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    • A Comprehensive Probabilistic Framework to Learn Air Data from Surface Pressure Measurements 

      Srivastava, Ankur; Meade, Andrew J. (2015)
      Use of probabilistic techniques has been demonstrated to learn air data parameters from surface pressure measurements. Integration of numerical models with wind tunnel data and sequential experiment design of wind tunnel ...
    • Remodeling of ECM patch into functional myocardium in an ovine model: A pilot study 

      Scully, Brandi B.; Fan, Chris; Grigoryan, Bagrat; Jacot, Jeffrey G.; Vick, G. Wesley III; Kim, Jeffrey J.; Fraser, Charles D.; Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Morales, David L.S. (2015)
      Background: Previous studies have demonstrated that surgical patches comprised of small intestinal submucosa-derived extracellular matrix (ECM) have biological remodeling potential. This pilot study investigated histological, ...
    • Photoluminescence of a Plasmonic Molecule 

      Huang, Da; Byers, Chad P.; Wang, Lin-Yung; Hoggard, Anneli; Hoener, Ben; Chang, Wei-Shun; Landes, Christy F.; Link, Stephan (2015)
      Photoluminescent Au nanoparticles are appealing for biosensing and bioimaging applications because of their non-photobleaching and non-photoblinking emission. The mechanism of one-photon photoluminescence from plasmonic ...
    • Non-intrusive Persistence with a Backend NVM Controller 

      Pu, Libei; Doshi, Kshitij; Giles, Ellis; Varman, Peter (2015)
      By providing instruction-grained access to vast amounts of persistent data with ordinary loads and stores, byte-addressable storage class memory (SCM) has the potential to revolutionize system architecture. We describe a ...
    • Variance Spectroscopy 

      Streit, Jason K.; Bachilo, Sergei M.; Sanchez, Stephen R.; Lin, Ching-Wei; Weisman, R. Bruce (2015)
      Spectroscopic analysis and study of nanoparticle samples is often hampered by structural diversity that presents a complex superposition of spectral signatures. By probing the spectra of small volumes within dilute samples, ...
    • Transaction local aliasing in storage class memory 

      Giles, Ellis; Doshi, Kshitij; Varman, Peter (2015)
      This paper describes a lightweight software library to solve the challenges [6], [3], [1], [5], [2] of programming storage class memory (SCM). It provides primitives to demarcate failure-atomic code regions. SCM loads and ...
    • Predicting internal cell fluxes at sub-optimal growth 

      Schultz, André; Qutub, Amina A. (2015)
      Background: Flux Balance Analysis (FBA) is a widely used tool to model metabolic behavior and cellular function. Applications of FBA span a breadth of research from synthetic engineering of biofuels to understanding ...
    • DNA under Force: Mechanics, Electrostatics, and Hydration 

      Li, Jingqiang; Wijeratne, Sithara S.; Qiu, Xiangyun; Kiang, Ching-Hwa (2015)
      Quantifying the basic intra- and inter-molecular forces of DNA has helped us to better understand and further predict the behavior of DNA. Single molecule technique elucidates the mechanics of DNA under applied external ...
    • Issues Affecting the Synthetic Scalability of Ternary Metal Ferrite Nanoparticles 

      Morrow, Lauren; Barron, Andrew R. (2015)
      Ternary Mn-Zn ferrite (MnxZn1-xFe2O4) nanoparticles (NPs) have been prepared by the thermal decomposition of an oleate complex, sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate (SDBS) mediated hydrazine decomposition of the chloride salts, ...
    • Nonlinear elastic buckling and postbuckling analysis of cylindrical panels 

      Zhou, Yang; Stanciulescu, Ilinca; Eason, Thomas; Spottswood, Michael (2015)
      This paper revisits the buckling analysis of a benchmark cylindrical panel undergoing snap-through when subjected to transverse loads. We show that previous studies either overestimated the buckling load and identified a ...
    • Influence of satellite-derived photolysis rates and NOxᅠemissions on Texas ozone modeling 

      Tang, W.; Cohan, D.S.; Pour-Biazar, A.; Lamsal, L.N.; White, A.T.; Xiao, X.; Zhou, W.; Henderson, B.H.; Lash, B.F. (2015)
       Uncertain photolysis rates and emission inventory impair the accuracy of state-level ozone (O3) regulatory modeling. Past studies have separately used satellite-observed clouds to correct the model-predicted photolysis ...
    • Self-assembled large scale metal alloy grid patterns as flexible transparent conductive layers 

