Bio


Dr. Fei-Fei Li is the inaugural Sequoia Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University, and Co-Director of Stanford’s Human-Centered AI Institute. She served as the Director of Stanford’s AI Lab from 2013 to 2018. And during her sabbatical from Stanford from January 2017 to September 2018, she was Vice President at Google and served as Chief Scientist of AI/ML at Google Cloud. Dr. Fei-Fei Li obtained her B.A. degree in physics from Princeton in 1999 with High Honors, and her PhD degree in electrical engineering from California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 2005. She joined Stanford in 2009 as an assistant professor. Prior to that, she was on faculty at Princeton University (2007-2009) and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2005-2006).

Dr. Fei-Fei Li’s main research areas are in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision and cognitive and computational neuroscience. She has published nearly 200 scientific articles in top-tier journals and conferences, including Nature, PNAS, Journal of Neuroscience, CVPR, ICCV, NIPS, ECCV, ICRA, IROS, RSS, IJCV, IEEE-PAMI, New England Journal of Medicine, etc. Dr. Li is the inventor of ImageNet and the ImageNet Challenge, a critical large-scale dataset and benchmarking effort that has contributed to the latest developments in deep learning and AI. In addition to her technical contributions, she is a national leading voice for advocating diversity in STEM and AI. She is co-founder and chairperson of the national non-profit AI4ALL aimed at increasing inclusion and diversity in AI education.

Dr. Li is a keynote speaker at many academic or influential conferences, including the World Economics Forum, the Grace Hopper Conference 2017 and the TED2015 main conference. She a Fellow of ACM, a recipient of the 2019 IEEE PAMI Longuet-Higgins Prize, 2019 National Geographic Society Further Award, 2017 Athena Award for Academic Leadership, IAPR 2016 J.K. Aggarwal Prize, the 2016 IEEE PAMI Mark Everingham Award, the 2016 nVidia Pioneer in AI Award, 2014 IBM Faculty Fellow Award, 2011 Alfred Sloan Faculty Award, 2012 Yahoo Labs FREP award, 2009 NSF CAREER award, the 2006 Microsoft Research New Faculty Fellowship, among others. Work from Dr. Li's lab have been featured in a variety of magazines and newspapers including New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, Science, Wired Magazine, MIT Technology Review, Financial Times, and more. She was selected as a 2017 Women in Tech by the ELLE Magazine, a 2017 Awesome Women Award by Good Housekeeping, a Global Thinker of 2015 by Foreign Policy, and one of the “Great Immigrants: The Pride of America” in 2016 by the Carnegie Foundation, past winners include Albert Einstein, Yoyo Ma, Sergey Brin, et al.

Academic Appointments


Honors & Awards


  • Fellow, ACM (2018)
  • Technical Leadership Abie Award, AnitaB.org (2019)
  • PAMI Longuet-Higgins Prize, IEEE (2019)
  • Further Award, National Geographic Society (2019)
  • Best Paper Award, International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) (2019)
  • WITI@UC Athena Award for Academic Leadership, U.C. Berkeley (2017)
  • J.K. Aggarwal Prize, International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR) (2016)
  • One of the 40 “The great immigrants”, Carnegie Foundation (2016)
  • Mark Everingham Prize, IEEE PAMI (2016)
  • Pioneer in AI Research Award, NVidia (2016)
  • One of the Leading Global Thinkers, Foreign Policy (2015)
  • IBM Faculty Fellowship Award, IBM (2014)
  • Fellowship, Alfred P. Sloan (2011)
  • W.M. Keck Foundation Faculty Scholar, Stanford University (2012)
  • Career Award, NSF (2009)
  • New Faculty Fellowship, Microsoft Research (2006)
  • Best Short Course Prize, IEEE ICCV (2005)
  • Postgraduate Fellowship, National Science Foundation (1999 - 2003)
  • Fellowship for New Americans, Paul and Daisy Soros (1999 - 2003)
  • Martin Dale Fellowship, Princeton University (1999 - 2000)
  • Kusaka Memorial Prize in Physics, Princeton University (1999)
  • Best Paper (Runner-Up), IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) (2010)
  • W.M. Keck Faculty Scholar, Stanford University (2012-2016)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations


  • Co-Founder/Chairperson of the Board, AI4ALL (non-profit organization for inclusive AI education) (2015 - Present)
  • Fellow, ACM (2014 - Present)
  • Board of Directors, Computer Vision Foundation (non-profit organization supporting computer vision research) (2019 - Present)
  • Senior Member, IEEE (2003 - Present)

Professional Education


  • B.A., Princeton University, Physics (1999)
  • Master, California Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering (2001)
  • PhD, California Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering (2005)

Current Research and Scholarly Interests


Human vision, high-level visual recognition, computational neuroscience

2018-19 Courses


Stanford Advisees


Graduate and Fellowship Programs


All Publications


  • Every Moment Counts: Dense Detailed Labeling of Actions in Complex Videos INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER VISION Yeung, S., Russakovsky, O., Jin, N., Andriluka, M., Mori, G., Li Fei-Fei 2018; 126 (2-4): 375–89
  • Distinct contributions of functional and deep neural network features to representational similarity of scenes in human brain and behavior ELIFE Groen, I. A., Greene, M. R., Baldassano, C., Li Fei-Fei, Beck, D. M., Baker, C. I. 2018; 7

    Abstract

    Inherent correlations between visual and semantic features in real-world scenes make it difficult to determine how different scene properties contribute to neural representations. Here, we assessed the contributions of multiple properties to scene representation by partitioning the variance explained in human behavioral and brain measurements by three feature models whose inter-correlations were minimized a priori through stimulus preselection. Behavioral assessments of scene similarity reflected unique contributions from a functional feature model indicating potential actions in scenes as well as high-level visual features from a deep neural network (DNN). In contrast, similarity of cortical responses in scene-selective areas was uniquely explained by mid- and high-level DNN features only, while an object label model did not contribute uniquely to either domain. The striking dissociation between functional and DNN features in their contribution to behavioral and brain representations of scenes indicates that scene-selective cortex represents only a subset of behaviorally relevant scene information.

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  • Flexible Neural Representation for Physics Prediction Mrowca, D., Zhuang, C., Wang, E., Haber, N., Li Fei-Fei, Tenenbaum, J. B., Yamins, D. K., Bengio, S., Wallach, H., Larochelle, H., Grauman, K., CesaBianchi, N., Garnett, R. NEURAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS (NIPS). 2018
  • Social GAN: Socially Acceptable Trajectories with Generative Adversarial Networks Gupta, A., Johnson, J., Li Fei-Fei, Savarese, S., Alahi, A., IEEE IEEE. 2018: 2255–64
  • Referring Relationships Krishna, R., Chami, I., Bernstein, M., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2018: 6867–76
  • Finding "It": Weakly-Supervised Reference-Aware Visual Grounding in Instructional Videos Huang, D., Buch, S., Dery, L., Garg, A., Li Fei-Fei, Niebles, J., IEEE IEEE. 2018: 5948–57
  • What Makes a Video a Video: Analyzing Temporal Information in Video Understanding Models and Datasets Huang, D., Ramanathan, V., Mahajan, D., Torresani, L., Paluri, M., Li Fei-Fei, Niebles, J., IEEE IEEE. 2018: 7366–75
  • Neural Task Programming: Learning to Generalize Across Hierarchical Tasks Xu, D., Nair, S., Zhu, Y., Gao, J., Garg, A., Li Fei-Fei, Savarese, S., IEEE IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2018: 3795–3802
  • Tool Detection and Operative Skill Assessment in Surgical Videos Using Region-Based Convolutional Neural Networks Jin, A., Yeung, S., Jopling, J., Krause, J., Azagury, D., Milstein, A., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2018: 691–99
  • Scaling Human-Object Interaction Recognition through Zero-Shot Learning Shen, L., Yeung, S., Hoffman, J., Mori, G., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2018: 1568–76
  • Bedside Computer Vision - Moving Artificial Intelligence from Driver Assistance to Patient Safety. The New England journal of medicine Yeung, S., Downing, N. L., Fei-Fei, L., Milstein, A. 2018; 378 (14): 1271–73

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  • Image Generation from Scene Graphs Johnson, J., Gupta, A., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2018: 1219–28
  • Learning to Play With Intrinsically-Motivated, Self-Aware Agents Haber, N., Mrowca, D., Wang, S., Li Fei-Fei, Yamins, D. K., Bengio, S., Wallach, H., Larochelle, H., Grauman, K., CesaBianchi, N., Garnett, R. NEURAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS (NIPS). 2018
  • Using deep learning and Google Street View to estimate the demographic makeup of neighborhoods across the United States PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Gebru, T., Krause, J., Wang, Y., Chen, D., Deng, J., Aiden, E., Li Fei-Fei 2017; 114 (50): 13108–13

    Abstract

    The United States spends more than $250 million each year on the American Community Survey (ACS), a labor-intensive door-to-door study that measures statistics relating to race, gender, education, occupation, unemployment, and other demographic factors. Although a comprehensive source of data, the lag between demographic changes and their appearance in the ACS can exceed several years. As digital imagery becomes ubiquitous and machine vision techniques improve, automated data analysis may become an increasingly practical supplement to the ACS. Here, we present a method that estimates socioeconomic characteristics of regions spanning 200 US cities by using 50 million images of street scenes gathered with Google Street View cars. Using deep learning-based computer vision techniques, we determined the make, model, and year of all motor vehicles encountered in particular neighborhoods. Data from this census of motor vehicles, which enumerated 22 million automobiles in total (8% of all automobiles in the United States), were used to accurately estimate income, race, education, and voting patterns at the zip code and precinct level. (The average US precinct contains ∼1,000 people.) The resulting associations are surprisingly simple and powerful. For instance, if the number of sedans encountered during a drive through a city is higher than the number of pickup trucks, the city is likely to vote for a Democrat during the next presidential election (88% chance); otherwise, it is likely to vote Republican (82%). Our results suggest that automated systems for monitoring demographics may effectively complement labor-intensive approaches, with the potential to measure demographics with fine spatial resolution, in close to real time.

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  • Evidence for similar patterns of neural activity elicited by picture- and word-based representations of natural scenes NEUROIMAGE Kumar, M., Federmeier, K. D., Li Fei-Fei, Beck, D. M. 2017; 155: 422–36

    Abstract

    A long-standing core question in cognitive science is whether different modalities and representation types (pictures, words, sounds, etc.) access a common store of semantic information. Although different input types have been shown to activate a shared network of brain regions, this does not necessitate that there is a common representation, as the neurons in these regions could still differentially process the different modalities. However, multi-voxel pattern analysis can be used to assess whether, e.g., pictures and words evoke a similar pattern of activity, such that the patterns that separate categories in one modality transfer to the other. Prior work using this method has found support for a common code, but has two limitations: they have either only examined disparate categories (e.g. animals vs. tools) that are known to activate different brain regions, raising the possibility that the pattern separation and inferred similarity reflects only large scale differences between the categories or they have been limited to individual object representations. By using natural scene categories, we not only extend the current literature on cross-modal representations beyond objects, but also, because natural scene categories activate a common set of brain regions, we identify a more fine-grained (i.e. higher spatial resolution) common representation. Specifically, we studied picture- and word-based representations of natural scene stimuli from four different categories: beaches, cities, highways, and mountains. Participants passively viewed blocks of either phrases (e.g. "sandy beach") describing scenes or photographs from those same scene categories. To determine whether the phrases and pictures evoke a common code, we asked whether a classifier trained on one stimulus type (e.g. phrase stimuli) would transfer (i.e. cross-decode) to the other stimulus type (e.g. picture stimuli). The analysis revealed cross-decoding in the occipitotemporal, posterior parietal and frontal cortices. This similarity of neural activity patterns across the two input types, for categories that co-activate local brain regions, provides strong evidence of a common semantic code for pictures and words in the brain.

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  • Characterizing and Improving Stability in Neural Style Transfer Gupta, A., Johnson, J., Alahi, A., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 4087–96
  • Human-Object Interactions Are More than the Sum of Their Parts. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) Baldassano, C., Beck, D. M., Fei-Fei, L. 2017; 27 (3): 2276–88

    Abstract

    Understanding human-object interactions is critical for extracting meaning from everyday visual scenes and requires integrating complex relationships between human pose and object identity into a new percept. To understand how the brain builds these representations, we conducted 2 fMRI experiments in which subjects viewed humans interacting with objects, noninteracting human-object pairs, and isolated humans and objects. A number of visual regions process features of human-object interactions, including object identity information in the lateral occipital complex (LOC) and parahippocampal place area (PPA), and human pose information in the extrastriate body area (EBA) and posterior superior temporal sulcus (pSTS). Representations of human-object interactions in some regions, such as the posterior PPA (retinotopic maps PHC1 and PHC2) are well predicted by a simple linear combination of the response to object and pose information. Other regions, however, especially pSTS, exhibit representations for human-object interaction categories that are not predicted by their individual components, indicating that they encode human-object interactions as more than the sum of their parts. These results reveal the distributed networks underlying the emergent representation of human-object interactions necessary for social perception.

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  • Categorization influences detection: A perceptual advantage for representative exemplars of natural scene categories. Journal of vision Caddigan, E., Choo, H., Fei-fei, L., Beck, D. M. 2017; 17 (1): 21-?

    Abstract

    Traditional models of recognition and categorization proceed from registering low-level features, perceptually organizing that input, and linking it with stored representations. Recent evidence, however, suggests that this serial model may not be accurate, with object and category knowledge affecting rather than following early visual processing. Here, we show that the degree to which an image exemplifies its category influences how easily it is detected. Participants performed a two-alternative forced-choice task in which they indicated whether a briefly presented image was an intact or phase-scrambled scene photograph. Critically, the category of the scene is irrelevant to the detection task. We nonetheless found that participants "see" good images better, more accurately discriminating them from phase-scrambled images than bad scenes, and this advantage is apparent regardless of whether participants are asked to consider category during the experiment or not. We then demonstrate that good exemplars are more similar to same-category images than bad exemplars, influencing behavior in two ways: First, prototypical images are easier to detect, and second, intact good scenes are more likely than bad to have been primed by a previous trial.

