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Expanding Einstein-Yang-Mills by Yang-Mills in CHY frame

Using the Cachazo-He-Yuan (CHY) formalism, we prove a recursive expansion of tree level single trace Einstein-Yang-Mills (EYM) amplitudes with an arbitrary number of gluons and gravitons, which is valid for general spacetime dimensions and any helicity configurations. The recursion is written in terms of fewer-graviton EYM amplitudes and pure Yang-Mills (YM) amplitudes, which can ...

Derivation of Feynman rules for higher order poles using cross-ratio identities in CHY construction

In order to generalize the integration rules to general CHY integrands which include higher order poles, algorithms are proposed in two directions. One is to conjecture new rules, and the other is to use the cross-ratio identity method. In this paper, we use the cross-ratio identity approach to re-derive the conjectured integration rules involving higher order poles for several ...

CHY-construction of planar loop integrands of cubic scalar theory

In this paper, by treating massive loop momenta as massless momenta in higher dimensions, we are able to treat all-loop scattering equations as tree ones. As an application of the new perspective, we consider the CHY-construction of bi-adjoint ϕ 3 theory. We present the explicit formula for two-loop planar integrands. We discuss in details how to subtract various forward ...

Age influences the olfactory profiles of the migratory oriental armyworm mythimna separate at the molecular level

Background The oriental armyworm Mythimna separata (Walk) is a serious migratory pest; however, studies on its olfactory response and its underlying molecular mechanism are limited. To gain insights to the olfactory mechanism of migration, olfactory genes were identified using antennal transcriptome analysis. The olfactory response and the expression of olfactory genes for 1-day ...

Note on recursion relations for the \( \mathcal{Q} \) -cut representation

In this note, we study the \( \mathcal{Q} \)-cut representation by combining it with BCFW deformation. As a consequence, the one-loop integrand is expressed in terms of a recursion relation, i.e., n-point one-loop integrand is constructed using tree-level amplitudes and m-point one-loop integrands with m ≤ n − 1. By giving explicit examples, we show that the integrand from the ...

Boundary operators of BCFW recursion relation

We show that boundary contributions of BCFW recursions can be interpreted as the form factors of some composite operators which we call ‘boundary operators’. The boundary operators can be extracted from the operator product expansion of deformed fields. We also present an algorithm to compute the boundary operators using path integral.

Note on identities inspired by new soft theorems

The new soft theorems, for both gravity and gauge amplitudes, have inspired a number of works, including the discovery of new identities related to amplitudes. In this note, we present the proof and discussion for two sets of identities. The first set includes an identity involving the half-soft function which had been used in the soft theorem for one-loop rational gravity ...

Advanced glycation end products increase lipids accumulation in macrophages through upregulation of receptor of advanced glycation end products: increasing uptake, esterification and decreasing efflux of cholesterol

Background Previous reports have suggested that advanced glycation end products (AGEs) participate in the pathogenesis of diabetic macroangiopathy. Our previous study have found that AGEs can increase the lipid droplets accumulation in aortas of diabetic rats, but the current understanding of the mechanisms remains incomplete by which AGEs affect lipids accumulation in macrophages ...

Cross-ratio identities and higher-order poles of CHY-integrand

The evaluation of generic Cachazo-He-Yuan(CHY)-integrands is a big challenge and efficient computational methods are in demand for practical evaluation. In this paper, we propose a systematic decomposition algorithm by using cross-ratio identities, which provides an analytic and easy to implement method for the evaluation of any CHY-integrand. This algorithm aims to decompose a ...

Form factor and boundary contribution of amplitude

The boundary contribution of an amplitude in the BCFW recursion relation can be considered as a form factor involving boundary operator and unshifted particles. At the tree-level, we show that by suitable construction of Lagrangian, one can relate the leading order term of boundary operators to some composite operators of \( \mathcal{N} \) = 4 superYang-Mills theory, then the ...

