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A fast and accurate method for perturbative resummation of transverse momentum-dependent observables

AbstractWe propose a novel strategy for the perturbative resummation of transverse momentum-dependent (TMD) observables, using the q T spectra of gauge bosons (γ∗, Higgs) in pp collisions in the regime of low (but perturbative) transverse momentum q T as a specific example. First we introduce a scheme to choose the factorization scale for virtuality in momentum space instead of...

The management of thoracolumbar burst fractures: a prospective study between conservative management, traditional open spinal surgery and minimally interventional spinal surgery

The objective of this study was to assess which patient group had better outcomes for management of single level thoracolumbar spinal fractures. We prospectively collected data on the outcomes of patients having either conservatively managed, traditional open surgery, or minimally interventional surgery (MIS) for treatment of a single level thoracolumbar fracture. All patients...

The Art of War: Beyond Memory-one Strategies in Population Games

We show that the history of play in a population game contains exploitable information that can be successfully used by sophisticated strategies to defeat memory-one opponents, including zero determinant strategies. The history allows a player to label opponents by their strategies, enabling a player to determine the population distribution and to act differentially based on the...

Risk factors for avascular necrosis after closed reduction for developmental dysplasia of the hip

Purpose The purpose of this study was to identify and evaluate risk factors of avascular necrosis (AVN) after closed treatment for developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). Methods A retrospective review of children diagnosed with DDH at a tertiary-care children’s hospital between 1986 and 2009 was performed. The presence of AVN was assessed according to Salter’s classification...

Analytic calculation of 1-jettiness in DIS at \( \mathcal{O}\left({\alpha}_s\right) \)

We present an analytic \( \mathcal{O}\left({\alpha}_s\right) \) calculation of cross sections in deep inelastic scattering (DIS) dependent on an event shape, 1-jettiness, that probes final states with one jet plus initial state radiation. This is the first entirely analytic calculation for a DIS event shape cross section at this order. We present results for the differential and...

Disappearance of soft drusen and subsequent development of choroidal neovascularization following macular hole surgery: a case report

Background Drusen are important risk factor for neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and have a dynamic nature as they can enlarge, newly form, or disappear over time. There have been few reports on drusen regression or choroidal neovascularization (CNV) development after macular hole surgery. We report, to our knowledge, the first case of both drusen regression and...

The Viability of Area Warrants in Suspicionless Search Regime

JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Christopher Lee 0 0 J.D. Candidate, University of Pennsylvania Law School , 2009; A.B. , Dartmouth College, 2005. I would particularly like to thank Professor Stephanos

Comprehensive Detection of Genes Causing a Phenotype Using Phenotype Sequencing and Pathway Analysis

Discovering all the genetic causes of a phenotype is an important goal in functional genomics. We combine an experimental design for detecting independent genetic causes of a phenotype with a high-throughput sequencing analysis that maximizes sensitivity for comprehensively identifying them. Testing this approach on a set of 24 mutant strains generated for a metabolic phenotype...

Measuring impact: a cross-sectional multi-stage cluster survey to assess the attainment of durable solutions in post-tsunami Aceh, Indonesia

Background There exists little agreement on the choice of indicators to be used to assess the impact of humanitarian assistance. The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami led to significant mortality and displacement in Aceh Province, Indonesia, as well as a nearly unprecedented humanitarian response. Six years after the disaster we conducted an impact assessment of humanitarian services...

Comparing and counting logs in direct and effective methods of QCD resummation

We compare methods to resum logarithms in event shape distributions as they have been used in perturbative QCD directly and in effective field theory. We demonstrate that they are equivalent. In showing this equivalence, we are able to put standard soft-collinear effective theory (SCET) formulae for cross sections in momentum space into a novel form more directly comparable with...

Polymerase Discordance in Novel Swine Influenza H3N2v Constellations Is Tolerated in Swine but Not Human Respiratory Epithelial Cells

Swine-origin H3N2v, a variant of H3N2 influenza virus, is a concern for novel reassortment with circulating pandemic H1N1 influenza virus (H1N1pdm09) in swine because this can lead to the emergence of a novel pandemic virus. In this study, the reassortment prevalence of H3N2v with H1N1pdm09 was determined in swine cells. Reassortants evaluated showed that the H1N1pdm09 polymerase...

QPRIMER: a quick web-based application for designing conserved PCR primers from multigenome alignments

Namshin Kim 0 Christopher Lee 0 Associate Editor: Keith Crandall 0 Center for Computational Biology, Molecular Biology Institute, Institute for Genomics and Proteomics, Department of Chemistry and

Distinguishing Functional Amino Acid Covariation from Background Linkage Disequilibrium in HIV Protease and Reverse Transcriptase

Correlated amino acid mutation analysis has been widely used to infer functional interactions between different sites in a protein. However, this analysis can be confounded by important phylogenetic effects broadly classifiable as background linkage disequilibrium (BLD). We have systematically separated the covariation induced by selective interactions between amino acids from...

Three-Dimensional Phylogeny Explorer: Distinguishing paralogs, lateral transfer, and violation of "molecular clock" assumption with 3D visualization

Christopher Lee 0 0 Address: Center for Computational Biology, Molecular Biology Institute, Institute for Genomics and Proteomics, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Los

Generating consensus sequences from partial order multiple sequence alignment graphs

Christopher Lee 0 1 0 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California , Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1570, USA 1 UCLA-DOE Center for Genomics and Proteomics, Molecular

Distinguishing HIV-1 drug resistance, accessory, and viral fitness mutations using conditional selection pressure analysis of treated versus untreated patient samples

Christopher Lee* 0 Address: Institute for Genomics & Proteomics, Molecular Biology Institute, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCLA , Los Angeles, CA 90095- 1570 , USA Background: HIV can evolve drug

Bioinformatics analysis of alternative splicing

Christopher Lee 0 Qi Wang Date received (in revised form): 0 th January 0 0 Qi Wang is a graduate student in the Interdepartmental PhD programme of the Molecular Biology Institute, at the University

Assessing the application of Ka/Ks ratio test to alternatively spliced exons

Summary: Recently, the Ka/Ks ratio test, which assesses the protein-coding potentials of genomic regions based on their non-synonymous to synonymous divergence rates, has been proposed and successfully used in genome annotations of eukaryotes. We systematically performed the Ka/Ks ratio test on 925 transcript-confirmed alternatively spliced exons in the human genome, which we...

Combining partial order alignment and progressive multiple sequence alignment increases alignment speed and scalability to very large alignment problems

Catherine Grasso 0 Christopher Lee 0 0 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Molecular Biology Institute, Center for Genomics and Proteomics, University of California , Los Angeles, CA 90095-1570