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NCI Director Discusses the Provocative Questions Project  

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NCI Director Discusses the Provocative Questions Project NCI Director Discusses the Provocative Questions Project You will need Adobe Flash Player 8 or later and JavaScript enabled to view this video. You can view the movie here NCI Director Harold Varmus,

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Cancer Genome Anatomy Project  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The National Cancer Institute has launched the Cancer Genome Anatomy Project to "achieve a comprehensive molecular characterization of normal, precancerous, and malignant cells." Sequenced genes are held as library entries in a database and are available for downloading (fasta format). Each cDNA library entry may include biological source, number of sequences, and library construction detail information. Thousands of gene sequences are available for over 15 cancers, including breast, colon, and prostrate. Contact information for donating or obtaining tissue samples for research purposes is provided.

1997-01-01

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The mouse-human anatomy ontology mapping project  

PubMed Central

The overall objective of the Mouse–Human Anatomy Project (MHAP) was to facilitate the mapping and harmonization of anatomical terms used for mouse and human models by Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The anatomy resources designated for this study were the Adult Mouse Anatomy (MA) ontology and the set of anatomy concepts contained in the NCI Thesaurus (NCIt). Several methods and software tools were identified and evaluated, then used to conduct an in-depth comparative analysis of the anatomy ontologies. Matches between mouse and human anatomy terms were determined and validated, resulting in a highly curated set of mappings between the two ontologies that has been used by other resources. These mappings will enable linking of data from mouse and human. As the anatomy ontologies have been expanded and refined, the mappings have been updated accordingly. Insights are presented into the overall process of comparing and mapping between ontologies, which may prove useful for further comparative analyses and ontology mapping efforts, especially those involving anatomy ontologies. Finally, issues concerning further development of the ontologies, updates to the mapping files, and possible additional applications and significance were considered. Database URL: http://obofoundry.org/cgi-bin/detail.cgi?id=ma2ncit PMID:22434834

Hayamizu, Terry F.; de Coronado, Sherri; Fragoso, Gilberto; Sioutos, Nicholas; Kadin, James A.; Ringwald, Martin

2012-01-01

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Design Projects in Human Anatomy & Physiology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Very often, some type of writing assignment is required in college entry-level Human Anatomy and Physiology courses. This assignment can be anything from an essay to a research paper on the literature, focusing on a faculty-approved topic of interest to the student. As educators who teach Human Anatomy and Physiology at an urban community college,…

Polizzotto, Kristin; Ortiz, Mary T.

2008-01-01

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NCI and DOD Launch Pilot Project for Coding Cancer Grants  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Department of Defense Office of Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP), of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, announced this week the launch of a joint pilot program to test a common scientific outline.

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Life After Risk Models: An NCI Project to Develop a Web Site to Educate Cancer Information Seekers about Cancer Risk Concepts  

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Felicia M. Solomon, MPH, OESI, NCI; Margo Michaels, MPH, OESI, NCI; and Maria Sgambati, MD, DCEG, NCI, Jalaima Graham, MPH, Children’s National Medical Center, Department of Dentistry Life After Risk Models: An NCI Project to Develop a Web Site to

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Project Team Mark Teaford, Professor, Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution, School of Medicine; Michael  

E-print Network

Project Title Introduction to Human Anatomy Audience Students in the undergraduate human anatomy course offered a human anatomy course to undergraduates at Homewood, posting lecture outlines, slides), Professor Mark Teaford offered a human anatomy course to undergraduates at Homewood. He used a regional

Gray, Jeffrey J.

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Anatomy External [Sahuarita High School Career Curriculum Project].  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This course entitled "Anatomy External" is concerned with the dissection of the fetal pig, and is one of a series of instructional guides prepared by the teachers for the Sahuarita High School (Arizona) Career Curriculum Project. It consists of five units of study, and 13 behavioral objectives relating to these units are stated. The topics covered…

Esser, Robert

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NCI DTP Discovery Services  

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What's New Home Discovery Development Pathways Grants/Contracts Books/Publications Site Search Data Search What's New MicroXeno Project data now available NCI-60 characterization NCI Experimental Therapeutics Program (NExT)

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Anatomy of the Chaco cryogenic project  

SciTech Connect

In the first quarter of 1996 El Paso Field Services (EPFS) began operation of a new Chaco liquids extraction plant. The plant, located in northwest New Mexico, has the capacity to extract more natural gas liquids (NGL) than any other turboexpander plant in the lower 48 states; 50,000 b/d of NGL from 600 MMscfd of gas. Its existence is the result of El Paso`s desire to combine state-of-the-art processing with processing rates that align EPFS`s interests with the interests of the producers, in order to secure a long term competitive position in the San Juan Basin. All the project stakeholders, the producers, the liquids transporter, the construction contractor, and the processor have benefited from the project. Without regulatory reform the project would not have happened.

Milios, P.B. [El Paso Field Services, TX (United States); Harris, R.A. [ABB Randall, Houston, TX (United States)

1997-12-31

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Past Creative Connections Projects The Anatomy of Dance & American Graffiti -Shannon Leypoldt and Ching Ching Wong  

E-print Network

Past Creative Connections Projects The Anatomy of Dance & American Graffiti - Shannon Leypoldt poetry and literature to the dance floor, as well as teaching anatomy, injury prevention, and American as the assistant director for the high school's production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and says

Barrett, Jeffrey A.

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NCI Spending  

Cancer.gov

NCI’s primary mission is to conduct and fund cancer research. Approximately 80 percent of the annual NCI budget is spent on cancer research at more than 650 institutions in communities across the United States and in other countries. Approximately 15 percent of the annual NCI budget is spent on cancer research conducted at NCI in Maryland. Approximately 5 percent of the annual NCI budget is spent on administration and management.

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In Appropriations Testimony -- NCI Director Announces Cancer Deaths Plateau, Cites Success from Cancer Genome Anatomy Project  

Cancer.gov

National Cancer Institute Director Richard Klausner, M.D., today testified before the House Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations that for the first time, between 1996 and 1997, the total number of cancer deaths in the United States did not rise, despite a growing and aging population.

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Developmental Therapeutics Program NCI/NIH  

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Discovery Development Pathways Grants/Contracts Books/Publications Site Search Data Search What's New What's New MicroXeno Project data now available NCI-60 characterization NCI Experimental Therapeutics Program (NExT) Approved Oncology Drugs Set now

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Humanities in Gross Anatomy Project: A Novel Humanistic Learning Tool at Des Moines University  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This article describes the development of a Humanities in Gross Anatomy Project (HuGA) course for physical therapy students. The purpose of the course is to have physical therapy students reflect on the humanistic side of cadaver donation. Curriculum and outcomes of course are described.

Craig Canby (College of Osteopathic Medicine, Des Moines University Anatomy); Traci Bush (College of Health Sciences, Des Moines University Physical Therapy Program)

2010-02-08

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NCI Organization  

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As the nation's leading federal agency for cancer research, NCI has 30 divisions, offices, and centers who work together to build, maintain, and enhance a cohesive and comprehensive cancer research agenda.

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Pros and cons of a group webpage design project in a freshman anatomy and physiology course  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

To generate motivation and promote the development of written communication skills, students in a freshman-level anatomy and physiology course for nonmajors created group webpages describing historically important diseases. After the groups had been formed, each individual was assigned specific components of the disease (e.g., causes or treatments), which were subsequently combined into a final product. Interviews and questionnaires were used to document students' previous educational experiences regarding, and attitudes toward, the project. Students learned more about website design than about anatomy and physiology, but students preferred the assignment over traditional term papers. Although most students could find relevant information for this project on the internet, they were uncritical in judging the accuracy of the information they found.

Kevin M Crisp (St. Olaf College Biology); PhD Murray Jensen (University of Minnesota General College); Randy Moore (University of Minnesota Biology)

2007-12-01

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program NCCCP Program Advisory Committee 1 Maureen Johnson, PhD Norman Coleman, MD NCCCP Project Officer Special Advisor Special Assistant to the Director Radiation Oncology Branch, NIH 31 Center Drive

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Administrative Supplements  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) SBIR Development Center announces the opportunity for current STTR Phase I and Phase II grantees to seek supplemental project funding via the Administrative Supplement mechanism.

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Strategies to overcome barriers to accrual (BtA) to NCI-sponsored clinical trials: A project of the NCI-Myeloma Steering Committee Accrual Working Group (NCI-MYSC AWG). | accrualnet.cancer.gov  

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Weiss W ,Gertz MA,Little RF,Rajkumar Vincent,Jacobus SJ,Abonour R,Anderson KC,Barlogie B,Callander NS,Gorak EJ,Matous J,Mills GM,Kane RC,Katz MS,Jensen L,Omel J,Orlowski RZ,Richardson PGG,Munshi NC. Marshfield; Mayo; NCI; Dana-Farber; Indiana University; MIRT; University of Wisconsin; Geisinger Medical Center; Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers; LSU; FDA; IMF; Patient Advocate; MD Anderson; VA Boston Healthcare System. ASCO 2013 Annual Meeting. 2013 May 31. 2013 Jun 04.

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Message to Grantees About NCI Funding and Grant Support for FY2013  

Cancer.gov

On May 7, 2013, NCI Director Harold Varmus sent an email to all NCI grantees informing them of reductions to NCI’s budget for fiscal year 2013. The reductions, due in large part to sequestration, are spread across NCI's portfolio to protect NCI's ability to issue new and competing research project grants.

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NCI Workshop  

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NCI Workshop Advanced Technologies for Breast Cancer Radiation of Intact Breast Excellent LOCAL CONTROL (95 % at 5 years) achieved with standard dose 50 Gy Whole Breast plus boost to primary site NO NEED to Dose Escalate OARs: Skin, Lung, Heart (Left

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NCI Launches Biorepository for Prostate Cancer  

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NCI today announced a cancer biorepository pilot project designed to standardize biospecimen collection and management among investigators of the NCI's prostate cancer Specialized Programs of Research Excellence. The project will enhance the quality and availability of various biospecimens and associated data for the broader scientific community.

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NCI Digital Media Guidelines  

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NCI Digital Media Guidelines NCI Digital Media Guidelines The NCI Digital Media Guidelines provide developers and content managers guidance on the visual and content standards, as well as policies and procedures, in effect for National Cancer Institute

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CRCHD - NCI Director's Brief  

Cancer.gov

Earlier this week, NCI's Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD), along with two NIH centers, the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities and the National Center for Research Resources, hosted the 2007 Cancer Health Disparities Summit. The three-day meeting featured an impressive roster of more than 700 attendees, including investigators, healthcare professionals, community partners, program managers, project staff, and civic leaders.

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Understanding Cancer Series: Cancer Genome Project  

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This tutorial explains how the Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (CGAP) studies the molecular changes that occur in cancer genomes and shares this information with all scientists. The information in NCI's CGAP databases is being used to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

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NCI Shady Grove  

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The NCI Shady Grove location is easily accessible by both car and public transportation. NCI Shady Grove is located at 9609 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, MD, 20850 and is conveniently located in suburban Maryland between the NIH Bethesda Campus and the NCI Frederick Campus. There are ample parking spaces in the NCI Shady Grove parking garage.

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Relationship of creative projects in anatomy to medical student professionalism, test performance and stress: an exploratory study  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: The anatomy course offers important opportunities to develop professionalism at an early stage in medical education. It is an academically significant course that also engenders stress in some students. METHODS: Over a three-year period, 115 of 297 students completed creative projects. Thirty-four project completers and 47 non-completers consented to participate in the study. Projects were analyzed for professionalism themes

Johanna Shapiro; Vincent P Nguyen; Sarah Mourra; John R Boker; Marianne Ross; Trung M Thai; Robert J Leonard

2009-01-01

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NCI Color Palette  

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NCI's official colors are red and gray. To create a strong, cohesive NCI presence and an intuitive website experience, the main NCI website was designed in light of this color scheme. NCI's official colors are used consistently throughout the main NCI website to help create a uniform look for the site and to reinforce the tie between the site's home page and its constituent pages.

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NCI Meetings and Workshops  

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U.S.-Mexico Cytogenetics Laboratory Standardization ProjectApril 7-8, 2011Mexico City, MexicoThis workshop included site visits and a one-day workshop with institutions and laboratories located near Mexico City to determine the current state-of-the-science and to introduce a pilot program for the standardization of cytogenetics testing, reporting, and review. The workshop was co-organized by NCI, American Society of Hematology (ASH), and Agrupación Mexicana para el Estudio de la Hematología (AMEH).

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Characterization of apparently balanced chromosomal rearrangements from the developmental genome anatomy project.  

PubMed

Apparently balanced chromosomal rearrangements in individuals with major congenital anomalies represent natural experiments of gene disruption and dysregulation. These individuals can be studied to identify novel genes critical in human development and to annotate further the function of known genes. Identification and characterization of these genes is the goal of the Developmental Genome Anatomy Project (DGAP). DGAP is a multidisciplinary effort that leverages the recent advances resulting from the Human Genome Project to increase our understanding of birth defects and the process of human development. Clinically significant phenotypes of individuals enrolled in DGAP are varied and, in most cases, involve multiple organ systems. Study of these individuals' chromosomal rearrangements has resulted in the mapping of 77 breakpoints from 40 chromosomal rearrangements by FISH with BACs and fosmids, array CGH, Southern-blot hybridization, MLPA, RT-PCR, and suppression PCR. Eighteen chromosomal breakpoints have been cloned and sequenced. Unsuspected genomic imbalances and cryptic rearrangements were detected, but less frequently than has been reported previously. Chromosomal rearrangements, both balanced and unbalanced, in individuals with multiple congenital anomalies continue to be a valuable resource for gene discovery and annotation. PMID:18319076

Higgins, Anne W; Alkuraya, Fowzan S; Bosco, Amy F; Brown, Kerry K; Bruns, Gail A P; Donovan, Diana J; Eisenman, Robert; Fan, Yanli; Farra, Chantal G; Ferguson, Heather L; Gusella, James F; Harris, David J; Herrick, Steven R; Kelly, Chantal; Kim, Hyung-Goo; Kishikawa, Shotaro; Korf, Bruce R; Kulkarni, Shashikant; Lally, Eric; Leach, Natalia T; Lemyre, Emma; Lewis, Janine; Ligon, Azra H; Lu, Weining; Maas, Richard L; MacDonald, Marcy E; Moore, Steven D P; Peters, Roxanna E; Quade, Bradley J; Quintero-Rivera, Fabiola; Saadi, Irfan; Shen, Yiping; Shendure, Jay; Williamson, Robin E; Morton, Cynthia C

2008-03-01

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NCI Mouse Repository - Information  

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General Information About the NCI Mouse Repository Pricing Ordering Information Ordering Live Mice Ordering Cryoarchived Strains Health Reports Getting Assistance / Reporting a Problem Submitting Strains to the NCI Mouse Repository Material Transfer

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NCI Booth Activities  

Cancer.gov

NCI’s Exhibit Booth provides the opportunity to meet staff and learn more about funding and career opportunities as well as research and cancer control programs. This year NCI is located at Exhibit Booth #1719.

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78 FR 53763 - Proposed Collection; 60-day Comment Request Cancer Trials Support Unit (CTSU) (NCI)  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...Collection; 60-day Comment Request Cancer Trials Support Unit (CTSU) (NCI) SUMMARY...data collection projects, the National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes...project, contact: Michael Montello, Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program,...

2013-08-30

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The NCI-60: Assessing drug effectiveness  

Cancer.gov

For decades, lead compounds were tested principally in mice. The downsides were time, expense, and limited accuracy. Enter NCI’s In Vitro Cell Line Screening Project, better known as the NCI-60, a protocol that makes it possible to analyze the anti-cancer properties of a compound in human tumor samples from 60 different cell cultures, sometimes referred to as lines, representing several different types of cancer.

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NCI DEA - NCI Notices Related to Initiatives  

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National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Extramural Activities - Home Page Skip to Main Content Home Funding Advisory Consumer Guides FAQs & Glossary Awarded Research Division of Extramural Activities NCI Notices Related

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For NCI Grant Recipients  

Cancer.gov

NCI is aware of and responsive to the needs of grantees located in regions affected by emergencies. We recognize the likelihood of damage and loss to research infrastructure and research resources. NCI is committed to working with affected researchers and their institutions to ensure that their research efforts can continue. We stand ready to provide special assistance and address concerns about their NCI-sponsored research efforts.

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

This tool provides users an interactive overview of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) budget and Fact Book data since Fiscal Year 1999. Additional historical NCI budget information can be obtained through the NCI Fact Book Collection.

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Strategic Planning - NCI OSPA Website  

Cancer.gov

OSPA guides the NCI Divisions, Offices, and Centers (DOCs) in developing goals and strategies that will collectively help NCI achieve its vision. OSPA begins this process by educating NCI staff about the purpose, value, and process of strategic panning.

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NCI Banner and Minibanner  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/03/2012 Updated: 05/03/2012 NCI Banner and Minibanner Banner for NCI's Main Website "National Cancer Institute" Text: Univers 57 Condensed, 28pt "at the National Institutes of Health" Text: Univers Regular 11pt for "at the" and 13pt "National

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For NCI Employees & Staff  

Cancer.gov

For NCI Employees & Staff Report an Emergency NIH Bethesda (Main) Campus: From an office phone: 911 From a cell phone: (301)496-9911 Off Campus: From an office phone: 9-911 From a cell phone: 911 Please visit MyNCI.cancer.gov for detailed information

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The LINDSAY Virtual Human Project: an immersive approach to anatomy and physiology.  

PubMed

The increasing number of digital anatomy teaching software packages challenges anatomy educators on how to best integrate these tools for teaching and learning. Realistically, there exists a complex interplay of design, implementation, politics, and learning needs in the development and integration of software for education, each of which may be further amplified by the somewhat siloed roles of programmers, faculty, and students. LINDSAY Presenter is newly designed software that permits faculty and students to model and manipulate three-dimensional anatomy presentations and images, while including embedded quizzes, links, and text-based content. A validated tool measuring impact across pedagogy, resources, interactivity, freedom, granularity, and factors outside the immediate learning event was used in conjunction with observation, field notes, and focus groups to critically examine the impact of attitudes and perceptions of all stakeholders in the early implementation of LINDSAY Presenter before and after a three-week trial period with the software. Results demonstrate that external, personal media usage, along with students' awareness of the need to apply anatomy to clinical professional situations drove expectations of LINDSAY Presenter. A focus on the software over learning, which can be expected during initial orientation, surprisingly remained after three weeks of use. The time-intensive investment required to create learning content is a detractor from user-generated content and may reflect the consumption nature of other forms of digital learning. Early excitement over new technologies needs to be tempered with clear understanding of what learning is afforded, and how these constructively support future application and integration into professional practice. PMID:22791664

Tworek, Janet K; Jamniczky, Heather A; Jacob, Christian; Hallgrímsson, Benedikt; Wright, Bruce

2013-01-01

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Anatomy and art.  

PubMed

Leonardo da Vinci, Jean Falcon, Andreas Vesalius, Henry Gray, Henry Vandyke Carter and Frank Netter created some of the best atlases of anatomy. Their works constitute not only scientific medical projects but also masterpieces of art. PMID:24640589

Laios, Konstantinos; Tsoukalas, Gregory; Karamanou, Marianna; Androutsos, George

2013-01-01

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NCI Mission Statement  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), one of eight agencies that compose the Public Health Service (PHS) in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

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NCI: SBIR & STTR  

Cancer.gov

The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs are NCI’s engine of innovation for developing and commercializing novel technologies and products to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer.

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NCI Best Practices  

Cancer.gov

In June 2007, the NCI initiated an education and outreach program targeted at investigators, industry representatives, hospital administrators, patient advocates, and the general public. Four forums were held in key U.S. cities to provide information about the importance of best practices in guiding biospecimen use, the operational and ethical standards in the NCI Best Practices for Biospecimen Resources, and resources for achieving high-quality and accessible biospecimens. Audience discussion and participation were key to the success of these events.

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NCI Best Practices  

Cancer.gov

As part of the commitment to maintaining current and scientifically accurate best practices, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) sought public comment on a revised version of the NCI Best Practices for Biospecimen Resources from July 28, 2010 to Sept. 21, 2010. Comments received during the public comment period were taken into consideration and edited into the final version which can be found below or here.

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78 FR 69428 - Submission for OMB Review; 30-Day Comment Request: Cancer Trials Support Unit (CTSU) (NCI)  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...OMB Review; 30-Day Comment Request: Cancer Trials Support Unit (CTSU) (NCI) SUMMARY...days for public comment. The National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes...proposed project contact: Michael Montello, Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program,...

2013-11-19

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NCI-Frederick - Yellow Task Request System  

Cancer.gov

This web-based system enables investigators to request services and obtain cost and time estimates for each project. NCI approval is an integral function of this process, which ensures that adequate funding and other resources are available to perform the work.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center will host the day-long 2014 NCI SBIR Investor Forum on November 13, 2014 at Agilent Technologies, 5301 Stevens Creek Blvd., Santa Clara, CA 95051.

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NCI DTP Books and Publications  

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Books and Publications Home Discovery Development Pathways Grants/Contracts Books/Publications Site Search Data Search What's New NCI Investigational Drugs - Chemical Information NCI Investigational Drugs - Pharmaceutical Information

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Anatomy Corner  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This fascinating and informative website was created by a high school teacher in Granite City, Missouri. It brings together a wide range of resources designed to help students learn about anatomy. The materials are divided into three sections: Anatomy Galleries, Anatomy Topics, and Virtual Cat Dissection. The Anatomy Galleries area provides slides, photos, and illustrative materials related to eye dissection, sheep heart dissection, and cat muscles. The Anatomy Topics area includes overviews of the major body systems, including the nervous, circulatory, and endocrine systems. The site also includes a Virtual Cat Dissection, which walks interested parties through this process.

2013-01-01

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NCI Mouse Repository - About Us  

Cancer.gov

The NCI Mouse Repository is an NCI-funded resource for mouse cancer models and associated strains. The repository makes strains available to all members of the scientific community (academic, non-profit, and commercial). NCI Mouse Repository strains are maintained as live colonies or cryoarchived as frozen embryos, depending on demand. Up to three breeder pairs may be ordered from live colonies. Cryoarchived strains are supplied as frozen embryos or recovery of live mice by the NCI Mouse Repository may be requested.

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NCI Division of Extramural Activities  

Cancer.gov

The paramount goal of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is to develop the knowledge base that will ultimately lessen the impact of cancer. Among the most important contributors to this base are the outstanding extramurally funded scientists supported by the NCI through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. The DEA was established within the NCI to provide the NCI and the scientific community with expert scientific review of the merits of extramural research, procedures, and policies to help the Institute achieve its goal.

