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UNIVERSITY DR. PEREIRA DR.  

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HOUSING CAMPUS VILLAGE HOUSING INNOVATION THEORY ACADEM Y W AY UNIVERSITY DR. CAMPUSDR. STANFORD PEREIRA DR. ACADEMY PEREIRADR. PEREIRA DR. PALO VERDE RD. STANFORD AVE. E.PELTASON DR. STANFORDAVE. BRIDGE RD

Skyrms, Brian

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Neto1 associates with the NMDA receptor/amyloid precursor protein complex.  

PubMed

Neuropilin tolloid-like 1 (Neto1), is a CUB domain-containing transmembrane protein that was recently identified as a novel component of the NMDA receptor complex. Here, we have investigated the possible association of Neto1 with the amyloid precursor protein (APP)695/GluN1/GluN2A and APP695/GluN1/GluN2B NMDA receptor trafficking complexes that we have previously identified. Neto1(HA) was shown to co-immunoprecipitate with assembled NMDA receptors via GluN2A or GluN2B subunits; Neto1(HA) did not co-immunoprecipitate APP695(FLAG) . Co-immunoprecipitations from mammalian cells co-transfected with APP695(FLAG) , Neto1(HA) and GluN1/GluN2A or GluN1/GluN2B revealed that all four proteins co-exist within one macromolecular complex. Immunoprecipitations from native brain tissue similarly revealed the existence of a GluN1/GluN2A or GluN2B/APP/Neto1 complex. Neto1(HA) caused a reduction in the surface expression of both NMDA receptor subtypes, but had no effect on APP695(FLAG) - or PSD-95?(c-Myc) enhanced surface receptor expression. The Neto1 binding domain of GluN2A was mapped using GluN1/GluN2A chimeras and GluN2A truncation constructs. The extracellular GluN2A domain does not contribute to association with Neto1(HA) but deletion of the intracellular tail resulted in a loss of Neto-1(HA) co-immunoprecipitation which was paralleled by a loss of association between GluN2A and SAP102. Thus, Neto1 is concluded to be a component of APP/NMDA receptor trafficking complexes. PMID:23621516

Cousins, Sarah L; Innocent, Neal; Stephenson, F Anne

2013-09-01

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Neto Auxiliary Protein Interactions Regulate Kainate and NMDA Receptor Subunit Localization at Mossy Fiber-CA3 Pyramidal Cell Synapses  

PubMed Central

Neto1 and Neto2 auxiliary subunits coassemble with NMDA receptors (NMDARs) and kainate receptors (KARs) to modulate their function. In the hippocampus, Neto1 enhances the amplitude and prolongs the kinetics of KAR-mediated currents at mossy fiber (MF)–CA3 pyramidal cell synapses. However, whether Neto1 trafficks KARs to synapses or simply alters channel properties is unresolved. Therefore, postembedding electron microscopy was performed to investigate the localization of GluK2/3 subunits at MF–CA3 synapses in Neto-null mice. Postsynaptic GluK2/3 Immunogold labeling was substantially reduced in Neto-null mice compared with wild types. Moreover, spontaneous KAR-mediated synaptic currents and metabotropic KAR signaling were absent in CA3 pyramidal cells of Neto-null mice. A similar loss of ionotropic and metabotropic KAR function was observed in Neto1, but not Neto2, single knock-out mice, specifically implicating Neto1 in regulating CA3 pyramidal cell KAR localization and function. Additional controversy pertains to the role of Neto proteins in modulating synaptic NMDARs. While Immunogold labeling for GluN2A at MF–CA3 synapses was comparable between wild-type and Neto-null mice, labeling for postsynaptic GluN2B was robustly increased in Neto-null mice. Accordingly, NMDAR-mediated currents at MF–CA3 synapses exhibited increased sensitivity to a GluN2B-selective antagonist in Neto1 knockouts relative to wild types. Thus, despite preservation of the overall MF–CA3 synaptic NMDAR-mediated current, loss of Neto1 alters NMDAR subunit composition. These results confirm that Neto protein interactions regulate synaptic localization of KAR and NMDAR subunits at MF–CA3 synapses, with implications for both ionotropic and metabotropic glutamatergic recruitment of the CA3 network. PMID:24403160

Wyeth, Megan S.; Pelkey, Kenneth A.; Petralia, Ronald S.; Salter, Michael W.; McInnes, Roderick R.

