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Dendritic cells use macropinocytosis and the mannose receptor to concentrate macromolecules in the major histocompatibility complex class II compartment: downregulation by cytokines and bacterial products.J. Exp. Mecl
, 1995
"... We have previously demonstrated that human peripheral blood low density mononuclear cells cultured in granulocyte/macrophage colonystimulating factor (GMCSF) and interleukin (IL)4 develop into dendritic cells (DCs) that are extremely efficient in presenting soluble antigens to T ceils. To identif ..."
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uptake via macropinocytosis. In contrast to what has been found with other cell types, macropinocytosis in DCs is constitutive and allows continuous internalization of large volumes of fluid. The second mechanism of capture is mediated via the mannose receptor (MR), which is expressed at high levels
Gravity in Extra Dimensions of Infinite Volume
, 2005
"... This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate School at Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange. It has been ..."
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This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate School at Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange. It has been
Extra heads and invariant allocations
, 2003
"... Let Π be an ergodic simple point process on Rd, and let Π ∗ be its Palm version. Thorisson [13] proved that there exists a shift coupling of Π and Π ∗ ; that is, one can select a (random) point Y of Π such that translating Π by −Y yields a configuration whose law is that of Π ∗. We construct shift c ..."
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couplings in which Y and Π ∗ are functions of Π, and prove that there is no shift coupling in which Π is a function of Π ∗. The key ingredient is a deterministic translationinvariant rule to allocate sets of equal volume (forming a partition of Rd) to the points of Π. The construction is based on the Gale
Metastable gravitons and infinite volume extra dimensions,” hepth/0002190
"... Gravity and antigravity in a brane world with ..."
Diluting Cosmological Constant In Infinite Volume Extra Dimensions
, 2002
"... We argue that the cosmological constant problem can be solved in a braneworld model with infinitevolume extra dimensions, avoiding nogo arguments applicable to theories that are fourdimensional in the infrared. Gravity on the brane becomes higherdimensional at superHubble distances, which entai ..."
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We argue that the cosmological constant problem can be solved in a braneworld model with infinitevolume extra dimensions, avoiding nogo arguments applicable to theories that are fourdimensional in the infrared. Gravity on the brane becomes higherdimensional at superHubble distances, which
Gravity on a brane in infinitevolume extra space,” Phys
 Rev. D
"... We generalize the mechanism proposed in [hepth/0005016] and show that a fourdimensional relativistic tensor theory of gravitation can be obtained on a deltafunction brane in flat infinitevolume extra space. In particular, we demonstrate that the induced Ricci scalar gives rise to Einstein’s gravi ..."
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We generalize the mechanism proposed in [hepth/0005016] and show that a fourdimensional relativistic tensor theory of gravitation can be obtained on a deltafunction brane in flat infinitevolume extra space. In particular, we demonstrate that the induced Ricci scalar gives rise to Einstein’s
Fat Branes in InfiniteVolume Extra Space 1
, 2002
"... We study branes residing in infinite volume space and of finite extent in the transverse directions. We calculate the graviton propagator in the harmonic gauge both inside and outiside the brane and discuss its dependence on the thickness of the brane. Our treatment includes the full tensor structur ..."
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We study branes residing in infinite volume space and of finite extent in the transverse directions. We calculate the graviton propagator in the harmonic gauge both inside and outiside the brane and discuss its dependence on the thickness of the brane. Our treatment includes the full tensor
Largevolume flux compactifications: Moduli spectrum and D3/D7 soft supersymmetry breaking
 SYSTEMATICS OF MODULI STABILISATION IN CALABIYAU FLUX COMPACTIFICATIONS,” JHEP 0503 (2005) 007 [ARXIV:HEPTH/0502058]. – 42
, 2005
"... We present an explicit calculation of the spectrum of a general class of string models, corresponding to CalabiYau flux compactifications with h1,2> h1,1> 1 with leading perturbative and nonperturbative corrections, in which all geometric moduli are stabilised as in hepth/0502058. The volum ..."
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. The volume is exponentially large, leading to a range of string scales from the Planck mass to the TeV scale, realising for the first time the large extra dimensions scenario in string theory. We provide a general analysis of the relevance of perturbative and nonperturbative effects and the regime
Holography, Entropy and Extra Dimensions
, 2008
"... We show that higher dimensional models (brane worlds) in which the scale of quantum gravity M ∗ is much smaller than the apparent scale MP ∼ 10 19 GeV violate the covariant entropy bound arising from holography. The thermodynamic entropies of astrophysical black holes and subhorizon volumes during ..."
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We show that higher dimensional models (brane worlds) in which the scale of quantum gravity M ∗ is much smaller than the apparent scale MP ∼ 10 19 GeV violate the covariant entropy bound arising from holography. The thermodynamic entropies of astrophysical black holes and subhorizon volumes during
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