• {N,N-Bis 2-(Diphenylphosphanyl)Ethyl Aniline}(Eta(2)-Dibenzylideneaceton E)Palladium(0) 

    Keskin, Seyma Goren; Stanley, Julie M.; Mejia, Michelle L.; Holliday, Bradley J. (2011-11)
    In the title complex, [Pd(C34H33NP2)(C17H14O)], the Pd-0 atom is coordinated in a trigonal planar geometry formed by two P atoms of a bis[(diphenylphosphino)ethyl] aniline ligand and a C=C (eta(2)) bond involving the C ...
  • An N-Body Integrator For Gravitating Planetary Rings, And The Outer Edge Of Saturn's B Ring 

    Hahn, Joseph M.; Spitale, Joseph N. (2013-08)
    A new symplectic N-body integrator is introduced, one designed to calculate the global 360. evolution of a self-gravitating planetary ring that is in orbit about an oblate planet. This freely available code is called ...
  • The Nail Fight (boys 4-6) 

    Hopper, Robert, 1945-1998 (1980 to 19)
  • Nanog1 in NTERA-2 and Recombinant NanogP8 from Somatic Cancer Cells Adopt Multiple Protein Conformations and Migrate at Multiple M.W Species 

    Liu, Bigang; Badeaux, Mark D.; Choy, Grace; Chandra, Dhyan; Shen, Irvin; Jeter, Collene R.; Rycaj, Kiera; Lee, Chia-Fang; Person, Maria D.; Liu, Can; Chen, Yurping; Shen, Jianjun; Jung, Sung Yun; Qin, Jun; Tang, Dean G. (PLOS One, 2014-03-05)
    Human Nanog1 is a 305-amino acid (aa) homeodomain-containing transcription factor critical for the pluripotency of embryonic stem (ES) and embryonal carcinoma (EC) cells. Somatic cancer cells predominantly express a retrogene ...
  • Nanoindentation Of Si Nanostructures: Buckling And Friction At Nanoscales 

    Huang, H.; Li, B.; Zhao, Q.; Luo, Z. Q.; Im, J.; Kang, M. K.; Allen, R. A.; Cresswell, M. W.; Huang, R.; Ho, P. S. (2009-11)
    A nanoindentation system was employed to characterize mechanical properties of silicon nanolines (SiNLs), which were fabricated by an anisotropic wet etching (AWE) process. The SiNLs had the linewidth ranging from 24 nm ...
  • Nanoscale Thermal Transport. II. 2003-2012 

    Cahill, David G.; Braun, Paul V.; Chen, Gang; Clarke, David R.; Fan, Shanhi; Goodson, Kenneth E.; Keblinski, Pawel; King, William P.; Mahan, Gerald D.; Majumdar, Arun; Maris, Humphrey J.; Phillpot, Simon R.; Pop, Eric; Shi, Li (2014-03)
    A diverse spectrum of technology drivers such as improved thermal barriers, higher efficiency thermoelectric energy conversion, phase-change memory, heat-assisted magnetic recording, thermal management of nanoscale ...
  • Nasal Delivery of an Adenovirus-Based Vaccine Bypasses Pre-Existing Immunity to the Vaccine Carrier and Improves the Immune Response in Mice 

    Croyle, Maria A.; Patel, Ami; Tran, Kaylie N.; Gray, Michael; Zhang, Yi; Strong, James E.; Feldmann, Heinz; Kobinger, Gary P. (Public Library of Science, 2008-10-29)
    Pre-existing immunity to human adenovirus serotype 5 (Ad5) is common in the general population. Bypassing pre-existing immunity could maximize Ad5 vaccine efficacy. Vaccination by the intramuscular (I.M.), nasal (I.N.) or ...
  • National Law and Indigenous Customary Law: The struggle for justice of indigenous women in Chiapas, Mexico 

    Hernández Castillo, Rosalva Aída (2007)
    During the course of the past two decades official projections of national identity in Mexico have undergone important changes. By the early 1990s a state discourse characteristic of post-revolutionary nationalism focused ...
  • Natural Allelic Variation Defines a Role for ATMYC1: Trichome Cell Fate Determination 

    Symonds, V. Vaughan; Hatlestad, Greg; Lloyd, Alan M. (Public Library of Science, 2011-06-09)
    The molecular nature of biological variation is not well understood. Indeed, many questions persist regarding the types of molecular changes and the classes of genes that underlie morphological variation within and among ...
  • Natural History Note Differential Response To Circularly Polarized Light By The Jewel Scarab Beetle Chrysina Gloriosa 

    Brady, Parrish; Cummings, Molly (2010-05)
    Circularly polarized light is rare in the terrestrial environment, and cuticular reflections from scarab beetles are one of the few natural sources. Chrysina gloriosa LeConte 1854, a scarab beetle found in montane juniper ...
  • Natural History Of Syphilitic Aortitis 

