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Effect of structure on electronic properties of the iron-carbon nanotube interface

12-10-2014 | Author(s): Sarah L.T. Jones , Gabriel Greene-Diniz , Michael Haverty , Sadasivan Shankar , James C. Greer, Chemical Physics Letters, 2014

Publication date: 5 November 2014 Source:Chemical Physics Letters, Volume 615 Author(s): Sarah L.T. Jones , Gabriel Greene-Diniz , Michael Haverty , Sadasivan Shankar , James C. Greer...


Olfactory learning promotes input-specific synaptic plasticity in adult-born neurons [Neuroscience]

23-09-2014 | Gabriel Lepousez; Antoine Nissant; Alex K. Bryant; Gilles Gheusi; Charles A. Greer; Pierre-Marie Lledo, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

The production of new neurons in the olfactory bulb (OB) through adulthood is a major mechanism of structural and functional plasticity underlying learning-induced circuit remodeling. The recruitment of adult-born OB neurons depends not only on sensory input but also on the context in which the ...


[Report] Strong, lightweight, and recoverable three-dimensional ceramic nanolattices

12-09-2014 | Lucas R. Meza; Satyajit Das; Julia R. Greer, Science , 2014

Hollow, three-dimensional alumina nanolattices absorb energy and recover after substantial compression. Authors: Lucas R. Meza, Satyajit Das, Julia R. Greer...


Singlet Oxygen Generation on Porous Superhydrophobic Surfaces: Effect of Gas Flow and Sensitizer Wetting on Trapping Efficiency

13-06-2014 | Yuanyuan Zhao; Yang Liu; Qianfeng Xu; Mark Barahman; Dorota Bartusik; Alexander Greer; Alan M. Lyons, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2014

We describe physical-organic studies of singlet oxygen generation and transport into an aqueous solution supported on superhydrophobic surfaces on which silicon–phthalocyanine (Pc) particles are immobilized. Singlet oxygen (1O2) was trapped by a water-soluble anthracene compound and monitored in ...


A structure-specific nucleic acid-binding domain conserved among DNA repair proteins [Biochemistry]

27-05-2014 | Aaron C. Mason; Robert P. Rambo; Briana Greer; Michael Pritchett; John A. Tainer; David Cortez; Brandt F. Eichman, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

SMARCAL1, a DNA remodeling protein fundamental to genome integrity during replication, is the only gene associated with the developmental disorder Schimke immuno-osseous dysplasia (SIOD). SMARCAL1-deficient cells show collapsed replication forks, S-phase cell cycle arrest, increased chromosomal ...


ChemInform Abstract: Advances in Carbon‐Incorporated Non‐noble Transition Metal Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells

21-03-2014 | Tai‐Feng Hung, Syuan‐Hong Chen, Meng‐Hsiu Tu, Zhi‐Hsiang Lu, Chih Kai Chen, Ru‐Shi Liu, Heather F. Greer, Wuzong Zho ..., ChemInform, 2014

Abstract Review: 56 refs.


[Report] Highly Crystalline Multimetallic Nanoframes with Three-Dimensional Electrocatalytic Surfaces

21-03-2014 | Chen Chen; Yijin Kang; Ziyang Huo; Zhongwei Zhu; Wenyu Huang; Huolin L. Xin; Joshua D. Snyder; Dongguo Li; Jeffrey A ..., Science , 2014

Highly active electrocatalysts are created by eroding away all but the edges of platinum-nickel nanocrystals. [Also see Perspective by Greer] Authors: Chen Chen, Yijin Kang, Ziyang Huo, Zhongwei Zhu...


[Perspective] Nanoframe Catalysts

21-03-2014 | Julia R. Greer, Science , 2014

Nanoframe electrocatalysts containing only small amounts of precious metal show very high activities. [Also see Report by Chen et al.] Author: Julia R. Greer...


Synergism between Airborne Singlet Oxygen and a Trisubstituted Olefin Sulfonate for the Inactivation of Bacteria

21-03-2014 | Rajib Choudhury; Alexander Greer, Langmuir, 2014

The reactivity of a trisubstituted alkene surfactant (8-methylnon-7-ene-1 sulfonate, 1) to airborne singlet oxygen in a solution containing E. coli was examined. Surfactant 1 was prepared by a Strecker-type reaction of 9-bromo-2-methylnon-2-ene with sodium sulfite. Submicellar concentrations of 1 ...


Application of Cabrio (a.i. pyraclostrobin) at flowering and veraison reduces the severity of bitter rot (Greeneria uvicola) and ripe rot (Colletotrichum acutatum) of grapes

20-03-2014 | S.K. Samuelian, L.A. Greer, S. Savocchia, C.C. Steel, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 2014

Abstract Background and Aims Ripe rot (Colletotrichum acutatum) and bitter rot (Greeneria uvicola) are two bunch rot diseases of grapes that occur in warm and wet conditions close to harvest. Management practices for the more commonly occurring bunch rot, Botrytis grey mould, appear to be ...


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