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An Atlas of high resolution synthetic spectra in the wavelength region

We present an Atlas of high resolution (resolving power ) synthetic spectra based on the 1993 release of atmosphere models and codes by Kurucz. The spectra are given in the wavelength interval 4850-5400 Å  for eleven values of effective temperature in the range 4000-8000 K, for nine surface gravities in the interval 1.0-5.0 dex, and for seven metallicities spanning from -1.0 to...

Dynamic re-immunization of off-treatment childhood cancer survivors: An implementation feasibility study

: Jennifer H. Han, Stuart S. Winter. Methodology: Kathryn M. Harmoney, Stuart S. Winter. Project administration: Jennifer H. Han, Stuart S. Winter. Resources: Jacqueline Torrez, Cathy M. Chavez, Loretta

ALMA’s view of the nearest neighbors to the Sun - The submm/mm SEDs of the α Centauri binary and a new source

Context. The precise mechanisms that provide the nonradiative energy for heating the chromosphere and corona of the Sun and other stars are at the focus of intense contemporary research.Aims. Observations at submm and mm wavelengths are particularly useful to obtain information about the run of the temperature in the upper atmosphere of Sun-like stars. We used the Atacama Large...

Functional proteomics characterization of residual breast cancer after neoadjuvant systemic chemotherapy

Background The purpose of this study was to determine the functional proteomic characteristics of residual breast cancer and hormone receptor (HR)-positive breast cancer after neoadjuvant systemic chemotherapy, and their relationship with patient outcomes.

Multifocality and multicentricity in breast cancer and survival outcomes

Background The clinicopathological characteristics and the prognostic significance of multifocal (MF) and multicentric (MC) breast cancers are not well established.

Risk factors and incidence of thromboembolic events (TEEs) in older men and women with breast cancer

Background: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the risk factors and the prevalence of thromboembolic events (TEEs) in breast cancer patients. Patients and methods: This is a retrospective cohort study using the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results-Medicare database. Breast cancer patients diagnosed from 1992 to 2005 ≥66 years old were identified. International...

Long-term treatment efficacy in primary inflammatory breast cancer by hormonal receptor- and HER2-defined subtypes

Background Subtypes defined by hormonal receptor (HR) and HER2 status have not been well studied in inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). We characterized clinical parameters and long-term outcomes, and compared pathological complete response (pCR) rates by HR/HER2 subtype in a large IBC patient population. We also compared disease-free survival (DFS) and overall survival (OS...

The Red Radio Ring: a gravitationally lensed hyperluminous infrared radio galaxy at z = 2.553 discovered through the citizen science project Space Warps

We report the discovery of a gravitationally lensed hyperluminous infrared galaxy (intrinsic LIR ≈ 1013 L⊙) with strong radio emission (intrinsic L1.4 GHz ≈ 1025 W Hz−1) at z = 2.553. The source was identified in the citizen science project Space Warps through the visual inspection of tens of thousands of iJKs colour composite images of luminous red galaxies (LRGs), groups and...

The evolution of carbon, sulphur and titanium isotopes from high redshift to the local Universe

Recent observations of carbon, sulphur and titanium isotopes at redshifts z∼1 and in the local stellar disc and halo have opened a new window into the study of isotopic abundance patterns and the origin of the chemical elements. Using our Galactic chemical evolution code getool, we have examined the evolution of these isotopes within the framework of a Milky Way-like system. We...

The evolution of actively star-forming galaxies in the mid-infrared

In this paper we analyze the evolution of actively star-forming galaxies in the mid-infrared (MIR). This spectral region, characterized by continuum emission by hot dust and by the presence of strong emission features generally ascribed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) molecules, is the most strongly affected by the heating processes associated with star formation and/or...