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thermal conductivity strongly decreases with porosity, as shown in fig. 8. for comparison purposes, the thermal conductivity of a standard ceramic sample (prepared without porogen addition) was included in the figure. a threefold decrease in the thermal conductivity (from 0.71 to 0.23 w/m k) was observed when only 5 wt% sawdust was added to the bottom layer of the bi-layered discs. this observation is consistent with the above-mentioned porogen percolation threshold. indeed, sem micrographs in fig. 5b and f clearly show the formation of networks between adjacent pores, hence reducing the solid paths throughout the ceramic body. the thermal conductivity attenuation with porosity level observed in fig. 8 was steeper than that observed when polypropylene and polymethyl methacrylate were used as porogen agents (novais et al., 2014). the thermal insulation achieved with sawdust incorporation endows porcelain stoneware ceramic tiles with new features that may extend the range of applications of this common product.fig. 8. thermal conductivity of the porous layer sintered discs, prepared with sawdust, as function of open porosity level. the horizontal line corresponds to the thermal conductivity of a standard composition (without porogen).figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload as powerpoint slide4. conclusionsthis study evaluated the possibility of using wood wastes (sawdust) as a pore forming agent for producing porcelain stoneware ceramic tiles with novel features.lightweight bi-layered bodies showing suitable mechanical resistance and low thermal conductivity were fabricated, attesting to the potential of using sawdust as a pore forming agent in such fast-fired ceramic products.optical microscopy and mercury intrusion porosimetry characterization demonstrated that the porosity level is controlled by sawdust content, and therefore can be tuned considering the application envisaged.sawdust presents fast and complete combustion, without leaving residues or ashes, and does not induce defects in the ceramics bodies. additionally, the heat released from its decomposition brings value to the ceramic tile manufacturing process, allowing energy savings.the incorporation of sawdust in the bottom layer of the bi-layered ceramics promotes weight reduction (up to 7.5%) and simultaneous thermal conductivity attenuation (up to 76%). the low porogen percolation threshold (5 wt%) achieved endorsed a threefold decrease in the ceramic tile\’s thermal conductivity in comparison to commercial stoneware tiles. at the same time, the product complies with mechanical strength requirements when sawdust incorporation level is below 10 wt%.results demonstrate that innovative products with excellent features can be produced by incorporation of sawdust into porcelain stoneware ceramic tiles. the novel ceramic tiles ensure environmental, technical and economic advantages: waste valorisation by sawdust reuse (environmental advantage); density reduction of the product which decreases the tiles transportation and distribution costs (economic advantage); restrain energy loss (technical advantage). these new and exciting features may widen the range of applications of porcelain stoneware tiles while simultaneously contributing towards sustainable construction.acknowledgementsthe authors acknowledge the financial support from portuguese innovation agency (adi) through project thermocer, to ciceco (pest c/ctm/la0011/2013) and rnme – pole university of aveiro (fct project rede/1509/rme/2005) for instrument use, scientific and technical assistance. the authors acknowledge cinca for providing the spray-dried powder, and the assistance of dr. r.c. pullar with editing english language in this paper. posted in uncategorized | 691 comments » mar 25 gw841819x markov matrix of regional energy efficiency between and by admin venture capital; entity industry; green innovation1. introductionas the important foundation of national economy, entity industry refers to real industry satisfying material and cultural needs of human, including agriculture, manufacturing and most service industries. entity industry can be divided into green industry and non-green industry from the perspective whether it is conducive to resource conservation and environmental protection. green industry is conducive to resource conservation and environmental protection. narrow-sense green industry refers to service industry of gw841819x conservation and environmental management services, while general green industry is the industry consuming less resource and producing less environmental pollution. the so-called non-green industry refers to industries with large consumption of resources and heavy environmental pollution.green innovation refers to technological innovation that ecological concept is introduced into various stages of technological innovation for entity industry, thus benefiting resource conservation and environmental protection (zhang, 2013). practice in developed countries has proved its important supporting role in energy conservation. for example, the use of aeration technology played a huge role in the pollution control project of uk thames in early 1960s. in 1970s, japan introduced the world’s most stringent standards of sulfur dioxide emission, greatly reducing sulfur dioxide emissions through desulfurization technology (bu, 2006).the support of financial industry is indispensable to promote green innovation activities. it is reasonable and necessary for government to provide financial supports due to significant positive externalities of green innovation. however, financial resources form government is very limited compared to the fund demand of green innovation. after all, aspects of response to climate change, pollution control, eco-economy development, and sustainable development are common aspiration of mankind throughout the world. it is the inevitable trend of economic and social development to transform economic development mode and lifestyle with construction of ecological civilization. thus, expansion of green innovation funding sources has become an inevitable choice for entity industries. according to the prediction of us energy foundation and china national development and reform commission, annual financing gap of chinese energy saving industry, new energy industry and environmental management industry is about 200 billion rmb; it will reach at least two trillion rmb by 2020 (subject group, 2009). therefore, industries of energy conservation, new energy development and environmental management cannot be promoted for green innovation without active use of financial instruments, thus making it difficult to promote green innovation.academic research has proved the supporting role of venture capital