      Mohl, Melinda; Dombovari, Aron; Vajtai, Robert; Ajayan, Pulickel M.; Kordas, Krisztian (2015)
      The development of scalable synthesis techniques for optically transparent, electrically conductive coatings is in great demand due to the constantly increasing market price and limited resources of indium for indium tin ...
    • A New Imaging Platform for Visualizing Biological Effects of Non-Invasive Radiofrequency Electric-Field Cancer Hyperthermia 

      Corr, Stuart J.; Shamsudeen, Sabeel; Vergara, Leoncio A.; Ho, Jason Chak-Shing; Ware, Matthew J.; Keshishian, Vazrik; Yokoi, Kenji; Savage, David J.; Meraz, Ismail M.; Kaluarachchi, Warna; Cisneros, Brandon T.; Raoof, Mustafa; Nguyen, Duy Trac; Zhang, Yingchun; Wilson, Lon J.; Summers, Huw; Rees, Paul; Curley, Steven A.; Serda, Rita E. (2015)
      Herein, we present a novel imaging platform to study the biological effects of non-invasive radiofrequency (RF) electric field cancer hyperthermia. This system allows for real-time in vivointravital microscopy (IVM) imaging ...
    • Ppb-level formaldehyde detection using a CW room-temperature interband cascade laser and a miniature dense pattern multipass gas cell 

      Dong, Lei; Yu, Yajun; Li, Chunguang; So, Stephen; Tittel, Frank K. (2015)
      A ppb-level formaldehyde (H2CO) sensor was developed using a thermoelectrically cooled (TEC), continuous-wave (CW) room temperature interband cascade laser (ICL) emitting at 3.59 μm and a miniature dense pattern multipass ...
    • Ambient solid-state mechano-chemical reactions between functionalized carbon nanotubes 

      Kabbani, Mohamad A.; Tiwary, Chandra Sekhar; Autreto, Pedro A.S.; Brunetto, Gustavo; Som, Anirban; Krishnadas, K.R.; Ozden, Sehmus; Hackenberg, Ken P.; Gong, Yongi; Galvao, Douglas S.; Vajtai, Robert; Kabbani, Ahmad T.; Pradeep, Thalappil; Ajayan, Pulickel M. (2015)
      Carbon nanotubes can be chemically modified by attaching various functionalities to their surfaces, although harsh chemical treatments can lead to their break-up into graphene nanostructures. On the other hand, direct ...
    • Stem Cells and Progenitor Cells for Tissue-Engineered Solutions to Congenital Heart Defects 

      Gao, Yang; Jacot, Jeffrey G. (2015)
      Synthetic patches and fixed grafts currently used in the repair of congenital heart defects are nonliving, noncontractile, and not electrically responsive, leading to increased risk of complication, reoperation, and sudden ...
    • Progeny Clustering: A Method to Identify Biological Phenotypes 

      Hu, Chenyue W.; Kornblau, Steven M.; Slater, John H.; Qutub, Amina A. (2015)
      Estimating the optimal number of clusters is a major challenge in applying cluster analysis to any type of dataset, especially to biomedical datasets, which are high-dimensional and complex. Here, we introduce an improved ...
    • Nanoantenna-Enhanced LightヨMatter Interaction in Atomically Thin WS2 

      Kern, Johannes; Trügler, Andreas; Niehues, Iris; Ewering, Johannes; Schmidt, Robert; Schneider, Robert; Najmaei, Sina; George, Antony; Zhang, Jing; Lou, Jun; Hohenester, Ulrich; de Vasconcellos, Steffen Michaelis; Bratschitsch, Rudolf (2015)
      Atomically thin transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) are an emerging class of two-dimensional semiconductors. Recently, the first optoelectronic devices featuring photodetection as well as electroluminescence have been ...
    • Clinical and Molecular Comparison of Pediatric and Adult Reverse Remodeling With Ventricular Assist Devices 

      Weia, Benjamin C.; Adachi, Iki; Jacot, Jeffrey G. (2015)
      Ventricular assist device (VAD) support induces reverse remodeling of failing myocardium that leads to occasional functional recovery of the adult heart. While there have been numerous clinical reports in adult patients ...
    • Amniotic fluid-derived stem cells demonstrate limited cardiac differentiation following small molecule-based modulation of Wnt signaling pathway 

