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    • Damage to Insula Abolishes Cognitive Distortions during Simulated Gambling 

      Clark, Luke; Studer, Bettina; Bruss, Joel; Tranel, Daniel; Bechara, Antoine (National Academy of Science, 2014-04-07)
      Gambling is a naturalistic example of risky decision-making. During gambling, players typically display an array of cognitive biases that create a distorted expectancy of winning. This study investigated brain regions ...
    • damidseq pipeline: an automated pipeline for processing DamID sequencing datasets 

      Marshall, Owen J.; Brand, Andrea H. (Oxford Journals on behalf of the International Society for Computational Biology, 2015-06-25)
      Summary: DamID is a powerful technique for identifying regions of the genome bound by a DNA-binding (or DNA-associated) protein. Currently no method exists for automatically processing next-generation sequencing DamID ...
    • “Dancing on Eggs”: Charles H. Bynum, Racial Politics, and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1938–1954 

      Mawdsley, Stephen E. (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010-06-25)
      In 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his law partner Basil O’Connor formed the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP) to battle the viral disease poliomyelitis. Although the NFIP program was purported ...
    • DAPAR & ProStaR: software to perform statistical analyses in quantitative discovery proteomics 

      Wieczorek, Samuel; Combes, Florence; Lazar, Cosmin; Gianetto, Quentin Giai; Gatto, Laurent; Dorffer, Alexia; Hesse, Anne-Marie et al. (Oxford University Press, 2016-09-06)
      $\textbf{Summary:}$ DAPAR and ProStaR are software tools to perform the statistical analysis of label-free XIC-based quantitative discovery proteomics experiments. DAPAR contains procedures to filter, normalize, impute ...
    • DAPPER: A data-mining resource for protein-protein interactions 

      Haider, Syed; Lipinszki, Zoltan; Przewloka, Marcin R.; Ladak, Yaseen; D’Avino, Pier Paolo; Kimata, Yuu; Lio’, Pietro et al. (BioMed Central, 2015-09-24)
      Background The identification of interaction networks between proteins and complexes holds the promise of offering novel insights into the molecular mechanisms that regulate many biological processes. With increasing ...
    • The Dark Side of mSUGRA 

      Allanach, B. C.; Lester, Christopher G.; Weber, Arne M. (2006-12)
    • Darwin and His Sacred Cause 

      Yang, Haiyan (Association of Cambridge Studies, 2009)
    • Data analysis issues for allele-specific expression using Illumina's GoldenGate assay 

      Ritchie, Matthew E.; Forrest, Matthew S.; Dimas, Antigone S.; Daelemans, Caroline; Dermitzakis, Emmanouil T.; Deloukas, Panagiotis; Tavare, Simon (2010-05-26)
      Abstract Background High-throughput measurement of allele-specific expression (ASE) is a relatively new and exciting application area for array-based technologies. In this paper, we explore several data sets which make use ...
    • Data Flow Management and Compliance in Cloud Computing 

      Singh, Jatinder; Powles, Julia; Pasquier, Thomas; Bacon, Jean (IEEE, 2015-07-01)
      As cloud computing becomes an increasingly dominant means of providing computing resources, the legal and regulatory issues associated with data in the cloud become more pronounced. These issues derive primarily from four ...
    • Data processing for the sandwiched Rényi divergence: a condition for equality 

      Leditzky, Felix; Rouzé, Cambyse; Datta, Nilanjana (Springer, 2016)
      The $\alpha$-sandwiched Rényi divergence satisfies the data processing inequality, i.e. monotonicity under quantum operations, for $\alpha$ $\geq$ 1/2. In this article, we derive a necessary and sufficient algebraic condition ...
    • Data Protection and the Right to Reputation: Filling the “Gaps” After the Defamation Act 2013 

      Erdos, David (CUP, 2014-12-02)
      Defamation law has traditionally occupied a position of overwhelming dominance in the vindication of the right to reputation. Nevertheless, liberalization of this legal framework including through the Defamation Act 2013 ...
    • Data Protection confronts Freedom of Expression on the ‘New Media’ Internet: Exploring the Expansive yet Diverse Interpretative Stance of European Regulatory Authorities 

      Erdos, David O. (Sweet & Maxwell, 2015-07-01)
      European Economic Area (EEA) Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) must confront the strong tension between the EU Data Protection (DP) Directive and the public freedom of expression daily. An extensive survey of EEA DPAs ...
    • Data publication with the structural biology data grid supports live analysis 

      Meyer, Peter A.; Socias, Stephanie; Key, Jason; Ransey, Elizabeth; Tjon, Emily C.; Buschiazzo, Alejandro; Lei, Ming et al. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-03-07)
      Access to experimental X-ray diffraction image data is fundamental for validation and reproduction of macromolecular models and indispensable for development of structural biology processing methods. Here, we established ...
    • Data Quality in Analytics: Key Problems Arising from the Repurposing of Manufacturing Data 

      Woodall, Philip; Wainman, Anthony (MIT ICIQ, 2015-07-24)
      Repurposing data is when data is used for a completely different decision/task to what it was originally intended to be used for. This is often the case in data analytics when data, which has been captured by the business ...
    • Data, desire and recognition: learning to recognise a ‘prostitute’ in Dakar 

      Poleykett, Branwyn (Sage, 2016)
      Through an examination of an investigation of clandestine sexualities conducted by an NGO, I examine how a public health programme creates its object on the ground through painstaking fieldwork. This paper is about a ...
    • Data-Centric Access Control for Cloud Computing 

      Pasquier, Thomas; Bacon, Jean; Singh, Jatinder; Eyers, David (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016-06-06)
      The usual approach to security for cloud-hosted applications is strong separation. However, it is often the case that the same data is used by different applications, particularly given the increase in data-driven (`big ...
    • Data-Driven Derivation of an "Informer Compound Set" for Improved Selection of Active Compounds in High-Throughput Screening. 

      Paricharak, S; IJzerman, AP; Jenkins, JL; Bender, A; Nigsch, F (American Chemical Society, 2016-09-26)
      Despite the usefulness of high-throughput screening (HTS) in drug discovery, for some systems, low assay throughput or high screening cost can prohibit the screening of large numbers of compounds. In such cases, iterative ...
    • The Date of the $\textit{Shema}$ (Deut 6:4–5) 

      MacDonald, Nathan (Society of Biblical Literature, 2016)
      In 1992 Timo Veijola argued that the love commandment in Deut 6:5 was an interpolation into the $\textit{Shema}$. On the basis of its vocabulary he showed it to be consistent with a late deuteronomistic stratum in Deuteronomy, ...
    • Dating the Dead: New Radiocarbon Dates from the Lower Ica Valley, South Coast Peru 

      Cadwallader, Lauren; Torres, Susana Arce; O'Connell, Tamsin C.; Pullen, Alexander G.; Beresford-Jones, David G. (2015-05-14)
      This paper presents radiocarbon dates from human bone samples (n=13) from seven pre-Columbian cemeteries in the Samaca and Ullujaya Basins of the lower Ica Valley, south coast of Peru, spanning from the end of the Early ...
    • David Cameron’s EU renegotiation and referendum pledge: A case of déjà vu? 

      Smith, Julie (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016-05-30)
      The United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union has long been fraught, creating tensions with European partners and dividing the main political parties. To try to overcome internal divisions in the Labour Party, ...