LCLS

AcronymDefinition
LCLSLinac Coherent Light Source (Stanford linear accerator center)
LCLSLee County Library System (Fort Myers, Florida)
LCLSLackawanna County Library System (Pennsylvania)
LCLSLewis and Clark Library System (Edwardsville, IL)
LCLSLincoln County Library System (Wyoming)
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For more than 99% of A-T patients, nuclear lysates from LCLs fail to produce or produce only trace amounts of ATM protein (2).
The LCLS experiment also showed researchers how the electronic structure of the sample rearranged into non-conducting "islands" surrounded by electrically conducting regions, which began to form just hundreds of quadrillionths of a second after a laser pulse struck the sample.
For establishing LCL from peripheral blood in vitro, this potent T-cell response has to be inhibited, either by using immunosuppressants like cyclosporine A (CSA) or by removing T cells from the cell population.
While the powerful X-rays of LCLS inevitably destroy the samples being studied, delaying damage -- even for millionths of billionths of a second -- can prove critical in producing detailed images and other data.
"LCLS will be the world's first x-ray free electron laser and will provide a powerful combination of laser properties delivered at x-ray wavelengths," says Keith Hodgson, director of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (SSRL) at SLAC.
In our experience, laboratories whose 95% and 99% LCLs or UCLs or range limits exceed the network's maximum allowable limits are more likely to fall outside the criteria on the monthly performance criteria.
Self-seeding has the potential to produce X-ray pulses with significantly higher intensity than the current LCLS performance.
But until 2009, when LCLS turned on, no X-ray source was powerful enough to create this type of laser.
To make the atom laser, LCLS's powerful X-ray pulses - each a billion times brighter than any available before - knocked electrons out of the inner shells of many of the neon atoms in the capsule.