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quantification. An overlay image ( a ) was unmixed into blue hematoxylin ( b ) and red VDR ( c ). The unmixed images of dual-labeled slide enable quantification of individual, as well as overlapping signals within the same outlined lobular border. The scale bar represents 50 mm (10× magnification) in the photomicrographs. VDR, vitamin D receptor.
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On the L–1 d (December 10, 2017), the team estimated the new mass of the payload to be 441 g (initial mass of NanoLab was 498 g), which was less than that anticipated in previous feasibility studies ( Vela et al., 2017 ). This met the mass requirement of <500 g. NanoRacks provided polycarbonate standoffs placed on the outside of the NanoLab, which is a customer-developed payload package with dimensions of 10.16 cm × 10.16 cm
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a) Load combination I – symmetrical horizontal pressure and surface friction in connection with combination of randomly applied local loads on each silo ring respectively ( Fig. 5a) ,
Values of components of bulk solid pressure on the wall of the silo with diameter d c =10 m and height H =25 m during emptying on large eccentricities e 0(2) = 0 . 375 d c : a) Combination I; b) Combination II.
b) Load combination II – non-symmetrical pressure on the chamber perimeter, taking into account the