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- Johannes Hirn, Nuria Rius, Verónica Sanz
- 2006

An SU (N f) × SU (N f) Yang-Mills theory on an extra-dimensional interval is considered, with appropriate symmetry-breaking boundary conditions on the IR brane. UV-brane to UV-brane correlators at high energies are compared with the OPE of two-point functions of QCD quark currents. Condensates correspond to departure from AdS of the (different) metrics felt… (More)

- Daniel Z Freedman, Gianluca Grignani, Kenneth Johnson, Nuria Rius
- 1992

The conformal symmetry of the QCD Lagrangian for massless quarks is broken both by renormalization effects and the gauge fixing procedure. Renormalized primitive divergent amplitudes have the property that their form away from the overall coincident point singularity is fully determined by the bare Lagrangian, and scale dependence is restricted to… (More)

We discuss whether the NuTeV anomaly can be explained, compatibly with all other data, by QCD effects (maybe, if the strange sea is asymmetric, or there is a tiny violation of isospin), new physics in propagators or couplings of the vector bosons (not really), loops of supersymmetric particles (no), dimension six operators (yes, for one specific SU(2)… (More)

- Nuria Rius, Verónica Sanz
- 1999

We calculate the baryon asymmetry generated at the electroweak phase transition in the minimal supersymmetric standard model, using a new method to compute the CP-violating asymmetry in the Higgsino flux reflected into the unbroken phase. The method is based on a Higgs insertion expansion. We find that the CP asymmetry at leading order is proportional to… (More)

The transposon BuT5 caused two chromosomal inversions fixed in two Drosophila species of the repleta group, D. mojavensis and D. uniseta. BuT5 copies are approximately 1-kb long, lack any coding capacity, and do not resemble any other transposable element (TE). Because of its elusive features, BuT5 has remained unclassified to date. To fully characterize… (More)

- N Rius, V Sanz
- 2001

We study dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking in the Randall-Sundrum scenario. We show that one extra dimension is enough to give the correct pattern of electroweak symmetry breaking in a simple model with gauge bosons and the right-handed top quark in the bulk. The top quark mass is also in agreement with experiment. Furthermore, we propose an extended… (More)

- L Randall, N Rius
- 1994

We present a detailed analysis of the use of heavy quark fragmentation into heavy hadrons for testing the heavy quark effective theory through comparison of the measured fragmentation parameters of the c and b quarks. Our analysis is entirely model independent. We interpret the known perturbative evolution in a way useful for exploiting heavy quark symmetry… (More)

- Laura Covi, Nuria Rius, Esteban Roulet, Francesco Vissani
- 1997

We compute the CP violating decay asymmetries relevant for baryogenesis scenarios involving the out of equilibrium decays of heavy particles, including the finite temperature effects arising from the background of light thermal particles which are present during the decay epoch. Thermal effects can modify the size of CP violation by a sizeable fraction in… (More)

- Ann E Nelson, Nuria Rius, Veronica Sanz, Mithat Unsal
- 2002

We propose a supersymmetric extension of the standard model which is a realistic alternative to the MSSM, and which has several advantages. No " µ " supersymmetric Higgs/Higgsino mass parameter is needed for sufficiently heavy charginos. An approximate U (1) R symmetry naturally guarantees that tan β is large, explaining the top/bottom quark mass hierarchy.… (More)

- Mattias Blennow, Basudeb Dasgupta, Enrique Fernandez-Martinez, Nuria Rius
- 2010

We discuss aidnogenesis 1 , i.e. the generation of a dark matter asymmetry, via new sphaleron processes associated to an extra non-abelian gauge symmetry common to both the visible and the dark sectors. Such a theory can naturally produce an abundance of asymmetric dark matter which is of the same size as the lepton and baryon asymmetries, as suggested by… (More)