• QSO Historical Light Curves 

    Angione, Ronald J. (1973-06)
  • Quantal Time Asymmetry: Mathematical Foundation And Physical Interpretation 

    Bohm, A. (2010-07)
    Time in standard quantum mechanics extends from -infinity < t < + infinity; this is the result of a mathematical theorem (Stone-von Neumann) for the solutions of the Schrodinger equation for states or of the Heisenberg ...
  • Quantitative aspects of transmitter release 

    Bittner, George D.; Kennedy, Donald (1970-12)
    The opener-stretcher motor neuron in crayfish makes 50 endings upon each of 1200 muscle fibers . We have calculated the quantal content of junctional potentials produced by individual terminals and by the whole cell at ...
  • Quantitative gene expression assessment identifies appropriate cell line models for individual cervical cancer pathways 

    Carlson, Mark W.; Iyer, Vishwanath R.; Marcotte, Edward M. (BMC Genomics, 2007-05-10)
    Background: Cell lines have been used to study cancer for decades, but truly quantitative assessment of their performance as models is often lacking. We used gene expression profiling to quantitatively assess the gene ...
  • Quantitative Spectroscopy In 3D 

    Koesterke, L. (2009-09)
    The Advanced Spectrum Synthesis 3D Tool ASSET is introduced. ASSET allows for the accurate and fast calculation of spectra from 3D hydrodynamical models. To achieve the highest numerical accuracy 3(rd)-order Bezier ...
  • Quantum Contextuality As A Measurement Disturbance Effect 

    La Cour, B. R. (2009-03)
    The question of quantum contextuality in the Mermin-Peres square is considered. It is shown that a deterministic, noncontextual hidden variable model of this problem is not inconsistent with quantum mechanics, contrary to ...
  • The Quasar SDSS J105041.35+345631.3: Black Hole Recoil Or Extreme Double-Peaked Emitter? 

    Shields, Gregory A.; Rosario, D. J.; Smith, K. L.; Bonning, E. W.; Salviander, Sarah; Kalirai, J. S.; Strickler, R.; Ramirez-Ruiz, E.; Dutton, A. A.; Treu, T.; Marshall, P. J. (2009-12)
    The quasar SDSS J105041.35+345631.3 (z = 0.272) has broad emission lines blueshifted by 3500 km s(-1) relative to the narrow lines and the host galaxy. Such an object may be a candidate for a recoiling supermassive black ...
  • Quasi-random maximum simulated likelihood estimation of the mixed multinomial logit model 

    Bhat, Chandra R. (Elsevier, 2001)
    This paper proposes the use of a quasi-random sequence for the estimation of the mixed multinomial logit model. The mixed multinomial structure is a flexible discrete choice formulation which accommodates general ...
  • A Quintet Of Black Hole Mass Determinations 

    Gueltekin, Kayhan; Richstone, Douglas O.; Gebhardt, Karl; Lauer, Tod R.; Pinkney, Jason; Aller, Monique C.; Bender, Ralf; Dressler, Alan; Faber, S. M.; Filippenko, Alexei V.; Green, Richard; Ho, Luis C.; Kormendy, John; Siopis, Christos (2009-04)
    We report five new measurements of central black hole masses based on Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph and Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 observations with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and on axisymmetric, three-integral, ...
  • Rac1 and Rac3 isoform activation is involved in the invasive and metastatic phenotype of human breast cancer cells 

    Baugher, Paige J.; Krishnamoorthy, Lakshmi; Price, Janet E.; Dharmawardhane, Surangani F. (Breast Cancer Research, 2005-09-30)
    Introduction: The metastatic progression of cancer is a direct result of the disregulation of numerous cellular signaling pathways, including those associated with adhesion, migration, and invasion. Members of the Rac ...
  • Radial Velocity Observations And Light Curve Noise Modeling Confirm That Kepler-91B Is A Giant Planet Orbiting A Giant Star 

