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  • Photodetachment of O- 

    Zatsarinny, Oleg; Bartschat, Klaus (2007-05-31)
    Photodetachment of O- (2p5)2P° has been investigated with a new R-matrix (close-coupling) code [1] that uses a B-spline basis for the continuum functions. The completeness of the B-spline basis ensures that no Buttle ...
  • Powerful Outflows in Seyfert Galaxies : Wind- Vs. Jet-Driven Models 

    Kreimeyer, Kory; Bergot, Deanna; Leifeld, Julie; Mirocha, Jordan (2010-04-19)
    Seyfert galaxies are active galaxies characterized by luminous outflows from a central super massive black hole. The outflow mechanism has not been fully determined, but the two primary competing systems are a wind-driven ...
  • "Protection of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae from UV-C light" 

    Adams, Mehan; Kong, Kai Ling; Martis, Lydia; McManus, Karen; Pillischafske, Paige; Walleser, Nathan; Weisensel, Ashley; Voegele, Barbara; Zorich, Kristen; Mulville, Kali; Roby, Tiffany; Swafford, Eric; Uhlman, Doug; Walkup, Kristina; Sleister, Heidi (2006-06-07)
    Excessive exposure to sunlight can be harmful as the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays cause DNA damage. If this damage is not repaired in human cells, cancer and/or cell death can result. With the incidence of skin cancer growing ...
  • "Protective effect of Placenta Growth Factor (PIGF) against hypoxia-reoxgyenation and serum-deprivation induced apoptosis in neonatal rat cardiomyocytes" 

    Bohman, Kyle; Schweizer, Marin; Berendt, Bob; Torry, Ronald J.; Torry, Donald S. (2005-07-05)
    Placenta growth factor (PlGF) is known to induce angiogenesis and protect placental trophoblast from apoptosis. We have shown that PlGF mRNA expression is increased in hypoxic human myocardium and in rat neonatal ...
  • Protein-Protein Interactions in Drosophila Germ Cell Development 

    Dzogbeta, Seli; Fisher, Molly; Boyer, Michael (2009-06-24)
    During germ cell formation in Drosophila embryos, cells migrate from their site of origin to the site of organ formation. In particular, germ cells need to migrate long distances from their site of origin to the site where ...
  • Proteomic analysis of the membrane skeleton of Tetrahymena thermophila 

    Anderson, Paul C.; Wentland, Amy L.; Beussman, Douglas J.; Fulton, Ross B.; Murakami, Mark; Cole, Eric S.; Said, Heather; Zbornik, Erica; Witarsa, Freddy; Seidel, Jennifer; Honts, Jerry E. (2007-06-01)
    The membrane skeleton of the Tetrahymena is likely to determine many aspects of the cell surface structure of this ciliated protozoan. The availability of the genomic sequence of Tetrahymena thermophila has facilitated a ...
  • Pulse-Shape Effects On The Autler-Townes Doublet In Strong-Field Ionization Of Atomic Hydrogen 

    Emmons, John; Buczek, Sean (2014-04-17)
    A characteristic feature in strong-field multi-photon ionization processes is the so-called Autler-Townes Doublet [1] that occurs due to the transient splitting of atomic energy levels in the electric field of the laser ...
  • "Punishment for my Sins," "Diet Pepsi," or "Bad Gene:" Perceived Causes of Autoimmune Diseases 

    Dirth, Deidra; Meggison, Jordan; Pope, Elizabeth; Woodland, Heidi (2009-06-24)
    Autoimmune diseases are the fourth most common type of chronic illness yet the medical causes of the diseases remain largely unknown. Individuals who are diagnosed with autoimmune diseases often face many psychosocial ...
  • "The rat P300 ERP to signaled occurrence and omission of expected reinforcers following extended training" 

    Klipec, William D.; Schneider, Brooke; Brackney, Ryan J.; Stanley, Kacey; Schwabe, Jennifer; Young, Bryce (2005-06-23)
    A series of experiments in our laboratory have shown that rat P300 ERP amplitude is an incremental function of conditioned stimulus proximity to primary reinforcement in simple behavioral chains, suggesting that the P300 ...
  • Relational Learning Using Speed of Motion 

