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Sefer Yehudith (The Book of Judith)

Frank Zimmermann, Yehoshua M. Grintz
1958 Journal of Biblical Literature  
Grintz sets as his main objective (111 pages) to reconstruct the original Hebrew of Judith from the Greek.  ...  OT BOOK REVIEWS 265 Sefer Yehudith (The Book of Judith), by Yehoshua M. Grintz. Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute, 1957. Pp. xii+244.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3264111 fatcat:h7pdruucznastdxyhmi3kzmc3e

Aids for the Recovery of the Hebrew Original of Judith

Frank Zimmermann
1938 Journal of Biblical Literature  
AIDS FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE HEBREW ORIGINAL OF JUDITH FRANK ZIMMERMANN CCORDING to Fritzsche,t the ,Greek translation of the book of Judith is extant in three recensions: 1, that of the uncials and the  ...  Das Buch Judith. 2 Comp. op. cit., 118. 67  ... 
doi:10.2307/3259544 fatcat:l3ojvuzfrbhbvmmcqskpt4qtna

'Home, Smart Home' – Exploring End Users' Mental Models of Smart Homes

Verena Zimmermann, Merve Bennighof, Miriam Edel, Oliver Hofmann, Judith Jung, Melina von Wick
2018 Mensch & Computer  
Jung, Judith Judith Franziska Jung is studying psychology (M.Sc.) at Technische Universität Darmstadt. Besides her studies she works in the fields of corporate health management and systemic coaching.  ... 
doi:10.18420/muc2018-ws08-0539 dblp:conf/mc/ZimmermannBEHJW18 fatcat:igne5ltxufbgjczdfyjjghsyty

Aus dem Herzen der Finsternis: Kritisches Lesen und wirkliches Zuhören der konstruktivistischen Normenforschung. Eine Replik auf Stephan Engelkamp, Katharina Glaab und Judith Renner

Nicole Deitelhoff, Lisbeth Zimmermann
2013 Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen  
Wie (kritische) Normenforschung ihre Stimme wiederfinden kann« (ZIB 2/2012) plädieren Stephan Engelkamp, Katharina Glaab und Judith Renner für ein poststrukturalistisch informiertes, kritisches Forschungsprogramm  ...  Judith Renner schlagen in ihrem Beitrag für eine kritische Normenforschung ein poststrukturalistisches, hegemoniekritisches Programm vor, das einem affirmativen Mainstream der konstruktivistischen Normenforschung  ... 
doi:10.5771/0946-7165-2013-1-61 fatcat:xjwjiltjhzev5n5qcsgmvyhofm

"Siegfried Weischenberg / Maja Malik / Armin Scholl (2006): Die Souffleure der Mediengesellschaft. Report über die Journalisten in Deutschland. Konstanz: UVK Andy Kaltenbrunner / Matthias Karmasin / Daniela Kraus / Astrid Zimmermann (2007): Der Journalisten-Report. Österreichs Medien und ihre Macher – eine empirische Erhebung. U. Mitarb. von Judith Leitner. Wien: Facultas"

Walter Hömberg
2008 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2008-3-4-455 fatcat:rzpqwn7ucfgjxm3k3hmjugh3me

Fabrication and characterization of whispering-gallery-mode resonators made of polymers

Judith R. Schwesyg, Tobias Beckmann, Anne S. Zimmermann, Karsten Buse, Daniel Haertle
2009 Optics Express  
High-quality whispering-gallery-mode resonators made of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) are fabricated by simple mechanical turning and polishing according to a technique used by Ilchenko et al. to produce crystalline whispering-gallery-mode resonators with high quality factors (Q-factors). The high-Q PMMA resonators are investigated in two wavelength regimes: in the near infrared between the wavelengths 1470 and 1580 nm and at the wavelength 635 nm. The Q-factor in the infrared regime is limited
more » ... by material absorption to 3 × 10 5 . At 635 nm the Q-factor is limited by surface scattering only and reaches 4 × 10 7 , which is a new record for polymers.
doi:10.1364/oe.17.002573 pmid:19219160 fatcat:uvdudqlxv5bcdoer42dtqmdv2u

Formate - Vernetzung - Perspektiven. Workshop für historisch arbeitende Vereine in Sachsen

Judith Matzke, Gunnar B. Zimmermann, Thekla Kluttig, Claudia Vater, Klaus Reichmann, Martin Munke
2021 Sächsische Heimatblätter  
Siehe hierzu auch jüngst: Judith Matzke/Martin Munke: Landes(zeit)geschichte und Soziale Medien.  ...  Formate -Vernetzung -Perspektiven Workshop für historisch arbeitende Vereine in Sachsen Einführung Judith Matzke Festsaal des Stadtmuseums Dresden während des Workshops Foto: Robert Matzke Bürgerschaftliches  ... 
doi:10.52410/ fatcat:nzz5g6efyndzhblm4ypl7zgio4

