• N. Farida
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 457-467

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    This study aims to identify how the characteristics of shared outdoor spaces in housing estates influence residents to interact with one another. The study specifically focuses [...]

  • A. ELMokadem, N. Megahed, D. Noaman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016).

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    The renewed interest that is being paid by architects, project developers and local governments to integrate wind turbines with buildings is mainly required a framework to [...]

  • S. Eldakdoky, A. Elkhateeb
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 1-16

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    Based on the commonly used indicators for speech intelligibility, this work acoustically evaluates the two largest auditoria in the Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University, [...]

  • K. Eder, T. Bednar
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 68-78

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    This article presents an innovative façade system designed to increase the thermal comfort inside an office room and to enhance the cooling capacity of the suspended cooling [...]

  • R. d׳Aquino
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 81-90

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    One of the objectives of the redevelopment project for Trajan׳s Market, which spanned from 2000 to 2002, was to rearrange the market׳s accessibility and the visiting paths [...]

  • R. Du
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 290-300

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    Compared with medium-sized cities, megacities play an increasingly important role in the rapid urbanization process in China. Owing to the expanding scale of large cities, [...]

  • R. Du
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 287-294

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    Spatial evolution in ancient Chinese villages is always one of the most interesting research topics in the field of architectural design, urban planning and history of architecture. [...]

  • C. Dubois, G. Cloutier, A. Potvin, L. Adolphe, F. Joerin
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 1-11

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    For mid-latitude cities, higher summer temperatures due to climate change are a cause for concern because they aggravate the urban heat island phenomenon and reduce thermal [...]

  • Y. Deng, S. Poon
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 222-233

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    Chinas large public buildings (LPBs) often become problematic after only a few years' operation, leading to shortened building lifespans. Lacking architectural programming [...]

  • Y. Deng
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2(1)

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    Mega-event flagship (MEF) is a dual instrument for staging a mega-event and catalyzing regional urban renewal. Despite its unfailing popularity and controversial nature, many [...]

  • P. Andersen, C. Rode, H. Madsen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 488-499

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    This paper addresses the difficulties in pinpointing reasons for unexpectedly high energy consumption in construction, and in low-energy houses especially. Statistical methods [...]

  • A. Jiboye
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 20-27

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    This study investigates the effect of house-types on the assessment of residential quality in Osogbo, Nigeria. Through a questionnaire survey, this study employs a stratified [...]

  • A. Jiboye
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 236-243

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    This study is a post-occupancy evaluation of residential satisfaction in Oniru Estate, Lagos, Nigeria. It conceived residents’ satisfaction as a measure of people’s attitudes [...]

  • S. Datta, S. Hanafin, R. Woodbury
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(2) pp. 192-198

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    This paper reports on the design and control of a responsive envelope based on the rotation of tessellated components. The study investigates responsive and dynamic approaches [...]

  • S. Dang, D. Yuan, W. Kong
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5(4) pp. 425-432

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    In China, the urban–rural dual structure of land market has resulted in urban sprawl caused by industrial diffusion. Urban sprawl disintegrated agricultural communities [...]

  • L. Dabbour
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1(4) pp. 380-391

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    This paper discusses geometric proportions which serve as a design tool, especially for Islamic pattern design. The key role of geometry in Islamic patterns is discussed with [...]

  • T. Coomans
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(2) pp. 89-107

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    In 1926, French Jesuit missionaries from Daming published at Xianxian (Hebei province) a little handbook for church construction in Northern China: “Le missionnaire constructeur, [...]

  • D. Toe, T. Kubota
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 278-291

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    The objective of this study was to develop an adaptive thermal comfort equation for naturally ventilated buildings in hot–humid climates. The study employed statistical [...]

  • S. Chien, H. Wang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 376-385

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    We proposed a support system called the “Smart Partition System” for infill elements that integrate smart technologies according to the Open Building principles. The design [...]

  • X. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 353-359

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    The conservation practice in China, termed “Chinese stylistic restoration” in this study, has been influenced by the traditional Chinese philosophy and construction principles, [...]

  • T. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 77-85

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    Stockaded villages of the Qiang nationality that are made up of watchtowers and watch-houses are an important part of its cultural heritage. The earliest documentary records [...]

  • L. Chen
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 166-177

    Abstract
    Agent-based modeling (ABM) is an emerging modeling approach. In the past two decades, agent-based models have been increasingly adapted by social scientists, especially scientists [...]

  • H. Chau
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015).

