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We selected five alternative energy ETFs based on market cap, liquidity and potential stock growth this year. All the ETFsrallied throughout 2017 but havesee-sawed so far in the firsthalf of 2018.All performance figures are currentas of June 22, 2018.

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TAN
Invesco Solar
23.15
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TAN tracks the Mac Global Solar Energy Index, which tracks 22 stocks as of June 14.. The fund keeps 90% of its investments in securities from the index.

While the ETF has been volatile in the past, it had a banner year in 2017, rising nearly 50% on growing demand for solar power versus other alternative energy sources, on a global level. The ETF has an appealing dividend yield, looks to continue benefiting from solar demand in 2018 and doesn't seem to be hurt by any talk of the Trump administration potentially cutting resources for alternative energy.

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25.13
+0.08%

PBW provides exposure to U.S. companies engaged in the business of advancement of cleaner energy and conservation. It follows the WilderHill Clean Energy Index and invests at least 90% of its assets in stocks from the index. The ETF holds about 40 stocks in its basket with none holding more than 4.4% of the total assets.

QCLN
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19.64
+0.77%

QCLNis for investors who want to focus on green energy. This ETF tracks theNasdaqClean Edge Green Energy Index, with 39 stocks in its portfolio.

In addition to investing 90% of its assets in stocks from the index,QCLN weights its investments so that larger companies have a larger weighting. This is known as market-cap weighting. Despite this effort, the money managers place limits on how much money can be put into any given stock to avoid over-exposure to large stocks in the index.

GEX
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57.69
+0.11%

This ETF tracks theArdourGlobal Index. The focus here is companies -- as of this writing, some 30 stocks -- in any area that is considered alternative energy.

The definition of “alternative energy” for this ETF is any company that provides power through environmentally-conscious means. There are small- and mid-cap companies in the portfolio, as well as foreign companies.

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8.80
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The SP Global Clean Energy Index is the benchmark for this ETF, which maintains a 90% concentration of assets from the index. Up to 10% of assets may be in futures , options and David Tate Dainty OJ8LSl
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SLFN4 cells track to the stomach after infection. () Schematic diagram of () mice generated. () Protocol to lineage trace SLFN4-expressing cells from the bone marrow to peripheral organs. WT versus chimeric mice reconstituted with bone marrow were treated with Tx 2 weeks prior to euthanization. Shown is the percentage of SLFN4 cells in the () bone marrow, () spleen, and () corpus by flow cytometry, plotted as the median and interquartile range for = 8–10 mice per group over 3 experiments. Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA with Dunn’s test of multiple comparisons was performed for –; * < 0.05. The corpus was analyzed for () mRNA by RT-qPCR and () tdT, SLFN4, and GAPDH protein by Western blot for = 8–10 mice. One-way ANOVA followed by Tukey’s multiple comparisons test on log-transformed RT-qPCR values was performed for ; ** < 0.01. UT, untreated. () Representative images from = 5 mouse corpora infected for 4 months showing SLFN4-tdT red cells with E-cadherin (green) and DAPI. Left: original magnification, ×200. White box region enlarged in the middle (tdT and DAPI) and right (DAPI only) panels (magnification, ×1,000). Asterisks indicate granulocytic nuclear morphology. () Giemsa stain of SLFN4-tdT cells sorted from = 3 infected mouse stomachs (original magnification, ×600) showing granulocytic and monocytic cells enumerated per 100 cells. Black box indicates enlarged region (original magnification, ×1,000).

SLFN4 marks MDSCs in the gastric mucosa. Ectopic expression of SHH increased the number of cells that were CD11b + Gr-1 + SLFN4 + 4 months after infection compared with WT mice that acquired the same cell population at 6 months ( Supplemental Figure 6 ). Mouse MDSC markers are defined as CD11b + Gr-1 + and subdivided into monocytic (Ly6G Ly6C hi ) and granulocytic (Ly6G + Ly6C lo ) subtypes. Analysis for Gr-1 subunits confirmed that the SLFN4 + cells from bone marrow, spleen, and stomach were Ly6G + Ly6C lo , consistent with a granulocytic MDSC phenotype (Gr-MDSCs) ( Cordani Nevins QHCvU
). Next, we queried whether the gastric SLFN4 + population acquired the ability to suppress T cells. MDSCs suppress T cells in part by depleting l -arginine from the microenvironment. l -Arginine depletion by MDSCs suppresses CD3- ζ chain biosynthesis, which subsequently blocks T cell proliferation during the G 0 –G 1 phase of the cell cycle, ultimately reducing T cell cytokine production ( 20 ). MDSCs express high levels of inducible NOS (iNOS, or NOS2) and arginase I (ARG1), which consume l -arginine in the microenvironment to produce nitric oxide and ROS ( 26 ). We found that the SLFN4 + cells were positive for iNOS in the corpus but not in the bone marrow or spleen, suggesting that acquisition of the MDSC phenotype occurred in the stomach ( Figure 4A ). Gated SLFN4 + iNOS + cells from the corpus were further identified as ARG1 + cells. Indeed, further analysis of these cells in the stomach demonstrated colocalization of SLFN4-tdT with iNOS and ARG1 ( Comfortiva Calina 5bkf6n
). A CFSE-based T cell suppression assay was performed to detect the suppressive function of SLFN4 + cells. When the SLFN4 + cells from the stomach were sorted and cocultured with activated T cells, we observed a 52% suppression of T cell activation with the SLFN4 + cells isolated from the stomach, but only minimal suppression when the SLFN4 + cells were isolated from the bone marrow or spleen ( GUESS Lillac 1vRiEiW6q
). Tregs exhibited a 62% suppression of T cell activation. Therefore, we concluded that the appearance of SLFN4 + cells in the stomach was a three-step process requiring a pool of circulating SLFN4 + cells (which was expanded by SHH overexpression), accumulation of these cells in the corpus in response to the Helicobacter infection, and then acquisition of the ability to suppress T cell proliferation.

