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Non-perturbative quark mass renormalisation and running in \(N_{\scriptstyle \mathrm{f}}=3\) QCD

/0505002 37. F. Palombi , C. Pena , S. Sint [ALPHA Collaboration], JHEP 0603 , 089 ( 2006 ). arXiv:hep-lat/0505003 38. P. Dimopoulos et al., Phys. Lett. B 641 , 118 ( 2006 ). arXiv:hep-lat/0607028 39. P ... . Dimopoulos et al. [ALPHA Collaboration]. JHEP 0805 , 065 ( 2008 ). arXiv: 0712 .2429 [hep-lat] 40. F. Palombi , M. Papinutto , C. Pena , H. Wittig [ALPHA Collaboration], JHEP 0709 , 062 ( 2007 ). arXiv: 0706

On the perturbative renormalization of four-quark operators for new physics

, 058 ( 2001 ). arXiv:hep-lat/0101001 3. C. Pena , S. Sint , A. Vladikas , Twisted mass QCD and lattice approaches to the I = 1/2r ule . JHEP 09 , 069 ( 2004 ). arXiv:hep-lat/0405028 4. R. Frezzotti , G.C ... . Nucl. Phys . B 729 , 117 - 134 ( 2005 ). arXiv:hep-lat/0507035 25. I. Campos , P. Fritzsch , C. Pena , D. Preti , A. Ramos , A. Vladikas , Prospects and status of quark mass renormalization in three

Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics

. Leutwyler 24 C.-J. D. Lin 11 12 V. Lubicz 13 14 E. Lunghi 4 R. Mawhinney 15 T. Onogi 6 C. Pena 16 C. T. Sachrajda 9 S. R. Sharpe 17 S. Simula 14 R. Sommer 18 A. Vladikas 23 U. Wenger 24 H. Wittig 27 0 ... decays E. Lunghi, D. Becirevic, S. Gottlieb, and C. Pena – αs R. Sommer, R. Horsley, and T. Onogi As some members of the WG on quark masses were faced with unexpected hindrances, S. Simula has kindly

Review of lattice results concerning low-energy particle physics

S. Necco T. Onogi C. Pena C. T. Sachrajda S. R. Sharpe S. Simula R. Sommer R. S. Van de Water A. Vladikas U. Wenger H. Wittig We review lattice results related to pion, kaon, D- and B-meson physics ... . Sharpe f B(s) , f D(s) , BB : A. El-Khadra,Y. Aoki, M. Della Morte B(s), D semileptonic and radiative decays: R. Van de Water, E. Lunghi, C. Pena, J. Shigemitsu3 s: R. Sommer, R. Horsley, T. Onogi 1.2

VEGF Promotes Malaria-Associated Acute Lung Injury in Mice

The spectrum of the clinical presentation and severity of malaria infections is broad, ranging from uncomplicated febrile illness to severe forms of disease such as cerebral malaria (CM), acute lung injury (ALI), acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), pregnancy-associated malaria (PAM) or severe anemia (SA). Rodent models that mimic human CM, PAM and SA syndromes have been...