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Activities at NCI Booth #3071  

Cancer.gov

Activities at NCI Booth #3071 Connect with NCI experts, order free publications, and learn about NCI programs and initiatives.  Meet the Experts Sessions Saturday, May 31 Time Presentation Title and Speaker 10:00 a.m. Behavioral Risk Factors and

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NCI CCT K Awards Evaluation  

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NCI CCT K Awards Evaluation NCI’s career development (K) program shows positive impact on scientists’ careers NCI’s career development (K) awards program provides support for early-career scientists and clinicians  to develop independent careers in cancer

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NCI CCOP book!  

Cancer.gov

Former NCI Director Vincent DeVita, M.D. EVENT DATE December 1971 President Nixon signs the National Cancer Act (P.L. 92-218), which increases responsibilities for the NCI director; initiates the National Cancer Program. This act establishes the President’s Cancer Panel, the National Cancer Advisory Board, 15 research, training, and demonstration cancer centers, cancer control programs for cooperation with state and other health agencies to diagnose, prevent, and treat cancer, and extensive data collection, analysis, and dissemination efforts.

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K25 Award, contact: Dr. Sonia B. JakowlewProgram DirectorTelephone: (301) 496-8580Fax: (301) 480-1744E-mail: jakowles@mail.nih.gov For

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K18 Award, contact: Dr. Sonia B. JakowlewProgram DirectorTelephone: (301) 496-8580Fax: (301) 480-1744E-mail: jakowles@mail.nih.gov For

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K01 Award, contact: Ms. Nancy C. Lohrey, M.S., MT-ASCPProgram DirectorTelephone: (301) 496-8580Fax: (301) 480-1744E-mail: Lohreyn@mail.nih.gov For

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application, contact: Dr. Sonia B. JakowlewProgram DirectorTelephone: (240) 276-5630Fax: (240) 276-5659E-mail: jakowles@mail.nih.gov For information regarding

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NCI OA Contract Awards  

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This is a searchable database of contracts awarded by the NCI Office of Acquisitions since Fiscal Year 1995. The database is searchable by the Contract Number, the Contractor's Name, or the Title of the Contract. When searching by Contractor or Title, it is NOT neccesary to enter the complete name or title.

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NCI Visuals Online: Search  

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Skip Navigation NCI Visuals Online Home About My Pictures Browse Search Quick Search Search Search for: Date Created: Any 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 1990 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 to Any 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 1990 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Sort

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K24 Award, contact: Dr. Susan LimProgram DirectorE-mail: lims@mail.nih.gov Branch Phone:  (240)

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K08 Award, contact: Dr. Susan PerkinsProgram DirectorE-mail: perkinsu@mail.nih.gov Dr. Sonia

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application, contact: Dr. Sonia B. JakowlewProgram DirectorE-mail: jakowles@mail.nih.gov Branch Telephone: (240)

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K99/R00 Award, contact: Dr. Michael SchmidtProgram DirectorE-mail: mschmidt@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K23 Award, contact: Dr. Susan LimProgram DirectorE-mail: lims@mail.nih.gov Branch Phone:  (240)276-5630 For

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K07 Award, contact: Dr. Susan N. PerkinsProgram DirectorE-mail: perkinsu@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application, contact: Dr. Michael SchmidtProgram DirectorE-mail: mschmidt@mail.nih.gov Dr. Mark DamicoProgram DirectorE-mail:

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K22 Award, contact: Dr. Sonia B. JakowlewProgram DirectorE-mail: jakowles@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the T32 Award, contact: Dr. Mark DamicoProgram DirectorE-mail: damicomw@mail.nih.gov Dr. Susan

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application, contact: Dr. Mark DamicoProgram DirectorE-mail: damicomw@mail.nih.gov Branch Telephone: (240) 276-5630Fax:

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the R25E Award, contact: Dr. Jeannette KorczakProgram directorE-mail: korczakj@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K05 Award, contact: Dr. Susan N. PerkinsProgram DirectorE-mail: perkinsu@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the K12 Award, contact: Dr. Mark DamicoProgram DirectorE-mail: damicomw@mail.nih.gov Branch Telephone:

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NCI Staff Contacts  

Cancer.gov

Updated: 05/28/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013 NCI Staff Contacts For additional information regarding policies and/or guidance in preparing an application for the R25T Award, contact: Dr. Susan N. PerkinsProgram DirectorE-mail: perkinsu@mail.nih.gov Branch

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NCI at Frederick  

Cancer.gov

We are always looking for exhibit items that highlight our multi-cultural community at the NCI at Frederick and Frederick National Laboratory. If you have items that you would be willing to share with the community please contact Ms. Ethel Armstrong at ext. 5843 or Andrea Frydl ext. 5832.

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NCI DTP Disclaimer  

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The U.S. Government, NIH, NCI and their employees and contractors do not make any warranty, express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose with respect to documents and data available from this server.

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NCI Best Practices  

Cancer.gov

This informational publication issued by the NCI OBBR is designed to increase awareness and understanding among advocates and the interested public of the importance and role of biospecimens in cancer research. It outlines the need for and purpose of best practices for biospecimen resources.

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NCI at APHA 2014  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) will be participating at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting from from November 15-19, 2014 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, LA.

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NCI Best Practices  

Cancer.gov

The lack of standardized, high-quality biospecimens has been widely recognized as one of the most significant roadblocks to the progress of cancer research. Over the past several years, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has undertaken an intensive due diligence process to understand the state of its funded biospecimen resources and the quality of biospecimens used in cancer research.

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Anatomy of a Technology Transfer: The National Commission on Libraries and Information Science Literacy Project.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses a demonstration project conducted by the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science to transfer reading development technology developed by the military to adult literacy education. The development and testing of a computer-assisted instruction program for language skills in two library sites and plans for expanded testing…

Young, Christina Carr

1986-01-01

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NCI Launches ALCHEMIST.  

PubMed

The NCI launched a nationwide trial, dubbed ALCHEMIST, in August to screen thousands of patients with early-stage lung cancer for EGFR mutations and ALK rearrangements. All patients will be followed for 5 years, but those whose tumors harbor the genetic alterations will receive erlotinib, crizotinib, or a placebo to determine whether the drugs prevent recurrence and improve survival in the adjuvant setting. PMID:25367971

2014-11-01

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NCI CCOP book!  

Cancer.gov

Challenges remain and participating as a CCOP has highlighted the importance to the institution of interacting with community physicians to involve them and their patients in cancer prevention strategies and trials and the need to recruit a diverse population of patients to participate in cancer clinical trials. We look forward to future growth and success and our continued participation in NCI supported cancer clinical research trials as a member CCOP.

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NCI CCOP book!  

Cancer.gov

All of the funded CCOP sites had some experience participating in clinical research via an earlier NCI program known as the Cooperative Group Outreach Program (CGOP). CGOP was created in 1978 as an avenue for community hospitals to participate in cooperative group cancer treatment trials. This program gave community physicians their first opportunity to show that they were capable of the rigor of clinical trials research. Once the CGOPS became CCOPs, the accrual to clinical trials from these centers markedly increased.

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DTP - NCI Investigational Drugs  

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This edition of NCI Investigational Drugs - Chemical Information is designed to provide those involved in various phases of drug development with chemical and physical data on compounds which are past or current development candidates in the Developmental Therapeutics Program, Division of Cancer Treatment Diagnosis and Centers, National Cancer Institute. These range from agents which have only just entered the development pipeline to those which are available commercially.

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NCI Visuals Online: About  

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The National Cancer Institute's (NCI) Visuals Online provides a range of photographs and illustrations that may help communicators of medical and public health convey meaning, describe concepts, and tell stories. The collection spans everything from biomedical, science, and patient-care related illustrations and images to portraits of present and past directors and the staff of the National Cancer Institute. Visuals Online currently provides public access to 2,968 images.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum  

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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program hosted the 2012 NCI SBIR Investor Forum on April 18, 2012 in Santa Clara, CA. This year’s meeting brought together nearly 200 SBIR-funded companies, investors, venture capitalists, strategic partners, and business leaders from the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, and featured presentations from 18 top NCI SBIR-funded companies with innovative cancer-related technologies on the brink of commercialization.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - NCCCP Homepage  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - NCCCP Homepage Media Center Overview Contact information Quick Links Note from the NCI Director Participating Pilot Sites FAQ Contact Information Contact Information Contacts - NCI Office

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Preceptorships  

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Preceptorships are selected through a matching process. During their first summer onsite at NCI, fellows spend time meeting with potential preceptors. A mutual agreement is reached between the preceptor and the fellow on the research that will be completed during the fellowship. A research proposal for the initial project is then prepared for approval by the preceptor and the CPFP scientific staff. Whereas the CPFP has all administrative responsibility for each fellow, the preceptor provides scientific supervision.

92

Human Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Please find links below: Human Anatomy Human Anatomy Online Human Body - Gray s Anatomy - Digestive Aparatus MEDtropolis - Virtual Body - can be viewed in English or Spanish. Contains tours of the Human Brain, Skeleton, Human Heart, and Digestive Tract. Respiratory System National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute HealthTalk COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) American Lung Association - Disease Finder Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW 2325 Canadian Lung Association Kids Health Family Living and Personal Living - Ms. Schultz added this link because on this page there is CDC, American ...

Schultz, Ms.

2007-11-09

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-Tg(Pbsn-MYC)6Key/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(Pbsn-MYC)6Key/Nci Strain Code: 01XK9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This protocol and the mice came from Dr. Sawyer's lab along with another strain called Tg(ARR2/Pbsn-Myc)7Key. M041 is located

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

SWR.129P2(Cg)-Brca2tm1Kamc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: SWR.129P2(Cg)-Brca2tm1Kamc/Nci Strain Code: 01XG9 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: The primer set for genotyping Brca2 comes from the paper Cancer Research 62:990-994,2002. The wildtype primer

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB.129-Cdkn2atm2.1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB.129-Cdkn2atm2.1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XE4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  C015 :   5'-ggc aaa tag cgc cac cta t -3'  C016 :   5'-gac tcc atg ctg ctc cag at -3'  C017 :   5'-gcc

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB/N-Tg(MT-HGFSF)19Lmb/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB/N-Tg(MT-HGFSF)19Lmb/Nci Strain Code: 01XFA Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain contains a transgene that overexpresses mouse Scatter Factor / hepatocyte growth factor, under the control

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Brca1tm1Cxd/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Brca1tm1Cxd/Nci Strain Code: 01XC4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The mouse strain Brca1 requires two PCR reactions to genotype the strain. B004/B005 amplifies a 450bp fragment found in wildtype

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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FVB/N-Tg(Tyr-HRAS)60Lc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB/N-Tg(Tyr-HRAS)60Lc/Nci Strain Code: 01XB5 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  H001 :   5'-cAG ATc AAA cGG GTG AAG G -3'  H002 :   5'-GTc TTG Gcc GAG GTc TcG -3' Product Sizes:   Primer

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB;129-Brca1tm1Brn/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB;129-Brca1tm1Brn/Nci Strain Code: 01XB8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The strain Brca1 has loxP sites flanking Exon region. The primer set B008/B009 tests for the presence of the upstream lox

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

C57BL/6-Tg(CD2-Tgfbr2)1Grs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C57BL/6-Tg(CD2-Tgfbr2)1Grs/Nci Strain Code: 01XBE Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain expresses a dominant-negative form of the TGF type II receptor under control of the human CD2 promoter

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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ICR-Tg(GFAP-CDK4)2Gtm/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: ICR-Tg(GFAP-CDK4)2Gtm/Nci Strain Code: 01XK1 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The primer set was taken from the following published paper: Oncogene 21:1325-1334. The primer set amplifies the GFAP

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.Cg-Tg(ED-L2-cre)267Jkat/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.Cg-Tg(ED-L2-cre)267Jkat/Nci Strain Code: 01XGL Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: For this strain, we assay for the presence of the Cre transgene. Primers C001 / C002 amplify the Cre gene,

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Ightm1Janz/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Ightm1Janz/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This primer set matches up with exon 3 and exon 2 of the c-Myc gene respectively. The maintained by breeding heterozygous brother

104

Content Standards for NCI Websites  

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Uniformity in content style across NCI websites helps visitors to better understand and interact with information on the site. These guidelines are intended to be a quick reference for NCI web content owners using the Percussion Web Content Management System (WCMS) to create new content or edit existing content.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-Tg(ACTB-SB10)1Dla/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-SB10)1Dla/Nci Strain Code: 01XN7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: CAGGS-SB10 mice express Sleeping Beauty SB10 transposase under control of the chimeric, ubiquitously active CAGGS promoter.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6.129-Cdkn2atm1Cjs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Cdkn2atm1Cjs/Nci Strain Code: 01XG7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  C018 :   5'-agt aca gca gcg gga gca tgg -3'  C019 :   5'-ttg agg agg acc gtg aag ccg -3'  C020 :   5'-acc aca

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6;129-Cdkn2atm1Cjs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Cdkn2atm1Cjs/Nci Strain Code: 01XF6 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  C018 :   5'-agt aca gca gcg gga gca tgg -3'  C019 :   5'-ttg agg agg acc gtg aag ccg -3'  C020 :   5'-acc aca

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Brca2tm1Brn/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Brca2tm1Brn/Nci Strain Code: 01XB9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The strain Brca2 has loxP sites flanking Exon11. The primer set B012/B013 tests for the presence of the upstream lox site while

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6.129-Krastm4Tyj/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Krastm4Tyj/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ6 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: Primers:  y117 :   5'-CTA GCC ACC ATG GCT TGA GT -3'  y118 :   5'-ATG TCT TTC CCC AGC ACA GT -3'  y116 :   5'-TCC GAA TTC

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-Tg(Sprr2f-cre)1Dcas/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(Sprr2f-cre)1Dcas/Nci Strain Code: 01XNA Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  NA1 :   5'-GGT ACA CAC GTC CTG GAA TAC -3'  NA2 :   5'-TTC CCA TTC TAA ACA ACA CCC TGA A -3' Product

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Col1a1tm2(CAG-EGFR*)Char/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Col1a1tm2(CAG-EGFR*)Char/Nci Strain Code: 01X68 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  67E1 :   5'-CCC CCT GAA CCT GAA ACA TAA -3'  68E3 :   5'-TAA ATG CCA CCG GCA GGA TG -3' Product

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6.129-Cdkn2atm4Cjs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Cdkn2atm4Cjs/Nci Strain Code: 01X62 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This protocol use only the SpF/R primers to confirm presence/absence of LOX sites at the Sp (Spel) sites Primers:  SPF :

113

NCCCP Guide to NCI Resources  

Cancer.gov

NCI Community Cancer Centers Program Guide to NCI Resources The National Cancer Institute is committed to making progress against different cancer types through varied approaches. To this end, it develops, funds, and disseminates a vast array of programs, materials, and resources.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6;129-Myf6tm2(cre)Mrc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Myf6tm2(cre)Mrc/Nci Strain Code: 01XBL Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  ck219 :   5'-CTTCAGCGCCTTTCTTCCATCG -3'  ba88 :   5'-GAACTTCGTTTGCAACTGAC -3'  ba86 :   5'-GGATAGTGAAACAGGGCAA

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6;129-Pax3tm1Mrc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Pax3tm1Mrc/Nci Strain Code: 01XBM Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  ck82 :   5'-GGATTGCATGGTTGGGATGTAGCTG -3'  ck83 :   5'-CAAAGAAGCAACAGAGGGAGATG -3' Product Sizes:   Primer Combination      Product

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB/N-Tg(KRT5-tTA)1216Glk/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB/N-Tg(KRT5-tTA)1216Glk/Nci Strain Code: 01XM8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  y01 :   5'-CTC GCC CAG AAG CTA GGT GT -3'  y02 :   5'-CCA TCG CGA TGA CTT AGT -3' Product Sizes:

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-Tg(Pbsn-AKT1)9Wrs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(Pbsn-AKT1)9Wrs/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This primer set amplifies a portion of the Probasin promoter and the 5' end of the Human Akt1 gene. Primers:  A009 :

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6;129-Ptch1tm1Cklr/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Ptch1tm1Cklr/Nci Strain Code: 01XBR Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  y078 :   5'-CTT GTA GCC AAC GAG AAG CCC T -3'  y079 :   5'-GCA GCG CCC CGA GTA GAT TA -3'  y080 :   5'-AGG TCC

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-Tg(tetO-HRAS)65Lc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(tetO-HRAS)65Lc/Nci Strain Code: 01XB4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  H003 :   5'-TGA AAG TcG AGc TcG GTA -3'  H004 :   5'-ccc GGT GTc TTc TAT GGA -3' Product Sizes:   Primer

120

NCI's Meet The Experts Sessions  

Cancer.gov

NCI's Meet The Experts Sessions Sunday November 3: 3:30 PM Carmen Moten, Diversity Training at the NCI Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities Monday November 4: 10:00 AM David Nelson, Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program 2:00 PM Antoinette Percy-Laurry,

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Supports planning and inititiation of focused cancer research, cancer research training, and career development or cancer research education and outreach collaborations between Minority Serving Institutions and NCI-designated Cancer Centers that will lead to the submission of specific grant applications traditionally supported by the NCI or other funding agencies.

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NCI Staff at APHA 2014  

Cancer.gov

NCI Staff at APHA 2014 Saturday, Nov. 15 APHA Learning Institute: NCI Sponsored CourseCourse Title: SEER* Stat – A software tool for studying the impact of cancer on a population - Day 19:00AM - 5:00 PMNCI Organizer: Antoinette L. Percy-Laurry, MSPH,

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Brca1tm2.1Cxd/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Brca1tm2.1Cxd/Nci Strain Code: 01XC9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The Brca1 strain is suppose to be heterozygous for deletion of Exon 11. The primer set B004/B006 will give a 600bp band if

124

NCI Best Case Series Protocol  

Cancer.gov

As part of the NCI Best Case Series Program, this protocol enables CRISP staff to work with CAM practitioners to identify appropriate, well-documented cancer cases. The primary goal of this protocol is to obtain and review sufficient information to determine if NCI-initiated research is warranted on a specific intervention.

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NCI Mouse Repository - Available Strains  

Cancer.gov

The following strains are currently being distributed from the NCI Mouse Repository. Please note that only breeder pairs are available. Visit the ordering information page for more information on the process of ordering mouse models from the NCI Mouse Repository. Click on the common strain name to view details on that strain. You can sort on selected columns by clicking on the column title.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

STOCK Brca1tm2Cxd/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Brca1tm2Cxd/Nci Strain Code: 01XC8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The Brca1 strain should be homozygous (co/co) with lox sites flanking Exon 11. Primer set B004/B005 is the main genotyping set

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB;129-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)68Dla/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB;129-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)68Dla/Nci Strain Code: 01XN9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain carries the Sleeping Beauty transposon (sb) concatemers. This strain and FVB-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)76Dla

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)76Dla/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)76Dla/Nci Strain Code: 01XN8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain carries the Sleeping Beauty transposon (sb) concatemers. This strain and FVB-TgTn(sb-T2/Onc)68Dla (01XN9)

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

B6;CBA-Tg(BCR/ABL)623Hkp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;CBA-Tg(BCR/ABL)623Hkp/Nci Strain Code: 01XE8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain carries a human BCR / ABL fusion protein, which serves as a model for the Philadelphia chromosome.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB;129S6-Stk11tm1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB;129S6-Stk11tm1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XN2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: This strain carries a functional conditional allele of Lkb1 (official: Stk11) with LoxP sites flanking exons 3 and 6.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

SWR.129P2(Cg)-Brca2tm1Kamc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: SWR.129P2(Cg)-Brca2tm1Kamc/Nci Strain Code: 01XG9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The primer set for genotyping Brca2 comes from the paper Cancer Research 62:990-994,2002. The wildtype primer

132

NCI CCOP book!  

Cancer.gov

Community Clinical Oncology Program NCI Staff 2003 Division of Cancer Prevention Peter Greenwald, M.D. - Dr.P.H., Division Director Leslie G. Ford, M.D. - Associate Director for Clinical Research Community Oncology and Prevention Trials Research Group Lori M. Minasian, M.D., FACP - Research Group Chief Barbara K. Dunn, Ph.D., M.D. - CCOP Program Director Joseph W. Kelaghan, M.D., M.P.H. - CCOP Program Director Worta J. McCaskill-Stevens, M.D., M.S. - MB-CCOP Program Director Ann M.

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Governance — CBIIT: Welcome to the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology  

Cancer.gov

Established in mid-2011 by the NCAB, the IWG is charged with providing strategic guidance and direction on NCI informatics investments that support the Institute’s scientific goals. The IWG provides a venue for identifying high-priority biomedical informatics needs, harmonizing ongoing and proposed informatics projects across NCI programs, both intramural and extramural, and reducing redundancies wherever possible.

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NCI DEA - NCI Council of Research Advocates (NCRA)  

Cancer.gov

National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Extramural Activities - Home Page Skip to Main Content Home Funding Advisory Consumer Guides FAQs & Glossary Awarded Research Division of Extramural Activities NCI Council of Research

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Life Outside the NCI  

Cancer.gov

The CPFP Office is located at the NCI facilities in Rockville, Maryland, near the Nation's Capitol. With the convenient Metro subway reaching throughout the Washington, D.C. area, transportation is within easy reach.

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Human Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The EMuseum at the University of Minnesota-Mankato provides this educational site on human anatomy. Although some parts of the site are still under construction, the Introduction to the Skeletal System section offers a straightforward introduction to the topic, complete with black-and-white skeletal photographs. Topics in this section include skeletal functions, axial and appendicular divisions, types of bone, bone composition, and a brief list of anatomical terms. For educators of introductory human anatomy, this site should provide interesting supplemental information.

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NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program  

Cancer.gov

NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program Initial Research Proposal INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPOSALS Due Date: 4th Friday in October 1. FACE SHEET (1 page): A. Title of Proposal B. Your name C. Affiliation (Branch, Department or Laboratory where

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Success Stories  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute's (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs are an important source of early-stage technology financing for small businesses.

139

NCI-Designated Cancer Centers  

Cancer.gov

NCI’s 67 Designated Cancer Centers form a nationwide network for studying and controlling cancer. The Centers are the primary source of new discoveries into cancer’s causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.

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NCI DEA - NCRA Meeting Information  

Cancer.gov

National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Extramural Activities - Home Page Skip to Main Content Home Funding Advisory Consumer Guides FAQs & Glossary Awarded Research Division of Extramural Activities NCI Council of Research

141

Research Programs Supported by NCI  

Cancer.gov

Research Programs Supported by NCI Related Resources The MERIT Award Research Networks Breast and Colon Cancer Family Registries Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Centers (BCERC) Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium Cancer Care Outcomes

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Funding Opportunities  

Cancer.gov

The NCI SBIR Development Center hosted a special informational webinar on the Phase IIB Bridge Award Program. Download slides and an audio recording from this webinar through our SBIR Presentations page.