    Barclay, Thomas; Endl, Michael; Huber, Daniel; Foreman-Mackey, Daniel; Cochran, William D.; MacQueen, Phillip J.; Rowe, Jason F.; Quintana, Elisa V. (2015-02)
    Kepler-91b is a rare example of a transiting hot Jupiter around a red giant star, providing the possibility to study the formation and composition of hot Jupiters under different conditions compared to main-sequence stars. ...
  • Radiative Transfer Effect On Ultraviolet Pumping Of The 21 cm Line In The High-Redshift Universe 

    Chuzhoy, Leonid; Zheng, Zheng (2007-12)
    During the epoch of reionization the 21 cm signal is sensitive to the scattering rate of the ultraviolet photons, redshifting across the Ly alpha resonance. Here we calculate the photon scattering rate profile for a single ...
  • Radical Politics in West Bengal by Marcus F. Franda 

    Hardgrave Jr, Robert L. (The Journal of Politics, 1972)
  • Radius Constraints From High-Speed Photometry Of 20 Low-Mass White Dwarf Binaries 

    Hermes, J. J.; Brown, Warren R.; Kilic, Mukremin; Gianninas, A.; Chote, Paul; Sullivan, Denis J.; Winget, D. E.; Bell, Keaton J.; Falcon, Ross E.; Winget, K. I.; Mason, Paul A.; Harrold, Samuel T.; Montgomery, Michael H. (2014-09)
    We carry out high-speed photometry on 20 of the shortest-period, detached white dwarf binaries known and discover systems with eclipses, ellipsoidal variations (due to tidal deformations of the visible white dwarf), and ...
  • Rahman (British) 

    Hopper, Robert, 1945-1998 (1980 to 19)
  • Rapid Decline Of Ly Alpha Emission Toward The Reionization Era 

    Tilvi, Vithal; Papovich, Casey; Finkelstein, Steven L.; Long, J.; Song, Mimi; Dickinson, Mark; Ferguson, Henry C.; Koekemoer, A. M.; Giavalisco, Mauro; Mobasher, Bahram (2014-10)
    The observed deficit of strongly Ly alpha emitting galaxies at z > 6.5 is attributed to increasing neutral hydrogen in the intergalactic medium (IGM) and/or to the evolving galaxy properties. To investigate this we have ...
  • Rapid Evolution of Coral Proteins Responsible for Interaction with the Environment 

    Voolstra, Christian R.; Sunagawa, Shinichi; Matz, Mikhail V.; Bayer, Till; Aranda, Manuel; Buschiazzo, Emmanuel; DeSalvo, Michael K.; Lindquist, Erika; Szmant, Alina M.; Coffroth, Mary Alice; Medina, Mónica (Public Library of Science, 2011-05-25)
    Background -- Corals worldwide are in decline due to climate change effects (e.g., rising seawater temperatures), pollution, and exploitation. The ability of corals to cope with these stressors in the long run depends on ...
  • Rapid induction of functional and morphological continuity between severed ends of mammalian or earthworm myelinated axons 

    Lore, April B.; Hubbell, Jeffery A.; Bobb, David S. Jr.; Ballinger, Martis L.; Loftin, Keisha L.; Smith, Jeffory W.; Smyers, Mark E.; Garcia, Habacuc D.; Bittner, George D. (Society for Neuroscience, 1999-04-01)
    The inability to rapidly restore the loss of function that results from severance (cutting or crushing) of PNS and CNS axons is a severe clinical problem. As a novel strategy to help alleviate this problem, we have ...
  • Rapid targeted gene disruption in Bacillus anthracis 

    Saldanda, Roland J.; Pemberton, Adin; Schiflett, Patrick; Perutka, Jiri; Whitt, Jacob T.; Ellingotn, Andrew; Lambowitz, Alan M.; Kramer, Ryan; Taylor, Deborah; Lamkin, Thomas J. (BMC Biotechnology, 2013-09-18)
    Background: Anthrax is a zoonotic disease recognized to affect herbivores since Biblical times and has the widest range of susceptible host species of any known pathogen. The ease with which the bacterium can be weaponized ...