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    Unusual nitro-coordination of Eu(III) and Tb(III) with pyridinyl ligands 

    de Bettencourt-Dias, Ana; Bauer, Sebastian; Viswanathan, Subha; Maull, Brandi C.; Ako, Ayuk M. (2012)
    A new ligand family based on picoline, bipyridine and terpyridine containing a nitro moiety has been synthesized and its coordination and sensitization ability for lanthanide ions has been studied. Three new complexes were ...
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    UPF2-Dependent Nonsense-Mediated mRNA Decay Pathway Is Essential for Spermatogenesis by Selectively Eliminating Longer 3 ' UTR Transcripts 

    Bao, Jianqiang; Vitting-Seerup, Kristoffer; Waage, Johannes; Tang, Chong; Ge, Ying; Porse, Bo T.; Yan, Wei (2016)
    During transcription, most eukaryotic genes generate multiple alternative cleavage and polyadenylation (APA) sites, leading to the production of transcript isoforms with variable lengths in the 3' untranslated region (3' ...
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    Upgrade of repetitive fast-heating fusion driver HAMA to implode a shell target by using diode pumped solid state laser 

    Mori, Yoshitaka; Sekine, Takashi; Komeda, Osamu; Nishimura, Yasuhiko; Sunahara, Atsushi; Miura, Eisuke; Nakayama, Suisei; Hanayama, Ryohei; Ishii, Katsuhiro; Sato, Nakahiro; Kurita, Takashi; Kawashima, Toshiyuki; Kan, Hirofumi; Nakamura, Naoki; Kondo, Takuya; Fujine, Manabu; Azuma, Hirozumi; Hioki, Tatsumi; Kakeno, Mitsutaka; Kajino, Tsutomu; Motohiro, Tomoyoshi; Sentoku, Yasuhiko; Kitagawa, Yoneyoshi (2016)
    The HAMA is 1-Hz fast heating fusion driver pumped by a 10 J second-harmonic of diode-pumped Nd:glass laser: KURE-1. We have upgraded HAMA to realize an implosion of spherical shell target by using a remaining fundamental ...
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    Uplift of the central transantarctic mountains 

    Wannamaker, Phil; Hill, Graham; Stodt, John; Maris, Virginie; Ogawa, Yasuo; Selway, Kate; Boren, Goran; Bertrand, Edward; Uhlmann, Daniel; Ayling, Bridget; Green, A. Marie; Feucht, Daniel (2017)
    The Transantarctic Mountains (TAM) are the world's longest rift shoulder but the source of their high elevation is enigmatic. To discriminate the importance of mechanical vs. thermal sources of support, a 550 km-long ...
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    Uplift of the central transantarctic mountains (vol 8, 2017) 

    Wannamaker, Phil; Hill, Graham; Stodt, John; Maris, Virginie; Ogawa, Yasuo; Selway, Kate; Boren, Goran; Bertrand, Edward; Uhlmann, Daniel; Ayling, Bridget; Green, A. Marie; Feucht, Daniel (2018)
    The Transantarctic Mountains (TAM) are the world’s longest rift shoulder but the source of their high elevation is enigmatic. To discriminate the importance of mechanical vs. thermal sources of support, a 550 km-long ...
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    Upregulation of autophagy by Ginsenoside Rg2 in MCF-7 cells 

    Chung, Yuheon; Jeong, Seula; Choi, Hyun Seok; Ro, Seungil; Lee, Jung Sup; Park, Jong Kun (2018)
    Autophagy is a major intracellular degradation process that plays an important role in cell survival, stress responses, nutrient sensing and development. Our previous studies have shown that Rg2, a triterpenoid saponin ...
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    Uranyl Sensitization of Samarium(III) Luminescence in a Two-Dimensional Coordination Polymer 

    Knope, Karah E.; de Lill, Daniel T.; Rowland, Clare E.; Cantos, Paula M.; de Bettencourt-Dias, Ana; Cahill, Christopher L. (2012)
    Heterometallic carboxyphosphonates UO22+/Ln3+ were prepd. from the hydrothermal reaction of uranyl nitrate, lanthanide nitrate (Ln = Sm, Tb, Er, Yb), and phosphonoacetic acid (H3PPA). Compd. 1, (UO2)2(PPA)(HPPA)2Sm(H2O)�2O ...
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    Urinary Clusterin Is Upregulated in Nephropathia Epidemica 

    Martynova, Ekaterina V.; Maksudova, Adelya N.; Shakirova, Venera G.; Abdulkhakov, Sayar R.; Khaertynova, Ilsiyar M.; Anokhin, Vladimir A.; Ivanova, Vilena V.; Abiola, Ilesanmi M.; Garanina, Ekaterina E.; Tazetdinova, Leisan G.; Valiullina, Aigul H.; Khaiboullina, Svetlana F. (2018)
    Kidney insufficiency is a hallmark of nephropathia epidemica (NE). Little is known about the mechanisms of the NE kidney pathology, with current knowledge mainly based on findings in postmortem tissue. We have analyzed ...
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    Usage of electronic journals and their effect on interlibrary loan 

