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     1  +1 2014 sep 30la texas oaseAn early modern human from the Peştera cu Oase , RomaniaThe 2002 discovery of a robust modern human mandible in the Peştera cu Oase , southwestern Romania, provides evidence of early modern humans in the ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29molar mass for ngfMolecular properties of the nerve growth factor secreted in mouse previously studied forms of NGF . The results show that mouse saliva contains two biologically active NGF species. One has a molecular weight near 114,000, ...
     1  +100 2014 sep 28restore pigment clafifying compoundRapid restoration of visual pigment and function with oral retinoid in Rapid restoration of visual pigment and function with oral retinoid in a mouse model .... We sought to clarify the role of RPE65 in the retinoid cycle by examining the ..... 9-cis-Retinal may not be the ideal compound because of its light sensitivity.
     1  +100 2014 sep 24credibility agreement letterExpert credibility in climate changeInner Workings; Letters and Replies; News Features; Opinions; Perspectives; PNAS Classics; PNAS Plus; PNAS Portals; Profiles; QnAs.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 20pnas impact factorAbout PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPNAS is one of the world's most-cited and comprehensive multidisciplinary scientific ... The PNAS impact factor is 9.809 and the Eigenfactor is 1.50118 for 2013. ‎About Direct Submission - ‎Rights and Permissions - ‎Frequently Asked Questions
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15mouse injection tiw biwA single dose of doxorubicin-functionalized bow - tie dendrimer cures In mice , bow - tie dendrimers with molecular masses of >≈40 kDa .... for mice treated with dendrimer–DOX on a percent injected dose per gram ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15proc natl acad sciPNAS , Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPlus, in the PNAS First Look blog, science journalists discuss a selection of new papers from PNAS with new content appearing every business day. Archive of Issues by Date2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2010 - 2011 - 2009 - 2008 - 2005 - 2007 - 2006Early EditionBiological SciencesMicrobiologySocial 
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13pnasProceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPlus, in the PNAS First Look blog, science journalists discuss a selection of new papers from PNAS with new content appearing every business day. Archive of Issues by Date2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2010 - 2011 - 2005 - 2007 - 2006 - 2003 - 2002For AuthorsPNAS authors, editors, and reviewers come from around the
     1  ~ 2014 sep 07nr tomato loss of functionThe tomato ethylene receptors NR and LeETR4 are negative phenotype in single and double loss-of-function mutants also suggests that the family ... Arabidopsis ETR1, ETR2, and tomato NR genes. All of the deduced ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 07dopamine dependencyDopamine dependency for acquisition and performance of Significance. Dopaminergic signaling is critical for many reward-related processes, including learning associations between stimuli and ...
     1  +100 2014 sep 05washington leware offshore comarisonElectric power from offshore wind via synoptic-scale interconnection(2) calculated that two-thirds of the offshore wind power off the U.S. Northeast is
     1  +4 2014 sep 03signature et diagnosticMulticlass cancer diagnosis using tumor gene expression signaturesMulticlass cancer diagnosis using tumor gene expression signatures ..... Gaasenbeek M,; Mesirov J P,; Coller H,; Loh M L,; Downing J R,; Caligiuri M A,; et al.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 03about author infoPNAS Information for Authors - Proceedings of the National PNAS authors , editors, and reviewers come from around the globe. Submissions are accepted from all researchers. Authors do not need to have a connection to ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18information for authorsInformation for AuthorsPNAS authors , editors, and reviewers come from around the globe. Submissions are accepted from all researchers. Authors do not need to have a connection to ... ‎Submission Guidelines | PNAS - ‎Submission Guidelines - ‎Feature Articles
     1  +3 2014 jul 26incorporating in channel islandsAbstract - Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesHere, we present an evaluation of the Channel Islands reserve network, which was established in 2003 off the coast of southern California.
     1  +2 2014 jul 24sodium azide dna reactionSodium azide mutagenesis: Preferential generation of AT -> GCSodium azide ( NaN3 ) is the most efficient mutagen in barley and has become the ... the f-azidoalanine reacts directly with the DNA bases caus-.
     1  ~ 2014 jul 19intestinal bacteria epilepsyGut bacteria and brain function: The challenges of a growing fieldGut bacteria and brain function: The challenges of a growing field ... because vagus nerve stimulation has therapeutic benefits in epilepsy (5).
