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    • Epoxyeicosatrienoic Acids Enhance Embryonic Haematopoiesis and Adult Marrow Engraftment 

      Li, Pulin; Lahvic, Jamie L.; Binder, Vera; Pugach, Emily K.; Riley, Elizabeth B.; Tamplin, Owen J.; Panigrahy, Dipak; Bowman, Teresa V.; Barrett, Francesca G.; Heffner, Garrett C.; McKinney-Freeman, Shannon; Schlaeger, Thorsten M.; Daley, George Q.; Zeldin, Darryl C.; Zon, Leonard I. (2015)
      Haematopoietic stem and progenitor cell (HSPC) transplant is a widely used treatment for life-threatening conditions including leukemia; however, the molecular mechanisms regulating HSPC engraftment of the recipient niche ...
    • Epstein–Barr virus latent genes 

      Kang, Myung-Soo; Kieff, Elliott (Nature Publishing Group, 2015)
      Latent Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) infection has a substantial role in causing many human disorders. The persistence of these viral genomes in all malignant cells, yet with the expression of limited latent genes, is consistent ...
    • Equal Opportunity Law and the Construction of Internal Labor Markets 

      Dobbin, Frank; Sutton, John R.; Meyer, John W.; Scott, W. Richard (University of Chicago Press, 1993)
      Internal labor markets have been explained with efficiency and control arguments; however, retrospective event-history data from 279 organizations suggest that federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) law was the force ...
    • Equality of Resources and Equality of Welfare: A Forced Marriage? 

      Scanlon, Thomas (University of Chicago Press, 1986)
    • Equality, Efficiency, and Market Fundamentals: The Dynamics of International Medical Care Reform. 

      Cutler, David (American Economic Association, 2002)
      Public opinion surveys uniformly show low support for medical-care systems in developed countries. The longstanding conflict between equal access to care and efficient service provision partly explains this dissatisfaction. ...
    • The Equatorial Thermocline Outcropping—A Seasonal Control on the Tropical Pacific Ocean–Atmosphere Instability Strength 

      Galanti, Eli; Tziperman, Eli; Harrison, Matthew; Rosati, Antony; Giering, Ralf; Sirkes, Ziv (American Meteorological Society, 2002)
      One of the major factors determining the strength and extent of ENSO events, is the instability state of the equatorial Pacific coupled ocean-atmosphere system and its seasonal variations. This study analyzes the coupled ...
    • Equi-energy sampler with applications in statistical inference and statistical mechanics 

      Kou, Shingchang; Zhou, Qing; Wong, Wing Hung (Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2006)
      We introduce a new sampling algorithm, the equi-energy sampler, for efficient statistical sampling and estimation. Complementary to the widely used temperature-domain methods, the equi-energy sampler, utilizing the ...
    • Equilibrating Nanoparticle Monolayers Using Wetting Films 

      Pontoni, Diego; Alvine, Kyle J.; Checco, Antonio; Gang, Oleg; Ocko, Benjamin M.; Pershan, Peter S. (American Physical Society, 2009)
      Monolayers of bimodal gold nanoparticles on silicon are investigated by a combination of microscopy (dry monolayers) and x-ray diffraction (dry and wet monolayers). In the presence of an excess of small particles, the ...
    • Equilibrium configurations from gravitational collapse 

      Joshi, Pankaj S; Malafarina, Daniele; Narayan, Ramesh (IOP Publishing, 2011)
      We develop here a new procedure within Einstein's theory of gravity to generate equilibrium configurations that result as the final state of gravitational collapse from regular initial conditions. As a simplification, we ...
    • An Equilibrium Model of "Global Imbalances" and Low Interest Rates 

      Caballero, Ricardo J.; Farhi, Emmanuel; Gourinchas, Pierre-Olivier (American Economic Association, 2008)
      Three of the most important recent facts in global macroeconomics — the sustained rise in the US current account deficit, the stubborn decline in long run real rates, and the rise in the share of US assets in global ...
    • An Equilibrium-Dependent Retroviral mRNA Switch Regulates Translational Recoding 