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NCI Visuals Online: My Pictures  

Cancer.gov

Skip Navigation NCI Visuals Online Home About My Pictures Browse Search Quick Search My Pictures My Pictures is a place to temporarily store images during your current Visuals Online session. My Pictures currently has no images. Home | About/Contact

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

skip to content Home Financial Data Cancer Statistics Contribute About OBF Financial Data Budget Formulation & Justification Plan & Budget Proposal Congressional Justification Congressional Appropriations Documents Historical Spending NCI Fact Book

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NCI-Frederick PHL - Services  

Cancer.gov

PHL pathologists function as scientific collaborators assisting in animal study design, species selection, histopathology and immunohistopathology evaluation, photomicrography, report and manuscript preparation. This is in keeping with NCI-Frederick's research mission.

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NCI Director’s Update  

Cancer.gov

Dr. John E. Niederhuber Director, National Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Advisory Committee March 4, 2009 NCI Director’s Update • FY 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Bill • The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 • Priorities of the Obama

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) is a public-private partnership of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and a network of community hospital-based cancer centers from around the United States.

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NCI Professional Judgment Budget Recommendation  

Cancer.gov

Recommended funding increases for the National Cancer Institute, based on the most promising opportunities in cancer research as identified in the NCI Annual Plan and Budget Proposal for Fiscal Year 2016.

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Funding by State provides information about the amount of NCI funding (grants and contracts) received by institutions and organizations within individual states and territories for a selected fiscal year.

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NCI Center for Cancer Genomics  

Cancer.gov

NCI’s Center for Cancer Genomics applies genome science to better diagnose and treat cancer patients. The Center supports research to identify the genetic drivers of cancer and to advance the adoption of precise tumor diagnosis and treatment.

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NCI-Frederick PHL - Pathology  

Cancer.gov

PHL pathologists function as scientific collaborators assisting in animal study design, species selection, histopathology and immunohistopathology evaluation, photomicrography, report and manuscript preparation. This is in keeping with NCI-Frederick's research mission.

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NCI Staff at APHA 2013  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) will be participating at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 141st Annual Meeting from November 2-6, 2013 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

FVB.129-Cdkn2atm1Nesh/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB.129-Cdkn2atm1Nesh/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  C029 :   5'-ATG TTc AcG AAA Gcc AGA Gc -3'  C030 :   5'-GTc GcA GGT TcT TGG TcA cT -3' Product Sizes:   Primer

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

Cancer.gov

C57BL/6N-Tg(Igl-MYC)3Hm/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C57BL/6N-Tg(Igl-MYC)3Hm/Nci Strain Code: 01XA7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M017 :   5'-cTG cTG GTG GTG GGc GGT GTc Tc -3'  M018 :   5'-TGT ccA AAG GGG GTG AAA GGG TGc Tc -3' Product

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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FVB-Tg(ARR2/Pbsn-MYC)7Key/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ARR2/Pbsn-MYC)7Key/Nci Strain Code: 01XK8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: In the FVB-Tg(ARR2/Pbsn-MYC)7Key strain, MO45 is specific for the ARR2Pb Promoter element, and MO47 is specific

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FVB.129P2-Trp53tm1Brn/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB.129P2-Trp53tm1Brn/Nci Strain Code: 01XC2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  T008 :   5'-cAc AAA AAc AGG TTA AAc ccA G -3'  T009 :   5'-AGc AcA TAG GAG GcA GAG Ac -3' Product Sizes:

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B6;129-Dmtf1tm1Cjs/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Dmtf1tm1Cjs/Nci Strain Code: 01XH1 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  D001 :   5'-GAT GGT ccA ccA TTT AcT TcG -3'  D003 :   5'-GcT GTA GcT GAA AGA GTG GGT Ac -3'  D002 :   5'-AGT ATc

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B6;129-Pax7tm1(cre/Esr1*)Cklr/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Pax7tm1(cre/Esr1*)Cklr/Nci Strain Code: 01XBS Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  y014 :   5'-GCT CTG GAT ACA CCT GAG TCT -3'  y017 :   5'-TCG GCC TTC TTC TAG GTT CTG CTC  

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B6.129-Apctm1Rak/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Apctm1Rak/Nci Strain Code: 01XA1 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  A001 :   5'-TGc cAG cAc AGA ATA GGc TG -3'  A002 :   5'-GTT GTc ATc cAG GTc TGG TG -3'  A003 :   5'-TGG AAG GAT TGG

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B6.129-Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XB1 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  I001 :   5'-GTG ATc ccT cTA cTT TTT cTT cTG AcT T -3'  I002 :   5'-cGG AAc GcA AAT ATc GcA c -3'  I003 :   5'-GAG

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FVB.129-Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB.129-Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XB2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  I001 :   5'-GTG ATc ccT cTA cTT TTT cTT cTG AcT T -3'  I002 :   5'-cGG AAc GcA AAT ATc GcA c -3'  I003 :  

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B6.129-Msh2tm1Rak/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Msh2tm1Rak/Nci Strain Code: 01XA5 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M004 :   5'-ccc Tcc TGT TGA Gcc ATc TTA -3'  M005 :   5'-Gcc AGc TcA TTc cTc cAc Tc -3'  M006 :   5'-TTc GTc GcT

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B6.Cg-Tg(S100b-v-erbB)4496Waw Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.Cg-Tg(S100b-v-erbB)4496Waw Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XD3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  E001 :   5'-cTc AcA GcA ATc TcA AAG cTc ccc -3'  E002 :   5'-AGc

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B6;129S4-Tsc1tm1.1Djk/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129S4-Tsc1tm1.1Djk/Nci Strain Code: 01XH8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The Tsc gene is inactivated in the knockout by the removal of exon17-18. The primer set is designed such that T030/T031

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)02Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)02Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XH7 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P017 :   5'-GGA TGG TcT ccA TcT ccT GA -3'  P018 :   5'-AcA TcT GGA cAc TGG GcA TAG -3' Product Sizes:

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FVB;129-Men1tm1.1Ctre/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB;129-Men1tm1.1Ctre/Nci Strain Code: 01XC7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M014 :   5'-ccc AcA Tcc AGT ccc TcT TcA GcT -3'  M015 :   5'-ccc TcT GGc TAT TcA ATG GcA GGG -3'  M016 :

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B6.129S-Krastm3Tyj/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129S-Krastm3Tyj/Nci Strain Code: 01BM3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  K001 :   5'-TGc AcA GcT TAG TGA GAc cc -3'  K002 :   5'-GAc TGc TcT cTT TcA ccT cc -3'  K003 :   5'-GGA GcA AAG

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)03Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)03Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P015 :   5'-GTc cTc TGG GAT Tcc AAc TGc c -3'  P016 :   5'-GGc ccA AGc cTc AcA cAT TTc -3' Product Sizes:

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)01Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)01Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XH6 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P017 :   5'-GGA TGG TcT ccA TcT ccT GA -3'  P018 :   5'-AcA TcT GGA cAc TGG GcA TAG -3' Product Sizes:

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B6.129S2-Krastm2Tyj/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129S2-Krastm2Tyj/Nci Strain Code: 01BM2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  K001 :   5'-TGc AcA GcT TAG TGA GAc cc -3'  K002 :   5'-GAc TGc TcT cTT TcA ccT cc -3'  K003 :   5'-GGA GcA

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C3.Cg-Tg(RIP1-Tag2)2Dh/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C3.Cg-Tg(RIP1-Tag2)2Dh/Nci Strain Code: 01XD6 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  T018 :   5'-GGA cAA Acc AcA AcT AGA ATG cAG -3'  T020 :   5'-cAc cGG AGA ATG GGA AGc cGA A -3'  T019 :

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)02Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)02Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XH7 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P015 :   5'-GTc cTc TGG GAT Tcc AAc TGc c -3'  P016 :   5'-GGc ccA AGc cTc AcA cAT TTc -3' Product Sizes:

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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FVB.129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms /Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB.129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms /Nci Strain Code: 01XG1 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N005 :   5'-Gcc AAc cTG ccT cAA TcA cTA AGG -3'  N006 :   5'-TTc cAc ATA cAc TTc ATT cTc AGT -3'  N007 :

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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C57BL/6-Tg(Wap-rtTA-cre)10Whl/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C57BL/6-Tg(Wap-rtTA-cre)10Whl/Nci Strain Code: 01XD9 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: Primers:  R009 :   5'-AGG GAA AcA ccT AcT AcT GA -3'  R010 :   5'-ATT ccA AGG GcA TcG GTA -3' Product

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)03Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)03Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ3 Protocol Number: 2 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P017 :   5'-GGA TGG TcT ccA TcT ccT GA -3'  P018 :   5'-AcA TcT GGA cAc TGG GcA TAG -3' Product Sizes:

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FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)01Jrst/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(ACTB-ALPP)01Jrst/Nci Strain Code: 01XH6 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P015 :   5'-GTc cTc TGG GAT Tcc AAc TGc c -3'  P016 :   5'-GGc ccA AGc cTc AcA cAT TTc -3' Product Sizes:

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129S-Aprttm1Jat/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: 129S-Aprttm1Jat/Nci Strain Code: 01XJ5 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  A006 :   5'-ccA cAA ccT Tcc cTc cTT Ac -3'  A008 :   5'-ATA AGA ccc TGc ccT Tcc TcT AcA cA -3'  A007 :   5'-TGc cTG

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B6;129S-Nkx3-1tm3(cre)Mms/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129S-Nkx3-1tm3(cre)Mms/Nci Strain Code: 01XBP Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: The primers are designed to detect the Nkx3.1 gene mutant and wild type. Primers:  BP5 :   5'-CTC CGC TAC CCT

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B6.Cg-Cdkn2atm3.1Nesh Tyr c-2J/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.Cg-Cdkn2atm3.1Nesh Tyr c-2J/Nci Strain Code: 01XBT Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  Y274 :   5'-CTA TGG CGG GCT GTG GAG -3'  Y275 :   5'-CAC GGT AGG CTG CGA AAT G -3'  Y276

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B6.129-Msh3tm1Rak/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Msh3tm1Rak/Nci Strain Code: 01XA3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M007 :   5'-cAc GAc Acc AAc GGA AAG GT -3'  M008 :   5'-TGG AAG GAT TGG AGc TAc GG -3'  M009 :   5'-GAA Tcc TcT

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129-Mdm2tm1Mep/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: 129-Mdm2tm1Mep/Nci Strain Code: 01XH2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M028 :   5'-cTG TGT GAG cTG AGG GAG ATG TG -3'  M029 :   5'-ccT GGA TTT AAT cTG cAG cAc Tc -3' Product Sizes:   Primer

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B6.129-Mlh1tm1Rak/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Mlh1tm1Rak/Nci Strain Code: 01XA2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M001 :   5'-TGT cAA TAG GcT Gcc cTA GG -3'  M002 :   5'-TGG AAG GAT TGG AGc TAc GG -3'  M003 :   5'-TTT TcA GTG

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129/Sv-Pmltm1Ppp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: 129/Sv-Pmltm1Ppp/Nci Strain Code: 01XF8 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  P009 :   5'-cTG cGc TGc ccG AGc TGc cAG G -3'  P010 :   5'-cAG cGc AGG GTT GcG GTG GTT GG -3'  P011 :   5'-cTc ccG

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.129-Msh6tm1Rak/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Msh6tm1Rak/Nci Strain Code: 01XA4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  M010 :   5'-TGG AAG GAT TGG AGc TAc GG -3'  M011 :   5'-TTA ccT ccT ccA cTG AcG TG -3'  M012 :   5'-cAA Gcc ccT

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B6D2F2-Tg(AAR2/Pbsn-FGF8)3Prb/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6D2F2-Tg(AAR2/Pbsn-FGF8)3Prb/Nci Strain Code: 01XL4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  F004 :   5'-agc ccc gat aga agc ttg aac at -3'  F005 :   5'-gga gta gaa tgt tga gag tca gca

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.129S6-Nf1tm1Fcr/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129S6-Nf1tm1Fcr/Nci Strain Code: 01XF3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N010 :   5'-GTA TTG AAT TGA AGc Acc TTT GTT TGG -3'  N012 :   5'-cTG ccc AAG GcT ccc ccA G -3'  N011 :   5'-GcG

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FVB-Tg(Tyr-rtTA)37Lc/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: FVB-Tg(Tyr-rtTA)37Lc/Nci Strain Code: 01XB6 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  R009 :   5'-AGG GAA AcA ccT AcT AcT GA -3'  R010 :   5'-ATT ccA AGG GcA TcG GTA -3' Product Sizes:   Primer

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129-Nf1tm1Fcr/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: 129-Nf1tm1Fcr/Nci Strain Code: 01XF2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N010 :   5'-GTA TTG AAT TGA AGc Acc TTT GTT TGG -3'  N012 :   5'-cTG ccc AAG GcT ccc ccA G -3'  N011 :   5'-GcG TGT TcG

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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C57BL/6-Tg(Wap-rtTA-cre)10Whl/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C57BL/6-Tg(Wap-rtTA-cre)10Whl/Nci Strain Code: 01XD9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  C001 :   5'-Acc AGc cAG cTA TcA AcT cG -3'  C002 :   5'-TTA cAT TGG Tcc AGc cAc c -3'  C003

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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STOCK Tgfb1tm1Doe Rag2tm1Fwa/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: STOCK Tgfb1tm1Doe Rag2tm1Fwa/Nci Strain Code: 01XA6 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  T001 :   5'-GAG AAG AAc TGc TGT GTG cG -3'  T003 :   5'-Gcc GAG AAA GTA Tcc ATc AT -3'  T002

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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129X1/SvJ-Tg(TH-MYCN)41Waw/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: 129X1/SvJ-Tg(TH-MYCN)41Waw/Nci Strain Code: 01XD2 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N008 :   5'-TGG AAA GcT TcT TAT TGG TAG AAA cAA -3'  N009 :   5'-AGG GAT ccT TTc cGc ccc GTT cGT

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ANATOMY, MODELLING AND PREDICTION OF AEROSERVOELASTIC ROTORCRAFT-PILOT-COUPLING  

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ANATOMY, MODELLING AND PREDICTION OF AEROSERVOELASTIC ROTORCRAFT-PILOT-COUPLING Massimo Gennaretti and results obtained within the European project ARISTOTEL (2010-2013) are presented. It deals with anatomy project ARISTO- TEL (2010-2013) and specifically on the anatomy, mod- elling and prediction

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Program Description - Mentored Research  

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Under the shared guidance of an individual NCI preceptor and the CPFP scientific staff, fellows will develop original research projects in cancer prevention and control. An overview of the preceptorships is provided in this catalog (refer to Preceptorships section), and a more complete listing is provided on the websites below.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Success Story - SBIR Phase II Bridge Award  

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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase IIB Bridge Award is designed to support the next stage of development for promising NIH-supported SBIR Phase II projects in the areas of cancer therapies, diagnostics, and cancer imaging technologies.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for June 26, 2007 (HTML)  

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NCI has launched the pilot phase of its Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP), an initiative that aims to bring the latest advances in cancer care to patients where they live. The project will focus on underserved communities and groups that are disproportionately affected by the disease.

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Web Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota has created this interactive and engaging set of resources designed to help college students learn about anatomy and physiology. Along with the learning modules, visitors can also take part in the rather fun "Anatomy Bowl". Here visitors can take on topics like biochemistry, the heart, and the reproductive system in a format that is quite similar to a certain popular television game show. Moving along, there's the "Self Test" section. Here visitors can take quizzes of varying lengths designed to test their knowledge of fifteen different subjects, including the endocrine system and the lymphatic system. The site also contains a "Timed Tests" area and a more comprehensive "Quiz Bowl" which allows visitors the opportunity to answer seventeen questions across a myriad of topics.

Jensen, Murray

2011-12-14

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Dream Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

For centuries, artists and physicians have rendered the human body and its anatomy in a myriad of ways, and with the invention of the printing press in the 15th century, the number of anatomical drawings and their like multiplied. Drawing on the collections contained within the National Library of Medicine, this revealing digital exhibit explores some of the ways in which human anatomy has been imagined and represented over the past five centuries or so. These images are divided into a number of thematic sections, including "Anatomical Dreamtime", "Getting Real", and "Visionary & Visible". Visitors to the site can also view the winners in a related contest which asked children to draw what they thought the body looked like "under the skin".

2007-05-25

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75 FR 61763 - Submission of OMB Review; Comment Request; Drug Accountability Record (Form NIH 2564) (NCI)  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...Review; Comment Request; Drug Accountability Record...projects, the National Cancer Institute, the National...Collection: Food and Drug Administration (FDA...agents. The National Cancer Institute (NCI), as a sponsor of investigational drug trials, has the...

2010-10-06

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NCI Workshop on Broadening Epidemiologic Data Sharing  

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The NCI Workshop on Broadening Epidemiologic Data Sharing, sponsored by the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP), will be held on October 8, 2014, at the NCI Shady Grove Campus in Rockville, Maryland.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Resource Center - SBIR Presentations  

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This presentation contains slides from the SBIR-IMAT solicitation pre-application webinar led by NCI SBIR Program Director Amir Rahbar and featuring Tony Dickherber, Director of the NCI Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies program.

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

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Skip Navigation Home Resources by Category Resources by DOC Related Links Advanced Search NCI Cancer Models Database A database of mouse, rat, and other animal models of human cancers submitted by cancer researchers that... Read More NCI's Mouse Repository

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An Overview of the NCI SBIR Program  

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An Overview of the NCI SBIR Program Michael Weingarten Director, NCI SBIR Development Center September 9, 2008 Todays Presentation Overview Eligibility Requirements Move to More Focused Solicitations New SBIR Bridge Award Submitting An Application

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NCI DCP News 03/12/2012  

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NCI DCP News Note Division of Cancer Prevention Experts Highlight Research Progress at AACRâ??s Annual Meeting Experts from NCI's Division of Cancer Prevention will present recent findings and lead discussions on current and future research topics at

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Normal Pancreas Anatomy  

MedlinePLUS

... Pictures Browse Search Quick Search Image Details Normal Pancreas Anatomy View/Download: Small: 761x736 View Download Add to My Pictures Title: Normal Pancreas Anatomy Description: Anatomy of the pancreas; drawing shows ...

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AAA: Anatomy Textbook Reviews  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This link on the American Anatomists Association (AAA) provides students and teachers with a one stop site for review of anatomy textbook and education resources (ex: flash cards and atlases). Textbooks include clinical anatomy, human anatomy and specialized regions.

2011-12-23

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The anatomy of learning anatomy  

Microsoft Academic Search

The experience of clinical teachers as well as research results about senior medical students’ understanding of basic science\\u000a concepts has much been debated. To gain a better understanding about how this knowledge-transformation is managed by medical\\u000a students, this work aims at investigating their ways of setting about learning anatomy. Second-year medical students were\\u000a interviewed with a focus on their approach

Niklas Wilhelmsson; Lars Owe Dahlgren; Håkan Hult; Max Scheja; Kirsti Lonka; Anna Josephson

2010-01-01

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NCI at ASCO: Friday, May 30, 2014  

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NCI at ASCO: Friday, May 30, 2014 Sessions Featuring NCI Staff Friday, May 30 Grant Writing Workshop 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.Location: McCormick Place S103 Speakers: Ming Lei, Center for Cancer Training, NCI Developmental Therapeutics: Clinical Pharmacology

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NCI at ASCO: Sunday, June 1, 2014  

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NCI at ASCO: Sunday, June 1, 2014 Sessions Featuring NCI Staff Sunday, June 1 Finding the Targets in Gynecologic Cancers 8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.Location: McCormick Place E354a Speakers: Elise Kohn, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis, NCI The Present

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NCI Central Institutional Review Board Receives Accreditation  

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The Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs has awarded the NCI Central Institutional Review Board full accreditation. AAHRPP awards accreditation to organizations demonstrating the highest ethical standards in clinical research. Achieving accreditation establishes that the NCI CIRB has robust review processes in place to ensure the safety and protection of people who participate in NCI-funded clinical studies.

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.Cg-Tg(S100b-v-erbB)4496Waw Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.Cg-Tg(S100b-v-erbB)4496Waw Cdkn2atm1Rdp/Nci Strain Code: 01XD3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  I001 :   5'-GTG ATc ccT cTA cTT TTT cTT cTG AcT T -3'  I002 :  

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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C3H/He-Tg(RIP1-Tag5)5Dh/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: C3H/He-Tg(RIP1-Tag5)5Dh/Nci Strain Code: 01XD4 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  T018 :   5'-GGA cAA Acc AcA AcT AGA ATG cAG -3'  T020 :   5'-cAc cGG AGA ATG GGA AGc cGA A -3'  T019

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6;129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6;129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms/Nci Strain Code: 01XB3 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N005 :   5'-Gcc AAc cTG ccT cAA TcA cTA AGG -3'  N006 :   5'-TTc cAc ATA cAc TTc ATT cTc AGT -3'  N007 :   5'-Gcc

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.129-Nkx3-1tm1Mms/Nci Strain Code: 01XF9 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  N005 :   5'-Gcc AAc cTG ccT cAA TcA cTA AGG -3'  N006 :   5'-TTc cAc ATA cAc TTc ATT cTc AGT -3'  N007 :   5'-Gcc

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NCI Mouse Repository- Protocol Information  

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B6.D2-Tg(RIP1-Tag2)2Dh/Nci PCR Protocol Strain: B6.D2-Tg(RIP1-Tag2)2Dh/Nci Strain Code: 01XD5 Protocol Number: 1 Introductory Comment: Primers:  T018 :   5'-GGA cAA Acc AcA AcT AGA ATG cAG -3'  T020 :   5'-cAc cGG AGA ATG GGA AGc cGA A -3'  T019 :

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NCI Mouse Repository - Ordering Information  

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Mouse models are provided free of charge through the NCI Mouse Repository, however, the customer is responsible for shipping charges if the shipment must go by air or special truck. There is no charge for normal truck delivery. Up to three (3) breeder pairs are routinely supplied on an order. On occasion, larger numbers of breeder pairs may be available - please inquire.

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

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Co-funded SPOREs are P50 grants that are funded by the NCI and another NIH Institute. Partners have included the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), and the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI).

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum  

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The 2010 Investor Forum connected the strongest and most promising NCI SBIR funded companies with life science investors and strategic partners. The event was a rare opportunity for attendees to get a first look at some of the best emerging companies focused on innovative cancer-related technologies, and to establish new collaborations that will expedite the commercialization of these products.