Targeted Disruption of theInsl3Gene Causes Bilateral Cryptorchidism

Stephan Zimmermann, Gerd Steding, Judith M. A. Emmen, Albert O. Brinkmann, Karim Nayernia, Adolf F. Holstein, Wolfgang Engel, Ibrahim M. Adham
1999 Molecular Endocrinology  
The sexual dimorphic position of the gonads in mammals is dependent on differential development of two ligaments, the cranial suspensory ligament (CSL) and the gubernaculum. During male embryogenesis, outgrowth of the gubernaculum and regression of the CSL result in transabdominal descent of the testes, whereas in the female, development of the CSL in conjunction with failure of the gubernaculum development holds the ovaries in a position lateral to the kidneys. Several lines of evidence
more » ... that regression of the CSL and induction of gubernaculum development are mediated by testosterone and a yet unidentified testicular factor, respectively. The Insl3 gene (orginally designated Ley I-L), a member of the insulin-like superfamily, is specifically expressed in Leydig cells of the fetal and postnatal testis and in theca cells of the postnatal ovary. Here we show that male mice homozygous for a targeted deletion of the Insl3 locus exhibit bilateral cryptorchidism with free moving testes and genital ducts. These malformations are due to failure of gubernaculum development during embryogenesis. In double-mutant male mice for Insl3 and androgen receptor genes, testes are positioned adjacent to the kidneys and steadied in the abdomen by the CSL. These findings demonstrate, that the Insl3 induces gubernaculum development in an androgen-independent way, while androgen-mediated regression of the CSL occurs independently from Insl3. (Molecular Endocrinology 13: 681-691, 1999)
doi:10.1210/mend.13.5.0272 pmid:10319319 fatcat:nrufzbnvtneqrknsz2gsmgnfwe

Regional-scale assessment of hydrothermal heat plant capacities fed from deep sedimentary aquifers in Berlin/Germany

Oliver Kastner, Judith Sippel, Günter Zimmermann
2015 Geothermics  
Regions of active volcanism offer high-enthalpic production rates at comparably low development costs, but most of the developed and highly energy-consuming countries do not possess such geothermal resources. Even here, the crust's heat potential is enormous and may be mined for direct heating or energy conversion purposes, but the potential is largely undeveloped for different reasons: Limited geological data induce development risks, technological challenges, high investment and limited
more » ... reception. This situation holds true for the low-enthalpic hydrothermal heat reservoirs of the Northeastern German Basin, and specifically for the city of Berlin, capital of Germany. This contribution aims at illustrating the thermal power of hydrothermal heat plants at urban scale for the Berlin region. For this purpose, we selected a specific plant design and evaluated the heat production capacity of Post-Permian reservoir units (Middle Buntsandstein). This was based on a regional-scale structural model and statistically derived geohydraulic model parameter of the Northeast German basin; see Kastner et al. (2014) for the details of the underlaying model. In this contribution, we discuss the model results for the campus of the Technical University of Berlin, which may serve as a showcase.
doi:10.1016/j.geothermics.2014.06.002 fatcat:krgjnfgvmfbw7jux37n5uxgg3u

Morphology of obligate ectosymbionts reveals Paralaxus gen. nov., a new circumtropical genus of marine stilbonematine nematodes [article]

Florian Scharhauser, Judith Zimmermann, Joerg Ott, Nikolaus Leisch, Harald R. Gruber-Vodicka
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
Stilbonematinae are a subfamily of conspicuous marine nematodes, distinguished by a coat of sulphur-oxidizing bacterial ectosymbionts on their cuticle. As most nematodes, the worm hosts have a simple anatomy and few taxonomically informative characters, and this has resulted in numerous taxonomic reassignments and synonymizations. Recent studies using a combination of morphological and molecular traits have helped to improve the taxonomy of Stilbonematinae but also raised questions on the
more » ... ty of several genera. Here we describe a new circumtropically distributed genus Paralaxus (Stilbonematinae) with three species: Paralaxus cocos sp. nov., P. bermudensis sp. nov. and P. columbae sp. nov.. We used single worm metagenomes to generate host 18S rRNA and cytochrome oxidase I (COI) as well as symbiont 16S rRNA gene sequences. Intriguingly, COI alignments and primer matching analyses suggest that the COI is not suitable for PCR-based barcoding approaches in Stilbonematinae as the genera have a highly diverse base composition and no conserved primer sites. The phylogenetic analyses of all three gene sets however confirm the morphological assignments and support the erection of the new genus Paralaxus as well as corroborate the status of the other stilbonematine genera. Paralaxus most closely resembles the stilbonematine genus Laxus in overlapping sets of diagnostic features but can be distinguished from Laxus by the morphology of the genus-specific symbiont coat. Our re-analyses of key parameters of the symbiont coat morphology as character for all Stilbonematinae genera show that with amended descriptions, including the coat, highly reliable genus assignments can be obtained.
doi:10.1101/728105 fatcat:6jytloj7xfbtznwlhasp5mj2uq

