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Robert C. Miller, Haoqi Zhang, Eric Gilbert, Elizabeth Gerber
2014 Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work & social computing - CSCW '14  
doi:10.1145/2531602.2531703 dblp:conf/cscw/MillerZGG14 fatcat:c3vovetarzglpc5fdmco6fajqu

Cooperatively improving tallgrass prairie with adaptive management

Marissa Ahlering, Daren Carlson, Sara Vacek, Sarah Jacobi, Victoria Hunt, Jessica C. Stanton, Melinda G. Knutson, Eric Lonsdorf
2020 Ecosphere  
Daren Carlson, Sara Vacek, Eric Lonsdorf, and Melinda Knutson conceived the ideas; Eric Lonsdorf, Sarah Jacobi, and Vicky Hunt designed methodology; Marissa Ahlering, Sara Vacek, and Daren Carlson collected  ...  the data; Marissa Ahlering, Daren Carlson, Sara Vacek, Eric Lonsdorf, Sarah Jacobi, and Vicky Hunt analyzed the data with the AM model; Jessica Stanton ran the generalized linear model analysis; Marissa  ...  The mean annual temperature and precipitation for the region range from 3.2°C and 47.2 cm in the north to 7.8°C and 74.9 cm in the south (based on data range 1981-2010; https://www.usclima tedata.com/climate  ... 
doi:10.1002/ecs2.3095 fatcat:rjun7ovit5dgpluig4plxumyb4

Cooperative Movement Of Wild-type Kinesin And Velocity-deficient Mutants

Adam G. Larson, Eric C. Landahl, Sarah E. Rice
2009 Biophysical Journal  
We hypothesize that the tail binding-site will include the extreme C-terminus of tubulin, which we will test by measuring the affinity of tail for tubulin with its C-terminal residues cleaved.  ...  We plan to examine whether this cooperativity is positive (WT motors accelerating VKN mutant movement) or negative (VKN slowing down WT). 694-Pos Board B573 Kinesin Chimera Protein Fused with Calmodulin  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2008.12.614 fatcat:epyeyqsg6vgaxbe4tridg7teie

Replicated distributed programs

Eric C. Cooper
1985 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
'i my parents, Herbert and Joan Cooper; " mny brother, Paul Cooper; -,. To my amily my prens, Hrbet an Jon Coper i i. . . .. . . . . . . S. .  ...  Since a call c' < c does not return before c if and only if the execution of c' contains c, Callstack(c) =(4 c E Exec(c)) Theorem 3 . 4 . 34 H<, can be written uniquely in the form (co,..., c)Bj ...  ... 
doi:10.1145/323627.323635 fatcat:2bwjewrlpvelpaiehog6tuqf6e

Energetics of Cyclic AMP Binding to HCN Channel C Terminus Reveal Negative Cooperativity

Sarah S. Chow, Filip Van Petegem, Eric A. Accili
2011 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
Cyclic AMP binds to the HCN channel C terminus and variably stabilizes its open state.  ...  All proteins were expressed in Escherichia coli Rosetta (DE3) pLacI grown in 2ϫ YT media at 37°C, except for HCN1J and ⌬AB-HCN1J, which were grown at 25°C, and induced with 0.4 mM isopropyl-1-thio-␤-D-galactopyranoside  ...  terminus, the thermodynamic basis for negative cooperativity is completely entropic.  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.m111.269563 pmid:22084239 pmcid:PMC3249114 fatcat:6a3j4t5ct5dmdmj2v3c3mfxtlm

Cooperative effects in the oxidation of CO by palladium oxide cations

Arthur C. Reber, Shiv N. Khanna, Eric C. Tyo, Christopher L. Harmon, A. W. Castleman
2011 Journal of Chemical Physics  
We examine the effect of oxygen sites, cooperative ligands, and spin including two-state reactivity.  ...  Cooperative reactivity plays an important role in the oxidation of CO to CO 2 by palladium oxide cations and offers insight into factors which influence catalysis.  ...  The cooperative reactivity observed in the radical O sites has also been examined; we find different behaviors, which depend on the cooperative compound and spin.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3669428 pmid:22191871 fatcat:v45v46kuyrayjfb2nvtttxajg4

"The Four Cs of Disaster Partnering: Communication, Cooperation, Coordination and Collaboration"

Eric C. Martin, Isabella M. Nolte, Emma Vitolo
2014 Academy of Management Proceedings  
If coordination with what third cooperation of our lives "C" Word. Cooperation is the hallmark of the behavior of all companies with the corporate culture.  ...  One of the reasons for the separation between cooperation and coordination, communication and great organizations is that these ''C" words are, at best, and controls.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2014.13532abstract fatcat:uchsj7wm7reklln42qoibc44hq

C-Maf Cooperates With NFAT2 to Augment HIV-1 Transcription in IL-4 Producing CD4 T Cells

Johnson Leanne, Chen Eric, Clausell Adrian, Zhang Mingce, Cron Randy
2005 Retrovirology  
NFAT2 has previously been implicated in Th2 cytokine expression and appears to cooperate with c-maf in binding to the HIV-1 LTR.  ...  Functionally, over-expression of cmaf in primary human CD4 T cells cooperatively increases HIV-1 transcription when co-expressed with NFAT1 and 2, and silencing endogenous c-maf expression in primed human  ... 
doi:10.1186/1742-4690-2-s1-p103 doaj:702630675b5b479abf3e75d4565bbb26 fatcat:3smhexxkujgtfiyhcvvf4t2qqe

Do social spiders cooperate in predator defense and foraging without a web?

