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  • The Structure and Classification of Botulinum Toxins. [Journal Article]
    Handb Exp Pharmacol 2019Dong M, Stenmark P
  • Botulinum neurotoxins (BoNTs) are a family of bacterial protein toxins produced by various Clostridium species. They are traditionally classified into seven major serotypes (BoNT/A-G). Recent progress in sequencing microbial genomes has led to an ever-growing number of subtypes, chimeric toxins, BoNT-like toxins, and remotely related BoNT homologs, constituting an expanding BoNT superfamily. Rece…
  • Experience-dependent tuning of early olfactory processing in the adult honey bee, Apis mellifera. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Biol 2019Jernigan CM, Halby R, … Smith BH
  • Experience-dependent plasticity in the central nervous system allows an animal to adapt its responses to stimuli over different time scales. In this study we explored the impacts of adult foraging experience on early olfactory processing by comparing naturally foraging honey bees, Apis mellifera, to those that experienced a chronic reduction in adult foraging experience. We placed age-matched set…
  • Medical Tent Utilization at 10-km Road Races: Injury, Illness, and Influencing Factors. [Journal Article]
    Med Sci Sports Exerc 2019; 51(12):2451-2457Breslow RG, Shrestha S, … Collins JE
  • CONCLUSIONS: In 10-km road races, injury rates are low compared with longer races in similar weather conditions. Common medical issues can be managed with basic resources in the on-site medical tent. Green flag start race conditions may not predict race safety with regard to exertional heat stroke risk. There were no deaths in nearly 100,000 finishers.
  • Stimulus Responsive 3D Assembly for Spatially Resolved Bifunctional Sensors. [Journal Article]
    Small 2019; :e1904224Zhang C, Deng H, … Lin J
  • 3D electronic/optoelectronic devices have shown great potentials for various applications due to their unique properties inherited not only from functional materials, but also from 3D architectures. Although a variety of fabrication methods including mechanically guided assembly have been reported, the resulting 3D devices show no stimuli-responsive functions or are not free standing, thereby lim…
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