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Patrick White: A Bibliography, by Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith

Chris Gordon-Craig
2005 Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada. Cahiers de la Societe bibliographique du Canada. Bibliographical Society of Canada  
Naturally, Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith acknowledge all these previous works in their "Introduction."  ...  This new bibliography by Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith is competently prepared, amply complete, sparklingly printed, and thoroughly researched.  ... 
doi:10.33137/pbsc.v43i1.18429 fatcat:jb4zaq67yjg3hfqwu2dapzo6ii

White-Footed Ant, Technomyrmex albipes (Fr. Smith) (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae)

Jack Warner, Rudolf H. Scheffrahn, Brian Cabrera
1969 EDIS  
The white-footed ant, Technomyrmex albipes (Fr. Smith) has been making news in Florida over the last few years as a pest ant of major importance.  ...  EENY-273/IN551: White-Footed Ant, Technomyrmex difficilis (=albipes) Forel (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) (ufl.edu)  ...  Smith). Credits: J. Warner and R.H. Scheffrahn, University of Florida Figure 5 . 5 White-footed ants, Technomyrmex albipes (Fr. Smith), trailing on a building. Credits: R.H.  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-in551-2002 fatcat:354gmepct5c3hksccd2vy67jda

Issues in World Politics [chapter]

Brian White, Richard Little, Michael Smith
1997 Issues in World Politics  
xiv 1 Issues in World Politics Brian White, Richard Little and Michael Smith 1 The End of the Cold War and a New Global Agenda?  ...  White, Richard Little and Michael Smith The Selection of Issues Links between Issues Issues and Contemporary World Politics Conclusion Preface ix Notes on the Contributors xi List of Abbreviations  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-25639-6_1 fatcat:2l3cwtvpdvdkhjakbgaco5gtwi

Wage and Occupational Differences between Black and White Men: Labor Market Discrimination in the Rural South

Lewis H. Smith, Vernon M. Briggs, Brian Rungeling, James O. Smith
1978 Southern Economic Journal  
The difference in labor force participation among workers in the rural South is discussed in Scott, Smith and Rungeling [15] . Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner.  ...  the ratio of the sum of the coefficients of the black wage equation applied to mean values of the variables for whites and a similar computation involving the white equation to obtain the white mean.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1057632 fatcat:pevcsgiwovcjzbphka6wtmwrwu

Immunocompetent Mouse Model for Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus [article]

David W Hawman, Kimberly Meade-White, Shanna Leventhal, Friederike Feldmann, Atsushi Okumura, Brian Smith, Dana Scott, Heinz Feldmann
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Viral 204 antigen was located primarily in the white and red pulp within mononuclear cells morphologically 205 consistent with macrophages (Supplemental Figure 4) .  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.11.05.369520 fatcat:tnkhi54fhzf6tok3klyqivrqm4

Resolving intravoxel white matter structures in the human brain using regularized regression and clustering

Andrea Hart, Brianna Smith, Sean Smith, Elijah Sales, Jacqueline Hernandez-Camargo, Yarlin Mayor Garcia, Felix Zhan, Lori Griswold, Brian Dunkelberger, Michael R. Schwob, Sharang Chaudhry, Justin Zhan (+2 others)
2019 Journal of Big Data  
Axons, referred to as white matter, tend to be interior to grey matter [1] .  ...  Additionally, there have been multiple attempts to obtain high angular resolution of white matter fiber.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40537-019-0223-2 fatcat:aptnirkqo5a7rkkuiovc47vhwm

White matter diffusion alterations in normal women at risk of Alzheimer's disease

Charles D. Smith, Himachandra Chebrolu, Anders H. Andersen, David A. Powell, Mark A. Lovell, Shuling Xiong, Brian T. Gold
2010 Neurobiology of Aging  
We sought to determine whether similar alterations of white matter occur in normal individuals at risk of AD.  ...  Increased white matter mean diffusivity and decreased fractional anisotropy (FA) has been observed in subjects diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD).  ...  et al., 1999 (Smith et al., , 2002 .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2008.08.006 pmid:18801597 pmcid:PMC2873054 fatcat:yu5o7loxm5crxf4aj3nbazeaai

Alterations in multiple measures of white matter integrity in normal women at high risk for Alzheimer's disease

