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Ultrafast dynamics in isolated molecules and molecular clusters

I V Hertel, W Radloff
2006 Reports on progress in physics (Print)  
Thus, only some aspects of controlling and manipulating molecular reactions by shaped and/or very intense laser pulses are discussed briefly for particularly instructive examples, illustrating the perspectives  ...  Experimental tools and methods as well as theoretical models are described which have been developed to glean information on primary, ultrafast processes in photophysics, photochemistry and photobiology  ...  We also owe many thanks to F Noack for comments and support with the section on short laser pulses, C-P Schulz for providing material on the ultrafast spectroscopy of He-droplets and T Schultz for critically  ... 
doi:10.1088/0034-4885/69/6/r06 fatcat:thnjwzv3wzg3xd4droqjwx765u

Poster Sessions

2010 Journal of Vestibular Research-Equilibrium & Orientation  
However, the p13-n23 amplitude in group of 5 mA/1.0 ms was significantly larger than those in groups of 3 mA/1.0 ms and 5 mA/0.5 ms.  ...  The optimal cutoff values of acceleration magnitude in x-, y-and z-axis were 0.05 g, 0.12 g, and 0.04 g for eliciting oVEMPs, and 0.03 g, 0.06 g and 0.03 g for evoking cVEMPs, respectively.  ...  Thanks to Karl Beykirch, Michael Kerger, Harald Teufel & Joachim Tesch for technical assistance and scientific discussion.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ves-2010-0374 fatcat:ne5frimbnjghpedrfpz5vz55fu

37th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences

2002 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
The baseline computed tomographic (CT) scan may be a useful tool for choosing patients who could particularly benefit from thrombolysis.  ...  When patients were stratified into two groups, ASPECTS >7 and ASPECTS <, 7, with thrombolysis the relative risk of an independent functional outcome in the high ASPECTS group was 5.0 (95% CI 1.3-19.2)  ...  P-088 Effects of Ih blockers, CsCl and ZD7288, on inherited epilepsy of Mongolian gerbil N. Saito. M. Taira, K. Yamamoto, H. Miyata, M. Yano, S.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100049775 fatcat:j5rigejlgbhpzgev3esb4cq4em

30th Meeting of the Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences

1995 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
Brain biopsy appears as the only reliable diagnostic tool. The clinical and radiological features of our case will be discussed and the literature will be reveiwed.  ...  Tetraethylammonium (TEA) and CsCl were used to examine for delayed rectifier ("slow") and inward rectifier (IR) channels.  ...  There is increasing evidence that perturbations in control of specific components of the molecular cell cycle machinery may be responsible for the uncontrolled growth of a cancer cell.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100039391 fatcat:fwwo37zgenhvjajrjm4ijwzqbe

Résumés du Congrès TIAFT - ICADTS (28-30 août 2007, Seattle, USA)

2007 Annales de Toxicologie Analytique  
A toxicology report was not attached in 1,420 (18.5%) cases and the remaining 4,152 external cause cases contained a negative result for alcohol.  ...  CONCLUSIONS: The study results provide, for the first time in Australia, a systematic examination of the epidemiology of licit and illicit drugs in injury deaths due to all mechanisms.  ...  is controversial.  ... 
doi:10.1051/ata:2007030 fatcat:fygdhm2w5rec5dug7xsnq477wm

Abstracts Of Communications

1996 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  
effect of the preload (served at 08.30 hours with 300 ml water) on self-reported appetite ratings (100 mm visual analogue scales, VAS) and on the intake of a test meal 4 h later (direct measurement).  ...  The aim of the present study was to compare the effect on appetite ratings and food consumption of two preloads of sponge cake of identical energy and macronutrient composition (energy value 3238 KJ; fat  ...  *** * The authors thank expatriate and local field staff of M6dicins Sans Frontihres and Action Internationale Contra la Faim for their help in collecting data.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0029665196000419 fatcat:os56cfo5mnbjzltxl3ylrdklki

Arguing on-line and off: a study of students' argumentation in the context of computer-mediated discussion and individually written assignments

Sylvia Valerie Jones
2006
Learning (henceforth CSCL) (e.g.  ...  The group is further divided into small groups of about six students for the purpose of computer-mediated small group discussion.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000f668 fatcat:phvh56yyh5eyrdfq6cc6kjbenu

Focus on IFLA

Stephen Parker
2009 IFLA Journal  
Ben Alberti and Catherine Dibble, who read the earlier version of the paper and made helpful comments. Revised version of a paper presented at the World Library and Information  ...  Acknowledgments The author gratefully acknowledges her mentors in the library and information science fi eld, Tovah Reis, Catherine Dibble and Dr.  ...  The next paper reports the results of a series of interviews and focus group discussions organized by Peter G.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0340035209105664 fatcat:xymg3rb5pffd5lciuka72pghra