Feynman rules of higher-order poles in CHY construction

In this paper, we generalize the integration rules for scattering equations to situations where higher-order poles are present. We describe the strategy to deduce the Feynman rules of higher-order poles from known analytic results of simple CHY-integrands, and propose the Feynman rules for single double pole and triple pole as well as duplex-double pole and triplex-double pole ...

Manifesting color-kinematics duality in the scattering equation formalism

We prove that the scattering equation formalism for Yang-Mills amplitudes can be used to make manifest the theory’s color-kinematics duality. This is achieved through a concrete reduction algorithm which renders this duality manifest term-by-term. The reduction follows from the recently derived set of identities for amplitudes expressed in the scattering equation formalism that are ...

Metabolome response to temperature-induced virulence gene expression in two genotypes of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus

Background Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a main causative agent of serious human seafood-borne gastroenteritis disease. Many researchers have investigated its pathogenesis by observing the alteration of its virulence factors in different conditions. It was previously known that culture conditions will influence the gene expression and the metabolic profile of V. parahaemolyticus, but ...

Recursion relation for boundary contribution

It is well known that under a BCFW-deformation, there is a boundary contribution when the amplitude scales as \( \mathcal{O}\left({z}^0\right) \) or worse. We show that boundary contributions have a similar recursion relation as scattering amplitude. Just like the BCFW recursion relation, where scattering amplitudes are expressed as the products of two on-shell subamplitudes (plus ...

Development of Novel Biocomposite Scaffold of Chitosan-Gelatin/Nanohydroxyapatite for Potential Bone Tissue Engineering Applications

In this study, a three-dimensional chitosan-gelatin/nanohydroxyapatite (ChG/nHaP) scaffold was successfully fabricated and characterized in terms of swelling, degradation, cell proliferation, cell attachment, and mineralization characterizations. The ChG/nHaP scaffold was fabricated with a mean pore size of 100–180 μm. Our results showed that the physicochemical and biological ...

The \( \mathcal{Q} \) -cut representation of one-loop integrands and unitarity cut method

Recently, a new construction for complete loop integrands of massless field theories has been proposed, with on-shell tree-level amplitudes delicately incorporated into its algorithm. This new approach reinterprets integrands in a novel form, namely the \( \mathcal{Q} \)-cut representation. In this paper, by deriving one-loop integrands as examples, we elaborate in details the ...

An algebraic approach to the scattering equations

We employ the so-called companion matrix method from computational algebraic geometry, tailored for zero-dimensional ideals, to study the scattering equations. The method renders the CHY-integrand of scattering amplitudes computable using simple linear algebra and is amenable to an algorithmic approach. Certain identities in the amplitudes as well as rationality of the final ...

On multi-step BCFW recursion relations

In this paper, we extensively investigate the new algorithm known as the multi-step BCFW recursion relations. Many interesting mathematical properties are found and understanding these aspects, one can find a systematic way to complete the calculation of amplitude after finite, definite steps and get the correct answer, without recourse to any specific knowledge from field ...

Knock-in of large reporter genes in human cells via CRISPR/Cas9-induced homology-dependent and independent DNA repair

CRISPR/Cas9-induced site-specific DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) can be repaired by homology-directed repair (HDR) or non-homologous end joining (NHEJ) pathways. Extensive efforts have been made to knock-in exogenous DNA to a selected genomic locus in human cells; which, however, has focused on HDR-based strategies and was proven inefficient. Here, we report that NHEJ pathway ...

Swimming exercise increases serum irisin level and reduces body fat mass in high-fat-diet fed Wistar rats

Background It has been shown that irisin levels are reduced in skeletal muscle and plasma of obese rats; however, the effect of exercise training on irisin level remains controversial. We aim to evaluate the association of swimming exercise with serum irisin level and other obesity-associated parameters. Methods Forty healthy male Wistar rats were randomly assigned to 4 groups: a ...