sulfhydryl toward a α, β-unsaturated ketone and demonstrate its application to lysosomal-targetable imaging. MCAB is designed based on a α, β-unsaturated ethanoylcarbazole as the fluorophore and the thiols reaction site, a…
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Project ID222527Funding AgencyCommunity Research and Development Information ServiceEffective Date2019-10-01Expiration Date2024-09-30Funding Amount$2,165,443
OPPSEXRIGHTS will be the first large-scale, transnational study to consider the effects of recent Sexual and Gender Rights and Equalities (SGRE) on those who oppose them, by exploring opponents’ experiences of the transformation of everyday spaces. It will work beyond contemporary polarisations, creating new possibilities for social transformation. This cutting-edge research engages with the dramatically altered social and political landscapes in the late 20th and early 21st Century created t…
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ID31169188Published Date2019-10-01JournalNeural regeneration research, 2019-10-01, Volume 14
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ID31101427Published Date2019-10-01JournalPatient education and counseling, 2019-10-01, Volume 102
To review the literature on chronic disease self-management programs that blend face-to-face and online/computer-based education design and delivery.A critical interpretive synthesis was conducted. Studies that described blended chronic disease self-management programs were reviewed. Two reviewers performed independent database searches, eligibility screening, and data extraction. Findings were synthesized using a conceptual mapping process.Twelve articles were included in the final review. S…
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ID30022492Published Date2019-10-01JournalInternational journal of psychology : Journal international de psychologie, 2019-10-01, Volume 54
Using a diverse and unique sample of triads (N = 191 self, peer, and supervisor reports) from a field survey of two service sector organisations, this study examined the effects of perceived competence (self-reported) and supervisor-rated performance ratings on peer-rated impression management. The study also tested the mediating role of performance in competence-impression management relationships and the moderating role of job satisfaction (self-reported) in performance-impression managemen…
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ID31549708Published Date2019-09-24JournalDalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003), 2019-09-24
A tridentate ligand LH3 (C11H13N3O4) comprising o-vanillin, hydrazone and oxime donor groups has been employed to prepare a new class of di- and tetranuclear LnIII complexes. The reaction of LH3 with Ln(NO3)3·xH2O in the presence of a suitable base yields the dinuclear DyIII complex [Dy2(LH2)4(CH3OH)][NO3]2 (1) and the tetranuclear complexes [Dy4(LH)4(LH2)2(OH)2]·2H2O (2) and [Gd4(LH)4(LH2)2(OMe)2]·nH2O, (3). In these complexes, LH3 is either monodeprotonated (1) or a mixture of mono- and dou…
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ID31478642Published Date2019-09-17JournalAnalytical chemistry, 2019-09-17, Volume 91
Herein, we described a novel plasmonic CRISPR Cas12a assay for the visual, colorimetric detection of grapevine viral infections. Our assay generates rapid and specific colorimetric signals for nucleic acid amplicons by combining the unique target-induced incriminate single-stranded DNase activity of Cas12a with plasmon coupling of DNA functionalized gold nanoparticles. The practical applicability of our plasmonic assay was successfully demonstrated through the detection of emerging red-blotch…
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ID31523816Published Date2019-09-15JournalJournal of applied behavior analysis, 2019-09-15
We conducted a systematic review of the functional analysis of inappropriate mealtime behavior in peer-reviewed studies in PsycINFO, ERIC, PubMed, and the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis between 2000-2016. We identified 18 studies involving 86 functional analyses. We coded descriptive data and calculated summary statistics in addition to conducting a quality appraisal of the literature. We identified escape, exclusively or in part, as the maintaining reinforcer for inappropriate mealtime…
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