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  • Jointly Learning Energy Expenditures and Activities using Egocentric Multimodal Signals Nakamura, K., Yeung, S., Alahi, A., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 6817–26
  • Scene Graph Generation by Iterative Message Passing Xu, D., Zhu, Y., Choy, C. B., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 3097–3106
  • Unsupervised Learning of Long-Term Motion Dynamics for Videos Luo, Z., Peng, B., Huang, D., Alahi, A., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 7101–10
  • Unsupervised Visual-Linguistic Reference Resolution in Instructional Videos Huang, D., Lim, J. J., Fei-Fei, L., Niebles, J., IEEE IEEE. 2017: 1032–41
  • A Hierarchical Approach for Generating Descriptive Image Paragraphs Krause, J., Johnson, J., Krishna, R., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 3337–45
  • Knowledge Acquisition for Visual Question Answering via Iterative Querying Zhu, Y., Lim, J. J., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 6146–55
  • Adversarially Robust Policy Learning: Active Construction of Physically-Plausible Perturbations Mandlekar, A., Zhu, Y., Garg, A., Li Fei-Fei, Savarese, S., Bicchi, A., Okamura, A. IEEE. 2017: 3932–39
  • Scalable Annotation of Fine-Grained Categories Without Experts Gebru, T., Krause, J., Deng, J., Li Fei-Fei, ACM ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY. 2017: 1877–81
  • Learning to Learn from Noisy Web Videos Yeung, S., Ramanathan, V., Russakovsky, O., Shen, L., Mori, G., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 7455–63
  • Dense-Captioning Events in Videos Krishna, R., Hata, K., Ren, F., Fei-Fei, L., Niebles, J., IEEE IEEE. 2017: 706–15
  • Fine-grained Recognition in the Wild: A Multi-Task Domain Adaptation Approach Gebru, T., Hoffman, J., Li Fei-Fei, IEEE IEEE. 2017: 1358–67
  • Visual Semantic Planning using Deep Successor Representations Zhu, Y., Gordon, D., Kolve, E., Fox, D., Li Fei-Fei, Gupta, A., Mottaghi, R., Farhadi, A., IEEE IEEE. 2017: 483–92
  • Two Distinct Scene-Processing Networks Connecting Vision and Memory. eNeuro Baldassano, C., Esteva, A., Fei-fei, L., Beck, D. M. 2016; 3 (5)

    Abstract

    A number of regions in the human brain are known to be involved in processing natural scenes, but the field has lacked a unifying framework for understanding how these different regions are organized and interact. We provide evidence from functional connectivity and meta-analyses for a new organizational principle, in which scene processing relies upon two distinct networks that split the classically defined parahippocampal place area (PPA). The first network of strongly connected regions consists of the occipital place area/transverse occipital sulcus and posterior PPA, which contain retinotopic maps and are not strongly coupled to the hippocampus at rest. The second network consists of the caudal inferior parietal lobule, retrosplenial complex, and anterior PPA, which connect to the hippocampus (especially anterior hippocampus), and are implicated in both visual and nonvisual tasks, including episodic memory and navigation. We propose that these two distinct networks capture the primary functional division among scene-processing regions, between those that process visual features from the current view of a scene and those that connect information from a current scene view with a much broader temporal and spatial context. This new framework for understanding the neural substrates of scene-processing bridges results from many lines of research, and makes specific functional predictions.

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  • Typicality sharpens category representations in object-selective cortex NEUROIMAGE Iordan, M. C., Greene, M. R., Beck, D. M., Fei-Fei, L. 2016; 134: 170-179

    Abstract

    The purpose of categorization is to identify generalizable classes of objects whose members can be treated equivalently. Within a category, however, some exemplars are more representative of that concept than others. Despite long-standing behavioral effects, little is known about how typicality influences the neural representation of real-world objects from the same category. Using fMRI, we showed participants 64 subordinate object categories (exemplars) grouped into 8 basic categories. Typicality for each exemplar was assessed behaviorally and we used several multi-voxel pattern analyses to characterize how typicality affects the pattern of responses elicited in early visual and object-selective areas: V1, V2, V3v, hV4, LOC. We found that in LOC, but not in early areas, typical exemplars elicited activity more similar to the central category tendency and created sharper category boundaries than less typical exemplars, suggesting that typicality enhances within-category similarity and between-category dissimilarity. Additionally, we uncovered a brain region (cIPL) where category boundaries favor less typical categories. Our results suggest that typicality may constitute a previously unexplored principle of organization for intra-category neural structure and, furthermore, that this representation is not directly reflected in image features describing natural input, but rather built by the visual system at an intermediate processing stage.

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  • Visual scenes are categorized by function. Journal of experimental psychology. General Greene, M. R., Baldassano, C., Esteva, A., Beck, D. M., Fei-Fei, L. 2016; 145 (1): 82–94

    Abstract

    How do we know that a kitchen is a kitchen by looking? Traditional models posit that scene categorization is achieved through recognizing necessary and sufficient features and objects, yet there is little consensus about what these may be. However, scene categories should reflect how we use visual information. Therefore, we test the hypothesis that scene categories reflect functions, or the possibilities for actions within a scene. Our approach is to compare human categorization patterns with predictions made by both functions and alternative models. We collected a large-scale scene category distance matrix (5 million trials) by asking observers to simply decide whether 2 images were from the same or different categories. Using the actions from the American Time Use Survey, we mapped actions onto each scene (1.4 million trials). We found a strong relationship between ranked category distance and functional distance (r = .50, or 66% of the maximum possible correlation). The function model outperformed alternative models of object-based distance (r = .33), visual features from a convolutional neural network (r = .39), lexical distance (r = .27), and models of visual features. Using hierarchical linear regression, we found that functions captured 85.5% of overall explained variance, with nearly half of the explained variance captured only by functions, implying that the predictive power of alternative models was because of their shared variance with the function-based model. These results challenge the dominant school of thought that visual features and objects are sufficient for scene categorization, suggesting instead that a scene's category may be determined by the scene's function.

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  • What you see is what you expect: rapid scene understanding benefits from prior experience ATTENTION PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS Greene, M. R., Botros, A. P., Beck, D. M., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. 2015; 77 (4): 1239-1251

    Abstract

    Although we are able to rapidly understand novel scene images, little is known about the mechanisms that support this ability. Theories of optimal coding assert that prior visual experience can be used to ease the computational burden of visual processing. A consequence of this idea is that more probable visual inputs should be facilitated relative to more unlikely stimuli. In three experiments, we compared the perceptions of highly improbable real-world scenes (e.g., an underwater press conference) with common images matched for visual and semantic features. Although the two groups of images could not be distinguished by their low-level visual features, we found profound deficits related to the improbable images: Observers wrote poorer descriptions of these images (Exp. 1), had difficulties classifying the images as unusual (Exp. 2), and even had lower sensitivity to detect these images in noise than to detect their more probable counterparts (Exp. 3). Taken together, these results place a limit on our abilities for rapid scene perception and suggest that perception is facilitated by prior visual experience.

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  • Parcellating connectivity in spatial maps. PeerJ Baldassano, C., Beck, D. M., Fei-fei, L. 2015; 3

    Abstract

    A common goal in biological sciences is to model a complex web of connections using a small number of interacting units. We present a general approach for dividing up elements in a spatial map based on their connectivity properties, allowing for the discovery of local regions underlying large-scale connectivity matrices. Our method is specifically designed to respect spatial layout and identify locally-connected clusters, corresponding to plausible coherent units such as strings of adjacent DNA base pairs, subregions of the brain, animal communities, or geographic ecosystems. Instead of using approximate greedy clustering, our nonparametric Bayesian model infers a precise parcellation using collapsed Gibbs sampling. We utilize an infinite clustering prior that intrinsically incorporates spatial constraints, allowing the model to search directly in the space of spatially-coherent parcellations. After showing results on synthetic datasets, we apply our method to both functional and structural connectivity data from the human brain. We find that our parcellation is substantially more effective than previous approaches at summarizing the brain's connectivity structure using a small number of clusters, produces better generalization to individual subject data, and reveals functional parcels related to known retinotopic maps in visual cortex. Additionally, we demonstrate the generality of our method by applying the same model to human migration data within the United States. This analysis reveals that migration behavior is generally influenced by state borders, but also identifies regional communities which cut across state lines. Our parcellation approach has a wide range of potential applications in understanding the spatial structure of complex biological networks.

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  • Visual categorization is automatic and obligatory: evidence from Stroop-like paradigm. Journal of vision Greene, M. R., Fei-fei, L. 2014; 14 (1)

    Abstract

    Human observers categorize visual stimuli with remarkable efficiency--a result that has led to the suggestion that object and scene categorization may be automatic processes. We tested this hypothesis by presenting observers with a modified Stroop paradigm in which object or scene words were presented over images of objects or scenes. Terms were either congruent or incongruent with the images. Observers classified the words as being object or scene terms while ignoring images. Classifying a word on an incongruent image came at a cost for both objects and scenes. Furthermore, automatic processing was observed for entry-level scene categories, but not superordinate-level categories, suggesting that not all rapid categorizations are automatic. Taken together, we have demonstrated that entry-level visual categorization is an automatic and obligatory process.

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  • Differential connectivity within the Parahippocampal Place Area NEUROIMAGE Baldassano, C., Beck, D. M., Fei-fei, L. 2013; 75: 228-237

    Abstract

    The Parahippocampal Place Area (PPA) has traditionally been considered a homogeneous region of interest, but recent evidence from both human studies and animal models has suggested that PPA may be composed of functionally distinct subunits. To investigate this hypothesis, we utilize a functional connectivity measure for fMRI that can estimate connectivity differences at the voxel level. Applying this method to whole-brain data from two experiments, we provide the first direct evidence that anterior and posterior PPA exhibit distinct connectivity patterns, with anterior PPA more strongly connected to regions in the default mode network (including the parieto-medial temporal pathway) and posterior PPA more strongly connected to occipital visual regions. We show that object sensitivity in PPA also has an anterior-posterior gradient, with stronger responses to abstract objects in posterior PPA. These findings cast doubt on the traditional view of PPA as a single coherent region, and suggest that PPA is composed of one subregion specialized for the processing of low-level visual features and object shape, and a separate subregion more involved in memory and scene context.

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  • Biodistribution, pharmacokinetics and toxicology of Ag2S near-infrared quantum dots in mice BIOMATERIALS Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y., Hong, G., He, W., Zhou, K., Yang, K., Li, F., Chen, G., Liu, Z., Dai, H., Wang, Q. 2013; 34 (14): 3639-3646

    Abstract

    Ag2S quantum dots (QDs) have been demonstrated as a promising near-infrared II (NIR-II, 1.0-1.4 μm) emitting nanoprobe for in vivo imaging and detection. In this work, we carefully study the long-term in vivo biodistribution of Ag2S QDs functionalized with polyethylene glycol (PEG) and systematically examine the potential toxicity of Ag2S QDs over time. Our results show that PEGylated-Ag2S QDs are mainly accumulated in the reticuloendothelial system (RES) including liver and spleen after intravenous administration and can be gradually cleared, mostly by fecal excretion. PEGylated-Ag2S QDs do not cause appreciable toxicity at our tested doses (15 and 30 mg/kg) to the treated mice over a period of 2 months as evidenced by blood biochemistry, hematological analysis and histological examinations. Our work lays a solid foundation for further biomedical applications of Ag2S QDs as an important in vivo imaging agent in the NIR-II region.

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  • Comprehensive next-generation sequence analyses of the entire mitochondrial genome reveal new insights into the molecular diagnosis of mitochondrial DNA disorders GENETICS IN MEDICINE Cui, H., Li, F., Chen, D., Wang, G., Truong, C. K., Enns, G. M., Graham, B., Milone, M., Landsverk, M. L., Wang, J., Zhang, W., Wong, L. C. 2013; 15 (5): 388-394

    Abstract

    Purpose:The application of massively parallel sequencing technology to the analysis of the mitochondrial genome has demonstrated great improvement in the molecular diagnosis of mitochondrial DNA-related disorders. The objective of this study was to investigate the performance characteristics and to gain new insights into the analysis of the mitochondrial genome.Methods:The entire mitochondrial genome was analyzed as a single amplicon using a long-range PCR-based enrichment approach coupled with massively parallel sequencing. The interference of the nuclear mitochondrial DNA homologs was distinguished from the actual mitochondrial DNA sequences by comparison with the results obtained from conventional PCR-based Sanger sequencing using multiple pairs of primers.Results:Our results demonstrated the uniform coverage of the entire mitochondrial genome. Massively parallel sequencing of the single amplicon revealed the presence of single-nucleotide polymorphisms and nuclear homologs of mtDNA sequences that cause the erroneous and inaccurate variant calls when PCR/Sanger sequencing approach was used. This single amplicon massively parallel sequencing strategy provides an accurate quantification of mutation heteroplasmy as well as the detection and mapping of mitochondrial DNA deletions.Conclusion:The ability to quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate every single base of the entire mitochondrial genome is indispensible to the accurate molecular diagnosis and genetic counseling of mitochondrial DNA-related disorders. This new approach may be considered as first-line testing for comprehensive analysis of the mitochondrial genome.Genet Med 2013:15(5):388-394.

