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2014-01-24
16:34
Dependence of the climate prediction skill on spatio-temporal scales: internal versus radiatively-forced contribution / Volpi, D. ; Doblas-Reyes, F.J. ; García-Serrano, J. ; Guemas, V. [OpenAIRE-NACLIM-2013-008]
This article aims at quantifying the improvement in climate prediction skill as a function of temporal (from monthly to decadal) and spatial scale (from grid-point to global) when initializing a perturbed parameter ensemble of nine variants of the Hadley Centre Climate Model version 3. [...] NACLIM - North Atlantic Climate: Predictability of the climate in the North Atlantic/European sector related to North Atlantic/Arctic sea surface temperature and sea ice variability and change (308299) restrictedAccess
Published in GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS: 40 (2013) no. 12, pp. 3213–3219 10.1002/grl.50557
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2014-01-24
14:52
Hydrographic changes in the Lincoln Sea in the Arctic Ocean with focus on an upper ocean freshwater anomaly between 2007 and 2010 / de Steur, L. ; Steele, M. ; Hansen, E. ; Morison, J. ; et al [OpenAIRE-NACLIM-2013-005]
Hydrographic data fromthe Arctic Ocean show that freshwater content in the Lincoln Sea, north of Greenland, increased significantly from 2007 to 2010, slightly lagging changes in the eastern and central Arctic [...] NACLIM - North Atlantic Climate: Predictability of the climate in the North Atlantic/European sector related to North Atlantic/Arctic sea surface temperature and sea ice variability and change (308299) closedAccess
Published in JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH: OCEANS: 118 (2013) pp. 1-17 10.1002/jgrc.20341
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2014-01-13
14:38
Acute stress-induced cortisol elevations mediate reward system activity during subconscious processing of sexual stimuli / Oei, Nicole Y. L. ; Both, Stephanie ; van Heemst, Diana ; van der Grond, Jeroen [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2014-001]
Summary Stress is thought to alter motivational processes by increasing dopamine (DA) secretion in the brain’s ‘‘reward system’’, and its key region, the nucleus accumbens (NAcc). However, stress studies using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), mainly found evidence for stress-induced decreases in NAcc responsiveness toward reward cues. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:32
Non-receptor tyrosine kinases integrate fast glucocorticoid signaling in hippocampal neurons / Yang, S. ; Roselli, F. ; Patchev, A. V. ; Yu, S. ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2013-005]
Despite numerous descriptions of rapid effects of corticosterone on neuronal function, the intracellular mechanisms responsible for these changes remain elusive. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:28
Coordination of hypothalamic and pituitary T3 production regulates TSH expression / Fonseca, Tatiana L ; Correa-Medina, Mayrin ; Campos, Maira P O ; Wittmann, Gabor ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2013-004]
Type II deiodinase (D2) activates thyroid hormone by converting thyroxine (T4) to 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine (T3). [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:24
Thyroid Hormone Signaling and Homeostasis During Aging / Bowers, J. ; Terrien, J. ; Clerget-Froidevaux, M. S. ; Gothie, J. D. ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2013-003]
Studies in humans and in animal models show negative correlations between thyroid hormone (TH) levels and longevity. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:22
The future is now: early life events pre-set adult behavior / Patchev, A V ; Rodrigues, A J ; Sousa, N ; Spengler, D ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2013-002]
AIM: To consider the evidence that human and animal behaviors are epigenetically programmed by lifetime experiences. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:20
Activation of Anorexigenic POMC Neurons During Refeeding is Independent of Vagal and Brainstem Inputs / Fekete, Csaba ; Zseli, Gyorgyi ; Singru, Praful S ; Kadar, Andrea ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2012-007]
Following fasting, satiety is observed within two hours after reintroducing food, accompanied by activation of anorexigenic, proopiomelanocortin (POMC)-synthesizing neurons in the arcuate nucleus, indicative of the critical role alpha-MSH has in the regulation of meal size during refeeding. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2014-01-13
14:16
Thyrotropin-releasing hormone-containing axons innervate histaminergic neurons in the tuberomammillary nucleus / Sarvari, Anna ; Farkas, Erzsebet ; Kadar, Andrea ; Zseli, Gyorgyi ; et al [OpenAIRE-SWITCHBOX-2012-006]
Recent studies indicate that the effect of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) on the regulation of food intake may be mediated by histaminergic neurons. [...] SWITCHBOX - Switchbox: Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (259772) closedAccess
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2013-12-16
19:33
Second-Order Constraints in Dynamic Invariant Inference / Li, Kaituo ; Reichenbach, Christoph ; Smaragdakis, Yannis ; Young, Michal [OpenAIRE-SPADE-2013-003] [OpenAIRE-PADECL-2013-003]
The current generation of dynamic invariant detectors often produce invariants that are inconsistent with program semantics or programmer knowledge [...] PADECL - Advanced Program Analysis Using Declarative Languages (256521), SPADE - Sophisticated Program Analysis, Declaratively (307334) closedAccess
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