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    The three contemporary Chinese architects, namely Yung Ho Chang, Liu Jiakun, and Wang Shu, have often been labeled as the ‘avant-garde’ or xianfeng architects in China. [...]

  • G. Chaolin, W. Liya, I. Cook
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 101-149

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    This paper is a comprehensive study on the progress in research on Chinese urbanization. On the basis of the concept and connotation of Chinese urbanization defined by Chinese [...]

  • C. Chan
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 253-258

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    Rhythm in design, as explored in this research, is proposed to be the result of cognitive performance generated stylistically by creators and recognized consciously by beholders. [...]

  • T. Chang, W. Huang
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 335-336

  • M. Erişmiş, A. Gezerman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 409-419

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    The Rumeli Fortress has a unique place in world history. This study presents information on the castle and Fatih period, explains the aspects of castle thought to be important, [...]

  • S. Carta
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013).

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    This article offers a retrospective of the Shanghai World Expo 2010, placing it within an historical framework and hence comparing it to the other major World Expos from 1851 [...]

  • G. Carbonara
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4 pp. 79-80

  • G. Carbonara
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 2-9

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    The essay provides an up-to-date review of the realities of Italian restoration. Restoration work feeds off the doubt that stems directly from historical and balance, and [...]

  • M. Bruelisauer, F. Meggers, H. Leibundgut
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 292-300

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    Efforts to limit CO2 emissions from buildings in the tropics either focus on reducing energy demand, i.e., air-conditioning, or on replacing fossil with renewable sources. [...]

  • M. Bomberg, F. Andreas
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 500-502

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 116-119

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 263-266

  • M. Bomberg
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 421-423

  • M. Bitarafan, S. Hosseini, S. hashemi-fesharaki, A. Esmailzadeh
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 67-73

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    The design of all spatial scales in a manufactured environment is part of the architectural skills and knowledge. Therefore, an architectural design should be drafted to reduce [...]

  • H. Binici, S. Kapur
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 101-110

    Abstract
    Al-Andalus mortar is an ancient binding material (lime mortar) that was used for centuries in numerous historical buildings in Al-Andalus, Granada (Spain). The physico-chemical [...]

  • N. Biloria
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2012). Vol. 1 pp. 259-271

    Abstract
    The design-research illustrated in this research article focus on the emerging field of interactive architecture focusing on developing real-time information exchanging architectural [...]

  • A. Berge, B. Adl-Zarrabi, C. Hagentoft
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 476-482

    Abstract
    A standard TPS measurement gives the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of an isotropic material which in turn gives the heat capacity. The thermal properties of [...]

  • F. Bashier
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 424-430

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    The design studio environment has remained the same throughout the past century. As the Studio Culture Task Force of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) [...]

  • D. Barbarash
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 477-488

    Abstract
    Practicing designers and design students across multiple fields were surveyed to measure preference and perception of traditional hand and digital tools to determine if common [...]

  • D. Green
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3 pp. 228-237

    Abstract
    The conceptualization of the Household/Neighborhood Model for skilled nursing facilities began in 1987 at Evergreen Retirement Community in Oshkosh, WI, USA in the search [...]

  • M. Amado, I. Ramalhete, A. Amado, J. Freitas
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 74-88

    Abstract
    Housing development has become one of the main strategies to alleviate impoverished communities in developing countries. In the past, policies and programs focused on either [...]

  • S. Alitajer, G. Nojoumi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5 pp. 341-352

    Abstract
    The Iranian concept of home goes far beyond physical aspects, and its essence is interwoven with the spiritual nature of humankind. This concept has gained new meanings with [...]

  • F. Mustafa, A. Hassan
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2 pp. 445-456

    Abstract
    This study attempts to quantify the influence of spatial configuration on the functional efficiency of mosque layouts in the early Ottoman period. The literature review consists [...]

  • M. Alharbi, S. Emmitt, P. Demian
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4(3) pp. 237-247

    Abstract
    This research aimed to develop a unique framework to help architects understand and apply architectural management (AM) in their practices. A comprehensive literature review [...]

  • O. Alagbe, A. Oluwatayo, P. Aderonmu, G. Alalade
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2015). Vol. 4(3)

    Abstract
    Architectural education in Nigeria is divided into at wo-tier training system of four and two years for undergraduate and postgraduate study, respectively. After the completion [...]

  • K. Al-Obaidi, M. Ismail, A. Rahman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(2) pp. 178-191

    Abstract
    A passive skylight system is a significant building design element that provides an ideal condition for interior spaces. However, the use of this system is limited to specific [...]