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  • DIFFERENTIAL CONNECTIVITY WITHIN THE PARAHIPPOCAMPAL PLACE AREA 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive-Neuroscience-Society Baldassano, C., Beck, D. M., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. MIT PRESS. 2013: 146–146
  • Object Discovery in 3D Scenes via Shape Analysis Karpathy, A., Miller, S., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Combining the Right Features for Complex Event Recognition Tang, K., Yao, B., Fei-Fei, L., Koller, D. 2013
  • Discriminative Segment Annotation in Weakly Labeled Video Tang, K., Sukthankar, R., Yagnik, J., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Detecting avocados to zucchinis: what have we done, and where are we going? Russakovsky, O., Deng, J., Huang, Z., Berg, Alexander, C., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Video Event Understanding using Natural Language Descriptions Ramananthan, V., Liang, P., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Social Role Discovery in Human Events Ramanathan, V., Yao, B., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Object Bank: An Object-Level Image Representation for High-Level Visual Recognition Li, L., J., Su, H., Lim, Y., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Good Exemplars of Natural Scene Categories Elicit Clearer Patterns than Bad Exemplars but not Greater BOLD Activity PLoS ONE. Torralbo, A., Walther, D., B., Chai, B., Caddigan, E., Fei-Fei, L., Beck, D., M. 2013
  • Fine-Grained Crowdsourcing for Fine-Grained Recognition Deng, J., Krause, J., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • NATURAL STIMULI ACQUIRE BASIC-LEVEL ADVANTAGE IN OBJECT-SELECTIVE CORTEX 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive-Neuroscience-Society Iordan, M. C., Greene, M. R., Beck, D. M., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. MIT PRESS. 2013: 205–206
  • INTERNAL REPRESENTATIONS OF REAL-WORLD SCENE CATEGORIES 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive-Neuroscience-Society Greene, M., Botros, A., Beck, D., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. MIT PRESS. 2013: 205–205
  • Discovering Object Functionality Yao, B., Ma, J., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Differential Connectivity Within the Parahippocampal Place Area NeuroImage Baldassano, C., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. 2013
  • Voxel-level functional connectivity using spatial regularization NEUROIMAGE Baldassano, C., Iordan, M. C., Beck, D. M., Fei-fei, L. 2012; 63 (3): 1099-1106

    Abstract

    Discovering functional connectivity between and within brain regions is a key concern in neuroscience. Due to the noise inherent in fMRI data, it is challenging to characterize the properties of individual voxels, and current methods are unable to flexibly analyze voxel-level connectivity differences. We propose a new functional connectivity method which incorporates a spatial smoothness constraint using regularized optimization, enabling the discovery of voxel-level interactions between brain regions from the small datasets characteristic of fMRI experiments. We validate our method in two separate experiments, demonstrating that we can learn coherent connectivity maps that are consistent with known results. First, we examine the functional connectivity between early visual areas V1 and VP, confirming that this connectivity structure preserves retinotopic mapping. Then, we show that two category-selective regions in ventral cortex - the Parahippocampal Place Area (PPA) and the Fusiform Face Area (FFA) - exhibit an expected peripheral versus foveal bias in their connectivity with visual area hV4. These results show that our approach is powerful, widely applicable, and capable of uncovering complex connectivity patterns with only a small amount of input data.

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  • Impact of restricted marital practices on genetic variation in an endogamous Gujarati group AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Pemberton, T. J., Li, F., Hanson, E. K., Mehta, N. U., Choi, S., Ballantyne, J., Belmont, J. W., Rosenberg, N. A., Tyler-Smith, C., Patel, P. I. 2012; 149 (1): 92-103

    Abstract

    Recent studies have examined the influence on patterns of human genetic variation of a variety of cultural practices. In India, centuries-old marriage customs have introduced extensive social structuring into the contemporary population, potentially with significant consequences for genetic variation. Social stratification in India is evident as social classes that are defined by endogamous groups known as castes. Within a caste, there exist endogamous groups known as gols (marriage circles), each of which comprises a small number of exogamous gotra (lineages). Thus, while consanguinity is strictly avoided and some randomness in mate selection occurs within the gol, gene flow is limited with groups outside the gol. Gujarati Patels practice this form of "exogamic endogamy." We have analyzed genetic variation in one such group of Gujarati Patels, the Chha Gaam Patels (CGP), who comprise individuals from six villages. Population structure analysis of 1,200 autosomal loci offers support for the existence of distinctive multilocus genotypes in the CGP with respect to both non-Gujaratis and other Gujaratis, and indicates that CGP individuals are genetically very similar. Analysis of Y-chromosomal and mitochondrial haplotypes provides support for both patrilocal and patrilineal practices within the gol, and a low-level of female gene flow into the gol. Our study illustrates how the practice of gol endogamy has introduced fine-scale genetic structure into the population of India, and contributes more generally to an understanding of the way in which marriage practices affect patterns of genetic variation.

    View details for DOI 10.1002/ajpa.22101

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  • Recognizing Human-Object Interactions in Still Images by Modeling the Mutual Context of Objects and Human Poses IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ANALYSIS AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE Yao, B., Fei-Fei, L. 2012; 34 (9): 1691-1703

    Abstract

    Detecting objects in cluttered scenes and estimating articulated human body parts from 2D images are two challenging problems in computer vision. The difficulty is particularly pronounced in activities involving human-object interactions (e.g., playing tennis), where the relevant objects tend to be small or only partially visible and the human body parts are often self-occluded. We observe, however, that objects and human poses can serve as mutual context to each other-recognizing one facilitates the recognition of the other. In this paper, we propose a mutual context model to jointly model objects and human poses in human-object interaction activities. In our approach, object detection provides a strong prior for better human pose estimation, while human pose estimation improves the accuracy of detecting the objects that interact with the human. On a six-class sports data set and a 24-class people interacting with musical instruments data set, we show that our mutual context model outperforms state of the art in detecting very difficult objects and estimating human poses, as well as classifying human-object interaction activities.

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  • Ag2S Quantum Dot: A Bright and Biocompatible Fluorescent Nanoprobe in the Second Near-Infrared Window ACS NANO Zhang, Y., Hong, G., Zhang, Y., Chen, G., Li, F., Dai, H., Wang, Q. 2012; 6 (5): 3695-3702

    Abstract

    Ag(2)S quantum dots (QDs) emitting in the second near-infrared region (NIR-II, 1.0-1.4 μm) are demonstrated as a promising fluorescent probe with both bright photoluminescence and high biocompatibility for the first time. Highly selective in vitro targeting and imaging of different cell lines are achieved using biocompatible NIR-II Ag(2)S QDs with different targeting ligands. The cytotoxicity study illustrates the Ag(2)S QDs with negligible effects in altering cell proliferation, triggering apoptosis and necrosis, generating reactive oxygen species, and causing DNA damage. Our results have opened up the possibilities of using these biocompatible Ag(2)S QDs for in vivo anatomical imaging and early stage tumor diagnosis with deep tissue penetration, high sensitivity, and elevated spatial and temporal resolution owing to their high emission efficiency in the unique NIR-II imaging window.

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    Abstract

    In 2008 we published the first set of guidelines for standardizing research in autophagy. Since then, research on this topic has continued to accelerate, and many new scientists have entered the field. Our knowledge base and relevant new technologies have also been expanding. Accordingly, it is important to update these guidelines for monitoring autophagy in different organisms. Various reviews have described the range of assays that have been used for this purpose. Nevertheless, there continues to be confusion regarding acceptable methods to measure autophagy, especially in multicellular eukaryotes. A key point that needs to be emphasized is that there is a difference between measurements that monitor the numbers or volume of autophagic elements (e.g., autophagosomes or autolysosomes) at any stage of the autophagic process vs. those that measure flux through the autophagy pathway (i.e., the complete process); thus, a block in macroautophagy that results in autophagosome accumulation needs to be differentiated from stimuli that result in increased autophagic activity, defined as increased autophagy induction coupled with increased delivery to, and degradation within, lysosomes (in most higher eukaryotes and some protists such as Dictyostelium) or the vacuole (in plants and fungi). In other words, it is especially important that investigators new to the field understand that the appearance of more autophagosomes does not necessarily equate with more autophagy. In fact, in many cases, autophagosomes accumulate because of a block in trafficking to lysosomes without a concomitant change in autophagosome biogenesis, whereas an increase in autolysosomes may reflect a reduction in degradative activity. Here, we present a set of guidelines for the selection and interpretation of methods for use by investigators who aim to examine macroautophagy and related processes, as well as for reviewers who need to provide realistic and reasonable critiques of papers that are focused on these processes. These guidelines are not meant to be a formulaic set of rules, because the appropriate assays depend in part on the question being asked and the system being used. In addition, we emphasize that no individual assay is guaranteed to be the most appropriate one in every situation, and we strongly recommend the use of multiple assays to monitor autophagy. In these guidelines, we consider these various methods of assessing autophagy and what information can, or cannot, be obtained from them. Finally, by discussing the merits and limits of particular autophagy assays, we hope to encourage technical innovation in the field.

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  • The Integrative Effects of Cognitive Reappraisal on Negative Affect: Associated Changes in Secretory Immunoglobulin A, Unpleasantness and ERP Activity PLOS ONE Zhang, W., Li, F., Qin, S., Luo, J. 2012; 7 (2)

    Abstract

    Although the regulatory role of cognitive reappraisal in negative emotional responses is widely recognized, this reappraisal's effect on acute saliva secretory immunoglobulin A (SIgA), as well as the relationships among affective, immunological, and event-related potential (ERP) changes, remains unclear. In this study, we selected only people with low positive coping scores (PCSs) as measured by the Trait Coping Style Questionnaire to avoid confounding by intrinsic coping styles. First, we found that the acute stress of viewing unpleasant pictures consistently decreased SIgA concentration and secretion rate, increased perceptions of unpleasantness and amplitude of late positive potentials (LPPs) between 200-300 ms and 400-1000 ms. After participants used cognitive reappraisal, their SIgA concentration and secretion rate significantly increased and their unpleasantness and LPP amplitudes significantly decreased compared with a control condition. Second, we found a significantly positive correlation between the increases in SIgA and the decreases in unpleasantness and a significantly negative correlation between the increases in SIgA and the increases in LPP across the two groups. This study is the first to demonstrate that cognitive reappraisal reverses the decrease of SIgA. In addition, it revealed strong correlations among affective, SIgA and electrophysiological changes with convergent multilevel evidence.

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  • Hedging Your Bets: Optimizing Accuracy-Specificity Trade-offs in Large Scale Visual Recognition IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Jia Deng, D., Krause, J., Berg, A. C., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE. 2012: 3450–3457
  • Web Image Prediction Using Multivariate Point Processes Kim, G., Fei-Fei, L., Xingi, E. 2012
  • Shifting Weights: Adapting Object Detectors from Image to Video Tang, K., Ramanathan, V., Fei-Fei, L., Koller, D. 2012
  • Voxel-Level Functional Connectivity using Spatial Regularization NeuroImage Baldassano, C., Iordan, M., C., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Crowdsourcing Annotations for Visual Object Detection Su, H., Deng, J., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Action Recognition with Exemplar Based 2.5D Graph Matching Yao, B., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Efficient Euclidean Projections onto the Intersection of Norm Balls Su, H., Yu, A., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Recognizing Human Actions in Still Images by Modeling the Mutual Context of Objects and Human Poses Yao, B., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Learning Latent Temporal Structure for Complex Event Detection IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Tang, K., Li Fei-Fei, F. F., Koller, D. IEEE. 2012: 1250–1257
  • Automatic basic-level object and scene categorization Greene, M. R., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. PSYCHOLOGY PRESS. 2012: 1028–31
  • A Codebook-Free and Annotation-Free Approach for Fine-Grained Image Categorization IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Yao, B., Bradski, G., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE. 2012: 3466–3473
  • Object-centric spatial pooling for image classification Russakovsky, O., Lin, Y., Yu, K., Fei-Fei, L. 2012
  • Extended Graphical Model for Analysis of Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE Chen, H., Li, F., Zhao, X., Yuan, C., Rutt, B., Kerwin, W. S. 2011; 66 (3): 868-878

    Abstract

    Kinetic analysis with mathematical models has become increasingly important to quantify physiological parameters in computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), and dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI). The modified Kety/Tofts model and the graphical (Patlak) model have been widely applied to DCE-MRI results in disease processes such as cancer, inflammation, and ischemia. In this article, an intermediate model between the modified Kety/Tofts and Patlak models is derived from a mathematical expansion of the modified Kety/Tofts model. Simulations and an in vivo experiment involving DCE-MRI of carotid atherosclerosis were used to compare the new extended graphical model with the modified Kety/Tofts model and the Patlak model. In our simulated circumstances and the carotid artery application, we found that the extended graphical model exhibited lower noise sensitivity and provided more accurate estimates of the volume transfer constant (K(trans)) and fractional plasma volume (v(p)) than the modified Kety/Tofts model for DCE-MRI acquisitions of total duration less than 100-300 s, depending on kinetic parameters. In comparison with the Patlak model, we found that the extended graphical model exhibited 74.4-99.8% less bias in estimates of K(trans). Thus, the extended graphical model may allow kinetic modeling of DCE-MRI results with shortened data acquisition periods, without sacrificing accuracy in estimates of K(trans) and v(p).

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  • Online Detection of Unusual Events in Videos via Dynamic Sparse Coding Zhao, B., Fei-Fei, L., Xing, E., P. 2011
  • Classifying Actions and Measuring Action Similarity by Modeling the Mutual Context of Objects and Human Poses Yao, B., Khosla, A., Fei-Fei, L. 2011
  • Distributed cosegmentation vis submodular optimization on anisotropic diffusion Kim, G., Xing, E., P., Fei-Fei, L., Kanade, T. 2011
  • Large-Scale Category Structure Aware Image Categorization Zhao, B., Fei-Fei, L., Xing, E. 2011
  • Hierarchical Semantic Indexing for Large Scale Image Retrieval Deng, J., Berg, A., Fei-Fei, L. 2011
  • Simple line drawings suffice for functional MRI decoding of natural scene categories Walther, D., B., Chai, B., Caddigan, E., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. 2011
  • ReV ReVision: Automated Classification, Analysis and Redesign of Chart Imagesision: Automated Classification, Analysis and Redesign of Chart Images Savva, M., Kong, N., Chhajta, A., Fei-Fei, L., Agrawala, M., Heer, J. 2011
  • Fast and Balanced: Efficient Label Tree Learning for Large Scale Object Recognition Deng, J., Satheesh, S., Berg, A., C., Fei-Fei, L. 2011
  • Human Action Recognition by Learning Bases of Action Attributes and Parts IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) Yao, B., Jiang, X., Khosla, A., Lin, A. L., Guibas, L., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE. 2011: 1331–1338
  • Combining Randomization and Discrimination for Fine-Grained Image Categorization IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Yao, B., Khosla, A., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE. 2011: 1577–1584
  • MicroRNA-210 as a Novel Therapy for Treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease 82nd National Conference and Exhibitions and Scientific Sessions of the American-Heart-Association Hu, S., Huang, M., Li, Z., Jia, F., Ghosh, Z., Lijkwan, M. A., Fasanaro, P., Sun, N., Wang, X., Li, F. M., Robbins, R. C., Wu, J. C. LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2010: S124–S131

    Abstract

    MicroRNAs are involved in various critical functions, including the regulation of cellular differentiation, proliferation, angiogenesis, and apoptosis. We hypothesize that microRNA-210 can rescue cardiac function after myocardial infarction by upregulation of angiogenesis and inhibition of cellular apoptosis in the heart.Using microRNA microarrays, we first showed that microRNA-210 was highly expressed in live mouse HL-1 cardiomyocytes compared with apoptotic cells after 48 hours of hypoxia exposure. We confirmed by polymerase chain reaction that microRNA-210 was robustly induced in these cells. Gain-of-function and loss-of-function approaches were used to investigate microRNA-210 therapeutic potential in vitro. After transduction, microRNA-210 can upregulate several angiogenic factors, inhibit caspase activity, and prevent cell apoptosis compared with control. Afterward, adult FVB mice underwent intramyocardial injections with minicircle vector carrying microRNA-210 precursor, minicircle carrying microRNA-scramble, or sham surgery. At 8 weeks, echocardiography showed a significant improvement of left ventricular fractional shortening in the minicircle vector carrying microRNA-210 precursor group compared with the minicircle carrying microRNA-scramble control. Histological analysis confirmed decreased cellular apoptosis and increased neovascularization. Finally, 2 potential targets of microRNA-210, Efna3 and Ptp1b, involved in angiogenesis and apoptosis were confirmed through additional experimental validation.MicroRNA-210 can improve angiogenesis, inhibit apoptosis, and improve cardiac function in a murine model of myocardial infarction. It represents a potential novel therapeutic approach for treatment of ischemic heart disease.

