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    • E-Readers Are More Effective than Paper for Some with Dyslexia 

      Schneps, Matthew H.; Thomson, Jenny M.; Chen, Chen; Sonnert, Gerhard; Pomplun, Marc (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      E-readers are fast rivaling print as a dominant method for reading. Because they offer accessibility options that are impossible in print, they are potentially beneficial for those with impairments, such as dyslexia. Yet, ...
    • E-resources in the US university library: Harvard’s case under the pandemic 

      McVey, Kuniko (J-Stage, 2021)
      Due to the pandemic, Harvard University swiftly switched its instruction from in-person to remote in the middle of March 2020. The online instruction continues through the fall semester. Providing online resources have ...
    • E-strings and N = 4 topological Yang-Mills theories 

      Minahan, J. A.; Nemeschansky, D.; Vafa, C.; Warner, N. P. (Elsevier, 1998)
      We study certain properties of six-dimensional tensionless E-strings (arising from zero size E-8 instantons). In particular we show that n E-strings form a bound string which carries an E-8 level-n current algebra as well ...
    • E. P. Thompson, Politics and History: Writing Social History Fifty Years after The Making of the English Working Class 

      Batzell, Rudi; Beckert, Sven; Gordon, Andrew D.; Winant, Gabriel (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2015)
    • The E3 ligase adapter cereblon targets the C-terminal cyclic imide degron 

      Ichikawa, Saki; Flaxman, Hope A.; Xu, Wenqing; Vallavoju, Nandini; Lloyd, Hannah C.; Wang, Binyou; Shen, Dacheng; Pratt, Matthew R.; Woo, Christina (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022-10-19)
      The E3 ligase substrate adaptor cereblon (CRBN) is a target of thalidomide and lenalidomide,1 which are therapeutic agents used in the treatment of hematopoietic malignancies2-4 and as ligands for targeted protein ...
    • E3 ligase Hei10: a multifaceted structure-based signaling molecule with roles within and beyond meiosis 

      Muyt, Arnaud De; Zhang, Liangran; Piolot, Tristan; Kleckner, Nancy; Espagne, Eric; Zickler, Denise (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2014)
      Human enhancer of invasion-10 (Hei10) mediates meiotic recombination and also plays roles in cell proliferation. Here we explore Hei10's roles throughout the sexual cycle of the fungus Sordaria with respect to localization ...
    • The Earliest Phases in the Reception of the Homeric Hymns 

      Nagy, Gregory (Oxford University Press, 2011)
    • Early (and Later) LHC Search Strategies for Broad Dimuon Resonances 

      Kelley, Randall; Randall, Lisa; Shuve, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2011)
      Resonance searches generally focus on narrow states that would produce a sharp peak rising over background. Early LHC running will, however, be sensitive primarily to broad resonances. In this paper we demonstrate that ...
    • Early and Middle Pleistocene Faunal and Hominins Dispersals through Southwestern Asia 

      Bar-Yosef, Ofer; Belmaker, Miriam (Elsevier, 2010)
      This review summarizes the paleoecology of the Early and Middle Pleistocene of southwestern Asia, based on both flora and fauna, retrieved from a series of ‘windows’ provided by the excavated sites. The incomplete ...
    • Early Animal Evolution: Emerging Views from Comparative Biology and Geology 

      Knoll, Andrew; Carroll, Sean B. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1999)
      The Cambrian appearance of fossils representing diverse phyla has long inspired hypotheses about possible genetic or environmental catalysts of early animal evolution. Only recently, however, have data begun to emerge that ...
    • Early Cantos I-XLI 

      Albright, Daniel (Cambridge University Press, 1999)
      Here begins the great unwieldy poem, all light and mud, to which Ezra Pound devoted much of his life. It was the work of a poet too ambitious, too afraid of being cramped, to work according to a plan. Instead of a plan, ...
    • An Early Case of Color Symbolism: Ochre Use by Modern Humans in Qafzeh Cave 

