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ID32429845Published Date2020-05-19JournalBMC microbiology, 2020-05-19, Volume 20
Bacillus cereus is a bacterial species which grows efficiently on a wide range of carbon sources and accumulates biopolymer poly-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) up to 80% cell dry weight. PHB is an aliphatic polymer produced and stored intracellularly as a reservoir of carbon and energy, its mobilization is a key biological process for sporulation in Bacillus spp. Previously, B. cereus tsu1 was isolated and cultured on rapeseed cake substrate (RCS), with maximum of PHB accumulation reached within 12 h,…
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ID32429413Published Date2020-05-16JournalMicroorganisms, 2020-05-16, Volume 8
As the earliest form of life, microorganisms have elaborate. [...].
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IDDOI:10.1177/0095399720915293Published Date2020-05-08JournalAdministration & Society, 2020-05-08
Since 1978, the government has been implementing programs to combat the underrepresentation of minorities in federal employment. However, representative bureaucracy literature has done little to examine the impact these initiatives are having on the workplace. This article examines the relationship between changes in representation and discrimination complaints. Increases in the ratio of minority and female employees predict an increase in the rates of race and sex-discrimination complaints, …
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ID32442727Published Date2020-05-04JournalResearch in veterinary science, 2020-05-04, Volume 131
Pigs are a major food source worldwide as well as major biomedical models for human physiology and therapeutics. A thorough understanding of porcine immunity is essential to prevent and treat infectious diseases, and develop effective vaccines and therapeutics. The use of pigs as biomedical models is dependent on the growing molecular and immune toolbox. This paper summarizes current knowledge of swine cytokines, chemokines and growth factors, identifying 289 pig proteins, characterizing know…
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ID32201193Published Date2020-05-01JournalBioorganic & medicinal chemistry, 2020-05-01, Volume 28
Eleven novel acridone derivatives were synthesized and evaluated for their anticancer activity against 60 human cancer cell lines. Five compounds 8b, 8d, 8g, 8h, and 8k displayed very good in vitro antiproliferative activities well over 95% of the panels. The most active compound is 8k (5, 7-dibromo-3-phenyl-3,4-dihydroacridin-1 (2H)-one). In addition, 8k was the most sensitive agent in all 9 panels starting with prostate (0.075 µm), leukemia (0.116 µm), non-small cell lung cancer (0.164 µm),…
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SPRING 2020 NEWSLETTER In This Issue: COVID-19 Research TSU Early Head Start Programs Updates LaunchTN Workshop  2019 Research Award Highlights RSP Reminders COVID-19 Related Funding Opportunities The mission of the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs is to lead, support, conduct, and promote scholarly research and other sponsored projects at Tennessee State University. We accomplish our mission by establishing multi-disciplinary teams consisting of faculty, staff, and students …
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ID32348203Published Date2020-04-29JournalJournal of wildlife diseases, 2020-04-29
The fungal pathogen , the causative agent of snake fungal disease, has been implicated in declines of North American snake populations since 2006 and the geographic range of this pathogen is still not fully known. In Tennessee, has been detected since 2012, but large portions of the state have not been surveyed for this pathogen. Our primary objective was to monitor the prevalence of in the Interior Plateau ecoregion of Tennessee by swabbing all snakes that were encountered during road cruisi…
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IDDOI:10.21203/rs.2.15633/v3Published Date2020-04-29
Abstract Background Bacillus cereus is a bacterial species which grows efficiently on a wide range of carbon sources and accumulates biopolymer poly-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) up to 80% cell dry weight. PHB is an aliphatic polymer produced and stored intracellularly as a reservoir of carbon and energy, its mobilization is a key biological process for sporulation in Bacillus spp. Previously, a B. cereus tsu1 was isolated and cultured on rapeseed cake substrate (RCS), with maximum of PHB accumulatio…
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IDDOI:10.1163/15685381-bja10008Published Date2020-04-24JournalAmphibia-Reptilia, 2020-04-24
Abstract In spite of the fully-hinged shell being the defining characteristic of box turtles, few studies have quantified the behavioural use of the shell in response to predator encounters. While it is often assumed that box turtles simply withdraw into their shell in response to threats, we expected variability among individuals in shell usage and in the degree of head and limb retraction because withdrawal is likely to be costly. We tested the behavioural and physiological responses of fre…
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Award Number2000283Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-04-15Expiration Date2023-03-31Funding Amount$406,329
This study will investigate how and why hurricane structures, tracks, forward speed, and landfall features control the generation and propagation of storm surges in a coastal setting. Surge level simulations using coupled circulation (ADvanced CIRCulation, ADCIRC) and wave (SimulatingWAves Nearshore, SWAN) models will be carried out using two recent hurricanes (Harvey and Irma) as test cases. The simulations will include forcing using observed and analytical wind models, and multiple runs wit…
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