     2  +2 2014 oct 04rna polymerase binding siteNucleotide Sequence of an RNA Polymerase ' Binding Site at an binding site for RNA polymerase and the mRNA initiation point for the ... binding site , a way had to be found to bind the polymerase selectively to one T7 ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 29prf v1Population receptive field analysis of the primary visual cortex Injury to the primary visual cortex ( V1 ) typically leads to loss of ... versely, in the remaining two patients, spared- V1 pRF maps failed to cover ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 29prb e7The E7 proteins of low- and high-risk human papillomaviruses share The E7 protein of HPV-16 binds all retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein ( pRB ) family members with higher affinity than HPV-6E7.
     2  +9 2014 sep 27domain research tools mjsSmall heat-shock proteins interact with a flanking domain to In this study we tested the ability of αB-c to suppress the ... tools ; A.L.R., S.J.H., H.M.S., M.J.S. , J.A.C., and S.P.B. analyzed data; and A.L.R., ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 24paradox of incomeThe happiness– income paradox revisited - Proceedings of the Abstract. The striking thing about the happiness– income paradox is that over the long-term —usually a period of 10 y or more—happiness does ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 19megavirus chilensisDistant Mimivirus relative with a larger genome highlights the Here, we present Megavirus chilensis , a giant virus isolated off the coast of Chile, but capable of replicating in fresh water acanthamoeba.
     2  ~ 2014 sep 17viral communitiesModeling ecological drivers in marine viral communities using Significance. Microorganisms and their viruses are increasingly recognized as drivers of myriad ecosystem processes. However, our ...
     2  +5 2014 sep 17δ ≥ 2%Role of glutamate δ - 2 receptors in activity-dependent competition Glutamate δ - 2 receptors are normally present only on the PF spines where they are important for their innervation. After block of activity by tetrodotoxin, ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 14magaininAntimicrobial activity of synthetic magainin peptides and several we demonstrate that synthetic magainin peptides appear to be indistinguishable from ... studies demonstrate conclusively that the magainin peptides are potent ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 13programming algortihm 101Full Text - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences101 no. 19; > David H. Mathews, 7287–7292, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0401799101 ... In this study, a dynamic programming algorithm for prediction of RNA secondary  ...
     2  +4 2014 sep 11dj cascade b complexA simple model of global cascades on random networkssible for the occurrence of cascades are complex and may vary ..... upper boundaries of the cascade window, indicating two phase transitions. ( b ) ..... Watts , D. J. (1999) Small Worlds: The Dynamics of Networks Between Order and.
     2  ~ 2014 sep 04colocalized with erDifferential colocalization of estrogen receptor ( ER ) with oxytocin nuclear ER -ir colocalized with AVP-ir, whereas few OT-/. ER -ir dual-labeled cells were observed. These findings sug- gest that estrogen can directly modulate ...
     2  +3 2014 sep 03genes in seed regulationGenome-wide network model capturing seed germination reveals Seed germination is a complex trait of key ecological and agronomic ... A Regulatory Network-Based Approach Dissects Late Maturation ...
     2  +1 2014 aug 30stimulating the prostateExpression of colony- stimulating factor 1 receptor during prostate Colony- stimulating factor-1 receptor (CSF-1R) is the major regulator of macrophage ... prostate development demonstrated epithelial expression of CSF- 1R.
     2  -1 2014 aug 28termites and naclSodium shortage as a constraint on the carbon cycle in an inland Here, we show that adding NaCl solution to the leaf litter of an inland ... Termites , a common decomposer, increased 7-fold on + NaCl plots, ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 18gene expression without promoterTargeted gene expression without a tissue-specific promoter Developmental Biology. Targeted gene expression without a tissue-specific promoter : Creating mosaic embryos using laser-induced single-cell heat shock.
     2  ~ 2014 jul 31atomic sener mailAtomic -level structural and functional model of a bacterial 40; > Melih K. Şener , 15723–15728 ... Atomic force microscopy studies of the intracytoplasmic membrane have revealed the overall spatial ...
     2  -1 2014 jul 30supressor of fusedSuppressor of Fused represses Gli-mediated transcription by The Suppressor of Fused [Su(fu)] protein plays a conserved role in the regulation of Gli transcription factors of the hedgehog (Hh) signaling ...
     2  +1 2014 jul 22osborn stephen dukeMethane contamination of drinking water accompanying gas-well ... PNAS Homepage; > Early Edition; > Stephen G. Osborn ... cBiology Department, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708. Edited* by William H.
     3  +1 2014 sep 28dna methylation ifnAuthor Summary - Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesThese findings define p53, DNA methylation , and IFN as essential components of a previously unknown mechanism of genomic stability control ...
     3  +5 2014 sep 26butterfly effect btImpact of Bt corn pollen on monarch butterfly populations: A risk This 2-year study suggests that the impact of Bt corn pollen from current commercial hybrids on monarch butterfly populations is negligible. Concern regarding ...