      Connell, Jennifer Petsche; Ruano, Rodrigo; Jacot, Jeffrey G. (2015)
      Amniotic fluid-derived stem cells (AFSC) are a promising cell source for regenerative medicine and cardiac tissue engineering. However, a non-xenotropic differentiation protocol has not been established for cardiac ...
    • Multilayer three-dimensional filter paper constructs for the culture and analysis of aortic valvular interstitial cells 

      Sapp, Matthew C.; Fares, Hannelle J.; Estrada, Ana C.; Grande-Allen, K. Jane (2015)
      Culturing aortic valvular interstitial cells in an environment that models the aortic valve is an essential step towards understanding the progression of calcific aortic valve disease. Here the adaption of a three-dimensional ...
    • 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 ...
    • Development and validation of a simple algorithm for initiation of CPAP in neonates with respiratory distress in Malawi 

      Hundalani, Shilpa G.; Richards-Kortum, Rebecca; Oden, Maria; Kawaza, Kondwani; Gest, Alfred; Molyneux, Elizabeth (2015)
      Background:Low-cost bubble continuous positive airway pressure (bCPAP) systems have been shown to improve survival in neonates with respiratory distress, in developing countries including Malawi. District hospitals in ...
    • In situ vascularization of injectable fibrin/poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels by human amniotic fluid-derived stem cells 

      Benavides, Omar M.; Brooks, Abigail R.; Cho, Sung Kyung; Connell, Jennifer Petsche; Ruano, Rodrigo; Jacot, Jeffrey G. (2015)
      One of the greatest challenges in regenerative medicine is generating clinically relevant engineered tissues with functional blood vessels. Vascularization is a key hurdle faced in designing tissue constructs larger than ...
    • NeuroPG: open source software for optical pattern generation and data acquisition 

      Avants, Benjamin W.; Murphy, Daniel B.; Dapello, Joel A.; Robinson, Jacob T. (2015)
      Patterned illumination using a digital micromirror device (DMD) is a powerful tool for optogenetics. Compared to a scanning laser, DMDs are inexpensive and can easily create complex illumination patterns. Combining these ...
    • Micro-anatomical quantitative optical imaging: toward automated assessment of breast tissues 

      Dobbs, Jessica L.; Mueller, Jenna L.; Krishnamurthy, Savitri; Shin, Dongsuk; Kuerer, Henry; Yang, Wei; Ramanujam, Nirmala; Richards-Kortum, Rebecca (2015)
      Introduction: Pathologists currently diagnose breast lesions through histologic assessment, which requires fixation and tissue preparation. The diagnostic criteria used to classify breast lesions are qualitative and ...
    • Direct Plasmon-Driven Photoelectrocatalysis 

      Robatjazi, Hossein; Bahauddin, Shah Mohammad; Doiron, Chloe; Thomann, Isabell (2015)
      Harnessing the energy from hot charge carriers is an emerging research area with the potential to improve energy conversion technologies. Here we present a novel plasmonic photoelectrode architecture carefully designed to ...
    • WATCH: WiFi in Active TV Channels 

      Zhang, Xu; Knightly, Edward W. (2015)
      Today's "white space" model of spectrum sharing applied in the UHF TV band allows channels that are not being used regionally by a TV broadcaster to be re-purposed for unlicensed-style secondary access in 24 hour increments. ...
    • Distinguishing between plasmon-induced and photoexcited carriers in a device geometry 

      Zheng, Bob Y.; Zhao, Hangqi; Manjavacas, Alejandro; McClain, Michael; Nordlander, Peter (2015)
      The use of surface plasmons, charge density oscillations of conduction electrons of metallic nanostructures, to boost the efficiency of light-harvesting devices through increased light-matter interactions could drastically ...
    • Simulation Predicts IGFBP2-HIF1α Interaction Drives Glioblastoma Growth 

      Lin, Ka Wai; Liao, Angela; Qutub, Amina A. (2015)
      Tremendous strides have been made in improving patients’ survival from cancer with one glaring exception: brain cancer. Glioblastoma is the most common, aggressive and highly malignant type of primary brain tumor. The ...
    • Quantitative evaluation of in vivo vital-dye fluorescence endoscopic imaging for the detection of Barrett’s-associated neoplasia 

      Thekkek, Nadhi; Lee, Michelle H.; Polydorides, Alexandros D.; Rosen, Daniel G.; Anandasabapathy, Sharmila; Richards-Kortum, Rebecca (2015)
      Current imaging tools are associated with inconsistent sensitivity and specificity for detection of Barrett’s-associated neoplasia. Optical imaging has shown promise in improving the classification of neoplasia in vivo. ...
    • Aluminum Nanocrystals 

