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IOP Conference Series :Materials Science and Engineering 304Matthews, Michael B.Vicenzi, Edward P.Richter, SilviaLlovet, XavierDellith, JanCeh, Miran2018IOP Publishing1757-8981
Matthews, Michael B., Vicenzi, Edward P., Richter, Silvia, Llovet, Xavier, Dellith, Jan, and Ceh, Miran. 2018. "IOP Conference Series :Materials Science and Engineering 304." IOP Publishing.
ID: 145974
Keywords: Peer-reviewed; MCI; si-federal
Harden up: metal acquisition in the weaponized ovipositors of aculeate hymenopteraBaumann, KateVicenzi, Edward P.Lam, ThomasDouglas, JanetArbuckle, KevinCribb, BronwenBrady, Seán G.Fry, Bryan G.2018DOI: info:10.1007/s00435-018-0403-1Zoomorphology1181–180720-213X
Baumann, Kate, Vicenzi, Edward P., Lam, Thomas, Douglas, Janet, Arbuckle, Kevin, Cribb, Bronwen, Brady, Seán G., and Fry, Bryan G. 2018. "Harden up: metal acquisition in the weaponized ovipositors of aculeate hymenoptera." Zoomorphology. 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00435-018-0403-1
ID: 146198
Keywords: MCI; NH-Entomology; NMNH; Peer-reviewed
Abstract: The use of metal ions to harden the tips and edges of ovipositors is known to occur in many hymenopteran species. However, species using the ovipositor for delivery of venom, which occurs in the aculeate hymenoptera (stinging wasps, ants, and bees) remains uninvestigated. In this study, scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy-dispersive X-ray analysis was used to investigate the morphology and metal compositional differences among aculeate aculei. We show that aculeate aculei have a wide diversity of morphological adaptations relating to their lifestyle. We also demonstrate that metals are present in the aculei of all families of aculeate studied. The presence of metals is non-uniform and concentrated in the distal region of the stinger, especially along the longitudinal edges. This study is the first comparative investigation to document metal accumulation in aculeate aculei.
ORCID(s): 0000-0003-0468-940X,0000-0001-5042-6112,0000-0003-2085-6546
Solid Digestion of Demineralized Bone as a Method To Access Potentially Insoluble Proteins and Post-Translational ModificationsCleland, Timothy P.2018DOI: info:10.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00670Journal of Proteome Researchv. 17No. 1536542Washington, DCAmerican Chemical Society536–5421535-389
Cleland, Timothy P. 2018. "Solid Digestion of Demineralized Bone as a Method To Access Potentially Insoluble Proteins and Post-Translational Modifications." Journal of Proteome Research. 17 (1):536–542. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00670
ID: 144572
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9198-2828
A Comparison of Common Mass Spectrometry Approaches for PaleoproteomicsCleland, Timothy P.Schroeter, Elena R.2018DOI: info:10.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00703Journal of Proteome Researchv. 17No. 3936945American Chemical Society (ACS)936–9451535-3893
Cleland, Timothy P. and Schroeter, Elena R. 2018. "A Comparison of Common Mass Spectrometry Approaches for Paleoproteomics." Journal of Proteome Research. 17 (3):936–945. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jproteome.7b00703
ID: 145314
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9198-2828
The effects of cellulose nitrate treatment and organic solvent removal on ?13C, ?15N, and ?18O values of collagen and bioapatite in modern mammal boneFrance, Christine A. M.Epitropou, AnastasiaKavich, Gwénaëlle M.2018DOI: info:10.1007/s12520-018-0616-8Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences1866-9557
France, Christine A. M., Epitropou, Anastasia, and Kavich, Gwénaëlle M. 2018. "The effects of cellulose nitrate treatment and organic solvent removal on ?13C, ?15N, and ?18O values of collagen and bioapatite in modern mammal bone." Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-018-0616-8
ID: 145496
Keywords: MCI; fellow; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9133-9058
Combined influence of meteoric water and protein intake on hydrogen isotope values in archaeological human bone collagenFrance, Christine A. M.Qi, HaipingKavich, Gwénaëlle M.2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.jas.2018.05.011Journal of Archaeological Sciencev. 963344Elsevier33–440305-4403
France, Christine A. M., Qi, Haiping, and Kavich, Gwénaëlle M. 2018. "Combined influence of meteoric water and protein intake on hydrogen isotope values in archaeological human bone collagen." Journal of Archaeological Science. 96:33–44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2018.05.011
ID: 146548
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9133-9058
A genetic fingerprint of Amphipoda from Icelandic waters - the baseline for further biodiversity and biogeography studiesJazdzewska, Anna M.Corbari, LaureDriskell, AmyFrutos, InmaculadaHavermans, CharlotteHendrycks, EdHughes, LaurenLoerz, Anne-NinaStransky, BenteTandberg, Anne Helene S.Vader, WimBrix, Saskia2018DOI: info:10.3897/zookeys.731.19931ZookeysNo. 7315573Sofia, BulgariaPensoft Publishers55–731313-2989
