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JADT 2016 - Statistical Analysis of Textual Data
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Damon Mayaffre, Céline Poudat, Laurent Vanni, Véronique Magri, Peter Follette
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Damon Mayaffre; Céline Poudat; Laurent Vanni; Véronique Magri; Peter Follette. JADT 2016 - Statistical Analysis of Textual Data, Jun 2016, Nice, France. 2, Presses de FacImprimeur, 862 p., 2016, 978-2-7466-9067-7
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2016
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Proceedings of 13 th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data 7-10 June 2016 - Nice
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Needs and Niches: Comparing the related Background and Introduction sections of patents and research articles.
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Peter Follette
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36th International GERAS Conference, Mar 2015, Bordeaux, France. 2015
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2015
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Patents represent a critically important research genre in numerous scientific and technological fields, yet their rhetorical and other linguistic features remain underexplored relative to those of the related and much more extensively studied research article. While patents share many common elements with research articles, and sometimes even cover the exact same scientific discoveries as articles, they differ from articles in substantial ways, largely due to differences in their communicative purposes, their intended readerships, and the presence of significant legal constraints that govern many aspects of patent construction. Here, I present a comparative analysis of a corpus containing pairs of U.S. patents and published research articles covering equivalent scientific discoveries in the area of biotechnology. For this analysis, I have focused on the “Background of the Invention” section of the patents and the Introduction section of the research articles. Research article Introductions are perhaps the most widely studied of all sections of IMRAD-type articles, often displaying a rhetorical structure as described by Swales’s CARS model (Swales, 1990, 2004). While the Background section of patents may address similar scientific elements as article Introductions and may thus be expected to include aspects of the CARS model, the two sections often show fundamentally differences, including with respect to their rhetorical structures, the way in which cited work is addressed, and hedging. These differences, and their functional relations to the divergent communicative purposes of each genre, will be addressed.
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Guidelines for Teaching English-Language Scientific Writing to Non-Native Speakers
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Peter Follette, Anthony Saber
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[Technical Report] UMR7320. 2014
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2014
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Rapport
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Spatiotemporal regulation of Rho1 and Cdc42 activity during Candida albicans filamentous growth.
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V Corvest, Stéphanie Bogliolo, Peter Follette, Robert A Arkowitz, Martine Bassilana
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Molecular Microbiology, Wiley, 2013, 89 (4), pp.626-48. 〈10.1111/mmi.12302〉
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2013
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Rho G-proteins are critical for polarized growth, yet little is known about the dynamics of their activation during fungal filamentous growth. We first investigated the roles of Rho1 and Rho2 during Candida albicans filamentous growth. Our results show that Rho1 is required for invasive filamentous growth and that Rho2 is not functionally redundant with Rho1. Using fluorescent reporters, we examined the dynamics of the active form of Rho1 and Cdc42 during initiation and maintenance of hyphal growth. Quantitative analyses indicated that the distribution, but not the level, of these active G-proteins is altered during initial polarization upon germ tube emergence. A comparison of the dynamics of these active G-proteins during budding and hyphal growth indicates that a higher concentration of active Cdc42 was recruited to the germ tube tip than to the bud tip. During hyphal elongation, active Cdc42 remained tightly restricted to the hyphal tip, whereas active Rho1 was broadly associated with the apex and subsequently recruited to the cell division site. Furthermore, our data suggest that phosphoinositide-bis-phosphates are critical to stabilize active Rho1 at the growth site. Together, our results point towards different regulation of Cdc42 and Rho1 activity during initiation and maintenance of filamentous growth.
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Spatiotemporal regulation of Rho1 and Cdc42 activity during Candida albicans filamentous growth.
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Vincent Corvest, Stéphanie Bogliolo, Peter Follette, Robert A Arkowitz, Martine Bassilana
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Molecular Microbiology, Wiley, 2013, 89 (4), pp.626-48. 〈10.1111/mmi.12302〉
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2013
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Rho G-proteins are critical for polarized growth, yet little is known about the dynamics of their activation during fungal filamentous growth. We first investigated the roles of Rho1 and Rho2 during Candida albicans filamentous growth. Our results show that Rho1 is required for invasive filamentous growth and that Rho2 is not functionally redundant with Rho1. Using fluorescent reporters, we examined the dynamics of the active form of Rho1 and Cdc42 during initiation and maintenance of hyphal growth. Quantitative analyses indicated that the distribution, but not the level, of these active G-proteins is altered during initial polarization upon germ tube emergence. A comparison of the dynamics of these active G-proteins during budding and hyphal growth indicates that a higher concentration of active Cdc42 was recruited to the germ tube tip than to the bud tip. During hyphal elongation, active Cdc42 remained tightly restricted to the hyphal tip, whereas active Rho1 was broadly associated with the apex and subsequently recruited to the cell division site. Furthermore, our data suggest that phosphoinositide-bis-phosphates are critical to stabilize active Rho1 at the growth site. Together, our results point towards different regulation of Cdc42 and Rho1 activity during initiation and maintenance of filamentous growth.
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Analysis of noun phrase usage in English-language research articles written by native and non-native speaking scientists
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Peter Follette
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33ème Congrès du GERAS, Mar 2012, Grenoble, France. 2012
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2012
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Communication dans un congrès
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Morphogenesis in Candida albicans: How to Stay Focused
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Martine Bassilana, Peter Follette
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Jose Perez Martin, Antonio Di Pietro. Morphogenesis and Pathogenicity in Fungi, Springer, pp.133-161, 2012
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2012
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Corpora and academic writing: A contrastive analysis of research articles in biology and linguistics
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Céline Poudat, Peter Follette
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Alex Boulton, Elizabeth Rowley-Jolivet, Shirley Carter-Thomas. Corpus-Informed Research and Learning in ESP: Issues and Applications, John Benjamins, pp.167-191, 2012
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2012
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Corpora and academic writing: A contrastive analysis of research articles in biology and linguistics
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Céline Poudat, Peter Follette
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Genre Variation in English Academic Communication (Cerlis 2011), Jun 2011, Bergamo, Italy. 2011
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2011
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Indian Science: Steps to Excellence
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Jagadeesh Bayry, Srini Kaveri, Peter Follette
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Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2011, pp.29-30
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2011
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