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ON REPORTING FOLD DIFFERENCES

C. L. TSIEN, T. A. LIBERMANN, X. GU, I. S. KOHANE
2000 Biocomputing 2001  
Conversely, our technique can lend validation to significant fold differences in expression level even when the fold value may appear quite small (e.g. 1.3).  ...  Fundamentally, this should enable researchers to report on findings that are more likely to be in nature truly meaningful.  ...  Regardless of the specific array format employed, it seems clear that a customderived identity mask is one method that could help improve appropriate reporting of fold difference results.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814447362_0048 fatcat:3qq3pwgkejhk3mmakshqpuyhby

The folding, stability and function of lactose permease differ in their dependence on bilayer lipid composition

Heather E. Findlay, Paula J. Booth
2017 Scientific Reports  
And where the final published version is provided on the Research Portal, if citing you are again advised to check the publisher's website for any subsequent corrections.  ...  Reconstitution and folding differ at low DOPE, as some DOPE is needed for folding but not reconstitution. Differences are also seen in the dependence on DOPG.  ...  Scientific REPORTS | 7: 13056 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-13290-7  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-13290-7 pmid:29026149 pmcid:PMC5638818 fatcat:ftyhn3un7zhaxje62z7fd3jlx4

Experimental study on level difference between left and right vocal folds

Ryo Shimamura, Isao T. Tokuda
2017 Acoustical Science and Technology  
Hong and Jung [10] also reported a variety of level differences between paralyzed and normal vocal folds for patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis.  ...  Phase difference between the left and right vocal folds [4,5], subharmonics [6], biphonations [7], and irregular chaotic oscillations [8] have been reported.  ...  Stevens (Brigham Young University) for her guidance on the physical modeling of the vocal folds.  ... 
doi:10.1250/ast.38.264 fatcat:w63ricf4mjecpilkncrnqaxafq

Flipping a genetic switch by subunit exchange

L J Lambert, V Schirf, B Demeler, M Cadene, M H Werner
2004 EMBO Journal  
Two different structures of the anti-s factor T4 AsiA in its dimeric state have been reported, one by us and a second by Urbauer et al (2002).  ...  No errors in chemical shift assignment were found and less than 4% of all NOEs needed to be reassigned for the fold of AsiA dimer to conform to the fold reported by Urbauer et al.  ...  Two different structures of the anti-s factor T4 AsiA in its dimeric state have been reported, one by us and a second by Urbauer et al (2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.emboj.7600313 pmcid:PMC514930 fatcat:52q7dflzrzacloqrnicmd3vvxi

Master Blaster: an approach to sensitive identification of remotely related proteins

Chintalapati Janaki, Venkatraman S Gowri, Narayanaswamy Srinivasan
2021 Scientific Reports  
However, there are true hits from 46-folds for which Master Blaster reported homologs that are not reported by HHblits even using the optimal parameters indicating that for detecting remote homologues,  ...  use of multiple methods employing a combination of different approaches can be more effective in detecting remote homologs.  ...  reported from folds and classes different from that of the query sequence (Fig. 4 ).  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-87833-4 pmid:33888741 fatcat:763zkngwjvh4heq4yx72ywnmae

Age-Related Differences in Acetylcholinesterase Inhibition Produced by Organophosphorus and N-Methyl Carbamate Pesticides [chapter]

Virginia C
2011 Pesticides in the Modern World - Pests Control and Pesticides Exposure and Toxicity Assessment  
On the other hand, a 5-fold difference is clearly larger than 2-fold, allowing the pesticides to be directly compared. Furthermore, as mentioned above, these ratios depend on the age at testing.  ...  We had previously reported about 2-fold more sensitivity with aldicarb for lethality and MTDs, similar to the 2.4-fold difference in ChE brain inhibition (Moser, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.5772/17614 fatcat:lcpfm6vswzdmjgoubidsnbtkbe

Gender differences affecting vocal health of women in vocally demanding careers

Eric J. Hunter, Kristine Tanner, Marshall E. Smith
2011 Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology  
Traditionally, it has been assumed that differences in the laryngeal system are the cause of this disproportion.  ...  Acknowledgments Funding for this work was in part provided by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, grant number 1R01 DC04224.  ...  This difference in F 0 may increase women's risk for voice disorders because a higher F 0 results in more vocal fold oscillations and collisions for an equal amount of voicing (on average, 70 more collisions  ... 
doi:10.3109/14015439.2011.587447 pmid:21722077 pmcid:PMC3306615 fatcat:fg2p5icf2ncghjhc4yntjju6dy

Vocal Fold Elasticity in the Pig, Sheep, and Cow Larynges

Fariborz Alipour, Sanyukta Jaiswal, Sarah Vigmostad
2011 Journal of Voice  
Stress-Strain data were compared to characterize the interspecies differences in the elastic properties of vocal folds.  ...  Sinusoidal elongation was applied on the samples to obtain the passive force measurements.  ...  Acknowledgments National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders, Grant No DC03566 supported this work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvoice.2009.09.002 pmid:20137893 pmcid:PMC2888685 fatcat:46gydopb7zh7zoaz5ta6vkvdie

Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy for the Treatment of Vocal Fold Scarring: A Systematic Review of Preclinical Studies

