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Browsing Faculty Publications (BioMed Central & Faculty of Science) by Title

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  • Akhmetshin, R.R.; Amirkhanov, A.N.; Anisenkov, A.V.; Aulchenko, V.M.; Banzarov, V.Sh.; Bashtovoy, N.S.; Berkaev, D.E.; Bondar, A.E.; Bragin, A.V.; Eidelman, S.I.; Epifanov, D.A.; Epshteyn, L.B.; Erofeev, A.L.; Fedotovich, G.V.; Gayazov, S.E.; Grebenuk, A.A.; Gribanov, S.S.; Grigoriev, D.N.; Ignatov, F.V.; Ivanov, V.L.; Karpov, S.V.; Kazanin, V.F.; Koop, I.A.; Kirpotin, A.N.; Korobov, A.A.; Kozyrev, A.N.; Kozyrev, E.A.; Krokovny, P.P.; Kuzmenko, A.E.; Kuzmin, A.S.; Logashenko, I.B.; Lukin, P.A.; Mikhailov, K.Yu.; Okhapkin, V.S.; Otboev, A.V.; Pestov, Yu.N.; Popov, A.S.; Razuvaev, G.P.; Ruban, A.A.; Ryskulov, N.M.; Ryzhenenkov, A.E.; Senchenko, A.I.; Shatunov, Yu.M.; Shatunov, P.Yu.; Shebalin, V.E.; Shemyakin, D.N.; Shwartz, B.A.; Shwartz, D.B.; Sibidanov, A.L.; Solodov, E.P.; Talyshev, A.A.; Titov, V.M.; Tolmachev, S.S.; Vorobiov, A.I.; Zemlyansky, I.M.; Yudin, Yu.V. (Physics Letters B, 2019)
    A study of hadron production at the nucleon-antinucleon threshold has been performed with the CMD-3 detector at the VEPP-2000 e+e−collider. The very fast rise with about 1 MeV width has been observed in the e+e−→p¯p cross ...
  • Ahmadi, M.; Olin, Art; et al. (Nature, 2017)
    The spectrum of the hydrogen atom has played a central part in fundamental physics over the past 200 years. Historical examples of its importance include the wavelength measurements of absorption lines in the solar spectrum ...
  • Aad, G.; Abbott, B.; Abbott, D.C.; Abed Abud, A.; Abeling, K.; Abhayasinghe, D.K.; Abidi, S.H.; AbouZeid, O.S.; Abraham, N.L.; Abramowicz, H.; Albert, Justin; Anelli, Christopher R.; Chiu, Y. H.; Ghasemi Bostanabad, M.; Hamano, Kenji; Kay, E. F.; Keeler, Richard; Kowalewski, Robert; Lefebvre, Michel; McLean, K. D.; et al. (Journal of High Energy Physics, 2020)
    Single top-quark production in association with a Z boson, where the Z boson decays to a pair of charged leptons, is measured in the trilepton channel. The proton-proton collision data collected by the ATLAS experiment ...
  • Ahmadi, M.; Olin, Art (Nature, 2017)
    The observation of hyperfine structure in atomic hydrogen by Rabi and co-workers(1-3) and the measurement(4) of the zero-field ground-state splitting at the level of seven parts in 10(13) are important achievements of ...
  • Lawler, S. M.; Shankman, C.; Kaib, N.; Bannister, M. T.; Gladman, B.; Kavelaars, J. J. (The Astronomical Journal, 2017)
    The orbital element distribution of trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) with large pericenters has been suggested to be influenced by the presence of an undetected, large planet at >200 au from the Sun. To find additional ...
  • Scherwath, M.; Thomsen, L.; Riedel, M.; Römer, M.; Chatzievangelou, D.; Schwendner, J.; Duda, A.; Heesemann, M. (Earth and Space Science, 2019)
    Since 2009, unprecedented comprehensive long‐term gas hydrate observations have become available from Ocean Networks Canada's NEPTUNE cabled ocean observatory at the northern Cascadia margin. Several experiments demonstrate ...
  • Hamme, Roberta C.; Keeling, Ralph F. (Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 2008)
    We present observations of interannual variability on 2–5 yr timescales in atmospheric potential oxygen (APO≈O2+CO2) from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography global flask sampling network. Interannual variations in the ...