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  • Bayesian Variable Selection in Structured High-Dimensional Covariate Spaces With Applications in Genomics JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION Li, F., Zhang, N. R. 2010; 105 (491): 1202-1214
  • A PKC-beta inhibitor treatment reverses cardiac microvascular barrier dysfunction in diabetic rats MICROVASCULAR RESEARCH Wei, L., Yin, Z., Yuan, Y., Hwang, A., Lee, A., Sun, D., Li, F., Di, C., Zhang, R., Cao, F., Wang, H. 2010; 80 (1): 158-165

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    The PKC-beta inhibitor ruboxistaurin (RBX or LY333531) prevents diabetic renal and retinal microvascular complications. However, the effect of RBX on diabetic cardiac microvascular dysfunction is still unclear. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effects and mechanisms of RBX treatment upon cardiac endothelial barrier dysfunction in high glucose states. We demonstrated RBX treatment suppressed high glucose induced PKC-betaII activation and phosphorylation of beta-catenin in vivo and in vitro experiments. Meanwhile, RBX treatment protected cardiac microvascular barrier function in diabetic animals and monolayer barrier function of cultured cardiac microvascular endothelial cells (CMECs), reproducing the same effect as PKC-betaII siRNA. These results provide new insight into protective properties of PKC-beta inhibitor against cardiac endothelial barrier dysfunction. PKC-beta inhibitor RBX prevented chronic cardiac microvascular barrier dysfunction and improved endothelial cell-cell junctional function in high glucose states.

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  • Objects as Attributes for Scene Classification Li, L., J., Su, H., Lim, Y., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • To err is human: investigating neural function by correlating error patterns with human behavior Walther, D., B., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.. 2010
  • Efficient Extraction of Human Motion Volumes by Tracking Niebles, J., C., Han, B., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Building and Using a Semantivisual Image Hierarchy Li, L., Wang, C., Lim, Y., Blei, D., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Object Bank: A High-Level Image Representation for Scene Classification and Semantic Feature Sparsification Li, L., J., Su, H., Xing, E., P., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Large Margin Learning of Upstream Scene Understanding Models Zhu, J., Li, L., J., Fei-Fei, L., Xing, E., P. 2010
  • Learning object categories from Internet image searches Fergus, R., Fei-Fei, L., Perona, P., Zisserman, A. 2010
  • What does classifying more than 10,000 image categories tell us? Deng, J., Berg, A., Li, K., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Multi-view Object Categorization and Pose Estimation Studies in Computational Intelligence- Computer Vision Savarese, S., Fei-Fei, L. 2010: 1
  • What, Where and Who? Telling the Story of an Image by Activity Classification, Scene Recognition and Object Categorization Studies in Computational Intelligence- Computer Vision Fei-Fei, L., Li, L., J. 2010: 1
  • Connecting Modalities: Semi-supervised Segmentation and Annotation of Images Using Unaligned Text Corpora Socher, R., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Attribute learning in large-scale datasets Russakovsky, O., Fei-Fei, L. 2010
  • Image Segmentation with Topic Random Fields Zhao, B., Fei-Fei, L., Xing, E., P. 2010
  • Modeling Temporal Structure of Decomposable Motion Segments for Activity Classification 11th European Conference on Computer Vision Niebles, J. C., Chen, C., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN. 2010: 392–405
  • Grouplet: A Structured Image Representation for Recognizing Human and Object Interactions 23rd IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Yao, B., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2010: 9–16
  • Modeling Mutual Context of Object and Human Pose in Human-Object Interaction Activities 23rd IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Yao, B., Li Fei-Fei, F. F. IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2010: 17–24
  • Neural mechanisms of rapid natural scene categorization in human visual cortex Nature Peelen, Marius, V., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Simultaneous Image Classification and Annotation Wang, C., Blei, D., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Exploring Functional Connectivity of the Human Brain using Multivariate Information Analysis Chai, B., Walther†, D., B., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Learning a dense multi-view representation for detection, viewpoint classification and synthesis of object categories Su, H., Sun, M., Fei-Fei, L., Savarese, S. 2009
  • A Multi-View Probabilistic Model for 3D Object Classes Sun, M., Su, H., Savarese, S., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • ImageNet: A Large-Scale Hierarchical Image Database Deng, J., Dong, W., Socher, R., Li, L., J., Li, K., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Towards Total Scene Understanding:Classification, Annotation and Segmentation in an Automatic Framework Li, L., J., Socher, R., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • OPTIMOL: automatic Online Picture collecTion via Incremental MOdel Learning Li, L., J., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Hierarchical Mixture of Classification Experts Uncovers Interactions between Brain Regions Yao, B., Walther, D., B., Beck, D., M., Fei-Fei, L. 2009
  • Natural scene categories revealed in distributed patterns of activity in the human brain Journal of Neuroscience Walther, D., B., Caddigan, E., Fei-Fei, L., Beck, D., M. 2009
  • Therapeutic strategies for Parkinson's disease: The ancient meets the future - Traditional Chinese herbal medicine, electroacupuncture, gene therapy and stem cells NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH Wang, X., Liang, X., Li, F., Zhou, H., Liu, X., Wang, J., Wang, X. 2008; 33 (10): 1956-1963

    Abstract

    In China, it has been estimated that there are more than 2.0 million people suffering from Parkinson's disease, which is currently becoming one of the most common chronic neurodegenerative disorders during recent years. For many years, scientists have struggled to find new therapeutic approaches for this disease. Since 1994, our research group led by Drs. Ji-Sheng Han and Xiao-Min Wang of Neuroscience Research Institute, Peking University has developed several prospective treatment strategies for the disease. These studies cover the traditional Chinese medicine-herbal formula or acupuncture, and modern technologies such as gene therapy or stem cell replacement therapy, and have achieved some original results. It hopes that these data may be beneficial for the research development and for the future clinical utility for treatment of Parkinson's disease.

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  • View synthesis for recognizing unseen poses of object classes. Savarese, S., Fei-Fei, L. 2008
  • Unsupervised learning of human action categories using spatial-temporal words. Niebles, J., C., Wang, H., Fei-Fei, L. 2008
  • Towards scalable dataset construction: An active learning approach. Collins, B., Deng, J., Kai, L., Fei-Fei, L. 2008
  • Extracting Moving People from Internet Videos. Niebles, J., C., Han, B., Ferencz, A., Fei-Fei, L. 2008
  • Spatial-temporal correlations for unsupervised action classification. Savarese, S., Pozo, A., Del, Niebles, J., C., Fei-Fei., L. 2008
  • Prevalence of pathogenic BRCA1 mutation carriers in 5 US racial/ethnic groups JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION John, E. M., Miron, A., Gong, G., Phipps, A. I., Felberg, A., Li, F. P., West, D. W., Whittemore, A. S. 2007; 298 (24): 2869-2876

    Abstract

    Information on the prevalence of pathogenic BRCA1 mutation carriers in racial/ethnic minority populations is limited.To estimate BRCA1 carrier prevalence in Hispanic, African American, and Asian American female breast cancer patients compared with non-Hispanic white patients with and without Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry.We estimated race/ethnicity-specific prevalence of BRCA1 in a population-based, multiethnic series of female breast cancer patients younger than 65 years at diagnosis who were enrolled at the Northern California site of the Breast Cancer Family Registry during the period 1996-2005. Race/ethnicity and religious ancestry were based on self-report. Weighted estimates of prevalence and 95% confidence intervals (CIs) were based on Horvitz-Thompson estimating equations.Estimates of BRCA1 prevalence.Estimates of BRCA1 prevalence were 3.5% (95% CI, 2.1%-5.8%) in Hispanic patients (n = 393), 1.3% (95% CI, 0.6%-2.6%) in African American patients (n = 341), and 0.5% (95% CI, 0.1%-2.0%) in Asian American patients (n = 444), compared with 8.3% (95% CI, 3.1%-20.1%) in Ashkenazi Jewish patients (n = 41) and 2.2% (95% CI, 0.7%-6.9%) in other non-Hispanic white patients (n = 508). Prevalence was particularly high in young (<35 years) African American patients (5/30 patients [16.7%]; 95% CI, 7.1%-34.3%). 185delAG was the most common mutation in Hispanics, found in 5 of 21 carriers (24%).Among African American, Asian American, and Hispanic patients in the Northern California Breast Cancer Family Registry, the prevalence of BRCA1 mutation carriers was highest in Hispanics and lowest in Asian Americans. The higher carrier prevalence in Hispanics may reflect the presence of unrecognized Jewish ancestry in this population.

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  • F-18-labeled mini-PEG spacered RGD dimer (F-18-FPRGD2): synthesis and microPET imaging of alpha(v)beta(3) integrin expression EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND MOLECULAR IMAGING Wu, Z., Li, Z., Cai, W., He, L., Chin, F. T., Li, F., Chen, X. 2007; 34 (11): 1823-1831

    Abstract

    We have previously reported that (18)F-FB-E[c(RGDyK)](2) ((18)F-FRGD2) allows quantitative PET imaging of integrin alpha(v)beta(3) expression. However, the potential clinical translation was hampered by the relatively low radiochemical yield. The goal of this study was to improve the radiolabeling yield, without compromising the tumor targeting efficiency and in vivo kinetics, by incorporating a hydrophilic bifunctional mini-PEG spacer.(18)F-FB-mini-PEG-E[c(RGDyK)](2) ((18)F-FPRGD2) was synthesized by coupling N-succinimidyl-4-(18)F-fluorobenzoate ((18)F-SFB) with NH(2)-mini-PEG-E[c(RGDyK)](2) (denoted as PRGD2). In vitro receptor binding affinity, metabolic stability, and integrin alpha(v)beta(3) specificity of the new tracer (18)F-FPRGD2 were assessed. The diagnostic value of (18)F-FPRGD2 was evaluated in subcutaneous U87MG glioblastoma xenografted mice and in c-neu transgenic mice by quantitative microPET imaging studies.The decay-corrected radiochemical yield based on (18)F-SFB was more than 60% with radiochemical purity of >99%. (18)F-FPRGD2 had high receptor binding affinity, metabolic stability, and integrin alpha(v)beta(3)-specific tumor uptake in the U87MG glioma xenograft model comparable to those of (18)F-FRGD2. The kidney uptake was appreciably lower for (18)F-FPRGD2 compared with (18)F-FRGD2 [2.0 +/- 0.2%ID/g for (18)F-FPRGD2 vs 3.0 +/- 0.2%ID/g for (18)F-FRGD2 at 1 h post injection (p.i.)]. The uptake in all the other organs except the urinary bladder was at background level. (18)F-FPRGD2 also exhibited excellent tumor uptake in c-neu oncomice (3.6 +/- 0.1%ID/g at 30 min p.i.).Incorporation of a mini-PEG spacer significantly improved the overall radiolabeling yield of (18)F-FPRGD2. (18)F-FPRGD2 also had reduced renal uptake and similar tumor targeting efficacy as compared with (18)F-FRGD2. Further testing and clinical translation of (18)F-FPRGD2 are warranted.

    View details for DOI 10.1007/s00259-007-0427-0

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  • MicroPET of tumor integrin alpha(v)beta(3) expression using F-18-Labeled PEGylated tetrameric RGD peptide (F-18-FPRGD4) JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE Wu, Z., Li, Z., Chen, K., Cai, W., He, L., Chin, F. T., Li, F., Chen, X. 2007; 48 (9): 1536-1544

    Abstract

    In vivo imaging of alpha(v)beta(3) expression has important diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Multimeric cyclic RGD peptides are capable of improving the integrin alpha(v)beta(3)-binding affinity due to the polyvalency effect. Here we report an example of (18)F-labeled tetrameric RGD peptide for PET of alpha(v)beta(3) expression in both xenograft and spontaneous tumor models.The tetrameric RGD peptide E{E[c(RGDyK)](2)}(2) was derived with amino-3,6,9-trioxaundecanoic acid (mini-PEG; PEG is poly(ethylene glycol)) linker through the glutamate alpha-amino group. NH(2)-mini-PEG-E{E[c(RGDyK)](2)}(2) (PRGD4) was labeled with (18)F via the N-succinimidyl-4-(18)F-fluorobenzoate ((18)F-SFB) prosthetic group. The receptor-binding characteristics of the tetrameric RGD peptide tracer (18)F-FPRGD4 were evaluated in vitro by a cell-binding assay and in vivo by quantitative microPET imaging studies.The decay-corrected radiochemical yield for (18)F-FPRGD4 was about 15%, with a total reaction time of 180 min starting from (18)F-F(-). The PEGylation had minimal effect on integrin-binding affinity of the RGD peptide. (18)F-FPRGD4 has significantly higher tumor uptake compared with monomeric and dimeric RGD peptide tracer analogs. The receptor specificity of (18)F-FPRGD4 in vivo was confirmed by effective blocking of the uptake in both tumors and normal organs or tissues with excess c(RGDyK).The tetrameric RGD peptide tracer (18)F-FPRGD4 possessing high integrin-binding affinity and favorable biokinetics is a promising tracer for PET of integrin alpha(v)beta(3) expression in cancer and other angiogenesis related diseases.