Brian T. Gold, David K. Powell, Anders H. Andersen, Charles D. Smith
2010 NeuroImage  
There is evidence that disruption of white matter (WM) microstructure is an early event in the course of Alzheimer's disease (AD).  ...  Groups were matched for age, education, neuropsychological performance, and vascular factors that could affect white matter.  ...  Maps are referenced to a standard human white matter atlas(Mori et al., 2005).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.05.036 pmid:20493952 pmcid:PMC2910213 fatcat:ouvqfuqp3bhwhmbtvnsuigclui

The costs and determinants of order aggressiveness

Mark D Griffiths, Brian F Smith, D.Alasdair S Turnbull, Robert W White
2000 Journal of Financial Economics  
This paper examines the costs and determinants of order aggressiveness. Aggressive orders have larger price impacts but smaller opportunity costs than passive orders. Price impacts are ampli"ed by large orders, small "rms, and volatile stock prices. To minimize the implementation shortfall, the optimal strategy is to enter buy (sell) orders at the bid (ask). Aggressive buy (sell) orders tend to follow other aggressive buy (sell) orders and occur when bid}ask spreads are narrow and depth on the
more » ... ame (opposite) side of the limit book is large (small). Aggressive buys are more likely than sells to be motivated by information. 2000 Elsevier Science S.A. All rights reserved. JEL classixcation: G15; G24 Keywords: Price impact; Limit orders 0304-405X/00/$ -see front matter 2000 Elsevier Science S.A. All rights reserved. PII: S 0 3 0 4 -4 0 5 X ( 9 9 ) 0 0 0 5 9 -8
doi:10.1016/s0304-405x(99)00059-8 fatcat:nfbcq2wh3vfgjkhobmbtdwwyai

Immunocompetent mouse model for Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus

David W Hawman, Kimberly Meade-White, Shanna Leventhal, Friederike Feldmann, Atsushi Okumura, Brian Smith, Dana Scott, Heinz Feldmann
2021 eLife  
Viral antigen was located primarily in the white and red pulp within mononuclear cells morphologically consistent with macrophages (Figure 4 -figure supplement 1).  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.63906 pmid:33416494 pmcid:PMC7811403 fatcat:v2chtyzaazfw7aqmzggcrpuxza

NuSTAR Observation of Energy Release in Eleven Solar Microflares [article]

Jessie Duncan, Lindsay Glesener, Brian W. Grefenstette, Juliana Vievering, Iain G. Hannah, David M. Smith, Säm Krucker, Stephen M. White, Hugh Hudson
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Solar flares are explosive releases of magnetic energy. Hard X-ray (HXR) flare emission originates from both hot (millions of Kelvin) plasma and nonthermal accelerated particles, giving insight into flare energy release. The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope ARray (NuSTAR) utilizes direct focusing optics to attain much higher sensitivity in the HXR range than that of previous indirect imagers. This paper presents eleven NuSTAR microflares from two active regions (AR 12671 on 2017 August 21, and
more » ... 12712 on 2018 May 29). The temporal, spatial, and energetic properties of each are discussed in context with previously published HXR brightenings. They are seen to display several 'large-flare' properties, such as impulsive time profiles and earlier peaktimes in higher energy HXRs. For two events where active region background could be removed, microflare emission did not display spatial complexity: differing NuSTAR energy ranges had equivalent emission centroids. Finally, spectral fitting showed a high energy excess over a single thermal model in all events. This excess was consistent with additional higher-temperature plasma volumes in 10/11 microflares, and consistent only with an accelerated particle distribution in the last. Previous NuSTAR studies focused on one or a few microflares at a time, making this the first to collectively examine a sizable number of events. Additionally, this paper introduces an observed variation in the NuSTAR gain unique to the extremely low-livetime (<1%) regime, and establishes a correction method to be used in future NuSTAR solar spectral analysis.
arXiv:2011.06651v1 fatcat:tsbqcuax75hfdi3vjgmcy37muq

