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- Elena Cáceres, Makoto Natsuume, Takashi Okamura
- 2006

We study the screening length L s of a heavy quark-antiquark pair in strongly coupled gauge theory plasmas flowing at velocity v. Using the AdS/CFT correspondence we investigate, analytically, the screening length in the ultra-relativistic limit. We develop a procedure that allows us to find the scaling exponent for a large class of backgrounds. We find… (More)

- Elena Cáceres, Alberto Güijosa
- 2006

Following recent developments, we employ the AdS/CFT correspondence to determine the drag force exerted on an external quark that moves through an N = 4 super-Yang-Mills plasma with a non-zero R-charge density (or, equivalently, a non-zero chemical potential). We find that the drag force is larger than in the case where the plasma is neutral.

- Elena Cáceres
- 2006

We compute the drag force experienced by a heavy quark that moves through plasma in a gauge theory whose dual description involves arbitrary metric and dila-ton fields. As a concrete application, we consider the cascading gauge theory at temperatures high above the deconfining scale, where we obtain a drag force with a non-trivial velocity dependence. We… (More)

- Elena Caceres, Vadim S Kaplunovsky, I Michael, Mandelberg
- 1997

We reconsider the issue of large-volume compactifications of the heterotic string in light of the recent discoveries about strongly-coupled string theories. Our conclusion remains firmly negative with respect to classical compactifica-tions of the ten-dimensional field theory, albeit for a new reason: When the internal sixfold becomes large in heterotic… (More)

We obtain the spectrum of glueball masses for the N = 1 non-conformal cascade theory whose supergravity dual was recently constructed by Klebanov and Strassler. The glueball masses are calculated by solving the supergravity equations of motion for the dilaton and the two-form in the deformed conifold background.

- Elena Cáceres
- 2008

We present new supergravity backgrounds generated by N c D5-branes, wrapping the S 2 of the resolved conifold, in the presence of N f = 2N c smeared flavor D5-branes. The smearing allows us to take their backreaction on the geometry into account. We discuss the consistency, stability, and supersymmetry of these types of setups. We find near horizon… (More)

In this paper we study qualitative features of glueballs in N = 1 SYM for models of wrapped branes in IIA and IIB backgrounds. The scalar mode, 0 ++ is found to be a mixture of the dilaton and the internal part of the metric. We carry out the numerical study of the IIB background. The potential found exhibits a mass gap and produces a discrete spectrum… (More)

- David Mavor, Kyle Barlow, +38 authors James S Fraser
- eLife
- 2016

Ubiquitin is essential for eukaryotic life and varies in only 3 amino acid positions between yeast and humans. However, recent deep sequencing studies indicate that ubiquitin is highly tolerant to single mutations. We hypothesized that this tolerance would be reduced by chemically induced physiologic perturbations. To test this hypothesis, a class of first… (More)

We study the quark-antiquark interaction in the large N limit of the superconformal field theory on D-3branes at a Calabi-Yau conical singularity. We compute the Wilson loop in the AdS 5 × T 11 supergravity background for the SU(2N) × SU(2N) theory. We also calculate the Wilson loop for the Higgs phase where the gauge group is broken to SU(N) × SU(N) × SU D… (More)

We study the M-theory five-brane wrapped around the Seiberg-Witten curves for pure classical and exceptional groups given by an integrable system. Generically, the D4-branes arise as cuts that collapse to points after compactifying the eleventh dimension and going to the semiclassical limit, producing brane configurations of NS5-and D4-branes with N = 2… (More)