      Hovers, Erella; Ilani, Shimon; Bar-Yosef, Ofer; Vandermeersch, Bernard (University of Chicago Press, 2003)
      Prehistoric archaeology provides the temporal depth necessary for understanding the evolution of the unique human ability to construct and use complex symbol systems. The longstanding focus on language, a symbol system ...
    • Early childhood development in Rwanda: a policy analysis of the human rights legal framework 

      Binagwaho, Agnes; Scott, Kirstin W.; Harward, Sardis H. (BioMed Central, 2016)
      Background: Early childhood development (ECD) is a critical period that continues to impact human health and productivity throughout the lifetime. Failing to provide policies and programs that support optimal developmental ...
    • Early Cosmological H ii /He iii Regions and Their Impact on Second‐Generation Star Formation 

      Yoshida, Naoki; Oh, S. Peng; Kitayama, Tetsu; Hernquist, Lars (American Astronomical Society, 2007)
      We present the results of three- dimensional radiation hydrodynamics simulations of the formation and evolution of early H II/ He III regions around the first stars. Cooling and recollapse of the gas in the relic H II ...
    • Early Developmental Exposure to dsRNA Is Critical for Initiating Efficient Nuclear RNAi in C. elegans 

      Shiu, Philip Kris; Hunter, Craig P. (Elsevier BV, 2017)
      RNAi has enabled researchers to study the function of many genes. However, it is not understood why some RNAi experiments succeed while others do not. Here, we show in C. elegans that pharyngeal muscle is resistant to RNAi ...
    • The Early Evolution of Eukaryotes: A Geological Perspective 

      Knoll, Andrew (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1992)
      Molecular phylogenies of eukaryotic organisms imply patterns of biological and environmental history that can be tested against the geological record. As predicted by sequence comparisons, Precambrian rocks show evidence ...
    • Early Formation and Late Merging of the Giant Galaxies 

      Gao, Liang; Loeb, Abraham; Peebles, P. J. E.; White, Simon D. M.; Jenkins, Adrian (American Astronomical Society, 2004)
      The most luminous galaxies in the present universe are found at the centers of the most massive dark matter halos: rich galaxy clusters. In the LambdaCDM cosmology, such massive halo cores are present at redshift z = 6 ...
    • Early Holocene Openlands in Southern New England 

      Faison, Edward Kerr; Foster, David Russell; Oswald, William Wyatt; Doughty, Elaine D.; Hansen, B (Ecological Society of America, 2006)
      The pre-historical vegetation structure in temperate forest regions is much debated among European and North American ecologists and conservationists. Frans Vera’s recent hypothesis that large mammals created mosaics of ...
    • Early Life Nutrition Modulates Muscle Stem Cell Number: Implications for Muscle Mass and Repair 

      Woo, Melissa; Isganaitis, Elvira; Cerletti, Massimiliano; Fitzpatrick, Connor; Wagers, Amy Jo; Jimenez-Chillaron, Jose; Patti, Mary-Elizabeth (Mary Ann Liebert, 2011)
      Suboptimal nutrition during prenatal and early postnatal development is associated with increased risk for type 2 diabetes during adult life. A hallmark of such diabetes risk is altered body composition, including reduced ...
    • Early Lineage Priming by Trisomy of Erg Leads to Myeloproliferation in a Down Syndrome Model 

      Ng, Ashley P.; Hu, Yifang; Metcalf, Donald; Hyland, Craig D.; Ierino, Helen; Phipson, Belinda; Wu, Di; Baldwin, Tracey M.; Kauppi, Maria; Kiu, Hiu; Di Rago, Ladina; Hilton, Douglas J.; Smyth, Gordon K.; Alexander, Warren S. (Public Library of Science, 2015)
      Down syndrome (DS), with trisomy of chromosome 21 (HSA21), is the commonest human aneuploidy. Pre-leukemic myeloproliferative changes in DS foetal livers precede the acquisition of GATA1 mutations, transient myeloproliferative ...