Jazdzewska, Anna M., Corbari, Laure, Driskell, Amy, Frutos, Inmaculada, Havermans, Charlotte, Hendrycks, Ed, Hughes, Lauren, Loerz, Anne-Nina, Stransky, Bente, Tandberg, Anne Helene S., Vader, Wim, and Brix, Saskia. 2018. "A genetic fingerprint of Amphipoda from Icelandic waters - the baseline for further biodiversity and biogeography studies." Zookeys. 55–73. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.731.19931
ID: 145328
Keywords: NMNH; MCI; Peer-reviewed
Abstract: Amphipods constitute an abundant part of Icelandic deep-sea zoobenthos yet knowledge of the diversity of this fauna, particularly at the molecular level, is scarce. The present work aims to use molecular methods to investigate genetic variation of the Amphipoda sampled during two IceAGE collecting expeditions. The mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit 1 (COI) of 167 individuals originally assigned to 75 morphospecies was analysed. These targeted morhospecies were readily identifiable by experts using light microscopy and representative of families where there is current ongoing taxonomic research. The study resulted in 81 Barcode Identity Numbers (BINs) (of which >90% were published for the first time), while Automatic Barcode Gap Discovery revealed the existence of 78 to 83 Molecular Operational Taxonomic Units (MOTUs). Six nominal species (Rhachotropis helleri, Arrhis phyllonyx, Deflexilodes tenuirostratus, Paroediceros propinquus, Metopa boeckii, Astyra abyssi) appeared to have a molecular variation higher than the 0.03 threshold of both p-distance and K2P usually used for amphipod species delineation. Conversely, two Oedicerotidae regarded as separate morphospecies clustered together with divergences in the order of intraspecific variation. The incongruence between the BINs associated with presently identified species and the publicly available data of the same taxa was observed in case of Paramphithoe hystrix and Amphilochus manudens. The findings from this research project highlight the necessity of supporting molecular studies with thorough morphology species analyses.
Does argon anoxia cause a color change in Prussian blue pigment?Koestler, DanielBallard, Mary W.Charola, A. E.Koestler, Robert J.2018DOI: info:10.1080/01971360.2018.1478534Journal of the American Institute for Conservation115American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works1–151945-2330
Koestler, Daniel, Ballard, Mary W., Charola, A. E., and Koestler, Robert J. 2018. "Does argon anoxia cause a color change in Prussian blue pigment?." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation. 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1080/01971360.2018.1478534
ID: 147626
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-5433-4899,0000-0002-1198-7571,0000-0002-1032-2930
Rhachotropis (Eusiroidea, Amphipoda) from the North East AtlanticLoerz, Anne-NinaTandberg, Anne Helene S.Willassen, EndreDriskell, Amy2018DOI: info:10.3897/zookeys.731.19814ZookeysNo. 73175101Sofia, BulgariaPensoft Publishers75–1011313-2989
Loerz, Anne-Nina, Tandberg, Anne Helene S., Willassen, Endre, and Driskell, Amy. 2018. "Rhachotropis (Eusiroidea, Amphipoda) from the North East Atlantic." Zookeys. 75–101. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.731.19814
ID: 145329
Keywords: NMNH; MCI; Peer-reviewed; SI-Other
Abstract: The genus Rhachotropis has the widest geographic and bathymetric distribution of all amphipod genera worldwide. Molecular and morphological investigations of specimens sampled around Iceland and off the Norwegian coast allow the first insights into the relationships of North East Atlantic Rhachotropis. The 31 cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) sequences generated for this study were assigned 13 Barcode Index Numbers (BINs) in the Barcode of Life database (BOLD), of which 12 are new to the database. Molecular analyses of COI and 16S sequences could not confirm a theory that depth has a greater influence on the phylogeny of Rhachotropis than geographic distance. Although the North East Atlantic is a well-studied area, our molecular investigations revealed the genus Rhachotropis may contain cryptic species, which indicates a higher biodiversity than currently known. For example, the specimens which key to Rhachotropis helleri is a complex of three COI clades, two of which cannot be identified with morphological traits. One specimen of each of the clades in the cladogram was documented by high definition photographs. A special focus was on the visual morphology of the eyes, as this character shows interspecific differences within the genus Rhachotropis in response to fixation in ethanol. Detailed morphological investigation showed that some clades thought to be indistinguishable can be separated by minute but consistent morphological characters. Datamining Genbank to examine all registered COI-sequences of R. aculeata, the only previously known Rhachotropis BIN in the North Atlantic and sub-Arctic, showed R. aculeata to be subdivided by an Arctic and a North Atlantic population.
