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… particle random phase approximation. We identified surface features in the spectra tracing them back to the responsible electronic states and, studied their localization in the slab. A comparison with available experimental data for the band structure and the RAS shows a good agreement. Comment: 10 pages, 10 figure…

… downward heat flux maxima is found at ζ ≈ 0. 01, but it is not found to be a good threshold for the transition regime. This could be caused by the lack of observations at higher levels. We found that the Coriolis force had an insignificant…

… observations indicate the spatial multi-mode structure of the squeezed vacuum field. We have developed a theoretical model that describes the generation of higher-order Laguerre-Gauss modes as a result of PSR light-atom interaction. The prediction of this model are in a good qualitative agreement with the experimental measurements…

… metatarsus results from a localized impairment of bone calcification (i. e., a malformation or variation) rather than from general growth retardation and that ossification of hindlimb (medial and proximal) phalanges is a good indicator of treatment-induced fetal growth retardation…

… higher level seen in the other groups and there was a good agreement between electronic and visual determinations. In samples with a high rosette frequency, the cell counter initially gave 10 – 30 % lower values than when recorded…

… of G. bulloides, making it a good candidate for investigating the potential for bacterial symbiosis as a contributory factor influencing shell calcification. Such information is essential to evaluate fully the potential response of G.

Stoner–Wohlfarth model, including unidirectional anisotropy. A good agreement was found between measured and calculated domain wall orientations. To explain the presence of the unidirectional anisotropy, we propose the possibility of formation of an interfacial structure that can give rise to an exchange bias effect, which has been previously seen from other studies…

… latter institution. The results recorded for patients in institution 1 indicated that the AUC increased proportionately with increasing doses. There was a good correlation between the maximal plasma concentration and the AUC, enabling future monitoring of drug exposure from one timed blood sample. Urinary excretion of carzelesin was below 1 % of the delivered dos…

… such as iodine, keeping a reasonable x-ray dose delivered to the phantom. A good agreement was obtained between analytical calculations, simulations and measurements. The beam harmonic content was taken into account in the simulations. It…

We investigated the origin and the effect of insertion D 67 D-THGERDLGPA within HIV- 1 RT from a patient failing antiviral therapy. The insertion developed within the context of pre-existing NRTI and NNRTI mutations (M 41 L, L 210 W, T 215 Y and N 348 I). Concurrently, the NRTI mutations T 69 I and V 118 I and the NNRTI mutations K 103 N and Y 181 C were detected for the first time. High-level drug resistance (fold-changes>/= 50) and a good replication capacity (87 % of wild-type) were observed, significantly higher than for the previous virus without insertion. The insertion was very similar to a region within human chromosome 17 (31 / 34 nucleotide identity), and had already been detected independently in a Japanese HIV- 1 isolate. These results suggest that a particular sequence within human chromosome 17 is prone to horizontal gene transfer into the HIV- 1 RT finger subdomain. This insertion confers selective advantage to HIV- 1 by its contribution to multi-drug resistance and restoration of impaired replication capacity. Peer reviewe…

We investigated the nursery role of four coastal ecosystems for the California halibut (Paralichthys californicus) using the following metrics: (1) contribution in producing the fish that advance to older age classes, (2) connectivity of coastal systems resulting from migration of fish from juvenile to subadult habitats, and (3) effect of nursery habitat usage and availability on subadult population size, specifically evaluating the concentration hypothesis. Potential nurseries were grouped using a robust classification scheme that segregated exposed, bay, lagoon, and estuarine environments. Assignment of nursery origins for individual subadult fish via elemental fingerprinting indicated that exposed coasts, bays, lagoons, and estuaries contributed 31 %, 65 %, 1 %, and 3 % of advancing juvenile halibut during 2003, versus 49 %, 33 %, 16 %, and 2 % during 2004, respectively. These results were remarkably similar to ‘‘expected’ ’ nursery contributions derived from field surveys, suggesting that in this system juvenile distributions were a good indicator of unit-area productivity of juvenile habitats and that densitydependent mechanisms during the juvenile phase did not regulate recruitment pulses. Elemental fingerprinting also demonstrated that individuals egressing from bays did not migrate far from their nursery origins (, 10 km), resulting in reduced connectivity along the 110 -km study region over the timescale of approximately one generation. Consequently, we observed considerably higher subadult densities at sites near large bays, whil…

