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In situ measurements of the physical characteristics of Titan's environment
On the basis of previous ground-based and fly-by information, we knew that Titan's atmosphere was mainly nitrogen, with some methane, but its temperature and pressure profiles were poorly constrainedExpand
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Expression of the UNC-5 guidance receptor in the touch neurons of C. elegans steers their axons dorsally
GROWTH cones in developing nervous systems encounter a sequence of extracellular cues during migration1,2. In theory, a growth cone can navigate by selectively expressing or activating surfaceExpand
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Evolutionary Relationship of the Ligand-Gated Ion Channels and the Avermectin-Sensitive, Glutamate-Gated Chloride Channels
Abstract. Two cDNAs, GluClα and GluClβ, encoding glutamate-gated chloride channel subunits that represent targets of the avermectin class of antiparasitic compounds, have recently been cloned fromExpand
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MEC-12 , an α-tubulin required for touch sensitivity in C . elegans
The response to light touch along the body of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegansis mediated by six touch receptor neurons, ALML, ALMR, AVM, PVM, PLML, and PLMR (Chalfie and Sulston, 1981). GeneticExpand
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Analytic theory of Titan’s Schumann resonance: Constraints on ionospheric conductivity and buried water ocean
This study presents an approximate model for the atypical Schumann resonance in Titan's atmosphere that accounts for the observations of electromagnetic waves and the measurements of atmosphericExpand
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Titan's native ocean revealed beneath some 45 km of ice by a Schumann-like resonance
After five years of thorough analysis of data from the Huygens Probe that descended into Titan's atmosphere in January 2005, we report major findings inferred from measurements of low frequency wavesExpand
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New insights on Titan's plasma-driven Schumann resonance inferred from Huygens and Cassini data
Abstract After a preliminary analysis of the low-frequency data collected with the electric antenna of the Permittivity, Wave and Altimetry (PWA) experiment onboard the Huygens Probe that landed onExpand
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A high-throughput assay for modulators of ligand-gated chloride channels.
Invertebrate glutamate-gated chloride channels (GluCls) are important targets for anthelmintics and insecticides such as ivermectin. To facilitate screening for novel GluCl modulators, theExpand
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Electrostatic interaction between Interball-2 and the ambient plasma. 1. Determination of the spacecraft potential from current calculations
Abstract. The Interball-2 spacecraft travels at altitudes extending up to 20 000 km, and becomes positively charged due to the low-plasma densities encountered and the photoemission on its sunlitExpand
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Particle production in central Pb+Pb collisions at 158A GeV/c
The NA44 experiment has measured single-particle inclusive spectra for charged pions, kaons, and protons as a function of transverse mass near midrapidity in 158A GeV/c Pb+Pb collisions. From theExpand
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