Vibe Lindeblad Wingstrand, Christian Grønhøj Larsen, David H. Jensen, Kristian Bork, Lars Sebbesen, Jesper Balle, Anne Fischer-Nielsen, Christian von Buchwald, Graca D. Almeida-Porada
2016 PLoS ONE  
Mucosal wave amplitude was increased in scarred vocal folds treated with mesenchymal stem cells vs. non-treated scarred vocal folds.  ...  ., decreased resistance and stiffness, in scarred vocal folds treated with mesenchymal stem cells compared to non-treated scarred vocal folds.  ...  Notably, the cell dose in reference [22] differed 10-fold from the other studies.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0162349 pmid:27631373 pmcid:PMC5025194 fatcat:yxehpfhfebbyrgriy4c5pgicd4

Expression profile of protein fractions in the developing kernel of normal, Opaque-2 and quality protein maize

Mehak Sethi, Alla Singh, Harmanjot Kaur, Ramesh Kumar Phagna, Sujay Rakshit, Dharam Paul Chaudhary
2021 Scientific Reports  
Overall, the present study implicates the role of different protein fractions in developing and utilizing nutritionally improved maize varieties.  ...  The present study was planned to analyze the expression dynamics of different protein fractions in the endospem of developing maize kernel in normal, opaque-2 and QPM in response to the introgression of  ...  (HKI 1128) to 36.65% (CML 269) (1.24 fold difference)} and QPM lines {31.13% (VQL 2) to 34.43% (LM11 288) (1.11 fold difference)} (Supplementary Scientific Reports | (2021) 11:2469 | https://doi.org  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-81906-0 pmid:33510248 fatcat:wuhofjq5wbajjmercjz4fn6uea

Synonymous codons influencing gene expression in organisms

Sutanuka Mitra, Suvendra Kumar Ray, Rajat Banerjee
2016 Research and Reports in Biochemistry  
Therefore, synonymous codons influence differently the speed of translation elongation, which guides further cotranslational folding kinetics of a protein.  ...  The effect of synonymous codons on protein structure is an exciting field of research nowadays. This review discusses the recent developments in this field.  ...  Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/rrbc.s83483 fatcat:k4u6htzuljfbrhczrg4m5kjxx4

Biomechanical simulation of vocal fold dynamics in adults based on laryngeal high-speed videoendoscopy

Michael Döllinger, Pablo Gómez, Rita R. Patel, Christoph Alexiou, Christopher Bohr, Anne Schützenberger, Sean D. Peterson
2017 PLoS ONE  
Therefore, we adapt a mathematical model of the vocal folds towards vocal fold oscillations to quantify gender and age related differences expressed by computed biomechanical model parameters.  ...  However, only one cost function seems to be suitable for this optimization task.  ...  However, other studies reported no differences [66, 67] . It was also suggested that aging effects on phonatory behaviors differ in degree and kind for men and women [65] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0187486 pmid:29121085 pmcid:PMC5679561 fatcat:iw37ztpnxjctvfkse5los73ntq

Susceptibility of Different Populations of Nilaparvata lugens from Major Rice Growing Areas of Karnataka, India to Different Groups of Insecticides

Y.S. BASANTH, V.T. SANNAVEERAPPANAVAR, D.K. SIDDE GOWDA
2013 Rice Science  
Susceptibility to insecticides was investigated by collecting field populations of brown planthopper from different locations of  ...  In India, Krishnaiah et al (2006) reported resistance to imidacloprid (35.13-fold), thiamethoxam (10.78-fold) and clothianidin (4.98-fold) in one of the major rice growing areas of Andhra Pradesh.  ...  The first ever report on insecticide resistance in BPH in India was from Godavari delta of Andhra Pradesh.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1672-6308(13)60147-x fatcat:4csoomtjofc3beo7tki3bmpqkq

Hypoxia inhibits induction of aryl hydrocarbon receptor activity in topminnow hepatocarcinoma cells in an ARNT-dependent manner

Carrie R. Fleming, Sonya M. Billiard, Richard T. Di Giulio
2009 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology  
PCB-126 had no effect on induction of a transiently transfected hypoxia reporter. BkF caused a minor increase in basal and induced hypoxia reporter activity.  ...  Hypoxia limited induction of a transiently transfected AhR reporter by all three of the AhR agonists; overexpression of ARNT eliminated this effect.  ...  If the effects of BaP on HIF reporter activity and hypoxia on AhR reporter activity were based on competition for ARNT, overexpression of ARNT in these cells should eliminate these effects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cbpc.2009.06.003 pmid:19539049 pmcid:PMC3118667 fatcat:fn6zjhpx3jhancanhiyzlxxjo4

Stroboscopic Parameters Reported as Voice Outcome Measures in Patients Treated for Laryngeal Cancer: A Systematic Review

Kendrea L Focht, Bonnie Martin-Harris, Heather Shaw Bonilha
2013 Journal of medical speech-language pathology  
A total of twenty-four parameters were reported. Rating scales and rater reliability varied.  ...  Standardized, reliable scoring and reporting systems for laryngeal stroboscopic examinations are needed.  ...  The differences found in study method, interpretation and reporting lead to equivocal findings about the effect of treatment on vocal fold function when assessing the utility of stroboscopy as a voice  ... 
pmid:25339842 pmcid:PMC4203318 fatcat:fvqkvccu6jec5hx7nb7jmth6ai
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