Eric C. Yip, Linda S. Rayor
2011 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  
However, active cooperation was rare, and older spiders gained no foraging benefit by remaining in their natal colony.  ...  Nearly all social spiders spin prey-capture webs, and many of the benefits proposed for sociality in spiders, such as cooperative prey capture and reduced silk costs, appear to depend on a mutually shared  ...  Four adult males contacted the solitary huntsman and ignored it a c bFig. 4A flowchart of a adult female, b subadult and adult male, and c juvenile behavior in response to the introduction of solitary  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00265-011-1203-5 fatcat:a67ukg34u5bcbhjzna6jkkysrm

Metabolic cooperativity between Porphyromonas gingivalis and Treponema denticola

Lin Xin Kin, Catherine A. Butler, Nada Slakeski, Brigitte Hoffmann, Stuart G. Dashper, Eric C. Reynolds
2020 Journal of Oral Microbiology  
These symbioses are underpinned by a range of metabolic interactions including cooperative hydrolysis of glycine-containing peptides to produce free glycine, which T. denticola uses as a major energy and  ...  One sample was centrifuged (4,000x g, 10 min, 4°C) to remove P. gingivalis cells, snap-frozen with liquid nitrogen and stored at −80°C for later glycine quantification whilst the other was used for the  ...  Three putative protease-encoding genes of P. gingivalis that were likely to contribute to cooperative free glycine release, PG0753, PG1605, and PG1788, were identified.  ... 
doi:10.1080/20002297.2020.1808750 pmid:32944158 pmcid:PMC7482830 fatcat:wqbwaqzcrrhuzaoorvrcsewqwu

Cooperative electrolyte-PEG interactions drive the signal amplification in a solid-state nanopore [article]

Chalmers C Chau, Fabio Marcuccio, Dimitrios Soulias, Martin Andrew Edwards, Sheena E Radford, Eric W Hewitt, Paolo Actis
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
ORCID Chalmers C.  ...  Supporting Information (Detailed Methods and Supporting Figures) (PDF) AUTHOR INFORMATION Corresponding Author Eric W.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.11.01.466478 fatcat:2qgyiueayrbfvirp75yktlkyzy

Replicated distributed programs

Eric C. Cooper
1985 Proceedings of the tenth ACM symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '85  
'i my parents, Herbert and Joan Cooper; " mny brother, Paul Cooper; -,. To my amily my prens, Hrbet an Jon Coper i i. . . .. . . . . . . S. .  ...  Since a call c' < c does not return before c if and only if the execution of c' contains c, Callstack(c) =(4 c E Exec(c)) Theorem 3 . 4 . 34 H<, can be written uniquely in the form (co,..., c)Bj ...  ... 
doi:10.1145/323647.323635 dblp:conf/sosp/Cooper85 fatcat:cgtdxuj4n5dkxm2mbcqnyd4zie

Structural Basis of Affinity Maturation and Intramolecular Cooperativity in a Protein-Protein Interaction

Sangwoo Cho, Chittoor P. Swaminathan, Jianying Yang, Melissa C. Kerzic, Rongjin Guan, Michele C. Kieke, David M. Kranz, Roy A. Mariuzza, Eric J. Sundberg
2005 Structure  
Also, its affinity maturation is restricted by negative intramolecular cooperativity.  ...  Correlating crystallographically observed structural changes with measured energetic changes reveals molecular bases for affinity maturation, intramolecular cooperativity, and context-dependent binding  ...  (C-E) (C) The C g2 atom of the mutant residue V52 Vb affects the relative conformation of the HV4 loop, in which another variant residue, Q72 Vb , resides.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.str.2005.08.015 pmid:16338406 pmcid:PMC2746401 fatcat:75iuudioqvg5xhqohbhiluv62a

On- and Off-Cycle Catalyst Cooperativity in Anion-Binding Catalysis

David D. Ford, Dan Lehnherr, C. Rose Kennedy, Eric N. Jacobsen
2016 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
Insight into this mode of catalyst cooperativity sheds light on the practical limitations that have plagued many of the H-bond donor-catalyzed reactions developed to date and suggests design strategies  ...  Taken together, these results indicate that C-C bond formation is rate-and enantioselectivity-determining.  ...  Such linked catalysts may also provide insight into the nature of the cooperativity between the catalysts in the transition structure.  ... 
doi:10.1021/jacs.6b04686 pmid:27276389 pmcid:PMC5108296 fatcat:pziwtw2hd5gu5a4bux5fstk3iu

Mechanism of cooperative behaviour in systems of slow and fast molecular motors

Adam G. Larson, Eric C. Landahl, Sarah E. Rice
2009 Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP  
Because of this, a sharp, highly cooperative transition occurs from slow to fast microtubule movement as the relative number of fast motors in the assay is increased.  ...  This results in more variability in the velocity of moving microtubules observed in experiments (Figure 2 C, D) .  ...  (1) In the absence of any cooperative behavior, a plot of vs. should yield a straight line.  ... 
doi:10.1039/b900968j pmid:19506764 pmcid:PMC2745065 fatcat:z3z7vcvnmnhfxnkp2y3dgkaxyq
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