  • K. Al-Obaidi, M. Ismail, A. Rahman
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2014). Vol. 3(3) pp. 283-297

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    Cooling is one of the major concerns in building tropical houses. This problem is exacerbated by the heat gain of the roof, which constitutes 70% of the total heat gain. The [...]

  • O. Akande, D. Odeleye, A. Coday, C. JimenezBescos
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2016). Vol. 5(2)

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    The operational phase of a building project has increasingly gained importance with their energy performance becoming valuable and determining their operational excellence. [...]

  • C. Aghemo, J. Virgone, G. Fracastoro, A. Pellegrino, L. Blaso, J. Savoyat, K. Johannes
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2(2) pp. 147-161

    Abstract
    The presented work addresses the topic of energy savings in existing public buildings, when no significant retrofits on building envelope or plants can be done and savings [...]

  • A. Oluwatayo, D. Amole
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2(1) pp. 94-106

    Abstract
    With architectural firms, owners are often managers whose characteristics may influence the firm structure. This study investigated the relationships between ownership characteristics, [...]

  • Y. Abdullahi, M. Embi
    Frontiers of Architectural Research (2013). Vol. 2(2) pp. 243-251

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    This research demonstrates the suitability of applying Islamic geometrical patterns (IGPs) to architectural elements in terms of time scale accuracy and style matching. To [...]

  • Z. Shen, J. Shao, J. Dai, Y. Lin, X. Yang, J. Ma, Q. He, B. Yang, K. Yao, P. Luo
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Visual impairment is a global public health problem that needs new candidate drugs. Chrysanthemum is a traditional Chinese drug, famous for its eye-protective function, with [...]

  • Z. Farooqui, M. Afsar, S. Rizwan, A. Khan, F. Khan
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Cisplatin (CP) is a potent anti-cancer drug widely used against solid tumors. However, it exhibits pronounced adverse effects including hepatotoxicity. Several strategies [...]

  • Y. Iizuka, H. Kim, M. Nakasatomi, T. Izawa, S. Hirako, A. Matsumoto
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Pioglitazone, a thiazolidinedione (TZD), is widely used as an insulin sensitizer in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. However, body weight gain is frequently observed in TZD-treated [...]

  • Y. Cherkas, M. McMillian, D. Amaratunga, N. Raghavan, J. Sasaki
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    As legacy toxicogenomics databases have become available, improved data mining approaches are now key to extracting and visualizing subtle relationships between toxicants [...]

  • X. Jin, R. Ray, P. Ray
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Protease stimulation in cultured normal human epidermal keratinocytes (NHEK) due to sulfur mustard (SM) exposure is well documented. However, the specific protease(s) stimulated [...]

  • M. Ramirez-Mares, H. Kobayashi, E. Mejia
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    In vitro cell proliferation, cell cycle arrest and induction of apoptosis were investigated, using three human head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) cell lines (OSCC-3, [...]

  • T. Umezu, Y. Shibata
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Bupropion (BUP), a substituted phenyl-ethylamine, has been utilized for the treatment of depression and for smoking cessation, however, one concern is that BUP may increase [...]

  • S. Moon, W. Choi, S. Choi, E. Kim, J. Kim, J. Lee, S. Kim
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    We report anti-cancer activity of ZnO thin-film-coated chips by sustained release of zinc ions. ZnO chips were fabricated by precisely tuning ZnO thickness using atomic layer [...]

  • S. Miltonprabu, . Nazimabashir, V. Manoharan
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The present study was undertaken to evaluate the possible ameliorative role of grape seed proanthocyanidins (GSP) against Cadmium (Cd) induced hepatic inflammation, apoptosis [...]

  • S. Mitazaki, M. Hashimoto, Y. Matsuhashi, S. Honma, M. Suto, N. Kato, K. Hiraiwa, M. Yoshida, S. Abe
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    To determine the physiological role of estrogen in the development of liver injury, we examined the sensitivities of sham and ovariectomy (ovx) mice against doxycycline (DOXY)-induced [...]

  • S. Sarkhel
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Quillaja saponaria bark contains a high percentage of triterpene saponins and has been used for centuries as antiinflammatory and analgesic agent in Chilean folk medicine. [...]

  • T. Sarkar, M. Alam, N. Parvin, Z. Fardous, A. Chowdhury, S. Hossain, M. Haque, N. Biswas
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    This study is aimed to assess the heavy metals contamination and health risk in Shrimp (Macrobrachium rosenbergii and Penaeus monodon ) collected from Khulna-Satkhira region [...]

