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Organic and tight

J. Cummings, M. Foreman, E. Schimmerling
2009 Annals of Pure and Applied Logic  
Say π : L κ ω+1 X and, for every n ≤ ω, π(κ n ) = ℵ n . Let Q = ult(M κω , π, ℵ ω ). Then X is organic ⇐⇒ Q is wellfounded and X is tight ⇐⇒ M κ ω+1 = M κω .  ...  In spite of what seems like progress, we have not answered the basic question of how mutual, organic and tight stationarity are related in L.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apal.2009.01.016 fatcat:wsijpbimujff3goe6nhxvgzt3i

Organ failure and tight glycemic control in the SPRINT study

J Geoffrey Chase, Christopher G Pretty, Leesa Pfeifer, Geoffrey M Shaw, Jean-Charles Preiser, Aaron J Le Compte, Jessica Lin, Darren Hewett, Katherine T Moorhead, Thomas Desaive
2010 Critical Care  
The sequential organ failure assessment (SOFA) score is used to evaluate the impact of a successful tight glycemic control (TGC) intervention (SPRINT) on organ failure, morbidity, and thus mortality.  ...  These results support other physiological and clinical results indicating the role tight, consistent TGC can play in reducing organ failure, morbidity and mortality, and should be validated on data from  ...  /L • Tight glycaemic control in this study reduced total organ failures and increased organ failure free days, and was linked to improved SOFA score outcomes • Tight glycaemic control had no impact on  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc9224 pmid:20704712 pmcid:PMC2945138 fatcat:zmjoaxh4z5bqjlh7lcct22ko4q

From Polymer to Small Organic Molecules: A Tight Relationship between Radical Chemistry and Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis

Danilo Mirizzi, Maurizio Pulici
2011 Molecules  
Nowadays, radical chemistry is used in the synthesis of 75% of all polymers, inevitably establishing a close relationship with Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis.  ...  More recently, the interest of organic chemists has shifted towards the application of usual "in-solution" radical chemistry to the solid-phase, ranging from the use of supported reagents for radical reactions  ...  in daily organic chemistry.  ... 
doi:10.3390/molecules16043252 pmid:21512439 pmcid:PMC6260612 fatcat:4hnvnde47fgzhm7p4bok3orje4

Loose and tight coupling in educational organizations – an integrative literature review

Tanja Hautala, Jaakko Helander, Vesa Korhonen
2018 Journal of Educational Administration  
Main purpose of this paper is to review and synthesize the attributes of loose and tight coupling in educational organizations.  ...  In addition, findings have social implications for both teaching staff and administration in educational organizations by highlighting the attributes of loose and tight coupling, and their connections  ...  Features of loose and tight coupling in educational organizations Loose coupling Tight coupling Impacts innovativeness in the individuals and organizations -Mechanisms to adapt promptly to unique problems  ... 
doi:10.1108/jea-03-2017-0027 fatcat:xm4ww7e6xnfknhkcgqxn5wxlqa

Bladder filling and voiding affect umbrella cell tight junction organization and function

Marcelo D. Carattino, H. Sandeep Prakasam, Wily G. Ruiz, Dennis R. Clayton, Meredith McGuire, Luciana I. Gallo, Gerard Apodaca
2013 AJP - Renal Physiology  
Epithelial cells are continuously exposed to mechanical forces including shear stress and stretch, although the effect these forces have on tight junction (TJ) organization and function are poorly understood  ...  The impact of these changes on bladder function is discussed. bladder; claudins; stretch; tight junction; uroepithelium EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES Reagents.  ...  TIGHT JUNCTIONS ENCIRCLE adjacent epithelial cells preventing the unregulated flux of ions, organic solutes, and water across the paracellular space.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajprenal.00282.2013 pmid:23884145 pmcid:PMC3798726 fatcat:eknfm2bn3zbdpngy25ogpiwteu

Volatile organic compounds and lung cancer: a tight link useful for diagnosis

Roberto Gasparri, Giulia Sedda, Lorenzo Spaggiari
2018 Shanghai Chest  
The human body generates thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that can be excreted thought breath, skin, urine or feces, related to endogenous process and influenced by exogenous VOCs (1) .  ...  and protein activity).  ... 
doi:10.21037/shc.2018.12.07 fatcat:rm3qwggu2jc2bgsfd3s4xugsee

Three-Dimensional Organization of Tight Junctions Investigated by TEM and STEM Tomography

A E Yakushevska, W J C Geerts, B M Humbel, A J Verkleij, A J Koster
2005 Microscopy and Microanalysis  
Endothelial cells have several types of specialized junctional regions that are comparable to adherens junctions (AJs) and tight junctions (TJs).  ...  However as it is known the chemically fixed material suffers from many artifacts and in addition no evidence of tight junctional proteins were presented.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1431927605501958 fatcat:b6bkxd52d5gq7oun6ytmkkyqwi

Rho protein regulates tight junctions and perijunctional actin organization in polarized epithelia

A. Nusrat, M. Giry, J. R. Turner, S. P. Colgan, C. A. Parkos, D. Carnes, E. Lemichez, P. Boquet, J. L. Madara
1995 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
We report that rho regulates filamentous actin organization preferentially in the apical pole of polarized intestinal epithelial cells and, in so doing, influences the organization and permeability of  ...  Polarized epithelial cells, in contrast, are tall and cylindrical with well developed intercellular tight junctions that permit them to behave as biologic barriers.  ...  Our data indicate that rho plays an important regulatory role in determining microfilament organization in the apical pole of columnar epithelial cells and, in so doing, influences the associated tight  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.92.23.10629 pmid:7479854 pmcid:PMC40665 fatcat:dmvq77qp5rd5jd347nsfnoaftu