    View details for DOI 10.2967/jnumed.107.040816

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  • HIF-dependent antitumorigenic effect of antioxidants in vivo CANCER CELL Gao, P., Zhang, H., Dinavahi, R., Li, F., Xiang, Y., Raman, V., Bhujwalla, Z. M., Felsher, D. W., Cheng, L., Pevsner, J., Lee, L. A., Semenza, G. L., Dang, C. V. 2007; 12 (3): 230-238

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    The antitumorigenic activity of antioxidants has been presumed to arise from their ability to squelch DNA damage and genomic instability mediated by reactive oxygen species (ROS). Here, we report that antioxidants inhibited three tumorigenic models in vivo. Inhibition of a MYC-dependent human B lymphoma model was unassociated with genomic instability but was linked to diminished hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)-1 levels in a prolyl hydroxylase 2 and von Hippel-Lindau protein-dependent manner. Ectopic expression of an oxygen-independent, stabilized HIF-1 mutant rescued lymphoma xenografts from inhibition by two antioxidants: N-acetylcysteine and vitamin C. These findings challenge the paradigm that antioxidants diminish tumorigenesis primarily through decreasing DNA damage and mutations and provide significant support for a key antitumorigenic effect of diminishing HIF levels.

    View details for DOI 10.1016/j.ccr.2007.08.004

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  • Detection of separated analytes in subnanoliter volumes using coaxial thermal lensing ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Li, F., Kachanov, A. A., Zare, R. N. 2007; 79 (14): 5264-5271

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    A collinear-beam thermal lens detector has been constructed and its properties were characterized. Its application to the high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) separation of a mixture of five anthraquinone dyes dissolved in water shows a linear response over 3.5 orders of magnitude and a detection limit that is subnanomolar in the dye concentrations. These results are compared with those obtained previously using cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) in a Brewster's angle flow cell (Bechtel, K. L.; Zare, R. N.; Kachanov, A. A.; Sanders, S. S.; Paldus, B. A. Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 1177-1182). The peak-to-peak baseline noise of the thermal lensing detection is 3.5 x 10(-8) absorbance units (AU) with a path length of 200 microm, whereas the peak-to-peak baseline noise of CRDS detection is approximately 2 x 10(-7) AU with a path length of 300 microm. Both of these figures of merit should be compared to the peak-to-peak baseline noise of one of the best commercial UV-vis HPLC detection systems, which is approximately 5 x 10(-6) AU with a path length of 10 mm (1-s integration time). Therefore, the thermal lensing technique has a demonstrated sensitivity of subnanomolar detection that is approximately 140 times better than that of the best commercial UV-vis detector and approximately 5 times better than that of CRDS.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/ac0705925

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  • Characterization of two types of silanol groups on fused-silica surfaces using evanescent-wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Fan, H., Li, F., Zare, R. N., Lin, K. 2007; 79 (10): 3654-3661

    Abstract

    Evanescent-wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy has been applied to a planar fused-silica surface covered with crystal violet (CV+) cations to characterize the silanol groups indirectly. A radiation-polarization dependence of the adsorption isotherm of CV+ at the CH3CN/silica interface is measured and fit to a two-site Langmuir equation to determine the relative populations of two different types of isolated silanol groups. CV+ binding at type I sites yields a free energy of adsorption of -29.9 +/- 0.2 kJ/mol and a saturation surface density of (7.4 +/- 0.5) x 10(12) cm(-2), whereas the values of -17.9 +/- 0.4 kJ/mol and (3.1 +/- 0.4) x 10(13) cm(-2) are obtained for the type II sites. The CV+ cations, each with a planar area of approximately 120 A2, seem to be aligned randomly while lying over the SiO- type I sites, thereby suggesting that this type of site may be surrounded by a large empty surface area (>480 A2). In contrast, the CV+ cations on a type II sites are restricted with an average angle of approximately 40 degrees tilted off the surface normal, suggesting that the CV+ cations on these sites are grouped closely together. The average tilt angle increases with increasing concentration of crystal violet so that CV+ cations may be separated from each other to minimize the repulsion of nearby CV+ and SiOH sites.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/ac062386n

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  • Breast and ovarian cancer in relatives of cancer patients, with and without BRCA mutations CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION Lee, J. S., John, E. M., McGuire, V., Felberg, A., Ostrow, K. L., DiCioccio, R. A., Li, F. P., Miron, A., West, D. W., Whittemore, A. S. 2006; 15 (2): 359-363

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    First-degree relatives of patients with breast or ovarian cancer have increased risks for these cancers. Little is known about how their risks vary with the patient's cancer site, carrier status for predisposing genetic mutations, or age at cancer diagnosis.We evaluated breast and ovarian cancer incidence in 2,935 female first-degree relatives of non-Hispanic White female patients with incident invasive cancers of the breast (n = 669) or ovary (n = 339) who were recruited from a population-based cancer registry in northern California. Breast cancer patients were tested for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations. Ovarian cancer patients were tested for BRCA1 mutations. We estimated standardized incidence ratios (SIR) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) for breast and ovarian cancer among the relatives according to the patient's mutation status, cancer site, and age at cancer diagnosis.In families of patients who were negative or untested for BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations, risks were elevated only for the patient's cancer site. The breast cancer SIR was 1.5 (95% CI, 1.2-1.8) for relatives of breast cancer patients, compared with 1.1 (95% CI, 0.8-1.6) for relatives of ovarian cancer patients (P = 0.12 for difference by patient's cancer site). The ovarian cancer SIR was 0.9 (95% CI, 0.5-1.4) for relatives of breast cancer patients, compared with 1.9 (95% CI, 1.0-4.0) for relatives of ovarian cancer patients (P = 0.04 for difference by site). In families of BRCA1-positive patients, relatives' risks also correlated with the patient's cancer site. The breast cancer SIR was 10.6 (95% CI, 5.2-21.6) for relatives of breast cancer patients, compared with 3.3 (95% CI, 1.4-7.3) for relatives of ovarian cancer patients (two-sided P = 0.02 for difference by site). The ovarian cancer SIR was 7.9 (95% CI, 1.2-53.0) for relatives of breast cancer patients, compared with 11.3 (3.6-35.9) for relatives of ovarian cancer patients (two-sided P = 0.37 for difference by site). Relatives' risks were independent of patients' ages at diagnosis, with one exception: In families ascertained through a breast cancer patient without BRCA mutations, breast cancer risks were higher if the patient had been diagnosed before age 40 years.In families of patients with and without BRCA1 mutations, breast and ovarian cancer risks correlate with the patient's cancer site. Moreover, in families of breast cancer patients without BRCA mutations, breast cancer risk depends on the patient's age at diagnosis. These patterns support the presence of genes that modify risk specific to cancer site, in both carriers and noncarriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.

    View details for DOI 10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-05-0687

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  • The protective effect of dantrolene on ischemic neuronal cell death is associated with reduced expression of endoplasmic reticulum stress markers BRAIN RESEARCH Li, F., Hayashi, T., Jin, G., Deguchi, K., Nagotani, S., Nagano, I., Shoji, M., Chan, P. H., Abe, K. 2005; 1048 (1-2): 59-68

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    The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) plays an important role in ischemic neuronal cell death. In order to determine the effect of dantrolene, a ryanodine receptor antagonist, on ER stress response and ischemic brain injury, we investigated changes in ER stress-related molecules, that is phosphorylated form of double-stranded RNA-activated protein kinase (PKR)-like ER kinase (p-PERK), phosphorylated form of eukaryotic initiation factor 2alpha (p-eIF2alpha), activating transcription factor-4 (ATF-4), and C/EBP-homologous protein (CHOP), as well as terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase-mediated dUTP nick end labeling (TUNEL) in the peri-ischemic area and ischemic core region of rat brain after transient middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO). In contrast to the cases treated with vehicle, the infarct volume and TUNEL-positive cells were significantly reduced at 24 h of reperfusion by treatment with dantrolene. The immunoreactivities for p-PERK, p-eIF2alpha, ATF-4, and CHOP were increased at the ischemic peripheral region after MCAO, which were partially inhibited by dantrolene treatment. The present results suggest that dantrolene significantly decreased infarct volume and provided neuroprotective effect on rats after transient MCAO by reducing ER stress-mediated apoptotic signal pathway activation in the ischemic area.

    View details for DOI 10.1016/j.brainres.2005.04.058

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  • Familial gastrointestinal stromal tumor syndrome: Phenotypic and molecular features in a kindred JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY Li, F. P., Fletcher, J. A., Heinrich, M. C., Garber, J. E., Sallan, S. E., Curiel-Lewandrowski, C., Duensing, A., van de Rijn, M. V., Schnipper, L. E., Demetri, G. D. 2005; 23 (12): 2735-2743

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    Members of a family with hereditary gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs) and a germline KIT oncogene mutation were evaluated for other potential syndrome manifestations. A tumor from the proband was analyzed to compare features with sporadic GISTs.Members of a kindred in which six relatives in four consecutive generations comprised an autosomal dominant pattern of documented GISTs and cutaneous lesions underwent physical examination, imaging studies, and germline KIT analysis. A recurrent GIST from the proband was studied using microarray, karyotypic, immunohistochemical, and immunoblotting techniques.In addition to evidence of multiple GISTs, lentigines, malignant melanoma, and an angioleiomyoma were identified in relatives. A previously reported gain-of-function missense mutation in KIT exon 11 (T --> C) that results in a V559A substitution within the juxtamembrane domain was identified in three family members. The proband's recurrent gastric GIST had a 44,XY-14,-22 karyotype and immunohistochemical evidence of strong diffuse cytoplasmic KIT expression without expression of actin, desmin, or S-100. Immunoblotting showed strong expression of phosphorylated KIT and downstream signaling intermediates (AKT and MAPK) at levels comparable with those reported in sporadic GISTs. cDNA array profiling demonstrated clustering with sporadic GISTs, and expression of GIST markers comparable to sporadic GISTs.These studies provide the first evidence that gene expression and mechanisms of cytogenetic progression and cell signaling are indistinguishable in familial and sporadic GISTs. Current investigations of molecularly targeted therapies in GIST patients provide opportunities to increase the understanding of features of the hereditary syndrome, and risk factors and molecular pathways of the neoplastic phenotypes.

    View details for DOI 10.1200/JCO.2005.06.009

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  • Molecular orientation study of methylene blue at an air/fused-silica interface using evanescent-wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B Li, F. P., Zare, R. N. 2005; 109 (8): 3330-3333

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    Using evanescent-wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy (EW-CRDS), we monitored the change in the absorbance of a thin film of methylene blue (MB) at an air/fused-silica interface while varying the polarization of the incident light (600 nm). We derived the average orientation angle of the planar MB molecules with respect to the surface normal and observed that the average orientation angle decreases as the surface concentration increases. At low surface concentrations, the MB molecules lie almost flat on the surface, whereas at higher surface concentrations the molecules become vertically oriented.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/jp045290a

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  • Oral contraceptive use and risk of early-onset breast cancer in carriers and noncarriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION Milne, R. L., Knight, J. A., John, E. M., Dite, G. S., Balbuena, R., Ziogas, A., Andrulis, I. L., West, D. W., Li, F. P., Southey, M. C., Giles, G. G., McCredie, M. R., Hopper, J. L., Whittemore, A. S. 2005; 14 (2): 350-356

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    Recent oral contraceptive use has been associated with a small increase in breast cancer risk and a substantial decrease in ovarian cancer risk. The effects on risks for women with germ line mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 are unclear.Subjects were population-based samples of Caucasian women that comprised 1,156 incident cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed before age 40 (including 47 BRCA1 and 36 BRCA2 mutation carriers) and 815 controls from the San Francisco Bay area, California, Ontario, Canada, and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. Relative risks by carrier status were estimated using unconditional logistic regression, comparing oral contraceptive use in case groups defined by mutation status with that in controls.After adjustment for potential confounders, oral contraceptive use for at least 12 months was associated with decreased breast cancer risk for BRCA1 mutation carriers [odds ratio (OR), 0.22; 95% confidence interval (CI), 0.10-0.49; P < 0.001], but not for BRCA2 mutation carriers (OR, 1.02; 95% CI, 0.34-3.09) or noncarriers (OR, 0.93; 95% CI, 0.69-1.24). First use during or before 1975 was associated with increased risk for noncarriers (OR, 1.52 per year of use before 1976; 95% CI, 1.22-1.91; P < 0.001).There was no evidence that use of current low-dose oral contraceptive formulations increases risk of early-onset breast cancer for mutation carriers, and there may be a reduced risk for BRCA1 mutation carriers. Because current formulations of oral contraceptives may reduce, or at least not exacerbate, ovarian cancer risk for mutation carriers, they should not be contraindicated for a woman with a germ line mutation in BRCA1 or BRCA2.

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  • Prevalence of BRCA1 mutation carriers among US non-Hispanic Whites CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION Whittemore, A. S., Gong, G., John, E. M., McGuire, V., Li, F. P., Ostrow, K. L., DiCioccio, R., Felberg, A., West, D. W. 2004; 13 (12): 2078-2083

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    Data from several countries indicate that 1% to 2% of Ashkenazi Jews carry a pathogenic ancestral mutation of the tumor suppressor gene BRCA1. However, the prevalence of BRCA1 mutations among non-Ashkenazi Whites is uncertain. We estimated mutation carrier prevalence in U.S. non-Hispanic Whites, specific for Ashkenazi status, using data from two population-based series of San Francisco Bay Area patients with invasive cancers of the breast or ovary, and data on breast and ovarian cancer risks in Ashkenazi and non-Ashkenazi carriers. Assuming that 90% of the BRCA1 mutations were detected, we estimate a carrier prevalence of 0.24% (95% confidence interval, 0.15-0.39%) in non-Ashkenazi Whites, and 1.2% (95% confidence interval, 0.5-2.6%) in Ashkenazim. When combined with U.S. White census counts, these prevalence estimates suggest that approximately 550,513 U.S. Whites (506,206 non-Ashkenazim and 44,307 Ashkenazim) carry germ line BRCA1 mutations. These estimates may be useful in guiding resource allocation for genetic testing and genetic counseling and in planning preventive interventions.

