UT Faculty/Researcher Works
University of Texas at Austin faculty and researchers may submit their work directly to the UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection, by logging in to Texas ScholarWorks with their EID and password. Once logged in, a button will appear on this page that says "Submit a new work to this collection." Clicking that button will start the submission process. If you are having any issues with the submission process, please contact the Repository Curator at email@example.com
The UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection focuses on electronic research, scholarship, and creative works, as well as materials that primarily reflect the intellectual environment of the UT campus, created by faculty and researchers of the University of Texas at Austin.
Examples of possible content that can be submitted to this collection are:
- Peer-reviewed articles where license allows
- White papers, working papers and technical reports
- Digitized data
- Audiovisual material
- Any other form of research output that can be technically loaded to the repository.
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(2016-07-22)Cadences are formulaic gestures of closure and temporal articulation in music. Although in the minority, rising melodic figures have a long history in cadences in European music of all genres. This essay documents and ...
(Advances in Planar Lipid Bilayers and Liposomes, 2014)We present optical observations of phase separation in mixed model membranes in the form of giant unilamellar vesicles. These observations are compared to the phase behavior of lipid mixtures, which we determined by X-ray ...
(Science, 2010-10)Bacterial biofilms are structured multicellular communities involved in a broad range of infections. Knowing how free-swimming bacteria adapt their motility mechanisms near surfaces is crucial for understanding the transition ...
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U. S. A., 2011-08)Cells self-assemble and differentiate to form functional structures. This theme is ubiquitous throughout multicellular life and happens all along an organism's lifespan, from embryogenesis to tissue maintenance in a mature ...
(American Society for Microbiology, 2014-02)The Vps/VacJ ABC transporter system is proposed to function in maintaining the lipid asymmetry of the outer membrane. Mutations in vps or vacJ in Shigella flexneri resulted in increased sensitivity to lysis by the detergent ...
A Low-Cost, Hands-on Module to Characterize Antimicrobial Compounds Using an Interdisciplinary, Biophysical Approach (PLoS Biology, 2015-01)We have developed a hands-on experimental module that combines biology experiments with a physics-based analytical model in order to characterize antimicrobial compounds. To understand antibiotic resistance, participants ...
Mechanism of A Prototypical Synthetic Membrane-Active Antimicrobial: Efficient Hole-Punching by Targeting Lipids With Negative Spontaneous Curvature Lipids (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U. S. A., 2008-12)Phenylene ethynylenes comprise a prototypical class of synthetic antimicrobial compounds that mimic antimicrobial peptides produced by eukaryotes and have broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity. We show unambiguously that ...
Integrating Resource Defence Theory with a Neural Nonapeptide Pathway to Explain Territory-Based Mating Systems (Frontiers in Zoology, 2015-08)The ultimate-level factors that drive the evolution of mating systems have been well studied, but an evolutionarily conserved neural mechanism involved in shaping behaviour and social organization across species has remained ...
Social Odors Conveying Dominance and Reproductive Information Induce Rapid Physiological and Neuromolecular Changes in a Cichlid Fish (BioMed Central, 2015-02)Social plasticity is a pervasive feature of animal behavior. Animals adjust the expression of their social behavior to the daily changes in social life and to transitions between life-history stages, and this ability has ...
(Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015-03)Membrane adhesion is essential to many vital biological processes. Sites of membrane adhesion are often associated with heterogeneities in the lipid and protein composition of the membrane. These heterogeneities are thought ...