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Effects of price discount on consumers’ perceptions of savings, quality, and value for apparel products: mediating effect of price discount affect

Extending the price–quality–value model (Monroe and Krishnan in The perception of merchandise and store quality 209–232, 1985) and means-end model (Zeithaml in J Mark 52:2–22, 1988), we developed a conceptual model to investigate the mediating role of price discount affect (feeling aroused by price discounts) in the relationship between price discounts and consumers’ perceptions...

Mutant allele quantification reveals a genetic basis for TP53 mutation-driven castration resistance in prostate cancer cells

Tumor Center at Duke. Author information Author notes Kefeng Lei, Ran Sun and Lee H. Chen contributed equally. AffiliationsDepartment of Pathology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710 ... , USAKefeng Lei, Ran Sun, Lee H. Chen, Bill H. Diplas, Casey J. Moure, Wenzhe Wang, Landon J. Hansen, Yulei Tao, Xufeng Chen, Chin-Pu Jason Chen, Paula K. Greer, Hai Yan, Darell D. Bigner, Jiaoti Huang & Yiping

Climate change-associated trends in biomass dynamics are consistent across soil drainage classes in western boreal forests of Canada

Background Consistent long-term declines in net aboveground biomass change have been reported in some boreal and tropical forests. Global change-type drought (i.e., demands of increased evapotranspiration exceeding soil water reserves) has been identified as the main driver for these declines. Despite the focus on reduced water availability, most studies relegate local site soil...

Reversals and limitations on high-intensity, life-sustaining treatments

School of Medicine Center of Excellence and Stanford University School of Medicine Medical Scholars Research Program. Jonathan H. Chen was supported by NIH Big Data 2 Stanford University School of Medicine ... Excellence and Stanford University School of Medicine Medical Scholars Research Program. Jonathan 11 / 14 H. Chen was supported by NIH Big Data 2 Knowledge Award Number K01ES026837 through the National

Innate immune responses following Kawasaki disease and toxic shock syndrome

Institute in the running of the study. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Katherine Y. H. Chen, Michael Cheung, Tobias R. Kollmann, Michael Levin, David Burgner, Nigel Curtis. Data curation: Susie ... Germano, Rhian Bonnici, Bridget Freyne. Formal analysis: Katherine Y. H. Chen, Bridget Freyne, Nigel Curtis. Investigation: Katherine Y. H. Chen, Greta Goldsmith, Tobias R. Kollmann, David Burgner, Nigel

Trust in Immigration Enforcement: State Noncooperation and Sanctuary Cities After Secure Communities

AFTER SECURE COMMUNITIES MING H. CHEN INTRODUCTION The conventional wisdom, backed by legitimacy research, is that most people obey most of the laws, most of the time. This turns out to not be the case

Harnessing the early post-injury inflammatory responses for cardiac regeneration

Cardiac inflammation is considered by many as the main driving force in prolonging the pathological condition in the heart after myocardial infarction. Immediately after cardiac ischemic injury, neutrophils are the first innate immune cells recruited to the ischemic myocardium within the first 24 h. Once they have infiltrated the injured myocardium, neutrophils would then secret...

Cardiac events during treatment with proteasome inhibitor therapy for multiple myeloma

Background Proteasome inhibitors (PI) bortezomib and carfilzomib are cornerstone therapies for multiple myeloma. Higher incidence of cardiac adverse events (CAEs) has been reported in patients receiving carfilzomib. However, risk factors for cardiac toxicity remain unclear. Our objective was to evaluate the incidence of CAEs associated with PI and recognize risk factors for...

Women in Policing: In Relation to Female Police Officers’ Level of Motivation Toward the Career, Level of Stress, and Attitude of Misconduct

. Chen 0 0 University of Western Ontario - The University of Western Ontario Undergraduate Journal – The Sociological Imagination Volume 4: Issue 1 Women in Policing: In Relation to Female Police

Correction: Tensor based multichannel reconstruction for breast tumours identification from DCE-MRIs

Citation: Yin X-X, Hadjiloucas S, Chen J-H, Zhang 0 Radiology, E-Da Hospital and I-Shou University , Kaohsiung , Taiwan 1 There is an error in affiliation 4 for author J. -H. Chen. Affiliation 4 should be

Tensor based multichannel reconstruction for breast tumours identification from DCE-MRIs

A new methodology based on tensor algebra that uses a higher order singular value decomposition to perform three-dimensional voxel reconstruction from a series of temporal images obtained using dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) is proposed. Principal component analysis (PCA) is used to robustly extract the spatial and temporal image features and...

Asteroseismology of the δ Scuti star HD 50844

(l +0 1) = 2 2 R r12 Nr dr r pl(l + 1) 1 ; (5) where r1 is the inner boundary of the region where gravity waves propagate, r2 is the outer boundary, and N is the Brunt-Va¨isa¨la¨ X. H. Chen et al ... . Lin, Q.-S. Zhang, Y.-H. Chen, and J. Su for their kind discussions and suggestions. Aerts , C. , Christensen-Dalsgaard , J. , & Kurtz , D. W. 2010 , Asteroseismology, 1st edn. (Springer), 866 Baker , N

Optimal Compressed Sensing and Reconstruction of Unstructured Mesh Datasets

Exascale computing promises quantities of data too large to efficiently store and transfer across networks in order to be able to analyze and visualize the results. We investigate compressed sensing (CS) as an in situ method to reduce the size of the data as it is being generated during a large-scale simulation. CS works by sampling the data on the computational cluster within an...

Negative Immune Regulator TIPE2 Promotes M2 Macrophage Differentiation through the Activation of PI3K-AKT Signaling Pathway

Macrophages play important roles in the regulation of the innate and adaptive immune responses. Classically activated macrophages and alternatively activated macrophages are the two major forms of macrophages and have opposing functionalities. Tumor necrosis factor-α-induced protein 8–2 is expressed primarily by immune cells and negatively regulates type 1 innate and adaptive...

Nanoparticle targeting of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria for magnetic-based separations of bacterial pathogens

Antimicrobial resistance is a healthcare problem of increasing significance, and there is increasing interest in developing new tools to address bacterial infections. Bacteria-targeting nanoparticles hold promise to improve drug efficacy, compliance, and safety. In addition, nanoparticles can also be used for novel applications, such as bacterial imaging or bioseperations. We...

Corporatization: An Analysis of Exploitative Branding Practices

This paper seeks to show that the rapid rise of corporatization affects not only first world countries, but also the third world countries. Using examples of the automobile, clothing, and technology industries I prove that corporatization increasingly affects first world countries, as well as the third world countries in a worldwide phenomenon. The paper discusses the growth of...

Exploring the structure and function of temporal networks with dynamic graphlets

Motivation: With increasing availability of temporal real-world networks, how to efficiently study these data? One can model a temporal network as a single aggregate static network, or as a series of time-specific snapshots, each being an aggregate static network over the corresponding time window. Then, one can use established methods for static analysis on the resulting...