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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
    Authors: Mona Azimi; Arunprabaharan Subramanian; Jiaxin Fan; Francesca Soavi; +1 Authors

    Electrolyte-gated transistors (EGTs) have been widely investigated for applications in bioelectronics owing to their low operating voltage and mixed ionic-electronic conduction. The ion-gating media play a primary role in determining the operating voltage and electrical stability of these devices. In this study, we employed an iongel based on an ionic liquid and hydrogels based on polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as the gating media for EGTs using the organic semiconductor poly(N-alkyldiketopyrrolo-pyrrole-dithienylthieno[3,2-b]thiophene) (DPP-DTT) as the channel material. The device characteristics revealed that iongel-gated transistors showed superior electrical stability over hydrogel-gated transistors, because hydrogels undergo dehydration over time. After 65 cycles of pulse measurements, the drain current of the iongel-gated devices did not show any significant change, whereas it decreased to similar to 50% of the initial value for the hydrogel-gated devices. By adding glycerol as an anti-dehydrating agent, the current decreased by only similar to 10% under the same conditions, demonstrating improved operational stability. Finally, we fabricated flexible EGTs on polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which can be operated under different bending radii.

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    Journal of Materials Chemistry C
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      Journal of Materials Chemistry C
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    Authors: Thomas B. R. Robertson; Nicolas Gilbert; Oliver B. Sutcliffe; Ryan E. Mewis;

    AbstractMirfentanil, a fentanyl derivative that is a μ‐opioid partial agonist, is hyperpolarised via Signal Amplification By Reversible Exchange (SABRE), a para‐hydrogen‐based technique. [Ir(IMes)(COD)Cl] (IMes=1,3‐bis(2,4,6‐trimethylphenyl)imidazole‐2‐ylidene, COD=cyclooctadiene) was employed as the polarisation transfer catalyst. Following polarisation transfer at 6.5 mT, the pyrazine‐protons were enhanced by 78‐fold (polarisation, P=0.04 %). The complex [Ir(IMes)(H)2(mirfentanil)2(MeOH)]+ is proposed to form based on the observation of two hydrides at δ −22.9 (trans to mirfentanil) and −24.7 (trans to methanol). In a mixture of mirfentanil and heroin, the former could be detected using SABRE at concentrations less than 1 % w/w. At the lowest concentration analyzed, the amount of mirfentanil present was 0.18 mg (812 μM) and produced a signal enhancement of −867‐fold (P=0.42 %). following polarisation transfer at 6.5 mT.

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    ChemPhysChem
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    Authors: Maryam Mokhtarifar; Duc Trung Nguyen; Mohan Sakar; Andrea Lucotti; +5 Authors

    Abstract For the first time this work reports a new idea to develop a round-the-clock self-cleaning coating which was successfully applied to preserve cultural heritage and modern artifacts under sunlight illumination and at night. To fabricate this structure, namely, H2:TiO2/ WO3@Pt, soft templating and hydrogen treatment approaches were selected to enhance the performance of TiO2/WO3 photocatalyst, together with the addition of Pt plasmonic nanoparticles. The coating can be photochemically charged in the presence of sacrificial electron donors and keep its stability, benefiting from the remained electrons stock for over 10 hours to clean the surface from aggressive pollution also at night, in absence of light. This transparent heterostructure with high surface area, proper interfacial contacts in TiO2/WO3@ Pt system, and extended visible light absorption resulting from the synergistic interactions of the composite system (TiO2, WO3, and Pt) presents an efficient self-cleaning performance. The smart coated surface could clean the substrate benefiting from 70% pollutants photodegradation after irradiation followed by dark storage (2 and 6 h, individually), and superhydrophilic properties were maintained for hours in the dark, thanks to oxygen vacancies resulted from hydrogen treatment.

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    Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering
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      Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering
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    Authors: Liam P McGuire; Ryan Leys; Quinn M R Webber; Jeff Clerc;