2014-01-01

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Dr. Henry Gremillion Dr. Sandra Andrieu  

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Head Dr. Kitrina Cordell Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Dr. Truit Acosta Mr. John Carimi Dr. David Mc'Brien Dr. Jon Perenack Dr. Likith Reddy Department Head Dr. Mark WelchDr. John Kent Oral and Maxillofacial

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Neto1 Is a Novel CUB-Domain NMDA Receptor-Interacting Protein Required for Synaptic Plasticity and Learning  

PubMed Central

The N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR), a major excitatory ligand-gated ion channel in the central nervous system (CNS), is a principal mediator of synaptic plasticity. Here we report that neuropilin tolloid-like 1 (Neto1), a complement C1r/C1s, Uegf, Bmp1 (CUB) domain-containing transmembrane protein, is a novel component of the NMDAR complex critical for maintaining the abundance of NR2A-containing NMDARs in the postsynaptic density. Neto1-null mice have depressed long-term potentiation (LTP) at Schaffer collateral-CA1 synapses, with the subunit dependency of LTP induction switching from the normal predominance of NR2A- to NR2B-NMDARs. NMDAR-dependent spatial learning and memory is depressed in Neto1-null mice, indicating that Neto1 regulates NMDA receptor-dependent synaptic plasticity and cognition. Remarkably, we also found that the deficits in LTP, learning, and memory in Neto1-null mice were rescued by the ampakine CX546 at doses without effect in wild-type. Together, our results establish the principle that auxiliary proteins are required for the normal abundance of NMDAR subunits at synapses, and demonstrate that an inherited learning defect can be rescued pharmacologically, a finding with therapeutic implications for humans. PMID:19243221

Szilard, Rachel K; Sertie, Andrea; Kanisek, Marijana; Clapcote, Steven J; Lipina, Tatiana; Kalia, Lorraine V; Joo, Daisy; McKerlie, Colin; Cortez, Miguel; Roder, John C; Salter, Michael W; McInnes, Roderick R

2009-01-01

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Dr. Dean W. Ahrenholz Dr. M. James Allen  

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Dr. Dean W. Ahrenholz Dr. M. James Allen Dr. Robert Allman Dr. John S. Anderson Dr. Richard S Dr. Gavin Begg Dr. James R. Bence Dr. Kurt Benirschke Dr. Paul Bentzen Dr. J.A.H. Benzie Dr. Keith A. Collie Mr. L. Alan Collins Dr. Mark R. Collins Dr. Robert L. Colura Dr. M. Comeau Dr. Justin G. Cooke Dr

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Dr. G.R. Abbe Dr. Pere Abello  

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. Kastelle Dr. Izhar A. Khan Dr. J. King Dr. A. Peter Klimley Dr. Suzanne Kohin Dr. Thomas E. Laidig Dr760 Dr. G.R. Abbe Dr. Pere Abello Mr. Douglas H. Adams Dr. Vera N. Agostini Dr. Juergen Alheit Dr. Robert J. Allman Mr. Michael D. Arendt Dr. Alexander I. Arkhipkin Dr. David A. Armstrong Dr. Colin

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Piecewise Affine Control for Fast Unmanned Ground Vehicles Andre Benine-Neto1 and Christophe Grand1  

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Piecewise Affine Control for Fast Unmanned Ground Vehicles Andr´e Benine-Neto1 and Christophe Grand1 Abstract-- Unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) may experience skidding when moving at high speeds has been recently de- voted to the development unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) at high speeds, mainly

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Dr. Stratakis  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Stratakis work focuses on understanding the genetic and molecular mechanisms leading to disorders that affect the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland, which haslong has been a field of research in the NICHD at NIH. Emphasis is on disorders that are hereditary and associated with multiple tumors and abnormalities in other endocrine glands and other tissues. The aim of this work is to understand, diagnose and treat endocrine neoplasias. Dr.

