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Addressing Open Access in Your Grant Application
Amino acid-induced impairment of insulin sensitivity in healthy and obese rats is reversible
(Physiological Reports, 2014-07-04)
High-protein diets (HPDs) promote weight loss but other studies implicate these diets and their constituent amino acids (AAs) in insulin resistance. We hypothesized that AA-induced insulin resistance is a temporal and ...
Food cravings, appetite, and snack-food consumption in response to a psychomotor stimulant drug: the moderating effect of "food-addiction"
There is mounting evidence that many highly processed foods have addictive properties, and that some cases of compulsive overeating resemble an addiction disorder. While support for the Yale Food Addiction Scale (YFAS) as ...
The Heterodimeric Glycoprotein Hormone, GPA2/GPB5, Regulates Ion Transport across the Hindgut of the Adult Mosquito, Aedes aegypti
(PLoS ONEPLoS ONE, 2014-01-20)
A family of evolutionarily old hormones is the glycoprotein cysteine knot-forming eterodimers consisting of alpha- (GPA) and beta-subunits (GPB), which assemble by noncovalent bonds. In mammals, a common glycoprotein ...
Turn, Turn, Turn: Seasons in the life of a digital object - Through the lens of the digital curation lifecycle
More and more, some of the most important assets libraries have are digital. We need to curate these objects with the same rigor and expertise that we apply to our physical collections. follow a digital object through the ...
"Digging Deeper: The Role of An Information Literacy Award as Part of an Undergraduate Research Fair to Profile and Evaluate Students’ Information Literacy Skills at York University," presented at WILU Conference, May 21-23 2014. University of Western Ontario, London, ON
This presentation describes the development of the Undergraduate Research Fair at York University as the broader context to York's first Information Literacy Award. We devote special attention to describing the application ...
Brandishing Their Grey Goose Quills: The Struggle to Publish an Official Life of John Wesley, 1791-1805
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014)
When John Wesley died in 1791, everyone knew that his official biography would be a bestseller. But early confusion over who Wesley intended to safeguard his property and take possession of his personal papers led to a ...
The Great WARC Adventure: WARCs from creation to use
We live in a reality where documents are born, revised and disseminated online. Every day, users record their thoughts, feelings, locations, ratings, votes, comments, reviews, jokes, and so forth; an assemblage of traces ...
Trace is an instrumental version of a longer electronic piece originally written in February 2013. This version is scored for violin, double bass, piano and two percussionists and was premiered by the Array Music Ensemble ...