    Synopsis Migration is a widespread and highly variable trait among animals. Population-level patterns arise from individual-level decisions, including physiological and energetic constraints. Many aspects of migration are influenced by behaviors and strategies employed during periods of stopover, where migrants may encounter variable or unpredictable conditions. Thermoregulation can be a major cost for homeotherms which largely encounter ambient temperatures below the lower critical temperature during migration, especially during the rest phase of the daily cycle. In this review we describe the empirical evidence, theoretical models, and potential implications of bats and birds that use heterothermy to reduce thermoregulatory costs during migration. Torpor-assisted migration is a strategy described for migrating temperate insectivorous bats, whereby torpor can be used during periods of inactivity to drastically reduce thermoregulatory costs and increase net refueling rate, leading to shorter stopover duration, reduced fuel load requirement, and potential consequences for broad-scale movement patterns and survival. Hummingbirds can adopt a similar strategy, but most birds are not capable of torpor. However, there is an increasing recognition of the use of more shallow heterothermic strategies by diverse bird species during migration, with similarly important implications for migration energetics. A growing body of published literature and preliminary data from ongoing research indicate that heterothermic migration strategies in birds may be more common than traditionally appreciated. We further take a broad evolutionary perspective to consider heterothermy as an alternative to migration in some species, or as a conceptual link to consider alternatives to seasonal resource limitations. There is a growing body of evidence related to heterothermic migration strategies in bats and birds, but many important questions related to the broader implications of this strategy remain.

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    Integrative and Comparative Biology
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      Integrative and Comparative Biology
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    Authors: Jean Boulvert; Thomas Humbert; Vicente Romero-García; Gwénaël Gabard; +4 Authors

    [EN] This article explores, theoretically and experimentally, asymmetric absorbers made of detuned and folded quarter wavelength resonators filled with air or porous materials. When used as acoustic lining in ducts, their thickness can be sub-wavelength and they can be designed for perfect absorption in broad target frequency bandwidth. The considered filling porous material can be easily 3D printed and is formed of a structured micro-lattice with variable lattice constant, allowing precise control of its acoustic properties. The underlying physics of asymmetric absorbers is discussed through a simplified analysis by means of the transfer matrix method. The behavior of the porous absorbers is also predicted by a mode-matching technique accounting for the possible couplings between the resonators. An absorber made of folded quarter-wavelength resonators is optimized, 3D printed and experimentally tested. The experimental results are in good agreement with the theory and show a mean absorption coefficient of 99% over almost an octave and below the quarter-wavelength frequency corresponding to the height of the absorber. The authors acknowledge the financial support from the ANR industrial chair MACIA (ANR-16-CHIN-0002). They also acknowledge Safran Aircraft Engines and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for supporting and funding this research.

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    Journal of Sound and Vibration
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    Authors: Yuyu Zhang; Li Li;
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    Authors: Mathilde, Lahaise; Fatma, Boujenoui; Francis, Beaudry;

    Cannflavins, flavonoids abundantly present in Cannabis sativa, possess a distinct chemical structure comprising a vanillyl group. Notably, the capsaicin structure also contains a vanillyl group, which is considered essential for interacting with the vanilloid receptor. The vanilloid receptor plays a crucial role in the perception of pain, heat, and inflammation and mediates the analgesic effects of capsaicin. Therefore, we postulated that prolonged exposure to cannflavin A (Can A) and cannflavin B (Can B) would provoke vanilloid receptor desensitization and hinder nocifensive responses to noxious thermal stimuli. C. elegans wild-type (N2) and mutants were exposed to Can A and Can B solutions for 60 min and then aliquoted on Petri dishes divided into quadrants for thermal stimulation. We then determined the thermal avoidance index for each C. elegans experimental group. Proteomics was performed to identify proteins and pathways associated with Can A or B treatment. Prolonged exposure to Can A and Can B hindered heat avoidance (32-35 °C) in C. elegans. No antinociceptive effect was observed 6 h post Can A or B exposure. Proteomics and Reactome pathway enrichment analyses identified hierarchical differences between Can A- and B-treated nematodes. However, both treatments were related to eukaryotic translation initiation (R-CEL-72613) and metabolic processes strongly associated with pain development. Our study aids in characterizing the pharmacological activity of cannflavins isolated from Cannabis sativa and outlines a possible application as pain therapy.

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    Authors: Facundo Sosa-Rey; Yahya Abderrafai; Audrey Diouf Lewis; Daniel Therriault; +2 Authors
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    Authors: Yaser Rasouli; Raphaël Maltais-Tariant; Benoit Barbeau; Sigrid Peldszus; +2 Authors
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    Authors: T R Kelly; A C Butnari; E A MacDougall-Shackleton; S A MacDougall-Shackleton;

