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Plasmonic Ag nanoparticles embedded in lithium tantalate crystal for ultrafast laser generation.

We report the Ag nanoparticles (NPs) embedded in LiTaO3 (AgNP:LT) by direct Ag+ ion implantation. Transmission electron microscope (TEM) imaging indicates the embedded Ag NPs with the average diameter of 3.65 nm. The linear optical absorption spectrum of AgNP:LT peaking at 477 nm is observed owing to the typical effect of localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR). Z-scan investigation shows untrafast saturable absorption of AgNP:LT at the near infrared 1 μm wavelength, which enables AgNP:LT to be a new saturable absorbser (SA) for the generation of 1 μm Q-switched mode-locked pulsed laser with pulse duration of 35 ps and repetition rate of 8.74 GHz. This work not only opens a new way to tailor the nonlinearity of LiTaO3 by embedding Ag+ NPs, but also develops the AgNP:LT as a new SA for ultrafast laser generation.

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Benzodithiophene-fused Perylene Bisimides as Electron Acceptors for Non-fullerene Organic Solar Cells with High Open-Circuit Voltage.

Tandem-junction organic solar cells require solar cells with visible light photo-response as front cells, in which an open-circuit voltage (Voc) above 1.0 V is highly demanded. In this work, we are able to develop electron acceptors to fabricate non-fullerene organic solar cells (NFOSCs) with a very high Voc of 1.14 V. This was realized by designing perylene bisimide (PBI)-based conjugated materials fused with benzodithiophene, in which Cl and S atom were introduced into the molecules in order to lower the frontier energy levels. The fused structures can reduce the aggregation of PBI unit and meanwhile maintain a good charge transport property. The new electron acceptors were applied into NFOSCs by using Cl and S substituted conjugated polymers as electron donor, in which an initial power conversion efficiency of 6.63% and a high Voc of 1.14 V could be obtained. The results demonstrate that the molecular design by incorporating Cl and S atom into electron acceptors has great potential to realize high performance NFOSCs.

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Fabrication of biocompatible super stable lubricant-immobilized slippery surfaces by grafting a polydimethylsiloxane brush: excellent boiling water resistance, hot liquid repellency and long-term slippery stability.

Slippery liquid-infused surfaces that imitate the microstructure of carnivorous Nepenthes have attracted widespread attention due to their excellent liquid and various organic solution repellency, associated with broad applications in various fields. However, the complicated preparation processes and poor oil lock ability of slippery liquid-infused surfaces severely restrict their practical application. Herein, lubricant-immobilized slippery surfaces (LISS) were fabricated by grafting polydimethylsiloxane onto ZnO nanorods under ultraviolet light, with residual non-bound silicone oil acting as a lubricant. In addition, the entire reaction is green, and the chemicals involved are inexpensive and environmentally friendly. Moreover, due to the strong intermolecular forces between the non-bound silicone oil and grafted polydimethylsiloxane, silicone oil is firmly locked to the zinc oxide surface, serving as a lubricant layer with a sliding angle of less than 3°. The LISS not only exhibited superior omniphobicity at room-temperature but also retained excellent sliding ability for high-temperature liquids such as hot water and oleic oil. When subjected to a boiling and high temperature test for 15 min, the liquids still slid on the surface with the tilt angles below 4° due to the presence of a uniform lubricant layer. In addition, under extreme operating conditions, such as high shear rate of up to 7000 rpm, long-term immersion for 400 h and strong acid/alkali, the LISS exhibited outstanding slippery stability. Furthermore, its properties of corrosion resistance, anti-icing and anti-fouling are of great significance for extending the practical application of LISS. Therefore, due to their excellent boiling water/hot liquid repellency and long-term slippery stability, the LISS may be promoted on a large scale and are a breakthrough for traditional slippery surface preparation.

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Creation of Electron-Positron Pairs in Photon-Photon Collisions Driven by 10-PW Laser Pulses.

A novel approach is proposed to demonstrate the two-photon Breit-Wheeler process by using collimated and wide-bandwidth γ-ray pulses driven by 10-PW lasers. Theoretical calculations suggest that more than 3.2×10^{8} electron-positron pairs with a divergence angle of 7° can be created per shot, and the signal-to-noise ratio is higher than 10^{3}. The positron signal, which is roughly 100 times higher than the detection limit, can be measured by using the existing spectrometers. This approach, which could demonstrate the e^{-}e^{+} pair creation process from two photons, would provide important tests for two-photon physics and other fundamental physical theories.

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Mediterranean versus Western Diet Effects on Caloric Intake, Obesity, Metabolism, and Hepatosteatosis in Nonhuman Primates.

This study aimed to determine the effects of humanlike Western and Mediterranean diets on caloric intake, obesity, metabolism, and hepatosteatosis in an established nonhuman primate model of obesity, cardiometabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and atherosclerosis.