in technology innovation. kortum and lerner (2000) found that venture capital greatly promoted technology innovation in economy in the united states – the promoting effect of 1 posted in uncategorized | 574 comments » mar 25 venture capital entity industry green innovation introductionas the by admin spatial markov matrix of regional gw841819x efficiency between 1999 and 2010 in china.spatial lagti/ti+1n1: <75%2: <100%3: <125%4: >125%11200.950.050.000.002120.050.860.090.00340.000.001.000.00400.000.000.000.0021650.900.080.000.022560.050.850.090.013290.000.150.780.074180.000.000.180.8231121.000.000.000.002150.000.690.310.003390.000.190.700.114180.000.050.140.814100.000.000.000.00200.000.000.000.003140.000.000.800.204580.000.000.030.97full-size tabletable optionsview in workspacedownload as csvtable 5 illustrates three factors.first, the spatial relationship between regions plays an important role in the convergence club of energy efficiency in china. with different neighbors, the transition probabilities of regional energy are different. in other words, if the background of a region does not change, the four conditional matrices in the same period in table 5 should be similar to each other. in fact, the background of a region does not change.second, different regional backgrounds play different roles in the transfer of energy efficiency type. the probability of an upward shift will increase and the probability of a downward shift will decrease if a region is within the regional neighborhood with a high level of energy efficiency. conversely, the probability of an upward shift will decrease and the probability of a downward shift will increase if a region is within the regional neighborhood with a low level of energy efficiency. between 1999 and 2010, when a region with low energy efficiency is adjacent to regions with low energy efficiency, the probability of an upward shift is 5%; meanwhile, if a region is adjacent to regions with medium-low, medium-high, or high-level energy efficiency, the upward shift probability is increased to 8%. the probability of an upward shift is 19%, and the probability of a downward shift is 10% if a region with medium-low energy efficiency is adjacent to regions with low or medium-low energy efficiency; the probability of an upward shift is 31% and the probability of a downward shift is 0% if a region is adjacent to regions with medium-high or high energy efficiency. when a region with medium-high energy efficiency is adjacent to regions with low, medium-low, or medium-high energy efficiency, the probability of an upward shift is 11% and the probability of a downward shift is 34%; meanwhile, if a region is adjacent to regions with high or medium-high energy efficiency, the probability of an upward shift is 20% and the probability of a downward shift is 0%. when a region with high energy efficiency is adjacent to regions with lower energy efficiency, the probability of a downward shift is 32%; meanwhile, if a region is adjacent to regions with higher energy efficiency, the probability of a downward shift is 3%.third, the matrix of the spatial markov transition probability provides a spatial interpretation for the “club convergence” phenomenon. a region will be negatively influenced by its geographical neighbors with a low level of energy efficiency. between 1999 and 2010, if the geographical neighbors of a region have a low level of energy efficiency, the probability of this region to maintain a low level of energy efficiency after several years is 95%. this probability is higher than the probability that ignores the regional neighbors in table 4, which is 0.92 in the same period. between 1999 and 2010, the probability of a region to maintain a high level of energy efficiency is 97% if its geographical neighbors are at a high level as well; this probability is higher than the probability in table 4 in the same period, which is 0.90.4. conclusionwe adopt dea in this paper to calculate regional energy efficiency from the perspective of total-factor energy efficiency, and the club convergence of the regional energy efficiency in china is subsequently tested using the markov chain and spatial markov chain methods. we draw the following conclusions:(1)the “club convergence” phenomenon exists in the regional energy efficiency in china between 1999 and 2010, and the levels of club convergence are low, medium-low, medium-high, and high. moreover, the stability of both low- and high-level club convergence is high.(2)the energy efficiency class transitions in china are highly constrained by their regional backgrounds. the regional transitions are positively influenced by regions with a high level of energy efficiency and are negatively influenced by regions with a low level of energy efficiency. these empirical analyses provide a spatial explanation to the existence of the “club convergence” phenomenon of regional energy efficiency in china.(3)in accordance with the dynamic evolution of regional energy efficiency in china, special attention should be paid to spatial effect, and regional cooperation should be strengthened. policy that favors the “enrich the neighbor” approach should be used in regions with a high level of energy efficiency. simultaneously considering the geography, population, industry, resources, etc., attains a win–win situation on energy efficiency. preferential policies should be implemented in the low-level and low-growth regions of energy efficiency to enhance the opening-up level, thus accelerating the adjustment and optimization of the industrial structure, and the promotion of energy efficiency of these areas.acknowledgementsthis paper is the stage achievement of the national natural science foundation of china (71303029) and the national social science fund project (10bgl066). the author is grateful for the support of the national natural science foundation of china and the national social science foundation of china. posted in uncategorized | 28 comments » dec 10 based on correlations between the removal of by admin based on correlations between the removal of torcs and surrogate parameters, the widespread applicability of this concept can be made available to diverse wastewater treatment facilities that use lp-uv/h2o2 process, provided the on-line sensors for the selected surrogates (tocoptical, uva254, and tf) are available and corrected for specific target water. this on-line monitoring strategy could be employed in situ, allowing for real-time data acquisition and prediction of process performance, without frequent torc analysis. the collected fmk readings of surrogate parameters are normally steady and stable, and can serve as an operational baseline for the monitoring system, under normal conditions. if a significant deviation of water quality occurs due to incremental treatment failure, this will trigger an alarm system. therefore, the integrated degradation profiles of torcs associated with sensor response with single or multiple surrogate parameters can be integrated into a supervisory control and data acquisition (scada) system to allow triggering alarm system, consequently enabling regulatory operators to be alerted to the problem and adjust the operational parameters through feedback loops for process control. in addition to monitoring of selected surrogate parameters on a regular basis, less frequent (i.e., monthly to annually) monitoring of the selected indicator compounds would provide confidence in the quality of the water supplied ( dickenson et al., 2009). 