AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (D)

Alphabetical Listings for "D"

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ScienceWatch.com from Thomson Reuters takes you behind the scenes of highly cited research in these interviews, essays, and rankings featuring researchers in a variety of fields. Author commentaries come from all areas of ScienceWatch.com.

 

Dai

"This paper describes a new discovery. We developed a chemically derived method to make graphene nanoribbons with..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Dec. 2008

 

Dai

"In our paper, we demonstrated that vertically-aligned single-walled carbon nanotube arrays can be used for a successful..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Feb. 2009

 

Daly

"We were studying a particular region of chromosome 5 that had been implicated in Crohn’s disease. We came..."
Featured Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, Jun. 2008

 

Sankar Das Sarma

"This paper is highly cited because it solves the outstanding quantum mechanical problem..."
Fast Moving Front, Sep. 2008

 

Rajdeep Dasgupta

"Partial melting is the most important process by which the Earth’s interior continues to chemically differentiate..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

"...one of the key ways in which we do our work is basically to break a pathway—break something in a cell..."
Featured Paper Interview, Apr. 2009

 

Amy L. Davidson

"Our team of authors put a lot of time and effort into compiling as complete a review of ATP-binding cassette (ABC)..."
New Hot Papers, Nov. 2009

 

Alessandro De Angelis

"I studied physics at the University of Padova, where one of my professors gave me the opportunity to visit CERN. I really liked..."
Featured Scientist, November 2011

 

"Kalyanmoy Deb is the Deva Raj Chair Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur and lead author...".
Podcast Interview November 2010; Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA

 

Alek Dediu

"The Information and Communication Technology is challenged nowadays by the need to develop and pursue new paradigms..."
Fast Breaking Paper, October 2010

 

Stefano DellaVigna

"Psychology and Economics (a.k.a. Behavioral Economics) is a recent area of research within economics which has attracted..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Ayhan Demirbas

"This work has attracted considerable interest because of motor fuel subject to the daily lives of people maintains a keen..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010

 

DeMott

"the paper highlighted a growing recognition that mineral dusts may play complex roles in affecting climate..."
Emerging Research Front, Feb. 2009

 

Jean Dénarié

"In this paper we describe the structure and biological activity of compounds, produced by a mycorrhizal fungus, which act as..."
Fast Breaking Paper, December 2011

 

Deng

"This paper may be significant because it demonstrates, for the first time, that the living cell can behave either like a..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008.

 

"This paper describes a new discovery. Briefly, in the absence of GA, GA pathway negative regulator DELLA..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Dec. 2008

 

Armando Gil De Paz

"This paper presents the analysis of Ultraviolet images obtained with the NASA satellite GALEX for a..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009

 

Vojo Deretic

"Autophagy means "self-digestion", and represents a process whereby cells capture portions of their own cytoplasm..."
New Hot Papers, November 2010

 

"Discovery that the Higgs boson is as predicted in the NMSSM theory would dramatically impact..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Mar. 2008.

 

Derocher

"The paper was a timely overview and synthesis of the possible impacts of climate warming on polar bears..."
Fast Moving Front, Nov. 2008

 

Louis Derry

"Since the Earth is a highly coupled system, changes in biogeochemical cycles feed back and impact..."
Featured Scientist, July 2010

 

"Our job is to characterize these toxins. Where do they occur? What fungal species make them? The second..."
Special Topic of Mycotoxins, May 2008

 

Jen-Pierre Després

"What we initially reported is that if you have too much fat in the abdominal cavity, you have the whole constellation of..."
Special Topic of Metabolic Syndrome, December 2011

 

Devereaux

"...substantial advances in noncardiac surgery (i.e., all surgeries except surgeries performed directly on the heart)..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Feb. 2009

"The Large Area Telescope (LAT) on the Fermi Gamma-ray Space..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010

 

Diener

"Migraine is a form of neurovascular headache in which the brainstem structures that mediate pain are..."
Featured Scientist, Mar. 2008

 

N/A

"The paper describes how exergy methods, which are based on the second law of..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Oct. 2009

 

Hong Ding

"..this paper provided the first convincing experimental evidence of a new type of s-wave pairing symmetry for the newly..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Aug. 2009

 

Ray Dingledine

Ray Dingledine, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at Emory University is the lead..."
Podcast Menu | Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA, October 2010

 

Dennis E. Discher

"The classic nature vs. nurture question also applies to stem cells and cell differentiation. As kids grow, their genes..."
New Hot Papers, September 2010

 

Alexandre Dmitriev

"The paper describes a methodology – truly versatile self-assembly-based nanofabrication technique that is tolerant to the choice..."
Emerging Research Front, August 2011

 

Do

"This paper describes CONTRAfold, (CONditional TRAining for RNA secondary Structure Prediction)...."
New Hot Paper, Sep. 2008

 

Dollar

"We were stimulated to undertake this research because in the late 1990s it was common for pundits to claim that growing..."
Fast Moving Front, Jul. 2008

 

Ricardo Dolmetsch

"Store operated calcium channels are critically important for many biological processes including activation of..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2010

 

Roza I. Nurieva

"Upon activation, CD4+ T cells differentiate into distinct effector lineages that regulate different types of immune..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Nov. 2009

 

Yang

"Th17, as a newly defined T helper lineage, regulates tissue inflammation in host defenses against infections..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Dec. 2008

 

Joaquín Dopazo

"Over the past few years, ocean acidification has emerged rapidly as an important issue touching broadly on many..."
New Hot Paper, May 2010

 

N/A

"The paper describes a web-based bioinformatic software that helps to understand the functional implications of..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Feb. 2010

 

James N. Druckman

"The paper explores the robustness of one of the most influential and widely cited dynamics thought to occur..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

Mathieu Dubé

"After 15 years without significant progress, the discovery of Tetherin in 2008 was a major breakthrough in the field of HIV research..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Dubovik

"The paper summarizes multi-year aerosol observations, offering a limited number of the models for describing the..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Apr. 2008

 

"We demonstrated in this study that the majority of the pigs in swine herds in the United States were infected by..."
Featured Scientist, Jan. 2008

 

Dupont

"At the beginning of 1990, our group had started developing projects on the preparation and applications of ionic liquids..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Mar. 2008

 

N/A

"This paper introduced a new class of upscaling methods—local-global upscaling, in which global coarse..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2009

 

Dye

"We know that around 1 in 10 new TB cases in former Soviet countries is multidrug resistant (MDR-TB); that is, resistant to..."
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, Jan. 2009

 

Dyer

"The main contribution of the "relational view" paper was that it outlined a theory for considering dyads and..."
Featured Paper Interview, Aug. 2008

 

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