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr John Moody  

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:33 Prof. James Robinson C2:20 Dr Jose Luis Rodrigo B2:24 Dr Dmitriy Rumynin B1:19 Dr Saul Schleimer B2:01 #12;Dr Kody J H Law B2:37 Dr Alejandro Vidal- Lopez B1:36 Dr Barbara Szomolay Systems Biology Dr Juraj Alison Cooper B0.17 Dr Paul Chleboun D1.01 Dr Vadim Gadre B1.18 Dr Markus Fraczek B2.28 Roman Glebov B2

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr John Moody  

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Dr Nicholas Jackson B2:38 Dr John Moody B1:21 Dr Lassina Dembele B1:05 Dr Kody J H Law B2:37 Dr Rawnsley B2:30 Prof. Miles Reid B1:33 Prof. James Robinson C2:20 Dr Jose Luis Rodrigo B2:24 Dr Dmitriy Madeeha Khalid B0.17 Prof. Andrea Malchiodi B1.20 Dr Deidre Hollingsworth C2.15 Dr Paul Chleboun D1.01 Dr

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MULHOLLAND DR  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article provides an interpretation of David Lynch's (2001) film Mulholland Dr. as the dreamscape of Diane Selwyn, played by Naomi Watts. Viewers are caught in a story of murder, mystery, and lesbian love, only to realize that what they have witnessed is merely a dream. As Diane wakes up, memory flashbacks and hallucinations unveil the real events leading to

Iuliana Corina Vaida; Victor Harrison Wildman

2005-01-01

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Retirements Dr. Benson Retires  

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must respond to the demands of other clinicians who are ordering surgery or imaging proceduresRetirements Dr. Benson Retires After 30 Years in Anesthesiology Dr. John Benson, who retired referral. Dr. Benson had planned to return to private practice after completing his residency in 1977

Gilbert, Matthew

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Physics & Astronomy Dr. Donald Luttermoser  

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, International Affairs, and Public Administration Dr. Weixing Chen Sociology & Anthropology* Dr. Martha Copp Associate Dean for Student Affairs Dr. Dan Brown Medical Professions Advisement Martha Edde Executive Aide-Hawkshawe History* Dr. Dale Schmitt Dean of Arts & Sciences Dr. Gordon Anderson Associate Dean for Curriculum Dr

Karsai, Istvan

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Reports on the career of Theodor Seuss Geisel and suggests activities to celebrate his birthday. Lists selected children's books by Dr. Seuss, selected Seuss videos, Web sites, biographical resources, and biographical videos. (LRW)

Brodie, Carolyn S.

2002-01-01

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Dr. Paula Johnson  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Paula Johnson is a women's health specialist and a pioneer in the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease. She conceived of and developed one of the first facilities in the country to focus on heart disease in women.

Health, National I.

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Dr. MegaVolt  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website contains information about Tesla coil demonstrations by particle physicist Austin Richards--Dr. MegaVolt--who performs wearing a metal suit that protects him from the multi-kilovolt electrostatic potentials. The gallery provides videos and images from Dr. MegaVolt demonstrations. An explanation of the physics of the Tesla coil is supplied along with information about the development of the suit.

2008-03-10

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Anonymous Donor Dr. Sara Abosch  

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. John D. Peterson Posterity Press Ms. Rhonda R. Powers Mr. Richard R. Pugh and Ms. Lisa M. Pugh Dr Brother Junipers, LLC Bud Davis Cadillac Dr. Richard A. Bunch Dr. Fernando Burgos Ms. Suzanne A. Burkes Susan Lawless-Glassman and Richard Glassman Ms. Marcie Gould Ms. Edwina Hackett Ms. Diane C. Hanna Dr

Dasgupta, Dipankar

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Ask Dr. Math  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Ask Dr. Math, which is operated at Drexel University, is the place to go to find answers to almost any kind of mathematics problem. An enormous browseable archive of questions and their solutions is divided into categories ranging from basic addition and subtraction to calculus and fractals. There are sections for elementary, middle school, high school, college students, and beyond. If you can't find the answer to your question, then you can email it to Dr. Math (although a response is not guaranteed). Dr. Math is not actually one person, but over 300 people volunteering from all over the world. The Web site has won numerous Internet awards and has been a favorite site for students for over seven years.

1994-01-01

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Dekan Dekan Dekan Dekan (S) Sektionsleiter Prof. Dr. Tina Seufert Prof. Dr. Dieter Rautenbach  

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. H. Neumann Prof. Dr. A. Dall'Acqua Prof. Dr. M. Müller Prof. Dr. J. Tuckermann (Leitung) Organische) und -speicherung Prof. Dr. A. Huckauf (Leitung) Prof. Dr. I. Bouw Biotechnologie · Service Center. Dr. J. Steinacker(S) Klinik für Kinder- und Prof. Dr. J. Xie Prof. Dr. T. Seufert (Leitung) Prof. Dr

Pfeifer, Holger

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Dr. William R. Lucas  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. William R. Lucas served as Marshall Space Flight Center Director from June 15, 1974 until July 3, 1986, when he retired after thirty-four years of civil service. Prior to the appointment, Lucas served as Center Deputy Director (1971-1974), Program Development Director (1968-1971), Astronautics Laboratory Director (1966-1968), and Propulsion and Vehicle Laboratory Director (1960-1966).