4. conclusions one of the important components of a potable water reuse system is real-time monitoring of treatment performance that allows for subsequent process control, this is especially critical in direct potable reuse (snyder, 2014 and paranychianakis et?al., 2015). in this study, the efficacy of lp-uv/h2o2 aop for the attenuation of 39 torcs was evaluated in two different municipal wastewater effluents to determine the photochemical reactivity as a function of the rate constants for uv direct photolysis and oh oxidation. the selected 18 torcs were categorized into three groups serving as indicator compounds. reductions in the water quality parameters evaluated by organic surrogates were also monitored using off-line analyses and on-line sensors to develop operational correlations. the results of this study indicate that the real-time or near-real time on-line sensors detecting toc (operated by optical-based analytical method), uva254 (or uvt254) and tf can be used as suitable surrogate parameters for the elimination of a family or group of torcs, and evaluation of treatment performance during lp-uv/h2o2 aop treatment. therefore, this automated on-line monitoring technique enables operators to provide a rapid, simple, cost-effective tool to predict the removal of torcs and treatment efficacy of aops that will reduce the analytical demand related to continuous monitoring of torcs. in addition, the on-line monitoring system equipped with the predetermined correlation profiles of indicator/surrogate framework can allow water utilities to build an early warning system triggered by an objective threshold of removal. although this surveillance and regulatory framework can ensure the elimination of torcs that are toxic to human health and ecosystems, a more comprehensive understanding of the formation of transformation products and intermediates, following the degradation of organic contaminants during the oxidation process is required, to better assess the integrated bioactivity and toxicity of treated water. this can be achieved through chemical identification and cellular bioassays that can protect public health. posted in inhibitors , fmk | no comments » dec 10 the energy yield of ha removal under different peak by admin the sw033291 yield of ha removal under different peak discharge voltages was calculated and the results were shown in fig. 4. the energy yield decreased with the increase of peak discharge voltage; it was 0.53 mg kj?1 within 30 min\’s discharge plasma treatment at peak discharge voltage 12.0 kv, which decreased to 0.4, 0.31 and 0.26 mg kj?1 within the same treatment time at peak discharge voltages 16.0, 19.6, and 23.0 kv, respectively. therefore, comprehensively considering ha removal efficiency and energy yield, the following studies were all conducted at discharge voltage of 19.6 kv. fig. 4. evolution of energy yield with treatment time under different discharge voltages.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (364 k)download as powerpoint slide 3.2. effect of solution ph on ha removal the solution ph value is a quite important parameter in reactions because it can control the existing form of compounds, which then affects their degradation processes. the effect of solution ph values on ha removal was presented in fig. 5. the highest ha removal efficiency occurred in weak alkaline environment, and very low ha removal efficiency was observed in acidic environment. within 30 min\’s discharge plasma treatment, only 36.9% of ha was removed at solution ph of 2.5, and it was enhanced to 56.7%, 84.6% and 92.1% at solution ph values of 4.5, 6.5 and 8.5, respectively; however, it decreased to 73.7% at solution ph of 10.5 within the same treatment time. fig. 5. evolution of ha removal efficiency with treatment time under different solution ph values.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (259 k)download as powerpoint slide the formation and roles of chemically active species was dependent on solution ph values. in acidic condition, the direct oxidation of ozone was in the ascendant for organic pollutant removal, while lots of ozone molecules would be decomposed into ·oh radicals in alkaline condition, which enhanced the oxidation capacity of reaction system, and thus ha removal efficiency was enhanced gradually with the increase of solution ph to a certain extent. however, at relatively higher solution ph, ·oh radicals could be consumed by oh- ions (see reaction 4) (mededovic and locke, 2007), therefore lowering ha removal at higher ph (ph 10.5 in the present research). a similar phenomenon was also observed by sahni in the degradation of pcbs in electric discharge process (sahni, 2006), in whose research almost 50% lower degradation efficiency was observed at solution ph 10.5, and he explained the phenomenon by the reaction of ·oh radicals with oh-, and reported the reaction rate (r1) of this reaction at solution ph 10 was 1.3 × 106c·oh. as reported, the general reaction between ha and ·oh radicals can be written as reaction 5 ( wang et?al., 2013a, wang et?al., 2013b and wang et?al., 2013c),equation(4)?oh+oh?→o??