نتایج جستجو برای: ecfa

تعداد نتایج: 56  

1993
JOHN T. SEEMAN,

The Stanford Linear Collider (SLC) was built to collide single bunches of electrons and positrons head-on at a single interaction point with single beam energies up to 55 GeV. The small beam sizes and high currents required for high luminosity operation have significantly pushed traditional beam quality limits. The Polarized Electron Source produces about 8 x 1010 electrons in each of two bunch...

2000
A. Belyaev,

We discuss rare kaon decays that violate charged-lepton flavour conservation in supersymmetric theories with and without R parity, in view of possible experiments using an intense proton source as envisaged for a neutrino factory. In the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, such decays are generated by box diagrams involving charginos and neutralinos, but the limits from μ → eγ, μ–e conversio...

2005

Executive summary This document presents a plan for an international scoping study of a future accelerator neutrino complex. The physics case for the facility will be evaluated and options for the accelerator complex and neutrino detection systems will be studied. The principal objective of the study will be to lay the foundations for a full conceptual-design study of the facility. The plan for...

2001
Claire Dartigalongue, Dominique Missiakas, Satish Raina,

Escherichia coli responds to the accumulation of misfolded proteins by inducing the transcription of heat shock genes. Es RNA polymerase controls one of the two heat shock regulons of E. coli. This regulon is activated upon accumulation of misfolded polypeptides in the double membrane envelope of E. coli. s (RpoE) is a member of the extracytoplasmic function subfamily of sigma factors. Here we ...

Journal: :Healthcare quarterly 2012
Sherri Huckstep, Debra Yearwood, Judith Shamian,

Discussion on implementation of the Excellent Care for all Act, 2010 (ECFA Act), Bill 46, has focused on the hospital sector in Ontario, but it also has relevance outside the hospital setting. As primary healthcare, long-term care and home care all receive public funding, these sectors should be expected to be compliant with Bill 46. But does the act also govern government-funded (i.e., by othe...

2001
Claire Dartigalongue, Dominique Missiakas, Satish Raina,

Escherichia coli responds to the accumulation of misfolded proteins by inducing the transcription of heat shock genes. Es RNA polymerase controls one of the two heat shock regulons of E. coli. This regulon is activated upon accumulation of misfolded polypeptides in the double membrane envelope of E. coli. s (RpoE) is a member of the extracytoplasmic function subfamily of sigma factors. Here we ...

2002
N. Ghodbane,

TESLA (TeV-Energy Superconducting Linear Accelerator) is an ee linear Collider designed to operate in the energy range beyond the mass of the Z and up to the TeV region. If approved, TESLA would allow a wide physics program, focusing among other things on precision tests of the established Standard Model, the Higgs mechanisms and the discovery of new particles. To optimally exploit the physics ...

2003
Klaus Desch,

This report summarizes the progress in the study of Higgs physics at a future linear electron positron collider at center-of-mass energies up to about 1000 GeV and high luminosity. After the publication of the TESLA Technical Design Report [1], an extended ECFA/DESY study on linear collider physics and detectors was performed. The paper summarizes the status of the studies with main emphasis on...

Journal: :Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2014
Minhua Zhang, Zhihao Bao, Qin Zhao, Hui Guo, Ke Xu, Chengcheng Wang, Peng Zhang,

Energy-coupling factor (ECF) transporters are a unique group of ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters responsible for micronutrient uptake from the environment. Each ECF transporter is composed of an S component (or EcfS protein) and T/A/A' components (or EcfT/A/A' proteins; ECF module). Among the group II ECF transporters, several EcfS proteins share one ECF module; however, the underlying m...

2003
Jaume Guasch, Wolfgang Hollik,

We present results on the analysis of the ratio of branching ratios R = BR(H → bb̄)/BR(H → τ+τ−) of Higgs boson decays as a discriminant quantity between supersymmetric and non-supersymmetric models. A detailed analysis in the effective Lagrangian approach shows how one could discriminate between models at the Large Hadron Collider and the e+e− Linear Collider at 500GeV center of mass energy. Th...

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