1984-01-01

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Dr. Massimo Space Telescope  

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Dr. Massimo Robberto Space Telescope Science Institute Massimo Robberto received in 1989 his Ph/VLT telescopes. In 1995 he joined the Max Planck Institutein Heidelberg to lead the construction of a new IR camera for the UKIRT telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. In 1999 he moved to the European Space Agency

Zanibbi, Richard

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INSIDE THIS Dr. Palmer's  

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extensive career in higher education. Cal State Fullerton and its students are indebted to Dr. Palmer years in higher education has been working with students and helping them reach their educational goals years of Student Affairs service at the State University of New York at Buffalo. "He brought a wealth

de Lijser, Peter

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Dr. Carnelley's Hot Ice  

Microsoft Academic Search

THE remarkable observation made by Dr. Carnelley that ice in a vacuum is very permanent, even though surrounded by and apparently in contact with very hot bodies, has caused him to suppose and maintain that the ice itself is at a high temperature; a supposition which has been apparently confirmed by preliminary calorimetric determinations. This proposition has naturally met with

Oliver J. Lodge

1881-01-01

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Ask Dr. Sue.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the need for child care providers to be sure children in their care who are between the ages of 15 months and 5 years have had Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine. Urges child care center staff to avoid use of bean bag infant cushions and to inform parents about the hazards posed by the cushions. (DR)

Aronson, Susan S.

1990-01-01

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Dr. Goddard Transports Rocket  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Robert H. Goddard tows his rocket to the launching tower behind a Model A Ford truck, 15 miles northwest of Roswell, New Mexico. 1930- 1932. Dr. Goddard has been recognized as the 'Father of American Rocketry' and as one of three pioneers in the theoretical exploration of space. Robert Hutchings Goddard was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, on October 15, 1882. He was a theoretical scientist as well as a practical engineer. His dream was the conquest of the upper atmosphere and ultimately space through the use of rocket propulsion. Dr. Goddard, who died in 1945, was probably as responsible for the dawning of the Space Age as the Wright Brothers were for the begining of the Air Age. Yet his work attracted little serious attention during his lifetime. When the United States began to prepare for the conquest of space in the 1950's, American rocket scientists began to recognize the debt owed to the New England professor. They discovered that it was virtually impossible to construct a rocket or launch a satellite without acknowledging the work of Dr. Goddard. This great legacy was covered by more than 200 patents, many of which were issued after his death.

1974-01-01

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Interview: Dr. Nathan Hare.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents an interview with Dr. Nathan Hare, who proposes to address some of the problems of lower class, Black male youth by developing a formally supervised ritual to initiate the Black boy into adult male maturity and asserts that materialism prevents rather than promotes success. (KH)

Pete, Gregory

1986-01-01

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September 29, 2003 Dr. John B. Hunt Dr. Raymond Orbach  

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September 29, 2003 Dr. John B. Hunt Dr. Raymond Orbach Acting Assistant Director Director, Office Avenue, SW 4201 Wilson Boulevard Washington, DC 20585 Arlington, VA 22230 Dear Drs. Hunt and Orbach: Your

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Ansprechpartner Prof. Dr. Werner Rie  

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Ansprechpartner Prof. Dr. Werner Rie� Universität Hamburg Historisches Seminar Arbeitsbereich Alte. Werner Rie� (Hamburg) Prof. Dr. Annette Haug (Kiel): Kleidung und Nacktheit: Körper- und Rollenbilder im (Hamburg): Solon, der erste Reformer Europas? Abschlussdiskussion Schlusswort: Prof. Dr. Werner Rie�

Hamburg,.Universität

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Dornoch Tce RiversideDr  

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Dornoch Tce GaileyRd Sylvan Rd Coronation Dr RiversideDr MontagueRd Peel St Melbourne St Glenelg StSt StanleySt MerivaleSt CordeliaSt Russell St Peel St EdmondstoneSt BoundarySt Riverside Dr M ontague Rd Backpackers Resort Banana Bender Brisbane Homestead Palace Prince Consort Somewhere to Stay City Backpackers