+h2ok=1.3×1010(ms)?1equation(5)?oh+ha→productsk=109~1010(ms)?1. posted in inhibitors , sw033291 | no comments » dec 10 finally the ultimate purpose of scientific research is by admin finally, the ultimate purpose of scientific research is solving clinical issue and alleviating the suffering caused by the disease. our study showed that the apoe promoter polymorphism (u491a) was related to rebleeding after sah, but the gap between our research results and clinical application is still huge. therefore, from a translational perspective, there may be some significant aspects that need to be investigated, e.g. in the current study, to thoroughly understand the mechanism of the apoe promoter polymorphism in influencing the sah rebleeding, and what related factor takes part into this process will be essential as the theoretical foundation. for the future study, a multi-center research with a larger pool of patients is necessary to address the definitive role of the apoe promoter polymorphism. perhaps the above comprehensive studies can translate the apoe promoter polymorphism to be a clinical predictor for rebleeding after spontaneous sah. 5. conclusion in sum, this is the first study to attempt to discover the potential relationship between the apoe promoter polymorphism and rebleeding. our finding indicates that patients with apoe promoter u491a are inclined to rebleeding after spontaneous sah in a chinese population. declaration of interest there are no competing interests for each author. acknowledgmentsthis research was supported by the chinese sichuan provincial health department research projects (no. 130213). wgcna, weighted gene co-expression network analysis; lchn, lung cancer-specific hub network; ms, module significance; gs, gene significance; tom, topologic overlap measure; kme, pearson\’s correlation coefficient between each individual gene and me; mes, module eigengenes; go, gene ontology. keywords lung cancer; gene ly2606368 profiling; systems biology; support vector machine; biomarkers 1. introduction lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths worldwide (jemal et al., 2011), and this disease largely affects the socioeconomic statuses of patients and their families, as well as the society. clinical and molecular evidence has proven that lung cancer is a heterogeneous disease, which demonstrates significant implications in diagnosis (cha et al., 2014), treatment (bepler et al., 2013uanduxian-jun et al., 2014), and prediction of patients\’ prognosis and survival (travis et al., 2011uanduli et al., 2013). an increasing number of clinical trials have emphasized targeted and personalized treatments that specifically benefit patients diagnosed by using observed gene expression profiles (bhattacharjee et al., 2001uandubeer et al., 2002). however, the mechanisms of molecular transcriptional networks and their related target genes, which contribute to lung cancer, remain largely unknown. microarray-based expression profiling analysis facilitates quantitative evaluation of lung cancer biology by simultaneously measuring gene expression levels at genome-wide scale. however, such analysis conventionally treats thousands of genes independently and ignores the high interconnection of the transcriptome. recently, a systems biology-based approach known as weighted gene coexpression network analysis (wgcna) has been proposed, and this method offers a promising technique for exploring the intrinsic organization of a transcriptome (bin and horvath, 2005). wgcna has been used to identify disease-related gene modules and key genes that contribute to phenotypic traits (ivliev et al., 2010, clarke et al., 2013, li et al., 2013, udyavar et al., 2013uanduchou et al., 2014). coexpression networks explore the relationships between genes and identify intrinsic modules of coordinately expressed genes; thus, this approach may significantly alleviate multiple testing problems (bin and horvath, 2005). compared with other techniques based on gene expression profiling network analysis, such as gene set enrichment analysis (gsea) or cytoscape-based approaches, wgcna transforms gene expression profiles into functional coexpressed gene modules, which do not rely on prior assumptions about genes or covariates, thereby providing insights into biological signaling networks that may be associated with phenotypic traits of interest. wgcna also avoids biologically wrong assumptions about independence of gene expression levels. in lung cancer studies, a network-based approach was conducted by li et al. (2013), who identified key genes that are closely linked to survival of lung cancer patients. spleen tyrosine kinase was also identified by wgcna both as a candidate biomarker for stratification of small-cell lung cancer patients and as a potential therapeutic target (udyavar et al., 2013). posted in inhibitors , ly2606368 | no comments » dec 10 fig ucomparison of structural features of by admin fig.2.ucomparison of structural features of the hzchsb and hzchsa genes in h. zea and h. armigera.the graphic representations of the predicted structural features in the 5 upstream sequences and the arrangement of the putative regulatory region, exons and introns for the hzchsb (panels a c, respectively) and hachsb (panels b d, respectively). positions of the consensus transcription factor binding sites are shown above the sequence lines for the 5 sequences of hzchsb (a) and hachsb (b). the odd exons for both hzchsb and hachsb (1a23) are shown as hashed boxes above the genomic sequence and the introns are shown as gray boxes above the exons. the functional cds for each gene is comprised of the assembled contiguous exons. the location of the alternative spliced exons for hzchsb is shown above the complete exon/intron profile in panel c. the scales for each panel accurately represent the bp position of the feature within the sequences.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (612 k)download as powerpoint slide 3.2. transcript properties and predicted chitin synthase structures in heliothine moths the hzchsb sequence produced a mature transcript of 5000 bases and transcript mapping showed there to be 24 introns processed from the primary transcript ( figs.2d and 4). the longest intron was 1330ubp (intron-20), the shortest was 79ubp (intron-9) while intron-1 was 410ubp and intron-2 was 635ubp. the hzchsb transcript had a 173 base 5 untranslated region (utr) prior to a single open reading frame (orf) that utilized a uga translational stop codon and coded for a polypeptide of 1528 amino glpg0634 (aa) residues. the orf was followed by 216 base 3 utr that included five putative polyadenine sites on the plus strand ( fig.4). the predicted protein had a three domain pattern typical of insect chitin synthases ( merzendorfer and zimoch, 2003uandumerzendorfer, 2011) that included seven transmembrane motifs in the amino terminus (domain a), the central two consensus catalytic sites (domain b), followed by five additional transmembrane motifs, the third catalytic site and two transmembrane motifs located in the carboxyl terminus (domain c) (fig.4). there were also two putative glycosylation sites and 45 potential phosphorylation sites (fig.4). no coiled-coil motifs were observed in the predicted hzchsb protein. fig.3.ucomparison of genomic structural features of the hzchsa and hachsa genes in h. zea and h. armigera.the graphic representations of the predicted structural features in the 5 upstream sequences and the arrangement of the putative regulatory region, exons and introns for the hzchsa (panels a c, respectively) and hachsa (panels b d, respectively). positions of the consensus transcription factor binding sites are shown above the sequence lines for the 5 sequences of hzchsa (a) and hachsb (b). the odd exons for both hzchsa and hachsa (1a23) are shown as hashed boxes above the genomic sequence and the introns are shown as gray boxes above the exons. the functional cds for each gene is comprised of the assembled contiguous exons. the scales for each panel accurately represent the bp position of the feature within the sequences.