COLLA 2014 Seville, Spain COLLA 2014 Editors COLLA 2014 Committee COLLA Advisory Committee COLLA 2014 Technical Program Committee

Pascal Lorenz, Howard Spoelstra, Henric Johnson, Alessandro Campi, Politecnico Di Milano, Anna Kocurova, Jérôme Dantan, France, Mateusz Adamczyk, Lasse Berntzen, Howard Spoelstra, Wendy Lucas (+71 others)
Foreword The Fourth International Conference on Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications (COLLA 2014), held between   unpublished
a series of events dedicated to advanced collaborative networks, systems and applications, focusing on new mechanisms, infrastructures, services, tools and benchmarks.  ...  We hope that COLLA 2014 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and for the promotion of progress in the field of collaborative networks  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work presented in this paper was supported by the National Science Foundation grants NSF CBET-1028374 and NSF OCI-1047828.  ... 
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Mitochondrial Genomes in Invertebrate Animals [chapter]

Dennis V. Lavrov
2018 Molecular Life Sciences  
Emphasis is placed on the physiology of such transporters, based on inherited disorders and syndromes in humans and the phenotypic characteristics of genetically modified mice.  ...  Synopsis This entry summarizes the principal characteristics of sodium-dependent, active (SGLT; Wright et al. 2011) and facilitative (GLUT; Augustin 2010) sugar transport in mammalian cells, primarily  ...  Acknowledgments Research in the author's laboratory is supported by grants from the NIH and from the Ellison Medical Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1531-2_111 fatcat:eae6qeofajhcpb6oouiprxvvl4

Mitochondrial Genomes in Unicellular Relatives of Animals [chapter]

Dennis V. Lavrov, B. Franz Lang
2018 Molecular Life Sciences  
Emphasis is placed on the physiology of such transporters, based on inherited disorders and syndromes in humans and the phenotypic characteristics of genetically modified mice.  ...  Synopsis This entry summarizes the principal characteristics of sodium-dependent, active (SGLT; Wright et al. 2011) and facilitative (GLUT; Augustin 2010) sugar transport in mammalian cells, primarily  ...  Acknowledgments Research in the author's laboratory is supported by grants from the NIH and from the Ellison Medical Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1531-2_178 fatcat:mr7xj2knebc2rpjg5sdgtfbmzq

Abstracts of the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements 2011 [article]

Vitu, Françoise; CNRS, Université De Provence, Castet, Eric; CNRS, Université De La Méditerranée, Goffart, Laurent; CNRS, Université De La Méditerranée
2001
We are also indebted to her for making the conference possible and for making it an exceptional event with her insightful ideas and her remakable and unique efficiency.  ...  SR Research was the main partner of ECEM 2011 and we are indebted to them. We also greatly thank all other sponsors for their support:  ...  How can we distinguish between feedforward and feedback competition? The key is the effect of changing stimulus salience.  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.4.3.1 fatcat:5ttwswfz7beanlztoni3bpbz4q

Annotations of maps in collaborative work at a distance

Mauro Cherubini
2008
and synchronous discussions.  ...  The reasons for this failure are attributed to the lack of a critical mass of users (social network), the lack of useful content, and limited social awareness.  ...  -Automating the provision of location information, creating a sort of spatial awareness for group work, was shown to have effects, both positive and negative, on collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-4116 fatcat:cho3npjkd5fd3lb2gzxxs363fm

Knowledge communities in online education and (visual) knowledge management. 19. Workshop GeNeMe '16 as part of IFKAD 2016. Proceedings of 19th conference GeNeMe. Dresden, 15.-17.06.2016 [article]

:null, Thomas [Hrsg.] Köhler, Eric [Hrsg.] Schoop, Nina [Hrsg.] Kahnwald
2021
In addition, systems and approaches for feedback, exchange, and ideas are presented.  ...  With the focus of knowledge media design and visual research as well as creative processes, this time there is also a highlight on visual aspects of knowledge management and mediation. (DIPF/Orig.)  ...  "Lehrpraxis im Transfer" is coordinated by "Hochschuldidaktisches Zentrum Sachsen" (approximately translated: Saxon Centre on Higher Education) and funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and  ... 
doi:10.25656/01:22404 fatcat:k5xbgqrywrf3xbj5dccrjrjo2y

Interaction and Engagement in Online Education: Impacts of Student Characteristics and Perceptions

Afrooz Purarjomandlangrudi, University, My, David Chen
2018
Although previous studies have discussed factors influencing student online interaction and engagement, there is a lack of research investigating the dynamics of these relationships and discussing the  ...  In learning, interaction between students themselves, with the course content, and course instructors is important for conveying information, enhancing teaching quality, giving directions, and many more  ...  Interaction • Easy to use, discuss, and focus • Group discussion and live chat • More interaction with visual representation • Involved with course content Learning outcome • Post-lecture  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3271 fatcat:is7pvttywfhm5lixub3csbaz5i
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