Tetratricopeptide Repeat Motif-mediated Hsc70-mSTI1 Interaction

Odutayo O. Odunuga, Judith A. Hornby, Christiane Bies, Richard Zimmermann, David J. Pugh, Gregory L. Blatch
2002 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
doi:10.1074/jbc.m206867200 pmid:12482845 fatcat:awifnb4onnbkpdv737324wjnim

Temporal visual resolution and disease severity in MS

Noah Ayadi, Jan Dörr, Seyedamirhosein Motamedi, Kay Gawlik, Judith Bellmann-Strobl, Janine Mikolajczak, Alexander U. Brandt, Hanna Zimmermann, Friedemann Paul
2018 Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation  
Zimmermann: contributed to the design of the study and data interpretation and drafted the manuscript. F.  ... 
doi:10.1212/nxi.0000000000000492 pmid:30175166 pmcid:PMC6117185 fatcat:jt4mtwnl7rdedo5o5bugknpjxy

Thirty speculations toward a polyphonic model for new media documentary

Patricia R. Zimmermann, Judith Aston, Stefano Odorico
2018 Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media  
Zimmermann [Abstract] [PDF] 1.  ...  Zimmermann is professor of Screen Studies at Ithaca College USA.  ... 
doi:10.33178/alpha.15.01 fatcat:veegvf6pozdqlitb5iykxr4npm

Development of a transformation system for Aspergillus sojae based on the Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated approach

Rodrigo Mora-Lugo, Judith Zimmermann, Amira M Rizk, Marcelo Fernandez-Lahore
2014 BMC Microbiology  
Aspergillus sojae has been an important filamentous fungus in Biotechnology due to its use in diverse fermentative processes for the production of various food products. Furthermore, this fungus is a common expression system for the production of enzymes and other metabolites. The availability of molecular genetic tools to explore its biology is thus of big interest. In this study, an Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation (ATMT) system for A. sojae was developed and its
more » ... evaluated. Results: The donor plasmid named pRM-eGFP was constructed for ATMT of A. sojae. This plasmid contains the ble and egfp genes in its transfer DNA element (T-DNA) to confer phleomycin resistance and express the enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) in A. sojae, respectively. Agrobacterium tumefaciens (LBA4404) harboring the donor plasmid and A. sojae (ATCC 20235) were co-cultured under diverse conditions to achieve ATMT. The maximum number of transformed fungi was obtained after three days of co-culturing at 28°C, and selection with 50 μg/ml phleomycin. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR), fluorescence microscopy and Western Blot analysis for EGFP expression confirmed successful genomic integration of the T-DNA element in A. sojae. The T-DNA was mitotically stable in approximately 40% of the fungal transformants after four generations of sub-culturing under phleomycin pressure. Conclusion: We successfully established a new ATMT protocol for A. sojae. This transformation system should enable further protein expression studies on this filamentous fungus.
doi:10.1186/s12866-014-0247-x pmid:25253558 pmcid:PMC4186950 fatcat:jqbhjuvuxvacnlndkfrao4yd7a

Epigallocatechin Gallate in Progressive MS

Rebekka Rust, Claudia Chien, Michael Scheel, Alexander U. Brandt, Jan Dörr, Jens Wuerfel, Katharina Klumbies, Hanna Zimmermann, Mario Lorenz, Klaus-Dieter Wernecke, Judith Bellmann-Strobl, Friedemann Paul
2021 Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation  
Zimmermann received research grants from Novartis and speaking fees from Bayer, unrelated to this study. A.U.  ...  Zimmermann, PhD Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany Major role in the acquisition of data; analyzed the data; and revised the manuscript for intellectual content Mario Lorenz  ...  manuscript for intellectual content Klaus-Dieter Wernecke, PhD Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany Analyzed the data and drafted the manuscript for intellectual content Judith  ... 
doi:10.1212/nxi.0000000000000964 fatcat:or2gkbsfxfetlp3vqhk4q5mgpu
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