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (765 k)download as powerpoint slide posted in inhibitors , glpg0634 | no comments » dec 09 fig ua colony morphologies of by admin fig.1.ua. colony morphologies of wild type (wt) morphotype mutant strains of mycobacterium smegmatis mc26 representing each group (m1am3), the scale bar is 0.5 mm. b. categorisation of selected mutants based on their colony morphology. only those mutants with mapped transposon tasin-1 sites are listed. colonies were grown on middlebrook 7h10 agar supplemented with 0.05% tween-80.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (371 k)download as powerpoint slide fig.2.urepresentative control and test plates showing susceptibility profiles of morphotype mutant strains (squares) and wt mycobacterium smegmatis (circles) to 0.25umm hydrogen peroxide (h2o2). only those mutants with reproducible susceptibility are marked with squares. results shown are representative of two biological replicates.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (546 k)download as powerpoint slide table1. morphotype mutants of m. smegmatis mc26, their corresponding transposon insertion sites, stress sensitivities (s) and biofilm profiles. poi — point of transposon insertion, c — cytoplasm, m — plasma membrane, cf — culture filtrate. p — predicted by tmhmm (krogh et al., 2001), y — yes. op — present in a predicted operon, opfr — present in a predicted operon along with functionally related genes, opl — last gene in a predicted operon, sa — predicted as a standalone gene, na — not applicable. genomic locus data were obtained from door (mao et al., 2014), a database for prokaryotic operons. tr54 carries a disruption in a locus annotated as a pseudogene. those mutants selected for further characterisation were shown in bold letters.mutantdisrupted genegene length (bp)poim.tb homologuepredicted functionlocationdiah2o2inhbiofilm defectgenomic locustr34msmeg_388724650tatasec independent protein translocasemsssatr35msmeg_3174708706lspalipoprotein signal peptidasemssyoptr49msmeg_00351464194fhaafha domain proteincfssssatr54a14561309sahhadenosyl homocysteinasemsssnatr59msmeg_5069399128tatbsec independent protein translocasem (p)sopltr62msmeg_6939972650parachromosome partitioning proteincssopfrtr73msmeg_43232790526aceepyruvate dehydrogenasemsssysafull-size tabletable optionsview in workspacedownload as csv fig.3.ubiofilm pellicle textures of wild type (wt) and the morphotype mutant strains of m. smegmatis mc26 in modified m63 media. results shown are representative of two biological replicates.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (195 k)download as powerpoint slide 3.2. insertion site mapping identifies novel genetic associations with stress susceptibility and biofilm defects to identify the genes disrupted, the transposon insertion sites in the 7 colony morphotype mutants were determined using a modified genome walking protocol (lamichhane et al., 2003). in 4 of the 7 mutants the mutations mapped either to standalone genes or the last gene in a predicted operon, implying that the observed phenotypes in these mutants are unlikely to be due to polar effects. one gene was present in a predicted operon (mao et al., 2014) encoding functionally related genes indicating that the pathway in which it was involved in, can be linked to the observed phenotypes (table1). the disrupted genes were then matched to their respective homologues in the m.tb genome and the literature was mined for known phenotypes associated with these genes. the m.tb counterparts of the genes corresponding to 6 mutants encode proteins that are membrane/cell wall associated or present in the culture filtrate (http://tuberculist.epfl.ch/ (krogh et al., 2001)) suggesting their possible role in cell envelope homeostasis by virtue of their location. although sahhms, the m.tb homologue of the gene disrupted in tr54 was annotated as a pseudogene in m. smegmatis, re-sequencing analysis has revealed that it was mis-annotated due to sequencing errors ( table 1) (deshayes et al., 2007). the m.tb homologues of the genes inactivated in two mutants tr59 [msmeg_5069 (tatbms)::tn] and tr73 [msmeg_4323 (aceems)::tn] were reported to be essential for growth in the c57bl/6j mouse infection model, emphasising the in vivo relevance of the observed mutant phenotypes ( sassetti and rubin, 2003). the observed stress and biofilm phenotypes (table 1) showed novel genetic associations that assume relevance in the context of in vivo stress adaptation by m.tb. to confirm their association with the observed phenotypes, we selected two mutants (tr35 [msmeg_3174 (lspams)::tn] tr49 [fhaams::tn]) for complementation analyses. posted in inhibitors , tasin-1 | no comments » dec 09 btl-104 fig upositional preferences of tss tata box by admin fig.5.upositional preferences of tss, tata box and cis regulatory elements in novel finger millet mirnas.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (47 k)download as powerpoint slide table4. known cis-regulatory elements identified for novel mirnas in finger millet.nomotif logo/motifmotif sequencealgorithmfunctionm1acgtaterdiacgtplacerequired for etiolation-induced btl-104 of erd1 (early responsive to dehydration) in arabidopsism2caatbox1caatplacecaat promoter consensus sequence found in lega gene of peam3cactftppca1yactplacecomponent of mem1 (mesophyll expression module 1)m4dofcorezmaaagplacecore site required for binding of dof proteins in maizem5eboxbnnapacanntgplacee-box of napa storage-protein gene of brassica napusm6gataboxgataplacegata motif in camv 35s promoter; binding with asf-2m7gtgantg10gtgaplacegtga motif found in the promoter regionm8mycconsensusatcanntgplacemyc recognition site found in the promoters of the dehydration-responsive genem9wrky71ostgacplacebinding site of rice wrky71m10agtagatgconsensusundefinedm11atcttttgconsensusundefinedfull-size tabletable optionsview in workspacedownload as csv 4. discussion identification and characterization of mirna in various plant species is necessary to expedite their regulatory roles. introduction of high throughput sequencing technology has increased the number of mirnas identified by allowing sequencing of rna population on massive scale. large number of mirnas have been reported and deposited in mirbase from several model species. to date there is no data on finger millet whole genome; and it is confront to identify mirnas. first of its report in this study, an illumina small rna sequencing was performed