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  • Oxidative damage to the endoplasmic reticulum is implicated in ischemic neuronal cell death 3rd International Conference on the Biology, Chemistry and Therapeutic Applications of Nitric Oxide/4th Annual Meeting of the Nitric-Oxide-Society-of-Japan Hayashi, T., Chan, P. H., Saito, A., Jing, G., Li, F., Deguchi, K., Nagotani, S., Abe, K. ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE. 2004: 61–61
  • Design of polarization beam splitter in two-dimensional triangular photonic crystals CHINESE PHYSICS LETTERS Chen, X. Y., Yao, P. J., Chen, B., Li, F., Zhang, J. Y., Xie, J. P., Ming, H., Fan, S. H. 2004; 21 (7): 1285-1288
  • Temporal profile of angiogenesis and expression of related genes in the brain after ischemia 5th World Stroke Congress Hayashi, T., Chan, P. H., Nagotani, S., Deguchi, K., Kamada, H., Jin, G., Li, F., Abe, K. LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2004: E250–E250
  • Induction of grp78 by ischemic preconditioning reduces endoplasmic reticulum stress and prevents delayed neuronal cell death 5th World Stroke Congress Hayashi, T., Chan, P. H., Deguchi, K., Saito, A., Nagotani, S., Jin, G., Li, F., Kamada, H., Abe, K. LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2004: E249–E249
  • Measurement of inclusive momentum spectra and multiplicity distributions of charged particles at root s similar to 2-5 GeV PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bai, J. Z., Ban, Y., Bian, J. G., Cai, X., Chang, J. F., Chen, H. F., Chen, H. S., Chen, H. X., Chen, J., Chen, J. C., Chen, Y. B., Chi, S. P., Chu, Y. P., Cui, X. Z., Dai, H. L., Dai, Y. S., Dai, Y. M., Dong, L. Y., Du, S. X., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fang, J., Fang, S. S., Fu, C. D., Fu, H. Y., Fu, L. P., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, Y. N., Gong, M. Y., Gong, W. X., Gu, S. D., Guo, Y. N., Guo, Y. Q., Guo, Z. J., Han, S. W., Harris, F. A., He, J., He, K. L., He, M., He, X., Heng, Y. K., Hu, H. M., Hu, T., Huang, G. S., Huang, L., Huang, X. P., Izen, J. M., Ji, X. B., Jia, Q. Y., Jiang, C. H., Jiang, X. S., Jin, D. P., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, B. D., Ke, Z. J., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Li, F., Li, G., Li, H. H., Li, J., Li, J. C., Li, K., Li, Q. J., Li, R. B., Li, R. Y., Li, W., Li, W. G., Li, X. Q., Li, X. S., Liang, Y. F., Liao, H. B., Liu, C. X., Liu, F., Liu, F., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. B., Liu, J. P., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Liu, Z. X., Lou, X. C., Lu, G. R., Lu, F., Lu, H. J., Lu, J. G., Luo, C. L., Luo, X. L., Ma, E. C., Ma, F. C., Ma, J. M., Ma, L. L., Ma, X. Y., Malchow, R., Mao, Z. P., Meng, X. C., Mo, X. H., Nie, J., Nie, Z. D., Olsen, S. L., Peng, H. P., Qi, N. D., Qian, C. D., Qiu, J. F., Rong, G., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, F., Song, L. W., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. S., Sun, Y. Z., Sun, Z. J., Tang, S. Q., Tang, X., Tian, D., Tian, Y. R., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Varner, G. S., Wang, J. Z., Wang, L., Wang, L. S., Wang, M., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, W. F., Wang, Y. F., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z. Y., Wei, C. L., Wu, N., Xia, X. M., Xie, X. X., Xu, G. F., Xu, Y., Xue, S. T., Yan, M. L., Yan, W. B., Yang, F., Yang, G. A., Yang, H. X., Yang, J., Yang, S. D., Yang, Y. X., Ye, M. H., Ye, Y. X., Ying, J., Yu, C. S., Yu, G. W., Yuan, C. Z., Yuan, J. M., Yuan, Y., Yue, Q., Zang, S. L., Zeng, Y., Zhang, B. X., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. Y., Zhang, J., ZHANG, J. M., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, Q. J., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, X. Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Y. J., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Z. P., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. E., Zhao, J. B., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, P. P., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, Y. B., Zhao, Z. G., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhong, X. C., Zhou, B. Q., Zhou, G. M., Zhou, L., Zhou, N. F., Zhu, K. J., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhu, Z. A., Zhuang, B. A., Zou, B. S. 2004; 69 (7)
  • Adsorption of crystal violet to the silica-water interface monitored by evanescent wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B Shaw, A. M., Hannon, T. E., Li, F. P., Zare, R. N. 2003; 107 (29): 7070-7075

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  • Observation of a near-threshold enhancement in the p(p)over-bar mass spectrum from radiative J/psi ->gamma p(p)over-bar deecays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bai, J. Z., Ban, Y., Bian, J. G., Cai, X., Chang, J. F., Chen, H. F., Chen, H. S., Chen, J., Chen, J., Chen, J. C., Chen, Y. B., Chi, S. P., Chu, Y. P., Cui, X. Z., Dai, Y. M., Dai, Y. S., Dong, L. Y., Du, S. X., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fang, J., Fang, S. S., Fu, C. D., Fu, H. Y., Fu, L. P., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, Y. N., Gong, M. Y., Gong, W. X., Gu, S. D., Guo, Y. N., Guo, Y. Q., Guo, Z. J., Han, S. W., Harris, F. A., He, J., He, K. L., He, M., He, X., Heng, Y. K., Hong, T., Hu, H. M., Hu, T., Huang, G. S., Huang, L., Huang, X. P., Izen, J. M., Ji, X. B., Jiang, C. H., Jiang, X. S., Jin, D. P., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, B. D., Ke, Z. J., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Li, F., Li, G., Li, H. H., Li, J., Li, J. C., Li, K., Li, Q. J., Li, R. B., Li, R. Y., Li, W., Li, W. G., Li, X. Q., Li, X. S., Liu, C. F., Liu, C. X., Liu, F., Liu, F., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. B., Liu, J. P., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Liu, Z. X., Lou, X. C., Lu, G. R., Lu, F., Lu, H. J., Lu, J. G., Lu, Z. J., Luo, X. L., Ma, E. C., Ma, F. C., Ma, J. M., Malchow, R., Mao, Z. P., Meng, X. C., Mo, X. H., Nie, J., Nie, Z. D., Olsen, S. L., Paluselli, D., Peng, H. P., Qi, N. D., Qian, C. D., Qiu, J. F., Rong, G., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, F., Song, L. W., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. S., Sun, Y. Z., Sun, Z. J., Tang, S. Q., Tang, X., Tian, D., Tian, Y. R., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Varner, G. S., Wang, J., Wang, J. Z., Wang, L., Wang, L. S., Wang, M., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, W. F., Wang, Y. F., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z. Y., Wei, C. L., Wu, N., Xia, X. M., Xie, X. X., Xu, G. F., Xu, Y., Xue, S. T., Yan, M. L., Yan, W. B., Yang, G. A., Yang, H. X., Yang, J., Yang, S. D., Ye, M. H., Ye, Y. X., Ying, J., Yu, C. S., Yu, G. W., Yuan, C. Z., Yuan, J. M., Yuan, Y., Yue, Q., Zang, S. L., Zeng, Y., Zhang, B. X., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. Y., Zhang, J., ZHANG, J. M., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, Q. J., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, X. Y., Zhang, Y. J., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Z. P., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, P. P., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, Y. B., Zhao, Z. G., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhong, X. C., Zhou, B. Q., Zhou, G. M., Zhou, L., Zhou, N. F., Zhu, K. J., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhu, Z. A., Zhuang, B. A., Zou, B. S. 2003; 91 (2)

    Abstract

    We observe a narrow enhancement near 2m(p) in the invariant mass spectrum of pp pairs from radiative J/psi-->gammapp decays. No similar structure is seen in J/psi-->pi(0)pp decays. The results are based on an analysis of a 58 x 10(6) event sample of J/psi decays accumulated with the BESII detector at the Beijing electron-positron collider. The enhancement can be fit with either an S- or P-wave Breit-Wigner resonance function. In the case of the S-wave fit, the peak mass is below 2m(p) at M=1859(+3)(-10) (stat)+5-25(syst) MeV/c(2) and the total width is Gamma<30 MeV/c(2) at the 90% confidence level. These mass and width values are not consistent with the properties of any known particle.

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  • Search for lepton flavor violation process J/psi -> e mu PHYSICS LETTERS B Bai, J. Z., Ban, Y., Bian, J. G., Cai, X., Chang, J. F., Chen, H. F., Chen, H. S., Chen, J., Chen, J., Chen, J. C., Chen, Y. B., Chi, S. P., Chu, Y. P., Cui, X. Z., Dai, Y. M., Dai, Y. S., Dong, L. Y., Du, S. X., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fang, J., Fang, S. S., Fu, C. D., Fu, H. Y., Fu, L. P., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, Y. N., Gong, M. Y., Gong, W. X., Gu, S. D., Guo, Y. N., Guo, Y. Q., Guo, Z. J., Han, S. W., Harris, F. A., He, J., He, K. L., He, M., He, X., Heng, Y. K., Hong, T., Hu, H. M., Hu, T., Huang, G. S., Huang, L., Huang, X. P., Izen, J. M., Ji, X. B., Jiang, C. H., Jiang, X. S., Jin, D. P., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, B. D., Ke, Z. J., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Li, F., Li, G., Li, H. H., Li, J., Li, J. C., Li, K., Li, Q. J., Li, R. B., Li, R. Y., Li, W., Li, W. G., Li, X. Q., Liu, X. S., Liu, C. F., Liu, C. X., Liu, F., Liu, F., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. B., Liu, J. P., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Liu, Z. X., Lou, X. C., Lu, G. R., Lu, F., Lu, H. J., Lu, J. G., Lu, Z. J., Luo, X. L., Ma, E. C., Ma, F. C., Ma, J. M., Malchow, R., Mao, Z. P., Meng, X. C., Mo, X. H., Nie, J., Nie, Z. D., Olsen, S. L., Paluselli, D., Peng, H. P., Qi, N. D., Qian, C. D., Qiu, J. F., Rong, G., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, F., Song, L. W., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. S., Sun, Y. Z., Sun, Z. J., Tang, S. Q., Tang, X., Tian, D., Tian, Y. R., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Varner, G. S., Wang, J., Wang, J. Z., Wang, L., Wang, L. S., Wang, M., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, W. F., Wang, Y. F., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z. Y., Wei, C. L., Wu, N., Xia, X. M., Xie, X. X., Xu, G. F., Xu, Y., Xue, S. T., Yan, M. L., Yan, W. B., Yang, G. A., Yang, H. X., Yang, J., Yang, S. D., Ye, M. H., Ye, Y. X., Ying, J., Yu, C. S., Yu, G. W., Yuan, C. Z., Yuan, J. M., Yuan, Y., Yue, Q., Zang, S. L., Zeng, Y., Zhang, B. X., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. Y., Zhang, J., ZHANG, J. M., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, Q. J., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, X. Y., Zhang, Y. J., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Z. P., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, P. P., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, Y. B., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, P. P., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, Y. B., Zhao, Z. G., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhong, X. C., Zhou, B. Q., Zhou, G. M., Zhou, L., Zhou, N. F., Zhu, K. J., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhu, Z. A., Zhuang, B. A., Zou, B. S. 2003; 561 (1-2): 49-54
  • Measurements of the mass and full-width of the eta c meson PHYSICS LETTERS B Bai, J. Z., Ban, Y., Bian, J. G., Cai, X., Chang, J. F., Chen, H. F., Chen, H. S., Chen, J., Chen, J. C., Chen, Y. B., Chi, S. P., Chu, Y. P., Cui, X. Z., Dai, Y. M., Dai, Y. S., Dong, L. Y., Du, S. X., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fang, J., Fang, S. S., Fu, C. D., Fu, H. Y., Fu, L. P., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, Y. N., Gong, M. Y., Gong, W. X., Gu, S. D., Guo, Y. N., Guo, Y. Q., Guo, Z. J., Han, S. W., Harris, F. A., He, J., He, K. L., He, M., He, X., Heng, Y. K., Hong, T., Hu, H. M., Hu, T., Huang, G. S., Huang, L., Huang, X. P., Izen, J. M., Ji, X. B., Jiang, C. H., Jiang, X. S., Jin, D. R., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, B. D., Ke, Z. J., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Li, F., Li, G., Li, H. H., Li, J., Li, J. C., Li, K., Li, Q. J., Li, R. B., Li, R. Y., Li, W., Li, W. G., Li, X. Q., Li, X. S., Liu, C. F., Liu, C. X., Liu, F., Liu, F., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. B., Liu, J. P., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Liu, Z. X., Lou, X. C., Lu, G. R., Lu, F., Lu, H. J., Lu, J. G., Lu, Z. J., Luo, X. L., Ma, E. C., Ma, F. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, Z. P., Meng, X. C., Mo, X. H., Nie, J., Nie, Z. D., Olsen, S. L., Paluselli, D., Peng, H. P., Qi, N. D., Qian, C. D., Qiu, J. F., Rong, G., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, F., Song, L. W., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. S., Sun, Y. Z., Sun, Z. J., Tang, S. Q., Tang, X., Tian, D., Tian, Y. R., Tong, G. L., Varner, G. S., Wang, J., Wang, J. Z., Wang, L., Wang, L. S., Wang, M., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, W. F., Wang, Y. F., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z., Wang, Z. Y., Wei, C. L., Wu, N., Xia, X. M., Xie, X. X., Xu, G. F., Xu, Y., Xue, S. T., Yan, M. L., Yan, W. B., Yang, G. A., Yang, H., Yang, J., Yang, S. D., Ye, M. H., Ye, Y. X., Ying, J., Yu, C. S., Yu, G. W., Yuan, C. Z., Yuan, J. M., Yuan, Y., Yue, Q., Zang, S. L., Zeng, Y., Zhang, B. X., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. Y., Zhang, J., ZHANG, J. M., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, Q. J., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, X. Y., Zhang, Y. J., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhang, Z. P., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, P. P., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, Y. B., Zhao, Z. G., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhong, X. C., Zhou, B. Q., Zhou, G. M., Zhou, L., Zhou, N. F., Zhu, K. J., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhu, Z. A., Zhuang, B. A., Zou, B. S. 2003; 555 (3-4): 174-180
  • Comparison of DNA- and RNA-based methods for detection of truncating BRCA1 mutations HUMAN MUTATION Andrulis, I. L., Anton-Culver, H., Beck, J., Bove, B., Boyd, J., Buys, S., Godwin, A. K., Hopper, J. L., Li, F., Neuhausen, S. L., Ozcelik, H., Peel, D., Santella, R. M., Southey, M. C., van Orsouw, N. J., Venter, D. J., Vijg, J., Whittemore, A. S. 2002; 20 (1): 65-73

    Abstract

    A number of methods are used for mutational analysis of BRCA1, a large multi-exon gene. A comparison was made of five methods to detect mutations generating premature stop codons that are predicted to result in synthesis of a truncated protein in BRCA1. These included four DNA-based methods: two-dimensional gene scanning (TDGS), denaturing high performance liquid chromatography (DHPLC), enzymatic mutation detection (EMD), and single strand conformation polymorphism analysis (SSCP) and an RNA/DNA-based protein truncation test (PTT) with and without complementary 5' sequencing. DNA and RNA samples isolated from 21 coded lymphoblastoid cell line samples were tested. These specimens had previously been analyzed by direct automated DNA sequencing, considered to be the optimum method for mutation detection. The set of 21 cell lines included 14 samples with 13 unique frameshift or nonsense mutations, three samples with two unique splice site mutations, and four samples without deleterious mutations. The present study focused on the detection of protein-truncating mutations, those that have been reported most often to be disease-causing alterations that segregate with cancer in families. PTT with complementary 5' sequencing correctly identified all 15 deleterious mutations. Not surprisingly, the DNA-based techniques did not detect a deletion of exon 22. EMD and DHPLC identified all of the mutations with the exception of the exon 22 deletion. Two mutations were initially missed by TDGS, but could be detected after slight changes in the test design, and five truncating mutations were missed by SSCP. It will continue to be important to use complementary methods for mutational analysis.

