Khalil Beyer

  • Recently, we have developed an experimental approach where kinetic phase transitions in CO oxidation can be studied in situ in a spatially resolved way, e.g. on individual differently oriented grains of polycrystalline metal foil by analysis of local PEEM intensities [10]. The idea of this approach is based upon the fact that the local PEEM…[Read more]

  • Because residents are a heterogeneous group with different attitudes, beliefs, and traditions, they are likely to have various preferences with regard to roses. In the built-up areas of Beijing, residents’ most preferred plant was rose (17%) because of its beautiful color, pleasant fragrance, low cultivation costs, and ecological functions. G…[Read more]

  • ExperimentalResults and discussionConclusionWe deposited 1–20% by weight of Ag on micro-metric TiO2 in one step either in presence of ultrasound or by traditional impregnation. We tested the photocatalysts in the degradation of acetone as a model compound under UV and visible light.Under the tested conditions of 30Wcm−2 for 70min, ultrasound inc…[Read more]

  • Considering that this study was conducted in animals suffering from naturally occurring gastrointestinal disorders, it was not possible to standardize the type, course and severity of disease, with the injuries and immunostaining performed. Steelman et al. (2014) conducting a laminitis study in horses with clinical cases of colic syndrome also did…[Read more]

  • ConclusionsAcknowledgementIntroductionFor instance, several decontamination methods, such as precipitation, biological treatment [1], coagulation [2], adsorption on various supports [3]. Many advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) were also used for the oxidation of dyes in water [4,5]. These techniques (AOPs), which involve an in situ generation of…[Read more]

  • Background and related workGeometric artifactsFor illustration purposes we reduce the 3D reconstruction problem to 2D reconstruction out of 1D projections with the 2D reconstruction lying in xz plane. This simplification does not have any influence on the artifacts. Note that in the following text we also use the gray values scheme corresponding…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 1 week ago

    The importance of our study was highlighted by Pomares et al. (2011) who described three cases of toxoplasmosis in humans, caused by atypical strains probably acquired by from ingestion of raw horse meat imported from Canada and Brazil. Considering that in the present study as well as in others (Al-Khalidi and Dubey, 1979; Shaapan and Ghazy, 2007;…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 1 week ago

    Because of the very narrow focus on an outcome with a sampling distribution, systematic reviews have a very specific framework for developing the question. Systematic reviews should begin by defining explicitly the components of the scope based on the review question. For reviews about interventions, the format to create the review question can be…[Read more]

  • Type I IFNs represent the first line of defense for the innate immune system (Kawai and Akira, 2006), which play an essential role in the host response against viral infections (Taniguchi and Takaoka, 2001). Moreover, many viruses have developed a myriad of strategies to evade the host immune response through targeting the type I IFN system.…[Read more]

  • Viral RNA replication is a multistep process involving a replication complex that is formed by viral and cellular components with the viral genomic RNA template. This replication complex is embedded within particular virus-induced membrane vesicles, which serve as the anchoring sites for the PRRSV replication complex to mediate migration of the…[Read more]

  • IntroductionMembers of the genus Mycoplasma, Class Mollicutes, are small self-replicating prokaryotes that lack a AL 8697 Supplier and are important bacterial pathogens of humans and animals, causing a number of debilitating and chronic illnesses (Citti and Blanchard, 2013). In small ruminants, mycoplasmosis is of considerable economic and…[Read more]

  • Gene melanotropin for a limited number of MMPs and their tissue inhibitors (TIMPs) has been previously reported using a combination of microarray and PCR, and expression at the protein level has also been reported using immunohistochemistry. In the current study, 25 MMPs and 4 TIMPs were identified, but in general the data contradicted previous…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 3 weeks ago

    The literature clearly demonstrates that the axial strength capacity of concrete-filled composite sections is increased by the presence of the encasing steel. The strength contribution of the encasing steel, however, is significantly affected by buckling. Furthermore, the effect of confinement is negligible for square and rectangular composite…[Read more]

  • Due to the similarity between reparative and neoplastic mechanisms, a fundamental question is whether the EPO/EPOR complex has a role in oncogenesis. Abundant data are now available and demonstrate that EPO/EPOR detection in solid tumours correlates with hypoxia tolerance, cell proliferation, angiogenesis, malignant phenotype and resistance to…[Read more]

  • Genomic DNA was extracted using a commercial DNA extraction kit (MBST, Iran) according to the manufacturer’s protocol. A 462bp fragment of the internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1) gene was amplified from each isolate and PCR-RFLP was used for genotyping of isolates as described previously (Moghaddas et al., 2015).The PCR mixture was carried out…[Read more]

  • IntroductionPorcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) has been one of the most economically important global viral diseases for over two decades. PRRS is characterized by reproductive failures in sows and respiratory distress in growing pigs (Zimmerman et al., 2012). The etiologic agent of PRRS is the PRRS virus (PRRSV), which is a…[Read more]

  • Pink pigmented facultative methylotrophs (PPFMs) represented by the genus Methylobacterium are physiologically interesting group of methylotrophs because of their practical significance in bioconversion of substrates which are unusable by other organisms into products with economic value [42]. They are ubiquitous and are capable of growing on…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 4 weeks ago

    In the common literature the S-Curve concept is chosen to explain innovations and to plan technology development. Also we interpreted our results of the Project Matrix in the light of this concept and for a better understanding we defined a basic WPC research-life-cycle (Fig. 1) supporting the design of a significant Research Portfolio matrix.The…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 4 weeks ago

    Conflict of interest statementAcknowledgementsThis work was supported by the profile lines, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria, and by the Verein der Freunde und Förderer der Schweinemedizin, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria. The antisera for IHC testing were kindly provided by Dr. Joachim Spergser, Institute of B…[Read more]

  • Khalil Beyer posted an update 1 month ago

    ConclusionAcknowledgementsIntroductionInfections with Escherichia coli in avian species have been associated with several types of extra-intestinal infections. While the majority of E. coli strains are considered opportunistic pathogens, disease outbreaks being precipitated by predisposing factors such as concurrent virus infections or…[Read more]

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