• Accretion Onto Planetary Mass Companions of Low-Mass Young Stars 

    Zhou, Yifan; Herczeg, Gregory J.; Kraus, Adam L.; Metchev, Stanimir; Cruz, Kelle L. (2014-03)
    Measurements of accretion rates onto planetary mass objects may distinguish between different planet Formation mechanisms, which predict different accretion histories. In this Letter, we use Hubble Space Telescope (HST)/WFC3 ...
  • Accuracy of RNA-Seq and its dependence on sequencing depth 

    Cai, Guoshuai; Li, Hua; Lu, Yue; Huang, Xuelin; Lee, Juhee; Muller, Peter; Ji, Yuan; Liang, Shoudan (BMC Bioinformatics, 2012-08-24)
    Background: The cost of DNA sequencing has undergone a dramatical reduction in the past decade. As a result, sequencing technologies have been increasingly applied to genomic research. RNA-Seq is becoming a common technique ...
  • Accuracy of RNA-Seq and its dependence on sequencing depth 

    Cai, Guoshuai; Li, Hua; Lu, Yue; Huang, Xuelin; Lee, Juhee; Muller, Peter; Ji, Yuan; Liang, Shoudan (BMC Bioinformatics, 2012-08-24)
    Background: The cost of DNA sequencing has undergone a dramatical reduction in the past decade. As a result, sequencing technologies have been increasingly applied to genomic research. RNA-Seq is becoming a common technique ...
  • Accuracy of RNA-Seq and its Dependence on Sequencing Depth 

    Cai, Guoshuai; Li, Hua; Lu, Yue; Huang, Xuelin; Lee, Juhee; Muller, Peter; Ji, Yuan; Liang, Shoudan (2012-08)
    The cost of DNA sequencing has undergone a dramatical reduction in the past decade. As a result, sequencing technologies have been increasingly applied to genomic research. RNA-Seq is becoming a common technique for surveying ...
  • Acid/Base Controlled Size Modulation of Capsular Phosphates, Hydroxide Encapsulation, Quantitative and Clean Extraction of Sulfate with Carbonate Capsules of a Tripodal Urea Receptor 

    Akhuli, Bidyut; Ravikumar, I.; Ghosh, Pradyut (2012-01)
    A simple tris-(2-aminoethyl) amine based pentafluorophenyl substituted tripodal urea receptor L has been extensively studied as a versatile receptor for various anions. Combined H-1-NMR, Isothermal Titration Calorimetry ...
  • Acoustic Radiation Force On A Sphere In Tissue 

    Ilinskii, Y. A.; Zabolotskaya, E. A.; Hamilton, M. F. (2012-05)
    A theory is presented for the acoustic radiation force on a sphere embedded in a soft elastic medium that possesses a shear modulus several orders of magnitude smaller than its bulk modulus. Scattering of both compressional ...
  • The ACS Nearby Galaxy Survey Treasury. III. Cepheids In The Outer Disk Of M81 

    McCommas, Les P.; Yoachim, Peter; Williams, Benjamin F.; Dalcanton, Julianne J.; Davis, Matthew R.; Dolphin, Andrew E. (2009-06)
    The ACS Nearby Galaxy Survey Treasury (ANGST) has acquired deep ACS imaging of a field in the outer disk of the large spiral galaxy M81. These data were obtained over a total of 20 Hubble Space Telescope orbits, providing ...
  • The ACS Survey Of Galactic Globular Clusters. III. The Double Subgiant Branch Of NGC 1851 

    Milone, A. P.; Bedin, L. R.; Piotto, G.; Anderson, J.; King, I. R.; Sarajedini, A.; Dotter, A.; Chaboyer, B.; Marin-Franch, A.; Majewski, S.; Aparicio, A.; Hempel, M.; Paust, N. E. Q.; Reid, I. N.; Rosenberg, A.; Siegel, M. (2008-01)
    Photometry with the Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys (HSTACS) reveals that the subgiant branch (SGB) of the globular cluster NGC 1851 splits into two well-defined branches. If the split is due only to an ...
  • The ACS Survey Of Galactic Globular Clusters. VI. NGC 6366: A Heavily Stripped Galactic Globular Cluster 

    Paust, Nathaniel E. Q.; Aparicio, Antonio; Piotto, Giampaolo; Reid, I. Neill; Anderson, Jay; Sarajedini, Ata; Bedin, Luigi R.; Chaboyer, Brian; Dotter, Aaron; Hempel, Maren; Majewski, Steven; Marin-Franch, A.; Milone, Antonio; Rosenberg, Alfred; Siegel, Michael (2009-01)
    We have used observations obtained as part of the Hubble Space Telescope/ACS Survey of Galactic globular clusters (GCs) to construct a color-magnitude diagram for the bulge cluster, NGC 6366. The luminosity function derived ...
  • The ACS Survey Of Galactic Globular Clusters. VII. Relative Ages 

