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Gabrielseet al.Reply:

G. Gabrielse, N. S. Bowden, P. Oxley, A. Speck, C. H. Storry, J. N. Tan, M. Wessels, D. Grzonka, W. Oelert, G. Schepers, T. Sefzick, J. Walz (+3 others)
2004 Physical Review Letters  
P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S FIG. 1 (color).  ...  A 129, 38 (1988). [4] G. Gabrielse et al., Phys. Lett. B 507, 1 (2001). [5] M. Glinsky and T. O'Neil, Phys. Fluids B 3, 1279 (1991). [6] D. Vrinceanu et al., Phys. Rev.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.92.149304 fatcat:xpbowtbg3zhjlikp3zt2bu3bd4

The biological action of fiberglasplastic dust

G W SCHEPERS, T M DURKAN, A B DELAHANT, A J REDLIN, J G SCHMIDT, F T CREEDON, J W JACOBSON, D A BAILEY
1958 A.M.A. archives of industrial health  
pmid:13544643 fatcat:iynilvk44rfuffja5s6z22x5hi

Vaccination of chronic myeloid leukemia patients with autologous in vitro cultured leukemic dendritic cells

G J Ossenkoppele, A G M Stam, T M Westers, T D de Gruijl, J J W M Janssen, A A van de Loosdrecht, R J Scheper
2003 Leukemia  
cell counts (WBC 171 Â 10 9 /l, 45% segmented neutrophils, 14% band forms, 11% metamyelocytes, 9% myelocytes, 4% promyelocytes, 7% eosinophils, 2% basophils, 6% lymphocytes and 2% monocytes, Hb 10.5 g/  ...  T cells (pre and postvaccination) were isolated and expanded from PBMC as described previously, 8 separated into CD4+ and CD8+ T cells by magnetic microbead separation (Miltenyi, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.leu.2402979 pmid:12835739 fatcat:y5d7aycpsbcjle75lqpcirtw54

Long-Term Functionality of TCR-Transduced T Cells In Vivo

M. Coccoris, E. Swart, M. A. de Witte, J. W. J. van Heijst, J. B. A. G. Haanen, K. Schepers, T. N. M. Schumacher
2008 Journal of Immunology  
J. van Heijst,* John B. A. G. Haanen,* † Koen Schepers, 4 * and Ton N. M.  ...  Schepers, E. Swart, J. van Heijst, C. Gerlach, M. Castrucci, D. Sie, M. Heimerikx, A. Velds, R. Kerkhoven, and R.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.180.10.6536 pmid:18453572 fatcat:gl4puthiybdmbfkun4xwereq34

Epidemiology and Integrated Control of Potato Late Blight in Europe

L. R. Cooke, H. T. A. M. Schepers, A. Hermansen, R. A. Bain, N. J. Bradshaw, F. Ritchie, D. S. Shaw, A. Evenhuis, G. J. T. Kessel, J. G. N. Wander, B. Andersson, J. G. Hansen (+3 others)
2011 Potato Research  
Are the fungicides protectant, curative or eradicant (Schepers 2000) ? What is their rainfastness and mobility (Evenhuis et al. 1998; Schepers 1996) ?  ...  In Denmark and South Sweden, one to two more applications are typically needed (Schepers 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11540-011-9187-0 fatcat:exqqy3nw5zei3fdc4wahprbwqy

A lifecycle approach to SOA governance

T. G. J. Schepers, M. E. Iacob, P. A. T. Van Eck
2008 Proceedings of the 2008 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '08  
A better solution, in terms of governance, is the business-IT maturity alignment model by Scheper [18] , which has been designed for issues on the border between business and IT.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1363686.1363932 dblp:conf/sac/SchepersIE08 fatcat:myvuaak5jfbvnhvqzk4sgz4of4

A role for multidrug resistance protein 4 (MRP4; ABCC4) in human dendritic cell migration

R. van de Ven, G. L. Scheffer, A. W. Reurs, J. J. Lindenberg, R. Oerlemans, G. Jansen, J.-P. Gillet, J. N. Glasgow, A. Pereboev, D. T. Curiel, R. J. Scheper, T. D. de Gruijl
2008 Blood  
Information about subscriptions and ASH membership may be found online at: The capacity of dendritic cells (DCs) to migrate from peripheral organs to lymph nodes (LNs) is important in the initiation of a T  ...  Labeled cDNA were prepared from 10 to 20 g of mRNA.  ...  Statistical analyses Statistical analyses of the data were performed using the paired or unpaired 2-tailed Student t test. Differences were considered statistically significant at P less than .05.  ... 
doi:10.1182/blood-2008-03-147850 pmid:18625884 pmcid:PMC2532808 fatcat:xqnt723zpze55ofvnaqzkdtv6u

Reduced efficacy of fluazinam against Phytophthora infestans in the Netherlands

H. T. A. M. Schepers, G. J. T. Kessel, F. Lucca, M. G. Förch, G. B. M. van den Bosch, C. G. Topper, A. Evenhuis
2018 European journal of plant pathology  
Compliance with ethical standards Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest We have no potential conflicts of interest (see COI Schepers et.pdf) Research involving human participants and/or animals  ...  The average number of sprays per season varies from 7 to 20 depending on the weather, disease pressure and crop (Schepers et al. 2009; Cooke et al. 2011 ).  ...  375 g/l + cymoxanil 250 g/kg 0.5 kg/ha 0.178 Vendetta fluazinam 375 g/l + azoxystrobin 150 g/l 0.5 l/ha 0.178 Shirlan Gold + Canvas fluazinam 500 g/l + amisulbrom 200 g/l (tankmix) 0.4 l/ha  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10658-018-1430-y pmid:30996524 pmcid:PMC6435203 fatcat:hvgc3h5n6fd3fnzw6i6wnmgnxu

