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Body size and substrate type modulate movement by the western Pacific crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster solaris.

The movement capacity of the crown-of-thorns starfishes (Acanthaster spp.) is a primary determinant of both their distribution and impact on coral assemblages. We quantified individual movement rates for the Pacific crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster solaris) ranging in size from 75-480 mm total diameter, across three different substrates (sand, flat consolidated pavement, and coral rubble) on the northern Great Barrier Reef. The mean (±SE) rate of movement for smaller (350 mm total diameter. Mean (±SE...


Production of eicosapentaenoic acid by high cell density cultivation of the marine oleaginous diatom Fistulifera solaris.

Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), have attracted attention owing to their health benefits for humans, as well as their importance in aquaculture and animal husbandry. Establishing a sustainable PUFA supply based on fish oils has been difficult due to their increasing demand. Therefore, alternative sources of PUFAs are required. In this research, we examined the potential of the marine oleaginous diatom Fistulifera solaris as an alternative producer of PUFAs. Optimiz...

Stabilization of T4 bacteriophage at acidic and basic pH by adsorption on paper.

Bacteriophages find applications in agriculture, medicine, and food safety. Many of these applications can expose bacteriophages to stresses that inactivate them including acidic and basic pH. Bacteriophages can be stabilized against these stresses by materials including paper, a common material in packaging and consumer products. Combining paper and bacteriophages creates antibacterial materials, which can reduce the use of antibiotics. Here we show that adsorption on paper protects T4, T5, and T7 bacterio...


Fabrication of cellulose/graphene paper as a stable-cycling anode materials without collector.

Flexible and foldable devices attract substantial attention in low-cost electronics. Among the flexible substrate materials, paper has several attractive advantages. In our study, we fabricate cellulose/graphene paper by wet end formation (papermaking). The cationic polyacrylamide remarkably improve the retention ratio of graphene of cellulose/graphene slurry. Besides, cellulose/graphene paper exhibits well mechanical properties such as its flexibility and folding endurance. And we replace copper foil colle...

JJCO Paper of the Year and Highly Commended Paper.

Announcement of Awards for Best Research Paper and Best Practice Paper of 2017.

Two new species of Neanuridae (Collembola: Poduromorpha) from littoral of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Samples collected in "restinga" areas of two conservation units in Rio de Janeiro state revealed the presence of two new species of Neanuridae family. The first, Pseudachorutes solaris sp. nov., from Parque Estadual da Costa do Sol and from Parque Nacional da Restinga de Jurubatiba, differs from other species for having 34-50 vesicles in the postantennal organ, and the second, Friesea jurubatiba sp. nov. from Parque Nacional da Restinga de Jurubatiba, differs from other species for having 8 clavate chaetae ...

Pragmatic recycling of paper and cardboard in the operating theatre: an audit.

Despite recent legislation introduced in Scotland and motivated recycling at home, very little recycling exists within theatre environments. This study audited the introduction of recycling of paper and cardboard. All waste within a single operating theatre was collected by a dedicated team for 20 surgical cases. The collection of clean paper and cardboard packaging was limited to the theatre preparation room (TPR) and anaesthetic room (AR). No waste segregation was attempted within the operating theatre it...

Laccase-TEMPO-mediated air oxidation of galactomannan for use as paper strengthening agent.

In this study, galactomannans, which are a type of plant polysaccharide, were oxidized by using a laccase and TEMPO-mediated air-oxidation system. The influence of the oxidation conditions, including the laccase doses, oxidation times, and amounts of oxidizing system, on the properties of the paper were investigated. The results showed that the oxidized galactomannans could improve the paper properties. The optimal conditions were as follows: a 60 U/g enzyme dosage; 6-h oxidization time and a 0.1 g TEMP...

Erratum: Exploring the microbial community (microflora) associated with ovine Haemonchus contortus (macroflora) field strains.

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Use of Blood-Soaked Cellulose Filter Paper for Measuring Carbon and Nitrogen Stable Isotopes.

  We explored the use of filter paper soaked in whole blood for measuring carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) stable isotopes, often used in feeding ecology or diet studies, to better understand drivers of exposure to contaminants. Our results showed no statistically or biologically relevant differences in C and N stable isotope measures between our gold standard (whole blood with anticoagulant) and eluates from processed, blood-soaked filter paper. Our data supported the effectiveness of using filter paper for a...

Publisher Correction: Membrane association of the bacterial riboregulator Hfq and functional perspectives.

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Publisher Correction: Exfoliated WS2-Nafion Composite based Electromechanical Actuators.

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Author Correction: Distinct arsenic metabolites following seaweed consumption in humans.

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DipTest: A litmus test for E. coli detection in water.

We have developed a new litmus paper test (DipTest) for detecting Escherichia coli (E. coli) in water samples by performing enzymatic reactions directly on the porous paper substrate. The paper strip consists of a long narrow piece of cellulose blotting paper coated with chemoattractant (at bottom edge), wax hydrophobic barrier (at the top edge), and custom formulated chemical reagents (at reaction zone immediately below the wax hydrophobic barrier). When the paper strip is dipped in water, E. coli in the w...

Paper pulp modification and deinking efficiency of cellulase-xylanase complex from Escherichia coli SD5.

Ligno-cellulosic enzymes like cellulase and xylanase have potential for modification of paper pulp characteristics. A low molecular weight cellulase - xylanase complex (14KDa) was co-produced using Escherichia coli SD5. Co-existence of these enzymes was found to be advantageous in paper pulp modification and in deinking applications. The cellulase and xylanase exhibited specific activities of 51.95 and 24.64U/mg protein of respectively. Defibrillations, crack formation and changes in functional groups was e...

Publisher Correction: Chimeric peptide EP45 as a dual agonist at GLP-1 and NPY2R receptors.

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Author Correction: Circulating Haptoglobin and Metabolic Syndrome in Renal Transplant Recipients.

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Publisher Correction: The influence of liposomal quercetin on liver damage induced by microwave ablation.

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Publisher Correction: Paracrine interactions between mesenchymal stem cells and macrophages are regulated by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3.

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Publisher Correction: Anti-AMPA GluA3 antibodies in Frontotemporal dementia: a new molecular target.

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Author Correction: Human Sexual Cycles are Driven by Culture and Match Collective Moods.

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Author Correction: Human eyes with dilated pupils induce pupillary contagion in infants.

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Author Correction: Enhanced Skin Permeation of Anti-wrinkle Peptides via Molecular Modification.

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Author Correction: Machine learning for the meta-analyses of microbial pathogens' volatile signatures.

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