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Azzedine Boukerche

Recent technical advances and wide availability of wireless access technologies and inter-vehicle communication systems are expected to culminate in the integration of different wireless networks such as the IEEE 802.11, 3G, WiMax and sensor networks in next generation vehicular networks. A plethora of applications are...

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Université d'Ottawa

Autre recherche, Bibliothéconomie et science de l'information, recherche sur l'information, science, génie, santé, médecine, licences de sites, texte intégral, basses de données, bibliothèques numériques

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Anthony Chauvin et 15 autres.

Abstract Background The peer review process has been questioned as it may fail to allow the publication of high-quality articles. This study aimed to evaluate the accuracy in identifying inadequate reporting in RCT reports by early career researchers (ECRs) using an online CONSORT-based peer-review tool (COBPeer) versus...

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Gebretsadik Shibre et 5 autres.

Abstract Background In African countries, including Angola, antenatal care (ANC) coverage is suboptimal and maternal mortality is still high due to pregnancy and childbirth-related complications. There is evidence of disparities in the uptake of ANC services, however, little is known about both the socio-economic and...

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Université d'Ottawa

Atmosphère et climat, Chimie inorganique, Homogeneous Catalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, Asymmetric Catalysis, Environmental Catalysis, Photocatalysis, High Throughput Catalyst Synthesis, High Throughput Catalyst Screening, Nanostructured Catalytic Materials

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Pengmin Qin et 18 autres.

Consciousness is a mental characteristic of the human mind, whose exact neural features remain unclear. We aimed to identify the critical nodes within the brain's global functional network that support consciousness. To that end, we collected a large fMRI resting state dataset with subjects in at least one of the...

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David Olagnier et 37 autres.

Viral infections usually cause disease through direct cytopathogenic effects and excessive inflammatory responses. Here, Olagnier et al. show that two NRF2 agonists, 4-OI and DMF, possess broad IFN-independent antiviral activity and decrease host inflammatory response to SARS-CoV-2 infection.

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Ji Chu Jiang et 3 autres.

Smart Cities sensing is an emerging paradigm to facilitate the transition into smart city services. The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the widespread use of mobile devices with computing and sensing capabilities has motivated applications that require data acquisition at a societal scale. These valuable data...

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Université d'Ottawa

Études religieuses; Multiculturalisme et études ethniques; Droit; Sociologie de la religion; Sociologie; laïcité; Contrôle social; Mondialisation; sécularisation; Droit et justice

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Xu Zhang et 11 autres.

Intestinal microbiota is increasingly reported to influence human health, but little is known on how its functions are regulated. Here the authors characterize microbiome protein acetylation and demonstrate its potential roles in shaping gut microbial functions and the onset of Crohn’s disease.

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Kasra Khalaj et 9 autres.

Abstract Endometriosis, a major reproductive pathology affecting 8–10% of women is characterized by chronic inflammation and immune dysfunction. Human antigen R (HuR) and Tristetraprolin (TTP) are RNA binding proteins that competitively bind to cytokines involved in inflammation including: tumor necrosis factor alpha...

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Roghayeh Shahbazi et 4 autres.

Inflammation is a biological response to the activation of the immune system by various infectious or non-infectious agents, which may lead to tissue damage and various diseases. Gut commensal bacteria maintain a symbiotic relationship with the host and display a critical function in the homeostasis of the host immune...

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Pamela Khacho et 4 autres.

Ischemic strokes cause excessive release of glutamate, leading to overactivation of N-methyl-d-aspartate receptors (NMDARs) and excitotoxicity-induced neuronal death. For this reason, inhibition of NMDARs has been a central focus in identifying mechanisms to avert this extensive neuronal damage....

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Pierre Mattar et 5 autres.

Abstract Neural progenitor cells undergo identity transitions during development to ensure the generation different types of neurons and glia in the correct sequence and proportions. A number of temporal identity factors that control these transitions in progenitor competence have been identified, but the molecular...

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Yiyu Zhou et 7 autres.

The use of long multimode fibers for multiplexed quantum communication is hindered by modal crosstalk and polarisation mixing. Here, the authors use an auxiliary laser beam sent backwards from Bob to Alice, allowing her to pre-compensate for the spatial distortions and polarisation scrambling.

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K. L. Tsakmakidis et 10 autres.

Three-dimensional invisibility cloaks are either limited in bandwidth or disregard the phase of the impinging wave or work only in specific directions. Here, the authors report that these restrictions can be lifted by using cloaks made of fast-light media where the wave group velocity is larger than the speed of light in vacuum.

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Université d'Ottawa

VIEILLISSEMENT; RECHERCHES SUR LES SERVICES DE SANTE - GENERAL; RECHERCHE DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTÉ; Santé mentale; Génétique; MINORITE FRANCOPHONE; ACCES AUX SERVICES; Épidémiologie; GÉRONTOLOGIE; Santé de la population

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Hugo Larocque et 5 autres.

Beam shaping methods can generate optical fields with nontrivial topologies, which are invariant against perturbations and thus interesting for information encoding. Here, the authors introduce the realization of framed optical knots to encode programs with the conjoined use of prime factorization.

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Yue Zhang et 2 autres.

Abstract Background A basic tool for studying the polyploidization history of a genome, especially in plants, is the distribution of duplicate gene similarities in syntenically aligned regions of a genome. This distribution can usually be decomposed into two or more components identifiable by peaks, or local maxima,...

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M. Cauchoix et 3 autres.

Abstract Animal cognitive abilities have traditionally been studied in the lab, but studying cognition in nature could provide several benefits including reduced stress and reduced impact on life-history traits. However, it is not yet clear to what extent cognitive abilities can be properly measured in the wild. Here we...

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Tamer Oraby et 7 autres.

Abstract The application, timing, and duration of lockdown strategies during a pandemic remain poorly quantified with regards to expected public health outcomes. Previous projection models have reached conflicting conclusions about the effect of complete lockdowns on COVID-19 outcomes. We developed a stochastic...

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