Sample records for pyki hannu nurmesniemi

  1. Lightcurves for 2567 Elba, 2573 Hannu Olavi, 2731 Cucula, 4930 Rephiltim 6952 Niccolo, and 7750 McEwen

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Owings, Larry E.


    Lightcurve observations have yielded period determinations for the following asteroids: 2567 Elba, 9.7794 ± 0.0008 h; 2573 Hannu Olavi, 4.9326 ± 0.0003 h; 2731 Cucula, 26.886 ± 0.003 h; 4930 Rephiltim, 5.2423 ± 0.0001 h; 6952 Niccolo, 12.532 ± 0.001 h; and 7750 McEwen, 27.8182 ± 0.0009 h.

  2. Regulation of glycolytic enzyme activity during chronic hypoxia by changes in rate-limiting enzyme content. Use of monoclonal antibodies to quantitate changes in pyruvate kinase content.

    PubMed Central

    Hance, A J; Robin, E D; Simon, L M; Alexander, S; Herzenberg, L A; Theodore, J


    Monoclonal antibodies were prepared against pyruvate kinase (PyKi; ATP: pyruvate phosphotransferase, EC and used to quantitate PyKi content in L2 lung cells and WI-38 fibroblasts cultivated under hypoxic and normoxic conditions. After 96 h of hypoxic cultivation, PyKi activity was significantly increased in both cell types (L2: normoxia [Po2 = 142 torr], 0.11 +/- 0.01 [SD]; hypoxia [Po2 = 14 torr], 0.25 +/- 0.04 U/microgram DNA, P < 0.01). PyKi content increased proportionately in both cell lines (L2: normoxia, 0.44 +/- 0.13; hypoxia, 0.94 +/- 0.13 microgram enzyme protein/microgram DNA). Specific activity was not significantly different after 96 h (L2: normoxia, 261 +/- 11; hypoxia, 261 +/- 14 U/mg enzyme protein). These results indicate that regulation of glycolysis during chronic hypoxia occurs at the level of enzyme content. Chronic O2 depletion leads to either an increased rate of biosynthesis or a decreased rate of biodegradation of PyKi, causing augmented glycolytic capacity. Monoclonal antibodies provide a highly specific, convenient approach to charcterizing enzymes, as well as quantitating cellular enzyme content. PMID:7440714

  3. Far-Away Wisdom: Three Nominees for the 1992 Andersen Prize.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Garrett, Jeffrey


    Reports on the work of three nominees for the 1992 Andersen medal, awarded to recognize a body of work that has made a lasting contribution to children's literature. Discusses the work of Finnish author Hannu Makela; Argentinian writer, poet, and singer Maria Elena Walsh; and the Iranian author Hooshang Moradi Kermani. (RS)

  4. Theoretical study of static magnetic properties for the chiral and reconstructed graphene nanoribbons

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Park, Suk-Young; Rhim, Jun-Won; Moon, Kyungsun


    Recent theoretical study of the chiral graphene nanoribbons(CGNR) has demonstrated the magnetic ordering of the edge states below a certain chiral angle1. Based on the Hubbard model for the CGNR, we study the static properties of the magnetic edge states such as the intra-edge and inter-edge spin stiffness, which are the two crucial parameters to control the thermodynamics of the effective magnetic hamiltonian. For the systematic study of the anti-ferromagnetic inter-edge spin correlations, we calculate the inter-edge spin stiffness as a function of ribbon width and transverse electric field. We also attempt to calculate the electronic and magnetic properties for the other edge geometries such as a reconstructed edge geometry, which has been experimentally confirmed as an edge shape other than zigzag or armchair nanoribbon2 1. Oleg V. Yazyev, Rodrigo B. Capaz, and Steven G. Louie, Phys. Rev. B 84, 115406 (2011). 2. Pekka Koskinen, Sami Malola, and Hannu Hakkinen, Phys. Rev. B 80, 073401 (2009). This research was supported by Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology(2012R1A1A2006927).

  5. Frontiers in Numerical Relativity

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Evans, Charles R.; Finn, Lee S.; Hobill, David W.


    Christopher S. Kochanek and Charles R. Evans; 22. Relativistic hydrodynamics James R. Wilson and Grant J. Mathews; 23. Computational dynamics of U(1) gauge strings: probability of reconnection of cosmic strings Richard A. Matzner; 24. Dynamically inhomogenous cosmic nucleosynthesis Hannu Kurki-Suonio; 25. Initial value solutions in planar cosmologies Peter Anninos, Joan Centrella and Richard Matzner; 26. An algorithmic overview of an Einstein solver Roger Ove; 27. A PDE compiler for full-metric numerical relativity Jonathan Thornburg; 28. Numerical evolution on null cones R. Gomez and J. Winicour; 29. Normal modes coupled to gravitational waves in a relativistic star Yasufumi Kojima; 30. Cosmic censorship and numerical relativity Dalia S. Goldwirth, Amos Ori and Tsvi Piran.