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Thomas Dawson was son of William Dawson, of Aspatria, Cumberland, England, and brother of William Dawson, D. D., president of William and Mary College. ... PRESIDENT THOMAS DAWSON. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, 26 July, 1902. ...doi:10.2307/1915152 fatcat:m5wdpfhpube7hhcxgoktvvphpq
Scott Overview of verified ARPD genes, their disease prevalence, and pathological/clinical phenotypes. ... Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Scott et al. Page 25 Table 1 ...doi:10.1016/j.expneurol.2017.04.008 pmid:28445716 pmcid:PMC5653467 fatcat:ytuauljhsnaa3h4vr2p2zeltwe
of identity as 13 something that is 'negotiated in, and emergent from, the mundane social interaction through which each of us makes sense of our own and others' gendered and social lives' (Jackson & Scott ... sphere inhabited by individuals, we recognise this to be essentially an interaction site, wherein relationship partners must negotiate the contextual and contingent elements of intimacy (Jackson and Scott ...doi:10.1177/1363460714531273 fatcat:52in3rs5nfgyrbqp3jks5dlw3q
Supplementary Information Experimental Synthesis of Rb 11 K 6 [Rb(GeW 10 Mn 2 O 38 ) 3 ]·39H 2 O (1): K 8 [γ-GeW 10 O 36 ]·6H 2 O (1.5 g, 0.5 mmol) was dissolved in 15 mL water and dropwise con. HNO 3 was added to adjust the pH around 3.8-4.0. In a separate flask Mn(OAc) 2· 4H 2 O (0.2 g, 0.8 mmol) was dissolved in 5mL water and slowly added to the 15mL water solution containing K 8 [γ-GeW 10 O 36 ]·6H 2 O. It was stirred for 10 minutes and the pH of the resulting solution was maintained at doi:10.1039/b903206a pmid:19532930 fatcat:mrzqlef5jncezlcekwckzqxgxu
more »... .5. Then KMnO 4 (0.04 g, 0.2 mmol) was also dissolved in 5 mL water and was dropwise added to the previous solution. It was stirred for a further 10 minutes
DAWSON AND H. WM. SCOTT, JR. 5,,2sihesiology group 1 killed after 2 weeks. ... DAWSON AND H. WM. SCOTT, JR. 5,ineithesiclogy EKG maT AHH. 4444444 7634 TEMP 99° 59 MIN. ...doi:10.1097/00000542-195707000-00006 fatcat:umugh6husjhxvnp5xbi746x64a
This work applies resolvent analysis to incompressible flow through a rectangular duct, in order to identify dominant linear energy-amplification mechanisms present in such flows. In particular, we formulate the resolvent operator from linearizing the Navier--Stokes equations about a two-dimensional base/mean flow. The laminar base flow only has a nonzero streamwise velocity component, while the turbulent case exhibits a secondary mean flow (Prandtl's secondary flow of the second kind). AarXiv:2205.13630v1 fatcat:4j3umcu7dfcr7hzrnj3z7dnndi
more »... ar value decomposition of the resolvent operator allows for the identification of structures corresponding to maximal energy amplification, for specified streamwise wavenumbers and temporal frequencies. Resolvent analysis has been fruitful for analysis of wall-bounded flows with spanwise homogeneity, and here we aim to explore how such methods and findings can extend for a flow in spatial domains of finite spanwise extent. We investigate how linear energy-amplification mechanisms (in particular the response to harmonic forcing) change in magnitude and structure as the aspect ratio (defined as the duct width divided by its height) varies between one (a square duct) and ten. We additionally study the effect that secondary flow has on linear energy-amplification mechanisms, finding that in different regimes it can either enhance or suppress amplification. We further investigate how the secondary flow alters the forcing and response mode shapes leading to maximal linear energy amplification.
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Correspondence: Scott C Dawson. Email: email@example.com rather than aerobic respiration. ... Yet anaerobic protists are common inhabitants of anoxic environments, deriving energy through fermentation Minireview Mapping the protistan 'rare biosphere' Scott C Dawson and Kari D Hagen Addresses ...doi:10.1186/jbiol201 pmid:20067591 pmcid:PMC2804278 fatcat:vhbncuesijecrnxjmb77apijzm
Scott et al. question our choice of TRAP5b and BAP as markers of bone resorption and formation, respectively. ... TO THE EDITOR: We thank Scott et al. (1) for their interest in our recent study (2) that examined the acute response of bone turnover markers to a single bout of resistance training (RT) or plyometrics ... TO THE EDITOR: We thank Scott et al. ...doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01339.2011 fatcat:fin6sok2vjhjbl6efcnhy7pg4i
Distance-sampling methods are commonly used in studies of animal populations to estimate population density. A common objective of such studies is to evaluate the relationship between abundance or density and covariates that describe animal habitat or other environmental influences. However, little attention has been focused on methods of modeling abundance covariate effects in conventional distance-sampling models. In this paper we propose a distance-sampling model that accommodates covariatedoi:10.1890/03-3127 fatcat:ojtuds6yung6fe45sr7tl3a2ii
more »... ffects on abundance. The model is based on specification of the distance-sampling likelihood at the level of the sample unit in terms of local abundance (for each sampling unit). This model is augmented with a Poisson regression model for local abundance that is parameterized in terms of available covariates. Maximum-likelihood estimation of detection and density parameters is based on the integrated likelihood, wherein local abundance is removed from the likelihood by integration. We provide an example using avian point-transect data of Ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapillus) collected using a distance-sampling protocol and two measures of habitat structure (understory cover and basal area of overstory trees). The model yields a sensible description (positive effect of understory cover, negative effect on basal area) of the relationship between habitat and Ovenbird density that can be used to evaluate the effects of habitat management on Ovenbird populations.