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  • Comparison of methods for detection of mutations in the BRCA1 gene. Bove, B. A., Ozcelik, H., Neuhausen, S., Boyd, J., Southey, M., Santella, R., Venter, D., Beck, J., Li, F., Buys, S., Andrulis, I. L., Godwin, A. K., Whittemore, A. CELL PRESS. 2001: 440–40
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  • Participation in the cooperative family registry for breast cancer studies: Issues of informed consent JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE Daly, M. B., Offit, K., Li, F., Glendon, G., Yaker, A., West, D., Koenig, B., McCredie, M., Venne, V., NAYFIELD, S., Seminara, D. 2000; 92 (6): 452-456

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  • Thickness measurement of submonolayer native oxide films on silicon wafers SOLID STATE TECHNOLOGY Li, F. H., Balazs, M. K., Deal, B. E. 2000; 43 (2): 87-?
  • The Eighth AACR American Cancer Society Award Lecture on Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention - Introduction CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION Li, F. P. 1999; 8 (8): 649-649
  • Measurement of the branching ratios for the decays of Ds(+) to eta pi(+), eta 'pi(+), eta rho(+), and eta 'rho(+) PHYSICAL REVIEW D Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, T., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., O'Grady, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., O'Neill, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H. 1998; 58 (5)
  • Evidence for the leptonic decay D ->mu nu(mu) PHYSICS LETTERS B Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Fero, M., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., Hatanaka, M., He, J., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Huang, Y. Z., Izen, J. M., Jia, Q. P., Jiang, C. H., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Ke, Z. J., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. K., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. Q., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X. H., Li, X. N., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, J. G., Luo, S., Luo, Y., Ma, A. M., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, H. S., Mao, Z. P., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Paluselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, J., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qi, N. D., Que, Y. K., Quigley, J., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Shi, X. R., Smith, A., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Torrence, E., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, Y. Y., Wei, C. L., Whittaker, S., Wilson, R., Wisniewski, W. J., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xu, D. Z., Xu, R. S., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yamamoto, R., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, W., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. Z., Young, K., Yu, C. S., Yu, X. C., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, H. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, W. R., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A., Zioulas, G. 1998; 429 (1-2): 188-194
  • Measurement of the branching fractions of Lambda(+)(c)-> p(K)over-bar-n(pi) PHYSICAL REVIEW D Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, R., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., McLean, K. W., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, S. G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., O'Grady, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Asner, D. M., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Valant-Spaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Ershov, A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lee, J. S., O'Neill, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A. 1998; 57 (7): 4467-4470
  • New measurement of B -> D*pi branching fractions PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., O'Neill, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., O'Grady, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brewer, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, T. K., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J. 1998; 80 (13): 2762-2766
  • Measurement of the total cross section for e(+)e(-)-> hadrons at root s=10.52 GeV PHYSICAL REVIEW D Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., O'Neill, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., O'Grady, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sivertz, H., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Valant-Spaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J. 1998; 57 (3): 1350-1358
  • Measurements of the meson-photon transition form factors of light pseudoscalar mesons at large momentum transfer PHYSICAL REVIEW D Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Valant-Spaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., O'Neill, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., O'Grady, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sivertz, M., Sharma, V. 1998; 57 (1): 33-54
  • Direct measurement of B(D-s(+)->phi X+) PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., He, J., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Izen, J. M., Jiang, C. H., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Ke, Z. J., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. R., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. P., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X. H., Li, X. N., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, J. G., Lu, J. Y., Luo, S., Luo, Y., Ma, A. M., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Mao, H. S., Ma, Z. P., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Paluselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, J., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qi, N. D., Que, Y. K., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, Y. Y., Weaver, M., Wei, C. L., Wisniewski, W. J., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xu, D. Z., Xu, R. S., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, H., Yang, W., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. Z., Young, K., Yu, C. S., Yu, C. X., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, W. R., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A. 1998; 57 (1): 28-32
  • Measurement of the decay amplitudes and branching fractions of B->J/psi K-* and B->J/psi K decays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H. 1997; 79 (23): 4533-4537
  • Limit on the two-photon production of the glueball candidate f(J)(2220) at the Cornell electron storage ring PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sivertz, M., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S. 1997; 79 (20): 3829-3833
  • Study of the decay tau(-)->2 pi(-)pi(+)3 pi(0)nu(tau) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Homoelle, D., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., McLean, K. W., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Asner, D. M., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Ershov, A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N. 1997; 79 (20): 3814-3818
  • First observation of inclusive B decays to the charmed strange baryons xi(0)(c) and xi(+)(c) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, R., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J. 1997; 79 (19): 3599-3603
  • Search for the decay tau(-)->4 pi(-)3 pi(+)(pi(0))nu(tau) PHYSICAL REVIEW D Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Homoelle, D., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., McLean, K. W., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Asner, D. M., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Ershov, A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J. 1997; 56 (9): R5297-R5300
  • New upper limit on the decay eta->e(+)e(-) PHYSICAL REVIEW D Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Cao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Vienhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sivertz, M., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H. 1997; 56 (9): 5359-5365
  • Determination of the Michel parameters and the tau neutrino helicity in tau decay PHYSICAL REVIEW D Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamato, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brewer, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G. 1997; 56 (9): 5320-5329
  • Observation of exclusive B decays to final states containing a charmed baryon PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M. 1997; 79 (17): 3125-3129
  • Inclusive decays B->DX and B->D*X PHYSICAL REVIEW D Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Horwitz, N., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Thulasidas, M., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M. 1997; 56 (7): 3783-3802
  • First observation of tau->3 pi eta nu(tau) and tau->f(1)pi nu(tau) decays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, L. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., McLean, K. W., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Asner, D. M., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, K., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Ershov, A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L. 1997; 79 (13): 2406-2410
  • Measurement of the (B)over-bar->Dl(nu)over-bar partial width and form factor parameters PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Ershov, A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., McLean, K. W., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Bliss, D. W., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Asner, D. M., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C. 1997; 79 (12): 2208-2212
  • Lambda(Lambda)over-bar production in two-photon interactions PHYSICAL REVIEW D Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, R., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sivertz, M., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N. 1997; 56 (5): R2485-R2489
  • Observation of the decay D-s(+)->omega pi(+) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Sateck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Prell, S., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S. 1997; 79 (8): 1436-1440
  • Search for neutrinoless tau decays involving pi(0) or eta mesons PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., ValantSpaight, B., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Glenn, S., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S. 1997; 79 (7): 1221-1224
  • Search for the decays B-0->D(*)D+(*)(-) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brewer, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, H., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, M., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, H., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F. 1997; 79 (5): 799-803
  • Studies of the Cabibbo-suppressed decays D+->pi(0)l(+)nu and D+->eta e(+)nu(e) PHYSICS LETTERS B Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Smith, D., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X. 1997; 405 (3-4): 373-378
  • Search for B->mu(nu)over-bar(mu)gamma and B->e(nu)over-bar(e)gamma PHYSICAL REVIEW D Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Smith, A., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Staeck, J., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., Frasconi, F., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Lange, D. J., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, I., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Athanas, M., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Kim, D. Y., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H. 1997; 56 (1): 11-16
  • Study of gluon versus quark fragmentation in Y->gg gamma and e(+)e(-)->q(q)over-bar gamma events at root s=10 GeV PHYSICAL REVIEW D Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sivertz, M., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. S., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A. 1997; 56 (1): 17-22
  • A measurement of the Michel parameters in leptonic decays of the tau PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J. 1997; 78 (25): 4686-4690
  • nu(tau) helicity from h(+/-) energy correlations PHYSICAL REVIEW D Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Zhou, G. J., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Hill, T. S., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Lee, S. J., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X. 1997; 55 (11): 7291-7295
  • Measurement of the direct photon spectrum in Y(1S) decays PHYSICAL REVIEW D Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sivertz, M., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Casse, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Loner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, I., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, C. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. R., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, H., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. R. 1997; 55 (9): 5273-5281
  • Study of the B-0 semileptonic decay spectrum at the Y(4S) resonance PHYSICS LETTERS B Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, J., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J. 1997; 399 (3-4): 321-328
  • Analysis of D+->K-S((0))K+ and D+->K-S((0))pi(+) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. J., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M. 1997; 78 (17): 3261-3265
  • Search for neutrinoless tau decays: tau->e gamma and tau->mu gamma PHYSICAL REVIEW D Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J. 1997; 55 (7): R3919-R3923
  • Observation of two excited charmed baryons decaying into Lambda(+)(c)pi(+/-) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Kim, D. Y., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Smith, A., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Staeck, J., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., Frasconi, F., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Perera, L., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Lange, D. J., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Athanas, M., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J. 1997; 78 (12): 2304-2308
  • Experimental tests of lepton universality in tau decay PHYSICAL REVIEW D Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fisher, K. D., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Spencer, M. B., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Menon, N., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Frasconi, F., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Viehhauser, G., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Godang, R., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Greene, R., Perera, L. P., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Sivertz, M., Sharma, V., Gronberg, J., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ecklund, K. M., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Athanas, M., Avery, P., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Gao, Y. S., Kim, D. Y., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Hans, R. M., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Marsh, M. A., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, R., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F. 1997; 55 (5): 2559-2576
  • Search for phi mesons in tau lepton decay PHYSICAL REVIEW D Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Smith, A., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Staeck, J., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Lange, D. J., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C. 1997; 55 (3): R1119-R1123
  • First measurement of the B->pi l nu and B->rho(omega)l nu branching fractions PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Smith, A., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fujino, D., Fulton, R., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., White, C., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Battle, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Sparks, K., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Staeck, J., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Lange, D. J., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G. 1996; 77 (25): 5000-5004
  • A search for nonresonant B+->h(+)h(-)h(+) decays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., JOHNSON, E., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., McLean, K. W., Patel, P. M., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Darling, C., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Smith, A., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Anastassov, A., Blinov, S., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Hart, T., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Ugolini, D., Wang, R., Zhou, X., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Staeck, J., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., Frasconi, F., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Schuh, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Godang, R., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Perera, L., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Lange, D. J., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Foland, A. D., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Hopman, P. I., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Ogg, M., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Athanas, M., Jones, C. D., Lohner, M., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Zheng, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Kim, D. Y., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Li, Y., Rodriguez, J. L. 1996; 77 (22): 4503-4507
