12 Video Sites That Are Better Than YouTube There’s little doubt that YouTube is the go-to video site for many people. In fact, it’s one of the most popular websites in the world. But what if YouTube happens to be inaccessible? Or you simply want more options for viewing videos online? These days, video is such a huge part of the online experience that there are many options available. 1. Even if you visit YouTube on a regular basis, it’s worth adding Vimeo to your regular rotation of video sites. Among other things, Vimeo features a number of well-known movies and TV series, such as E!’ The site also has an easy-to-browse search feature that organizes videos by category and channel. 2. Metacafe is a video site that specializes in shortform video content. One of Metacafe’s strengths is its simplicity. 3. Originating from Israeli startup Qlipso, Veoh describes itself as an internet TV company. In addition to TV clips, Veoh has lots of music content across a wide range of genres. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Dove Medical Press - Open Access Publisher of Medical Journals Phytonutrients – Another Major Reason to Eat Your Fruits and Vegetables - Online Articles: National Council on Strength and Fitness Trainer's Tools Phytonutrients – Another Major Reason to Eat Your Fruits and Vegetables Phytonutrients (phyto = Greek for plant) are specific, organic components found in plants believed to promote health benefits. They are officially categorized as non-nutrients and unlike vitamins are not considered essential due to the fact that no known nutritional deficiencies occur without intake. Even though phytonutrients are considered nonessential, there are several means by which they are believed to protect human health. Carotenoids are the red, orange, and yellow pigments found in various fruits and vegetables. Polyphenols are found in a variety of vegetable roots, grapes, berries, nuts, and certain beverages. Evidence that fruit and vegetable consumption protects human health is growing due to a wealth of data from epidemiological, human feeding, and cell culture studies. Greater overall fruit and vegetable consumption has been directly linked to a decreased risk of stroke.
Could lncRNAs be the Missing Links in Control of Mesenchymal Stem C... List of open source hardware projects The following is the list of open source hardware projects that includes computer systems and components, cameras, radio, telephony, science education, machines & tools, robotics, renewable energy, home automation, medical & biotech, automotive, prototyping, test equipment, and musical instruments. Amateur radio Homebrew D-STAR Radio Audio electronics Monome 40h – A reconfigurable grid of 64 backlit buttons, used via USB. A limited batch of 500 monome 40h has been produced. Automotive Cameras Elphel, Inc. – cameras based on free software and hardware designs.apertus open source cinema camerasleanXcam Computer Systems Machines and tools Medical instruments Gamma Cardio CG - Open source certified ECG connected to the PC with the whole hardware (CAD-PCB-BOL) disclosed/released under Creative Common open license. Music electronics Networking Renewable energy Robotics Storage Telephony Video electronics Other
Online News Association Online Journal Database Current and Upcoming Research | ASU-NCRC Human Performance Lab | Appalachian State University The Human Performance Lab at the NC Research Campus, operated by Appalachian State University, currently has 3 human trials underway. Researchers are predominantly looking at how inflammation and oxidative stress affect the body. Recovery and fighting off soreness and sickness in athletes and keeping the general community healthy by fighting off sickness and disease are forefront in immunonutrition research. Upcoming Research: Please check back periodically for updates on recruitment for upcoming studies. Current Research: BioMotor STEM Project with Middle School kids for development of adolescent fitness norms- October 2013-March 2014 Recent Research:
Frontiers | Discovery of Protein–lncRNA Interactions by Integrating Large-Scale CLIP-Seq and RNA-Seq Datasets | Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Introduction Mammalian genomes encode thousands of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) (Wang and Chang, 2011; Guttman and Rinn, 2012). lncRNAs play important roles in a variety of biological processes that have been implicated in regulating tumorigenesis through interaction with RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) (Konig et al., 2011; Wang and Chang, 2011; Guttman and Rinn, 2012; Ulitsky and Bartel, 2013). However, for the majority of lncRNAs, the mechanism underlying their interaction with RBPs remains unknown (Konig et al., 2011; Wang and Chang, 2011; Guttman and Rinn, 2012; Ulitsky and Bartel, 2013). The control and function of lncRNA are governed by the specificity of RBPs (Wang and Chang, 2011; Guttman and Rinn, 2012). Increasing evidence suggests that many RBP–lncRNA interactions play important roles in correct transcriptional regulation (Konig et al., 2011; Wang and Chang, 2011; Guttman and Rinn, 2012; Ulitsky and Bartel, 2013). Materials and Methods Data Visualizations Results Figure 1.
RepRap / 3D Printer RepRap est la première machine autoréplicable de production d'usage général fabriqué par l'homme. RepRap se présente sous la forme d'une imprimante 3D, pilotée par un logiciel libre, capable d'imprimer des objets en plastique. Puisque la RepRap est composée de plusieurs pièces de plastique et que la RepRap a la capacité d'imprimer ces pièces, la RepRap peut être considérée comme autoréplicable — tout le monde peut la construire avec du temps et le matériel nécessaire. Le concept RepRap relève de la production de machines autoreplicables, ainsi que de les rendre librement accessibles au bénéfice de tous. RepRap.org est un projet collectif, vous êtes donc cordialement invités à modifier presque toutes les pages de ce site, ou mieux, créer de nouvelles pages personnalisées. RepRap a été la première imprimante 3D à faible coût. RepRap est devenue l'imprimante 3D la plus largement utilisée parmi les membres mondiaux de la Maker Community :
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Open Access The Case for Open Access Open Access (OA) stands for unrestricted access and unrestricted reuse. Here’s why that matters. Most publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles must pay to access them. Anyone who wants to use the articles in any way must obtain permission from the publisher and is often required to pay an additional fee. Although many researchers can access the journals they need via their institution and think that their access is free, in reality it is not. Paying for access to content makes sense in the world of print publishing, where providing content to each new reader requires the production of an additional copy, but online it makes much less sense to charge for content when it is possible to provide access to all readers anywhere in the world. PLOS Takes a Different Approach PLOS applies the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license to works we publish. Benefits of Open Access Research Accelerated discovery.
Is Stilbene present in plant extracts? Specifically in Jatropha curcas? What I have in my mind that stilbene compounds strongly absorb ultraviolet light so if scan this extract in ultavoilet spectrophotometer may be u been able to identify your compound. some plants have characteristics of compunds like this Here the spectrum Servus,like Aron sas, derivates of stilbene are potential measurable..we have one in our open source database (GMD-databese) designed for plants, but containing mainly primary metabolites, because of the limitation of GC-MS: Always check the Retention Index or compare the mass spectrum to a standard as a secondary form of identification - some plants are known to contain stilbenoids, but there is always the chance that a stilbene derivative could also be due to side-reactions of the phenyl portion of your column stationary phase bleeding at high temperatures or with dissolved oxygen....are you using a VS-5 column? Is Stilbene present in plant extracts?
Discovery of Protein-lncRNA Interactions by Integrating Large-Scale...