     3  +3 2014 sep 24cdt1 gemininQuaternary structure of the human Cdt1 - Geminin complex regulates Cdt1 is a key component and crucial regulator of pre-RC assembly. In higher eukaryotes, timely inhibition of Cdt1 by Geminin is essential to ...
     3  +2 2014 sep 22covert attentionCovert attention accelerates the rate of visual information processingCovert attention allows us to select visual information at a cued location, without eye movements, and to grant such information priority in processing. Covert ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 22differenciate between degeneracy and redundancyMeasures of degeneracy and redundancy in biological networksThis approach allows us to distinguish between degeneracy and redundancy within a unified framework and, through the use of well-defined measures, to make ...
     3  +4 2014 sep 19lerning orgenization tractsFunctional organization of human occipital-callosal fiber tractsAbstract. Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and fiber tracking (FT) were used to measure the occipital lobe fiber tracts connecting the two hemispheres in individual ...
     3  +10 2014 sep 19ts amber milanHuman thymidylate synthase (hTS) is an enzyme in the folate ..... in water with the AMBER simulation package (55) using the AMBER ff03 ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 18manifested specifically inTissue- and cell-type– specific manifestations of heteroplasmic Tissue- and cell-type– specific manifestations of heteroplasmic mtDNA 3243A>G mutation in human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived ...
     3  +98 2014 sep 18harfe and fire 1998Seydoux and Fire (15) observed that transcripts from reporter genes with a low density of introns tend to accumulate in the nucleus. .... J. Hsieh, B. Harfe , M. Hsu, J. Fleenor, and S. Parrish for helpful discussions. ... Accepted November 2, 1998 .
     3  ~ 2014 sep 18potn link hubThe human disease network - Proceedings of the National Academy We find that essential human genes are likely to encode hub proteins ... A disorder and a gene are then connected by a link if mutations in that ...
     3  +12 2014 sep 17hansen pdfPerception of climate changeShow PDF in full window; OA Abstract; Full TextFull Text; Authors & ... Articles by Hansen , J. Articles by Ruedy, R. Search for related content ...
     3  +28 2014 sep 13fassi 110 γHelicobacter pylori γ -glutamyl transpeptidase and vacuolating Current Issue; > vol. 110 no. 8; > Mathias Oertli , 3047–3052. Helicobacter pylori γ -glutamyl transpeptidase and vacuolating cytotoxin promote gastric persistence and immune tolerance. Mathias Oertlia ...... Fassi Fehri L,; et al.
     3  +1 2014 sep 10bind ab2(HIV-1)-seropositive individuals with thrombocytopeniainhibited the binding of Ab2 to rCD4; (Wi) Ab2 inhibited the binding of AbM to ... Ab2 , and binding of Ab3 to rgpl20 could be blocked with. rCD4; and (vii) three ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 09natural killer t cells questCritical contribution of liver natural killer T cells to a murine model of Natural killer T (NKT) cells constitute a distinct subpopulation of T cells with a .... processed by the CELL QUEST program (Becton Dickinson). Detection of ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 07precambrian fossilsSolution to Darwin's dilemma: Discovery of the missing Precambrian For more than 100 years, the “missing Precambrian history of life” stood .... Precambrian fossils continued to be regarded as suspect, a view no ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 03affinity in text technologyAnchored periplasmic expression, a versatile technology for the By using two rounds of APEx, the affinity of a neutralizing antibody to the .... expressed antigen–GFP fusions can be found in Supporting Text , ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 26google isi journal psiiEnergy-dissipative supercomplex of photosystem II associated with Abstract. Plants and green algae have a low pH-inducible mechanism in photosystem II ( PSII ) that dissipates excess light energy, measured as ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 23ab texte oundHeparin-binding domain of fibrin(ogen) binds growth factors and Using multiple affinity-based assays, we found that fibrin(ogen) and ... effect of fibrin in a diabetic mouse model of impaired wound healing,.
     3  +1 2014 aug 09saxitoxin na channelMarked difference in saxitoxin and tetrodotoxin affinity for the human Abstract. Human nociceptive voltage-gated sodium channel (Nav1.7), a target of significant interest for the development of antinociceptive ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 09enso synovitis rheumatoid arthritisClimate cycles and food production in AfricaThey suggest that ENSO /NAO forecasts can be used by governments to prepare for ... IL-32 expression in rheumatoid arthritis synovium . “IL-32 ...
     3  +2 2014 jul 26primate cell lineIsolation of a primate embryonic stem cell linederivation of a cloned cell line (R278.5) from a rhesus monkey ... line, to our knowledge, the first to be derived from any primate species.
