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تعداد نتایج: 244  

2005
Wendy Shaw, Kim F. Ferris, Susan Krueger, Ursula Perez-Salas, Vitalii Silin, Duncan J. McGillivray, Allison A. Campbell, Michael L. Paine, Malcolm L. Snead, H. Robert Guy,

Applications of Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (SSNMR) and Neutron Reflectivity (NR) to the Investigation of Protein/Surface Interfaces Wendy Shaw, Kim F. Ferris, Susan Krueger, Ursula Perez-Salas, Vitalii Silin, Duncan J. McGillivray, Allison A. Campbell, Michael L. Paine, and Malcolm L. Snead Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA; National Institute of Standards and Tech...

Journal: :PLoS Biology 2004
Fabio Demontis,

D uring development, cells need to communicate with each other to establish properly organised and functional tissues. Cells communicate with each other in various ways, such as by secreting and receiving diffusible molecules (morphogens, hormones, and neurotransmitters) or by establishing intercellular connections (gap junctions and cell protrusions) to allow a direct exchange of instructive f...

1998
Deborah F. Pilkey, Romesh Batra,

The characterization of damping is important in making accurate predictions of both the true response and the frequency response of any device or structure dominated by energy dissipation. The process of modeling damping matrices and experimental verification of those is challenging because damping can not be determined via static tests as can mass and stiffness. Furthermore, damping is more di...

2017
John R. Carlson,

The work of virtual teams is increasingly important to today’s organizations, work that is accomplished predominantly via computer-mediated communication. The authors investigate the moderating role of experience with instant messaging on the team interpersonal processes (cohesion and openness) to team effectiveness relationship in virtual teams. Data were obtained from 365 virtual team members...

Journal: :JOEUC 2013
John R. Carlson, Dawn S. Carlson, Emily M. Hunter, Randal L. Vaughn, Joey F. George,

The work of virtual teams is increasingly important to today’s organizations, work that is accomplished predominantly via computer-mediated communication. The authors investigate the moderating role of experience with instant messaging on the team interpersonal processes (cohesion and openness) to team effectiveness relationship in virtual teams. Data were obtained from 365 virtual team members...

Journal: :Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001
A K Showalter, M D Tsai,

The X family DNA polymerase from African swine fever virus (Pol X) has recently been characterized as the smallest known nucleotidyl transferase and has been suggested to play a role in DNA repair analogous to that of its mammalian sequence homologue, DNA polymerase â (Pol â).1 In this study an indepth kinetic analysis of Pol X, including catalytic efficiency and fidelity measurements for all p...

2006

1. I N T R O D U C T I O N There has been a great deal of interest of late in the automatic induction of natural language grammar. Given the difficulty inherent in manually building a robust parser, along with the availability of large amounts of training material, automatic grammar induction seems like a path worth pursuing. A number of systems have been built which can be trained automaticall...

2006

1. I N T R O D U C T I O N There has been a great deal of interest of late in the automatic induction of natural language grammar. Given the difficulty inherent in manually building a robust parser, along with the availability of large amounts of training material, automatic grammar induction seems like a path worth pursuing. A number of systems have been built which can be trained automaticall...

2003
Nancy J. Cooke, Erin E. Helm,

The design of team training programs and other team interventions could benefit from an understanding of team cognition. The research presented in this article evaluates methods for eliciting and assessing team knowledge during acquisition of a complex task. Knowledge measures are evaluated in terms of their ability to predict team performance and also in terms of how they reflect skill acquisi...

Journal: :Revista espanola de cardiologia 2009
Juan Carlos Kaski,

Correspondence: Prof. J.C. Kaski, MD, DSc, DM (Hons), FACC, FESC, FRCP, Cardiac and Vascular Sciences, St George’s, University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW 17 0RE, United Kingdon E-mail: jkaski@sgul.ac.uk See article on pageS 365-72 Clinical studies show that almost 10% of acute coronary events occur in patients under 45 years of age and it has been estimated that genetic factors contr...

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