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2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
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2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 40 A
2017 40 A
2016 40 A
2015 40 A
2014 40 A
2013 40 A

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2018 4.29
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2018 4.29
2017 4.36
2016 4.63

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2019
2018
  • Human subarachnoid space width oscillations in the resting state
    Publication
    • M. Gruszecki
    • G. Lancaster
    • A. Stefanovska
    • P. Neary
    • R. Dech
    • W. Gumiński
    • A. Frydrychowski
    • J. Kot
    • P. Winklewski

    - Scientific Reports - 2018

    Abnormal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pulsatility has been implicated in patients suffering from various diseases, including multiple sclerosis and hypertension. CSF pulsatility results in subarachnoid space (SAS) width changes, which can be measured with near-infrared transillumination backscattering sounding (NIR-T/BSS). The aim of this study was to combine NIR-T/BSS and wavelet analysis methods to characterise the dynamics of the...

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  • Immunophenotyping and transcriptional profiling of in vitro cultured human adipose tissue derived stem cells
    Publication
    • A. Mieczkowska
    • A. Schumacher
    • N. Filipowicz
    • A. Wardowska
    • M. Zieliński
    • P. Madanecki
    • E. Nowicka
    • P. Langa
    • M. Deptuła
    • J. Zieliński
    • K. Kondej
    • A. Renkielska
    • P. Buckley
    • D. Crossman
    • M. Crowley
    • A. Czupryn
    • P. Mucha
    • P. Sachadyn
    • Ł. Janus
    • P. Skowron
    • S. Rodziewicz-Motowidło
    • M. Cichorek
    • M. Pikuła
    • A. Piotrowski

    - Scientific Reports - 2018

    Adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs) have become an important research model in regenerative medicine. However, there are controversies regarding the impact of prolonged cell culture on the ASCs phenotype and their differentiation potential. Hence, we studied 10 clinical ASCs replicates from plastic and oncological surgery patients, in six-passage FBS supplemented cultures. We quantified basic mesenchymal cell surface marker transcripts...

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  • Pupil size reflects successful encoding and recall of memory in humans
    Publication
    • M. Kucewicz
    • J. Dolezal
    • V. Kremen
    • B. Berry
    • L. Miller
    • A. Magee
    • V. Fabian
    • G. Worrell

    - Scientific Reports - 2018

    Pupil responses are known to indicate brain processes involved in perception, attention and decision-making. They can provide an accessible biomarker of human memory performance and cognitive states in general. Here we investigated changes in the pupil size during encoding and recall of word lists. Consistent patterns in the pupil response were found across and within distinct phases of the free recall task. The pupil was most...

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2017
2016
  • Body surface area formulae: an alarming ambiguity

    Body surface area (BSA) plays a key role in several medical fields, including cancer chemotherapy, transplantology, burn treatment and toxicology. BSA is often a major factor in the determination of the course of treatment and drug dosage. A series of formulae to simplify the process have been developed. Because easy-to-identify, yet general, body coefficient results of those formulae vary considerably, the question arises as to...

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  • Magnetic field effects in dye-sensitized solar cells controlled by different cell architecture
    Publication

    - Scientific Reports - 2016

    The charge recombination and exciton dissociation are generally recognized as the basic electronic processes limiting the efficiency of photovoltaic devices. In this work, we propose a detailed mechanism of photocurrent generation in dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) examined by magnetic field effect (MFE) technique. Here we demonstrate that the magnitude of the MFE on photocurrent in DSSCs can be controlled by the radius and...

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  • Sharp transitions in low-number quantum dots Bayesian magnetometry
    Publication

    - Scientific Reports - 2016

    We consider Bayesian estimate of static magnetic field, characterized by a prior Gaussian probability distribution, in systems of a few electron quantum dot spins interacting with infinite temperature spin environment via hyperfine interaction. Sudden transitions among optimal states and measurements are observed. Usefulness of measuring occupation levels is shown for all times of the evolution, together with the role of entanglement...

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  • Sharp transitions in low-number quantum dots Bayesian magnetometry
    Publication

    - Scientific Reports - 2016

    We consider Bayesian estimate of static magnetic field, characterized by a prior Gaussian probability distribution, in systems of a few electron quantum dot spins interacting with infinite temperature spin environment via hyperfine interaction. Sudden transitions among optimal states and measurements are observed. Usefulness of measuring occupation levels is shown for all times of the evolution, together with the role of entanglement...

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  • Thermodynamics and kinetics of amphotericin B self-association in aqueous solution characterized in molecular detail
    Publication

    - Scientific Reports - 2016

    Amphotericin B (AmB) is a potent but toxic drug commonly used to treat systemic mycoses. Its efficiency as a therapeutic agent depends on its ability to discriminate between mammalian and fungal cell membranes. The association of AmB monomers in an aqueous environment plays an important role in drug selectivity, as oligomers formed prior to membrane insertion – presumably dimers – are believed to act differently on fungal (ergosterol-rich)...

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  • Tuning the ferromagnetic phase in the CDW compound SmNiC2 via chemical alloying
    Publication

    - Scientific Reports - 2016

    We report a study on tuning the charge density wave (CDW) ferromagnet SmNiC2 to a weakly coupled superconductor by substituting La for Sm. X-ray diffraction measurements show that the doped compounds obey Vegard’s law, where La (Lu) alloying expands (shrinks) the lattice due to its larger (smaller) atomic size than Sm. In the series Sm1−xLaxNiC2, CDW transition (TCDW =148K) for SmNiC2 is gradually suppressed, while the ferromagnetic...

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