     3  -1 2014 jul 21lengths of metalsMetal - metal bond lengths in complexes of transition metals *taining clusters of metal atoms the cobalt-cobalt bond lengths are almost always ... radii for the transition metals on the basis of many reported bond lengths (3).
     3  ~ 2014 jul 18article format and keywordsInformation for Authors - Submission Guidelines | PNASManuscript Format . Manuscript ... Keywords are listed below the abstract of the published article . At least three keywords are required at submission. Abstract.
     4  +6 2014 sep 30vindijaNeanderthal diet at Vindija and Neanderthal predation: The The Neanderthal samples from Vindija have high δ15N values, which indicate that the overwhelming majority of their dietary protein was from animal, rather ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 28national academy of sciencesSearch GO. Advanced Search ». Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America ... PNAS Science Sessions · PNAS Science ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 26curved dnaCurved DNA : design, synthesis, and circularization - Proceedings of Curved DNA molecules and unusually small circles have been obtained by ligation of synthetic 21-base precursors: (sequence in text). The ligation resulted in ...
     4  +2 2014 sep 24oligo microarray barcode pcrDesign of 240,000 orthogonal 25mer DNA barcode probesThese rules should improve the performance of DNA microarray ... deconvolution by PCR followed by microarray hybridization or high .... We synthesized the 240,000 oligos in 3 subpools, each containing 80,000 targets.
     4  -3 2014 sep 24zelig so grossExpression of immunoglobulin-T-cell receptor chimeric molecules as GIDEON GROSS , TOVA WAKS, AND ZELIG ESHHAR*. Department of ..... mids were constructed so that each cTcR chain was associ-. Immunology: Gross et al.
     4  +97 2014 sep 21the supermarket revolution in foodSupermarket revolution in Asia and emerging development A “ supermarket revolution ” has occurred in developing countries in the ... and consolidating modern food processing and logistics sectors has ...
     4  +19 2014 sep 20article feedsPNAS - RSS FeedsRSS Feeds . RSS Current Issue Only ... RSS Most Frequently Cited Articles. Podcasts. PNAS Media Selections ? Feeds by Classification ? Feeds by Article Type.
     4  ~ 2014 sep 19mc hu 6cSupporting InformationThe goodness of fit, F = [S k 6(c exptl - ccalcd)2/ Sk 6c exptl2]1/2. .... Corbett, M. C. , Hu , Y., Fay, A. W., Ribbe, M. W., Hedman, B. & Hodgson, K. O. ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 19postia placentaGenome, transcriptome, and secretome analysis of wood decay Genome, transcriptome, and secretome analysis of wood decay fungus Postia placenta supports unique mechanisms of lignocellulose ...
     4  +9 2014 sep 15macula densaNitric oxide synthase in macula densa regulates glomerular capillary macula densa , releases compounds causing vasoconstriction of the adjacent ... macula densa , is an additional intercellular signaln molecule that is released ...
     4  +10 2014 sep 15yan baratin direct low costNatural killer cell and macrophage cooperation in MyD88 Myriam Baratin *, Sophie Roetynck*, Catherine Lépolard†, Christine Falk‡, Serge Sawadogo§
     4  +3 2014 sep 12diet submit contentDietary history contributes to enterotype-like clustering and Dietary history contributes to enterotype-like clustering and functional metagenomic content in the ... This article is a PNAS Direct Submission .
     4  +31 2014 sep 11professor newton nakamura blogK. Watanabe, Dr . A. Kozuma, and Mr. G. J. Newton for the ΔSO3177 and ... Newton GJ,; Mori S,; Nakamura R,; Hashimoto K,; Watanabe K.
     4  ~ 2014 sep 09kak jbiJ < det (1+JAI) det (1 + JBI ). [6] det (1 +IA+ BI) < det (1 +JAI) det (1 + Idet (1 +A +B)J < det (1+JAI) det (1 + JBI ). [6]. Remark: Since Idet (1+C) < det (1+ ICI) .... Ak(IBI) we see that Tr( KAk (V)Ak(IBI)). = 1 ( vi, KAk (V)vj)|(vi,Ak(jB|)vi)|. <.
     4  +3 2014 sep 09t betThe transcription factors T - bet and GATA-3 control alternative Abstract. Upon detection of antigen, CD4+ T helper (Th) cells can differentiate into a number of effector types that tailor the immune response to ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 08cloning of monoclonal antibodiesGeneration of diverse high-affinity human monoclonal antibodies by many human monoclonal antibodies of interest and the dissec- tion of human ... library ofthe mouse antibody repertoire cloned in phage A (5). The procedure ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 05sea algae from canadaArctic sea -ice decline archived by multicentury annual-resolution Newly discovered long-lived algae growing on the Arctic seafloor and ... the Canadian Arctic indicates that during the Little Ice Age, sea ice was ...