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NCI's Proteome Characterization Centers Announced  

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The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, announces the launch of a Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC). CPTAC is a comprehensive, coordinated team effort to accelerate the understanding of the molecular basis of cancer through the application of robust, quantitative, proteomic technologies and workflows.

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All NCI MERIT Award Recipients  

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Updated: 09/07/2012 Updated: 09/07/2012 All NCI MERIT Award Recipients 2012 Kinzler, Kenneth W.Genes from the FAP LocusJohns Hopkins University 2011 Kohwi-Shigematsu, TerumiStudies on Gene Regulation by Chromatin OrganizationUniversity of California

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NCI DCCPS Hints Brief #25  

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N U M B E R 2 5 Picking up the Pace: 2011?2014 Changes to the Health Information National Trends Survey The National Cancer Institute?s (NCI) Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) was developed more than a decade ago to track changes

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BodyWindows: enhancing a mannequin with projective augmented reality for exploring anatomy, physiology and medical procedures.  

PubMed

Augmented reality offers the potential to radically extend and enhance the capabilities of physical medical simulators such as full-body mannequin trainers. We have developed a system that transforms the surface of a mannequin simulator into both a display screen and an input device. The BodyWindows system enables a user to open, size, and reposition multiple viewports onto the simulator body. We demonstrate a dynamic viewport that displays a beating heart. Similar viewports could be used to display real-time physiological responses to interventions the user applies to the mannequin, such as injection of a simulated drug. Viewport windows can be overlapping and show anatomy at different depths, creating the illusion of "cutting" multiple windows into the body to reveal structures at different depths from the surface. The developed low-cost interface employees an IR light pen and the Nintendo Wiimote. We also report experiments using the Microsoft Kinect computer vision sensor to provide a completely hand-gesture based interface. PMID:22357032

Samosky, Joseph T; Wang, Bo; Nelson, Douglas A; Bregman, Russell; Hosmer, Andrew; Weaver, Robert A

2012-01-01

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12) Anatomy Course Outline  

E-print Network

12) Anatomy Course Outline 0) Introduction and Course Overview (week 1) 1) Scheme Crash Course (week 1,2) 2) Anatomy of a Language Definition (week 3) 3) Environments and Scope (week 4, 5, 6) 4-Oriented Programming (week 11, 12) 7) Aspect-Oriented Programming (week 13) 22) Anatomy 2) Anatomy of a Language

De Volder, Kris

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Human Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website, crafted by the State University of New York-Upstate Medical University, brings together key resources for students and others interested in human anatomy. These materials were designed with first year medical students in mind, but they will also be of use to individuals taking biology and other science-related courses. On the site, visitors can make their way through six sections ranging from extremities to the head and neck. Each area contains a variety of detailed anatomical charts, glossaries, and images. Radiology resources are also prominently featured within each section, providing students with a different perspective of the human body through x-rays, CT scans, and MRIs. Other helpful resources include fact sheets, quizzes, teaching materials, and other freely available course materials offered from other medical schools.

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Anatomy Arcade  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Anatomy truly gets interactive via these collection of fun and engaging games, videos, and other multimedia excursions. The site was created by Ben Crossett, a science teacher in Australia. Several years ago, he decided to craft some new resources like "Poke a Muscle" and "Whack-A-Bone" that would be both entertaining and educational. Visitors can look at the Games By Body System to get started, or they can also look over the Games By Type area. The types of games here include jigsaw puzzles, crosswords, word searches, and the nice catch all Just For Fun. The activities are also made interesting by the mere fact that they contain catchy visuals and jaunty tunes. The site also includes a place where teachers can offer feedback and an area just for students.

Crossett, Ben

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Gray's Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Bartelby.com (last reviewed in the May 12, 2000 Scout Report) has placed yet another classic reference work online. This time, it's the 20th edition (1918) of Henry Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body. At Bartleby, the classic is given a new feel, with its 1,247 illustrations ("many in color and unchanged since the first edition of 1859") rendered in multiple resolutions, and its 13,000 entries presented in an encyclopedic subject index with hyperlinks to their respective pages and illustrations in the text. As with other Bartleby texts, access is free and the electronic book is searchable by keyword or browseable via the table of contents. The illustrations may also be accessed directly and browsed by thumbnail.

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NCI DTP - Discovery Services - NCI-60 Screening Services  

Cancer.gov

The Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP) operates a progressive, tiered in vitro and in vivo anti-cancer compound screening program for single pure compounds with the goal of identifying and evaluating novel chemical leads and biological mechanisms of action. The program does not support screening of chemical libraries. The DTP screens include the NCI 60 cell line screen and, as appropriate, the hollow fiber assay and relevant human tumor xenograft and rodent tumor models.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Related Programs - NCI Best Practices for Biospecimen Resources  

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The NCI Best Practices for Biospecimen Resources identifies best practices for biospecimen collection, processing, storage, retrieval, and dissemination and addresses concepts of good laboratory practice to ensure a level of consistency and standardization across NCI-supported biospecimen resources.

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NCI Mouse Repository - Ordering Information  

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You may select to have mice recovered for you at NCI-Frederick. After their genotype and health status has been verified, live animals will be delivered to you. You will be notified when mice become available for shipping. Please expect to receive at least one mutant carrier within 16-20 weeks. There is no charge for the cryorecovery procedure. Please note that cryorecoveries may be performed in a facility that has a history of exposure to murine norovirus.

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Understanding the pelvic anatomy.  

PubMed

The pelvic anatomy is constant, with few variations. It has a distinct appearance when observed using the 2-dimensional laparoscope. Thus it is important to master the laparoscopic anatomy and use this knowledge to perform better surgery. The laparoscope offers better vision in a narrow space and thus helps better understanding of the anatomy than what can be seen during open surgery. The objectives of this video are to enable the observer to become familiar with the surgical anatomy, to apply anatomical knowledge to develop fine surgical skills, and to address the myths of open surgical anatomy. The lucid graphics, images, and commentary will enable easy understanding of the pelvic anatomy. PMID:24140861

Puntambekar, Shailesh P; Desai, Riddhi; Puntambekar, Seema S; Galagali, Amit; Kenawadekar, Rahul; Joshi, Saurabh; Joshi, Geetanjali Agarwal; Lawande, Akhil

2014-01-01

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International Activities of NCI Designated Cancer Centers  

Cancer.gov

This report is not a comprehensive summary of the international efforts of NCI-Designated Cancer Centers and not all of the efforts outlined in this report are NCI or NIH-funded. Rather, this report summarizes information that was provided by Cancer Centers who responded to requests from the NCI Center for Global Health for information on international activities. This is an ongoing data- collection effort, the data collection status for individual cancer centers can be found in Appendix A.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Frequently Asked Questions  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Frequently Asked Questions Search NCCCP Contact Us Overview Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions NCI Community Cancer Centers Program Pilot: 2007-2010 Key Points The NCI Community

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Reflections as near-peer facilitators of an inquiry project for undergraduate anatomy: Successes and challenges from a term of trial-and-error.  

PubMed

Near-peer facilitators (senior students serving as facilitators to their more junior peers) bring a unique student-based perspective to teaching. With fewer years of teaching experience however, students who become involved in a facilitator role typically develop related skills quickly through a process of trial-and-error within the classroom. The aim of this paper is to report on the authors' own experiences and reflections as student near-peer facilitators for an inquiry-based project in an undergraduate anatomy course. Three areas of the facilitator experience are explored: (1) offering adequate guidance as facilitators of inquiry, (2) motivating students to engage in the inquiry process, and (3) fostering creativity in learning. A practical framework for providing guidance to students is discussed which offers facilitators a scaffold for asking questions and assisting students through the inquiry process. Considerations for stimulating intrinsic motivations toward inquiry learning are made, paying attention to ways in which facilitators might influence feelings of motivation towards learning. Also, the role of creativity in inquiry learning is explored by highlighting the actions facilitators can take to foster a creative learning environment. Finally, recommendations are made for the development of formalized training programs that aid near-peer facilitators in the acquisition of facilitation skills before entering into a process of trial-and-error within the classroom. PMID:23813933

Anstey, Lauren M; Michels, Alison; Szymus, Julianna; Law, Wyanne; Edwin Ho, Man-Hymn; Qu, Fei; Yeung, Ralph T T; Chow, Natalie

2014-01-01

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NCI-Frederick” Is Retired; Replaced with “NCI at Frederick” | Poster  

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If you are used to using the term “NCI-Frederick” to identify your work location, please note that this name has been officially retired. This change was made to ensure consistency with the naming conventions used by other NCI locations, such as NCI at Shady Grove.

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Gene discovery in oral squamous cell carcinoma through the Head and Neck Cancer Genome Anatomy Project: confirmation by microarray analysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

The near completion of the human genome project and the recent development of novel, highly sensitive high-throughput techniques have now afforded the unique opportunity to perform a comprehensive molecular characterization of normal, precancerous, and malignant cells, including those derived from squamous carcinomas of the head and neck (HNSCC). As part of these efforts, representative cDNA libraries from patient sets, comprising

C Leethanakul; V Knezevic; V Patel; P Amornphimoltham; J Gillespie; E. J Shillitoe; P Emko; M. H Park; M. R Emmert-Buck; R. L Strausberg; D. B Krizman; J. S Gutkind

2003-01-01

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Stratigraphy of the Hawai`i Scientific Drilling Project core (HSDP2): Anatomy of a Hawaiian shield volcano  

Microsoft Academic Search

The Hawai`i Scientific Drilling Project (HSDP2) successfully drilled ~3.1 km into the island of Hawai`i. Drilling started on Mauna Loa volcano, drilling 247 m of subaerial lavas before encountering 832 m of subaerial Mauna Kea lavas, followed by 2019 m of submarine Mauna Kea volcanic and sedimentary units. The 2.85 km stratigraphic record of Mauna Kea volcano spans back to

Michael O. Garcia; Eric H. Haskins; Edward M. Stolper; Michael Baker

2007-01-01

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Anatomy of the Eye  

MedlinePLUS

External (Extraocular) Anatomy Extraocular Muscles: There are six muscles that are present in the orbit (eye socket) that attach to the ... on which contact lenses are placed. Internal (Intraocular)Anatomy Anterior chamber: The anterior chamber is a fluid ( ...

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Anatomy of the Brain  

MedlinePLUS

Donate Donate One Time Monthly Event Tribute For brain tumor information and support Call: 800-886-ABTA (2282) or Email: ABTAcares@abta.org Donate Now Menu Brain Tumor Information Brain Anatomy Brain Structure Neuron Anatomy Brain ...

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The quail anatomy portal.  

PubMed

The Japanese quail is a widely used model organism for the study of embryonic development; however, anatomical resources are lacking. The Quail Anatomy Portal (QAP) provides 22 detailed three-dimensional (3D) models of quail embryos during development from embryonic day (E)1 to E15 generated using optical projection tomography. The 3D models provided can be virtually sectioned to investigate anatomy. Furthermore, using the 3D nature of the models, we have generated a tool to assist in the staging of quail samples. Volume renderings of each stage are provided and can be rotated to allow visualization from multiple angles allowing easy comparison of features both between stages in the database and between images or samples in the laboratory. The use of JavaScript, PHP and HTML ensure the database is accessible to users across different operating systems, including mobile devices, facilitating its use in the laboratory.The QAP provides a unique resource for researchers using the quail model. The ability to virtually section anatomical models throughout development provides the opportunity for researchers to virtually dissect the quail and also provides a valuable tool for the education of students and researchers new to the field. DATABASE URL: http://quail.anatomyportal.org (For review username: demo, password: quail123). PMID:24715219

Ruparelia, Avnika A; Simkin, Johanna E; Salgado, David; Newgreen, Donald F; Martins, Gabriel G; Bryson-Richardson, Robert J

2014-01-01

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NCI-MICCAI Challenge on Brain Tumor  

E-print Network

I NCI-MICCAI Challenge on Multimodal Brain Tumor Segmentation Proceedings of NCI-MICCAI BRATS 2013 of their unpredictable appearance and shape, segmenting brain tumors from multi-modal imaging data is one of the most; ...), the type of lesion (primary or secondary tumors; solid or infiltratively growing), and the state

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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2009 NCI SBIR Investor Forum Program Book  

Cancer.gov

LETTER FROM NCI SBIR Welcome to the inaugural National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Investor Forum. Thank you for joining us. I hope that today will be a valuable opportunity for you to learn more about the most

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Funding Opportunities - Receipt Dates  

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Please visit this page often to view new opportunities. You may also sign up to receive email updates from the NCI SBIR Development Center announcing new funding opportunities. If you would like to receive updates from the NCI SBIR and STTR Program, please enter your email address into the box below.

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NCI Mouse Repository - Ordering Live Mice  

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The NCI Mouse Repository maintains up to 40 strains as live colonies. These are marked as "Live Mice" on the strain list. Colonies are maintained under specific pathogen-free (SPF) conditions. Genetic integrity of all NCI Mouse Repository strains is monitored by PCR genotyping.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - About - Program Information  

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The goal of the NCI is to eliminate the suffering and death due to cancer. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs are NCI's engine of innovation for developing and commercializing novel technologies and products to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer.

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NCI at ASCO: Tuesday, June 3, 2014  

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NCI at ASCO: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 Sessions Featuring NCI Staff Tuesday, June 3 50 Years of Progress in Advanced Prostate CancerASCO 50th Anniversary Session 9:45 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.Location: McCormick Place S100bc Speakers: Ravi Amrit Madan, Center for

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NCI at ASCO: Saturday, May 31, 2014  

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NCI at ASCO: Saturday, May 31, 2014 Sessions Featuring NCI Staff Saturday, May 31 The Changing Landscape of Federally Sponsored Trials 8:00 a.m.- 9:15 a.m.Location: McCormick Place S100a Speakers: Jeffrey Abrams, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis,

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Resources Overview  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute is committed to making progress against different cancer types through varied approaches. To this end, it develops, funds, and disseminates a vast array of programs, materials, and resources. Staff from across the Institute compiled this Guide to NCI Resources. This descriptive listing of key resources aims to meet the anticipated needs of the NCI Community Cancer Centers Program pilot sites.

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NCI DCP News 04/08/2010  

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NCI DCP News Summary NCI-Funded Researchers Find Early, Measurable, and Reversible Marker of Lung Cancer Risk Posted 04/08/2010 – Only a subset of people who actively smoke, or who smoked and quit, develop lung cancer. There is no way to identify who

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for October 3, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov October

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for April 18, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov April

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for June 20, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov June

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Discovery | NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

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The Advanced Technology Program (ATP) laboratories at NCI-Frederick are operated by SAIC Frederick, Inc. and were established to provide NCI and other NIH laboratories and initiatives with access to leading-edge technologies and specialized expertise through a tightly integrated, highly effective approach to the study of complex biological problems.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for August 1, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov August

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for November 21, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov November

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for November 14, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov November

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for December 5, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov December

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for August 8, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov August

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for December 12, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer B?lletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov December

258

NCI Cancer Bulletin for May 30, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov May

259

NCI Cancer Bulletin for July 5, 2006  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov July

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for March 20, 2007  

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? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer Bulletin A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov March 20, 2007 Volume 4 | Number

261

NCI Cancer Bulletin for July 25, 2006  

Cancer.gov

? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer BulletinEliminating the S?ffering and Death D?e to Cancer A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov July

262

NCI Launches Proteomics Assay Portal  

Cancer.gov

In a paper recently published by the journal Nature Methods, Investigators from the National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (NCI-CPTAC) announced the launch of a proteomics Assay Portal for multiple reaction monitoring-mass spectrometry (MRM-MS) assays. This community web-based repository for well-characterized quantitative proteomic assays currently consists of 456 unique peptide assays to 282 unique proteins and serves as a public resource of methodologies and data related to cancer associated targets.

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NCI at Frederick: Requesting Project Approval  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Janelle Cortner serves as Principal Investigator and Protocal Chair on the RDP protocol. Investigators may obtain permission to receive blood samples through the RDP by submitting a Memo of Request to Dr. Cortner. SAIC investigators who require such samples must submit a request memo to Dr. Cortner.

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NCI ORAL HISTORY PROJECT INTERVIEW WITH  

E-print Network

, celebrating Dr. Freireich's 70th birthday] talk, I said to myself, most people who live in the contemporary years before the Great Depression in the United States. So people born in that era are a special brand-the Great Depression of 1929. And during that period of time, when I was a young man of two-from 1930

Bandettini, Peter A.

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Entomology 201 Lab 3 Anatomy and  

E-print Network

Entomology 201 Lab 3 Anatomy and Metamorphosis #12;External Anatomy head #12;External Anatomy thorax #12;External Anatomy abdomen #12;External Anatomy abdomen #12;External Anatomy abdomen #12;External Anatomy abdomen #12;External Anatomy abdomen #12;External Anatomy abdomen ovipositor #12;External

Eubanks, Micky

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Stratigraphy of the Hawai`i Scientific Drilling Project core (HSDP2): Anatomy of a Hawaiian shield volcano  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Hawai`i Scientific Drilling Project (HSDP2) successfully drilled ˜3.1 km into the island of Hawai`i. Drilling started on Mauna Loa volcano, drilling 247 m of subaerial lavas before encountering 832 m of subaerial Mauna Kea lavas, followed by 2019 m of submarine Mauna Kea volcanic and sedimentary units. The 2.85 km stratigraphic record of Mauna Kea volcano spans back to ˜650 ka. Mauna Kea subaerial lavas have high average olivine contents (13 vol.%) and low average vesicle abundances (10 vol.%). Most subaerial Mauna Kea flows are `a`? (˜63%), whereas the Mauna Loa section contains nearly equal amounts of p?hoehoe and `a`? (like its current surface). The submarine Mauna Kea section contains an upper, ˜900 m thick, hyaloclastite-rich section and a lower, ˜1100 m thick, pillow-lava-dominated section. These results support a model that Hawaiian volcanoes are built on a pedestal of pillow lavas capped by rapidly quenched, fragmented lava debris. The HSDP2 section is compared here to a 1.7 km deep hole (SOH1) on Kilauea's lower east rift zone. Differences in the sections reflect the proximity to source vents and the lower magma supply to Kilauea's rift zone. Both drill core sections are cut by intrusions, but the higher abundance of intrusions in SOH1 reflects its location within a rift zone, causing more extensive alteration in the SOH1 core. The HSDP2 site recovered a relatively unaltered core well suited for geochemical analyses of the single deepest and most complete borehole ever drilled through a Hawaiian or any other oceanic island volcano.

Garcia, Michael O.; Haskins, Eric H.; Stolper, Edward M.; Baker, Michael

2007-02-01

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Media Advisory: NCI and NHGRI Launch Comprehensive Effort to Explore Cancer Genomics  

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On December 13, 2005, NCI and the National Human Genome Research Institute will host a press conference to launch a human cancer genome pilot project. The project will lay the foundation for exploring genomic changes involved in cancer, with the ultimate goal of developing new means of preventing, detecting and treating cancer.

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Anatomy Atlases - A Digital Library of Anatomy Information  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website provides a collection of anatomy atlases and encyclopedias including: Atlas of Human Anatomy, Atlas in Human Anatomy in Cross Section, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation, Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy - A Functional Approach, and Anatomy of First Aid. Within each resource, images, original plates, and descriptions relevant to the image are provided.

PhD Ronald A Bergman (University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine)

2011-08-31

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University of Portland Summer Courses- Anatomy & Anatomy Lab  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website provides course information for intensive course study during summer school at the University of Portland. The courses available include: Anatomy, Anatomy Lab, Physiology and Physiology Lab.

University of Portland (University of Portland)

2012-07-24

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HUMAN GROSS ANATOMY ANTH 695  

E-print Network

1 HUMAN GROSS ANATOMY ANTH 695 THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Instructor lectures: 33 ALUMNI MEMORIAL BUILDING Course description: Human Gross Anatomy knowledge) is also stressed. Course textbooks: Human gross anatomy uses four

Auerbach, Benjamin M.

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NCI's Role in the Development of Endostatin  

Cancer.gov

On Sept. 13, 1999, a report in the Wall Street Journal stated incorrectly that National Cancer Institute (NCI) scientists have "failed" to replicate Judah Folkman's original findings showing that the antiangiogenesis compound endostatin can dramatically shrink tumors in mice

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP)  

Cancer.gov

NCI Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) Pilot Program Summary January 2007 1 of 5 Cancer Care in the United States: • The pace of research in understanding cancer has accelerated in recent years, raising the need for more effective

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NCI Legislative Update National Cancer Advisory Board  

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NCI Legislative Update Clinical Trials Advisory Committee Susan Erickson Director, Office of Government and Congressional Relations December 8, 2008 Appropriations Status Legislation of Interest Outlook – 111 th Congress Legislative Activities HR 2462

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

Cancer.gov

Skip Navigation Home Resources by Category Resources by DOC Related Links Advanced Search NCI Cancer Models Database A database of mouse, rat, and other animal models of human cancers submitted by cancer researchers that... Read More Diet History Questionnaire

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Discovery | NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Content Search this site DISCOVERY NCINExTInfo@mail.nih.gov Overview Chemical Biology Consortium NExT Diversity Library Discovery Activities in DTP Discovery Activities in CCR Other NCI Programs Last Updated: 10/28/10 North

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NCI en el congreso de ASCO 2014  

Cancer.gov

El Instituto Nacional del Cáncer (NCI) participará en el 50° congreso anual de la Sociedad Americana de Oncología Clínica (ASCO) que tendrá lugar del 30 de mayo al 3 de junio de 2014 en Chicago, Illinois.

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NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer  

Cancer.gov

The NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer is a comprehensive, systematized initiative encompassing the public and private sectors, designed to accelerate the application of the best capabilities of nanotechnology to cancer.

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NCI Cancer Genetics Services Directory: Inclusion Criteria  

Cancer.gov

NCI Cancer Genetics Services Directory: Inclusion Criteria Licensed, board certified, or board eligible in their profession. A member of one of the following professional organizations or special interest groups: American College of Medical Genetics

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Past Funding - Contract Topics  

Cancer.gov

Download slides from the NCI SBIR contracts funding webinar. An audio recording and transcript of the webinar are also available for download. Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions on contract funding opportunities.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Past Funding - Contract Topics  

Cancer.gov

Additionally, please refer to the following cancer-related topic issued by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The funding was provided by NIDDK while the receipt, review, and contracting was handled by NCI.

