AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (J)

Alphabetical Listings for "J"

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James Jackson

"The intellectual puzzle concerns the continents: Why are they so different from the oceans? Why doesn’t plate tectonics work..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, November 2010

 

Scott Jackson

"This represents the first genome sequence for a legume and therefore is important for comparative purposes within plants..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2010

 

N/A

"This paper—by combining cutting-edge imaging..."
New Hot Papers, May 2008

 

Rudolf Jaenisch

"Genes have always received far more than the lion’s share of credit for determining our physical characteristics..."
Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, March/April 2009

 

Jaroniec

"The term "mesoporous materials" refers to solids with broad or narrow distribution of pores in the range...."
Special Topic of Mesoporous Materials, September 2008

 

Jayaraman

"This paper studies different methods for extracting knowledge from sequence information..."
Fast Breaking Paper, February 2009

 

N/A

"Within the field of pain research, neuropathic pain is one of the most active research..."
New Hot Papers, November 2009

 

Jose-Luiz Jimenez & André S.H. Prévôt

"We presented a synthesis of laboratory and field data from nearly 40 studies around the world, as well as several new..."
Fast Breaking Paper, October 2010

 

Jose-Luis Jimenez

"The atmosphere is full of tiny particles, too small to see, but they are a deadly pollutant that kills..."
Fast Breaking Papers, February 2010

 

Randy Jirtle

"Both animal experiments and human epidemiological studies demonstrate that maternal nutritional..."
Special Topic of Epigenetics, August 2009

"Our paper is highly cited as it fits within several different research conversations..."
Fast Moving Front, September 2008

 

Karyn Johnson

"We found that insects infected with a very common bacterial endosymbiont (Wolbachia) are protected from..."
New Hot Paper, March 2010

 

Johnson

"That paper describes an efficient computational technique to find the allowed behaviors of light in a complicated..."
Special Topic of Photonic Crystals, November 2008

 

N/A

"most significant and new observation in the paper is that oomycete effectors can be delivered..."
Fast Breaking Paper, February 2009

 

N/A

"For cancer, our work will be pointed in following the potential, as stated above, in developing abnormal DNA..."
Emerging Research Fronts, April 2008

 

Jan Åke Jönsson

"I am a Ph.D. (1978) and professor (2000) at Lund University, Sweden, where I have spent practically all my scientific life..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Jun 2009

 

N/A

"This paper sets the stage for understanding the processes by which health behavior..."
Fast Moving Front, November 2008

 

Mikkel Jørgensen

"Our paper is a review and therefore naturally tends to be cited more than original research papers would..."
New Hot Papers, July 2009

 

Audun Jøsang

"The Slashdot reputation system directs and stimulates the massive collaborative effort of moderating thousands of postings every..."
Emerging Research Front, February 2011

 

Ruey-Shin Juang

"Phenol and its derivatives are the pollutants of high-priority concern because of their toxicity and possible accumulation..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2010

 

N/A

"...our study clearly showed that the maintenance DNA methyltransferase MET1 is responsible for silencing of..."
Special Topic of Epigenetics, May 2009

 

Jung

"For many years, research on the nature of intelligence was mostly limited to psychometric..."
Fast Breaking Papers, August 2009

 

 

Juric

Mario Juric"This paper is a the first in a series that describes our findings about the structure of our galaxy, the Milky Way..."
Fast Breaking Paper, April 2009

 

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