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  • Authors: Wilson, C.D.; Elmegreen, B.G.; Bemis, A.; Brunetti, N.;

    VizieR online Data Catalogue associated with article published in journal Astronomical Journal (AAS) with title 'The Kennicutt-Schmidt law and gas scale height in luminous and ultraluminous infrared galaxies.' (bibcode: 2019ApJ...882....5W)

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  • Authors: Nemec, Vinko; Piteša, Tomislav; Friščić, Tomislav; Cinčić, Dominik;

    Related Article: Vinko Nemec, Tomislav Piteša, Tomislav Friščić, Dominik Cinčić|2020|Cryst.Growth Des.|20|3617|doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00520

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  • Authors: ATLAS Collaboration;

    for Pb+Pb, pT>0.5GeV, 20<=Nch<40, wo SRC, same pairs No data abstract available.

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  • Authors: Timpano, Cristofaro S; Melenka, Garrett W;

    Fused filament fabrication (FFF) has rapidly begun to see implementation in industrial fields as a method of rapid manufacturing. Traditional FFF parts are made from a single thermoplastic polymer. The polymer is heated to its melting point and deposited on a work bed where a model is gradually built from the base up. While traditional FFF parts have low mechanical properties, a reinforcing phase allows for improved mechanical properties. The addition of a reinforcing material to the base polymer and complex internal microstructure of the 3 D printed party leads to anisotropic mechanical properties. Thus, these materials’ mechanical properties become challenging to characterize using traditional measurement techniques due to the previously mentioned factors. Therefore, it is essential to develop a method in which mechanical properties can be measured and analyzed. This study aims to characterize the mechanical behaviour under a uniaxial tensile load of an FFF produced polylactic acid (PLA)-copper particulate composite. The internal response of the FFF sample was imaged using micro-computed tomography at predetermined loads. The μ-CT images were input into an open-source digital volume correlation (DVC) software to measure the internal displacements and strain tensor fields. The study results show the development of different strain fields and interior features of the FFF parts.

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    Authors: Rodriguez Gallo, M. C.; Li, Q.; Devang, M.; Uhrig, R. G.;

    Abstract Nearly 60 – 80 % of intron-containing plant genes undergo alternative splicing in response to either stress or plant developmental cues. RNA splicing is performed by a large ribonucleoprotein complex called the spliceosome in conjunction with associated subunits such as serine arginine (SR) proteins, all of which undergo extensive phosphorylation. In plants, there are three main protein kinase families suggested to phosphorylate core spliceosome subunits and related splicing factors based on orthology to human splicing-related kinases: the SERINE/ARGININE PROTEIN KINASES (SRPK), ARABIDOPSIS FUS3 COMPLEMENT (AFC), and Pre-mRNA PROCESSING FACTOR 4 (PRP4K) protein kinases. To better define the conservation and role(s) of these kinases in plants, we performed a genome-scale analysis of the three families across photosynthetic eukaryotes, followed by extensive transcriptomic and bioinformatic analysis of all Arabidopsis thaliana SRPK, AFC, and PRP4K protein kinases to elucidate their biological functions. Unexpectedly, this revealed the existence of SRPK and AFC phylogenetic groups with distinct promoter elements and patterns of transcriptional response to abiotic stress, while PRP4Ks possess no phylogenetic sub-divisions, suggestive of functional redundancy. We also reveal splicing-related kinase families are both diel and photoperiod regulated, implicating different orthologs as discrete time-of-day RNA splicing regulators. This foundational work establishes a number of new hypotheses regarding how reversible spliceosome phosphorylation contributes to both diel plant cell regulation and abiotic stress adaptation in plants.

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  • Authors: ATLAS Collaboration;

    Dijet events produced in LHC proton--proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s}=8$ TeV are studied with the ATLAS detector using the full 2012 data set, with an integrated luminosity of 20.3 fb$^{-1}$. Dijet masses up to about 4.5 TeV are probed. No resonance-like features are observed in the dijet mass spectrum. Limits on the cross section times acceptance are set at the 95% credibility level for various hypotheses of new phenomena in terms of mass or energy scale, as appropriate. This analysis excludes excited quarks with a mass below 4.06 TeV, color-octet scalars with a mass below 2.70 TeV, heavy $W'$ bosons with a mass below 2.45 TeV, chiral ${W^{\ast}}$ bosons with a mass below 1.75 TeV, and quantum black holes with six extra space-time dimensions with threshold mass below 5.66 TeV. Total cross sections (cross section),next-to-next-to-leading order k-factors, branching ratios (BR(qqbar prime)) and acceptances for decays in q anti-q prime only (A) for the W prime model.

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    Authors: Young, Andrew; Lemmon, Alan; Skevington, Jeffrey; Ximo Mengual; +9 Authors

    Final Probe Regions. Complete listing of all regions used in alignments to generate probes. (XLSX 1446Â kb)

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  • Authors: Chiu, Weiling; Nadeau, Ben E.; Patrick, Brian O.; Love, Jennifer A.;

    An entry from the Cambridge Structural Database, the world’s repository for small molecule crystal structures. The entry contains experimental data from a crystal diffraction study. The deposited dataset for this entry is freely available from the CCDC and typically includes 3D coordinates, cell parameters, space group, experimental conditions and quality measures. Related Article: Weiling Chiu, Ben E. Nadeau, Brian O. Patrick, Jennifer A. Love|2023|Dalton Trans.|52|3738|doi:10.1039/D2DT03758K

