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    • The U.S. Oil Supply Revolution and the Global Economy 

      Mohaddes, K.; Raissi, M. (Faculty of Economics, 2016-01-09)
      This paper investigates the global macroeconomic consequences of falling oil prices due to the oil revolution in the United States, using a Global VAR model estimated for 38 countries/regions over the period 1979Q2 to ...
    • The U2AF1$^{S34F}$ mutation induces lineage-specific splicing alterations in myelodysplastic syndromes 

      Yip, BH; Steeples, V; Repapi, E; Armstrong, RN; Llorian, M; Roy, S; Shaw, J et al. (American Society for Clinical Investigation, 2017-06-01)
      Mutations of the splicing factor-encoding gene U2AF1 are frequent in the myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS), a myeloid malignancy, and other cancers. Patients with MDS suffer from peripheral blood cytopenias, including anemia, ...
    • Uakaris and Amazonian flooded forest. 

      Ayres, José Márcio Corrêa (1986-10-21)
      Uakari monkeys from the Amazon River basin are the most specialized primates in the Neotropical region. Their short tails, peculiar dentition and external morphology are strikingly divergent from most other platyrrhines. ...
    • UAV Attitude Estimation Using Low-Frequency Radio Polarization Measurements 

      Maguire, Sean TG; Robertson, Paul Andrew (2016-12-08)
      A method of attitude determination, which makes use of measurements of the polarization of the magnetic field of Low Frequency (LF) radio signals, is presented and evaluated. This approach offers advantages relative to ...
    • Ubiquitin E3 ligase mediated regulation of HMG-CoA Reductase 

      Menzies, Sam (2018-05-19)
      Loss-of-function genetic screens are a powerful approach to identify the genes involved in biological processes. For nearly a century, forward genetic screens in model organisms have provided enormous insight into many ...
    • The ubiquitin family meets the Fanconi anemia proteins. 

      Renaudin, Xavier Robert; Koch Lerner, Leticia; Menck, Carlos Frederico Martins; Rosselli, Filippo (2016-07)
    • Ubiquitin regulates dissociation of DNA repair factors from chromatin 

      Beli, Petra; Jackson, Stephen Philip (Impact Journals, 2015-06-20)
    • Ubiquitin-Dependent Modification of Skeletal Muscle by the Parasitic Nematode, $\textit{Trichinella spiralis}$ 

      White, RR; Ponsford, AH; Weekes, Michael Paul; Rodrigues, RB; Ascher, David Benjamin; Mol, M; Selkirk, ME et al. (PLoS, 2016-11)
      $\textit{Trichinella spiralis}$ is a muscle-specific parasitic worm that is uniquely intracellular. $\textit{T. spiralis}$ reprograms terminally differentiated skeletal muscle cells causing them to de-differentiate and ...
    • Ubiquitin-Mediated Degradation of Aurora Kinases 

      Lindon, Ann Catherine; Grant, Rhys; Min, Mingwei (Frontiers, 2016-01-18)
      The Aurora kinases are essential regulators of mitosis in eukaryotes. In somatic cell divisions of higher eukaryotes, the paralogs Aurora kinase A (AurA) and Aurora kinase B (AurB) play non-overlapping roles that depend ...
    • Ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis in $\textit{Xenopus}$ extract 

      McDowell, Gary S; Philpott, Anna (UPV/EHU Press, 2016)
      The small protein modifier, ubiquitin, can be covalently attached to proteins in the process of ubiquitylation, resulting in a variety of functional outcomes. In particular, the most commonly-associated and well-studied ...
    • Ubiquitylation, neddylation and the DNA damage response 

      Brown, Jessica S; Jackson, Stephen Philip (Royal Society Publishing, 2015-04-01)
      Failure of accurate DNA damage sensing and repair mechanisms manifests as a variety of human diseases, including neurodegenerative disorders, immunodeficiency, infertility and cancer. The accuracy and efficiency of DNA ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About a Ritual to Remove Fear 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Ubush’s cousin suffered from anxiety and continuously cried at night. The following ritual was performed for her. A piece of melted lead was poured into a cup with water. When it hardens, lead turns into shapes that indicate ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Folk Healers 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Ubush says that in Kalmykia there are many folk healers. His personal attitude towards them is skeptical. He thinks that people who have healing abilities should study proper medicine in university. When Ubush was a child ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Kalmyk Sheep, Horses and Camels 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Ubush knows how to look after sheep, shear their wool and rid them of insects. He can determine the age and gender of any sheep. He says that rams are usually kept for meat. He recalls, however, that his grandfather kept ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Karma 

      Churyumova, Elvira; Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Ubush describes karma as an energy field. In Buddhism, he carries on, one is advised to have positive thoughts and spiritual calmness. Expensive things could be useful, but to be sad about not having them is not worth the ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Mazan Baatr 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Mazan Baatr was the protector of the poor against the lords and Cossacks. He was a man of great power. He could cut a horse rider together with the horse into two with his sword. Mazan Baatr participated in wars against ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Numerology 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      7 is a sacred number among the Kalmyks. Prayers are read 7 times. In the epos Jangar the time to get to the kingdom of the dead takes 49 days (i.e. 7 x 7). It is forbidden to marry a person who is senior or junior to you ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About Signs, Omens and Taboos 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      Ubush says that his grandmother always closed the door in the evening in order to prevent evil spirits from entering. When the sky thundered, she also closed all the windows and the door. Ubush personally thinks that if ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About the Buzava 

      Churyumova, Elvira; Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-24)
      The Buzava consists of many sub-clans, including the Erkten, Chonos and so on. The Buzavas are those who went to Don and joined the Cossacks. Despite living among Christian Cossacks, the Buzavas kept Buddhist altars in ...
    • Ubush Darzhinov, About the Fate of the Kalmyks 

      Churyumov, Anton (2017-03-25)
      The Oirats helped the Gelug school of Buddhism, of which the Dalai Lama is the head, come to power in Tibet. The Kalmyks took upon themselves a lot of sin by killing monks from other Buddhist schools. Ubush’s grandmother ...