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Extramural NCI Data Access Committee: Contact Us  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Main Content at the National Institutes of Health | www.cancer.gov Epidemiology and Genomics Research In NCI's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences Menu Search EGRP Site: EGRP Home About the Program Mission & Vision Organizational

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NCI Cancer Centers at AACR: 2013  

Cancer.gov

The American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting draws thousands of attendees to five days of science presentations and educational sessions. The institutions that comprise the network of NCI-designated Cancer Centers are strong presences.

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NCI DEA - Frederick Advisory Committee (FAC)  

Cancer.gov

National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Extramural Activities - Home Page Skip to Main Content Home Funding Advisory Consumer Guides FAQs & Glossary Awarded Research Division of Extramural Activities NCI Frederick Advisory

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NCI DEA - DCLG Archive Meeting Information  

Cancer.gov

National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Extramural Activities - Home Page Skip to Main Content Home Funding Advisory Consumer Guides FAQs & Glossary Awarded Research Division of Extramural Activities NCI Council of Research

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NIH and NCI Grants-Related Policies  

Cancer.gov

This section contains links compiled by the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP) to help investigators learn more about NIH and NCI policies related to grant applications and has FAQs related to grants policies.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum - Presenting Companies  

Cancer.gov

The 28 SBIR-funded companies selected to present at the 2014 NCI SBIR Investor Forum represent promising innovators that are developing the next generation of cancer therapeutics, diagnostics, and devices primed for commercialization.

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NCI Legislative Update National Cancer Advisory Board  

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NCI Legislative Update Clinical Trials Advisory Committee Susan Erickson Director, Office of Government and Congressional Relations March 4, 2009 Appropriations Information Legislation of Interest Outlook – 111 th Congress Follow Up – 110 th Congress Legislative

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NCI-Frederick PHL - Courier Services  

Cancer.gov

Courier services can be arranged through Stephanie Smith (301-846-1281), Histotechnology Departmental Administrative Assistant, for the collection of animals, samples, or other materials directly from the NIH-Bethesda campus to our laboratory at NCI Frederick.

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Discovery | NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Content Search this site DISCOVERY NCINExTInfo@mail.nih.gov Overview Chemical Biology Consortium NExT Diversity Library Discovery Activities in DTP Discovery Activities in CCR Other NCI Programs Last Updated: 10/28/10 Georgetown

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum - Collaborators  

Cancer.gov

The 2012 NCI SBIR Investor Forum was sponsored by The National Cancer Institute's SBIR Development Center in partnership with the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) and in collaboration with Prescience International.

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NCI DCP News 08/30/2010  

Cancer.gov

The NCI's Early Detection Research Network (EDRN) awarded 32 new five-year grants to researchers across the country for the discovery and validation of biological markers that signal the earliest stages of cancer.

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National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cohort Consortium Leadership  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Main Content at the National Institutes of Health | www.cancer.gov Epidemiology and Genomics Research In NCI's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences Menu Search EGRP Site: EGRP Home About the Program Mission & Vision Organizational

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

Cancer.gov

Skip Navigation Home Resources by Category Resources by DOC Related Links Advanced Search Integrative Cancer Biology Program (ICBP) Website NCI's extramural Integrative Cancer Biology Program (ICBP) focuses on the analysis of cancer as a complex biological

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NCI Cancer Patient Educators Listserv Unsubscribe Form  

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NCI Cancer Patient Educators Listserv Unsubscribe Form Name: * Email: Reason for leaving listserv: (please select one option below or describe your reason in the comments field if none of the options are appropriate) No longer involved in cancer

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NCI Assists Establishment of DNA Microarray Facilities  

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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced today that it will spend $4.1 million to help 24 cancer research centers throughout the country purchase equipment needed to launch DNA microarray facilities.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum - Contact Information  

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The NCI SBIR Investor Forum was an exclusive opportunity for 14 NCI funded companies in the diagnostic, therapeutic and devices sector to showcase their technology and have one-on-one sessions with investors and strategic partners. Each of the 14 companies was carefully chosen by an independent panel of experts, selected for strength of research, impact on cancer, product development and market potential. The event was beneficial to both small businesses.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - News & Events - Announcements  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center will host the day-long 2014 NCI SBIR Investor Forum on November 13, 2014 at Agilent Technologies, 5301 Stevens Creek Blvd., Santa Clara, CA 95051. Join top SBIR-funded companies and nearly 200 investors, venture capitalists, and strategic partners for a day of networking and presentations from the top SBIR-funded companies with innovative cancer-related technologies on the brink of commercialization.

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NCI Imaging Sciences Working Group (ISWG)  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Richard Klausner introduced the "Working Group concept," noting that the role of these "think tanks" is to identify an intellectually robust vision for new investment in particular areas of cancer (identified in the NCI Bypass Budget for fiscal years 1997-1998). It is expected that the Working Groups will make recommendations for actions that the NCI can take to advance research opportunities in these areas.

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Alignment of Multiple Ontologies of Anatomy: Deriving Indirect Mappings from Direct Mappings to a Reference  

PubMed Central

Objective To investigate the indirect alignment of two anatomical ontologies through a reference ontology and to compare it to direct alignment between these two ontologies. The ontologies under investigation are the Adult Mouse Anatomical Dictionary (MA) and the NCI Thesaurus (NCI). The Foundational Model of Anatomy serves as reference ontology. Methods The direct alignment employs a combination of lexical and structural similarity. The indirect alignment simply derives mappings from direct alignments to the reference ontology. Results The indirect MA-NCI alignment yielded 703 mappings and the direct alignment 715, 654 of which are common to both. The mappings specific to one approach were analyzed. Conclusions When a reference ontology exists, indirect alignment of multiple ontologies through a reference represents a valid, cost-effective alternative to pairwise alignment. PMID:16779163

Zhang, Songmao; Bodenreider, Olivier

2005-01-01

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Based on 20 published articles, 6 NCI market research reports, 1 literature review submitted to NCI in January, 2004, and the NCI Clinical Trials Education Series.  

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to NCI in January, 2004, and the NCI Clinical Trials Education Series. Clinical Trials Recruitment Clinical Trials Information is limited concerning patient attitudes toward clinical trials and toward NIH/NCI clinical trials specifically. In general, positive attitudes toward clinical trials tend to increase

Garfunkel, Eric

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Of Mice and Men: Aligning Mouse and Human Anatomies  

PubMed Central

This paper reports on the alignment between mouse and human anatomies, a critical resource for comparative science as diseases in mice are used as models of human disease. The two ontologies under investigation are the NCI Thesaurus (human anatomy) and the Adult Mouse Anatomical Dictionary, each comprising about 2500 anatomical concepts. This study compares two approaches to aligning ontologies. One is fully automatic, based on a combination of lexical and structural similarity; the other is manual. The resulting mappings were evaluated by an expert. 715 and 781 mappings were identified by each method respectively, of which 639 are common to both and all valid. The applications of the mapping are discussed from the perspective of biology and from that of ontology. PMID:16779002

Bodenreider, Olivier; Hayamizu, Terry F.; Ringwald, Martin; De Coronado, Sherri; Zhang, Songmao

2005-01-01

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Anatomy comic strips.  

PubMed

Comics are powerful visual messages that convey immediate visceral meaning in ways that conventional texts often cannot. This article's authors created comic strips to teach anatomy more interestingly and effectively. Four-frame comic strips were conceptualized from a set of anatomy-related humorous stories gathered from the authors' collective imagination. The comics were drawn on paper and then recreated with digital graphics software. More than 500 comic strips have been drawn and labeled in Korean language, and some of them have been translated into English. All comic strips can be viewed on the Department of Anatomy homepage at the Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Republic of Korea. The comic strips were written and drawn by experienced anatomists, and responses from viewers have generally been favorable. These anatomy comic strips, designed to help students learn the complexities of anatomy in a straightforward and humorous way, are expected to be improved further by the authors and other interested anatomists. PMID:21634024

Park, Jin Seo; Kim, Dae Hyun; Chung, Min Suk

2011-01-01

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FUTURE OF CONTENT The Stanford Clinical Anatomy SCAnS Library  

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FUTURE OF CONTENT The Stanford Clinical Anatomy SCAnS Library WHAT IF What if learning about human anatomy and biology in today's digital world was enriched by the ability to view and interact with 3D used to teach anatomy in secondary schools. PEOPLE BEHIND THE PROJECT Alan Detton, PhD, is an anatomist

Das, Rhiju

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Anatomy 199 Basic Human Anatomy Course Syllabus  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Word document contains the course syllabus (with schedule) for a one-quarter (i.e. 10 week), five-credit undergraduate human anatomy course, which serves health science majors from multiple areas. This course was designed to either meet for lecture three days a week (1.5 hour lectures; the posted syllabus is based on three lectures per week) or five days a week (50 minute lectures), along with laboratory once a week (2 hour lab). The laboratory portion of the course uses prosected cadavers, bones, and models. This basic human anatomy course normally has between 200-450 students registered per quarter.

Dr. Jennifer M Burgoon (The Ohio State University Division of Anatomy)

2011-03-25

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NCI Awards Contract for Geographic Information System to Support Breast Cancer Research on Long Island  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced today the award of a contract to AverStar, Inc., of Vienna, Va., to develop and implement a prototype geographic information system (GIS) for breast cancer studies as part of the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (LIBCSP). Questions and Answers

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Goals Overview  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Goals Overview Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact NCCCP Hospitals and Map Focus Areas The program goals for the NCCCP are: Reduce cancer healthcare

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Recommendations Accepted to Revamp NCI Clinical Trials System  

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The National Cancer Advisory Board (NCAB) of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) today accepted 22 strategic proposals for revamping the NCI's cancer clinical trials system and a five-year implementation plan to accomplish the changes.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Media Center Overview  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Media Center Overview Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact Contact For General Information Frank Blanchard (Contractor) Director,

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Participating Program Sites  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Participating Program Sites Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact About Overview For Patients and Public NCCCP Progress Reports and Tools NCCCP Hospitals

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Progress Reports and Tools  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Progress Reports and Tools Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact About Overview For Patients and Public NCCCP Progress Reports and Tools NCCCP Hospitals

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Highlights from the 2014 NCI Intramural Scientific Retreat  

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In addition, Douglas Lowy, M.D., NCI Deputy Director, presented the 2014 NCI Director’s Innovation Awards, which are designed to support the development of novel approaches and technologies for accelerating cancer research.

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Historical Anatomies on the Web  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Historical Anatomies on the Web is a digital project of the National Library of Medicine offering selected images from illustrated anatomical atlases spanning the 15th to 20th centuries. The atlases represented in this collection were chosen primarily for their historical and artistic significance, but anyone with an interest in medicine or the history of medical science should find this Web site appealing. All images may be downloaded free of charge, and new items will continue to be added to the online collection.

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NCI at Frederick: Frederick National Lab Services Catalog  

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Welcome to the Research Services Catalog. Services listed herein are available to NCI affiliated requestors on an open or limited-access "fee for service" basis. Services may also be available to non-NCI requestors; however, the listed prices are for NCI affiliated requestors and does not include a management support allocation. This charge will be assessed to non-NCI requestors and will be in addition to the listed price.

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Neurobiology & AnatomyNeurobiology & Anatomy Welcome and Introduction to the Neurobiology & Anatomy Department  

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Neurobiology & AnatomyNeurobiology & Anatomy Welcome and Introduction to the Neurobiology & Anatomy Department Hello, Welcome to the Neurobiology & Anatomy Department. Below you will find helpful information be found at the University of Utah Human Resources web site. Go to Human Resources Training and Development

Alvarado, Alejandro Sánchez

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Assessment of Virtual Reality for Human Anatomy Instruction.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

This research project seeks to meet the objective of science training by developing, assessing, and validating virtual reality as a human anatomy training medium. In ideal situations, anatomic models, computer-based instruction, and cadaver dissection are...

K. P. Benn

1994-01-01

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Trans-NCI Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacoepidemiology Working Group (PPWG)  

Cancer.gov

NCI established the Trans-NCI Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacoepidemiology Working Group (PPWG) in January 2008 to support development of a comprehensive and interdisciplinary pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacogenomics cancer research program. It is comprised of more than 40 interdisciplinary scientists from across all Divisions of NCI.

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Introducing the NCI’s Cancer Information Service  

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Introducing the NCI’s Cancer Information Service Introducing the NCI’s Cancer Information Service You will need Adobe Flash Player 8 or later and JavaScript enabled to view this video. You can view the movie here Staff from NCI's Cancer Information Service

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News Note: NCI Launches Centers of Quantitative Imaging Excellence Program  

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NCI is launching a new program to qualify existing NCI designated Cancer Centers with an added attribute -- as Centers of Quantitative Imaging Excellence. This program will significantly decrease potential variability in image procedures done while a patient is undergoing treatment as part of a NCI-sponsored clinical trial.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Related Programs Overview  

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One or more of the NCCCP’s four focus areas is shared by several NCI programs – including the NCI Cancer Centers Program, Community Clinical Oncology Program, Community Network Program, and others. The NCCCP will incorporate best practices from other NCI community cancer programs in delivering services to these communities.

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Related Programs Overview  

Cancer.gov

One or more of the NCCCP�s four focus areas is shared by several NCI programs � including the NCI Cancer Centers Program, Community Clinical Oncology Program, Community Network Program, and others. The NCCCP will incorporate best practices from other NCI community cancer programs in delivering services to these communities.

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Visual Standards for NCI Social/New Media Channels  

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Updated: 05/03/2012 Updated: 05/03/2012 Visual Standards for NCI Social/New Media Channels The NCI New Media Style Guide details the visual elements involved in the creation of social media sites, video/media, and applications for NCI. The elements

322

Anatomy and Physiology Everyday  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Students use information from newspaper articles to write a paper or presentation on the correlation of information from the article and their understanding of it using knowledge gained in anatomy and physiology class.

Teresa Alvarez (St. Louis Community College Forest Park AHNS)

2008-08-22

323

Dream Anatomy Learning Station  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Web site contains the educational materials for Dream Anatomy, a new exhibit at the National Library of Medicine. Viewable online, the exhibit offers a somewhat macabre but undeniably fascinating survey of changes in anatomical representation over the last five centuries. Recently added to the main Dream Anatomy Web site, Learning Station provides lesson plans and activities intended for 6-12 graders. The material can be used exhibit or its online version. The lesson plans titled Beginnings of Anatomical Illustrations (grades 6-12) and Anatomical Metaphors (grades 7-8) have especially strong life sciences applications. Other online activities offer "fun ways for high school and older students to explore the content of Dream Anatomy." Altogether, Dream Anatomy Learning Station offers students a unique look at the intersection of art, science, and the imagination.

2008-09-08

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Atlas of Plant Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Atlas of Plant Anatomy comes courtesy of Paul J. Schulte, plant physiologist at the University of Nevada, who created the Web site for his plant anatomy course. The Atlas contains microscope photos of different plant structures in cross section, including cell tissues, reproductive structures, roots, stems, apical meristems, and leaves. Each image comes with an informative description, and smaller structures are helpfully labeled. Some of the photos -- like the one of a pine bud in longitudinal section -- are quite eye-catching.

Schulte, Paul J.

2007-06-21

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Ontology-enriched Visualization of Human Anatomy  

SciTech Connect

The project focuses on the problem of presenting a human anatomical 3D model associated with other types of human systemic information ranging from physiological to anatomical information while navigating the 3D model. We propose a solution that integrates a visual 3D interface and navigation features with the display of structured information contained in an ontology of anatomy where the structures of the human body are formally and semantically linked. The displayed and annotated anatomy serves as a visual entry point into a patient's anatomy, medical indicators and other information. The ontology of medical information provides labeling to the highlighted anatomical parts in the 3D display. Because of the logical organization and links between anatomical objects found in the ontology and associated 3D model, the analysis of a structure by a physician is greatly enhanced. Navigation within the 3D visualization and between this visualization and objects representing anatomical concepts within the model is also featured.

Pouchard, LC

2005-12-20

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NCI Computer Services — CBIIT: Welcome to the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology  

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NCS manages the IT infrastructure for the NCI enterprise. This includes the hardware, hardware-maintenance contracts, software, network, labor, structures, and IT policies required to support the scientific and administrative activities of the Institute.

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Program Description - Ireland-Northern Ireland-NCI Cancer Consortium  

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The NCI has formed a multilateral partnership with Ireland and Northern Ireland to promote cooperation in all aspects of cancer research, treatment, and prevention. As part of this Ireland—Northern Ireland—NCI Cancer Consortium, the CPFP is open to applicants from Ireland and Northern Ireland. It is intended that individuals applying through the Consortium will pursue careers in cancer prevention in Ireland or Northern Ireland upon completion of the fellowship.

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NCI and Leidos Play Ball | Poster  

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The ping of an aluminum bat off a ball or the thump of a pop-up fly ball caught in a glove are two sounds familiar to baseball fans. Slow-pitch softball sounds—like those in the August game between mixed teams of NCI and Leidos Biomedical Research (formerly SAIC-Frederick) players—are similar.

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Technology Transfer Center | NCI TTC Fellowship Program  

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The DHHS, NIH, NCI Technology Transfer Center (TTC) has fellowship opportunities available to qualified candidates in one of the fastest growing fields, technology transfer. These fellowship opportunities let you combine your science background with a new career in the technology transfer field.

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

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CTEP plans and coordinates all aspects of clinical trials, including extramural clinical research programs, internal resources, treatment methods and effectiveness, and compilation of data pertaining to the development and evaluation of anticancer agents. The Common Toxicity Criteria is an effort to provide standard language for reporting adverse events that occur in cancer clinical trials sponsored by NCI.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Investor Forum - Registration  

Cancer.gov

Thank you for your interest in the 2014 NCI SBIR Investor Forum. The forum is designed for investors, venture capitalists, and strategic partners including pharmaceutical and device companies, and philanthropic organizations that fund innovative cancer-related technologies. We hope to have the opportunity to see you at the event.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - News & Events - Upcoming Events  

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Presentations and discussions will provide in-depth information about funding opportunities available to small businesses to support the research, development and commercialization of technologies and products designed to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. NCI SBIR Experts will also discuss $11 million in funding available for 21 FY2011 Contract Topics to support a range of novel cancer technologies.

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NCL Partnerships - NCI - Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory  

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NCI-Frederick focuses on direct research aimed at identifying the causes of cancer, AIDS, and related diseases. More than 100 scientists here are investigating the genetic, molecular, environmental, and behavioral factors that contribute to human cancers, as well as identifying new targets for cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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NCI: Research Resources > Search Research Resources  

Cancer.gov

Skip Navigation Home Resources by Category Resources by DOC Related Links Advanced Search Advanced Search Enter words or phrases to search the NCI Research Resources Web site. Search by Keyword(s) Enter Keyword(s) Search by Category and/or DOC Search

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NCI Scientists Launch Spotlight on Molecular Profiling  

Cancer.gov

Researchers at the NCI and their colleagues today introduced a new series of research articles, "Spotlight on Molecular Profiling," in the November 7, 2006, issue of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. The first article published in the series shows how such profiles can be used to discover a new biomarker that might someday help to personalize treatment of ovarian cancer.

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NCI Town Hall Meeting - July 12, 2010  

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So, this morning I had the pleasure of being sworn in as director of NCI by Kathleen Sebelius, in an event witnessed by my wife Connie Casey, who is out there somewhere in the audience. Might be next to you, so be careful what you say.

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Bylaws of the NCI Cohort Consortium  

Cancer.gov

The NCI Cohort Consortium has the potential to foster the development of young investigators in cancer epidemiology as well as to develop collaborations and strategic partnerships with other like-minded organizations and initiatives to foster greater scientific innovation, productivity, efficiency, and synergy.

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The Anatomy of Self-Defense  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This article describes a teaching method that incorporates real world application of anatomy. To apply student's anatomy skills, anatomy students were educated on self defense moves and the anatomy involved to make each action occur.

Dr. Pamela S Stein (University of Kentucky College of Medicine Anatomy and Neurobiology); Dr. April D Richardson (University of Kentucky College of Medicine Anatomy and Neurobiology); Dr. Sandra D Challman (University of Kentucky College of Dentistry Instructional Technology Center)

2008-05-01

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Broadly based, multidisciplinary, often long-term, research program which has a specific major objective or a basic theme. A program project is directed toward a range of problems having a central research focus in contrast to the usually narrower thrust of the traditional research project.

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The Anatomy of Anatomy: A Review for its Modernization  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This article describes the struggles anatomy education in the United Kingdom is facing, in particular available time and quality instruction for dissection labs. Described are the historical and modern teaching strategies used in anatomy and highlights of the positives and negatives of each. The focus of the author's statement is to highlight the need for a focus in anatomy pedagogy research and anatomy instructor programs.

Kapil Sugand (Imperial College London School of Medicine); Ashish Khurana (University Hospital of Wale Orthopedics)

2010-03-04

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Radiology Anatomy Teaching Modules  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

As more and more individuals elect to enter the various health science professions, there is an increased demand for teaching resources designed to keep students aware of basic skills and techniques. Created by the University of Washington, these radiology anatomy teaching modules are designed to supplement regular instruction and to serve as a reference resource for medical educators and students. Along the left side of the site visitors will find a muscle atlas, an online radiology guide, and the "Teaching Files" area. Further down the homepage, visitors will find the "Anatomy Teaching Modules" section. Here visitors can take advantage of modules that cover the basic radiographic anatomy of selected parts of the skeleton and related resources.

2007-01-01

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Veterinary Anatomy Instruction  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

With one of the most well regarded veterinary schools in the United States, the University of Minnesota continues to break new ground in the training of new veterinarians on a regular basis. Of course, more and more of these training materials are finding their way to the web, and this site will be quite helpful to those persons with an interest in this particular field. Created by different faculty members, the materials here are categorized by the course they are most commonly associated with, such as gross anatomy or neurobiology. In the gross anatomy section, visitors will find materials that include a glossary of terms related to veterinary anatomy and dissections, animations that illustrate the major gaits of various quadrupeds, and the nervous system pathways of canines. The neurobiology section contains instructional materials that include information about brain dissection neuroanatomy and neurohistology.

2006-10-30

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Research support specifically limited in time and amount for studies in categorical program areas. Small grants provide flexibility for initiating studies, which are generally for preliminary short-term projects and are non-renewable.

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Long-term support to an experienced investigator with an outstanding record of research productivity. This support is intended to encourage investigators to embark on long-term projects of unusual potential in a categorical program area.

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NCI Interactive Budget Analysis Tool  

Cancer.gov

Support research programs that have multiple projects directed towards specific major objective, basic theme, or program goal, requiring a broad-based, multidisciplinary, and often long-term, approach.

