Miles Hatfield

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Low-molecular-weight chromium-binding substance (LMWCr), also known as chromodulin, is a chromium-binding oligopeptide proposed to have a function in chromium transport and insulin signaling in mammals. In this work, LMWCr has been isolated and purified for the first time from non-mammalian sources: chicken and American alligator. Milligram quantities of(More)
The reaction of Cu(ClO(4))(2) x 6H(2)O, NaAsF(6) and excess pyrazole yields hexakis(pyrazole-kappa N(2))copper(II) bis(hexafluoroarsenate), [Cu(C(3)H(4)N(2))(6)](AsF(6))(2) or [Cu(pzH)(6)](AsF(6))(2) (pzH is pyrazole), (I). The analogous hexakis(pyrazole-kappa N(2))copper(II) hexafluorophosphate perchlorate complex,(More)
Some objects are mono-oriented, possessing a canonical or "preferred upright" orientation (Palmer at al., 1981; Jolicoeur, 1985). The implications of canonical orientations for theories of object recognition have been widely discussed (Rock, 1974; Tarr & Pinker, 1989; Ghose & Liu, 2013), but it remains unclear how "canonical" orientations fit into a theory(More)
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