    Roberts, William Clifford; Ko, Jong Mi; Vowels, Travis James (2009-12)
    No large studies of cardiovascular syphilis at necropsy have been reported since 1964. We examined at necropsy 90 patients who had characteristic morphologic findings of syphilitic aortitis. None had ever undergone ...
  • Nature Of Transition Circumstellar Disks. I. The Ophiuchus Molecular Cloud 

    Cieza, Lucas A.; Schreiber, Matthias R.; Romero, Grisela A.; Mora, Marcelo D.; Merin, Bruno; Swift, Jonathan J.; Orellana, Mariana; Williams, Jonathan P.; Harvey, Paul M.; Evans, Neal J. (2010-04)
    We have obtained millimeter-wavelength photometry, high-resolution optical spectroscopy, and adaptive optics near-infrared imaging for a sample of 26 Spitzer-selected transition circumstellar disks. All of our targets are ...
  • Near-Infrared Broad-Line Profiles In Low-Redshift QSOs 

    Thompson, Keith L. (1992-08)
    We present near-infrared and optical spectrophotometry of six low-redshift QSOs. The integrated Pa-alpha/H-alpha-ratios cluster near the value 0.1, with one exception having a larger ratio consistent with other evidence ...
  • Near-Infrared Line Identification In Type Ia Supernovae During The Transitional Phase 

    Friesen, Brian; Baron, E.; Wisniewski, John P.; Parrent, Jerod T.; Thomas, R. C.; Miller, Timothy R.; Marion, G. H. (2014-09)
    We present near-infrared synthetic spectra of a delayed-detonation hydrodynamical model and compare them to observed spectra of four normal Type Ia supernovae ranging from day +56.5 to day +85. This is the epoch during ...
  • Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Of Low-Mass X-Ray Binaries: Accretion Disk Contamination And Compact Object Mass Determination In V404 Cyg And Cen X-4 

    Khargharia, Juthika; Froning, Cynthia S.; Robinson, Edward L. (2010-06)
    We present near-infrared (NIR) broadband (0.80-2.42 mu m) spectroscopy of two low-mass X-ray binaries: V404 Cyg and Cen X-4. One important parameter required in the determination of the mass of the compact objects in these ...
  • The Near-Ultraviolet Luminosity Function Of Young, Early M-Type Dwarf Stars 

    Ansdell, Megan; Gaidos, Eric; Mann, Andrew W.; Lepine, Sebastien; James, David; Buccino, Andrea; Baranec, Christoph; Law, Nicolas M.; Riddle, Reed; Mauas, Pablo; Petrucci, Romina (2015-01)
    Planets orbiting within the close-in habitable zones of M dwarf stars will be exposed to elevated high-energy radiation driven by strong magnetohydrodynamic dynamos during stellar youth. Near-ultraviolet (NUV) irradiation ...
  • Neighborhood sampling: how many streets must an auditor walk? 

    McMillan, Tracy E.; Cubbin, Catherine; Parmenter, Barbara; Medina, Ashley V.; Lee, Rebecca E. (International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2010-03-12)
    This study tested the representativeness of four street segment sampling protocols using the Pedestrian Environment Data Scan (PEDS) in eleven neighborhoods surrounding public housing developments in Houston, TX. The ...
  • Neon And CNO Abundances For Extreme Helium Stars-A Non-LTE Analysis 

    Pandey, Gajendra; Lambert, David L. (2011-02)
    A non-LTE (NLTE) abundance analysis was carried out for three extreme helium stars (EHes): BD+10 degrees 2179, BD-9 degrees 4395, and LS IV+6 degrees 002, from their optical spectra with NLTE model atmospheres. NLTE TLUSTY ...
  • The Neptune-Sized Circumbinary Planet Kepler-38B 

    Orosz, Jerome A.; Welsh, William F.; Carter, Joshua A.; Brugamyer, Erik; Buchhave, Lars A.; Cochran, William D.; Endl, Michael; Ford, Eric B.; MacQueen, Phillip; Short, Donald R.; Torres, Guillermo; Windmiller, Gur; Agol, Eric; Barclay, Thomas; Caldwell, Douglas A.; Clarke, Bruce D.; Doyle, Laurance R.; Fabrycky, Daniel C.; Geary, John C.; Haghighipour, Nader; Holman, Matthew J.; Ibrahim, Khadeejah A.; Jenkins, Jon M.; Kinemuchi, Karen; Li, Jie; Lissauer, Jack J.; Prsa, Andrej; Ragozzine, Darin; Shporer, Avi; Still, Martin; Wade, Richard A. (2012-10)
    We discuss the discovery and characterization of the circumbinary planet Kepler-38b. The stellar binary is single-lined, with a period of 18.8 days, and consists of a moderately evolved main-sequence star (M-A = 0.949+/-0.059 ...
  • Nescio Quid Febriculosi Scorti A Note on Catullus 6 

    Morgan, M. Gwyn (The Classical Quarterly (New Series), 1977)