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Autoantibodies recognizing carbamylated proteins are present in sera of patients with rheumatoid arthritis and predict joint damage
Autoimmune responses against posttranslationally modified antigens are a hallmark of several autoimmune diseases. For example, antibodies against citrullinated protein antigens (ACPA) have shownExpand
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Tapetum degeneration retardation is critical for aliphatic metabolism and gene regulation during rice pollen development.
As a complex wall system in flowering plants, the pollen outer wall mainly contains aliphatic sporopollenin; however, the mechanism for synthesizing these lipidic precursors during pollen developmentExpand
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ARMA based approaches for forecasting the tuple of wind speed and direction
Short-term forecasting of wind speed and direction is of great importance to wind turbine operation and efficient energy harvesting. In this study, the forecasting of wind speed and direction tupleExpand
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Defective Pollen Wall Is Required for Anther and Microspore Development in Rice and Encodes a Fatty Acyl Carrier Protein Reductase[C][W][OA]
A rice male-sterile mutant, defective pollen wall (dpw), which has defective anthers and pollen grains, is isolated and characterized. DPW is found to encode a fatty acyl carrier protein reductaseExpand
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Physical Violence Inside Prisons
This study estimates prevalence rates of inmate-on-inmate and staff-on-inmate physical victimization. Inmate participants were drawn from 13 adult male prisons and 1 female prison operated by aExpand
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Childhood and Adult Trauma Experiences of Incarcerated Persons and Their Relationship to Adult Behavioral Health Problems and Treatment
  • N. Wolff, J. Shi
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of environmental research…
  • 1 May 2012
Rates of childhood and adult trauma are high among incarcerated persons. In addition to criminality, childhood trauma is associated with the risk for emotional disorders (e.g., depression andExpand
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Rice SPX1 and SPX2 inhibit phosphate starvation responses through interacting with PHR2 in a phosphate-dependent manner
  • Zhiye Wang, W. Ruan, +11 authors P. Wu
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 30 September 2014
Significance Phosphate (Pi) is a primary nutrient for plant growth. Because of the low availability of soil Pi, the Pi starvation signaling in plants is gaining great interest. Arabidopsis AtPHR1 andExpand
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Characterisation of spinosad resistance in the housefly Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae).
BACKGROUND Spinosad, a relatively new, effective and safe pesticide, has been widely used in pest control over the last 10 years. However, different levels of resistance to this insecticide haveExpand
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Inheritance of beta-cypermethrin resistance in the housefly Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae).
BACKGROUND Beta-cypermethrin, a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide, was applied frequently in the control of health pests including houseflies, Musca domestica L., in China. However, different levelsExpand
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Knowledge as a driver of public perceptions about climate change reassessed
Previous research suggests knowledge about climate change has only a limited impact on concern about the issue. A multinational survey shows this negative result largely depends on how knowledge isExpand
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