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Iron traps terrestrially derived dissolved organic matter at redox interfaces
Reactive iron and organic carbon are intimately associated in soils and sediments. However, to date, the organic compounds involved are uncharacterized on the molecular level. At redox interfaces inExpand
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Constitutive Expression of the Proteorhodopsin Gene by a Flavobacterium Strain Representative of the Proteorhodopsin-Producing Microbial Community in the North Sea
ABSTRACT Proteorhodopsin (PR), a photoactive proton pump containing retinal, is present in approximately half of all bacteria in the ocean, but its physiological role is still unclear, since very fewExpand
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Molecular fractionation of dissolved organic matter with metal salts.
Coagulation of dissolved organic matter (DOM) by hydrolyzing metals is an important environmental process with particular relevance, e.g., for the cycling of organic matter in metal-rich aquaticExpand
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Lung Volume, Breathing Pattern and Ventilation Inhomogeneity in Preterm and Term Infants
Background Morphological changes in preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) have functional consequences on lung volume, ventilation inhomogeneity and respiratory mechanics. AlthoughExpand
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Radium-based pore water fluxes of silica, alkalinity, manganese, DOC, and uranium: A decade of studies in the German Wadden Sea
Abstract A decade of studies of metal and nutrient inputs to the back-barrier area of Spiekeroog Island, NW German Wadden Sea, have concluded that pore water discharge provides a significant sourceExpand
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Normative data for lung function and exhaled nitric oxide in unsedated healthy infants
Despite association with lung growth and long-term respiratory morbidity, there is a lack of normative lung function data for unsedated infants conforming to latest European RespiratoryExpand
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A method detection limit for the analysis of natural organic matter via Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.
Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance mass spectra (FT-ICR-MS) of natural organic matter are complex and consist of several thousands of peaks. The corresponding mass to charge ratios (m/z) andExpand
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Linking the Molecular Signature of Heteroatomic Dissolved Organic Matter to Watershed Characteristics in World Rivers.
Large world rivers are significant sources of dissolved organic matter (DOM) to the oceans. Watershed geomorphology and land use can drive the quality and reactivity of DOM. Determining the molecularExpand
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Benthic-pelagic coupling of nutrients and dissolved organic matter composition in an intertidal sandy beach
Abstract Subterranean estuaries (STEs) are important biogeochemical land–sea interfaces, where fresh groundwater mixes with seawater in coastal aquifers. However, the sources of dissolved organicExpand
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Severe viral respiratory infections in children with IFIH1 loss-of-function mutations
Significance Life-threatening susceptibility to common respiratory infections in previously healthy children can be indicative of pathogen-specific primary immunodeficiencies due to rare deleteriousExpand
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