Wang, Yan

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Dr. Walter Lindley Scrapbooks  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Living in Los Angeles during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Dr. Walter Lindley was privy to many interesting changes throughout the region. Dr. Lindley created 33 scrapbooks from 1861 to 1922 and they document everything from his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles to his work in founding a tuberculosis sanitarium in Idyllwild. The scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and booklets related to his many interests. Created by the Honnold/Mudd Library for The Claremont Colleges, this digital collection allows users to peer into selections from these fascinating scrapbooks. Currently, visitors can look at three of the scrapbook series, and the others will be digitized over time. Visitors can use the search feature here, which can be used to look around by subject, or they may just wish to type in various terms.

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Dr. Catalanotto gatordentist  

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G Dr. Catalanotto gatordentist TODAY A P u b l i c a t i o n o f t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f F l for the University of Florida and the College of Dentistry. e state's budget cuts to education re ect a challenged in community dentistry and behavioral science, promises to make a long-term di erence in access to care

Dixon, Warren

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Combinatorial Mathematicians based in Britain. Abdullah, Dr.  

E-print Network

. Peter Birmingham Byott, Dr. Nigel P. Exeter #12;C Cameron, Prof. Peter J. QMUL/St. Andrews Camina, Prof. Alan R. UEA Campbell, Dr. Colin M. St Andrews Candellero, Dr. Elisabetta Warwick Candela Pokorna, Dr

Banaji,. Murad

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Dr. Dobb's Embedded Systems  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Embedded Systems is one of the specialized sites stemming from Dr. Dobb's Journal. In addition to serving as an excellent source of news and product development articles, the site is a portal to many other Internet resources on embedded system applications. Information tailored to specific programming languages, like C++, Java, and many others, is grouped into separate categories. There are also focuses on Linux-driven handhelds and other embedded operating systems. A list of toolkits for embedded system developers is also provided, which is especially useful for finding open source solutions.

2002-01-01

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Dr. Barbara Campbell  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Clemson University Biological Sciences faculty page features Dr. Barbara Campbell, an Assistant Professor involved in several projects studying the metabolic potential of mixed microbial communities at deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Projects include a metagenomics approach to understanding the relationship of a mixed episymbiont community associated with the hydrothermal vent annelid, Alvinella pompejana; characterizing the chemoautotrophic potentials of uncultured bacteria from deep-sea hydrothermal vents; and the whole genome sequencing of a dominant type of chemoautotroph found at deep-sea hydrothermal vents. The web page includes information about collaborative research, a list of selected publications, and links related to her projects.

Campbell, Barbara; University, Clemson

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April 7, 2006 Dr. Robin Dawes, Dr. Janice Glasgow  

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= a C(x) = 1 (xa)*2/a for a a*3/2 C(x) = 0 for x > a*3/2 This picture should makeCISC204* Test #5 April 7, 2006 Dr. Robin Dawes, Dr. Janice Glasgow Student Number ­ Dawes, B ­ Glasgow) ________________ This is a closed book test. You may not refer to any resources

Graham, Nick

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Dr.Thomas Van Dam Dr. Peter Taylor  

E-print Network

Authors Dr.Thomas Van Dam Dr. Peter Taylor SUSTAINABLE PAVEMENTS WITH CONCRETE BRIEFING DOCUMENT Harrington, Snyder & Associates. The primary technical expert is Tom Van Dam, Program Manager, Applied. Inquiries can be directed to the Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (515) 294-7612. #12;BUILDING

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Dr. Ursula Bellugi, Founder, Director &  

E-print Network

and develops language difficulties, speech therapy is a tool to help improve or recover their language. SpeechDr. Ursula Bellugi, Founder, Director & Co-Principal Investigator Dr. Greg Hickok , Co rehabilitation treatments for Deaf, American Sign Language (ASL) users. When a hearing person has a stroke

Bellugi, Ursula

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Vizeprsidenten Prof. Dr. Angela Friederici (GSHS) 1303  

