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cansu onlen guneri, gul ilhan, Kosta Mumcuoglu, ozlem aycan kaya, serife akkucuk
(2019) | Journal of Medical Entomology
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chen gueta, Ayelet Landau, rafael malach, shany grossman, slav pesin

Retinal input is frequently lost because of eye blinks, yet humans rarely notice these gaps in visual input. Although previous studies focused on the perceptual and neural correlates diminished awareness to impact perceived time concurrent events unknown. Here, we investigated whether subjective sense altered by spontaneous blinks. We found that participants (N = 22) significantly underestimated duration a stimulus when blink occurred during...

(2019) | Psychological Science
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Hagit Affek, Eugeni Barkan, israela musan, Boaz Luz, riavo voarintsoa, shelly bergel
(2019) | Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
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Rami Aqeilan, carlo croce, giovanni nigita, jonathan monin, rosario distefano, saleh khawaled, suhaib abdeen, sung suk suh

Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is a heterogeneous, highly aggressive, and difficult to treat tumor type. The suppressor WWOX spans FRA16D, common fragile site that commonly altered in cancer. Despite recent progress, the role of TNBC metastasis unknown. Here we report inactivation correlates with advanced stages its levels are frequently cells. Ectopic restoration WWOX-negative cells inhibited while depletion WWOX-positive promoted...

(2019) | Cancer Research
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alexander harms, andrew camilli, annelies zinkernagel, Natalie Balaban, bree aldridge, bruce levin, christoph dehio, dan andersson, deborah hung, dirk bumann, gisela storz, james collins, jan michiels, jeanmarc ghigo, kim lewis, laurence van melderen, manwah tan, mark brynildsen, martin ackermann, matthias heinemann, nathalie balaban, sarah fortune, sophie helaine, tanel tenson, urs jenal, wolfdietrich hardt

Increasing concerns about the rising rates of antibiotic therapy failure and advances in?single-cell analyses have inspired a surge research into persistence. Bacterial persister cells represent subpopulation that can survive intensive treatment without being resistant. Several approaches emerged to define measure persistence, it is now time agree on basic definition persistence its relation other mechanisms by which bacteria exposure...

(2019) | Nature Reviews Microbiology
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The evolutionary route from plant tissue culture (IAPTC) to biotechnology (IAPB). Plant is an scientific process, formulated and maintained by our accumulated cultural-societal knowledge the invention of new technologies (Altman Mesoudi submitted). It emerged thousands years ago when wheat, rice, chickpeas, potatoes, coffee (and other plants) were first domesticated; grains fermented yeasts produce bread; grape juice, barley, tubers fermentation...

(2019) | In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant
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aaron dutton, andrea maccio, daniel ceverino, Avishai Dekel, faerman, Orly Gnat, joel primack, jonathan stern, prochaska, rocafabrega, strawn

We study the components of cool and warm/hot gas in circumgalactic medium (CGM) simulated galaxies address relative production OVI by photoionization versus collisional ionization, as a function halo mass, redshift, distance from galaxy center. This is done utilizing two different suites zoom-in hydro-cosmological simulations, VELA (6 halos; $z>1$) NIHAO (18 to $z=0$), which provide broad theoretical basis because they use codes physical...

(2019) | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
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daniel pomarede, edoardo carlesi, noemie globus, Tsvi Piran, Yehuda Hoffman

Motivated by the ~7 % dipole anisotropy in distribution of ultra-high energy cosmic-rays (UHECRs) above 8 EeV, we explore induced large scale structure, using constrained simulations local Universe and taking into account effect magnetic fields. The value intergalactic field (IGMF) is critical as it determines UHECR cosmic horizon. We calculate sky maps for different values IGMF variance show horizon on observed anisotropy. footprint...

(2019) | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
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avia leader, lijie, Daniel Mandler, maya miller, naomi melamedbook, ori geuli, Meital Reches, Edit Tshuva

The controlled release of drugs by an external stimulus is pivotal interest and importance as a means increasing administration efficacy. Accordingly, many responsive systems have been developed based on primarily pH, temperature light changes. Here, novel electrochemical triggered Doxorubicin (Dox) loaded hydroxyapatite (HAp) nanoparticles (NPs) system presented. Dox onto HAp NPs producing stable dispersion in DMSO. Dox-HAp are...

