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    • Abc3-mediated efflux of an endogenous digoxin-like steroidal glycoside by magnaporthe oryzae is necessary for host invasion during blast disease 

      Patkar, Rajesh N.; Xue, Yang Kui.; Shui, Guanghou.; Wenk, Markus R.; Naqvi, Naweed Issak. (2012)
      Magnaporthe oryzae, which causes the devastating rice-blast disease, invades its host plants via a specialized infection structure called the appressorium. Previously, we showed that the ATP-Binding Cassette 3 transporter ...
    • The abduction of Libya’s prime minister : militias run rampant 

      Ahmed Salah Hashim (2013)
      On 10 October, 2013, Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan was briefly abducted by one of Libya’s numerous militia groups but was released unharmed hours later. His abduction may have more to do with the peculiar dynamics of ...
    • Abdullah Azzam : would he have endorsed 9/11? 

      Muhammad Haniff Hassan; Mohamed Redzuan Salleh (2009)
      According to Al Qaeda, attacking Westerners, such as in the case of September 11, is theologically permissible. However, a study shows this view being contradicted by primary sources that belong to Abdullah Azzam, the ...
    • Abdullah Qardash : IS Successor to Al-Baghdadi? 

      Mahzam, Remy (2019)
      Abdullah Qardash, a former officer in Saddam Hussein’s army who rose through Islamic State’s ranks, was reported recently to be the successor to current leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. This is perhaps the first time a successor ...
    • Abe Doctrine: US-Japan Alliance, International Law and ASEAN 

      Singh, Bhubhindar (2014)
      Japan PM Shinzo Abe’s speech in Singapore highlighted three key principles for its foreign policy - uphold intenational law, strengthen US-Japan security relations and enhance relations with ASEAN. They signal Japan’s ...
    • Abe's call to stand up to China : at what cost? 

      Ho, Benjamin (2014)
      Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe issued a siren call at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos that the world must stand up to an increasingly assertive China. Will this resonate with the broader international community, ...
    • Abe's defence policy : leveraging the 'senkaku effect'? 

      Euan, Graham (2013)
      Since returning to power Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has made defence central to his policy platform. To what extend does this mark a new departure for Japan, and how significant are current tensions with China as a driver?
    • Abe's first overseas trip : why Southeast Asia? 

      Singh, Bhubhindar (2013)
      New Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will make his first official visit overseas to Southeast Asia instead of the United States. This trip highlights two main points: Japan's 'return" to the region and the rise of ...
    • Abe's India visit : raising the bar 

      Rupakiyoti Borah (2014)
      The upcoming visit of the Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to India will take bilateral ties between Tokyo and New Delhi to a higher level. India ranks high in Abe’s priorities as Japan faces an aggressive China, while trying to ...
    • Abe's return : implications for India-Japan relations 

      Arpita Mathur (2013)
      The return of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to power in Japan amidst a plethora of domestic and regional challenges has raised doubts over whether his outlook towards India will be diluted. Despite these challenges, ther is ...
    • Abe's Russia visit : widening Japan's options? 

      Rupakiyoti Borah (2014)
      The recent visit of the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Sochi for the Winter Olympics signalled some innovative diplomacy by Japan to reaffirm its position in the global geopolitical stakes. However, Japan-Russia ...
    • Abe's TPP strategy : overcoming domestic division through reform? 

      Robles, Theresa (2013)
      Abe's recent announcement of Japan's intention to join the TPP is seen not only as an important vehicle to expand trade and investment opportunities but also as a way to reposition the country as a major regional power.
    • Abelian codes in principal ideal group algebras 

      Jitman, Somphong; Ling, San; Liu, Hongwei; Xie, Xiaoli (2013)
      We study abelian codes in principal ideal group algebras (PIGAs). We first give an algebraic characterization of abelian codes in any group algebra and provide some general results. For abelian codes in a PIGA, which can ...
    • Abelian Manna model in three dimensions and below 

      Huynh, Hoai Nguyen.; Pruessner, Gunnar. (2012)
      The Abelian Manna model of self-organized criticality is studied on various three-dimensional and fractal lattices. The exponents for avalanche size, duration, and area distribution of the model are obtained by using a ...
    • Abe’s Plan For Japan: A Fourth Arrow? 

      Naoko Kumada (2015)
      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeatedly claimed that Abenomics, represented by ‘Three Arrows’ of reform, is his highest policy priority. However, his government’s controversial passing of the Security Bills suggests that ...
    • Ablating the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) in CD11c+ cells perturbs intestinal epithelium development and intestinal immunity 

      Chng, Song Hui; Kundu, Parag; Dominguez-Brauer, Carmen; Teo, Wei Ling; Kawajiri, Kaname; Fujii-Kuriyama, Yoshiaki; Mak, Tak Wah; Pettersson, Sven (2016)
      Diet and microbiome derived indole derivatives are known to activate the ligand induced transcription factor, the Aryl hydrocarbon Receptor (AhR). While the current understanding of AhR biology has confirmed its role in ...
    • Ablation morphology and ablation threshold of Ti-6Al-4V alloy during femtosecond laser processing 

      Maharjan, Niroj; Zhou, Wei; Zhou, Yu; Guan, Yingchun (2018)
      The research explores the use of femtosecond laser to clean the surface of Ti-6Al-4V alloy. The laser ablation threshold was determined from either depths or diameters of laser-induced craters. Both methods are expected ...
    • Abnormal event detection in crowded scenes using sparse representation 

      Cong, Yang; Yuan, Junsong; Liu, Ji (2013)
      We propose to detect abnormal events via a sparse reconstruction over the normal bases. Given a collection of normal training examples, e.g., an image sequence or a collection of local spatio-temporal patches, we propose ...
    • Abnormal N-heterocyclic carbene gold(I) complexes : synthesis, structure, and catalysis in hydration of alkynes 

      Xu, Xiangya; Kim, Seung Hyo; Zhang, Xi; Das, Atanu Kumar; Hirao, Hajime; Hong, Soon Hyeok (2013)
      Two abnormal N-heterocyclic carbene (aNHC) gold(I) complexes, [(aNHC)AuCl], were prepared from C2-protected imidazolium salts. The air-stable complexes chloro(1-isopropyl-3-methyl-2,4-diphenylimidazol-5-ylidene)gold(I) (5) ...
    • Abnormal Poisson's ratio and linear compressibility in perovskite materials 

      Huang, C. W.; Ren, Wei; Nguyen, Viet Cuong; Chen, Zuhuang; Wang, Junling; Sritharan, Thirumany; Chen, Lang (2012)
      The Poisson's ratio of perovskites with a high degree of anisotropy can change from negative to positive and become much larger than the normally observed range of 0.2–0.4 and even greater than the isotropic upper limit ...