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See detailDer Beitrag der Freiburger Kreise zum Konzept der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft
Klump, Rainer UL

in Goldschmidt, Nils (Ed.) Wirtschaft, Politik und Freiheit. Freiburger Wirtschaftswissenschaftler und der Widerstand (2005)

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See detailRadioresistance of K-Ras mutated human tumor cells is mediated through EGFR-dependent activation of PI3K-AKT pathway
Toulany, M; Dittmann, K; Krüger, Maren UL et al

in Radiotherapy & Oncology (2005), 76(2), 143-150

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See detailExclusion of the C/D box snoRNA gene cluster HBII-52 from a major role in Prader–Willi syndrome
Runte, Maren UL; Varon, R; Horn, D et al

in Human Genetics (2005), 116(3), 228-230

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See detailLa mort à Bruxelles, 1914 - 1918
Majerus, Benoît UL

in Cahiers d'Histoire du Temps Présent = Bijdragen tot de Eigentijdse Geschiedenis (2005), (15), 65--81

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See detailUnequal-sphere packing model for simulation of the uniaxially compressed iodine adlayer on Au(111)
Tkatchenko, Alexandre UL; Batina, Nikola

in JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B (2005), 109(46), 21710-21715

A simple unequal-sphere packing (USP) model, based on pure geometrical principles, was applied to study the centered-rectangular iodine c(p x root 3)R30 degrees adlayer on the Au(111) surface, well-known ... [more ▼]

A simple unequal-sphere packing (USP) model, based on pure geometrical principles, was applied to study the centered-rectangular iodine c(p x root 3)R30 degrees adlayer on the Au(111) surface, well-known from surface X-ray structure (SXS), low energy electron diffraction (LEED) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) experiments. To reproduce the exact patterns observed in experiments, two selective conditions-minimum average adsorbate height and minimum adlayer roughness-were imposed. As a result, a series of adlayer patterns with c(p x root 3)R30 degrees symmetry (2.3 < p < 3), with precise structural details, including atomic registry and identification of the p-bisector as the most likely trajectory for the iodine adatom movement during the so-called uniaxial compression phenomenon, were identified. In addition, using the same model, the difference between the iodine adlayer arranged in hexagonal and centered-rectangular c(p x root 3)R30 degrees patterns, as in the case of Pt(111) and Au(111) surfaces, was investigated. Qualitative and quantitative comparison shows that iodine adatoms in these two arrangements differ significantly in atomic registry, distance from the substrate, and the adlayer corrugation. Our findings could be of special interest in the study of the nature of the iodine adatom bonding to different substrates (i.e., Au vs Pt). [less ▲]

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See detailDetailed characterization of (3X3) iodine adlayer on Pt(111) by unequal-sphere packing model
Tkatchenko, Alexandre UL; Batina, Nikola

in JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (2005), 122(9),

A simple unequal-sphere packing model is applied to study the iodine (3x3) adlayer on the Pt(111) surface. By using a newly introduced parameter, defined as the average adsorbate height, three ... [more ▼]

A simple unequal-sphere packing model is applied to study the iodine (3x3) adlayer on the Pt(111) surface. By using a newly introduced parameter, defined as the average adsorbate height, three characteristic adlattices, (3x3)-sym, (3x3)-asym, and (3x3)-lin, have been selected and characterized in great detail, including the exact adatom registry. The (3x3)-sym iodine adlattice, observed in many experimental studies appears to be, on average, the closest one to the substrate surface. A special contour plot of average adsorbate height vs X and Y positions of the (3x3) iodine unit cell indicates the existence of two local minima which are related to preferential formation of (3x3)-sym and (3x3)-asym iodine adlattices. Our model gives good agreement with experimental findings, and explains the mechanism of preferential appearance of (3x3)-sym and (3x3)-asym structures. (C) 2005 American Institute of Physics. [less ▲]

