By Pigott R., Power Ch.

Comprises over 50 entries on all at present cloned and characterised mobile adhesion molecules, together with the households of: integrins, cadherins, selectins, contributors of the immunoglobulin superfamily and different appropriate receptors.Provides info on: substitute nomenclature, tissue distribution and law of expression, ligands, gene employer and chromosomal situation, protein constitution and molecular weights, amino acid series of the main ordinarily studied organisms, Pir, Swissprot and Embl/GenBank accession numbers, organic functionality, key references.

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1. Since the peak intensities of laser pulses used in experiments are ∼1018 W/cm2 , hydrogen, helium and the first five ionization states of nitrogen are fully ionized at the leading edge of the drive pulse. When the laser intensity is below the barrier suppression level, the ionization of an atom can occur through tunneling ionization. 2 GV/cm is the ionization field of hydrogen, and E L is the laser field. Unlike the outer five electrons of nitrogen atoms that are ionized at the leading edge of the laser pulse, the inner sixth and seventh electrons are ionized near the peak of the laser field.

The strength of self-focusing is estimated with P/Pc (P ∇ Pc indicates greater self-focusing effect) as discussed in Sect. 3. Experiments presented in this subsection were performed using the same r0 and ωτ as the self-trapping experiment while varying the laser energy and plasma density to change a0 , n 0 , rm and P/Pc . 3 shows P/Pc for three different laser powers used in the experiment. For a lower laser power, the plasma density was raised to increase P/Pc and achieve stronger self-focusing in the plasma.

In a staged LPA, production of a high quality e-beam is more critical than ever since the e-beam must be transferred to the sequential stage and accelerated in a controlled manner. 7 J on target with 40 TW peak power since the pulses are not split. The experimental layout is shown in Fig. 1. TREX laser pulses were focused onto plasma targets with a focal spot size of r0 ∼ 20 µm using an off-axis parabolic mirror at f/20, the same as the staging experiment. The input energy of each laser pulse was measured by a photodiode that was calibrated to the energy on target.

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