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  • Quantitative forecasting black (pyrogenic) carbon in soils by chemometric analysis of infrared spectra. [Journal Article]
    J Environ Manage 2019; 251:109567De la Rosa JM, Jiménez-González MA, … Almendros G
  • A detailed and global quantitative assessment of the distribution of pyrogenic carbon (PyC) in soils remains unaccounted due to the current lack of unbiased methods for its routine quantification in environmental samples. Conventional oxidation with potassium dichromate has been reported as a useful approach for the determination of recalcitrant C in soils. However, its inaccuracy due to the pres…
  • Assessment of By-Product from Botryosphaeria rhodina MAMB-05 as an Effective Biosorbent of Pb(II). [Journal Article]
    Molecules 2019; 24(18)Muñoz AJ, Espínola F, … Castro E
  • In this work, two types of biomass preparations (VMSM and M3) from the filamentous fungus Botryosphaeria rhodina MAMB-05, which were previously used in a process of production of β-glucan, were assessed as biosorbents of lead. The operating conditions, optimized through response surface methodology and experimental design, were shown to be pH 5.29 and a biosorbent dose of 0.23 g/L for the VMSM bi…
  • Evaluating the implications of Brexit for research collaboration and policy: a network analysis and simulation study. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Open 2019; 9(9):e025025Garas G, Cingolani I, … Athanasiou T
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests what has long been argued, namely that the UK-EU research partnership has been mutually beneficial and that its continuation represents the best possible outcome for both negotiating parties. However, the uncertainties raised by Brexit necessitate looking beyond the EU for potential research partners. In the short term, the UK's best strategy might be to try and maintain its academic links with the EU. In the longer term, strategic relationships with research powerhouses, including the USA, China and India, are likely to be crucial for the UK to remain a global innovation leader.
  • [Analysis of the overweight and obesity effects on pulmonary function in OSA patients]. [Journal Article]
    Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 33(7):611-614Wang JF, Zhang Q, … Ma W
  • CONCLUSIONS: With the increasing of BMI, not only increase the severity of OSA, and further damage to the pulmonary function; the OSA severity of overweight and obesity are closely associated with multiple pulmonary function index; FEV1% FVC, IC for overweight and obesity independent factor influencing the severity of OSA. Pulmonary function can be used as overweight and obesity auxiliary to assess the severity of OSA patients.
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