    Yue, Paoshan W.; Syring, Millie L. (Taylor & FrancisElsevier (former publisher), 2004)
    As libraries increase their electronic journal collections, would dependence on interlibrary loan decrease? This paper reports a case study at the University of Nevada, Reno, University Libraries (UNR) focusing on the usage ...
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    Use of a Global Model to Understand Speciated Atmospheric Mercury Observations at Five High-Elevation Sites 

    Weiss-Penzias, P.; Amos, H. M.; Selin, N. E.; Gustin, M. S.; Jaffe, D. A.; Obrist, D.; Sheu, G.-R.; Giang, A. (2/2/2015)
    Atmospheric mercury (Hg) measurements using the Tekran® analytical system from five high-elevation sites (1400-00 m elevation), one in Asia and four in the western US, were compiled over multiple seasons and years, and ...
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    Use of criteria pollutants, active and passive mercury sampling, and receptor modeling to understand the chemical forms of gaseous oxidized mercury in Florida 

    Huang, J.; Miller, M. B.; Edgerton, E.; Gustin, M. S. (4/22/2015)
    The highest mercury (Hg) wet deposition in the United States (US) occurs along the Gulf of Mexico, and in the southern and central Mississippi River Valley. Gaseous oxidized Hg (GOM) is thought to be a major contributor ...
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    Use of Distributed Temperature Sensing Technology to Characterize Fire Behavior 

    Cram, Douglas; Hatch, Christine E.; Tyler, Scott; Ochoa, Carlos (2016)
    We evaluated the potential of a fiber optic cable connected to distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology to withstand wildland fire conditions and quantify fire behavior parameters. We used a custom-made 'fire cable' ...
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    Use of Distributed Temperature Sensing Technology to Characterize Fire Behavior 

    Cram, Douglas; Hatch, Christine E.; Tyler, Scott; Ochoa, Carlos (10/17/2016)
    We evaluated the potential of a fiber optic cable connected to distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology to withstand wildland fire conditions and quantify fire behavior parameters. We used a custom-made ‘fire cable’ ...
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    Use of Genetically Encoded Calcium Indicators (GECIs) Combined with Advanced Motion Tracking Techniques to Examine the Behavior of Neurons and Glia in the Enteric Nervous System of the Intact Murine Colon 

    Hennig, Grant W.; Gould, Thomas W.; Koh, Sang Don; Corrigan, Robert D.; Heredia, Dante J.; Shonnard, Matthew C.; Smith, Terence K. (2015)
    Genetically encoded Ca2+ indicators (GEC's) have been used extensively in many body systems to detect Ca2+ transients associated with neuronal activity. Their adoption in enteric neurobiology has been slower, although they ...
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    Use of multispectral satellite remote sensing to assess mixing of suspended sediment downstream of large river confluences 

    Muhammad, Umar; Rhoads, Bruce; Greenberg, Jonathan A. (2018)
    Although past work has noted that contrasts in turbidity often are detectable on remotely sensed images of rivers downstream from confluences, no systematic methodology has been developed for assessing mixing over distance ...
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    Use Of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavements (RAP) In Airfields HMA Pavements 

    Hajj, Elie Y.; Sebaaly, Peter E.; Kandiah, Pratheepan (2008)
    This report documents the results and findings of the AAPTP Project No. 05-06: Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavements (RAP) in Airfields HMA Pavements. The report includes a review of current technology in RAP pavements and ...
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    Use of Saliva Biomarkers to Monitor Efficacy of Vitamin C in Exercise-Induced Oxidative Stress 

    Evans, Levi W.; Omaye, Stanley T. (Antioxidants, 2017)
    Saliva is easily obtainable for medical research and requires little effort or training for collection. Because saliva contains a variety of biological compounds, including vitamin C, malondialdehyde, amylase, and proteomes, ...
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    Using 3D printed eggs to examine the egg-rejection behaviour of wild birds 

    Igic, Branislav; Nunez, Valerie; Voss, Henning U.; Croston, Rebecca; Aidala, Zachary; López, Analía V.; Tatenhove, Aimee Van; Holford, Mandë E.; Shawkey, Matthew D.; Hauber, Mark E. (5/26/2015)
    The coevolutionary relationships between brood parasites and their hosts are often studied by examining the egg rejection behaviour of host species using artificial eggs. However, the traditional methods for producing ...
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    Using 3D printed eggs to examine the egg-rejection behaviour of wild birds 

    Igic, Branislav; Nunez, Valerie; Voss, Henning U.; Croston, Rebecca; Aidala, Zachary; Lopez, Analia V.; Van Tatenhove, Aimee; Holford, Mande E.; Shawkey, Matthew D.; Hauber, Mark E. (2015)
    The coevolutionary relationships between brood parasites and their hosts are often studied by examining the egg rejection behaviour of host species using artificial eggs. However, the traditional methods for producing ...
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    Using a hybrid neuron in physiologically inspired models of the basal ganglia 

    Thibeault, Corey Michael; Srinivasa, Narayan (2013)
    Our current understanding of the basal ganglia has facilitated the creation of computational models that have contributed novel theories, explored new functional anatomy and demonstrated results complementing physiological ...