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    • Scaffolds to Control Inflammation and Facilitate Dental Pulp Regeneration 

      Colombo, John S.; Moore, Amanda N.; Hartgerink, Jeffrey D.; D'Souza, Rena N. (2014)
      In dentistry, the maintenance of a vital dental pulp is of paramount importance because teeth devitalized by root canal treatment may become more brittle and prone to structural failure over time. Advanced carious lesions ...
    • Scattering Spectra of Single Gold Nanoshells 

      Nehl, Colleen L.; Grady, Nathaniel K.; Goodrich, Glenn P.; Tam, Felicia; Halas, Naomi J.; Hafner, Jason H. (2004-11-04)
    • Self-assembling multidomain peptides tailor biological responses through biphasic release 

      Kumar, Vivek A.; Taylor, Nichole L.; Shi, Siyu; Wickremasinghe, Navindee C.; D’Souza, Rena N.; Hartgerink, Jeffrey D. (2015)
      Delivery of small molecules and drugs to tissues is a mainstay of several tissue engineering strategies. Next generation treatments focused on localized drug delivery offer a more effective means in dealing with refractory ...
    • Seniority number description of potential energy surfaces: Symmetric dissociation of water, N2, C2, and Be2 

      Bytautas, Laimutis; Scuseria, Gustavo E.; Ruedenberg, Klaus (2015)
      The present study further explores the concept of the seniority number (Ω) by examining different configuration interaction (CI) truncation strategies in generating compact wave functions in a systematic way. While the ...
    • Seniority zero pair coupled cluster doubles theory 

      Stein, Tamar; Henderson, Thomas M.; Scuseria, Gustavo E. (2014)
      Coupled clusterᅠtheoryᅠwith single and doubleᅠexcitationsᅠaccurately describes weak electronᅠcorrelationᅠbut is known to fail in cases of strong staticᅠcorrelation.ᅠFascinatingly, however, pairᅠcoupled clusterᅠdoubles ...
    • Seniority-based coupled cluster theory 

      Henderson, Thomas M.; Bulik, Ireneusz W.; Stein, Tamar; Scuseria, Gustavo E. (2014)
      Doubly occupied configuration interaction (DOCI) with optimized orbitals often accurately describes strong correlations while working in a Hilbert space much smaller than that needed for full configuration interaction. However, ...
    • Sequence Effects of Self-Assembling MultiDomain Peptide Hydrogels on Encapsulated SHED Cells 

      Kang, Marci K.; Colombo, John S.; D’Souza, Rena N.; Hartgerink, Jeffrey D. (2014)
      Here we report three new nanofibrous, self-assembling multidomain peptide (MDP) sequences and examine the effect of sequence on the morphology and expansion of encapsulated Stem cells from Human Exfoliated Deciduous teeth ...
    • Sequence heterogeneity accelerates protein search for targets on DNA 

      Shvets, Alexey A.; Kolomeisky, Anatoly B. (2016)
      The process of protein search for specific binding sites on DNA is fundamentally important since it marks the beginning of all major biological processes. We present a theoretical investigation that probes the role of DNA ...
    • Sign problem in full configuration interaction quantum Monte Carlo: Linear and sublinear representation regimes for the exact wave function 

      Shepherd, James J.; Scuseria, Gustavo E.; Spencer, James S. (2014)
      We investigate the sign problem for full configuration interaction quantum Monte Carlo (FCIQMC), a stochastic algorithm for finding the ground-state solution of the Schrödinger equation with substantially reduced computational ...
    • A single molecule immunoassay by localized surface plasmon resonance 

      Mayer, Kathryn M.; Hao, Feng; Lee, Seunghyun; Nordlander, Peter; Hafner, Jason H. (2010)
    • Single-Molecule FRET Studies of HIV TAR–DNA Hairpin Unfolding Dynamics 

      Chen, Jixin; Poddar, Nitesh K.; Tauzin, Lawrence J.; Cooper, David; Kolomeisky, Anatoly B.; Landes, Christy F. (2014)
      We directly measure the dynamics of the HIV trans-activation response (TAR)-DNA hairpin with multiple loops using single-molecule Förster resonance energy transfer (smFRET) methods. Multiple FRET states are identified that ...
    • Single-Particle Absorption Spectroscopy by Photothermal Contrast 