Quantifying collagen quality in archaeological bone: Improving data accuracy with benchtop and handheld Raman spectrometersMadden, OdileChan, Dora Man WaiDundon, MorganFrance, Christine A. M.2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.11.034Journal of Archaeological Science: Reportsv. 18596605Elsevier596–6052352-409X
Madden, Odile, Chan, Dora Man Wai, Dundon, Morgan, and France, Christine A. M. 2018. "Quantifying collagen quality in archaeological bone: Improving data accuracy with benchtop and handheld Raman spectrometers." Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 18:596–605. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.11.034
ID: 145916
Keywords: fellow; MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0003-2322-2522,0000-0001-9133-9058
EMAS 2017 Workshop - 15th European Workshop on Modern Developments and Applications in Microbeam Analysis & IUMAS-7 Meeting - 7th Meeting of the International union of Microbeam Analysis SocietiesMatthews, Michael B.Vicenzi, Edward P.Richter, SilviaLlovet, XavierDellith, JanCeh, Miran2018DOI: info:10.1088/1757-899X/304/1/011001Materials Science and Engineeringv. 3040110010110011757-8981
Matthews, Michael B., Vicenzi, Edward P., Richter, Silvia, Llovet, Xavier, Dellith, Jan, and Ceh, Miran. 2018. "EMAS 2017 Workshop - 15th European Workshop on Modern Developments and Applications in Microbeam Analysis & IUMAS-7 Meeting - 7th Meeting of the International union of Microbeam Analysis Societies." Materials Science and Engineering. 304:011001. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/304/1/011001
ID: 145984
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0003-2085-6546
Direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry (DART-MS) of discrete sample areas without heat damageNewsome, G. A.Kayama, IkumiBrogdon-Grantham, Shannon2018DOI: info:10.1039/C7AY02987JAnalytical Methodsv. 10103810451038–10451759-9660
Newsome, G. A., Kayama, Ikumi, and Brogdon-Grantham, Shannon. 2018. "Direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry (DART-MS) of discrete sample areas without heat damage." Analytical Methods. 10:1038–1045. https://doi.org/10.1039/C7AY02987J
ID: 145445
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
Nanolime for the consolidation of lime mortars: A comparison of three available productsOtero, J.Starinieri, V.Charola, A. Elena2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2018.06.055Construction and Building Materialsv. 181394407394–4070950-0618
Otero, J., Starinieri, V., and Charola, A. Elena. 2018. "Nanolime for the consolidation of lime mortars: A comparison of three available products." Construction and Building Materials. 181:394–407. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2018.06.055
ID: 147992
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
Abstract: Nanolime products are one of the most promising consolidation methods for historic calcareous substrates. Whilst the popularity of nanolime has been growing, its consolidation mechanism still needs to be fully understood when applied to highly porous substrates. The aim of this paper is to compare the three available nanolime products in terms of consolidation efficacy on lime mortar specimens. It is shown that repeated applications of a low concentrated nanolime can increase the superficial cohesion and the mechanical strength of the mortar within 1 cm from the surface, while also reducing porosity, number of micro-pores and capillary water absorption coefficient. Nanorestore Plus® yielded the highest short-term consolidation effect. However, L'Aquila nanolime showed a higher durability which was attributed to a better developed crystalline structure.
ORCID(s): 0000-0002-1198-7571
Exotisme et privilège dans une tombe féminine du début du XIXe siècle du cimetière des Trois-Maisons à Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle)Pillard, CecileSoulat, JeanSolazzo, Caroline2018Cahiers LandArcNo. 272272-7817
Pillard, Cecile, Soulat, Jean, and Solazzo, Caroline. 2018. "Exotisme et privilège dans une tombe féminine du début du XIXe siècle du cimetière des Trois-Maisons à Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle)." Cahiers LandArc.