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See detailRegionale Produktionskomplexe in der Automobilindustrie auch grenzüberschreitend? Das Beispiel Saarland / Lothringen.
Schulz, Christian UL; Dörrenbächer, Peter

in Geographische Rundschau (2005), 57(12), 20-26

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See detailWahrnehmung in der Leibphänomenologie: Zur Mehrperspektivität leiblicher Interaktion und sinnlicher Wahrnehmung im Theaterspiel
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL

in Duncker, Ludwig; Sander, Wolfgang; Suhrkamp, Carola (Eds.) Perspektivenvielvalt im Unterricht (2005)

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See detailOn the visibility of electron--electron interaction effects in field emission spectra
Schmidt, Thomas UL; Komnik, A.

in Solid State Communications (2005), 135

One of the most convenient methods to obtain information about the energy distribution function of electrons in conducting materials is the measurement of the energy resolved current $j(\omega)$ in field ... [more ▼]

One of the most convenient methods to obtain information about the energy distribution function of electrons in conducting materials is the measurement of the energy resolved current $j(\omega)$ in field emission (FE) experiments. Its high energy tail $j_>(\omega)$ (above the Fermi edge) contains invaluable information about the nature of the electron--electron interactions inside the emitter. Thus far, $j_>(\omega)$ has been calculated to second order in the tunnelling probability, and it turns out to be divergent toward the Fermi edge for a wide variety of emitters. The extraction of the correlation properties from real experiments can potentially be obscured by the eventually more divergent contributions of higher orders as well as by thermal smearing around $E_F$. We present an analysis of both factors and make predictions for the energy window where only the second order tunnelling events dominate the behaviour of $j_>(\omega)$. We apply our results to the FE from Luttinger liquids and single-wall carbon nanotubes. [less ▲]

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See detailDer Bildhunger der Literatur. Festschrift für Gunter E. Grimm
Werlein, Uwe; Heimböckel, Dieter UL

Book published by Königshausen und Neumann (2005)

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See detailWie natürlich ist die menschliche Natur ? Ueberlegungen zur Zukunft der menschliche Natur von Jürgen Habermas
Sosoe, Lukas UL

in Gattungsethik, Schutz für das Menschengeschlecht (2005)

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See detailNew hepatic fat activates PPARalpha to maintain glucose, lipid, and cholesterol homeostasis
Chakravarthy, M. V.; Pan, Z.; Zhu, Y. et al

in Cell Metabolism (2005), 1(5), 309-22

De novo lipogenesis is an energy-expensive process whose role in adult mammals is poorly understood. We generated mice with liver-specific inactivation of fatty-acid synthase (FAS), a key lipogenic enzyme ... [more ▼]

De novo lipogenesis is an energy-expensive process whose role in adult mammals is poorly understood. We generated mice with liver-specific inactivation of fatty-acid synthase (FAS), a key lipogenic enzyme. On a zero-fat diet, FASKOL (FAS knockout in liver) mice developed hypoglycemia and fatty liver, which were reversed with dietary fat. These phenotypes were also observed after prolonged fasting, similarly to fasted PPARalpha-deficiency mice. Hypoglycemia, fatty liver, and defects in expression of PPARalpha target genes in FASKOL mice were corrected with a PPARalpha agonist. On either zero-fat or chow diet, FASKOL mice had low serum and hepatic cholesterol levels with elevated SREBP-2, decreased HMG-CoA reductase expression, and decreased cholesterol biosynthesis; these were also corrected with a PPARalpha agonist. These results suggest that products of the FAS reaction regulate glucose, lipid, and cholesterol metabolism by serving as endogenous activators of distinct physiological pools of PPARalpha in adult liver [less ▲]