  • E. Filho, P. Ávila, C. Bastos, A. Batista, L. Naves, R. Marreto, E. Lima, E. Mendonça, M. Valadares
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Intestinal mucositis is a frequent limiting factor in anticancer therapy and there is currently no broadly effective treatment targeted to cure this side effect. This study [...]

  • M. Cruz, S. Barroso, J. Navoni, M. Teles, J. Barbosa-Filho, H. Rocha, V. Amaral
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Hecogenin is a sapogenin found in Agave species in high quantities and is responsible for the many therapeutic effects of these medicinal plants. In addition, this compound [...]

  • S. Benhamed, F. Guardiola, S. Martínez, M. Martínez-Sánchez, C. Pérez-Sirvent, M. Mars, M. Esteban
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

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    Heavy metals incidence in the aquatic environment and its accumulation in fish are under constant review. Gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata ) specimens were exposed for two [...]

  • S. Sahu
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Extensive consumer exposure to food- and cosmetics-related consumer products containing nanosilver is of public safety concern. Therefore, there is a need for suitable in [...]

  • S. Yoshie, Y. Ogasawara, M. Ikehata, K. Ishii, Y. Suzuki, K. Wada, K. Wake, S. Nakasono, M. Taki, C. Ohkubo
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The embryotoxic effect of intermediate frequency (IF) magnetic field (MF) was evaluated using murine embryonic stem (ES) cells and fibroblast cells based on the embryonic [...]

  • G. Roberts, M. Stout, B. Sayers, D. Fallacara, M. Hejtmancik, S. Waidyanatha, M. Hooth
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    The National Toxicology Program (NTP) performed short-term toxicity studies of tetra- and pentavalent vanadium compounds, vanadyl sulfate and sodium metavanadate, respectively. [...]

  • G. Reddy, F. Antwi, G. Shrestha, T. Kuriwada
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), is a major pest of alfalfa Medicago sativa L. (Fabaceae). While H. postica usually causes the most damage before [...]

  • P. Reckziegel, V. Dias, D. Benvegnú, N. Boufleur, R. Barcelos, H. Segat, C. Pase, C. Santos, É. Flores, M. Bürger
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The effect of the antioxidant gallic acid (GA) on Pb toxicity in blood, liver and kidney was investigated in the present study. Rats Wistar received Pb nitrate (50 mg/Kg/day, [...]

  • S. Rebholz, T. Jones, R. Herrick, C. Xie, A. Calafat, S. Pinney, L. Woollett
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) is a man-made surfactant with a number of industrial applications. It has a long half-life environmentally and biologically. Past studies suggest [...]

  • B. Hsu, S. Fu
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1RA), exenatide, on clozapine-associated glucose dysregulation in mice. [...]

  • R. Kumar, T. Banerjee
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    The impact of sublethal toxicity of sodium arsenite on hematological and certain biochemical parameters of the fresh water catfish Clarias batrachus has been analyzed following [...]

  • Q. Le, K. Tabuchi, A. Hara
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Ceramide-1-phosphate (C1P) is a phosphorylated form of ceramide. While ceramide is known to be an inducer of apoptosis of cochlear hair cells in cisplatin ototoxicity, little [...]

  • B. Qaqish, O. Al-Dalahmah, Y. Al-Motassem, A. Battah, S. Ismail
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

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    An increased incidence of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) has been reported in farmers and other occupational groups working with pesticides. In these individuals, an increased [...]

  • O. Oyenihi, B. Afolabi, A. Oyenihi, O. Ogunmokun, O. Oguntibeju
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Chronic and acute alcohol exposure has been extensively reported to cause oxidative stress in hepatic and extra-hepatic tissues. Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus ) is known to [...]

  • O. Azu, A. Jegede, O. Ugochukwu, I. Onanuga, S. Kharwa, E. Naidu
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    As the roll-out of antiretroviral therapy continues to drive downwards morbidity and mortality in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), organ toxicities (especially the liver) [...]

  • E. Nwaichi, S. Ntorgbo
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Levels of sixteen polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in 30 edible tissues of selected frequently-consumed fish and seafood collected from three coastal waters of Niger [...]