We investigated the laser–material interaction during the production of laser-induced subsurface modifications in silicon with a numerical model. Such modifications are of interest for subsurface wafer dicing. To predict the shape of these modifications, a two-temperature model and an optical model were combined. We compared the model results with experimental data obtained by focusing laser pulses in the bulk of silicon wafers using a microscope objective. This comparison revealed a good agreement between the simulations and the experimental results. A parameter study was performed to investigate the effect of the laser wavelength, pulse duration and pulse energy on the formation of subsurface modifications. We found that both single- and multi-photon absorption may be used to produce subsurface modifications in silico…

We investigated the intrinsic dissipation and scattering properties of the lithosphere under the Friuli region (northeastern Italy) using two hypotheses: (i) a uniform earth model and (ii) wo ‘reasonable’ non-uniform, layered crustal models. For case (i) we measured the coda Q, and used the multiple-lapse time window analysis (MLTWA) technique to obtain separate estimates of intrinsic absorption and scattering attenuation. Results for the uniform earth model show that the lithosphere in northeastern Italy is characterized by a low-scattering attenuation (small scattering Q-inverse, Q 1 s), and by a relatively high intrinsic attenuation (high intrinsic Q-inverse, Q 1 i). A comparison between the investigated region and other areas around the world shows that both Q 1 i and Q 1 s for the Friuli region are among the lowest values ever measured, with the exception of the southern Apennines, which has the lowest measured Q 1 s. For case (ii), numerical simulation of the energy envelopes was performed using two-layered earth models, where the values of the intrinsic and scattering attenuation coefficients are both within ‘reasonable ranges’ when compared with the geological information. The theoretical envelopes calculated for the homogeneous model give a good fit to the synthetic envelopes calculated for the layered models; the best fit is obtained for scattering attenuation coefficients of the uniform model always greater than those of the layered model. The main result is consequently that scattering Q 1 s…

… tuberculosis and M. bovis showed a good adhesive capability to the enteric cell line with the expression of the following cytokines: IL- 1 A and IL- 1 B, TNF−α, G-CSF and GM-CSF; M. bovis induced the expression of IL- 6 too. The experiment…

… is a function of the inter-farm distance (spatial kernel). Therefore, the density of farms in an area is a good indicator for the probability of a major outbreak. In the epidemiological nomenclature, such density corresponds to a local…

… the intensity was observed beyond 300 nm awayfrom the edge, which indicated a good working edge passivation. Due to the low lateral p-GaN conductivity, the lPL intensity was enhanced at isolated areas…

… included: the aneuploigenic chemical colcemid (COLC), the DNA repair inhibitor caffeine (CAFF), and the crosslinking inducer methylglyoxal (MTGL). Bleomycin (BLM) was used as positive control. The SCG test showed a good reproducibility between…

… bulk density, degree of compactness and penetration resistance, with the largest effect on the silty soil at Løken and the smallest on the sandy soil at Tjøtta. Prediction of soil compaction by using the Terranimo® model gave a good picture…

… coincided with the maximum chl a concentration and production of C. agulhensis eggs (daily egg production x female density), both of which are a good source of food for fish larvae. Thus the timing of sardine spawning maximizes the food available to their larvae…

… developed and the results are compared with simulations. The results reveal a good match between the theoretical approximation and the simulations. This, in turn, indicates that micro cell outage is mainly caused by a single macro cell mobile within a certain area around the micr […] …

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