We propose a novel approach to extraposition in German within an alternative conception of syntax in which syntactic structure and linear order are mediated not via encodings of hierarchical relations but instead via order domains. At the heart of our proposal is a new kind of domain formation which affords analyses of extraposition constructions that are linguistically more adequate than those previously suggested in the literature.
After studying this chapter you will be able to: Understand how the DNS is organized, know the domains in the DNS, know how a name or address is resolved, be familiar with the query and response formats, understand the need for DDNS.
This chapter introduces basic concepts needed for the study and description of morphologically
complex words. Since this is a book about the particular branch of morphology called word-
formation, we will first take a look at the notion of ‘word’. We will then turn to a first analysis of
the kinds of phenomena that fall into the domain of word-formation, before we finally discuss
how word-formation can be distinguished from the other sub-branch of morphology, inflection.
We review the significant cognitive neuro psychological contributions to our
understanding of spoken word production that were made during the period of 1984 to 2004since the founding of the journal Cognitive Neuro psychology. We then go on to identify anddiscuss a set of outstanding questions and challenges that face future cognitive neuropsychological researchers in this domain.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Statistical Analysis of Surface Reconstruction Domains on InAs Wetting Layer Preceding Quantum Dot Formation
Our evidence is based on the everyday consumption choices of the typical
household, and thus constitutes an important contribution to the body of evidence from
previous studies, which have focused on various sub-populations and different choice
Three-dimensional (3D) laser micro-fabrication has become a fast growing field of
science and technology. The very first investigations of the laser modifications
and structuring of materials immediately followed the invention of the laser in
1960. Starting from the observed photomodifications of laser rod materials and
ripple formation on the irradiated surfaces as unwanted consequences of a high
laser fluence, the potential of material structuring was tapped.
The domain is secondary to our agenda: our main goal is not to build a learning
system for furniture design. Rather, ﬂat-pack furniture design provides a test case
for system development to investigate design critiquing. It is an interesting domain
where students encounter many structural and spatial design issues as they make
stable furniture out of ﬂat materials. For this reason, furniture making is often used
as an early exercise for ﬁrst-year design and architecture students.
The main objective of this work is to develop efficient techniques to couple solutions
for performance of reservoir and surface facilities, which is a fundamental step
for the development of management routines and for optiinization of total system
Use of conventional techniques for full-field models can be very computation time
intensive and, therefore, such models are either rarely used or they are simplified by
handling surface facilities explicitly.
Conformational diseases constitute a group of heterologous disorders in
which a constituent host protein undergoes changes in conformation, lead-ing to aggregation and deposition. To understand the molecular mecha-nisms of the process of amyloid fibril formation, numerousin vitro and
in vivo studies, including model and pathologically relevant proteins, have
Repression of poly(A)-binding protein (PABP) mRNA translation involves
the formation of a heterotrimeric ribonucleoprotein complex by the binding
of PABP, insulin-like growth factor II mRNA binding protein-1 (IMP1)
and theunrgene encoded polypeptide (UNR) to the adenine-rich autoregu-latory sequence (ARS) located at the 5¢ untranslated region of the PABP-mRNA.
Several proteins that interact with cell surface glycolipids share a common
fold with a solvent-exposed aromatic residue that stacks onto a sugar ring of
the glycolipid (CH–pstacking interaction). Stacking interactions between
aromatic residues (p–pstacking) also play a pivotal role in the assembly pro-cess, including many cases of amyloid fibril formation.
The third repeat fragment (R3) in the four-repeat micro-tubule-binding domain of the water-soluble tau protein has
been considered to play an essential role in the protein’s
filamentous assembly. To clarify the associational and con-formational features that differentiate R3 from the second
repeat, R2, the heparin-induced assembly profiles of these
peptide fragments were monitored by the thioflavin fluor-escence method and electron microscopy.
Iron–sulfur clusters are widely represented in most organ-isms, but the mechanism of their formation is not fully
understood. Of the two main proteins involved in cluster
formation, NifS/IscS and NifU/IscU, only the former has
been well studied from a structural point of view. Here we
report anextensive structural characterizationofEscherichia
coliIscU. We show by a variety of physico-chemical tech-niques thatE. coliIscU construct can be expressed to high
purity as a monomeric protein, characterized by anabfold
withhigha-helix content. ...
Subunitbis indispensable for the formation of a functional
-translocating FOcomplex both in vivo andin vitro.
Whereas the very C-terminus of subunitbinteracts with F1
and plays a crucial role in enzyme assembly, the C-terminal
region is also considered to be necessary for proper recon-stitution of FOinto liposomes. Here, we show that a syn-thetic peptide, residues 1–34 of subunitb(b1)34
O., Jones, P.C., Jiang,W. & Fillingame, R.H. (1999)J. Biol.
The oxaloacetate decarboxylase Na
pumps OAD-1 and OAD-2 ofVibrio
choleraeare composed of a peripherala-subunit associated with two integ-ral membrane-bound subunits (bandc). The a-subunit contains the carb-oxyltransferase domain in its N-terminal portion and the biotin-binding
domain in its C-terminal portion. Thec-subunit plays a profound role in
the assembly of the complex.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Minireview cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Independent centromere formation in a capricious, gene-free domain of...
Hanna Willander1,2, EriThe BRICHOS domain was initially defined from sequence alignments of
the Bri protein associated with familial dementia, chondromodulin associ-ated with chondrosarcoma and surfactant protein C precursor (proSP-C)
associated with respiratory distress syndrome and interstitial lung disease
(ILD). Today BRICHOS has been found in 12 protein families.
Prostate apoptosis response factor-4 (Par-4) is an ubiquitously expressed
pro-apoptotic and tumour suppressive protein that can both activate cell-death mechanisms and inhibit pro-survival factors. Par-4 contains a highly
conserved coiled-coil region that serves as the primary recognition domain
for a large number of binding partners. Par-4 is also tightly regulated by
the aforementioned binding partners and by post-translational modifica-tions.
The prion-forming domain comprising residues 218–289 of the fungal prion
HET-s forms infectious amyloid fibrils at physiological pH. Because a
high-resolution molecular model for the structure of these fibrils exists, it
constitutes an attractive system with which to study the mechanism of amy-loid assembly.