Five experiments present the first piece of evidence from online processing (self-paced reading and eyetracking) that omitting the middle verb in a double center embedding yields an illusion of grammaticality in English, but not in German. One commonly accepted explanation for the English illusion – based on data from offline acceptability ratings – is the… (More)
BACKGROUND For heterogeneous tissues, such as blood, measurements of gene expression are confounded by relative proportions of cell types involved. Conclusions have to rely on estimation of gene expression signals for homogeneous cell populations, e.g. by applying micro-dissection, fluorescence activated cell sorting, or in-silico deconfounding. We studied… (More)
PURPOSE High-density lipoproteins (HDL) have long been implicated in the pathogenesis of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). However, conflicting results have been reported with regard to the associations of AMD with HDL-cholesterol levels. The present study is the first to assess HDL composition and metrics of HDL function in patients with exudative… (More)
Proteomics have extended the list of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) associated proteins to about 90. One of the major issues of global protein characterization is establishing specificity of association as opposed to contamination, a fact which has never been addressed for isolated HDL. We have developed a refined purification strategy to isolate HDL by… (More)
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