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  • Gupta,Samir; Ross,Karen E.; Tudor,Catalina O.; Wu,Cathy H.; Schmidt,Carl J.; Vijay-Shanker,K. (Biomed Central Ltd, 4/29/16)
    Background: MicroRNAs are increasingly being appreciated as critical players in human diseases, and questions concerning the role of microRNAs arise in many areas of biomedical research. There are several manually curated ...
  • Cooke,Gillian E.; Wetter,Nathan C.; Banducci,Sarah E.; Mackenzie,Michael J.; Zuniga,Krystle E.; Awick,Elizabeth A.; Roberts,Sarah A.; Sutton,Brad P.; McAuley,Edward; Kramer,Arthur F. (Public Library Science, 2/25/16)
    Increased survival rates among breast cancer patients have drawn significant attention to consequences of both the presence of cancer, and the subsequent treatment-related impact on the brain. The incidence of breast cancer ...
  • Logan,J. A.; Patel,S. J.; Harrington,S. D.; Polley,C. M.; Schultz,B. D.; Balasubramanian,T.; Janotti,A.; Mikkelsen,A.; Palmstrom,C. J. (Nature Publishing Group, 7/27/16)
    The discovery of topological insulators, materials with bulk band gaps and protected cross-gap surface states in compounds such as Bi2Se3, has generated much interest in identifying topological surface states (TSSs) in ...
  • Xue,Zuo; He,Ruoying; Fennel,Katja; Cai,Wei-Jun; Lohrenz,Steven; Huang,Wei-Jen; Tian,Hanqin; Ren,Wei; Zang,Zhengchen (Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 8/8/16)
    A three-dimensional coupled physicalbiogeochemical model was used to simulate and examine temporal and spatial variability of sea surface pCO(2) in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM). The model was driven by realistic atmospheric ...
  • Rogers,Leeland L.; Friedman,Kyle G.; Vickery,Timothy J. (Frontiers Media SA, 11/2/16)
    Humans are capable of detecting and exploiting a variety of environmental regularities, including stimulus stimulus contingencies (e.g., visual statistical learning) and stimulus reward contingencies. However, the relationship ...
  • Fok,Pak-Wing (Public Library Science, 7/16/16)
    When blood vessels undergo remodeling because of the buildup of atherosclerotic plaque, it is thought that they first undergo compensatory or outward remodeling, followed by inward remodeling: the lumen area stays roughly ...
  • Wang,Qinghua; Abdul,Shabbir S.; Almeida,Lara; Ananiadou,Sophia; Balderas-Martinez,Yalbi I.; Batista-Navarro,Riza; Campos,David; Chilton,Lucy; Chou,Hui-Jou; Contreras,Gabriela; Cooper,Laurel; Dai,Hong-Jie; Ferrell,Barbra; Fluck,Juliane; Gama-Castro,Socorro; George,Nancy; Gkoutos,Georgios; Irin,Afroza K.; Jensen,Lars J.; Jimenez,Silvia; Jue,Toni R.; Keseler,Ingrid; Madan,Sumit; Matos,Sergio; McQuilton,Peter; Milacic,Marija; Mort,Matthew; Natarajan,Jeyakumar; Pafilis,Evangelos; Pereira,Emiliano; Rao,Shruti; Rinaldi,Fabio; Rothfels,Karen; Salgado,David; Silva,Raquel M.; Singh,Onkar; Stefancsik,Raymund; Su,Chu-Hsien; Subramani,Suresh; Tadepally,Hamsa D.; Tsaprouni,Loukia; Vasilevsky,Nicole; Wang,Xiaodong; Chatr-Aryamontri,Andrew; Laulederkind,Stanley J. F.; Matis-Mitchell,Sherri; McEntyre,Johanna; Orchard,Sandra; Pundir,Sangya; Rodriguez-Esteban,Raul; Van Auken,Kimberly; Lu,Zhiyong; Schaeffer,Mary; Wu,Cathy H.; Hirschman,Lynette; Arighi,Cecilia N. (Oxford University Press, 9/1/16)
    Fully automated text mining (TM) systems promote efficient literature searching, retrieval, and review but are not sufficient to produce ready-to-consume curated documents. These systems are not meant to replace biocurators, ...
  • Battelle,Barbara-Anne; Ryan,Joseph F.; Kempler,Karen E.; Saraf,Spencer R.; Marten,Catherine E.; Warren,Wesley C.; Minx,Patrick J.; Montague,Michael J.; Green,Pamela J.; Schmidt,Skye A.; Fulton,Lucinda; Patel,Nipam H.; Protas,Meredith E.; Wilson,Richard K.; Porter,Megan L. (Oxford University Press, 4/29/16)
    Horseshoe crabs are xiphosuran chelicerates, the sister group to arachnids. As such, they are important for understanding the most recent common ancestor of Euchelicerata and the evolution and diversification of Arthropoda. ...
  • Chopyk,Jessica; Moore,Ryan M.; DiSpirito,Zachary; Stromberg,Zachary R.; Lewis,Gentry L.; Renter,David G.; Cernicchiaro,Natalia; Moxley,Rodney A.; Wommack,K. Eric (Biomed Central Ltd, 3/22/16)
    Background: Since 1982, specific serotypes of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) have been recognized as significant foodborne pathogens acquired from contaminated beef and, more recently, other food products. ...