    Marin-Franch, Antonio; Aparicio, Antonio; Piotto, Giampaolo; Rosenberg, Alfred; Chaboyer, Brian; Sarajedini, Ata; Siegel, Michael; Anderson, Jay; Bedin, Luigi R.; Dotter, Aaron; Hempel, Maren; King, Ivan; Majewski, Steven; Milone, Antonino P.; Paust, Nathaniel; Reid, I. Neill (2009-04)
    The ACS Survey of Galactic globular clusters is a Hubble Space Telescope Treasury program designed to provide a new large, deep, and homogeneous photometric database. Based on observations from this program, we have measured ...
  • The ACS Survey Of Galactic Globular Clusters. VIII. Effects Of Environment On Globular Cluster Global Mass Functions 

    Paust, Nathaniel EQ; I. Neill Reid; Giampaolo Piotto; Antonio Aparicio; Jay Anderson; Ata Sarajedini; Luigi R. Bedin; Chaboyer, Brian; Dotter, Aaron; Hempel, Maren; Majewski, Steven; Marin-Franch, A.; Milone, Antonio; Rosenberg, Alfred; Siegel, Michael (2010-02)
    We have used observations obtained as part of the Hubble Space Telescope/ACS Survey of Galactic Globular Clusters to construct global present-day mass functions for 17 globular clusters utilizing multi-mass King models to ...
  • The ACS Survey Of Globular Clusters. V. Generating A Comprehensive Star Catalog For Each Cluster 

    Anderson, Jay; Ata Sarajedini; Luigi R. Bedin; Ivan R. King; Giampaolo Piotto; I. Neill Reid; Michael Siegel; Majewski, Steven R.; Paust, Nathaniel E. Q.; Aparicio, Antonio; Milone, Antonio P.; Chaboyer, Brian; Rosenberg, Alfred (2008-06)
    The ACS Survey of Globular Clusters has used Hubble Space Telescope's Wide-Field Channel to obtain uniform imaging of 65 of the nearest globular clusters to provide an extensive homogeneous data set for a broad range of ...
  • Activation of Arabidopsis Seed Hair Development by Cotton Fiber-Related Genes 

    Guan, Xueying; Lee, Jinsuk J.; Pang, Mingxiong; Shi, Xiaoli; Stelly, David M.; Chen, Z. Jeffrey (Public Library of Science, 2011-07-11)
    Each cotton fiber is a single-celled seed trichome or hair, and over 20,000 fibers may develop semi-synchronously on each seed. The molecular basis for seed hair development is unknown but is likely to share many similarities ...
  • Activity-travel patterns of non-workers in the San Francisco Bay Area: An exploratory analysis 

    Misra, Rajul; Bhat, Chandra R. (Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2000)
    Analysis of activity-travel patterns is an important component of any activity-based transportation planning exercise. Most of the current activity-travel literature focuses on studying the characteristics of workers. ...
  • ADaM: Augmenting Existing Approximate Fast Matching Algorithms with Efficient and Exact Range Queries 

    Clement, Nathan L.; Thompson, Lee P.; Miranker, Daniel P. (2014-05)
    Drug discovery, disease detection, and personalized medicine are fast-growing areas of genomic research. With the advancement of next-generation sequencing techniques, researchers can obtain an abundance of data for many ...
  • Adaptations Between Ecotypes And Along Environmental Gradients In Panicum Virgatum* 

    Lowry, David B.; Behrman, Kathrine D.; Grabowski, Paul; Morris, Geoffrey P.; Kiniry, James R.; Juenger, Thomas E. (2014-05)
    Determining the patterns and mechanisms of natural selection in the wild is of fundamental importance to understanding the differentiation of populations and the evolution of new species. However, it is often unknown the ...
  • Adaptive Expansion of the Maize Maternally Expressed Gene (Meg) Family involves Changes in Expression Patterns and Protein Secondary Structures of its Members 

    Xiong, Yuqing; Mei, Wenbin; Kim, Eun-Deok; Mukherjee, Krishanu; Hassanein, Hatem; Barbazuk, William Brad; Sung, Sibum; Kolaczkowski, Bryan; Kang, Byung-Ho (2014-08)
    The Maternally expressed gene (Meg) family is a locally-duplicated gene family of maize which encodes cysteine-rich proteins (CRPs). The founding member of the family, Meg1, is required for normal development of the basal ...
  • Adaptive Optics Imaging Of Quasi-Stellar Objects With Double-Peaked Narrow Lines: Are They Dual Active Galactic Nuclei? 

    Rosario, D. J.; McGurk, R. C.; Max, C. E.; Shields, Gregory A.; Smith, K. L.; Ammons, S. M. (2011-09)
    Active galaxies hosting two accreting and merging supermassive black holes (SMBHs)-dual active galactic nuclei (AGNs)-are predicted by many current and popular models of black-hole-galaxy co-evolution. We present here the ...
  • Adhesion promotes phase separation in mixed-lipid membranes 

    Gordon, Vernita D.; Deserno, M.; Andrew, C. M. J.; Egelhaaf, S. U.; Poon, W. C. K. (European Physical Society, 2008-11)
    We investigate the interplay of domain formation and adhesion in mixed-lipid membranes. Giant unilamellar vesicles consisting of two- and three-component lipid mixtures are studied using confocal fluorescence microscopy. ...