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A Month-by-Month Guide to the Wildebeest Migration

It is rated as one of the world's most spectacular natural events - every year over a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate clockwise around theSerengeti-Masai Maraecosystem, taking in two different countries and making time for birthing, courting and mating on the way.

But the trouble with theWildebeest Migrationis that if you get your timing wrong, you will end up gazing out over a wildebeest-less savannah and wondering where all the animals went. You need to work outwhere to goand when.

The herds spread out in vast numbers on the southern Serengeti plains.

Based on historical data, this guide is not infallible (changing rainfall patterns make predicting the Migration an inexact science) but it will give you an idea of where the herds are likely to be.

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Why go to Serengeti for Safari? Why go to Masai Mara for Safari? Why go on a Wildebeest Migration Safari?

JANUARY: The herds are in Tanzania'sSerengeti, moving south from the north-east region and into the southern Serengeti, Ndutu area and Ngorongoro Conservation area - which often means out of the confines of the (unfenced) national park itself. It is calving season - prepare yourself for lots of wobbly babies... and lots of heartbreak as predators swoop in.

FEBRUARY: The good grazing of the Southern Serengeti, Ndutu and Ngorongoro Conservation areas means the herds remain in the far south.

MARCH: They are still in the south but the grasses have all been munched up, the last calves born and the herds are starting to gather in preparation for the next leg.

APRIL: Make sure you are on the southern Serengeti plains - the wildebeest begin their northward journey, and many have left already and are in the central and even western Serengeti.

Serengeti Under CanvasandOlakira Campare mobile tented camps that follow the Wildebeest Migration across the Serengeti plains.

Opportunistic predators follow the herds, always looking for an easy kill...
Your senses will be on overdrive as you drive through stomping, bellowing herds of wildebeest.

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MAY: Wagons roll! The massed herds are on the go, huge columns of up to 40km in length can be seen as the wildebeest funnel up into the central and western Serengeti.

JUNE: Head for the central and western Serengeti - the herds are there and getting ready for the toughest part of their odyssey.

JULY: Book early - it is the Big Event: river crossings. The herds have reached the western Serengeti and Grumeti Reserves and are peering closely at the brown waters of the rivers they have to cross. Why? Huge Nile crocodiles, that is why.

AUGUST: The survivors celebrate by feasting in the northern Serengeti and begin crossing back into Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve . You need a passport to cross; the wildebeest are exempt.

Serengeti Migration Campis centrally located for all the action; on the Masai Mara side,Governors' Il MoranandRekero Campare both excellent options.

The eventful river crossings are bittersweet moments for the herds.
The herds cross the Grumeti Mara Rivers during July August - the most dramatic aspect of the Migration.

SEPTEMBER: The herds break up into smaller groups - about half of the animals remain in the northern Serengeti, the rest are swapping stories in the Masai Mara ('Did you hear that Nigel didn't make it across the Grumeti?').

OCTOBER: Your best bet is the Masai Mara but bear in mind it is a far smaller reserve than the Serengeti and there may be a lot of other visitors. The conservancies in the Mara are much less crowded and, not only will you stil be able to witness the Migration, you will also be benefitting the Maasai communities who have lived there for thousands of years.

NOVEMBER: The short rains have begun, propelling the wildebeest to leave the now denuded grasslands of the Masai Mara and back into the rejuvenated Serengeti.

DECEMBER: Fresh grazing sees the wildebeest clustered in the north-eastern Serengeti (around Lobo in particular) as well as the southern Serengeti. Calving begins again, the predators move in again, and the cycle of life begins all over again.

In the Masai Mara, head forBateleur CamporSala's Camp; if you've followed the herds back into the Serengeti, mobileSerengeti Safari Campwill put you in the right place at the right time.

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