(2019) | ACS Applied Bio Materials
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Tsvi Piran, xiaping tang

Nearby pulsars have been suggested as sources of $\sim$TeV $e^+/e^-$ Cosmic Ray (CR) excess on Earth. The High-Altitude Water Cherenkov Observatory (HAWC) detected extended TeV emission regions in the direction two nearby middle-aged pulsars, Geminga and PSR B0656+14. By modeling inverse Compton from electron-positron pairs diffusing interstellar medium (ISM), HAWC collaboration derives a diffusion coefficient much smaller than standard value...

(2019) | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
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alon eliakim, benel berkovich, dan nemet, Aliza Stark, tali sinai

Fasting, skipping meals, and dehydration are common methods of rapid weight loss used prior to competition in category sports. This study examines coaches? attitudes, perceptions, practices regarding among judo taekwondo athletes. A convenience sample experienced coaches trainers (n?=?68) completed structured questionnaires. Participants this were 33.8???9.3 years old; 57 males 11 females; 59% certified coaches, with 71% reporting over 20...

(2019) | International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism
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ariel knafonoam, carolyn zahnwaxler, hillary anger elfenbein, Ariel Knafo-Noam, meirav amichaysetter, rotem schapira
(2019) | Frontiers in Psychiatry
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This book applies a reflective and critical gaze on the production of knowledge within management organization studies. Seasoned scholars reflect how we carry out research to provide insights into assumptions practices employ, they affect consumption managerial theory.

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Sigal Ben-Yehuda, elhanan tzipilevich, michal habusha, osher fiyaksel, sigal benyehuda

Bacteriophages (phages) are the most abundant entities in nature, yet little is known about their capacity to acquire new hosts and invade niches. By exploiting Gram positive soil bacterium Bacillus subtilis (B. subtilis) its lytic phage SPO1 as a model, we followed co-evolution of bacteria phages. After infection, resistant were readily isolated. These defective production glycosylated wall teichoic acid (TA) polymers, served receptor....

(2019) | Molecular Microbiology
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Alexander Lubotzky, gady kozma, Alex Lubotzky

We show that for a fixed k, Gromov random groups with any positive density have no non-trivial degree-k representations over field, a.a.s. This is especially interesting in light of the results Agol, Ollivier and Wise when less than 1/6 such faithful linear representation rationals,

(2019) | arXiv preprint arXiv:1810.01529
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dubiel, felner, Israel Felner, menahem tsindlekht

In-field DC and AC magnetization measurements were carried out on a sigma-phase Fe55Re45 intermetallic compound aimed at determination of the magnetic phase diagram in H-T plane. Field cooled, M_FC, zero-field M_ZFC, curves measured field, H, up to 1200 Oe. susceptibility constant frequency 1465 Hz under fields H=500 The obtained results provide evidences for re-entrant magnetism investigated sample. diagrams plane have been outlined based...

(2019) | arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons
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guy hacohen, Daphna Weinshall

Training neural networks is traditionally done by providing a sequence of random mini-batches sampled uniformly from the entire training data. In this work, we analyze effects curriculum learning, which involves dynamic non-uniform sampling mini-batches, on deep networks, and specifically CNNs trained image recognition. To employ algorithm must resolve 2 problems: (i) sort examples difficulty; (ii) compute series that exhibit an increasing...

(2019) | arXiv: Learning
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Yuval Rabani, sebastien bubeck

We consider parametrized versions of metrical task systems and service systems, two fundamental models online computing, where the constrained parameter is number possible distinct requests $m$. Such parametrization occurs naturally in a wide range applications. Striking examples are certain power management problems, which modeled as with $m=2$. characterize competitive ratio terms $m$ for both deterministic randomized algorithms on...

(2019) | arXiv: Data Structures and Algorithms
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