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Identification and functional characterization of dendritic cells in the healthy murine kidney and in experimental glomerulonephritis.
The kidney tubulointerstitium contains numerous bone marrow-derived antigen-presenting cells, which are often referred to as resident tissue macrophages, although several previous studies hadExpand
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Asynchronous Holocene colluvial and alluvial aggradation: A matter of hydrosedimentary connectivity
Based on Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) and radiocarbon dating we establish chronologies of colluviation and alluviation in different floodplain sections of the northwestern Wetterau loessExpand
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A synthesis of laboratory and field studies on the effects of transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) maize on non‐target Lepidoptera
One of the major applications of transgenic crops in agriculture are the so‐called Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner (Bt) plants, in particular Bt maizes, which produce insecticidal Cry proteins thatExpand
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Soil erosion and sediment deposition in the Belgian oess belt during the Holocene: establishing a sediment budget for a small agricultural catchment
A method to establish a Holocene sediment budget for a 103 ha agricultural catchment representative for the Belgian loess belt is presented. Soil erosion and sediment deposition were determined basedExpand
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The last CTD repeat of the mammalian RNA polymerase II large subunit is important for its stability.
The phosphorylation of the RNA polymerase II (Pol II) C-terminal domain (CTD) has been shown to affect the initiation, and transition to elongation of the Pol II complex. The differentialExpand
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Classic and new dating methods for assessing the temporal occurrence of mass movements
Abstract Establishing landslide chronologies is essential both for understanding causes of mass movements as part of fundamental geomorphological research, and for the assessment of landslide hazardsExpand
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Sea ice thickness and recent Arctic warming
The climatic impact of increased Arctic sea ice loss has received growing attention in the last years. However, little focus has been set on the role of sea ice thickness, although it stronglyExpand
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Theoretical Framework for a Practical Evaluation and Comparison of Audio Watermarking Schemes in the Triangle of Robustness, Transparency and Capacity
Digital watermarking is a growing research area to mark digital content (image, audio, video, etc.) by embedding information into the content itself. This technique opens or provides additional andExpand
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Evidence of cyclic dust deposition in the US Great plains during the last deglaciation from the high-resolution analysis of the Peoria Loess in the Eustis sequence (Nebraska, USA)
The Peoria Loess unit is a well-defined stratigraphical unit in the Upper Pleistocene of the North American Quaternary, deposited between 30–25 ka and about 12 ka ago. It has been indicated that thisExpand
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