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Quantifying the effects of the division of labor in metabolic pathways.
Division of labor is commonly observed in nature. There are several theories that suggest diversification in a microbial community may enhance stability and robustness, decrease concentration ofExpand
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Recognition, use and perceptions of JUUL among youth and young adults
In recent years, use of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) has drastically increased, exceeding the prevalence of combustible tobacco use among youth in the USA.1 ENDS products are heavilyExpand
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Exopolysaccharide production in Caulobacter crescentus: A resource allocation trade-off between protection and proliferation
Complex and interacting selective pressures can produce bacterial communities with a range of phenotypes. One measure of bacterial success is the ability of cells or populations to proliferate whileExpand
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Comparison of Ecological Momentary Assessment Versus Direct Measurement of E-Cigarette Use With a Bluetooth-Enabled E-Cigarette: A Pilot Study
Background Assessing the frequency and intensity of e-cigarette use presents special challenges beyond those posed by cigarette use. Accurate measurement of e-cigarette consumption, puff duration,Expand
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The Moment Study: protocol for a mixed method observational cohort study of the Alternative Nicotine Delivery Systems (ANDS) initiation process among adult cigarette smokers
Introduction Alternative Nicotine Delivery Systems (ANDS) such as e-cigarettes are battery-powered devices that aerosolize nicotine and other substances to simulate smoking without using tobacco.Expand
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Early Subjective Sensory Experiences with “Cigalike” E-cigarettes Among African American Menthol Smokers: A Qualitative Study
Introduction Despite smoker interest in e-cigarettes as a harm reduction or cessation aid, many smokers prematurely discontinue vaping after trying a product. This study explored the role of earlyExpand
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Mobile Phone Ownership Is Not a Serious Barrier to Participation in Studies: Descriptive Study
Background Rather than providing participants with study-specific data collection devices, their personal mobile phones are increasingly being used as a means for collecting geolocation andExpand
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Metadata Correction: Mobile Phone Ownership Is Not a Serious Barrier to Participation in Studies: Descriptive Study
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.2196/mhealth.8123.].