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Water–rock interactions in the Bruchsal geothermal system by U–Th series radionuclides
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2020)
Uranium and thorium decay series disequilibria in deep geothermal brines are a result of water–rock interaction processes. The migratory behavior of radionuclides provides valuable site-specific information and can therefore ...
Mantle modularity underlies the plasticity of the molluscan shell: supporting data from Cepaea nemoralis
Molluscs have evolved the capacity to fabricate a wide variety of shells over their 540+ million-year history. While modern sequencing and proteomic technologies continue to expand the catalog of molluscan shell-forming ...
Kanchan Arsenic Filters and the Future of Fe0-Based Filtration Systems for Single Household Drinking Water Supply
Biological and chemical contamination of natural water bodies is a global health risk for more than one billion people, mostly living in low-income countries. Innovative, affordable, and efficient decentralized solutions ...
The evolution of hemocyanin genes in Tectipleura: a multitude of conserved introns in highly diverse gastropods
(BioMed Central, 2021)
Background Hemocyanin is the oxygen transporter of most molluscs. Since the oxygen affinity of hemocyanin is strongly temperature-dependent, this essential protein needs to be well-adapted to the environment. ...
Tight bounds on missing late veneer in early Archean peridotite from triple oxygen isotopes
Oxygen isotopes provide a unique possibility to study Earth’s late accretion phase from a lithophile element perspective, because most carbonaceous chondrites – meteorites that likely resemble the composition of the ...
The evolution of metazoan α-carbonic anhydrases and their roles in calcium carbonate biomineralization
The carbonic anhydrase (CA; EC 220.127.116.11) superfamily is a class of ubiquitous metallo-enzymes that catalyse the reversible hydration of carbon dioxide. The α-CA family, present in all metazoan clades, is a key enzyme ...