Organization and formation of the tight junction system in human epidermis and cultured keratinocytes

2002 European Journal of Cell Biology  
Tight junctions ± epidermis ± keratinocytes ± claudins ± occludin Occludin and several proteins of the claudin family have been identified in simple epithelia and in endothelia as major and structure-determining  ...  transmembrane proteins clustered in the barrier-forming tight junctions (TJ), where they are associated with a variety of TJ plaque proteins, including protein ZO-1.  ...  Franke and I. Moll) Note added.  ... 
doi:10.1078/0171-9335-00244 pmid:12067061 fatcat:7aoh6acivff57pqry3dqlhnroa

Tight Analysis of Relaxed Multi-organization Scheduling Algorithms

Daniel Cordeiro, Pierre-Francois Dutot, Gregory Mounié, Denis Trystram
2011 2011 IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium  
This relaxed version of the problem known as the Multi-Organization Scheduling Problem (MOSP) models an environment where organizations providing both resources and jobs tolerate a bounded degradation  ...  Then, we present two algorithms that solve the problem with approximation ratios of (2; 3/2) and (3; 4/3) respectively.  ...  We start by remarking that during Phase 4, organizations from B 1 and B 2 are coupled and each pair is assigned to a different machine.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2011.112 dblp:conf/ipps/CordeiroDMT11 fatcat:bapmpzmnhzem7oxco2kumommiy

Fucofullerenes as tight ligands of RSL and LecB, two bacterial lectins

Kevin Buffet, Emilie Gillon, Michel Holler, Jean-François Nierengarten, Anne Imberty, Stéphane P. Vincent
2015 Organic and biomolecular chemistry  
A series of water-soluble glycofullerenes containing up to 24 fucose residues were tested against the two bacterial lectins LecB and RSL, and C60(E)12 bearing 24 fucose residues appeared to be the best  ...  [15] The high local concentration around the fullerene core was likely at the origin of this tight binding.  ...  & Biomolecular ChemistryOrganic & Biomolecular Chemistry Accepted Manuscript Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry Accepted Manuscript  ... 
doi:10.1039/c5ob00689a pmid:25967393 fatcat:pscob2ftzbd3do4iotswfjjx4a

Nanofiltration and Tight Ultrafiltration Membranes for Natural Organic Matter Removal—Contribution of Fouling and Concentration Polarization to Filtration Resistance

Joerg Winter, Benoit Barbeau, Pierre Bérubé
2017 Membranes  
To date, there is limited knowledge regarding the contribution of concentration polarization (CP) and fouling to the increase in resistance during filtration of natural organic matter (NOM) with NF and  ...  Filtration tests were conducted with NF and tight UF membranes with molecular weight cut offs (MWCOs) of 300, 2000 and 8000 Da, and model raw waters containing different constituents of NOM.  ...  However, effective removal of natural organic matter (NOM) and viruses is generally limited [2, 3] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/membranes7030034 pmid:28671604 pmcid:PMC5618119 fatcat:dmtlc6w4y5g47ho6kzmzyqdxbi

The Organization of Tight Junctions in Epithelia: Implications for Mammary Gland Biology and Breast Tumorigenesis

Masahiko Itoh, Mina J. Bissell
2003 Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia  
Tight junctions (TJs), the most apical components of the cell-cell junctional complexes, play a crucial role in the establishment and maintenance of cell polarity within tissues.  ...  Many of these components are regulated during mammary gland development and pregnancy cycles, and several have received much attention as possible "tumor suppressors" during progression to breast cancer  ...  MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION OF TIGHT JUNCTIONS In recent years, a growing number of proteins has been identified as TJ components.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:jomg.0000017431.45314.07 pmid:14985640 pmcid:PMC2933220 fatcat:vrh24y4a35eyfmosyaj54evj6u

Putting on a tight leash and levelling playing field: An experiment in strategic obfuscation and consumer protection

Yiquan Gu, Tobias Wenzel
2015 International Journal of Industrial Organization  
We find that policies that limit the effectiveness of obfuscation and policies that promote parity between firms can lead less prominent firms to increase their obfuscation efforts.  ...  In such a framework, we study the effects of two common policy measures: policies that directly protect consumers by hampering the effectiveness of obfuscation (Putting on a Tight Leash) 2 and policies  ...  markets where a number of reasons have been identified including cognitive limitations (Calvet et al., 2009) , behavioural biases (Stango and Zinman, 2009 ) and insufficient knowledge (Lusardi and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijindorg.2015.07.008 fatcat:ww2lbc55m5cnncu5butgitotcq

Comparison between density functional theory and density functional tight binding approaches for finding the muon stopping site in organic molecular crystals

Simone Sturniolo, Leandro Liborio, Samuel Jackson
2019 Journal of Chemical Physics  
We show the benefits and limitations of such an approach and we propose the use of DFTB+ as a viable alternative to more cumbersome simulations for routine site-finding in organic materials.  ...  Using the same sets of random structures we compare the performance of Density Functional Theory software CASTEP and the much faster lower level approximation of Density Functional Tight Binding provided  ...  Funding for this work was provided by the STFC-ISIS muon source and by the CCP for NMR 17 Crystallography, funded by EPSRC Grant Nos. EP/J010510/1 and EP/M022501/1.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.5085197 fatcat:nhtudatw3vfyrn3kontoywkhle
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