ID: 146713
Keywords: MCI
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-5092-0807
Characterization of membrane metal threads by proteomics and analysis of a 14th c. thread from an Italian textilePopowich, Aleksandra K.Cleland, Timothy P.Solazzo, Caroline2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.culher.2018.03.007Journal of Cultural HeritageElsevier1296-2074
Popowich, Aleksandra K., Cleland, Timothy P., and Solazzo, Caroline. 2018. "Characterization of membrane metal threads by proteomics and analysis of a 14th c. thread from an Italian textile." Journal of Cultural Heritage. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2018.03.007
ID: 145893
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; si-trust; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9198-2828,0000-0001-5092-0807
The biocalcarenite stone of Agrigento (Italy): Preliminary investigations of compatible nanolime treatmentsTaglieri, GiulianaOtero, JorgeDaniele, ValeriaGioia, GianlucaMacera, LudovicoStarinieri, VincenzoCharola, Asuncion Elena2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.culher.2017.11.003Journal of Cultural Heritagev. 309299Elsevier92–991296-2074
Taglieri, Giuliana, Otero, Jorge, Daniele, Valeria, Gioia, Gianluca, Macera, Ludovico, Starinieri, Vincenzo, and Charola, Asuncion Elena. 2018. "The biocalcarenite stone of Agrigento (Italy): Preliminary investigations of compatible nanolime treatments." Journal of Cultural Heritage. 30:92–99. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2017.11.003
ID: 144934
Keywords: MCI; si-trust; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0002-1198-7571
Accumulation of carboxymethyl-lysine (CML) in human cortical boneThomas, Corinne J.Cleland, Timothy P.Sroga, Grazyna E.Vashishth, Deepak2018DOI: info:10.1016/j.bone.2018.01.028Bonev. 110128133128–1338756-3282
Thomas, Corinne J., Cleland, Timothy P., Sroga, Grazyna E., and Vashishth, Deepak. 2018. "Accumulation of carboxymethyl-lysine (CML) in human cortical bone." Bone. 110:128–133. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bone.2018.01.028
ID: 145335
Keywords: MCI; si-federal; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-9198-2828
The Genus Dermacentor (Acari: Ixodidae) in Laos: A Review and Update of Species RecordsVongphayloth, KhamsingHertz, Jeffrey C.Lakeomany, KhaithongApanaskevich, Dmitry A.Robbins, Richard G.Sutherland, Ian W.Brey, Paul T.2018DOI: info:10.1093/jme/tjy041Journal of medical entomologyv. 55No. 4104710501047–10501938-2928
Vongphayloth, Khamsing, Hertz, Jeffrey C., Lakeomany, Khaithong, Apanaskevich, Dmitry A., Robbins, Richard G., Sutherland, Ian W., and Brey, Paul T. 2018. "The Genus Dermacentor (Acari: Ixodidae) in Laos: A Review and Update of Species Records." Journal of medical entomology. 55 (4):1047–1050. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjy041
ID: 146265
Keywords: NH-Entomology; NMNH; MCI; Peer-reviewed
Abstract: Two species of the ixodid tick genus Dermacentor Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae) have previously been documented from Laos: D. auratus Supino, 1897 and D. steini (Schulze, 1933). Between 2012 and 2017, we recorded four additional Dermacentor species from this country: D. bellulus (Schulze, 1935); D. compactus Neumann, 1901; D. filippovae Apanaskevich & Apanaskevich, 2015; and D. tamokensisApanaskevich & Apanaskevich, 2016. In addition, seven specimens in the tick collection at the Institut Pasteur du Laos may represent new species and are currently under taxonomic investigation.
Pre-viking Swedish hillfort glass: A prospective long-term alteration analogue for vitrified nuclear wasteWeaver, Jamie L.Pearce, Carolyn I.Sjöblom, RolfMcCloy, John S.Miller, MicahVarga, TamasArey, Bruce W.Conroy, Michele A.Peeler, David K.Koestler, Robert J.DePriest, Paula T.Vicenzi, Edward P.Hjärthner-Holdar, EvaOgenhall, ErikKruger, Albert A.2018DOI: info:10.1111/ijag.12351International Journal of Applied Glass Science2041-1286
Weaver, Jamie L., Pearce, Carolyn I., Sjöblom, Rolf, McCloy, John S., Miller, Micah, Varga, Tamas, Arey, Bruce W., Conroy, Michele A., Peeler, David K., Koestler, Robert J., DePriest, Paula T., Vicenzi, Edward P., Hjärthner-Holdar, Eva, Ogenhall, Erik, and Kruger, Albert A. 2018. "Pre-viking Swedish hillfort glass: A prospective long-term alteration analogue for vitrified nuclear waste." International Journal of Applied Glass Science. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijag.12351
ID: 146023
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-5433-4899,0000-0002-6079-7870,0000-0003-2085-6546
Spectral and 3-D Cultural Heritage Documentation Using a Modified CameraWebb, E. K.Robson, S.MacDonald, L.Garside, D.Evans, R.2018181–8
Webb, E. K., Robson, S., MacDonald, L., Garside, D., and Evans, R. 2018. "Spectral and 3-D Cultural Heritage Documentation Using a Modified Camera." in The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 1–8.
ID: 146736
Keywords: MCI
ORCID(s): 0000-0001-8844-8720