  • N. Hashizume, Y. Oshima, M. Nakai, T. Kobayashi, T. Sasaki, K. Kawaguchi, K. Honda, M. Gamo, K. Yamamoto, Y. Tsubokura, S. Ajimi, Y. Inoue, N. Imatanaka
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    A potentially useful means of predicting the pulmonary risk posed by new forms of nano-structured titanium dioxide (nano-TiO2 ) is to use the associations between the physicochemical [...]

  • N. Friedel, D. Scolnik, D. Adir, M. Glatstein
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    We present a 15-year-old female patient with an anaphylactic reaction to a jellyfish sting, sustained while surfing in the Mediterranean Sea. She experienced immediate difficulty [...]

  • Journal of Computational Physics (2013). 252:382-403 (preprint)

    Abstract
    Being capable of predicting seakeeping capabilities in the time domain is of great interest for the marine and offshore industry. However, most computer programs used in the [...]

  • F. Zarate, J. Gonzalez, J. Miquel, R. Lohner, E. Oñate
    Underground Space (2018). Vol. 3 (3), pp. 310-316

    Abstract
    We present recent developments in the coupling of the finite element method (FEM) and the discrete element method (DEM) for analysis of rock blasting operations in tunnels. [...]

  • Technical Reports of the International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) (2017).

    Abstract
    Some reflections are presented on the cycle that ideas go through from when they arise in a university environment until they become an industrial product. These reflections [...]

  • D. Mwalwayo, B. Thole
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    A study was carried out to assess levels of contamination of aflatoxins and fumonisins (B1 + B2 ) in maize produced, stored and consumed in rural households in Malawi. A total [...]

  • M. Mossoba, T. Flynn, S. Vohra, P. Wiesenfeld, R. Sprando
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Adhatoda zeylanica is a dietary supplement ingredient present in several types of dietary supplements, including weight loss, respiratory relief, and immune regulating products. [...]

  • R. Matulka, T. Chan, R. Green, J. Carney, S. Franklin, P. Licari
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Microalgae are increasingly being utilized as food ingredients for a variety of applications, including as sources of protein, egg and dairy substitutes, and cooking oils. [...]

  • C. Mattison, Y. Bren-Mattison, B. Vant-Hull, A. Vargas, R. Wasserman, C. Grimm
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Cashew nuts are an increasingly common cause of food allergy. We compare the soluble protein profile of cashew nuts following heating. SDS-PAGE indicate that heating can alter [...]

  • R. Maronpot, C. Hobbs, J. Davis, C. Swartz, M. Boyle, M. Koyanagi, S. Hayashi
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Microbiologically derived cyclodextrin glucanotransferase (CGTase) is used commercially as a processing agent in manufacture of food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics. Its toxic [...]

  • M. Allegri, D. Perivoliotis, M. Bianchi, M. Chiu, A. Pagliaro, M. Koklioti, A. Trompeta, E. Bergamaschi, O. Bussolati, C. Charitidis
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    The elucidation of toxicity determinants of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) is still incomplete. Functionalization with carboxyl groups is, however, commonly used to [...]

  • L. Søfteland, M. Berntssen, J. Kirwan, T. Størseth, M. Viant, B. Torstensen, R. Waagbø, P. Olsvik
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Extended use of plant ingredients in Atlantic salmon farming has increased the need for knowledge on the effects of new nutrients and contaminants in plant based feeds on [...]

  • L. Vijayasteltar, G. Nair, B. Maliakel, R. Kuttan, K. I.M.
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Despite the various reports on the toxicity of clove oil and its major component eugenol, systematic evaluations on the safety of polyphenolic extracts of clove buds have [...]

  • S. Lelli, M. Mazzetti, L. Viale
    Toxicology Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    This work investigated the modulation by melatonin (Mel) of the effects of the porphyrinogenic drugs 2-allyl-2-isopropylacetamide (AIA) and 3, 5-diethoxycarbonyl-1, 4-dihydro-2, [...]

  • L. Dolan, R. Matulka, J. Worn, J. Nizio
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Use of pecan shell fiber in human food is presently limited, but could increase pending demonstration of safety. In a 91-day rat study, pecan shell fiber was administered [...]

  • L. Takser, N. Benachour, B. Husk, H. Cabana, D. Gris
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Cyanotoxins have been shown to be highly toxic for mammalian cells, including brain cells. However, little is known about their effect on inflammatory pathways. This study [...]

  • W. Klaren, S. Flor, K. Gibson-Corley, G. Ludewig, L. Robertson
    Toxicology Reports (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), industrial chemicals and persistent environmental pollutants, are found in rural and urban settings. Rodent studies have shown that exposure [...]