    Synopsis Migratory animals may trade-off between investing energy in immune defense versus investing in energy reserves needed for seasonal migration. However, these trade-offs are often masked by other sources of variation and may not be detected through observational field studies of free-living animals. Moreover, observational studies can rarely distinguish the costs of pathogenic infection from those of mounting an immune response. To disentangle such effects, we conducted an immune challenge experiment. We captured song sparrows (Melospiza melodia) and white-throated sparrows (Zonotrichia albicollis) in autumn migratory condition, challenged the sparrows with non-infectious antigens that induce an acute-phase immune response, then monitored body composition and migratory restlessness behavior. For both species, body mass was higher the day after exposure to keyhole limpet hemocyanin (KLH) compared to controls. White-throated sparrows, but not song sparrows, increased lean mass 1 week after exposure to lipopolysaccharide (LPS), suggesting that effects of immune upregulation on body composition may be long-lasting and specific to certain combinations of hosts and antigens. White-throated sparrows exposed to KLH increased nocturnal migratory restlessness (Zugunruhe) for the week following exposure. These findings suggest that short-term activation of the acute immune response does not constrain migratory physiology in these songbirds.

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    Authors: Mona Azimi; Arunprabaharan Subramanian; Jiaxin Fan; Francesca Soavi; +1 Authors

    Electrolyte-gated transistors (EGTs) have been widely investigated for applications in bioelectronics owing to their low operating voltage and mixed ionic-electronic conduction. The ion-gating media play a primary role in determining the operating voltage and electrical stability of these devices. In this study, we employed an iongel based on an ionic liquid and hydrogels based on polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as the gating media for EGTs using the organic semiconductor poly(N-alkyldiketopyrrolo-pyrrole-dithienylthieno[3,2-b]thiophene) (DPP-DTT) as the channel material. The device characteristics revealed that iongel-gated transistors showed superior electrical stability over hydrogel-gated transistors, because hydrogels undergo dehydration over time. After 65 cycles of pulse measurements, the drain current of the iongel-gated devices did not show any significant change, whereas it decreased to similar to 50% of the initial value for the hydrogel-gated devices. By adding glycerol as an anti-dehydrating agent, the current decreased by only similar to 10% under the same conditions, demonstrating improved operational stability. Finally, we fabricated flexible EGTs on polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which can be operated under different bending radii.

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    Authors: Thomas B. R. Robertson; Nicolas Gilbert; Oliver B. Sutcliffe; Ryan E. Mewis;

    AbstractMirfentanil, a fentanyl derivative that is a μ‐opioid partial agonist, is hyperpolarised via Signal Amplification By Reversible Exchange (SABRE), a para‐hydrogen‐based technique. [Ir(IMes)(COD)Cl] (IMes=1,3‐bis(2,4,6‐trimethylphenyl)imidazole‐2‐ylidene, COD=cyclooctadiene) was employed as the polarisation transfer catalyst. Following polarisation transfer at 6.5 mT, the pyrazine‐protons were enhanced by 78‐fold (polarisation, P=0.04 %). The complex [Ir(IMes)(H)2(mirfentanil)2(MeOH)]+ is proposed to form based on the observation of two hydrides at δ −22.9 (trans to mirfentanil) and −24.7 (trans to methanol). In a mixture of mirfentanil and heroin, the former could be detected using SABRE at concentrations less than 1 % w/w. At the lowest concentration analyzed, the amount of mirfentanil present was 0.18 mg (812 μM) and produced a signal enhancement of −867‐fold (P=0.42 %). following polarisation transfer at 6.5 mT.

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    Authors: Maryam Mokhtarifar; Duc Trung Nguyen; Mohan Sakar; Andrea Lucotti; +5 Authors

    Abstract For the first time this work reports a new idea to develop a round-the-clock self-cleaning coating which was successfully applied to preserve cultural heritage and modern artifacts under sunlight illumination and at night. To fabricate this structure, namely, H2:TiO2/ WO3@Pt, soft templating and hydrogen treatment approaches were selected to enhance the performance of TiO2/WO3 photocatalyst, together with the addition of Pt plasmonic nanoparticles. The coating can be photochemically charged in the presence of sacrificial electron donors and keep its stability, benefiting from the remained electrons stock for over 10 hours to clean the surface from aggressive pollution also at night, in absence of light. This transparent heterostructure with high surface area, proper interfacial contacts in TiO2/WO3@ Pt system, and extended visible light absorption resulting from the synergistic interactions of the composite system (TiO2, WO3, and Pt) presents an efficient self-cleaning performance. The smart coated surface could clean the substrate benefiting from 70% pollutants photodegradation after irradiation followed by dark storage (2 and 6 h, individually), and superhydrophilic properties were maintained for hours in the dark, thanks to oxygen vacancies resulted from hydrogen treatment.

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