Deep-red fluorescent imaging probe for bacteria

Alexander G. White, Brian D. Gray, Koon Yan Pak, Bradley D. Smith
2012 Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters  
A versatile deep-red fluorescent imaging probe is described that is comprised of a bis(zinc(II)dipicolylamine) targeting unit covalently attached to a pentamethine carbocyanine fluorophore with Cy5-like spectroscopic properties. A titration assay based on fluorescence resonance energy transfer is used to prove that the probe selectively associates with anionic vesicle membranes whose composition mimics bacterial cell membranes. Whole-body optical imaging experiments show that the probe
more » ... s with the surfaces of both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria cells, and it can target the site of bacterial infection in a living mouse. In vivo accumulation at the infection site and subsequent clearance occurs more quickly than a structurally related near-infrared bis(zinc(II)-dipicolylamine) probe. The fact that the same deep-red probe molecule can be used for spectroscopic assays, cell microscopy, and in vivo imaging studies, is an important and attractive technical feature. Keywords fluorescent molecular probe; imaging bacterial infection; zinc dipicolylamine; in vivo imaging; optical imaging; FRET Over the last five years we have developed a series of fluorescent bis(zinc(II)dipicolylamine) (bis(Zn-DPA)) imaging probes that target anionic membranes and these molecular probes have proven useful for optical imaging of two major classes of cells: dead and dying mammalian cells and bacterial cells. 1 Initially, we synthesized blue and green emitting bis(Zn-DPA) probes that were suitable for bacterial cell studies using flow cytometry and fluorescence microscopy. 2 We have also developed a near-infrared version that is very effective for in vivo imaging studies of infection models in rodents. 3 Imaging probes that incorporate a deep-red fluorophore with excitation/emission wavelengths that match the common Cy5 filter set (approximately 645/665 nm) in microscopes, microarrays, and flow cytometers are particularly useful. 4 This wavelength region is still visible to the eye of a microscope operator which facilitates microscopic studies, yet it is sufficiently red to allow effective in vivo imaging in living animals. 4c,d Performance limitations, due to
doi:10.1016/j.bmcl.2012.02.078 pmid:22424976 pmcid:PMC3321076 fatcat:v25jn7wjsrffxbcw676trnkr44

Age-related slowing of task switching is associated with decreased integrity of frontoparietal white matter

Brian T. Gold, David K. Powell, Liang Xuan, Greg A. Jicha, Charles D. Smith
2010 Neurobiology of Aging  
White matter (WM) ROIs bordering the cortical network showing task switching activation were then selected to explore potential relationships between task switching reaction time (RT) cost and fractional  ...  methods (Smith et al., 2000a,b) .  ...  Similarly, recent imaging studies have demonstrated the largest age-related decreases in white matter volume in the genu of the corpus callosum and forceps region (Smith et al., 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2008.04.005 pmid:18495298 pmcid:PMC2815097 fatcat:htbcw4dpffda3h4fjfekfxo2vy

New Ideas in Baryogenesis: A Snowmass White Paper [article]

Gilly Elor, Julia Harz, Seyda Ipek, Bibhushan Shakya, Nikita Blinov, Raymond T. Co, Yanou Cui, Arnab Dasgupta, Hooman Davoudiasl, Fatemeh Elahi, Kåre Fridell, Akshay Ghalsasi (+12 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This white paper provides an overview of such recent theoretical developments with an emphasis on experimental testability.  ...  Freeze-In Baryogenesis via Dark Matter Oscillations Contributors: Brian Shuve and David Tucker-Smith In models of freeze-in DM [133] [134] [135] , the DM states are out of equilibrium for most or all  ...  The goal of this white paper is to provide an overview of such proposals.  ... 
arXiv:2203.05010v2 fatcat:k6trnq5mrbhkjb3bdg2tlubmye

White matter integrity and vulnerability to Alzheimer's disease: Preliminary findings and future directions

Brian T. Gold, Nathan F. Johnson, David K. Powell, Charles D. Smith
2012 Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Basis of Disease  
A body of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) work has demonstrated declines in white matter (WM) microstructure in AD and its typical prodromal state, amnestic mild cognitive impairment.  ...  Adapted from Smith et al. (2010) with permission. Table 1 1 White matter tracts showing integrity declines (FA decreases and/or MD increases) in AD risk studies.  ...  ., 2010 FSL-TBSS 57 CING, FORNIX, CC, ILF, IFOF/UNC Smith et al., 2010 FSL-TBSS 65 PHW, CING, CC, ILF/IFOF Bendlin et al., 2010 SPM-VBM 136 HC, CING, IFOF/UNC, CC Heise et al., in press FSL-TBSS  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bbadis.2011.07.009 pmid:21803153 pmcid:PMC3213315 fatcat:f5a67z5smncrveicqhm4tf2afi
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