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Intrinsic connectivity identifies the sensory-motor network as a main cross-network between remitted late-life depression- and amnestic mild cognitive impairment-targeted networks.

Remitted late-life depression (rLLD) and amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) are both associated with a high risk of developing Alzheimer's disease (AD). Neurodegeneration is considered to spread within pre-existing networks. To investigate whether, in the healthy brain, there was a pre-existing cross-network between the intrinsic networks that are vulnerable to rLLD and aMCI. We performed functional connectivity analyses based on brain areas with the greatest brain neuronal activity differences in 55 rLLD, 87 aMCI, and 114 healthy controls. Intrinsic networks that were differentially vulnerable to rLLD and aMCI converged onto the sensory-motor network (SMN) in the healthy brain. These regions in the SMN within the aMCI- and rLLD-vulnerable networks played different roles in the cognitive functions. This study identifies the SMN as a cross-network between rLLD- and aMCI-vulnerable networks. The common susceptibility of these diseases to AD is likely due to the breakdown of the cross-network. The results further suggest that interventions targeting the amelioration of sensory-motor deficits in the early course of disease in individuals with AD risk may enhance patient function as AD pathology progresses.

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Evaluation of Sex Positive! A Video eHealth Intervention for Men Living with HIV.

Sex Positive! is a two-arm, video-based web intervention aimed at reducing condomless anal sex (CAS) with partners of known and unknown serostatus that was delivered online to a racially and ethnically diverse sample of 830 gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men living with HIV. Men in each arm received 6 weekly videos after completing a baseline assessment and 4 weekly booster videos following a 6-month assessment. Follow-up assessments were conducted every 3 months for 1 year. At 3-month follow-up, men in the intervention arm reported significantly reduced risk of having unknown serodiscordant CAS partners than men in the control arm (RR 0.60, 95% CI 0.39-0.92), partially supporting study hypotheses. Aside from this finding, similar reductions in sexual risk behaviors were observed in both arms over the study period. There is much to be learned about video-based web interventions in terms of methodological development and intervention delivery, including frequency and duration of intervention components.

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Overexpression of VaWRKY12, a transcription factor from Vitis amurensis with increased nuclear localization under low temperature, enhances cold tolerance of plants.

Overexpression of VaWRKY12, whose nuclear translocation increased under low temperature, enhanced the cold tolerance of Arabidopsis and grapevine calli and significantly increased the expression of antioxidant-related genes. Low temperature causes injuries to buds during winter and to young shoots during early spring, thereby affecting grapevine quality and yield. Understanding the regulatory mechanisms of cold stress responses is essential for the breeding of new grapevine cultivars with excellent cold tolerance. Previous studies indicated that WRKY family genes are induced by low temperature in grapevine, but their function in cold stress responses was not clear. Here, a cold-induced WRKY gene, named VaWRKY12, was cloned from Vitis amurensis, which displays remarkable cold tolerance. An atypical transmembrane (TM) region was found in its C-terminal region. Transient expression assays showed that VaWRKY12 was localized in the nucleus and cytoplasm at normal temperature but only in the nucleus after cold treatment. By contrast, a truncated version of VaWRKY12 without the TM region was found specifically in the nucleus at normal temperature, and its binding activity to tandem W-box elements in yeast was stronger than that of VaWRKY12, indicating that the TM region might affect the location and function of VaWRKY12. Overexpression of VaWRKY12 enhanced the cold tolerance of transformed Arabidopsis and grapevine calli. Transcriptome data revealed that the expression of genes encoding antioxidant enzymes, including peroxidases and glutathione S-transferases, was upregulated after cold treatment in VaWRKY12-overexpressing grapevine calli compared to the control calli. This study identifies candidate target genes as a basis for further studies on the roles of VaWRKY12 in cold stress responses in grapevine.

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Correction to: Genetic polymorphisms and mutation rates of 16 X-STRs in a Han Chinese population of Beijing and application examples in second-degree kinship cases.

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Toxicity Test Assay of Waterborne Methylmercury on the Japanese Flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) at Embryonic-Larval Stages.

Methylmercury (MeHg) is a widespread pollutant in aquatic ecosystems, but its toxicity to the early life stages of marine fish has not been adequately investigated. This study used acute toxicity tests on embryonic-larval stages of a marine flounder Paralichthys olivaceus to determine the LC values for embryos and larvae and evaluate the responses of several biological endpoints to subacute MeHg exposure. Under exposures (0-15 μg L) below LC values ( < 15.3 μg L for embryos and 16.3 μg L for larvae) embryos were more sensitive to MeHg than were the larvae. MeHg exposures at ≥ 13 μg L increased morphological deformities and mortality, reduced growth and yolk absorption rate of the embryonic-larval flounder. These endpoints were sensitive to MeHg and their responses were dose-dependent. They could be used as bioindicators for assessing MeHg toxicity to the ELS of the flounder. Embryonic-larval flounder could be a useful fish for ecotoxicological assessment of MeHg in marine ecosystems.

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