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Perivascular adipose tissue in vascular function and disease: a review of current research and animal models.
Perivascular adipose tissue (PVAT), long assumed to be nothing more than vessel-supporting connective tissue, is now understood to be an important, active component of the vasculature, with integralExpand
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Melatonin as a Potent and Inducible Endogenous Antioxidant: Synthesis and Metabolism
Melatonin is a tryptophan-derived molecule with pleiotropic activities. It is present in almost all or all organisms. Its synthetic pathway depends on the species in which it is measured. ForExpand
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On Hedging American Options under Model Uncertainty
We consider as given a discrete time financial market with a risky asset and options written on that asset and determine both the sub- and super-hedging prices of an American option in the model independent framework of ArXiv:1305.6008. Expand
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Transport domain unlocking sets the uptake rate of an aspartate transporter
Glutamate transporters terminate neurotransmission by clearing synaptically released glutamate from the extracellular space, allowing repeated rounds of signalling and preventing glutamate-mediatedExpand
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Engineering vascular tissue with functional smooth muscle cells derived from human iPS cells and nanofibrous scaffolds.
Tissue-engineered blood vessels (TEBVs) are promising in the replacement of diseased vascular tissues. However, it remains a great challenge to obtain a sufficient number of functional smooth muscleExpand
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Channel Estimation for Millimeter-Wave Multiuser MIMO Systems via PARAFAC Decomposition
We consider the problem of uplink channel estimation for millimeter wave (mmWave) systems, where the base station (BS) and mobile stations (MSs) are equipped with large antenna arrays to provide sufficient beamforming gain for outdoor wireless communications. Expand
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Ultra-stable organic fluorophores for single-molecule research.
Fluorescence provides a mechanism for achieving contrast in biological imaging that enables investigations of molecular structure, dynamics, and function at high spatial and temporal resolution.Expand
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Single-molecule imaging of non-equilibrium molecular ensembles on the millisecond timescale
Single-molecule fluorescence microscopy is uniquely suited for detecting transient molecular recognition events, yet achieving the time resolution and statistics needed to realize this potential hasExpand
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Leucine supplementation via drinking water reduces atherosclerotic lesions in apoE null mice
Aim:Recent evidence suggests that the essential amino acid leucine may be involved in systemic cholesterol metabolism. In this study, we investigated the effects of leucine supplementation on theExpand
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Inference for linear models with dependent errors
Summary. The paper is concerned with inference for linear models with fixed regressors and weakly dependent stationary time series errors. Theoretically, we obtain asymptotic normality for theExpand
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