  • Thomsen, Laurenz; Aguzzi, Jacopo; Costa, Corrado; De Leo, Fabio; Ogston, Andrea; Purser, Autun (Scientific Reports, 2017)
    The oceanic biological pump is responsible for the important transfer of CO2-C as POC “Particulate Organic Carbon” to the deep sea. It plays a decisive role in the Earth’s carbon cycle and significant effort is spent to ...
  • Yang, Xiao-Jun; Baleanu, Dumitru; Srivastava, Hari M.; Tenreiro Machado, J.A. (Abstract and Applied Analysis, 2013)
    We introduce a new wavelet transform within the framework of the local fractional calculus. An illustrative example of local fractional wavelet transform is also presented.
  • Souza, P.R.A.; Santos, A.F.; Ulhoa, S.C.; Khanna, F.C. (Physics Letters B, 2019)
    Small violation of Lorentz and CPT symmetries may emerge in models unifying gravity with other forces of nature. Anextension of the standard model with all possible terms that violate Lorentz and CPT symmetries are included. ...
  • del Valle, Coen; Dukes, Peter J.; Garaschuk, Kseniya (arXiv, 2019)
    Motivated by problems involving triangle-decompositions of graphs, we examine the facet structure of the cone τn of weighted graphs on n vertices generated by triangles. Our results include enumeration of facets for small ...
  • Ammon, Martin; Baggioli, Matteo; Gray, Sean; Grieninger, Sebastian; Jain, Akash (Physics Letters B, 2020)
    We show that the correct dual hydrodynamic description of homogeneous holographic models with spontaneously broken translations must include the so-called “strain pressure” – a novel transport coefficient proposed recently. ...
  • Dörenkämper, Martin; Optis, Michael; Monahan, Adam H.; Steinfeld, Gerald (Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 2015)
    The coastal discontinuity imposes strong signals to the atmospheric conditions over the sea that are important for wind-energy potential. Here, we provide a comprehensive investigation of the influence of the land–sea ...
  • Lee, Jeong-Yup; Moody, Robert V. (ACTA Crystallographica A-Foundations and Advances, 2017-05)
    The intimate relationship between the Penrose and the Taylor-Socolar tilings is studied, within both the context of double hexagon tiles and the algebraic context of hierarchical inverse sequences of triangular lattices. ...
  • Bourgeois-Daigneault, Marie-Claude; Roy, Dominic Guy; Falls, Theresa; Twumasi-Boateng, Kwame; St-Germain, Lauren Elizabeth; Marguerie, Monique; Garcia, Vanessa; Selman, Mohammed; Jennings, Victoria Ann; Pettigrew, Jessica; Amos, Amos; Diallo, Jean-Simon; Nelson, Brad; Bell, John Cameron (Molecular Therapy Oncolytics, 2016)
    Oncolytic viruses are known to stimulate the antitumor immune response by specifically replicating in tumor cells. This is believed to be an important aspect of the durable responses observed in some patients and the field ...
  • Zheng, Sarah; Hanchate, Amresh; Shwartz, Michael (BMC Health Services Research, 2019)
    Background To overcome the limitations of administrative data in adequately adjusting for differences in patients’ risk of readmissions, recent studies have added supplemental data from patient surveys and other sources ...
  • Richard, Vincent R.; Domanski, Dominik; Percy, Andrew J.; Borchers, Christoph H. (Journal of Proteomics, 2017-07)
    Offline high-pH reversed-phase fractionation is widely used to reduce sample complexity in proteomic workflows. This is due to the semi-orthogonality and high peak resolution of the two separations. Offline 2D fractionation, ...
  • Zhukovsky, Konstantin V.; Srivastava, H.M. (Axioms, 2016)
    A method for the solution of linear differential equations (DE) of non-integer order and of partial differential equations (PDE) by means of inverse differential operators is proposed. The solutions of non-integer order ...
  • Srivastava, H.M. (Mathematics, 2018)
  • Burkhartsmeyer, Jeffrey; Wang, Yanhong; Wong, Kam Sing; Gordon, Reuven (Applied Sciences, 2020)
    Prior opto-mechanical techniques to measure vibrational frequencies of viruses work on large ensembles of particles, whereas, in this work, individually trapped viral particles were studied. Double nanohole (DNH) apertures ...

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