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The Drosophila anatomy ontology  

PubMed Central

Background Anatomy ontologies are query-able classifications of anatomical structures. They provide a widely-used means for standardising the annotation of phenotypes and expression in both human-readable and programmatically accessible forms. They are also frequently used to group annotations in biologically meaningful ways. Accurate annotation requires clear textual definitions for terms, ideally accompanied by images. Accurate grouping and fruitful programmatic usage requires high-quality formal definitions that can be used to automate classification and check for errors. The Drosophila anatomy ontology (DAO) consists of over 8000 classes with broad coverage of Drosophila anatomy. It has been used extensively for annotation by a range of resources, but until recently it was poorly formalised and had few textual definitions. Results We have transformed the DAO into an ontology rich in formal and textual definitions in which the majority of classifications are automated and extensive error checking ensures quality. Here we present an overview of the content of the DAO, the patterns used in its formalisation, and the various uses it has been put to. Conclusions As a result of the work described here, the DAO provides a high-quality, queryable reference for the wild-type anatomy of Drosophila melanogaster and a set of terms to annotate data related to that anatomy. Extensive, well referenced textual definitions make it both a reliable and useful reference and ensure accurate use in annotation. Wide use of formal axioms allows a large proportion of classification to be automated and the use of consistency checking to eliminate errors. This increased formalisation has resulted in significant improvements to the completeness and accuracy of classification. The broad use of both formal and informal definitions make further development of the ontology sustainable and scalable. The patterns of formalisation used in the DAO are likely to be useful to developers of other anatomy ontologies. PMID:24139062

2013-01-01

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DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY AND NEUROBIOLOGY  

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CREDIT-HOURS: 32 (33) First Year: 21 Credit-Hours ANAT 8501 Human Gross Anatomy 8 ANAT 8503 Human Embryology 2 ANAT 8504 Human Cell Biology and Microscopic Anatomy 4 ANAT 8505 Human Neuroanatomy WITH SPECIALTY IN ANATOMY (Ph.D.) TOTAL CREDIT-HOURS: 63 (65) First Year: 21 Credit-Hours ANAT 8501 Human Gross

Quirk, Gregory J.

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GENERAL ANATOMY Introductory remarks. _... . __ ____ 65  

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CHAPTER IV GENERAL ANATOMY Page Introductory remarks.· _·.·..·· · . ·__ ·· ·__·__ 65 Methods the arrangement and topography of the various systems of organs. The anatomy of edible oysters is described of the anatomy of C. virginica. The structure of the European oyster, O. edulis, is described by Orton (1937

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Learning Anatomy Enhances Spatial Ability  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Spatial ability is an important factor in learning anatomy. Students with high scores on a mental rotation test (MRT) systematically score higher on anatomy examinations. This study aims to investigate if learning anatomy also oppositely improves the MRT-score. Five hundred first year students of medicine ("n" = 242, intervention) and…

Vorstenbosch, Marc A. T. M.; Klaassen, Tim P. F. M.; Donders, A. R. T.; Kooloos, Jan G. M.; Bolhuis, Sanneke M.; Laan, Roland F. J. M.

2013-01-01

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Computational Anatomy: An Emerging Discipline  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper studies mathematical methods in the emerging new discipline of Computational Anatomy. Herein we formalize the Brown\\/Washington University model of anatomy following the global pattern theory introduced in [1, 2], in which anatomies are represented as deformable templates, collections of 0; 1; 2; 3 dimensional manifolds. Typical structure is carried by the template with the variabilities accommodated via the

Ulf Grenander; Michael I. Miller

1998-01-01

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Design and Development of a New Facility for Teaching and Research in Clinical Anatomy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article discusses factors in the design, commissioning, project management, and intellectual property protection of developments within a new clinical anatomy facility in the United Kingdom. The project was aimed at creating cost-effective facilities that would address widespread concerns over anatomy teaching, and support other activities…

Greene, John Richard T.

2009-01-01

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External Anatomy Lab  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Interactive grasshopper anatomy lessons. Mouthparts, legs, abdomen, various sutures are all featured, as well as well as more general discussions about the types of insect antennae,wings, legs, and mouthparts. An excellent flash demonstration of mouthpart modifications is also featured.

0002-11-30

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Clinical Topographic Anatomy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website created by faculty at the University of Zurich and University of Australia provides mini-lectures on regional anatomy. The lectures are broken up by the head, neck & trunk, upper limb, lower Limb, thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. Quizzes for each region are also available.

2010-01-01

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The Anatomy Puzzle Book.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document features review questions, crossword puzzles, and word search puzzles on human anatomy. Topics include: (1) Anatomical Terminology; (2) The Skeletal System and Joints; (3) The Muscular System; (4) The Nervous System; (5) The Eye and Ear; (6) The Circulatory System and Blood; (7) The Respiratory System; (8) The Urinary System; (9) The…

Jacob, Willis H.; Carter, Robert, III

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NCI Statement on Breast Cancer Screening  

Cancer.gov

NCI appreciates the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's careful review and analysis of the evidence regarding breast cancer screening for women at average risk. The take-away message is that each woman needs to consider her individual benefits and risks and discuss them with her health care provider before making a decision on when to start screening mammography and how often to get one.

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NCI-Frederick PHL - Molecular Pathology  

Cancer.gov

The Molecular Pathology Group (MPG) is a recent addition to the laboratory Animal Science Program (LASP), at the Frederick, Maryland campus of the National Cancer Institute. This Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. group is actively working to expand high-quality, pathology-based research application support available to NCI investigators and their collaborators. Its primary role is to extend the capabilities of the existing Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - News & Events - Upcoming Events  

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Join SBIR at the 2010 BIO International Convention. Michael Weingarten, Director of NCI SBIR Development Center, and Greg Evans, Program Director, will each discuss new SBIR funding available for small businesses, opportunities for investors and strategic partners to collaborate with SBIR awardees, tips for applying to the SBIR program, and how to overcome commercialization challenges and enable the development of technologies to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

Cancer.gov

The Developmental Therapeutics Program of NCI operates an anti-cancer screening program for the benefit of the extramural research community. The program, which is operated at no cost to suppliers, accepts both natural and synthetic compounds from scientists in the academic and industrial communities worldwide. Entrance into this program is through a supplier-driven on-line submission form. For screening of natural product extracts, the Natural Products Branch should be contacted.

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NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

Cancer.gov

NCI's Experimental Therapeutics Program (NExT) focuses on advancing breakthrough discoveries in basic and clinical research into new therapies to treat cancer patients. NExT unites the drug development expertise of the Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD) with the dynamic research programs and state-of-the art facilities of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at the NIH Clinical Center-the world's largest hospital devoted entirely to clinical research.

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NCI: SBIR & STTR - Funding Opportunities  

Cancer.gov

If Phase I proves successful, the company may apply for a two-year Phase II award of up to $1 million to further develop the concept, usually to the prototype stage. Proposals are judged competitively on the basis of scientific, technical, and commercial merit. Phase I and II applicants may propose and justify longer periods of time and greater amounts of funds necessary for completion of the project.

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NCI’s Fiscal Picture and Grant Support for FY2011  

Cancer.gov

On May 6, 2011, NCI Director Harold Varmus sent an email to all NCI grantees regarding NCI's budget and the challenges ahead for the cancer research community. The full text of the email is presented below.

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Project Enlists Community Physicians in Cancer Research  

Cancer.gov

To enable more patients and physicians to participate in clinical studies that advance cancer care, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is conducting a pilot project, the Expanded Participation Project (EPP), to speed cancer research by broadening access to clinical trials

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Syllabus Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory -Biol 350 Spring 2014 page 1 of 10  

E-print Network

Syllabus Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory - Biol 350 Spring 2014 page 1 of 10 Welcome to Human Anatomy! Except for those destined for medical or dental school, it is assumed that students Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory - Biol 350 Spring 2014 page 2 of 10 #12;Syllabus Human Anatomy

Houde, Peter

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NCI at Frederick: Frederick National Lab Services Catalog - Program Listing  

Cancer.gov

Please select a program area to view services offered and current pricing. The listed prices are for NCI affiliated requestors and does not include a management support allocation. This charge will be assessed to non-NCI requestors and will be in addition to the listed price.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for June 26, 2007 (PDF)  

Cancer.gov

? NCI Cancer Bulletin NCI Cancer Bulletin A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov June 26, 2007 Volume 4 | Number

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Implementation of the NCI’s National Clinical Trials Network  

Cancer.gov

NCI is launching a new clinical trials research network intended to improve treatment for the more than 1.6 million Americans diagnosed with cancer each year. The new system, NCI’s National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN), will facilitate the rapid initiation and completion of cancer clinical trials at over 3,000 clinical trials sites.

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Compiling an NCI Best Case Series-OCCAM  

Cancer.gov

As part of the NCI Best Case Series Program, this protocol enables CRISP staff to work with CAM practitioners to identify appropriate, well-documented cancer cases. The primary goal of this protocol is to obtain and review sufficient information to determine if NCI-initiated research is warranted on a specific intervention.

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NCI at Frederick: WHK Student Intern Program - Lab Safety Guidance  

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Every year the NCI-F welcomes new students into the Werner Kirsten Student Intern Program, affording students who are often under the age of 18 the opportunity to perform research and work with NCI-F scientific staff to gain experience in a biomedical research environment.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for July 10, 2007 (HTML)  

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Speaking to NCI's Board of Scientific Advisors (BSA) on June 28, Dr. Niederhuber explained that the end-of-year payline for R01 grants would be the 15th percentile. At the beginning of the year, the payline estimate was the 12th percentile, the same level at which NCI finished in 2006.

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Lateral canthal anatomy: a review.  

PubMed

The anatomy of the lateral canthus is analogous to that of the medial canthus, but with a less defined structure. Although the lateral canthal tendon occupies the major part of the lateral canthal anatomy, the lateral rectus capsulopalpebral fascia and other structures also play a significant role. Appropriate comprehension and consideration of the lateral canthal anatomy enable safe and effective performance in the lateral canthal surgeries. In this review, we present the lateral canthal anatomy along with updated topics. We discuss the lateral canthal tendon, lateral orbital thickening, lateral palpebral raphe, lateral canthal muscle, lateral rectus capsulopalpebral fascia, lateral check ligament, lateral retinaculum, and orbitomalar ligament. PMID:22690873

Kang, Hyera; Takahashi, Yasuhiro; Ichinose, Akihiro; Nakano, Takashi; Asamoto, Ken; Ikeda, Hiroshi; Iwaki, Masayoshi; Kakizaki, Hirohiko

2012-08-01

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Extramural NCI Data Access Committee: Charter  

Cancer.gov

The Extramural National Cancer Institute (NCI) Data Access Committee (DAC) will review and approve or disapprove all requests from the research community for access to controlled data of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of cancer and other genotype-phenotype studies (including sequencing and molecular diagnostic assays) for which it is responsible. The Committee evaluates if the request conforms to NIH policies and procedures including consistency of the proposed research use with data use limitations stipulated by the submitting institution for each study.

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University of Oregon Human Anatomy I  

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University of Oregon Human Anatomy I HPHY 321 Fall 2013 Monday learning opportunity occurs if students choose to take HPHY 321 (Anatomy I Resources: 1. Anatomy & Physiology Revealed 3.0, Web-Based Program. This is a great

Lockery, Shawn

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HUMAN GROSS ANATOMY ANTH 695 SPRING 2014  

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1 HUMAN GROSS ANATOMY ANTH 695 � SPRING 2014 THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE description: Human Gross Anatomy provides advanced graduate students with in in Anatomy Lecture Series Fridays: 12:20 PM � 1:10 PM * All

Auerbach, Benjamin M.

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Anatomy Adventure: A Board Game for Enhancing Understanding of Anatomy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Certain negative factors such as fear, loss of concentration and interest in the course, lack of confidence, and undue stress have been associated with the study of anatomy. These are factors most often provoked by the unusually large curriculum, nature of the course, and the psychosocial impact of dissection. As a palliative measure, Anatomy

Anyanwu, Emeka G.

2014-01-01

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SKELETAL ANATOMY The Anatomy of Sea Turtles 53  

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become more pronounced as the turtles age. Figs. 107a and 107b. The pelvis of the leatherback is composedSKELETAL ANATOMY The Anatomy of Sea Turtles 53 intermedium centrale humerus lateral process distal of a leatherback flipper. ba Fig. 101. The cheloniid humerus is distinctive in its form with a slight- ly offset

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Wiley Anatomy Website  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Wiley InterScience (described in the October 3, 1997 Scout Report) is the online journal service for John Wiley & Sons. As part of their contribution to the information highway, InterScience offers three separate Internet resource centers featuring anatomy, neuroscience, and genetics. Each Website is intended as a gateway for researchers and educators in relevant disciplines, and includes discussion about and links to Wiley publications (journals). While access to all Wiley publications is not free, several sample articles are provided for each journal.

377

Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays  

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Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays Northrop Frye Here is a book fundamental enough to be entitled theorists of the twen- tieth century,and Anatomy of Criticism is his magnum opus.More than any other North American critic, Frye paved the way for the explosion of interest in literary theory that took hold

Landweber, Laura

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NCI Thesaurus Downloads — CBIIT: Welcome to the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology  

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The NCIt is developed in OWL using NCI-developed plug-ins for the Protege editor, hence OWL is the primary distribution format and we provide asserted and inferred versions. We also provide the NCIt in the LexGrid XML format to facilitate consumption by third-party installations of LexEVS, and in a tab-delimited format that some users prefer over XML for simple purposes.

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Program Description - NCI-FDA Joint Training in Cancer Prevention  

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Cancer Prevention Fellows are eligible to participate in the NCI—FDA joint training in cancer prevention initiative. This component of the CPFP provides training in cancer prevention and in the development and approval processes of drugs, biologic agents, devices, or nutritional products. The program's interdisciplinary training will enable scientists to more rapidly move novel chemopreventive agents and early detection methods from the laboratory to the community.

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About NExT | NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

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The NCI’s Experimental Therapeutics (NExT) Program is designed to streamline development and testing of promising new anticancer drugs and to expedite their delivery to the bedside. The NExT Program, a partnership between NCI’s Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD) and the Center for Cancer Research (CCR), consolidates NCI’s anticancer drug discovery and development resources in support of a robust and balanced therapeutics pipeline from new target validation through Phase III clinical trial evaluation.

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Syllabus Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory -Biol 350 Fall 2014 page 1 of 10  

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Syllabus Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory - Biol 350 Fall 2014 page 1 of 10 Welcome to Human Anatomy! Except for those destined for medical or dental school, it is assumed that students with practice as a medical professional. #12;Syllabus Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy Laboratory - Biol 350 Fall

Houde, Peter

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College of Medicine ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY  

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of the following: Tissue Biology, Neuroanatomy, or one section of Gross Human Anatomy. InterdepartmentalCollege of Medicine ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY Mailing Address: Department of Anatomy and Cell Studies: Conwell Anderson The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology offers work leading to degrees

Illinois at Chicago, University of

383

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Analysis on Computational Anatomy  

E-print Network

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Analysis on Computational Anatomy Anqi Qiu1 , Laurent Younes1 , Michael I Computational Anatomy (CA) [1] is a discipline which is evolving rapidly world- wide. The three major areas in the anatomy. 68 Mathematical Foundations of Computational Anatomy (MFCA'06) inria-00635889,version1-26Oct2011

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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BIM Anatomy An investigation into implementation prerequisites  

E-print Network

BIM Anatomy An investigation into implementation prerequisites Martin Hooper #12;BIM Anatomy Title: BIM Anatomy An investigation into implementation prerequisites Published: 2012 Design SE221 00 Lund Sweden Tel: +46 (0)46 222 48 63 #12;BIM Anatomy: An investigation

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WebAnatomy.net  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

With a longtime presence on the web, Professor Jim Swan of the University of New Mexico has created a fine set of online anatomy and physiology resources that he uses in his courses on a regular basis. Students of the human body will also want to avail themselves of these materials, which include sets of pathology images and slides that cover such conditions as coronary artery thrombosis, atherosclerosis, and so on. One rather handy section includes weblab modules that introduce acolytes to the world of the heart, the lungs, and the digestive system through slides and interactive photos. The site is rounded out by the �Virtual Microscope� area, which includes detailed slides and explanations of cartilage, bone, blood, and muscular tissue.

Swan, Jim

2007-02-18

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WebAnatomy.net  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

With a longtime presence on the web, Professor Jim Swan of the University of New Mexico has created a fine set of online anatomy and physiology resources that he uses in his courses on a regular basis. Students of the human body will also want to avail themselves of these materials, which include sets of pathology images and slides that cover such conditions as coronary artery thrombosis, atherosclerosis, and so on. One rather handy section includes weblab modules that introduce acolytes to the world of the heart, the lungs, and the digestive system through slides and interactive photos. The site is rounded out by the "Virtual Microscope" area, which includes detailed slides and explanations of cartilage, bone, blood, and muscular tissue.

Swan, Jim

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NCI Scientists Create Model That Predicts Follicular Lymphoma Survival  

Cancer.gov

Scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, have created a model that predicts the survival of follicular lymphoma patients based on the molecular characteristics of their tumors at diagnosis.

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NCI Awards First Funding for Consortium of Cohorts Initiative  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) today announced the funding of a new initiative to pool data and biospecimens from 10 large study populations to conduct research on gene and environment interactions.

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NCI's Tumor Gene Index Reaches Its Two-Year Mark  

Cancer.gov

Two years ago this month, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and Vice President Al Gore publicly launched a historic initiative to compile on the Internet the first comprehensive record, or index, of genes involved in human cancer.

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NCI Awards First Contracts for Unconventional Innovations Program  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced today that it has awarded the first five contracts of an innovative new program to develop novel, "one-stop" technologies capable of both detecting and destroying tumor cells.

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NCI Awards First Grants for the Director's Challenge  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced today that it has awarded the first 10 grants of a major new initiative to define the patterns of molecular changes in tumors called "The Director's Challenge: Toward a Molecular Classification of Tumors."

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NCI Expands Office of Cancer Survivorship Web Site  

Cancer.gov

Underscoring its commitment to the growing population of cancer survivors, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) today unveiled the Office of Cancer Survivorship's (OCS) newly designed, easy-to-navigate Web site.

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Guidelines for Application  

Cancer.gov

Skip navigation. Table of Contents Director's Message Staff Profiles Program Description Program Information Guidelines for Application Preceptorships Bibliography Post-Fellowship Employment Life Outside the NCI Previous Page | Next Page Application

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NCI Researchers Identify Novel Mechanism for Spread of Sarcoma Tumors  

Cancer.gov

A team of researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), using a mouse model, have uncovered a novel protein interaction that promotes the spread of cancer cells (a process known as metastasis) in a class of tumors collectively called sarcomas.

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NCI-CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch: Neurobehavioral Program - Research  

Cancer.gov

As part of the Behavioral Sciences Core, the primary aim of the Neurobehavioral Group is to conduct a systematic collaborative research program to support the scientific efforts of the NCI and other NIH Institutes.

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NCI Planning Study of Bevacizumab (Avastin?) for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) today announced that it is planning to open a clinical trial that will evaluate bevacizumab (Avastin?), an antiangiogenic agent, for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer who are no longer benefiting from effective, standard treatment regimens.

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First NCI Epidemiology Leadership Workshop: Tobacco, Diet, and Genes  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Main Content at the National Institutes of Health | www.cancer.gov Epidemiology and Genomics Research In NCI's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences Menu Search EGRP Site: EGRP Home About the Program Mission & Vision Organizational

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NCI - Board of Scientific Acvisors - 19JUN97 Meeting  

Cancer.gov

TABLE OF CONTENTS Call to Order and Opening Remarks - Dr. David Livingston Consideration of March Meeting Minutes - Dr. David Livingston Report of the Director, NCI - Dr. Richard Klausner Congressional Update - Ms. Dorothy Tisevich Ongoing and New Business - Dr.

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NCI Requests Cancer Targets for Monoclonal Antibody Production and Characterization  

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In an effort to provide well-characterized monoclonal antibodies to the scientific community, NCI's Antibody Characterization Program requests cancer-related protein targets for affinity production and distribution.

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NCI Requests Targets for Monoclonal Antibody Production and Characterization  

Cancer.gov

In an effort to provide well-characterized monoclonal antibodies to the scientific community, NCI's Antibody Characterization Program requests cancer-related protein targets for affinity production and distribution.

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NCI Awards $15 Million to Study Cancer Survivors  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has earmarked $15 million over five years for new research into the physical and emotional well-being of cancer survivors who are alive five or more years after diagnosis.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for January 23, 2007 (PDF)  

Cancer.gov

Eliminating the Suffering and Death Due to Cancer During his visit to the NIH campus on January 17, President George Bush discussed cancer pre-vention with (left to right) HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt, NCI Director Dr. John E.

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Table of Contents  

Cancer.gov

Skip navigation. Table of Contents Director's Message Staff Profiles Program Description Program Information Guidelines for Application Preceptorships Bibliography Post-Fellowship Employment Life Outside the NCI Next Page Application Catalog Table of

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NCI/CPFP - 2010 Application Catalog - Program Description  

Cancer.gov

Skip navigation. Table of Contents Director's Message Staff Profiles Program Description Program Information Guidelines for Application Preceptorships Bibliography Post-Fellowship Employment Life Outside the NCI Previous Page | Next Page Application

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NCI Releases Software Tool for Sharing Microarray Data  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has released a new software tool that will facilitate the sharing and analysis of microarray data by the medical research community.

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Representing Neural Connectivity in the Foundational Model of Anatomy Ontology  

E-print Network

the Human Connectome Project and related structural and functional connectivity research can can of human white matter anatomy. Radiology. 3. Detwiler LT, Suciu, D, Franklin JD, Moore EB, Poliakov AV, Lee and visualization of multimodality data: application to brain mapping. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 4. Turner JA

Washington at Seattle, University of

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The Quantitative Imaging Network: NCI's Historical Perspective and Planned Goals  

PubMed Central

The purpose of this editorial is to provide a brief history of National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute (NCI) workshops as related to quantitative imaging within the oncology setting. The editorial will then focus on the recently supported NCI initiatives, including the Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN) initiative and its organizational structure, including planned research goals and deliverables. The publications in this issue of Translational Oncology come from many of the current members of this QIN research network. PMID:24772201

Clarke, Laurence P; Nordstrom, Robert J; Zhang, Huiming; Tandon, Pushpa; Zhang, Yantian; Redmond, George; Farahani, Keyvan; Kelloff, Gary; Henderson, Lori; Shankar, Lalitha; Deye, James; Capala, Jacek; Jacobs, Paula

2014-01-01

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How To Apply | NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT)  

Cancer.gov

Please note that a NExT proposal is NOT a grant application. Rather, a NExT proposal is an application to gain access to scientific capabilities and resources available to the NCI with the goal of moving promising anti-cancer concepts and novel agents into clinical testing. Applications to the NExT Program are evaluated for scientific merit, feasibility, novelty, clinical need, and alignment with NCI mission.