     4  +12 2014 sep 03gag mri( GAGs ) are long unbranched carbohy - Proceedings of the National cartilage MRI osteoarthritis NOE proteoglycan. Glycosaminoglycans ( GAGs ) are long unbranched carbohy- drates with repeating disaccharide ...
     4  ~ 2014 aug 31carlos iii barcelona lexingtonCryo-EM near-atomic structure of a dsRNA fungal virus shows ... bCentro Nacional de Microbiología/Instituto de Salud Carlos III , 28220 Majadahonda, ... Barcelona /Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 08028 ... MA 02454-9110; eDepartment of Plant Pathology, University of Kentucky, Lexington , KY ... ages, probably due to capsid assembly constraints (3) .
     4  +7 2014 aug 29submit articles usaMore than three-quarters of published papers are submitted directly to PNAS, ... of Sciences USA (PNAS) publishes research reports, Feature Articles , Letters, ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 28liart editorial officePNAS -- Editorial BoardEditorial Board . Editor-in-Chief. Inder M. Verma .... A PDF list of Editorial Board members is posted on the current issue Table of Contents. Click on the [ Masthead ...
     4  +2 2014 aug 26salomon chicken virusInhibition of the cytokine response does not protect against lethal 30; > Rachelle Salomon , 12479–12481 ... Highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus has caused >150 human deaths since 2003 in Asia, Africa, and Europe, where it continues to circulate in wild and domestic poultry .
     4  -1 2014 aug 26telomere length and longevityTelomere length in early life predicts lifespanOur results provide the strongest evidence available of the relationship between telomere length and lifespan and emphasize the importance of ...
     4  ~ 2014 aug 25cab neb donate ovariesDNA methylation, insulin resistance, and blood pressure in offspring circulation of embryo- donating ewes and ovarian granulosa cells ..... digested with HinfI (700 units; NEB ) for 2 h at 37°C and were ... Underwood EJ, Suttle NF ( 1999) in The Mineral Nutrition of Livestock ( CAB International,.
     4  +7 2014 aug 24biodegradable carbamate linkerHydrogel drug delivery system with predictable and tunable drug biodegradable s.c. implants as drug carriers that are stable through- .... group of a drug to form carbamates 6, A–D. The azido- linker drug 6.
     4  +1 2014 aug 23telomeres and lifespan
     4  -3 2014 aug 17articles rss feedsRSS Feeds . RSS Current Issue ... RSS Most Frequently Cited Articles . Podcasts. PNAS Media Selections. » Feeds by Classification. » Feeds by Article Type.
     4  ~ 2014 aug 14national academy of scienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America ... Plus, in the PNAS First Look blog, science journalists discuss a selection of ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 14nanotube the nitro groupsFull Text (HTML) - Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesNanotube emission undergoes solvatochromic shifts due to ... of bombolitin-II- solubilized nanotubes interrogated by 13 nitro group compounds.
     4  ~ 2014 aug 13cloning of monoclonal antibody
     4  +9 2014 aug 13content aggregation contestProtein aggregation can inhibit clathrin-mediated endocytosis by The aggregation of mutant proteins is pathologically implicated in a large ... We propose that aggregate-associated chaperone competition  ...
     4  +3 2014 aug 11stx na channelPurification of the saxitoxin receptor of the sodium channel from rat ABSTRACT The saxitoxin ( STX ) receptor has been purified. 740-fold from rat brain ... these functionsor the molecular structure of the Na channel itself. A useful  ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 11indole acetic acid pathwayConversion of tryptophan to indole -3- acetic acid by TRYPTOPHAN Indole -3- acetic acid (IAA), the main auxin in plants, can be ... 1A), but none of the proposed pathways in plants have been fully determined (1).
     4  ~ 2014 aug 08loss of heterozygosityMechanisms underlying losses of heterozygosity in human Abstract. Losses of heterozygosity are the most common molecular genetic alteration observed in human cancers. However, there have been few systematic  ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 06humanized antibody phage displayA phage display approach for rapid antibody humanization humanization is described. This strategy incorporates key rec- ognition sequences from the parental rodent antibody into a phage display -based selection ...
     4  +4 2014 aug 05ibmt brain washCentral and autonomic nervous system interaction is altered by short Five days of integrative body–mind training ( IBMT ) improves ..... Rothbart MK ( 2007) Educating the Human Brain (APA Books, Washing -.
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