319 research outputs found

    Part of the analysis report file generated after an automated run, viewed in the Microsoft Word "Reading" layout

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    <p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "Automating dChip: toward reproducible sharing of microarray data analysis"</p><p>http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2105/9/231</p><p>BMC Bioinformatics 2008;9():231-231.</p><p>Published online 8 May 2008</p><p>PMCID:PMC2390544.</p><p></p

    Correlation analysis between the spectral reflectance and the nitrogen concentration.

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    <p>Correlation analysis between the spectral reflectance and the nitrogen concentration.</p

    The peak of synchronous and asynchronous two-dimensional correlation.

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    <p>The peak of synchronous and asynchronous two-dimensional correlation.</p

    One-Step Asymmetric Growth of Continuous Metal–Organic Framework Thin Films on Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystal Arrays: A Facile Approach toward Multifunctional Superstructures

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    In this work, we present a facile approach toward producing multifunctional metal–organic framework (MOF) superstructures by asymmetric growth of continuous MOFs thin films on two-dimensional colloidal crystal arrays anchored at the air–solution interfaces, in which the control over spatial configuration, structural hierarchy, and overall dimensionality of MOF superstructures can be realized all at once. This interfacial growth method also endows MOF superstructures with an unprecedented transferability, which greatly facilitates the interfacing of MOF materials with other functional surfaces. We have demonstrated this by the construction of layered structures (including hybrid ones) that are promising for device applications. Taking advantage of the resultant periodic and hierarchical porous structures, the as-grown MOF superstructures lend themselves to efficient vapor sensing, size-screening of nanoparticles, and removal of dye molecules from aqueous solutions, and have exhibited a superior performance as compared to their unstructured counterparts. Therefore, this work not only presents an efficient route in well-organizing MOF nanocrystals at the meso-/macroscopic scale but also provides an inspiring example of enriching the material performance of MOFs by shaping their physical forms

    Characteristics of the nitrogen concentration of the samples.

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    <p>Characteristics of the nitrogen concentration of the samples.</p

    Evaluation of the nitrogen content during the new-shoot-growing stage in apple leaves using two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy - Fig 4

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    <p>Comparison of the SVM measured values and the values predicted on the basis of the (a) calibration with Rx, (b) validation with Rx, (c) calibration with Sx, and (d) validation with Sx.</p

    Spectral reflectance characteristics of leaves with different nitrogen concentrations.

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    <p>Spectral reflectance characteristics of leaves with different nitrogen concentrations.</p

    Support vector machine regression model parameters.

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    <p>Support vector machine regression model parameters.</p

    sj-pdf-2-inq-10.1177_00469580241235755 – Supplemental material for Lifestyle and ADL Are Prioritized Factors Influencing All-Cause Mortality Risk Among Oldest Old: A Population-Based Cohort Study

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    Supplemental material, sj-pdf-2-inq-10.1177_00469580241235755 for Lifestyle and ADL Are Prioritized Factors Influencing All-Cause Mortality Risk Among Oldest Old: A Population-Based Cohort Study by Zhiwen Ge, Cheng Li, Yaru Li, Nan Wang and Zhongxin Hong in INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing</p
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