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NCI Metathesaurus License Validation and Data File Download  

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NCI Metathesaurus (NCIm) is built on top of a subset of the NLM's UMLS Metathesaurus, use of which is restricted under the UMLS license agreement. Your UMLS credentials will be validated in this page prior to downloading the NCIm RRF data files. To download other files associated with the NCIm (e.g. documentation, MetamorphoSys), or if you do not currently have a UMLS account or license, please return to the main NCI Metathesaurus Downloads page and follow the links there.

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OLFACTION: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR  

EPA Science Inventory

The anatomy, physiology and function of the olfactory system are reviewed, as are the normal effects of olfactory stimulation. It is speculated that olfaction may have important but unobtrusive effects on human behavior....

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The assessment of virtual reality for human anatomy instruction  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This research project seeks to meet the objective of science training by developing, assessing, and validating virtual reality as a human anatomy training medium. In ideal situations, anatomic models, computer-based instruction, and cadaver dissection are utilized to augment the traditional methods of instruction. At many institutions, lack of financial resources limits anatomy instruction to textbooks and lectures. However, human anatomy is three dimensional, unlike the one dimensional depiction found in textbooks and the two dimensional depiction found on the computer. Virtual reality is a breakthrough technology that allows one to step through the computer screen into a three dimensional world. This technology offers many opportunities to enhance science education. Therefore, a virtual testing environment of the abdominopelvic region of a human cadaver was created to study the placement of body parts within the nine anatomical divisions of the abdominopelvic region and the four abdominal quadrants.

Benn, Karen P.

1994-01-01

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The place of surface anatomy in the medical literature and undergraduate anatomy textbooks.  

PubMed

The aims of this review were to examine the place of surface anatomy in the medical literature, particularly the methods and approaches used in teaching surface and living anatomy and assess commonly used anatomy textbooks in regard to their surface anatomy contents. PubMed and MEDLINE databases were searched using the following keywords "surface anatomy," "living anatomy," "teaching surface anatomy," "bony landmarks," "peer examination" and "dermatomes". The percentage of pages covering surface anatomy in each textbook was calculated as well as the number of images covering surface anatomy. Clarity, quality and adequacy of surface anatomy contents was also examined. The search identified 22 research papers addressing methods used in teaching surface anatomy, 31 papers that can help in the improvement of surface anatomy curriculum, and 12 anatomy textbooks. These teaching methods included: body painting, peer volunteer surface anatomy, use of a living anatomy model, real time ultrasound, virtual (visible) human dissector (VHD), full body digital x-ray of cadavers (Lodox(®) Statscan(®) images) combined with palpating landmarks on peers and the cadaver, as well as the use of collaborative, contextual and self-directed learning. Nineteen of these studies were published in the period from 2006 to 2013. The 31 papers covered evidence-based and clinically-applied surface anatomy. The percentage of surface anatomy in textbooks' contents ranged from 0 to 6.2 with an average of 3.4%. The number of medical illustrations on surface anatomy varied from 0 to 135. In conclusion, although there has been a progressive increase in publications addressing methods used in teaching surface anatomy over the last six to seven years, most anatomy textbooks do not provide students with adequate information about surface anatomy. Only three textbooks provided a solid explanation and foundation of understanding surface anatomy. PMID:23650274

Azer, Samy A

2013-01-01

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact About NCCCP OverviewProgram Summary

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78 FR 44136 - Submission for OMB review; 30-day Comment Request: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer...  

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...National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Nanotechnology Platform Partnership Scientific Progress...Scientific Initiatives, Office of Cancer Nanotechnology Research, National Cancer Institute...Cancer Institute (NCI) Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer Platform Partnership...

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78 FR 27974 - Proposed Collection; 60-Day Comment Request: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Alliance for...  

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...Cancer Institute (NCI) Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer Platform Partnership Scientific...Scientific Initiatives, Office of Cancer Nanotechnology Research, National Cancer Institute...Cancer Institute (NCI) Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer Platform Partnership...

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - Spartanburg Regional, Spartanburg, South Carolina  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - Spartanburg Regional, Spartanburg, South Carolina Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact About NCCCP OverviewProgram Summary Overview

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - Christiana Hospital, Newark, Delaware  

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NCI Community Cancer Centers Program - Pilot Site Profile - Christiana Hospital, Newark, Delaware Search NCCCP NCCCP Home About Focus Areas NCI in the Community News & Publications Contact About NCCCP OverviewProgram Summary Overview of Participating

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Effects of Training Experienced Teachers in the Use of the One-Minute Preceptor Technique in the Gross Anatomy Laboratory  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The one-minute preceptor (OMP) is a time-efficient, learner-centered teaching method used in a busy ambulatory care setting. This project evaluated the effects of training experienced anatomy teachers in the use of the OMP in the gross anatomy laboratory on students' perceived learning. Second-year medical students from a five-year,…

Chan, Lap Ki; Sharma, Neel

2014-01-01

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EVS (Enterprise Vocabulary Services) — CBIIT: Welcome to the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology  

Cancer.gov

The NCI Thesaurus and NCI Metathesaurus provide standard vocabularies for biomedical research. The content of the NCI Thesaurus is available for download in tab-delimited flat file format, Web Ontology Language (OWL) format and in LexGrid XML format. LexEVS is the terminology server used at NCI to support programmatic and web browser access to the vocabularies; it is also available for download and use by third parties.

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76 FR 2253 - TRICARE; Coverage of National Cancer Institute (NCI) Sponsored Phase I Studies  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

...0720-AB31 TRICARE; Coverage of National Cancer Institute (NCI) Sponsored Phase I Studies...This final rule adds coverage of National Cancer Institute (NCI) sponsored Phase I studies...adds the coverage of a subset of National Cancer Institute (NCI) sponsored Phase I...

2011-01-13

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PRIMARY HUMAN ANATOMY: BIOL20600 SPRING 2014  

E-print Network

1 PRIMARY HUMAN ANATOMY: BIOL20600 SPRING 2014 Instructors: Kit Muma, Rm. 158 CNS, (607) 274 in 118 Willams Hall Required Texts: McKinley, M. and V. O'Loughlin. 2012. Human Anatomy 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill Anatomy and Physiology Revealed 3.0 available at bookstore or on-line at http://www.mhhe.com/sem/apr3

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A COMPARATIVE PRIMATE ANATOMY Dissection Manual  

E-print Network

is used as a reference species against which we compared the anatomy of the non-human primates. It alsoA COMPARATIVE PRIMATE ANATOMY Dissection Manual Edited by: Rebecca Rogers Ackermann Version 1 Anatomy taught jointly by Professors J Cheverud, G Conroy, and J Phillips-Conroy, at Washington University

Ackermann, Rebecca Rogers

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College of Medicine ANA Anatomy and Neurobiology  

E-print Network

completion of ANA 109. ANA 209 PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN ANATOMY. (3-basedundergraduateanatomyandregionally-basedmedicalprofessional anatomy. The human body will be taught in an online format, including modules for independent study.Prereq:Anintroductorycourse in biology, zoology, or botany and consent of instructor. ANA 511 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY. (5

MacAdam, Keith

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COMPUTATIONAL ANATOMY: AN EMERGING Ulf Grenandery  

E-print Network

COMPUTATIONAL ANATOMY: AN EMERGING DISCIPLINE Ulf Grenandery and Michael I. Millerz June 25, 1998 Abstract This paper studies mathematical methods in the emerging new discipline of Computational Anatomy. Herein we formalize the Brown/Washington University model of anatomy following the global pattern theory

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NEW CO-CHAIRS FOR ANATOMY &  

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#12;2 NEW CO-CHAIRS FOR ANATOMY & STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY Drs. John Condeelis and Robert Singer have been named co-chairs of the Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology. They had been serving jointly of anatomy in 1977. Appointed profes- sor in 1987, he currently serves as sci- entific director

Yates, Andrew

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Anatomy Department Act of Remembrance and Thanksgiving  

E-print Network

Anatomy Department Act of Remembrance and Thanksgiving ON Wednesday 6th March 2013 AT 5.15pm with the staff and students from the Anatomy Department have an opportunity to show their appreciation readings, singing, and music which is performed by the Chapel Choir and students from the Anatomy Dept

O'Mahony, Donal E.

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Lab 2: Anatomy of Coral  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this activity, students examine hydra, a fresh-water relative of coral, under a microscope to observe feeding behavior and identify stinging cells that are characteristic of corals. They also learn more about the individual animals that make up coral reefs and construct simple models of coral polyp anatomy and feeding behavior.

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Anatomy of the Bee's Sting  

Microsoft Academic Search

DURING a recent inquiry into the existing knowledge of the chemistry of bee poison, I examined also the anatomy of the bee's sting, a subject to which I venture to direct attention. It is stated, and the evidence seems to be undeniable, that the sting of the worker bee is the insect's ovipositor metamorphosed into an efficient weapon of attack.

Percy E. Spielmann

1912-01-01

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ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (a) ANATOMY  

E-print Network

ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (a) ANATOMY Very few teeth of DORCM G 13,675 were found. The remains were sufficient to show that, in this specimen, as in most large Kimmeridgian forms, teeth were and compare anatomical information and bite force for many extant and extinct taxa such as crocodilians

Benton, Michael

430

The Anatomy of Health Insurance  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article describes the anatomy of health insurance. It begins by considering the optimal design of health insurance policies. Such policies must make tradeoffs appropriately between risk sharing on the one hand and agency problems such as moral hazard (the incentive of people to seek more care when they are insured) and supplier-induced demand (the incentive of physicians to provide

David M. Cutler; Richard J. Zeckhauser

1999-01-01

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Human Anatomy II: Circulatory System  

E-print Network

1 Human Anatomy II: Circulatory System The Cardiovascular System Major functions include) Maintenance of fluid balance Protection against invading organisms Circulatory systems may be open or closed Open circulatory systems allow circulatory fluid to empty out of vessels Closed circulatory systems

Brown, Christopher A.

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On the anatomy of understanding  

Microsoft Academic Search

In search for the nature of understanding of basic science in a clinical context, eight medical students were interviewed, with a focus on their view of the discipline of anatomy, in their fourth year of study. Interviews were semi?structured and took place just after the students had finished their surgery rotations. Phenomenographic analysis was used to explore how the students

Niklas Wilhelmsson; Lars Owe Dahlgren; Håkan Hult; Anna Josephson

2011-01-01

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NCI-CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch - Clinical Programs: Psychosocial  

Cancer.gov

Research is another critical component of the psychosocial program. Our research studies are designed to learn how to best help patients and their families prepare for, adjust to, and cope with the effects of cancer and other related medical conditions while enrolled on research protocols in several NCI Branches and NIH Institutes.

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NCI MOUSE REPOSITORY-LASP Prices 2013 & 2014  

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09/18/14 Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research NCI MOUSE REPOSITORY-LASP Services without a price for a given year: may not be available, the price is pending or it hasn't been selected to be displayed on the web. Service Code Service

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Creating Start-up Companies around NCI Inventions | Poster  

Cancer.gov

The Challenge features 10 breast cancer inventions (nine from NCI and one from the Avon Foundation) that have commercial viability and are important to public health (see below). The primary goal of the Challenge is to stimulate the creation of start-up businesses based on these inventions.

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I.7 NCI's 131 I/NTS Communications Campaign  

E-print Network

) Radioactive Iodine (I-131) and Thyroid Cancer--This flip chart, designed for use in small groups of up to 10 providers (via health provider organizations) who conduct thyroid screening and education about emphasis on groups responsible for thyroid education, about the availability of NCI's I-131 materials

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2014 FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP News Flashes  

Cancer.gov

The following is an archive of listserv announcements, or "News Flashes" sent by the Epidemiology and Genetics Research Program (EGRP) to FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP LISTSERV subscribers. These occasional announcements communicate information about funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news.

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Reforms speed initiation of NCI-sponsored clinical trials  

Cancer.gov

The process of opening a cancer clinical trial for patient accrual often takes years, and research has shown that trials which are slow to register patients often fail to finish. Following a thorough review, NCI’s Operational Efficiency Working Group produced a series of recommendations that are now being implemented.

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NCI Announces New Initiative on Energetics and Cancer  

Cancer.gov

NCI today announced the funding of a new initiative that will expand its efforts to understand the relationship between obesity and cancer. The Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer (TREC) initiative will support a diverse team of scientists from across the United States.

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Coding Manual for the 2007 NCI Diet History Questionnaire  

Cancer.gov

Coding Manual for the 2007 NCI Diet History Questionnaire DHQ1.2007.OSC, DHQ1.2007.Teleform, DHQ1.2007.Keypunch The 2007 version of the DHQ is distributed on the DHQ Web site (www.riskfactor.cancer.gov/DHQ) in multiple formats: 1) a format compatible

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NCI Announces Awards to Increase Minority Access to Cancer Information  

Cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) this month announced multiple awards totaling close to $1 million to help develop research and programs to understand and eventually breach the Digital Divide that exists among many minority populations in accessing and utilizing cancer information on the Internet

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2012 FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP News Flashes  

Cancer.gov

The following is an archive of listserv announcements, or "News Flashes" sent by the Epidemiology and Genetics Research Program (EGRP) to FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP LISTSERV subscribers. These occasional announcements communicate information about funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news.

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The NCI Radiation Research Program: Grant portfolio and radiation  

E-print Network

The NCI Radiation Research Program: Grant portfolio and radiation dosimetry as applied and R37s). Of those that utilize radiation: · 6 use tissue culture models only · 110 utilize animal radiation (excepting those with human subjects or physics grants) mention dosimetry in the proposals (4

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2008 FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP News Flashes  

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The following is an archive of listserv announcements, or "News Flashes" sent by the Epidemiology and Genetics Research Program (EGRP) to FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP LISTSERV subscribers. These occasional announcements communicate information about funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news.

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2013 FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP News Flashes  

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The following is an archive of listserv announcements, or "News Flashes" sent by the Epidemiology and Genetics Research Program (EGRP) to FRIENDS-OF-NCI-EGRP LISTSERV subscribers. These occasional announcements communicate information about funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news.

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Susan Koogle Marks 40+ Years at NCI at Frederick | Poster  

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In 1973, Susan Koogle commuted from Washington County to a small data processing company in Arlington, Va. When gas prices spiked from 25 to 54 cents a gallon, she began to look for a job closer to home. That’s when she came to work at NCI at Frederick, and in December 2013, she marked her 40th year with the facility.

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NCI Researchers Identify Molecular Regulator for Blood Flow in Mice  

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Researchers at the NCI and Ohio State University have identified a cellular protein that acts as a regulator for blood flow by blocking blood vessel relaxation induced by nitric oxide (NO). This mouse study appears in the November 2, 2006, online issue of Blood.

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NCI-designated Cancer Centers: dedicated to research  

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The National Cancer Institute came into being in 1937, and in the years following became the first disease-focused institute of the National Institutes of Health. Yet, what is widely considered the modern history of the NCI began with Congressional passage and Presidential signing of the National Cancer Act of 1971.

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NCI Announces Integrated Implementation Plan to Fight Lung Cancer  

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The NCI today announced an integrated effort to reduce the suffering and death due to lung cancer by 2015. Each year, 160,000 people in the United States die from lung cancer, making it the number one cause of cancer deaths in this country.

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NCI: Cancer Mortality Maps and Graphs: Contact Us  

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Contact us For technical or navigational difficulties: send a message to the Cancer Atlas administrator (atlasadm@pop.nci.nih.gov). To comment on this Web site: your feedback is greatly appreciated and will help to make this a better resource. Please

451

NCI Scientists Visualize Gene Regulation in Living Cells  

Cancer.gov

A research team led by scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has applied advanced imaging methods and computer simulations to be able to glance at the regulation of a cancer-related gene in a living cell.

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NCI-FDA-NIST Workshop on Standards in Molecular Diagnostics  

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Meetings & Events Division of Cancer PreventionNational Cancer Institute - National Institutes of HealthU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesNCI-FDA-NIST Workshop on Standards in Molecular Diagnostics View the Report(PDF, 794kb) Friday, December

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NCI scientists image proteins displayed on HIV surface  

Cancer.gov

Using a technique called cryo-electron microscopy, researchers NCI have been able to detect shape changes in a protein called Env that is part of HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus). HIV infection is initiated when Env binds to receptors on host cells.

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NCI Cancer Bulletin for September 11, 2007 (PDF)  

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NCI Cancer Bulletin A Publication of the National Cancer Institute U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health NIH Publication No. 05-5498 http://www.cancer.gov Celebrating Excellence in Cancer Research D i r e c t

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NCI Announces Creation of Early Detection Research Network: Comprehensive Initiative Will Develop and Validate Early Detection Markers for Cancer  

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Advances in cancer research, including programs such as the Cancer Genome Anatomy Project and the Director's Challenge for Molecular Diagnostics, will aid in the discovery of a variety of molecules, proteins, genes, and other biological substances that researchers believe may be the earliest warning signals that normal cells are on the road to becoming cancerous

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Anatomy adventure: a board game for enhancing understanding of anatomy.  

PubMed

Certain negative factors such as fear, loss of concentration and interest in the course, lack of confidence, and undue stress have been associated with the study of anatomy. These are factors most often provoked by the unusually large curriculum, nature of the course, and the psychosocial impact of dissection. As a palliative measure, Anatomy Adventure, a board game on anatomy was designed to reduce some of these pressures, emphasize student centered and collaborative learning styles, and add fun to the process of learning while promoting understanding and retention of the subject. To assess these objectives, 95 out of over 150 medical and dental students who expressed willingness to be part of the study were recruited and divided into a Game group and a Non-game group. A pretest written examination was given to both groups, participants in the Game group were allowed to play the game for ten days, after which a post-test examination was also given. A 20-item questionnaire rated on a three-point scale to access student's perception of the game was given to the game group. The post-test scores of the game group were significantly higher (P?anatomy. PMID:23878076

Anyanwu, Emeka G

2014-01-01

457

NCI’s Intramural Research Program  

Cancer.gov

The intramural scientists who work at the NIH Clinical Center and in offices and laboratories located in Bethesda, Rockville, and Frederick, Maryland, can undertake longer-term projects that may be difficult, if not impossible, through traditional funding mechanisms.

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Improved Understanding of Human Anatomy through Self-guided  

E-print Network

Improved Understanding of Human Anatomy through Self-guided Radiological Anatomy Modules Andrew W: To quantifiably measure the impact of self-instructed radiological anatomy modules on anatomy comprehen- sion was created for each module of the first year medical anatomy course and incorporated as an optional course

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Controlling the vocabulary for anatomy.  

PubMed Central

When confronted with the representation of human anatomy, natural language processing (NLP) system designers are facing an unsolved and frequent problem: the lack of a suitable global reference. The available sources in electronic format are numerous, but none fits adequately all the constraints and needs of language analysis. These sources are usually incomplete, difficult to use or tailored to specific needs. The anatomist's or ontologist's view does not necessarily match that of the linguist. The purpose of this paper is to review most recognized sources of knowledge in anatomy usable for linguistic analysis. Their potential and limits are emphasized according to this point of view. Focus is given on the role of the consensus work of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA) giving the Terminologia Anatomica. PMID:12463780

Baud, R. H.; Lovis, C.; Rassinoux, A. M.; Ruch, P.; Geissbuhler, A.

2002-01-01

460

Anatomy of the infant head  

SciTech Connect

This text is mainly an atlas of illustration representing the dissection of the head and upper neck of the infant. It was prepared by the author over a 20-year period. The commentary compares the anatomy of the near-term infant with that of a younger fetus, child, and adult. As the author indicates, the dearth of anatomic information about postnatal anatomic changes represents a considerable handicap to those imaging infants. In part 1 of the book, anatomy is related to physiologic performance involving the pharynx, larynx, and mouth. Sequential topics involve the regional anatomy of the head (excluding the brain), the skeleton of the cranium, the nose, orbit, mouth, larynx, pharynx, and ear. To facilitate use of this text as a reference, the illustrations and text on individual organs are considered separately (i.e., the nose, the orbit, the eye, the mouth, the larynx, the pharynx, and the ear). Each part concerned with a separate organ includes materials from the regional illustrations contained in part 2 and from the skeleton, which is treated in part 3. Also included in a summary of the embryologic and fetal development of the organ.

Bosma, J.F.

1986-01-01

461

Observations by a University Anatomy Teacher and a Suggestion for Curricular Change: Integrative anatomy for undergraduates  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This article describes the need, purpose, and establishment of an undergraduate integrative anatomy course. The article also explains a survey conducted to evaluate the number of anatomy programs in undergraduate institutes in Washington.

David Darda (Central Washington University Biological Sciences)

2010-01-18

462

Anatomy Resources Provided by MCW Libraries Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy, ClinicalKey, LWW Health Library Premium  

E-print Network

Anatomy Resources Provided by MCW Libraries Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy, ClinicalKey, LWW the library proxy server. Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy Web-based product featuring freshly dissected such as Atlas of Human Anatomy (Netter) and over 20 additional Netter titles, Gray's Anatomy for Students

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Anatomy of Ursa Majoris  

E-print Network

A nearby friable cloud in Ursa Majoris contains 270 galaxies with radial velocities 500 < VLG < 1500 km s^-1 inside the area of RA= [11h; 13h] and DEC= [+40deg; +60deg]. At present, 97 galaxies of them have individual distance estimates. We use these data to clarify the structure and kinematics of the UMa complex. According to Makarov & Karachentsev (2011), most of the UMa galaxies belong to seven bound groups, which have the following median parameters: velocity dispersion of 58 km s^-1, harmonic projected radius of 300 kpc, virial mass of 2.10^12 Msol, and virial- mass-to-K-band-luminosity of 27Msol=Lsol. Almost a half of the UMa cloud population are gas-rich dwarfs (Ir, Im, BCD) with active star formation seen in the GALEX UV-survey. The UMa groups reside within 15-19 Mpc from us, being just at the same distance as Virgo cluster. The total virial mass of the UMa groups is 4.10^13 Msol, yielding the average density of dark matter in the UMa cloud to be Omega_m = 0.08, i.e. a factor three lower tha...

Karachentsev, I D; Courtois, H M

2012-01-01

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Journal of Anatomy JournalofAnatomyVolume211,Issue1,Pages1148,July2007  

E-print Network

e-mail alerts. Volume 211, Issue 1, Pages 1­148, July 2007 AnatomyDevelopment,EvolutionJournal of Anatomy JournalofAnatomyVolume211,Issue1,Pages1­148,July2007 Contents Obituary i Charles Philippe Leblond, 1910­2007 G. W. Laurie Original Articles 1 An immunohistochemical study of the triangular

Frangi, Alejandro

465

Brachial plexus anatomy: normal and variant.  