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See detailIn Celluloidgewittern : Die mediale Konstruktion von Wissenschaft und Technik als Paradigma des Ersten Weltkrieges
Fengler, Silke; Krebs, Stefan UL

in Technikgeschichte (2005), 72(3), 227-241

Der Beitrag setzt sich kritisch mit der Inszenierung (und Bewertung der Rolle?) von Wissenschaft und Technik im Ersten Weltkrieg in populärwissenschaftlichen deutschen TV-Dokumentationen auseinander. Er ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag setzt sich kritisch mit der Inszenierung (und Bewertung der Rolle?) von Wissenschaft und Technik im Ersten Weltkrieg in populärwissenschaftlichen deutschen TV-Dokumentationen auseinander. Er leistet einen Beitrag zur Diskussion um den Umgang mit Bildern in der Geschichtswissenschaft und ihrer Verwendung zur medialen Konstruktion von Vergangenheit. Die problematische Kernaussage der TV-Dokumentatoren – natur- und ingenieurwissenschaftliche Forschung und Entwicklung neuer Waffensysteme sowie die industrielle Massenfertigung von Rüstungsgütern und ihr ungehemmter Einsatz hätten der Kriegsführung eine völlig neue, moderne Dimension, wird im ersten Teil anhand aktueller Forschungsergebnisse zum Ersten Weltkrieg kritisch beleuchtet. Dabei zeigt sich, dass Wissenschaft und Technik tatsächlich nur einen Teilaspekt des vielschichtigen, normativ aufgeladenen Phänomens der Moderne darstellen, die Filmemacher also mit einem verengten Modernitätsbegriff arbeiten. (Das eigentliche Wesen des Ersten Weltkriegs – die Gleichzeitigkeit moderner und rückständiger Elemente – gerät in den Dokumentationen aus dem Blick?) Der zweite Teil des Beitrags beschäftigt sich mit der Inszenierungsform (mit den Modalitäten der Inszenierung? mit der Art und Weise der Inszenierung?) zeitgenössischen Bildmaterials und fragt nach möglichen Ursachen für die von den TV-Autoren gewählte Darstellungs- und Erzählform. Die Entscheidung der Filmemacher, ihre Erzählung anhand einer durchgehenden Illustrierung mit zeitgenössischem Bildmaterial zu entwickeln, hat gravierende Folgen für die Erzählinhalte: eine ausführliche Bildanalyse zeigt, dass die Autoren der inneren Logik zeitgenössischer Filmaufnahmen und den darin eingravierten Diskursen in weiten Teilen folgen. Die Bildauswahl und –kommentierung verzichtet auf eine quellenkritische Analyse, was die oben erwähnte verkürzte (verzerrte?) Darstellung des Ersten Weltkrieges zur Folge hat. Rekombinationen zeitgenössischer Aufnahmen tragen auch dazu bei, eine – von heutigen ästhetischen Konzepten geprägte – Idee des modernen Krieges zu perpetuieren. Und schließlich knüpft die spezifische Darstellungs- und Erzählform über den Ersten Weltkrieg an aktuelle Strömungen der bundesdeutschen Erinnerungskultur an. [less ▲]

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See detailComputational methods for the design of effective therapies against drug resistant HIV strains
Beerenwinkel, N.; Sing, T.; Lengauer, T. et al

in Bioinformatics (2005), 21(21), 3943-50

Summary: The development of drug resistance is a major obstacle to successful treatment of HIV infection. The extraordinary replication dynamics of HIV facilitates its escape from selective pressure ... [more ▼]

Summary: The development of drug resistance is a major obstacle to successful treatment of HIV infection. The extraordinary replication dynamics of HIV facilitates its escape from selective pressure exerted by the human immune system and by combination drug therapy. We have developed several computational methods whose combined use can support the design of optimal antiretroviral therapies based on viral genomic data. [less ▲]

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See detailWege zur Menschheit. Zur Diskussion von Valladodid. Zwischen Las Casas und Sepulvéda
Sosoe, Lukas UL

in Kaufmann, Matthias; Schnepf, Robert (Eds.) Politische Metaphyisik (2005)

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See detailDie menschliche Natur und ihre Ethik
Sosoe, Lukas UL

in Gattungsethik. Schutz für das Menschengeschlecht ? (2005)

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