      McClain, Michael J.; Schlather, Andrea E.; Ringe, Emilie; King, Nicholas S.; Liu, Lifei; Manjavacas, Alejandro; Knight, Mark W.; Kumar, Ish; Whitmire, Kenton; Everitt, Henry O.; Nordlander, Peter; Halas, Naomi J. (2015)
      We demonstrate the facile synthesis of high purity aluminum nanocrystals over a range of controlled sizes from 70 to 220 nm diameter with size control achieved through a simple modification of solvent ratios in the reaction ...
    • Programmable bio-nano-chip system: a flexible point-of-care platform for bioscience and clinical measurements 

      McRae, Michael P.; Simmons, Glennon W.; Wong, Jorge; Shadfan, Basil; Gopalkrishnan, Sanjiv; Christodoulides, Nicolaos; McDevitt, John T. (2015)
      The development of integrated instrumentation for universal bioassay systems serves as a key goal for the lab-on-a-chip community. The programmable bio-nano-chip (p-BNC) system is a versatile multiplexed and multiclass ...
    • A GPU-based preconditioned Newton-Krylov solver for flexible multibody dynamics 

      Serban, Radu; Melanz, Daniel; Li, Ang; Stanciulescu, Ilinca; Jayakumar, Paramsothy; Negrut, Dan (2015)
      This paper describes an approach to numerically approximate the time evolution of multibody systems with flexible (compliant) components. Its salient attribute is that at each time step, both the formulation of the system ...
    • Miniature, minimally invasive, tunable endoscope for investigation of the middle ear 

      Pawlowski, Michal E.; Shrestha, Sebina; Park, Jesung; Applegate, Brian E.; Oghalai, John S.; Tkaczyk, Tomasz S. (2015)
      We demonstrate a miniature, tunable, minimally invasive endoscope for diagnosis of the auditory system. The probe is designed to sharply image anatomical details of the middle ear without the need for physically adjusting ...
    • On computing minimal independent support and its applications to sampling and counting 

      Ivrii, Alexander; Malik, Sharad; Meel, Kuldeep S.; Vardi, Moshe Y. (2015)
      Constrained sampling and counting are two fundamental problems arising in domains ranging from artificial intelligence and security, to hardware and software testing. Recent approaches to approximate solutions for these ...
    • Practical high-fidelity frequency-domain force and location identification 

      Ghaderi, Pooya; Dick, Andrew J.; Foley, Jason R.; Falbo, Gregory (2015)
      Identifying the force information and location of an impact event is important for predicting and/or monitoring potential damage to the structures. Directly measuring the impact event and/or locating the impact force is ...
    • In vivo microscopy of hemozoin: towards a needle free diagnostic for malaria 

      Burnett, Jennifer L.; Carns, Jennifer L.; Richards-Kortum, Rebecca (2015)
      Clinical diagnosis of malaria suffers from poor specificity leading to overtreatment with antimalarial medications. Alternatives, like blood smear microscopy or antigen-based tests, require a blood sample. We investigate ...
    • In vivo classification of colorectal neoplasia using high-resolution microendoscopy: Improvement with experience 

      Parikh, Neil D.; Perl, Daniel; Lee, Michelle H.; Chang, Shannon S.; Polydorides, Alexandros D.; Moshier, Erin; Godbold, James; Zhou, Elinor; Mitcham, Josephine; Richards-Kortum, Rebecca; Anandasabapathy, Sharmila (2015)
      Background and Aims: High-resolution microendoscopy (HRME) is a novel, low-cost “optical biopsy” technology that allows for subcellular imaging. The study aim was to evaluate the learning curve of HRME for the differentiation ...
    • A New Stabilization of Adaptive Step Trapezoid Rule Based on Finite Difference Interrupts 

      Lee, J. Alex; Nam, Jaewook; Pasquali, Matteo (2015)
      The adaptive step trapezoid rule (TR) is a generally effective numerical integrator, but it is prone to ringing instability and solution stall. We introduce a new stabilization algorithm based on finite difference interrupts ...
    • Tuning the acoustic frequency of a gold nanodisk through its adhesion layer 

      Chang, Wei-Shun; Wen, Fangfang; Chakraborty, Debadi; Su, Man-Nung; Zhang, Yue; Shuang, Bo; Nordlander, Peter; Sader, John E.; Halas, Naomi J.; Link, Stephan (2015)
      To fabricate robust metallic nanostructures with top-down patterning methods such as electron-beam lithography, an initial nanometer-scale layer of a second metal is deposited to promote adhesion of the metal of interest. ...
    • Experimental realization of crossover in shape and director field of nematic tactoids 