to identify the complete set of conserved and novel mirnas. a large number of unique reads were generated and length distribution showed, the most abundant mirnas were 21 and 24unt (rajagopalan et al., 2006). the data processing, with blastn search and computational analysis enabled to identify 95 conserved mirnas from 39 families. a vital part was prediction of novel mirnas, un annotated reads after conserved mirna identification were subjected to further bioinformatics analysis and 3 novel mirnas were predicted using mirdeep2 with foxtail millet as reference genome. length of identified novel mirnas ranged from 18a22unt and their precursors length ranging from 66a77unt. average mefi value was u1.03, much lower than the recommended value of u0.85 (zhang et al., 2006b). sequencing frequency in high throughput sequencing can be used as strategy for analyzing relative abundance of mirnas (sunkar et al., 2006). mir156 which is found to be largely conserved across plant species was the most abundant family with eleven members and showed high expression levels. a relationship between the degree of evolutionary conservation and the level of expression was observed in conserved mirnas. majority of the conserved finger millet mirna families identified were conserved evolutionarily across plant species with high levels of expression. the less-conserved mirna families (mir437, mir528, mir845, mir2199, mir2275, and mir5073) showed lower abundance than the well-conserved mirna families. posted in inhibitors , btl-104 | no comments » dec 09 fig ufam family conservation in by admin fig. 1.ufam181 family conservation in vertebrates.a: multiple sequence alignment of mouse and human fam181 protein homologs. conserved residues between murine and human fam181b are highlighted in light gray, cyanine5.5 alkyne manufacturer conserved in 3 proteins by a dark gray background, and white lettered residues with a black background are those conserved in all 4 homologs. red and green dashed boxes outline highly conserved motifs. orange letters on a black background indicate residues conserved in all vertebrate species investigated in b. b: phylogenetic tree from selected vertebrate species. the cnidaria nematostella vectensis was used as outgroup. fam181b proteins are highlighted in green, fam181a proteins in blue.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (781 k)download as powerpoint slide the three boxes of highly conserved residues and the proline-rich stretch might play a role in the function of these proteins. a structural homology search using the phyre2 online tool (kelley and sternberg, 2009) showed a region of high similarity within fam181b to a motif from the hippo signaling effector yes-associated protein 1 (yap1, fold library ids c3kysb and c3juab), which is required for recognition by the dna-binding protein tead4 (chen et al., 2010; reveiwed in pan, 2010). this region partially overlapped with the conserved box 3 (residues 209 to 231) and was also found by a blast search with the third conserved box against all annotated mouse proteins. however, the functional relevance of this finding remains to be evaluated. 3.2. fam181a/b proteins predominantly localize to the nucleus the fam181 proteins were thus-far uncharacterized, aside from their grouping by sequence similarity. since the ensemble genome browser annotates the murine fam181b gene as a pseudogene (ensmusg 00000051515) we wanted to examine whether fam181b is expressed in vivo. therefore, we integrated a c-terminal v5-tag into one of the endogenous fam181b alleles in murine escs, which were then used to generate chimeric embryos ( fig. 2a). we were able to detect fam181b-v5 with the expected size (~u42ukda; fig. 2b, v5-ki lane) by immunoblotting of whole embryo protein lysates from ts13a14 knock-in embryos, as compared to control embryo lysate. this provides strong evidence that fam181b is a protein-coding gene with the predicted amino acid sequence. fig. 2.ufam181 protein expression and loc###http://www.pr-171.com/image/1-s2.0-s2211558714000715-gr2.jpg####alization.a: schematic representation of the construct for knock-in of v5-tagged fam181b into the endogenous locus. the neomycin resistance cassette was removed before diploid aggregation. b: whole embryo lysate of fam181b-v5 knock-in embryos generated by diploid aggregation (v5-ki) and wildtype embryos (wt) were analyzed for v5-tagged fam181b by immunoblot. laminin b1 served as loading control. cac: nih3t3 cells were transfected with an n-terminally v5-tagged fam181b orf expression construct, and analyzed by indirect immunofluorescence for v5. counterstaining was performed with dapi and fitc-phalloidin. dad?: nih3t3 cells were simultaneously transfected with c-terminally v5-tagged fam181b and c-terminally emgfp-tagged fam181a expression constructs. analyses were performed by indirect immunofluorescence for emgfp and v5, and cells were counterstained with dapi. scale baru=u25uμm.figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload high-quality image (736 k)download as powerpoint slide posted in inhibitors , cyanine5.5 alkyne manufacturer | no comments » dec 09 sch and omeprazole treated embryos exhibit a strong block by admin sch28080- and omeprazole-treated embryos exhibit a strong block to biomineralization, which prompted us to evaluate vegf and vegfr expression, since this signal-receptor pair is required for biomineralization (adomako-ankomah and ettensohn, 2013, duloquin et al., 2007 and knapp et al., 2012). surprisingly, we found that vegf and vegfr mdivi 1 cost was normal in sch28080-treated embryos. this interesting result indicates that normal vegf and vegfr expression is not sufficient for skeletogenesis in embryos lacking hka activity. these results are consistent with a model in which hka activity functions downstream from vegf signaling within the pmcs, although it is also possible that the hka operates independently of vegf. because we observed a complete loss of skeleton in embryos treated with sch28080 prior to pmc ingression, we measured biomineralization genes such as sm30, sm50, and p16 (cheers and ettensohn, 2005, wilt et al., 2013, wilt, 1999 and wilt et al., 2008), and found that biomineralization genes are expressed at normal levels in sch28080-treated embryos. these unexpected results indicate, first, that pmc specification does not require hka activity, and second, that biomineralization gene expression does not suffice for skeletogenesis. because syncytium formation was inhibited in sch28080-treated embryos and the pmc grn factor twist is required for pmc fusion (wu et al., 2008), we assessed twist expression, and found that twist levels are also comparable in sch28080-treated and control embryos. in fact, we found no differences in the expression of any genes in the well-described