First Laser-Controlled Antihydrogen Production

C. H. Storry, A. Speck, D. Le Sage, N. Guise, G. Gabrielse, D. Grzonka, W. Oelert, G. Schepers, T. Sefzick, H. Pittner, M. Herrmann, J. Walz (+3 others)
2004 Physical Review Letters  
One of 16 Cs 6S 1=2 states is excited to 6P 3=2 (M J 1=2 to M J 3=2, with M I ÿ5=2) . The transition is saturated with infrared (852:2 nm) light from a diode laser.  ...  The strong 5.3 T magnetic field is an essential part of the three traps, but it also complicates this experiment and its theoretical interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.93.263401 pmid:15697977 fatcat:6uoasdjyt5ajbln7hjph5lyrfu

Generation of T Cell Help through a MHC Class I-Restricted TCR

H. W. H. G. Kessels, K. Schepers, M. D. van den Boom, D. J. Topham, T. N. M. Schumacher
2006 Journal of Immunology  
The SV40 TCR (TRAV14-1 and TRBV17) was isolated from the Y4 SV40 large T 404 -411 -specific CTL clone (14)  ...  The H-2K b binding peptides OVA 257-264 (sequence SIINFEKL) and SV40 large T 404 -411 (sequence VVYDFLKC), the H-2D b binding peptides NT 366 -374 (influenza A NT/60/68 derived; sequence ASNENMDAM) and  ...  OVA 257-264 or NT 366 -374 peptide (1 g/ml) for 48 h.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.177.2.976 pmid:16818753 fatcat:gp2p2z6mobaundrpwkjvtztage

First Measurement of the Velocity of Slow Antihydrogen Atoms

G. Gabrielse, A. Speck, C. H. Storry, D. LeSage, N. Guise, D. Grzonka, W. Oelert, G. Schepers, T. Sefzick, H. Pittner, J. Walz, T. W. Hänsch (+2 others)
2004 Physical Review Letters  
t ẑ.  ...  =v; j) that an H sees at any z before the detection well begins.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.93.073401 pmid:15324235 fatcat:civqx4kw2vhgvjhkamxpdnu4aq

First positron cooling of antiprotons

G Gabrielse, J Estrada, J.N Tan, P Yesley, N.S Bowden, P Oxley, T Roach, C.H Storry, M Wessels, J Tan, D Grzonka, W Oelert (+13 others)
2001 Physics Letters B  
E-mail address: gabrielse@physics.harvard.edu (G. Gabrielse). 1 New address: College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA 01610, USA. 2 New address: CERN, 1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0370-2693(01)00450-6 fatcat:lk3ccyp6dvdl5hjaykz3wcygai

Stacking of cold antiprotons

G Gabrielse, N.S Bowden, P Oxley, A Speck, C.H Storry, J.N Tan, M Wessels, D Grzonka, W Oelert, G Schepers, T Sefzick, J Walz (+3 others)
2002 Physics Letters B  
The stacking of cold antiprotons is currently the only way to accumulate the large numbers of the cold antiprotons that are needed for low energy experiments. Both the largest possible number and the lowest possible temperature are desired, especially for the production and study of cold antihydrogen. The antiprotons accumulated in our particle trap have an energy 10 10 times lower than the energy of those delivered by CERN's Antiprotons Decelerator (AD). The number accumulated (more than 0.4
more » ... llion in this demonstration) is linear in the number of accepted high energy antiproton pulses (32 in this demonstration). Accumulation efficiencies and losses are measured and discussed.
doi:10.1016/s0370-2693(02)02850-2 fatcat:mma3xoc7gzhahjuadyjenbz6am

Congenital Jaundice in Rats with a Mutation in a Multidrug Resistance-Associated Protein Gene

C. C. Paulusma, P. J. Bosma, G. J. R. Zaman, C. T. M. Bakker, M. Otter, G. L. Scheffer, R. J. Scheper, P. Borst, R. P. J. O. Elferink
1996 Science  
It is likely that this mutation accounts for the T R phenotype.  ...  base pair (bp) product shared 83% amino acid sequence identity with the correspond- The human Dubin-Johnson syndrome and its animal model, t h e T R rat, are characterized by a chronic conjugated hyperbilirubinemia  ...  A~;~,~~i~$~;p mains are double-underlined; S G D I S W D D L L P Q T L R S~C F F G I A G T L V M I~M A T P V F A I I I I P L~I L Y I~~C $ J F C L G R A V L R K S K I L V L D E A T A A V D L E T D S L  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.271.5252.1126 pmid:8599091 fatcat:q7ngmfky3jfaljdhx5fpcusrrm

Background-Free Observation of Cold Antihydrogen with Field-Ionization Analysis of Its States

G. Gabrielse, N. S. Bowden, P. Oxley, A. Speck, C. H. Storry, J. N. Tan, M. Wessels, D. Grzonka, W. Oelert, G. Schepers, T. Sefzick, J. Walz (+3 others)
2002 Physical Review Letters  
This work was supported by the NSF, AFOSR, the ONR of the US, the BMBF, FZ-J and MPG of Germany, and the NSERC, CRC and PREA of Canada. FIG. 1 : 1 Overview of the trap and detectors.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.89.213401 pmid:12443407 fatcat:bcpibb4yijfk5gazh2h7m55omq
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