      Houck-Loomis, Brian; Durney, Michael Anthony; Salguero, Carolina; Shankar, Neelaabh; Nagle, Julia Marie; Goff, Stephen; D'Souza, Victoria M (Nature Publishing Group, 2011)
      Most retroviruses require translational recoding of a viral messenger RNA stop codon to maintain a precise ratio of structural (Gag) and enzymatic (Pol) proteins during virus assembly. Pol is expressed exclusively as a ...
    • Equity for Open-Access Journal Publishing 

      Shieber, Stuart M. (Public Library of Science, 2009)
      Scholars write articles to be read--the more access to their articles the better--so one might think that the open-access approach to publishing, in which articles are freely available online to all without interposition ...
    • Equity in the Receipt of Oseltamivir in the United States During the H1N1 Pandemic 

      Franklin, Jessica Myers; Choudhry, Niteesh Kumar; Uscher-Pines, Lori; Brill, Gregory; Matlin, Olga S.; Fischer, Michael Adam; Schneeweiss, Sebastian; Avorn, Jerry Lewis; Brennan, Troyen Anthony; Shrank, William (American Public Health Association, 2014)
      Objectives. We assessed the relationship between individual characteristics and receipt of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) in the United States during the H1N1 pandemic and other flu seasons. Methods. In a cohort of individuals ...
    • Equity Volatility and Corporate Bond Yields 

      Campbell, John; Taksler, Glen (Blackwell Publishing, 2003)
      This paper explores the effect of equity volatility on corporate bond yields. Panel data for the late 1990s show that idiosyncratic firm-level volatility can explain as much cross-sectional variation in yields as can credit ...
    • Equivalence Principle Implications of Modified Gravity Models 

      Hui, Lam; Nicolis, Alberto; Stubbs, Christopher William (American Physical Society, 2009)
      Theories that attempt to explain the observed cosmic acceleration by modifying general relativity all introduce a new scalar degree of freedom that is active on large scales, but is screened on small scales to match ...
    • Equivalence Principle's Test with Improved Accuracy using a Cryogenic Differential Accelerometer Installed on a Pendulum. 

      Iafolla, V.A.; Fiorenza, E.; Lefevre, C.; Lucchesi, D.M.; Lucente, M.; Magnafico, C.; Nozzoli, S.; Peron, R.; Santoli, F.; Lorenzini, Enrico C.; Milyukov, Vadim; Shapiro, Irwin I.; Glashow, Sheldon Lee (2013)
      We present here a concept for a new experimental test of the Weak Equivalence Principle (WEP) carried out in the gravity field of the Sun. Two test masses of different materials are the central elements of a differential ...
    • Equivariant Weiss Calculus and Loops of Stiefel Manifolds 

      Tynan, Philip Douglas (2016-05-18)
      In the mid 1980s, Steve Mitchell and Bill Richter produced a filtration of the Stiefel manifolds O(V ;W) and U(V ;W) of orthogonal and unitary, respectively, maps V -> V ⊕W stably split as a wedge sum of Thom spaces defined ...
    • ER Targeting and Insertion of Tail-Anchored Membrane Proteins by the GET Pathway 

      Denic, Vladimir; Dötsch, Volker; Sinning, Irmgard (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2013-06-14)
      Hundreds of eukaryotic membrane proteins are anchored to membranes by a single transmembrane domain at their C-terminus. Many of these tail-anchored (TA) proteins are post-translationally targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum ...
    • Ergative Case and the Transitive Subject: A View from Nez Perce 

      Deal, Amy Rose (Springer Verlag, 2010)
      Ergative case, the special case of transitive subjects, raises questions not only for the theory of case but also for theories of subjecthood and transitivity. This paper analyzes the case system of Nez Perce, a ”three-way ...
    • Erosion of Dosage Compensation Impacts Human iPSC Disease Modeling 

      Mekhoubad, Shila; Bock, Christoph; de Boer, A. Sophie; Kiskinis, Evangelos; Meissner, Alexander; Eggan, Kevin Carl (Elsevier BV, 2012)
      Although distinct human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC) lines can display considerable epigenetic variation, it has been unclear whether such variability impacts their utility for disease modeling. Here, we show that ...