pmc specification gene regulatory network in sch28080-treated embryos. it remains unclear how syncytium formation is impaired by hka inhibition, but our results indicate that it is not via modulation of the known pmc grn. in comparison to the grn describing pmc specification, the pmc differentiation grn is relatively sparse. aside from twist, no genes are known that impact pmc fusion; thus, it is possible that sch28080 inhibits the expression of a currently unknown suite of pmc fusion genes. thus, chemical approaches that inhibit ion channels and pumps as used in the present study may serve to highlight biological processes for which portions of the grn are relatively incomplete. alternatively, it is plausible that the defect in pmc fusion in sch28080-treated embryos reflects a direct biophysical constraint on the fusion process itself, which may require a relatively hyperpolarized state within the pmcs. in the absence of both twist and syncytium formation, skeletogenesis is profoundly blocked (wu et al., 2008); thus, it is possible that the impaired pmc fusion in sch28080-treated embryos contributes to the block to skeletogenesis therein, particularly in embryos treated with sch28080 prior to the fusion event. however, defective fusion cannot account for the inhibition of biomineralization that occurs with sch28080 treatment initiated subsequent to syncytium formation. importantly, addition of sch28080 after skeletogenesis has begun prevents further biomineralization. thus, biomineralization requires continuous hka activity. notably, the block to skeletogenesis occurs with a delay, which suggests that the embryo becomes depleted of a component required for biomineralization. while loss of external calcium phenocopies sch28080 treatment by also producing a delayed block to skeletogenesis, addition of a calcium ionophore did not rescue sch28080 treatment, indicating that decreased calcium uptake does not explain the lack of skeleton production in sch28080-treated embryos. we found, instead, that sch28080 treatment results in increased intracellular calcium ion levels in the pmcs, along with decreased numbers of calcium-rich puncta. these puncta represent vesicles of precipitated amorphous calcium carbonate (acc) that is destined for secretion onto the mineral matrix (vidavsky et al., 2014). thus, calcium ions are stalled within pmcs in sch28080-treated embryos, and are unable to be precipitated and exported to the skeleton, accounting for the block to biomineralization observed with hka inhibition. posted in inhibitors , mdivi 1 cost | no comments » dec 09 marine environments are home to by admin marine environments are home to a rich diversity of animals covering all phyla, some of which have made major contributions to our understanding of biological processes (cubitt et al., 1995, doree and hunt, 2002 and kandel, 2001) and their evolution (garfield et al., 2012, hinman and davidson, 2007, putnam et al., 2008 and simakov et al., 2013). ascidians are marine invertebrate chordates that share a tadpole-like developmental stage with vertebrates, yet diverged long ago from the vertebrate lineage (lemaire, 2011). interestingly, this evolutionary conserved larval body plan is built from a much more compact genome than vertebrates, with small intergenic regions, compact genes (a few of them duplicated) and short cis-regulatory modules. as a consequence, the regulatory part of the genome, including transcription factor genes and the cis-regulatory sequences where they bind to orchestrate transcriptional networks, is particularly small. a likely q-vd oph cost to a compact genome is that around 20% of ascidian genes are organised into operons ( satou et al., 2008a). this phenomenon is associated with the extensive use of trans-splicing (matsumoto et al., 2010), a mechanism whereby a unique short splice leader (sl) sequence is spliced onto the 5″ end of many mature mrnas ( hastings, 2005 and satou et al., 2006). ciona intestinalis is currently the major ascidian model organism. the simple ciona embryos can be efficiently manipulated, microinjected and electroporated in batch, which, combined with their genomic simplicity, makes them one of the most powerful chordate systems for functional genomics approaches. this has allowed a partial deciphering of the early gene regulatory networks ( imai et al., 2006) and extensive characterisation of several hundred cis-regulatory sequences ( tassy et al., 2010). recent studies suggest that, in addition to their role in helping us understand the fundamental processes of ascidian developmental biology, c. intestinalis may help shed light on the origins of vertebrate features ( abitua et al., 2012, kaplan et al., 2015 and mazet et al., 2005). as expected from their phylogenetic vicinity to vertebrates, ascidian proteins may be active when expressed in vertebrate systems ( davis and smith, 2002 and marcellini et al., 2003). finally, ascidians are promising organisms to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying human pathologies (virata and zeller, 2010) and tissue regeneration ( jeffery, 2015 and rinkevich et al., 2013). in order to streamline in vivo functional genomics approaches in ciona, we have previously established, and successfully used, the gateway cloning system for the functional analysis of coding and non-coding regions in this species ( lamy et al., 2006, pasini et al., 2006 and rothbacher et al., 2007). this encouraged us to generate a set of gateway expression vectors adapted for mrna injections or electroporations in ciona and other metazoans ( roure et al., 2007). this system is suitable for handling large numbers of clones in medium-throughput gain- or loss-of-function screens. the required companion for such an approach is as complete as possible a collection of full-orf cdnas. an initial collection of 13,364 unique cdna clones, built from a large set of ests, has previously been released (satou et al., 2002). this collection, however, includes a substantial fraction of incomplete cdnas, and is constructed in a vector that is not compatible with the gateway system. in spite of significant scientific interest, there is to our knowledge no marine invertebrate species for which a systematic collection of full-orf cdna clones has been developed. a collection of 24,020 cdna clones was generated in the cephalochordate branchiostomae floridae ( yu et al., 2008), but no specific attempt was made to select only full-orf clones, nor to distinguish between recent paralogs and highly polymorphic loci. this may in part be due to the challenge of marine invertebrate genomes: recognition of open reading frames is made harder by the large evolutionary distances to the available non-marine model organisms with substantially mature genome-scale protein annotation. in the present