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  • A search for supersymmetry involving the pair production of gluinos decaying via off-shell third-generation squarks into the lightest neutralino ($\displaystyle\tilde\chi^0_1$) is reported. It exploits LHC proton--proton collision data at a centre-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV with an integrated luminosity of 139~fb$^{-1}$ collected with the ATLAS detector from 2015 to 2018. The search uses events containing large missing transverse momentum, up to one electron or muon, and several energetic jets, at least three of which must be identified as containing $b$-hadrons. Both a simple kinematic event selection and an event selection based upon a deep neural-network are used. No significant excess above the predicted background is found. In simplified models involving the pair production of gluinos that decay via off-shell top (bottom) squarks, gluino masses less than 2.44~TeV (2.35~TeV) are excluded at 95\% CL for a massless $\displaystyle\tilde\chi^0_1$. Limits are also set on the gluino mass in models with variable branching ratios for gluino decays to $b\bar{b}\tilde\chi^0_1$, $t\bar{t}\tilde\chi^0_1$ and $t\bar{b}\tilde\chi^-_1$ / $\bar{t}b\tilde\chi^+_1$. Results of the background-only fit extrapolated to SR_Gtt_0L_B in the CC analysis, for both the total expected background yields and the main contributing background processes. The quoted uncertainties include both experimental and theoretical systematics. The data in the SRs are not included in the fit. The background category $t\bar{t}+X$ includes $t\bar{t} W/Z$, $t\bar{t} H$ and $t\bar{t} t\bar{t}$ events. The row ``Pre-fit background'' provides the total background prediction when the $t\bar{t}$ and $Z+$jets normalisations are obtained from theoretical calculation, taking into account the kinematic weights described in Section 5.

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    Authors: Carnio, Brett; Zawilski, Kevin; Schunemann, Peter; Moutanabbir, Oussama; +1 Authors

    A phase-resolved electric field pulse is produced through the second-order nonlinear process of intra-pulse difference frequency generation in a (110) CdSiP2 chalcopyrite crystal. The generated electric field pulse exhibits a duration of several picoseconds and contains frequency components within the high-frequency terahertz regime of ~17-32 THz. The intra-pulse difference frequency generation signal is shown to be influenced by single-phonon and two-phonon absorption, the nonlinear phase-matching criterion, and temporal spreading of the excitation electric field pulse. To date, this is the first investigation in which a CdSiP2 chalcopyrite crystal is used to produce radiation within the aforementioned spectral range.

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  • Authors: Wilson, C.D.; Elmegreen, B.G.; Bemis, A.; Brunetti, N.;

    VizieR online Data Catalogue associated with article published in journal Astronomical Journal (AAS) with title 'The Kennicutt-Schmidt law and gas scale height in luminous and ultraluminous infrared galaxies.' (bibcode: 2019ApJ...882....5W)

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  • Authors: Nemec, Vinko; Piteša, Tomislav; Friščić, Tomislav; Cinčić, Dominik;

    Related Article: Vinko Nemec, Tomislav Piteša, Tomislav Friščić, Dominik Cinčić|2020|Cryst.Growth Des.|20|3617|doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00520

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  • Authors: ATLAS Collaboration;

    for Pb+Pb, pT>0.5GeV, 20<=Nch<40, wo SRC, same pairs No data abstract available.

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  • Authors: Timpano, Cristofaro S; Melenka, Garrett W;

    Fused filament fabrication (FFF) has rapidly begun to see implementation in industrial fields as a method of rapid manufacturing. Traditional FFF parts are made from a single thermoplastic polymer. The polymer is heated to its melting point and deposited on a work bed where a model is gradually built from the base up. While traditional FFF parts have low mechanical properties, a reinforcing phase allows for improved mechanical properties. The addition of a reinforcing material to the base polymer and complex internal microstructure of the 3 D printed party leads to anisotropic mechanical properties. Thus, these materials’ mechanical properties become challenging to characterize using traditional measurement techniques due to the previously mentioned factors. Therefore, it is essential to develop a method in which mechanical properties can be measured and analyzed. This study aims to characterize the mechanical behaviour under a uniaxial tensile load of an FFF produced polylactic acid (PLA)-copper particulate composite. The internal response of the FFF sample was imaged using micro-computed tomography at predetermined loads. The μ-CT images were input into an open-source digital volume correlation (DVC) software to measure the internal displacements and strain tensor fields. The study results show the development of different strain fields and interior features of the FFF parts.

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    Authors: Rodriguez Gallo, M. C.; Li, Q.; Devang, M.; Uhrig, R. G.;

    Abstract Nearly 60 – 80 % of intron-containing plant genes undergo alternative splicing in response to either stress or plant developmental cues. RNA splicing is performed by a large ribonucleoprotein complex called the spliceosome in conjunction with associated subunits such as serine arginine (SR) proteins, all of which undergo extensive phosphorylation. In plants, there are three main protein kinase families suggested to phosphorylate core spliceosome subunits and related splicing factors based on orthology to human splicing-related kinases: the SERINE/ARGININE PROTEIN KINASES (SRPK), ARABIDOPSIS FUS3 COMPLEMENT (AFC), and Pre-mRNA PROCESSING FACTOR 4 (PRP4K) protein kinases. To better define the conservation and role(s) of these kinases in plants, we performed a genome-scale analysis of the three families across photosynthetic eukaryotes, followed by extensive transcriptomic and bioinformatic analysis of all Arabidopsis thaliana SRPK, AFC, and PRP4K protein kinases to elucidate their biological functions. Unexpectedly, this revealed the existence of SRPK and AFC phylogenetic groups with distinct promoter elements and patterns of transcriptional response to abiotic stress, while PRP4Ks possess no phylogenetic sub-divisions, suggestive of functional redundancy. We also reveal splicing-related kinase families are both diel and photoperiod regulated, implicating different orthologs as discrete time-of-day RNA splicing regulators. This foundational work establishes a number of new hypotheses regarding how reversible spliceosome phosphorylation contributes to both diel plant cell regulation and abiotic stress adaptation in plants.

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