  • Van Goor,Angelica; Ashwell,Christopher M.; Persia,Michael E.; Rothschild,Max F.; Schmidt,Carl J.; Lamont,Susan J. (Biomed Central Ltd, 4/14/16)
    Background: Heat stress in poultry results in considerable economic losses and is a concern for both animal health and welfare. Physiological changes occur during periods of heat stress, including changes in blood chemistry ...
  • Hawkins,Thomas D.; Hagemeyer,Julia C. G.; Hoadley,Kenneth D.; Marsh,Adam G.; Warner,Mark E. (Frontiers Media SA, 4/18/16)
    Cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbioses are ecologically important and the subject of much investigation. However, our understanding of critical aspects of symbiosis physiology, such as the partitioning of total respiration ...
  • Padhi,Abinash; Parcells,Mark S. (Public Library Science, 9/23/16)
    Marek's disease (MD), caused by Marek's disease virus (MDV), a poultry-borne alphaher-pesvirus, is a Developmentastating disease of poultry causing an estimated annual loss of one billion dollars to poultry producers, ...
  • Abasht,Behnam; Mutryn,Marie F.; Michalek,Ryan D.; Lee,William R. (Public Library Science, 4/20/16)
    This study was conducted to characterize metabolic features of the breast muscle (pectoralis major) in chickens affected with the Wooden Breast myopathy. Live birds from two purebred chicken lines and one crossbred commercial ...
  • Cimino,Megan A.; Lynch,Heather J.; Saba,Vincent S.; Oliver,Matthew J. (Nature Publishing Group, 6/29/16)
    The contribution of climate change to shifts in a species' geographic distribution is a critical and often unresolved ecological question. Climate change in Antarctica is asymmetric, with cooling in parts of the continent ...
  • Faure,Alexandre; Jankowski,Piotr; Stoecklin,Thierry; Szalewicz,Krzysztof (Nature Publishing Group, 6/23/16)
    Scattering of H-2 on CO is of great importance in astrophysics and also is a benchmark system for comparing theory to experiment. We present here a new 6-dimensional potential energy surface for the ground electronic state ...
  • Song,Xuelian; Bai,Yan; Cai,Wei-Jun; Chen,Chen-Tung Arthur; Pan,Delu; He,Xianqiang; Zhu,Qiankun (MDPI Ag, 6/30/16)
    The Bering Sea, one of the largest and most productive marginal seas, is a crucial carbon sink for the marine carbonate system. However, restricted by the tough observation conditions, few underway datasets of sea surface ...
  • Tomar,Dhanendra; Dong,Zhiwei; Shanmughapriya,Santhanam; Koch,Diana A.; Thomas,Toby; Hoffman,Nicholas E.; Timbalia,Shrishiv A.; Goldman,Samuel J.; Breves,Sarah L.; Corbally,Daniel P.; Nemani,Neeharika; Fairweather,Joseph P.; Cutri,Allison R.; Zhang,Xueqian; Song,Jianliang; Jana,Fabian; Huang,Jianhe; Barrero,Carlos; Rabinowitz,Joseph E.; Luongo,Timothy S.; Schumacher,Sarah M.; Rockman,Michael E.; Dietrich,Alexander; Merali,Salim; Caplan,Jeffrey; Stathopulos,Peter; Ahima,Rexford S.; Cheung,Joseph Y.; Houser,Steven R.; Koch,Walter J.; Patel,Vickas; Gohil,Vishal M.; Elrod,John W.; Rajan,Sudarsan; Madesh,Muniswamy (Cell Press, 5/24/16)
    Mitochondrial Ca2+ Uniporter (MCU)-dependent mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake is the primary mechanism for increasing matrix Ca2+ in most cell types. However, a limited understanding of the MCU complex assembly impedes the ...
  • Cai,Wei-Jun; Ma,Yuening; Hopkinson,Brian M.; Grottoli,Andrea G.; Warner,Mark E.; Ding,Qian; Hu,Xinping; Yuan,Xiangchen; Schoepf,Verena; Xu,Hui; Han,Chenhua; Melman,Todd F.; Hoadley,Kenneth D.; Pettay,D. Tye; Matsui,Yohei; Baumann,Justin H.; Levas,Stephen; Ying,Ye; Wang,Yongchen (Nature Publishing Group, 4/4/16)
    Reliably predicting how coral calcification may respond to ocean acidification and warming depends on our understanding of coral calcification mechanisms. However, the concentration and speciation of dissolved inorganic ...
  • Dore,Sabina; Fry,Danny L.; Collins,Brandon M.; Vargas,Rodrigo; York,Robert A.; Stephens,Scott L. (Public Library Science, 2/26/16)
    Forest ecosystems can act as sinks of carbon and thus mitigate anthropogenic carbon emissions. When forests are actively managed, treatments can alter forests carbon dynamics, reducing their sink strength and switching ...
  • Ladin,Zachary S.; D'Amico,Vincent; Baetens,Jan M.; Roth,Roland R.; Shriver,W. Gregory (Wiley-Blackwell, 8/18/16)
    Temporal changes in the relative abundances of host-parasite populations can influence the magnitude of the effects of corresponding interspecific interactions. When parasite populations are at relatively low abundance, ...

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