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  • Research, Preprint, Report German OPEN
    Nölke, Andreas; (2011)
    Even after two decades of research on globalization, we still face open questions about the interplay between national capitalist institutions and transnational economic governance. How does embeddedness into transnational institutions influence national capitalist orde...
  • Article, Report English OPEN
    Anand A.; Bedathur S.; Berberich K.; Schenkel R.; (2010)
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    Lee, J.; Moritz, B.; Lee, W.; Yi, M.; Jia, C.; Sorini, A.; Kudo, K.; Koike, Y.; Zhou, K.; Monney, C.; Strocov, V.; Patthey, L.; Schmitt, T.; Devereaux, T.; Shen, Z.; (2014)
    We identify dd excitations in the quasi-one-dimensional compound Ca<sub>2</sub>Y<sub>2</sub>Cu<sub>5</sub>O<sub>10</sub> using resonant inelastic x-ray scattering. By tuning across the Cu L<sub>3</sub> edge, we observe abrupt shifts in the dd-peak positions as a functio...
  • Article English OPEN
    Greenhill, Simon J.; Blust, Robert; Gray, Russell D.; (2008)
    Phylogenetic methods have revolutionised evolutionary biology and have recently been applied to studies of linguistic and cultural evolution. However, the basic comparative data on the languages of the world required for these analyses is often widely dispersed in hard ...
  • Other literature type, Article English OPEN
    Huang, W.; Hauert, C.; Traulsen, A.; (2015)
    Frequency dependent selection and demographic fluctuations play important roles in evolutionary and ecological processes. Under frequency dependent selection, the average fitness of the population may increase or decrease based on interactions between individuals within...
  • Article English OPEN
    Will , A.; Cova, G.; Osterwalder, M.; Chan, W.; Wittler, L.; Brieske, N.; Heinrich, V.; de Villartay, J.; Vingron, M.; Klopocki, E.; Visel, A.; Lupianez, D.; Mundlos, S.; (2017)
    © 2017 Nature America, Inc., part of Springer Nature. All rights reserved. Copy number variations (CNVs) often include noncoding sequences and putative enhancers, but how these rearrangements induce disease is poorly understood. Here we investigate CNVs involving the re...
  • Article, Other literature type English OPEN
    Hettenhausen, Christian; Schuman, Meredith C.; Wu, Jianqiang; (2014)
    Insects have long been the most abundant herbivores, and plants have evolved sophisticated mechanisms to defend against their attack. In particular, plants can perceive specific patterns of tissue damage associated with insect herbivory. Some plant species can perceive ...
  • Master thesis English OPEN
    Dimitrova, Rayana; (2006)
    Abstraction plays an important role in the verification of infinite-state systems. One of the most promising and popular abstraction techniques is predicate abstraction. The right abstraction, i.e. the one that is sufficiently precise to prove or disprove the property u...
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    Lehners, Jean-LucMax-Planck-Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert-Einstein-Institute), Am Mühlenberg 1, D-14476 Potsdam, Germany; (2015)
    Ekpyrotic instantons describe the emergence of classical contracting universes out of the no-boundary quantum state. However, up to now these instantons ended in a big crunch singularity. We remedy this by adding a higher-derivative term, allowing a ghost condensate to ...
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    Brenker, C.; Goodwin, N.; Weyand, I.; Kashikar, N.; Naruse, M.; Krahling, M.; Muller, A.; Kaupp, U.; Strünker, T.; (2012)
    The sperm-specific CatSper channel controls the intracellular Ca(2+) concentration ([Ca(2+)](i)) and, thereby, the swimming behaviour of sperm. In humans, CatSper is directly activated by progesterone and prostaglandins-female factors that stimulate Ca(2+) influx. Other...
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