PubMed

Effective brachial plexus blockade requires a thorough understanding of the anatomy of the plexus, as well as an appreciation of anatomic variations that may occur. This review summarizes relevant anatomy of the plexus, along with variations and anomalies that may affect nerve blocks conducted at these levels. The Medline, Cochrane Library, and PubMed electronic databases were searched in order to compile reports related to the anatomy of the brachial plexus using the following free terms: "brachial plexus", "median nerve", "ulnar nerve", "radial nerve", "axillary nerve", and "musculocutanous nerve". Each of these was then paired with the MESH terms "anatomy", "nerve block", "anomaly", "variation", and "ultrasound". Resulting articles were hand searched for additional relevant literature. A total of 68 searches were conducted, with a total of 377 possible articles for inclusion. Of these, 57 were found to provide substantive information for this review. The normal anatomy of the brachial plexus is briefly reviewed, with an emphasis on those features revealed by use of imaging technologies. Anomalies of the anatomy that might affect the conduct of the various brachial plexus blocks are noted. Brachial plexus blockade has been effectively utilized as a component of anesthesia for upper extremity surgery for a century. Over that period, our understanding of anatomy and its variations has improved significantly. The ability to explore anatomy at the bedside, with real-time ultrasonography, has improved our appreciation of brachial plexus anatomy as well. PMID:19412559

Orebaugh, Steven L; Williams, Brian A

2009-01-01

466

Hindawi Publishing Corporation Anatomy Research International  

E-print Network

Hindawi Publishing Corporation Anatomy Research International Volume 2011, Article ID 287860, 17, and destructive to gross morphological features. Consequently, there is a great value in bringing these two

Kruggel, Frithjof

467

The nose and paranasal sinuses physiology and anatomy.  

PubMed

The paranasal sinuses and nose are much more than two cavities behind a projection on the centre of the face. They humidify, filter, warm, and sense what we breathe. The anatomy and physiology interact forming a dynamic system. The anatomy, airflow, nasal resistance, its turbulence, the nasal cycle - a process by which the turbinates or cushions lining the nose alternatively swell and congest from side to side, can all potentially influence the nasal delivery of drugs. Along with these factors mucus rheology and mucociliary clearance influence the removal of substances delivered to the nose. The health of the nose and its immunological response to what is inhaled, be it pollutants, allergens, drugs or vaccines, all need to be considered. It is a fascinating sensor for the body, not only detecting the potentially harmful substances such as smoke, but its psychosexual aspects have far reaching implications and the olfactory pathway has potential as a pathway for the delivery of drugs. PMID:11516776

Jones, N

2001-09-23

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

Cancer.gov

The goal of the Theories Project is to identify and carry out activities that will help develop improved theories of health behavior. Its focus is on actions that individuals can take to prevent cancer and speed its early detection. The literature on health behavior is large, but progress in understanding health behaviors and in learning how to encourage such actions is not always apparent.

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Dilute Aperture Visible Nulling Coronagraph Imaging (DAViNCI)  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The presentation focuses on instrument and mission overview, science case, Team X study, and technology status. Topics include DAViNCI study milestones, number of targets versus inner working angle, planet orbit and IWA, combiner/nuller instrument, DAViNCI Team X costs, technology status and near future plans, and deep laser null 1.23 x 10(exp -7) suppression. Summary points are: dilute aperture concept advantages, lower cost than a comparable 7-8m coronagraph working at 2 lambda/D, technology progress prior to 2008 was seriously limited by available funding but showed 1e-y suppression (2006) of laser light needed for 1e-9 to approximately 1e-10 contrast, and current technology effort is off to a fast date with a demonstration of less than 100pm wavefront measurement in Nov 08.

Shao, Michael; Levine, B. M.; Vasisht, G.; Lane, B. F.; Woodruff, R.; Vasudevan, G.; Samuele R.; Harvey, K.; Clampin, M.; Lyon, R.; Guyon, O.; Tolls, V.

2008-01-01

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Project Year Project Team  

E-print Network

students enrolled in ME:130.300, Introduction to the Human Body: Anatomy for Undergraduates. The site of human embryology is essential to the understanding of human anatomy (adult anatomy and its variants Title Web-based Tutorials on Aortic Arch Development, Anatomy, and Pathology Audience Undergraduate

Gray, Jeffrey J.

471

FDA/NCI Interagency Oncology Task Force (IOTF)  

Cancer.gov

Under this effort, the two agencies share knowledge and resources to facilitate the development of new cancer drugs and speed their delivery to patients. Theresa Mullin, Ph.D., Assistant Commissioner, Office of Planning, Office of Policy and Planning, FDA, and Anna Barker, Ph.D., Deputy Director for Strategic Scientific Initiatives, Office of the Director, NCI, serve as the Co-Chairs for the IOTF.

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NCI-CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch - News and Events  

Cancer.gov

Scientists have mapped the genetic changes that drive tumors in rhabdomyosarcoma, a pediatric soft-tissue cancer, and found that the disease is characterized by two distinct genotypes. The genetic alterations identified in this malignancy could be useful in developing targeted diagnostic tools and treatments for children with the disease. The study, by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, and their colleagues, appeared in the Jan. 23, 2014, issue of the journal Cancer Discovery.

473

NCI Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD)  

Cancer.gov

NCI-sponsored Trials in Precision Medicine Genes code for information that allows normal growth and development. In cancer, these processes work abnormally, leading to abnormal growth and spread of cancerous disease. Even cancers that are thought of as similar (e.g. lung cancer) have been found to consist of cancers with different molecular make up, and different rates of progress and response to treatment.

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Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG), NCI, NIH  

Cancer.gov

The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) is a research program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Division is the world’s most comprehensive cancer epidemiology research group. Its renowned epidemiologists, geneticists, and biostatisticians conduct population and multidisciplinary research to discover the genetic and environmental determinants of cancer and new approaches to cancer prevention. The Division’s research impacts public health policy in the United States and around the world.

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Industry Collaboration — NCI - Cooperative Group - Industry Relationship Guidelines  

Cancer.gov

Each CTA or CRADA defines certain obligations for the government and the Collaborator. Generally, these obligations focus on intellectual property and data rights, which may arise pursuant to these studies. Under federal funding agreement guidelines and the agreements in place between the Cooperative Groups and the NCI, certain obligations and guidelines apply to the Cooperative Groups. Compliance with any of the guidelines (in particular, publication review, data access, and intellectual property licensing) is mandatory for the Cooperative Group.

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Guest Expert: MaryAnn Monroe and NCI's Cancer Information Service | accrualnet.cancer.gov  

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Please join me in welcoming our monthly guest expert, MaryAnn Monroe, Program Director of NCI's Cancer Information Service (CIS). If you are not already aware of the CIS, it is a treasure within the NCI and the cancer information specialists who respond to questions from patients and the public are amazing. I had the opportunity to work with the NCI's CIS for several years and I have so much respect and appreciation for the wonderful service they provide.

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NCI scientists awarded National Medal of Technology and Innovation by President Obama  

Cancer.gov

President Obama announced that two NCI scientists would be recipients of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation -- the nation's highest honor for technological achievement. The honorees, John Schiller, Ph.D., Laboratory of Cellular Oncology (LCO), Center for Cancer Research, NCI, and Douglas Lowy, M.D., also from LCO and NCI deputy director, will receive their medals at a White House ceremony later in 2014.

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AUTOMATIC ANATOMY RECOGNITION VIA FUZZY OBJECT Jayaram K. Udupaa  

E-print Network

AUTOMATIC ANATOMY RECOGNITION VIA FUZZY OBJECT MODELS Jayaram K. Udupaa , Dewey Odhnera , Alexandre radiological practice, computerized automatic anatomy recognition (AAR) during radiological image reading

Ciesielski, Krzysztof Chris

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The Human Anatomy Teacher-Scholar: Meeting the Expectations of Educational Outcomes Research, Course Content Innovation, and Textbook Innovation for Educational Scholarship  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A human anatomy teacher-scholar is a scholar whose area of expertise includes content knowledge of the anatomical sciences (gross anatomy, histology, embryology, and/or neuroanatomy) and whose research interests and focus are centered in medical educational outcomes. The projects described in this dissertation represent endeavors I engaged in to…

Eckel, Christine Marie

2009-01-01

480

Surgical anatomy of the shoulder.  

PubMed

The glenohumeral articulation is a versatile joint that requires a complex integration of bony ligamentous, musculotendinous, and neurovascular structures for proper function. Injuries resulting from dysfunction are common and potentially debilitating. Many of these injuries can be managed nonsurgically; however, if surgical treatment is indicated, a thorough knowledge of the anatomy of the shoulder girdle is critical. It is important for the surgeon to be aware of commonly used arthroscopic and surgical approaches to the glenohumeral joint along with anatomic structures at risk with each surgical approach and methods of avoiding injury. PMID:22301224

Millett, Peter J; van der Meijden, Olivier A J; Gaskill, Trevor

2012-01-01

481

Human Anatomy Label Me! Printouts  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Web site from Enchanted Learning (last mentioned in the June 28, 2002 Scout Report) contains elementary-level human anatomy diagrams, which may be printed out and labeled for practice. The diagrams come with a word bank, complete with definitions printed on the same page. Many of the diagrams lend themselves to coloring-in. A number of diagrams are available, including the human eye, ear, brain, skeleton, teeth, and more. Some of the diagrams are also available in French, German, Italian, or Spanish, and would be an interesting addition to language classes at any grade level.

2001-01-01

482

Functional anatomy of the nose.  

PubMed

The human nose is a very complex entity with a great amount of variation among and within different human populations. Even though the morphology of the nasal pyramid and its soft tissue coverage is principally known, a standardized nomenclature does not yet exist. The past two decades have witnessed a considerable increase of new studies on the functional morphology of the external nasal anatomy. Detailed anatomic and clinical knowledge about the external nose is a prerequisite for successful rhinosurgery, thus this report deals with the basic structures necessary for functional and aesthetic rhinoplasty. PMID:21404156

Koppe, Thomas; Giotakis, Evangelos I; Heppt, Werner

2011-04-01

483

Shark Attack! Sinking Your Teeth into Anatomy.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents a real life shark attack story and studies arm reattachment surgery to teach human anatomy. Discusses how knowledge of anatomy can be put to use in the real world and how the arm functions. Includes teaching notes and suggestions for classroom management. (YDS)

House, Herbert

2002-01-01

484

Human Anatomy ÃÂ SUNY Upstate Medical University  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website is a course site for a first year anatomy course developed by State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University. The course is a gross anatomy course and the page includes links to images, tutorials, videos, glossaries, and exam questions. The site is divided up by anatomical region including: thorax, abdomen & pelvis, extremities, and head & neck.

Dr. Barry Berg (SUNY Upstate Medical University Anatomy)

2011-03-03

485

The humanities and gross anatomy: Forgotten alternatives  

Microsoft Academic Search

Researchers in medical education have extensively studied negative reactions to gross anatomy, sometimes grouped under the term “the cadaver experience.” Although there has been disagreement about the extent and importance of such phenomena, several attempts at curricular reform have been designed to “humanize” the student-cadaver encounter. However, some obvious sources linking gross anatomy and the humanities have been consistently overlooked.

James S. Terry

1985-01-01

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NCI: Research Resources > Resources by Category  

Cancer.gov

The International Cancer Screening Network (ICSN) is a voluntary consortium of countries that have active population-based cancer screening programs. These programs can be national or subnational in scope, and established or pilot-based. Administered by the Applied Research Program of the US National Cancer Institute, the consortium was established in December 1988 as the International Breast Cancer Screening Database Project during an international workshop involving representatives from 11 countries. The consortium has since grown to encompass 33 countries, and holds biennial meetings.

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Classic versus millennial medical lab anatomy.  

PubMed

This study investigated the integration, implementation, and use of cadaver dissection, hospital radiology modalities, surgical tools, and AV technology during a 12-week contemporary anatomy course suggesting a millennial laboratory. The teaching of anatomy has undergone the greatest fluctuation of any of the basic sciences during the past 100 years in order to make room for the meteoric rise in molecular sciences. Classically, anatomy consisted of a 2-year methodical, horizontal, anatomy course; anatomy has now morphed into a 12-week accelerated course in a vertical curriculum, at most institutions. Surface and radiological anatomy is the language for all clinicians regardless of specialty. The objective of this study was to investigate whether integration of full-body dissection anatomy and modern hospital technology, during the anatomy laboratory, could be accomplished in a 12-week anatomy course. Literature search was conducted on anatomy text, journals, and websites regarding contemporary hospital technology integrating multiple image mediums of 37 embalmed cadavers, surgical suite tools and technology, and audio/visual technology. Surgical and radiology professionals were contracted to teach during the anatomy laboratory. Literature search revealed no contemporary studies integrating full-body dissection with hospital technology and behavior. About 37 cadavers were successfully imaged with roentograms, CT, and MRI scans. Students were in favor of the dynamic laboratory consisting of multiple activity sessions occurring simultaneously. Objectively, examination scores proved to be a positive outcome and, subjectively, feedback from students was overwhelmingly positive. Despite the surging molecular based sciences consuming much of the curricula, full-body dissection anatomy is irreplaceable regarding both surface and architectural, radiological anatomy. Radiology should not be a small adjunct to understand full-body dissection, but rather, full-body dissection aids the understanding of radiology mediums. The millennial anatomy dissection laboratory should consist of, at least, 50% radiology integration during full-body dissection. This pilot study is an example of the most comprehensive integration of full-body dissection, radiology, and hospital technology. Clin. Anat. 27:988-993, 2014. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. PMID:24677128

Benninger, Brion; Matsler, Nik; Delamarter, Taylor

2014-10-01

488

Information Anatomy of Stochastic Equilibria  

E-print Network

A stochastic nonlinear dynamical system generates information, as measured by its entropy rate. Some---the ephemeral information---is dissipated and some---the bound information---is actively stored and so affects future behavior. We derive analytic expressions for the ephemeral and bound informations in the limit of small-time discretization for two classical systems that exhibit dynamical equilibria: first-order Langevin equations (i) where the drift is the gradient of a potential function and the diffusion matrix is invertible and (ii) with a linear drift term (Ornstein-Uhlenbeck) but a noninvertible diffusion matrix. In both cases, the bound information is sensitive only to the drift, while the ephemeral information is sensitive only to the diffusion matrix and not to the drift. Notably, this information anatomy changes discontinuously as any of the diffusion coefficients vanishes, indicating that it is very sensitive to the noise structure. We then calculate the information anatomy of the stochastic cusp catastrophe and of particles diffusing in a heat bath in the overdamped limit, both examples of stochastic gradient descent on a potential landscape. Finally, we use our methods to calculate and compare approximations for the so-called time-local predictive information for adaptive agents.

Sarah Marzen; James P. Crutchfield

2014-03-16

489

Information Anatomy of Stochastic Equilibria  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A stochastic nonlinear dynamical system generates information, as measured by its entropy rate. Some---the ephemeral information---is dissipated and some---the bound information---is actively stored and so affects future behavior. We derive analytic expressions for the ephemeral and bound informations in the limit of small-time discretization for two classical systems that exhibit dynamical equilibria: first-order Langevin equations (i) where the drift is the gradient of a potential function and the diffusion matrix is invertible and (ii) with a linear drift term (Ornstein-Uhlenbeck) but a noninvertible diffusion matrix. In both cases, the bound information is sensitive only to the drift, while the ephemeral information is sensitive only to the diffusion matrix and not to the drift. Notably, this information anatomy changes discontinuously as any of the diffusion coefficients vanishes, indicating that it is very sensitive to the noise structure. We then calculate the information anatomy of the stochastic cusp catastrophe and of particles diffusing in a heat bath in the overdamped limit, both examples of stochastic gradient descent on a potential landscape. Finally, we use our methods to calculate and compare approximations for the so-called time-local predictive information for adaptive agents.

Marzen, Sarah; Crutchfield, James

2014-08-01

490

Normal Bone Anatomy and Physiology  

PubMed Central

This review describes normal bone anatomy and physiology as an introduction to the subsequent articles in this section that discuss clinical applications of iliac crest bone biopsy. The normal anatomy and functions of the skeleton are reviewed first, followed by a general description of the processes of bone modeling and remodeling. The bone remodeling process regulates the gain and loss of bone mineral density in the adult skeleton and directly influences bone strength. Thorough understanding of the bone remodeling process is critical to appreciation of the value of and interpretation of the results of iliac crest bone histomorphometry. Osteoclast recruitment, activation, and bone resorption is discussed in some detail, followed by a review of osteoblast recruitment and the process of new bone formation. Next, the collagenous and noncollagenous protein components and function of bone extracellular matrix are summarized, followed by a description of the process of mineralization of newly formed bone matrix. The actions of biomechanical forces on bone are sensed by the osteocyte syncytium within bone via the canalicular network and intercellular gap junctions. Finally, concepts regarding bone remodeling, osteoclast and osteoblast function, extracellular matrix, matrix mineralization, and osteocyte function are synthesized in a summary of the currently understood functional determinants of bone strength. This information lays the groundwork for understanding the utility and clinical applications of iliac crest bone biopsy. PMID:18988698

Clarke, Bart

2008-01-01

491

The 2008 Anatomy Ceremony: Essays  

PubMed Central

When asked to relate my experience of anatomy to the first-year medical and physician associate students at Yale before the start of their own first dissection, I found no better words to share than those of my classmates. Why speak with only one tongue, I said, when you can draw on 99 others? Anatomical dissection elicits what our course director, Lawrence Rizzolo, has called a “diversity of experience,” which, in turn, engenders a diversity of expressions. For Yale medical and physician associate students, this diversity is captured each year in a ceremony dedicated to those who donated their bodies for dissection. The service is an opportunity to offer thanks, but because only students and faculty are in attendance, it is also a place to share and address the complicated tensions that arise while examining, invading, and ultimately disassembling another’s body. It is our pleasure to present selected pieces from the ceremony to the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine readership. — Peter Gayed, Co-editor-in-chief, Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine and Chair of the 2008 Anatomy Ceremony Planning Committee PMID:19325944

Elansary, Mei; Goldberg, Ben; Qian, Ting; Rizzolo, Lawrence J.

2009-01-01

492

NCI Guidelines for Administrative Supplement for Recruitment of New Faculty in NCI Designated Cancer Centers (P30) and in Minority Serving Institutions Funded through the U54 Comprehensive Minority Institution/Cancer Center Partnership  

Cancer.gov

NCI Guidelines for Administrative Supplement for Recruitment of New Faculty in NCI Designated Cancer Centers (P30) and in Minority Serving Institutions Funded through the U54 Comprehensive Minority Institution/Cancer Center Partnership

493

The development, assessment and validation of virtual reality for human anatomy instruction  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This research project seeks to meet the objective of science training by developing, assessing, validating and utilizing VR as a human anatomy training medium. Current anatomy instruction is primarily in the form of lectures and usage of textbooks. In ideal situations, anatomic models, computer-based instruction, and cadaver dissection are utilized to augment traditional methods of instruction. At many institutions, lack of financial resources limits anatomy instruction to textbooks and lectures. However, human anatomy is three-dimensional, unlike the one-dimensional depiction found in textbooks and the two-dimensional depiction found on the computer. Virtual reality allows one to step through the computer screen into a 3-D artificial world. The primary objective of this project is to produce a virtual reality application of the abdominopelvic region of a human cadaver that can be taken back to the classroom. The hypothesis is that an immersive learning environment affords quicker anatomic recognition and orientation and a greater level of retention in human anatomy instruction. The goal is to augment not replace traditional modes of instruction.

Marshall, Karen Benn

1996-01-01

494

Abstracting and Generalising the Foundational Model Anatomy (FMA) Ontology  

E-print Network

of Anatomy (FMA) is a highly detailed reference ontology representing the human anatomy from a developmental1 Abstracting and Generalising the Foundational Model Anatomy (FMA) Ontology Eleni Mikroyannidi Motivation: The Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA) is arguably the largest and most complete ontology

Stevens, Robert

495

INTEGRATING GENOMIC KNOWLEDGE SOURCES THROUGH AN ANATOMY ONTOLOGY  

E-print Network

expression experiments. We present two examples where we have combined a large ontology of human anatomy (theINTEGRATING GENOMIC KNOWLEDGE SOURCES THROUGH AN ANATOMY ONTOLOGY JOHN H. GENNARI, ADAM SILBERFEIN that one way to integrate multiple knowledge sources is through anatomy--both generic cellular anatomy

Yetisgen-Yildiz, Meliha

496

THE ANATOMY OF INTEGERS AND PERMUTATIONS Andrew Granville  

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THE ANATOMY OF INTEGERS AND PERMUTATIONS Andrew Granville We begin, as in any mathematical paper, with definitions: Anatomy (a-nat-o-my) noun: The scientific study of the shape and structure of an organism together a forensic team to investigate the anatomy of some of the most common mathematical objects, say

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Control del cáncer y salud mundial: noticia del Instituto Nacional del Cáncer (NCI)  

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En combinación con una reunión de alto nivel de las Naciones Unidas sobre enfermedades no transmisibles en países en vías de desarrollo, el doctor Harold Varmus, director del NCI, y el doctor Ted L. Trimble, del NCI, han publicado un comentario en Science Translational Medicine sobre “La integración del control del cáncer en la salud mundial" (Integrating Cancer Control into Global Health).

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NCI Offers Support for Those Affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita  

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NCI is committed to helping the many thousands of people who have been devastated by the effects of Hurricane Katrina and who could be affected by Hurricane Rita. NCI is reaching out to numerous audiences to provide cancer-related information that can be shared accurately and effectively with those who have been displaced due to the hurricanes.

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NCI Announces Six Awards for the Strategic Partnering to Evaluate Cancer Signatures Program  

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NCI announced today that it has awarded six grants to collaborative research groups to explore how information derived from comprehensive molecular analyses can be used to impact the care of cancer patients and ultimately improve outcomes. These grants are part of NCI's Strategic Partnering to Evaluate Cancer Signatures (SPECS) program.

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Collaboration Opportunities with the Cancer Human Biobank (caHUB) at NCI  

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The Biorepositories and Biospecimen Research Branch (BBRB) at NCI has developed the Cancer Human Biobank (caHUB), which is a unique infrastructure for collecting biospecimens for the purpose of conducting biospecimen research. Through the caHUB initiative, NCI seeks to advance biospecimen science by investigating how different biospecimen collection, handling and processing procedures affect biospecimen molecular profiles.