The resolvent formulation of the Navier--Stokes equations gives a means for the characterization and prediction of features of turbulent flows---such as statistics, structures and their nonlinear interactions---using the singular value decomposition of the resolvent operator based on the appropriate turbulent mean, following the framework developed by McKeon & Sharma (2010). This work will describe a methodology for approximating leading resolvent (i.e., pseudospectral) modes for shear-drivenarXiv:1901.10913v1 fatcat:2ixrbbfqyjeirnllyax34ntotq
more »... rbulent flows using prescribed analytic functions. We will demonstrate that these functions, which arise from the consideration of wavepacket pseudoeigenmodes of simplified linear operators (Trefethen 2005), in particular give an accurate approximation of the class of nominally wall-detached modes that are centered about the critical layer. Focusing in particular on modeling wall-normal vorticity modes, we present a series of simplifications to the governing equations that result in scalar differential operators that are amenable to such analysis. We demonstrate that the leading wall-normal vorticity response mode for the full Navier--Stokes equations may be accurately approximated by considering a second order scalar operator, equipped with a non-standard inner product. The variation in mode shape as a function of wavenumber and Reynolds number may be captured by evolving a low dimensional differential equation in parameter space. This characterization provides a theoretical framework for understanding the origin of observed structures, and allows for rapid estimation of dominant resolvent mode characteristics without the need for operator discretization or large numerical computations. We relate our findings to classical lift-up and Orr amplification mechanisms in shear-driven flows.
Dawson and associates 3 and Lipton and colleagues 4 reported that parkin is S-nitrosylated with greatly increased nitrosylation in brains of patients with PD. ...doi:10.1038/ncomms2623 pmid:23535647 pmcid:PMC3622945 fatcat:7twpxzc4tvcpfnu2c4uredoltu
Evolution of nuclear structure • Wilson and Dawson Actin and myosins: Ancient components of nuclear structure? ... Dawson) . The authors declare no conflicts of interest. Figure 3 . 3 Identifying nuclear membrane proteins in diverse eukaryotes. ...doi:10.1083/jcb.201103171 pmid:22006947 pmcid:PMC3198171 fatcat:we2s2jiiendard45imtxfir3aq
Giardia lamblia is the most frequently identified protozoan cause of intestinal infection. Over one billion people are estimated to have acute or chronic giardiasis, with infection rates approaching 90% in endemic areas. Despite its significance in global health, the mechanisms of pathogenesis associated with giardiasis remains unclear as the parasite neither produces a known toxin nor induces a robust inflammatory response. Giardia colonization and proliferation in the small intestine of thedoi:10.1101/087122 fatcat:uf3gaf5ojvayndjmtfn3f6ynle
more »... st, however, may disrupt of the ecological homeostasis of gastrointestinal commensal microbes and contribute to diarrheal disease associated with giardiasis. To evaluate the impact of Giardia infection on the host microbiota, we use culture-independent methods to quantify shifts in the diversity of commensal microbes throughout the entire gastrointestinal tract in mice infected with Giardia. We discovered that Giardia colonization of the small intestine causes a systemic dysbiosis of aerobic and anaerobic bacterial taxa. Specifically, giardiasis is typified by both expansions in aerobic Proteobacteria and decreases in anaerobic Firmicute and Melainabacteria in the murine foregut and hindgut. Based on these shifts, we created a quantitative index of murine Giardia-induced microbial dysbiosis. This index increased at all gut regions during the duration of infection, including both the proximal small intestine and the colon. Thus giardiasis could be an ecological disease, and the observed dysbiosis may be mediated directly via the unique anaerobic fermentative metabolism of Giardia or indirectly via parasite induction of gut inflammation. This systemic alteration of murine gut commensal diversity may be the cause or the consequence of inflammatory and metabolic changes throughout the gut. Shifts in the commensal microbiota may explain observed variation in giardiasis between hosts with respect to host pathology, degree of parasite colonization, infection initiation, and eventual clearance.
Equilibrium axoneme lengths of all eight flagella are also sensitive to MT stabilizing or depolymerizing drugs (Dawson et al., 2007) . ... Giardia has a single kinesin-13 homolog that localizes to all distal flagellar tips, the median body, and the two mitotic spindles (Dawson et al., 2007) . ...doi:10.1101/647115 fatcat:blzjumuc2fe3jc66dwoejt7lrm
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