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Identification and molecular characterization of two immune‐responsive chitinase‐like proteins from Anopheles gambiae
Two haemolymph proteins that are processed rapidly and specifically in response to exposure to bacteria have been identified from Anopheles gambiae. Both proteins, Anopheles gambiaeExpand
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Preparation of Pectin–ZnO Nanocomposite
Pectin–ZnO nanocomposite was prepared in the aqueous solution condition at room temperature. The Fourier transform infrared, X-ray diffraction, and transmission electron microscope (TEM) measurementsExpand
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Directed percolation phase transition to sustained turbulence in Couette flow
Decades-old speculation that the transition to turbulence belongs to the directed percolation universality class is confirmed with experimental and numerical data for flow through aExpand
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Interpretation of IR and Raman line shapes for H2O and D2O ice Ih.
Noticeable differences between the vibrational (IR and Raman) spectra of neat H(2)O and D(2)O ice Ih are observed experimentally. Here, we employ our theoretical mixed quantum/classical approach toExpand
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Reparametrized E3B (Explicit Three-Body) Water Model Using the TIP4P/2005 Model as a Reference.
In this study, we present the third version of a water model that explicitly includes three-body interactions. The major difference between this version and the previous two is in the two-body waterExpand
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Large Eddy Simulations of Model-Scale Turbulent Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows
AbstractThis paper presents large eddy simulations (LES) of model-scaled neutrally stratified atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) flows for structural engineering applications and examines their stati...
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The universality class of the transition to turbulence
Turbulence is one of the most frequently encountered non-equilibrium phenomena in nature yet characterising the transition that gives rise to it has remained an elusive task. Although in recentExpand
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Hydrogen Bonding and OH-Stretch Spectroscopy in Water: Hexamer (Cage), Liquid Surface, Liquid, and Ice.
We present a unified picture of how OH-stretch spectroscopy in water can be understood in terms of hydrogen bonding for the four systems listed in the title. To understand the strength, and henceExpand
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Robustness of Frequency, Transition Dipole, and Coupling Maps for Water Vibrational Spectroscopy.
Infrared spectroscopy of the water OH stretch provides a sensitive probe of the local hydrogen-bonding structure and dynamics of water molecules. Previously, we have utilized a mixedExpand
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Cloning and characterization of a putative inhibitor of melanization from Anopheles gambiae
Phenoloxidases, including tyrosinases and laccases, are enzymes involved in the synthesis of melanin, a process that can be elicited during insect immune responses, cuticle maturation, wound healingExpand
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