      Jamali, Vida; Behabtu, Natnael; Senyuk, Bohdan; Lee, J. Alex; Smalyukh, Ivan I.; van der Schoot, Paul; Pasquali, Matteo (2015)
      Spindle-shaped nematic droplets (tactoids) form in solutions of rod-like molecules at the onset of the liquid crystalline phase. Their unique shape and internal structure result from the interplay of the elastic deformation ...
    • Horizontal contraction in image domain for velocity inversion 

      Shen, Peng; Symes, William W. (2015)
      A kinematically correct choice of velocity focuses subsurface offset image gathers at a zero offset. Infinitesimal warping from the current image toward its focus can be approximated by a horizontal contraction. The image ...
    • Asymmetric excitation profiles in the resonance Raman response of armchair carbon nanotubes 

      Hároz, Erik H.; Duque, Juan G.; Barros, Eduardo B.; Telg, Hagen; Simpson, Jeffrey R.; Walker, Angela R. Hight; Khripin, Constantine Y.; Fagan, Jeffrey A.; Tu, Xiaomin; Zheng, Ming; Kono, Junichiro; Doorn, Stephen K. (2015)
      We performed tunable resonance Raman spectroscopy on samples highly enriched in the (5,5), (6,6), (7,7), and (8,8) armchair structures of metallic single-wall carbon nanotubes. We present Raman excitation profiles (REPs) ...
    • Quartz Enhanced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy Based Trace Gas Sensors Using Different Quartz Tuning Forks 

      Ma, Yufei; Yu, Guang; Zhang, Jingbo; Yu, Xin; Sun, Rui; Tittel, Frank K. (2015)
      A sensitive trace gas sensor platform based on quartz-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy (QEPAS) is reported. A 1.395 μm continuous wave (CW), distributed feedback pigtailed diode laser was used as the excitation source ...
    • Operating principles of Notch–Delta–Jagged module of cell–cell communication 

      Jolly, Mohit Kumar; Boareto, Marcelo; Lu, Mingyang; Onuchic, José N.; Clementi, Cecilia; Ben-Jacob, Eshel (2015)
      Notch pathway is an evolutionarily conserved cell–cell communication mechanism governing cell-fate during development and tumor progression. It is activated when Notch receptor of one cell binds to either of its ligand—Delta ...
    • Prostate cancer and neuroendocrine differentiation: more neuronal, less endocrine? 

      Grigore, Alexandru Dan; Ben-Jacob, Eshel; Farach-Carson, Mary C. (2015)
      Neuroendocrine differentiation (NED) marks a structural and functional feature of certain cancers, including prostate cancer (PCa), whereby the malignant tissue contains a significant proportion of cells displaying neuronal, ...
    • Metabolic transistor strategy for controlling electron transfer chain activity in Escherichia coli 

      Wu, Hui; Tuli, Leepika; Bennett, George N.; San, Ka-Yiu (2015)
      A novel strategy to finely control a large metabolic flux by using a “metabolic transistor” approach was established. In this approach a small change in the level or availability of an essential component for the process ...
    • Evolution of theᅠPerlecan/HSPG2ᅠGene and Its Activation in RegeneratingᅠNematostella vectensis 

      Warren, Curtis R.; Kassir, Elias; Spurlin, James; Martinez, Jerahme; Putnam, Nicholas H.; Farach-Carson, Mary C. (2015)
      The heparan sulfate proteoglycan 2 (HSPG2)/perlecan gene is ancient and conserved in all triploblastic species. Its presence maintains critical cell boundaries in tissue and its large (up to ~900 kDa) modular structure has ...
    • Genetic and Chemical Activation of TFEB Mediates Clearance of Aggregated α-Synuclein 

      Kilpatrick, Kiri; Zeng, Yimeng; Hancock, Tommy; Segatori, Laura (2015)
      Aggregation of α-synuclein (α-syn) is associated with the development of a number of neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease (PD). The formation of α-syn aggregates results from aberrant accumulation of ...
    • Discovery of optimal zeolites for challenging separations and chemical transformations using predictive materials modeling 

      Bai, Peng; Jeon, Mi Yeong; Ren, Limin; Knight, Chris; Deem, Michael W.; Tsapatsis, Michael; Siepmann, J. Ilja (2015)
      Zeolites play numerous important roles in modern petroleum refineries and have the potential to advance the production of fuels and chemical feedstocks from renewable resources. The performance of a zeolite as separation ...
    • In Silico Discovery of High Deliverable Capacity Metal-Organic Frameworks 

