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  • Almquist,Zack W.; Bagozzi,Benjamin E. (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 11/29/16)
    Radical environmental groups and their members have a wide and varied agenda which often encompasses both local and global issues. In their efforts to call attention to environmental problems, communicate with like-minded ...
  • Lan,Xi; Hsieh,John C. F.; Schmidt,Carl J.; Zhu,Qing; Lamont,Susan J. (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, 2016-22-11)
    Background: High ambient temperatures cause stress in poultry, especially for broiler lines, which are genetically selected for rapid muscle growth. RNA-seq technology provides powerful insights into environmental response ...
  • Li,Fenghua; Zheng,Yi; Smith,Stephanie D.; Shic,Frederick; Moore,Christina C.; Zheng,Xixi; Qi,Yanjie; Liu,Zhengkui; Leckman,James F. (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, 7/8/05)
    Objective: At present, there are no well-validated biomarkers for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The present study used an infrared motion tracking system to monitor and record the movement intensity of ...
  • Modarai,Shirin R.; Opdenaker,Lynn M.; Viswanathan,Vignesh; Fields,Jeremy Z.; Boman,Bruce M. (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, 7/8/05)
    Background: Neuroendocrine cells (NECs) reside adjacent to colonic stem cells (SCs) in the crypt stem cell (SC) niche, but how NECs are involved in regulation of SCs is unclear. We investigated NECs expressing somatostatin ...
  • Park,Dae Sung; Joseph,Kristeen E.; Koehle,Maura; Krumm,Christoph; Ren,Limin; Damen,Jonathan N.; Shete,Meera H.; Lee,Han Seung; Zuo,Xiaobing; Lee,Byeongdu; Fan,Wei; Vlachos,Dionisios G.; Lobo,Raul F.; Tsapatsis,Michael; Dauenhauer,Paul J (AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 10/19/16)
    An important advance in fluid surface control was the amphiphilic surfactant composed of coupled molecular structures (i.e., hydrophilic and hydrophobic) to reduce surface tension between two distinct fluid phases. However, ...

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