    Leiker, Emily; Carlson, Gwen (2010-05-10)
    Pigeons demonstrate robust relational learning after multiple-pair transposition training (Lazareva, Young, & Wasserman, 2005; Lazareva, Miner, Young, & Wasserman, 2008). These studies, however, employed the stimuli varying ...
  • Relationship Between Field Soccer Skills and Computer-Simulated Soccer Skills 

    VanLandegen, Sarah K.; Andresen, Jan-Michael; McVey, Quinn A.; Goranson, Kari E. (2010-05-10)
    The evolution of video games seems to have revolutionized the way many pursue entertainment, activities, and now, even fitness. With physically interactive games systems such as the Wii being taken by a storm it may lead ...
  • Searching for Bediasite Tektites in Texas 

    Mason, Morris H. (2009-06-24)
    Thirty-five million years ago a very large object collided with the earth in the Chesapeak Bay area of the United States east coast. During the collision, molten earthly material was created. It "splashed" up and rained ...
  • Selective epoxidation of olefines using dioxirane system 

    Rosebraugh, Matthew; Cole, Erin; Mirafzal, Gholam A. (2007-05-31)
    Oxidation of alkenes using 1,3-dichloromethyldioxirane produces good to excellent yield of epoxide products. The reaction system is facile, mild, efficient and safe. Our results involving epoxidation of various alkene ...
  • Self-concept, depression, and negative peer interactions: Exploring the social and psychological health of college students 

    Glick, Gary C. (2007-05-31)
    This exploratory self-report study examined the links between self-concept, psychological health, and negative peer interactions among college students. While a wealth of past research is devoted to examining such constructs ...
  • Shoe Material Effects on Foot Temperature During Treadmill Running 

    Poss, Erin M.; Austin, Brogan L.; Baumgardner, Gwendolyn J.; Budden, Nicholas M.; Campbell, Shauna-Kaye V.; Carlson, Samantha J.; Drake, Ty C.; Eckman, Guy M.; Lawrence, Kelly L.; Nelson, Holly M.; Barkley, Rachel M. (2011-04-19)
    Running shoes are made from a variety of materials such as leather or mesh. Material type and assembly likely impact on foot heat dynamics during running. The purpose of this study was to investigate how foot temperature ...
  • Simulating Belief Propagation Within a Population Via Agent Based Modeling Using NetLogo 

    McCray, Stephen (2011-04-19)
    An agent-based computer model was designed in NetLogo to study the communication of environmentally relevant scientific information in a heterogeneous society. The roles of uncertainty, expert interpretation, and intentional ...
  • Social Support, Psychosocial Needs, and Atributions of Individuals with Rheumatoid Arthritis : A Qualitative Analysis 

    Dirth, Deidra; Gallenberg, Adam; Samuel, Sheryl; Sanders, Makea; Scheule, Shannon (2010-05-10)
    Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most commonly diagnosed autoimmune diseases. The causes of this disease remain largely unknown, and individuals with this chronic illness face many psychological, social, and emotional ...
  • Sock Material And Warm-Up Effects On Foot Temperature During Treadmill Runing 

    Patel, Tej M.; Oestreich, Nicholas J.; Post, Mitchell L.; Ross, Brandon J.; Schmidt, Alyssa C.; Shelton, Brent T.; Smith, Julie E.; Stinson, Travis L.; Van Roekel, Nickolas; Barkley, Rachel M. (2011-04-19)
    Manufacturers market a variety of athletic socks to runners with varying claims of comfort and ergogenic properties. This study (approved by Drake IRB ID 2009-10088) investigated how foot temperature during running was ...
  • Solubility of carbamazepine in aqueous solutions of sodium dodecyl sulfate 

    Davis, Andrew; Chrzaszcz, Dorothy; Bohorquez, Maria; Pandit, Nivedita K. (2007-05-29)
    Carbamazepine (CZ) is a hydrophobic antiepileptic drug with a very low water solubility. It is important to identify means of improving the solubility of such drugs for better formulation and absorption. One approach to ...
  • The Solubilization mechanism of benzyl esters in sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) micelles 

    Grill, Alex; Neuharth, Scott; Dang, Ngoc; Bulochnik, Alex; Hoang, Tram B.; Odorzynski, Melissa; Mirafzal, Gholam A.; Almoazen, Hassan (2007-06-01)
    Micelles are aggregates of surfactant molecules used to increase the solubility and bioavailability of poorly soluble pharmaceutical compounds. Past studies have suggested that a micelle is an oil droplet surrounded by a ...