      Bao, Yi; Martin, Richard L.; Simon, Cory; Haranczyk, Maciej; Smit, Berend; Deem, Michael W. (2015)
      Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are actively being explored as potential adsorbed natural gas storage materials for small vehicles. Experimental exploration of potential materials is limited by the throughput of synthetic ...
    • Hall and field-effect mobilities in few layeredᅠp-WSe2ᅠfield-effect transistors 

      Pradhan, N.R.; Rhodes, D.; Memaran, S.; Poumirol, J.M.; Smirnov, D.; Talapatra, S.; Feng, S.; Perea-Lopez, N.; Elias, A.L.; Terrones, M.; Ajayan, P.M.; Balicas, L. (2015)
      Here, we present a temperature (T) dependent comparison between field-effect and Hall mobilities in field-effect transistors based on few-layered WSe2 exfoliated onto SiO2. Without dielectric engineering and beyond a ...
    • HSulf-1 deficiency dictates a metabolic reprograming of glycolysis and TCA cycle in ovarian cancer 

      Mondal, Susmita; Roy, Debarshi; Camacho-Pereira, Juliana; Khurana, Ashwani; Chini, Eduardo; Yang, Lifeng; Baddour, Joelle; Stilles, Katherine; Padmabandu, Seth; Leung, Sam; Kalloger, Steve; Gilks, Blake; Lowe, Val; Dierks, Thomas; Hammond, Edward; Dredge, Keith; Nagrath, Deepak; Shridhar, Viji (2015)
      Warburg effect has emerged as a potential hallmark of many cancers. However, the molecular mechanisms that led to this metabolic state of aerobic glycolysis, particularly in ovarian cancer (OVCA) have not been completely ...
    • Coupling the modules of EMT and stemness: A tunable ‘stemness window’ model 

      Jolly, Mohit Kumar; Jia, Dongya; Boareto, Marcelo; Mani, Sendurai A.; Pienta, Kenneth J.; Ben-Jacob, Eshel; Levine, Herbert (2015)
      Metastasis of carcinoma involves migration of tumor cells to distant organs and initiate secondary tumors. Migration requires a complete or partial Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT), and tumor-initiation requires ...
    • Mechanism for Collective Cell Alignment inᅠMyxococcus xanthusBacteria 

      Balagam, Rajesh; Igoshin, Oleg A. (2015)
      Myxococcus xanthusᅠcells self-organize into aligned groups, clusters, at various stages of their lifecycle. Formation of these clusters is crucial for the complex dynamic multi-cellular behavior of these bacteria. However, ...
    • Deformable complex network for refining low-resolution X-ray structures 

      Zhang, Chong; Wang, Qinghua; Ma, Jianpeng (2015)
      In macromolecular X-ray crystallography, building more accurate atomic models based on lower resolution experimental diffraction data remains a great challenge. Previous studies have used a deformable elastic network (DEN) ...
    • Cross talk between cytokine and hyperthermia-induced pathways: identification of different subsets of NF-κ B-dependent genes regulated by TNFα and heat shock 

      Janus, Patryk; Stokowy, Tomasz; Jaksik, Roman; Szoltysek, Katarzyna; Handschuh, Luiza; Podkowinski, Jan; Widlak, Wieslawa; Kimmel, Marek; Widlak, Piotr (2015)
      Heat shock inhibits NF-κB signaling, yet the knowledge about its influence on the regulation of NF-κB-dependent genes is limited. Using genomic approaches, i.e., expression microarrays and ChIP-Seq, we aimed to establish ...
    • Decision-Directed Channel Estimation Implementation for Spectral Efficiency Improvement in Mobile MIMO-OFDM 

      Ketonen, Johanna; Juntti, Markku; Ylioinas, Jari; Cavallaro, Joseph R. (2015)
      Channel estimation algorithms and their implementations for mobile receivers are considered in this paper. The 3GPP long term evolution (LTE) based pilot structure is used as a benchmark in a multiple-input multiple-o ...
    • NF-κB and IRF pathways: cross-regulation on target genes promoter level 

      Iwanaszko, Marta; Kimmel, Marek (2015)
      Background: The NF-κB and IRF transcription factor families are major players in inflammation and antiviral response and act as two major effectors of the innate immune response (IIR). The regulatory mechanisms of activation ...