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ID31910625Published Date2020-02-12JournalNano letters, 2020-02-12, Volume 20
Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are molecule-based 2D and 3D materials that possess a wide range of mechanical and electronic properties. We have performed a joint experimental and theoretical study of the electronic structure of boroxine-linked COFs grown under ultrahigh vacuum conditions and characterized using scanning tunneling spectroscopy on Au(111) and hBN/Cu(111) substrates. Our results show that a single hBN layer electronically decouples the COF from the metallic substrate, thus …
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ID32040696Published Date2020-02-10JournalLearning & behavior, 2020-02-10
It has been suggested that non-verbal transitive inference (if A > B and B > C, then A > C) can be accounted for by associative models. However, little is known about the applicability of such models to primate data. In Experiment 1, we tested the fit of two associative models to primate data from both sequential training, in which the training pairs were presented in a backward order, and simultaneous training, in which all training pairs are presented intermixed from the beginning. We found…
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ID32034042Published Date2020-02-07JournalThe Journal of experimental biology, 2020-02-07, Volume 223
Animals rely on their chemosensory system to discriminate among a very large number of attractive or repulsive chemical cues in the environment, which is essential to respond with proper action. The olfactory sensory systems in insects share significant similarities with those of vertebrates, although they also exhibit dramatic differences, such as the molecular nature of the odorant receptors (ORs): insect ORs function as heteromeric ion channels with a common Orco subunit, unlike the G-prot…
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ID32015113Published Date2020-02-03JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020-02-03
Advances in immunotherapy have revolutionized the treatment of multiple cancers. Unfortunately, tumors usually have impaired blood perfusion, which limits the delivery of therapeutics and cytotoxic immune cells to tumors and also results in hypoxia-a hallmark of the abnormal tumor microenvironment (TME)-that causes immunosuppression. We proposed that normalization of TME using antiangiogenic drugs and/or mechanotherapeutics can overcome these challenges. Recently, immunotherapy with checkpoin…
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ID31951863Published Date2020-02-01JournalJournal of magnetic resonance (San Diego, Calif. : 1997), 2020-02-01, Volume 311
The goal of nonuniform sampling (NUS) is to select a subset of free induction decays (FIDs) from the conventional, uniform grid in a manner that sufficiently samples short evolution times needed for improved sensitivity and long evolution times needed for enhanced resolution. In addition to specifying the number of FIDs to be collected from a uniform grid, NUS schemes also specify the distribution of the selected FIDs, which directly impacts sampling-induced artifacts. Sampling schemes typica…
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ID31676409Published Date2020-02-01JournalComparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology, 2020-02-01, Volume 240
Point-of-care devices offer the potential to democratize a suite of physiological endpoints and assess the nutritional state of wild animals through plasma metabolite profiling. Measurements of plasma metabolites typically occur on frozen tissue in the laboratory, thus dissociating measurements from field observations. Point-of-care devices, widely used in veterinary and human medicine, provide rapid results (seconds or minutes) allowing in situ measurements of wild animals in remote areas wi…
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ID31726394Published Date2020-02-01JournalWater research, 2020-02-01, Volume 169
The discovery of the complete ammonia oxidizing (comammox) bacteria overturns the traditional two-organism nitrification paradigm which largely underpins the design and operation of nitrogen removal during wastewater treatment. Quantifying the abundance, diversity, and activity of comammox bacteria in wastewater treatment systems is important for ensuring a clear understanding of the nitrogen biotransformations responsible for ammonia removal. To this end, we conducted a yearlong survey of 14…
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IDDOI:10.1130/ges02127.1Published Date2020-02-01JournalGeosphere, 2020-02-01, Volume 16
Abstract The Nutzotin basin of eastern Alaska consists of Upper Jurassic through Lower Cretaceous siliciclastic sedimentary and volcanic rocks that depositionally overlie the inboard margin of Wrangellia, an accreted oceanic plateau. We present igneous geochronologic data from volcanic rocks and detrital geochronologic and paleontological data from nonmarine sedimentary strata that provide constraints on the timing of deposition and sediment provenance. We also report geochronologic data from…
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IDDOI:10.1093/biolinnean/blz173Published Date2020-01-30JournalBiological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2020-01-30, Volume 129
Abstract Little is known about the life histories, genetic structure and population connectivity of shallow groundwater organisms. We used next-generation sequencing (RAD-seq) to analyse population genomic structure in two aquifer species: Paraperla frontalis (Banks, 1902), a stonefly with groundwater larvae and aerial (winged) adults; and Stygobromus sp., a groundwater-obligate amphipod. We found similar genetic differentiation in each species between floodplains separated by ~70 river km in…
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IDDOI:10.4337/roke.2020.01.07Published Date2020-01-22JournalReview of Keynesian Economics, 2020-01-22, Volume 8
Robert Rowthorn, in his Godley–Tobin Lecture, suggests that Keynesian policies have again been incorporated by the mainstream of the profession, and the old Phillips relation is again relevant. In other words, there seems to be a persistent trade-off between inflation, wage inflation in particular, and unemployment rates, properly measured, which would create the space for Keynesian policies. This paper discusses the return of Keynesian economics, in particular in Latin American economies. Wh…
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