case, c. intestinalis diverged over 500 million years ago from the closest taxa with annotated genomes: vertebrates and cephalochordates ( putnam et al., 2008). extensive protein divergence (fig. 1a, adapted from putnam et al. (2007)), contribute to the difficulty of identifying n-terminal coding sequences of many ciona proteins by simple comparison to orthologous proteins in the well annotated vertebrate species ( fig. 1c), an issue worsened by typically short 5″ utrs, often lacking upstream in-frame stop codons (fig. 1b). in addition, many marine invertebrates have high levels of polymorphism and undergo cryptic speciation: allelic variation in c. intestinalis within individuals can be over 1.5% ( dehal et al., 2002), and divergence between the two described subspecies can reach 12% in some loci ( caputi et al., 2007 and nydam and harrison, 2010). this degree of variation significantly widens the range of sequence identity over which allelic variation at a single locus may be confused with sequence divergence between recent paralogs, and thus complicates gene referencing and non-redundant clone selection. posted in inhibitors , q-vd oph cost | no comments » dec 09 hiv protease moisture content was determined in triplicate by drying samples at by admin moisture content was determined in triplicate by drying samples at 70 ± 5 °c to a constant weight. tc, tn and ts were measured using an elemental analyzer (vario, macro cube, germany). gas samples were taken and analyzed twice a day for 7 days and every day thereafter. the total odor emission of each was calculated by multiplying the ventilation volume by the representative odor concentration during that hiv protease day. then cumulative odor emissions were calculated by summing the odor emissions for each day. a tedlar bag was connected to the exhaust port, flushed 3 times and then gas was collected for 1 min. o2 and co2 were measured with a biogas monitor (geotech, biogas, uk). the sample bags were then connected to a gas chromatograph (gc-a90, echrom, china) to measure sulfur odors. the gas chromatograph was equipped with a capillary column (agilent, gas pro, usa) and a flame photometric detector. all the gas chromatograph (gc) gas tubes and fittings that come into contact with the sample gas were made of polytetrafluoroethylene (no metal) and large amounts of the gas samples were pumped through the gas tubes to minimize adsorption and ensure the accuracy of sulfur odor measurements. the gc oven temperature was programmed to increase from 60 to 200 °c at a rate of 20 °c per minute, and then to remain at 200 °c for 10 min. the carrier gas (he) flow rate was 3 ml min?1. the gc was calibrated using standard gases (haipu, beijing). three bottles of different standard gases were used. no. 1 standard gas contained 5 ppm me2ss, no. 2 standard gas contained 5 ppm diethyl sulfide (et2s) and 5 ppm me2s and no. 3 standard gas was a mixture of 5 ppm carbonyl sulfide (cos), 10 ppm cs2, 40 ppm h2s, 5 ppm mesh and 5 ppm ethyl mercaptan (etsh). the results were analyzed using echrom chem lab software version 1.0.2 (echrom, china). the detection limit was on the order of 100 ppb by volume, and the precision of repeated analysis was on the order of ±5%. 2.4. statistical analysis the differences between treatments were compared by one-way analysis of variance (anova) with fisher’;s lsd test and a 95% confidence interval was used. pearson’;s correlation coefficient was used for the analysis of bivariate correlations. minitab 17 software for windows was used for all statistical analyzes. 3. results and discussion 3.1. temperature and carbon dioxide temperatures in all treatments except t6 (75% moisture content) showed a typical pattern during composting. temperatures increased sharply to 70 °c during the first 1-2 days, remained above 60 °c through day 10 then gradually decreased to near ambient temperatures by day 26 (fig. 2a-c). after turning on days 3, 7 and 14, temperatures dropped but rapidly returned to levels similar to those prior to turning. these temperatures met the sanitation requirements of the chinese national standard (sanitary standard for the non-hazardous treatment of might soil, zhang et al., 2013). furthermore, electrical conductivity (ec), ph and germination index (gi) of the product showed that the compost product in all treatments except t6 were all in good quality after 28 days composting (table s2). fig. 2. temperatures and carbon dioxide concentrations in off gasses during composting as a function of feedstock ratio (a and d), moisture (b and e) and aeration (c and f).figure optionsdownload full-size imagedownload as powerpoint slide moisture content significantly influenced composting temperature (p < 0.001). in t6, the temperature increased more slowly to just 30 °c during the first 5 days, remained at temperatures above 30 °c for 7 days and then declined. the temperature of t6 did not reach 50 °c. this indicated that there was active aerobic microorganism in t6, but that they degraded compost material much more slowly than those in the other treatments and produced less heat. this phenomenon may have been caused by the high moisture content in t6 which limited oxygen transfer and diffusion and increased the heat capacity of the compost. the thermophilic phase of t7, which had the lowest aeration rate, lasted the longest of all of the treatments. according to delgado-rodríguez et al. (2011), composting temperature can be affected by feedstock mix ratio. but in this study since lower manure to corn stalks ratio were used to maximize the amount of swine manure in the compost and this effect was not observed. posted in inhibitors , hiv protease | no comments » 12345>> blogroll ghrp 6 recent posts based on correlations between the removal of the energy yield of ha removal under different peak finally the ultimate purpose of scientific research is fig ucomparison of structural features of fig ua colony morphologies of archives december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 april 2014 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 september 2012 categories inhibitors uncategorized tags2-methoxyestradiol 3x flag peptide 3x flag tag acth 1-39 aod9604 buy hgh frag 176-191 buy thymosin beta 4 ca 074 cjc 1293 cjc 1295 cjc 1295 with dac cjc 1295 without dac c myc peptide dsip e 64d follistatin 344 ghrp-2 ghrp 6 ha tag hexa his hexarelin hgh frag 176-191 igf 1 des igf 1 lr3 ipamorelin jq1 mechano growth factor melanotan i melanotan ii myostatin human propeptide onx-0912 peg mgf phos-tag pr-047 ps 341 pt 141 q-vd-oph sermorelin snap 8 s tag t7 tag tb500 tesamorelin thymosin beta 4 z-vad-fmk meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org © 2016 apoptosis guide theme by adazing web design


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