      Yorulmaz, Mustafa; Nizzero, Sara; Hoggard, Anneli; Wang, Lin-Yung; Cai, Yiyu; Su, Man-Nung; Chang, Wei-Shun; Link, Stephan (2015)
      Removing effects of sample heterogeneity through single-molecule and single-particle techniques has advanced many fields. While background free luminescence and scattering spectroscopy is widely used, recording the absorption ...
    • Single-Particle Spectroscopy Reveals Heterogeneity in Electrochemical Tuning of the Localized Surface Plasmon 

      Byers, Chad P.; Hoener, Benjamin S.; Chang, Wei-Shun; Yorulmaz, Mustafa; Link, Stephan; Landes, Christy F. (2014)
      A hyperspectral imaging method was developed that allowed the identification of heterogeneous plasmon response from 50 nm diameter gold colloidal particles on a conducting substrate in a transparent three-electrode ...
    • Singlet-paired coupled cluster theory for open shells 

      Gomez, John A.; Henderson, Thomas M.; Scuseria, Gustavo E. (2016)
      Restricted single-reference coupled cluster theory truncated to single and double excitations accurately describes weakly correlated systems, but often breaks down in the presence of static or strongcorrelation. Good coupled ...
    • Size-dependent impacts of silver nanoparticles on the lifespan, fertility, growth, and locomotion of Caenorhabditis elegans 

      Contreras, Elizabeth Q.; Puppala, Hema L.; Escalera, Gabriela; Zhong, Weiwei; Colvin, Vicki L. (2014)
      The increased bioavailability of nanoparticles engineered for good dispersion in water may have biological and environmental impacts. To examine this issue, the authors assessed the biological effects in nematodes as they ...
    • Solutions of the Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model: Benchmarks and Results from a Wide Range of Numerical Algorithms 

      LeBlanc, J.P.F.; Antipov, Andrey E.; Becca, Federico; Bulik, Ireneusz W.; Chan, Garnet Kin-Lic; Chung, Chia-Min; Deng, Youjin; Ferrero, Michel; Henderson, Thomas M.; Jiménez-Hoyos, Carlos A.; Kozik, E.; Liu, Xuan-Wen; Millis, Andrew J.; Prokof’ev, N.V.; Qin, Mingpu; Scuseria, Gustavo E.; Shi, Hao; Svistunov, B.V.; Tocchio, Luca F.; Tupitsyn, I.S.; White, Steven R.; Zhang, Shiwei; Zheng, Bo-Xiao; Zhu, Zhenyue; Gull, Emanuel; Simons Collaboration on the Many-Electron Problem (2015)
      Numerical results for ground-state and excited-state properties (energies, double occupancies, and Matsubara-axis self-energies) of the single-orbital Hubbard model on a two-dimensional square lattice are presented, in ...
    • Space group symmetry applied to SCF calculations with periodic boundary conditions and Gaussian orbitals 

      Rusakov, Alexander A.; Frisch, Michael J.; Scuseria, Gustavo E. (2013)
      Space group symmetry is exploited and implemented in density functional calculations of extended systems with periodic boundary conditions. Our scheme for reducing the number of two-electron integrals employs the entire ...
    • Spinal cord fusion with PEG-GNRs (TexasPEG): Neurophysiological recovery in 24 hours in rats 

      Kim, C-Yoon; Sikkema, William K. A.; Hwang, In-Kyu; Oh, Hanseul; Kim, Un Jeng; Lee, Bae Hwan; Tour, James M. (2016)
      Background: The GEMINI spinal cord fusion protocol has been developed to achieve a successful cephalosomatic anastomosis. Here, for the first time, we report the effects of locally applied water-soluble, conductive ...
    • Stable confinement of PET & MR agents within carbon nanotubes for bimodal imaging 

      Cisneros, Brandon T.; Law, Justin J.; Matson, Michael L.; Azhdarinia, Ali; Sevick-Muraca, Eva M.; Wilson, Lon J. (2014)
      Simultaneous PET/MR imaging has recently been introduced to the clinic and dual PET/MR imaging probes are rare and of growing interest. We have developed a strategy for producing multimodal probes based on a carbon nanotube ...
    • Stargazin Modulation of AMPA Receptors 

      Shaikh, Sana A.; Dolino, Drew M.; Lee, Garam; Chatterjee, Sudeshna; MacLean, David M.; Flatebo, Charlotte; Landes, Christy F.; Jayaraman, Vasanthi (2016)
      Fast excitatory synaptic signaling in the mammalian brain is mediated by AMPA-type ionotropic glutamate receptors. In neurons, AMPA receptors co-assemble with auxiliary proteins, such as stargazin, which can markedly alter ...