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- Ann E. Nelson, Nathan Seiberg
- 1993

We point out a connection between R symmetry and supersymmetry breaking. We show that the existence of an R symmetry is a necessary condition for supersymmetry breaking and a spontaneously broken R… (More)

- Fredrick L. Dunn, Terence J. Brennan, Ann E. Nelson, Gary L. Robertson
- The Journal of clinical investigation
- 1973

A sensitive and specific radioimmunoassay for plasma arginine vasopressin (AVP) has been used to study the effects of blood osmolality and volume in regulating AVP secretion in unanesthetized rats.… (More)

Recently, interesting 4-D Lorentz violating models have been proposed, in which all particles have a common maximum velocity c, but gravity propagates (in the preferred frame) with a different… (More)

We review recent experimental tests of the gravitational inverse-square law and the wide variety of theoretical considerations that suggest the law may break down in experimentally accessible regions.

- M F Slag, J Eileen Morley, +7 authors Rex B. Shafer
- JAMA
- 1983

One thousand one hundred eighty men in a medical outpatient clinic were screened as to the presence of impotence. Four hundred one men (34%) were impotent, and of those, 188 (47%) chose to be… (More)

- Zackaria Chacko, Markus A. Luty, Ann E. Nelson, Eduardo Pontón
- 2008

We consider supersymmetric theories where the standard-model quark and lepton fields are localized on a ‘3-brane’ in extra dimensions, while the gauge and Higgs fields propagate in the bulk. If… (More)

- Rob Fardon, Ann E. Nelson, Neal J Weiner
- 2004

We show that mass varying neutrinos (MaVaNs) can behave as a negative pressure fluid which could be the origin of the cosmic acceleration. We derive a model independent relation between the neutrino… (More)

We introduce a new supersymmetric extension of the standard model in which the gauge sector contains complete N = 2 supersymmetry multiplets. Supersymmetry breaking from the D-term vev of a hidden… (More)

We extend the “näıve dimensional analysis” arguments used in QCD for estimating the strengths of operators in chiral Lagrangians to strongly coupled supersymmetric theories. In particular, we show… (More)

Bekenstein has proposed the bound S ≤ πM P L on the total entropy S in a volume L. This non-extensive scaling suggests that quantum field theory breaks down in large volume. To reconcile this… (More)