  • Measurement of the tau lepton lifetime PHYSICS LETTERS B Balest, R., Behrens, B. H., Cho, K., Daoudi, M., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Karliner, I., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., ONEILL, J. J., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Smith, A., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Athar, S. B., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miller, D. H., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Maravin, Y., Narsky, I., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Staeck, J., Volobouev, I., Ye, J., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Lai, I. C., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Bonvicini, G., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Lange, D. J., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S. 1996; 388 (2): 402-408
  • Analysis of D-0->K(K)over-bar-X decays PHYSICAL REVIEW D Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F. 1996; 54 (7): 4211-4220
  • Observation of an excited charmed baryon decaying into Xi(c)(0)pi(+) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, K., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, L. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N. 1996; 77 (5): 810-813
  • Search for a vector glueball by a scan of the J/psi resonance PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Fero, M., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., Hatanaka, M., He, J., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Huang, Y. Z., Izen, J. M., Jia, Q. P., Jiang, C. H., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Ke, Z. J., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. K., Kong, D., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. Q., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X. H., Li, X. N., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, J. G., Luo, S. Q., Luo, Y., Ma, A. M., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, H. S., Mao, Z. P., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Palusselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, J., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qu, N. D., Que, Y. K., Quigley, J., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, B. W., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Shi, X. R., Smith, A., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Torrence, E., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, Y. Y., Wei, C. L., Whittaker, S., Wilson, R., Wisniewski, W. J., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xiong, W. J., Xu, D. Z., Xu, R. S., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yamamoto, R., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, J., Yang, W., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. W., Ye, S. Z., Young, K., Yu, S. C., Yu, C. X., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, H. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, P. D., Zhao, W. R., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A., Zioulas, G. 1996; 54 (1): 1221-1224
  • Measurement of the branching fraction for D-s(-)->phi pi(-) PHYSICS LETTERS B Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartlet, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, E., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Payne, D., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G. 1996; 378 (1-4): 364-372
  • Decays of tau leptons to final states containing K-S(0) mesons PHYSICAL REVIEW D Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, L., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R. 1996; 53 (11): 6037-6053
  • First observation of the decay tau(-)->K-eta nu(tau) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X. 1996; 76 (22): 4119-4123
  • Measurement of the form factors for (B)over-bar(0)->D*(+)l(-)(nu)over-bar PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brewer, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Norberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Freyberger, A., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Cinabro, D., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., OGG, H., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F. 1996; 76 (21): 3898-3902
  • A measurement of B(D-0->K-pi(+)pi(0))/B(D-0->K-pi(+)) PHYSICS LETTERS B Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D. 1996; 373 (4): 334-338
  • Limits on flavor changing neutral currents in D-0 meson Decays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Freyberger, A., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Cinabro, D., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S. M., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, G. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P. P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Anderson, S., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V., Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R. R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J. J., Sung, M., Undrus, A., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Yurko, M., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., Greene, R., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S. 1996; 76 (17): 3065-3069
  • Tau decays into three charged leptons and two neutrinos PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Alam, M. S., Kim, I. J., Ling, Z., Mahmood, A. H., ONEILL, J. J., Severini, H., Sun, C. R., Timm, S., Wappler, F., Duboscq, J. E., Fulton, R., Fujino, D., Gan, K. K., Honscheid, K., Kagan, H., Kass, R., Lee, J., Sung, M., White, C., Wanke, R., Wolf, A., Zoeller, M. M., Fu, X., Nemati, B., Richichi, S. J., Ross, W. R., Skubic, P., Wood, M., Bishai, M., Fast, J., Gerndt, E., Hinson, J. W., Miao, T., Miller, D. H., MODESITT, M., Shibata, E. I., Shipsey, I. P., Wang, P. N., Gibbons, L., Johnson, S. D., Kwon, Y., Roberts, S., Thorndike, E. H., Jessop, C. P., Lingel, K., Marsiske, H., PERL, M. L., Schaffner, S. F., Wang, R., Coan, T. E., Dominick, J., Fadeyev, V., Korolkov, I., Lambrecht, M., Sanghera, S., Shelkov, V., Stroynowski, R., Volobouev, I., Wei, G., Artuso, M., Efimov, A., Gao, M., Goldberg, M., He, D., Horwitz, N., Kopp, S., Moneti, G. C., Mountain, R., Mukhin, Y., Playfer, S., Skwarnicki, T., Stone, S., Xing, X., Bartelt, J., Csorna, S. E., Jain, V., Marka, S., Gibaut, D., Kinoshita, K., Pomianowski, P., Schrenk, S., Barish, B., Chadha, M., Chan, S., Eigen, G., Miller, J. S., OGRADY, C., Schmidtler, M., Urheim, J., Weinstein, A. J., Wurthwein, F., Asner, D. M., Athanas, M., Bliss, D. W., Brower, W. S., Masek, G., Paar, H. P., Gronberg, J., Korte, C. M., Kutschke, R., Menary, S., Morrison, R. J., Nakanishi, S., Nelson, H. N., Nelson, T. K., Qiao, C., Richman, J. D., Roberts, D., Ryd, A., Tajima, H., Witherell, M. S., Balest, R., Cho, K., Ford, W. T., Lohner, M., Park, H., Rankin, P., Roy, J., Smith, J. G., Alexander, J. P., Bebek, C., Berger, B. E., Berkelman, K., Bloom, K., Cassel, D. G., Cho, H. A., Coffman, D. M., Crowcroft, D. S., Dickson, M., Drell, P. S., Dumas, D. J., Ehrlich, R., Elia, R., Gaidarev, P., Galik, R. S., Gittelman, B., Gray, S. W., Hartill, D. L., Heltsley, B. K., Jones, C. D., Jones, S. L., Kandaswamy, J., Katayama, N., Kim, P. C., Kreinick, D. L., Lee, T., Liu, Y., Ludwig, G. S., Masui, J., Mevissen, J., Mistry, N. B., Ng, C. R., Nordberg, E., Patterson, J. R., Peterson, D., Riley, D., Soffer, A., Ward, C., Avery, P., Freyberger, A., Prescott, C., Yang, S., Yelton, J., Brandenburg, G., Briere, R. A., Cinabro, D., Liu, T., Saulnier, M., Wilson, R., Yamamoto, H., Browder, T. E., Li, F., Rodriguez, J. L., Bergfeld, T., Eisenstein, B. I., Ernst, J., Gladding, F. E., Gollin, G. D., Palmer, M., Selen, M., Thaler, J. J., Edwards, K. W., McLean, K. W., Ogg, M., Bellerive, A., Britton, D. I., Janicek, R., MacFarlane, D. B., Patel, P. M., Spaan, B., Sadoff, A. J., Ammar, R., Baringer, P., Bean, A., Besson, D., Coppage, D., Copty, N., Davis, R., Hancock, N., Kotov, S., Kravchenko, I., Kwak, N., Kubota, Y., Lattery, M., Nelson, J. K., Patton, S., Poling, R., Riehle, T., Savinov, V. 1996; 76 (15): 2637-2641
  • Measurement of the mass of the tau lepton PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., BECKERSZENDY, R. A., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, H. C., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gao, W. X., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., Hatanaka, M., He, J., HE, K. R., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Huang, Y. Z., Izen, J. M., Jia, Q. P., Jiang, C. H., Jiang, Z. Z., Jin, S., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Ke, Z. J., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. K., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. Q., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X. H., Li, X. N., Li, Y. S., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, F., Lu, J. G., Luo, Y., Ma, A. M., Ma, D. H., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, H. S., Mao, Z. P., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Marsiske, H., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Paluselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, G., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qi, N. D., Que, Y. K., Quigley, J., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, B. W., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Shi, X. R., Smith, A., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Torrence, E., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, Y. Y., Wei, C. L., Whittaker, S., Wilson, R., Wisniewski, W. J., Wu, Y. G., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xie, X. X., Xiong, W. J., Xu, D. Z., Xu, M. K., Xu, R. S., Xu, Y. D., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yamamoto, R., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, J., Yang, W., Yao, H. B., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. W., Ye, S. Z., Yu, C. S., Yu, C. X., Yu, Y. H., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zeng, J. Y., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, H. W., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, P. D., Zhao, W. R., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, H. G., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A., Zioulas, G. 1996; 53 (1): 20-34
  • Direct measurement of the D-3 branching fraction to phi pi PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, H. C., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Fero, M., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gao, W. X., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., Hatanaka, M., He, J., HE, K. R., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, H. B., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Huang, Y. Z., Izen, J. M., Jia, Q. P., Jiang, C. H., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. K., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. Q., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X., Li, X. N., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, J. G., Ma, A. M., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, H. S., Mao, Z. P., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Paluselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, J., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qi, N. D., Que, Y. K., Quigley, J., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Shi, X. R., Smith, A., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Torrence, E., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, W., Wang, Y. Y., Whittaker, S., Wilson, R., Wisniewski, W. J., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xu, D. Z., Xu, R. S., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yamamoto, R., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, W., Yao, H. B., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. Z., Yu, C. S., Yu, C. X., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, P. D., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, W. X., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A., Zioulas, G. 1995; 52 (7): 3781-3784
  • DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE PSEUDOSCALAR DECAY CONSTANT, F(D-S) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bai, J. Z., Bardon, O., Blum, I., Breakstone, A., Burnett, T., Chen, G. P., Chen, H. F., Chen, J., Chen, S. J., Chen, S. M., Chen, Y., Chen, Y. B., Chen, Y. Q., Cheng, B. S., Cowan, R. F., Cui, H. C., Cui, X. Z., Ding, H. L., Du, Z. Z., Dunwoodie, W., Fan, X. L., Fang, J., Fero, M., Gao, C. S., Gao, M. L., Gao, S. Q., Gao, W. X., Gratton, P., Gu, J. H., Gu, S. D., Gu, W. X., Gu, Y. F., Guo, Y. N., Han, S. W., Han, Y., Harris, F. A., Hatanaka, M., He, J., HE, K. R., He, M., Hitlin, D. G., Hu, G. Y., Hu, H. B., Hu, T., Hu, X. Q., Huang, D. Q., Huang, Y. Z., Izen, J. M., Jia, Q. P., Jiang, C. H., Jin, Y., Jones, L., Kang, S. H., Kelsey, M. H., Kim, B. K., Lai, Y. F., Lan, H. B., Lang, P. F., Lankford, A., Li, F., Li, J., Li, P. Q., Li, Q., Li, R. B., Li, W., Li, W. D., Li, W. G., Li, X., Li, X. N., Lin, S. Z., Liu, H. M., Liu, J. H., Liu, Q., Liu, R. G., Liu, Y., Liu, Z. A., Lou, X. C., Lowery, B., Lu, J. G., Ma, A. M., Ma, E. C., Ma, J. M., Mao, H. S., Mao, Z. P., Malchow, R., Mandelkern, M., Meng, X. C., Ni, H. L., Nie, J., Olsen, S. L., Oyang, J., Paluselli, D., Pan, L. J., Panetta, J., Porter, F., Prabhakar, E., Qi, N. D., Que, Y. K., Quigley, J., Rong, G., Schernau, M., Schmid, B., Schultz, J., Shao, Y. Y., Shen, D. L., Shen, H., Shen, X. Y., Sheng, H. Y., Shi, H. Z., Shi, X. R., Smith, A., Soderstrom, E., Song, X. F., Standifird, J., Stoker, D., Sun, F., Sun, H. S., Sun, S. J., Synodinos, J., Tan, Y. P., Tang, S. Q., Toki, W., Tong, G. L., Torrence, E., Wang, F., Wang, L. S., Wang, L. Z., Wang, M., Wang, P., Wang, P. L., Wang, S. M., Wang, T. J., Wang, W., Wang, Y. Y., Whittaker, S., Wilson, R., Wisniewski, W. J., Xi, D. M., Xia, X. M., Xie, P. P., Xu, D. Z., Xu, R. S., Xu, Z. Q., Xue, S. T., Yamamoto, R., Yan, J., Yan, W. G., Yang, C. M., Yang, C. Y., Yang, W., Yao, H. B., Ye, M. H., Ye, S. Z., Yu, C. S., Yu, C. X., Yu, Z. Q., Yuan, C. Z., Zhang, B. Y., Zhang, C. C., Zhang, D. H., Zhang, H. L., Zhang, J., Zhang, J. W., Zhang, L. S., Zhang, S. Q., Zhang, Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Zhao, D. X., Zhao, J. W., Zhao, M., Zhao, P. D., Zhao, W. R., Zhao, W. X., Zheng, J. P., Zheng, L. S., Zheng, Z. P., Zhou, G. P., Zhou, H. S., Zhou, L., Zhou, X. F., Zhou, Y. H., Zhu, Q. M., Zhu, Y. C., Zhu, Y. S., Zhuang, B. A., Zioulas, G. 1995; 74 (23): 4599-4602
  • AN EVALUATION OF GENETIC-HETEROGENEITY IN 145 BREAST-CANCER OVARIAN-CANCER FAMILIES AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS Narod, S. A., Ford, D., Devilee, P., Barkardottir, R. B., Lynch, H. T., Smith, S. A., Ponder, B. A., Weber, B. L., Garber, J. E., Birch, J. M., CORNELIS, R. S., KELSELL, D. P., SPURR, N. K., Smyth, E., Haites, N., Sobol, H., Bignon, Y. J., CHANGCLAUDE, J., Hamann, U., Lindblom, A., Borg, A., Piver, M. S., Gallion, H. H., Struewing, J. P., Whittemore, A., Tonin, P., Goldgar, D. E., Easton, D. F., MILNER, B., Allan, L., Simard, J., Rommens, J., MCGILLIVRAY, B., Green, R., Ives, E., Boyd, N., Rosen, B., Cole, D., Morgan, K., Moslehi, R., Ponder, B., Peto, J., Smith, S., Stratton, M., DiCioccio, R. A., Gallion, H., SANTIBANEZKOREF, M. S., Teare, M. D., Evans, D. G., STOPPALYONNET, D., Lalle, P., Bonaiti, C., Essioux, L., Girodet, C., MAUGARDLOUBOUTIN, C., NICOLLEAU, G., Longy, M., Toulouse, C., HORSTEIN, I., Birnbaum, D., Eisinger, F., KARENGUEVEN, F., Noguchi, T., Hardouin, A., Rio, P., MACHELARDROUMAGNAC, M., Nogues, C., COHENHAGUENAUER, O., Lortholary, A., Bay, J. O., Arason, A., BARKDARDOTTIR, R. B., Egilsson, V., Bishop, D. T., Kelsell, D., Murday, V. A., Solomon, E., Spurr, N., Turner, G., Lenoir, G., Feunteun, J., Lynch, H., Lynch, J., Watson, P., Conway, T., Bonnardel, C., Serova, O., Torchard, D., Larsson, C., Vasen, H., VANLEEUWEN, I., Cornelisse, C. J., Steel, M., Porter, D., Cohen, B. B., Carothers, A., CANNONALBRIGHT, L. A., Goldgar, D., Skolnick, M., Becher, H., Johannsson, O., Weber, B., Collins, F., Boehnke, M., Garber, J., Li, F. 1995; 56 (1): 254-264

    Abstract

    The breast-ovary cancer-family syndrome is a dominant predisposition to cancer of the breast and ovaries which has been mapped to chromosome region 17q12-q21. The majority, but not all, of breast-ovary cancer families show linkage to this susceptibility locus, designated BRCA1. We report here the results of a linkage analysis of 145 families with both breast and ovarian cancer. These families contain either a total of three or more cases of early-onset (before age 60 years) breast cancer or ovarian cancer. All families contained at least one case of ovarian cancer. Overall, an estimated 76% of the 145 families are linked to the BRCA1 locus. None of the 13 families with cases of male breast cancer appear to be linked, but it is estimated that 92% (95% confidence interval 76%-100%) of families with no male breast cancer and with two or more ovarian cancers are linked to BRCA1. These data suggest that the breast-ovarian cancer-family syndrome is genetically heterogeneous. However, the large majority of families with early-onset breast cancer and with two or more cases of ovarian cancer are likely to be due to BRCA1 mutations.

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