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Vizepräsidenten Prof. Dr. Angela Friederici (GSHS) 1303 Prof. Dr. Bill Hansson (BMS) 1246 Prof. Dr. Ferdi Schüth (CPTS) 1252 Dr. Stefan Marcinowski 1299 Stellvertretender Generalsekretär Hauptabteilung 1 Abteilung II Personal und Personalrecht Dr. Angelika Hartmann 1310 Abteilung III Forschungsbau/ Technik

Falge, Eva

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Dr. Beverly Adams ZCDH (Zone Clinical Department  

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. J. Taggart ACH Off-Service Dr. W. Waheed ACH Mental Health Patient Care Unit Vacant ACH Child Day, Short Stay Unit Vacant RGH Unit 49 Dr. W. White FMC Units 21, 22, 23 Consultation-Liaison Division Dr. K

Habib, Ayman

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Security Policies Dr. Ahmad Almulhem  

E-print Network

Security Policies Dr. Ahmad Almulhem Computer Engineering Department, KFUPM Spring 2008 Ahmad Almulhem - Network Security Engineering - 2008 1 / 51 #12;Security Policies Types of Security Policies Trust Types of Access Control Summary Part I Overview Ahmad Almulhem - Network Security Engineering

Almulhem, Ahmad

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Organisation: Prof. Dr. Anne-Julia Zwierlein  

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or Risky Genes? Health Differences between Men and Women 08.05. Dr. clark lawlor (university of northumbria Mittelalters 22.05. Prof. Dr. Marina kreutz (ukR): Gender Differences in Immune-Related Disorders Dr. Miriam Banas (ukR): Gender Differences in Renal Diseases and Renal transplantation 05.06. Dr. katharina Boehm

Schubart, Christoph

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Dr. G. Wellein , Dr. G. Hager, T. ZeiserDr. G. Wellein , Dr. G. Hager, T. Zeiser HPC SHPC Serviceservices Regionales RechenzentrumRegionales Rechenzentrum  

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Dr. G. Wellein , Dr. G. Hager, T. ZeiserDr. G. Wellein , Dr. G. Hager, T. Zeiser HPC SHPC HierarchyMemory Hierarchy Optimization of data accessOptimization of data access 30.04.2007 hpc ,,DRAM Gap" 30.04.2007 hpc@rrze.uni-erlangen.de 3 Characterization of Memory Hierarchies (1) Two

Fiebig, Peter

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Zone Clinical Department Head Dr. G. MacQueen  

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C&A Mental Health Emerg Services Dr. Waheed ACH Oppositional Defiant/ Conduct Disorder Clinic Dr&A Acute Care Serv & Children's Day Treatment Program Dr. Waheed ACH Mood & Anxiety Clinic Dr. Rodway Young Dr. Spivak FMC Unit 22 Dr. White FMC Unit 23 Dr. Amadala PLC Unit 25 Dr. Tano Consultation Liaison

Calgary, University of

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Dr. John Richardson: Arctic Doctor  

PubMed Central

Dr. John Richardson was foremost among a special breed of men, the surgeon-naturalists, one of whom accompanied every exploration party sent out by Great Britain. In addition to performing medical duties, the surgeon-naturalist was expected to identify and collect specimens of plants, animals, and rocks. Dr. Richardson was a member of two of the arctic expeditions led by Sir John Franklin, and participated in the search for the long-overdue third Franklin expedition. ImagesFigure 1 PMID:21253036

Houston, C. Stuart

1988-01-01

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Dr. Felix's Free MEDLINE Page  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

If you need to search the National Medical Library's Medline database, Dr. Felix's Free Medline Page is a good place to start. This simple page is a comparison of twenty-eight web based services that offer free access to parts or all of Medline. For each service users can access information about database coverage, registration requirements, usage restrictions, and document delivery. Hypertext links are available from all of the services discussed. Dr. Felix is a quick and convenient way to launch a Medline session that can inform users of the possible limitations of their search right from the start.

Perry, Helga J.

1997-01-01

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TESTIMONY OF DR. SHYAM SUNDER  

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. This is an issue of particular concern in high rise office buildings and for impaired populations, including those by advancing innovative fire protection technologies and increasing the safety of buildings threatened by fire1 TESTIMONY OF DR. SHYAM SUNDER DIRECTOR BUILDING AND FIRE RESEARCH LABORATORY NATIONAL INSTITUTE

Bentz, Dale P.

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Berkeley Emeriti Dr. Marshall Stoller  

E-print Network

T I M E S Berkeley Emeriti Dr. Marshall Stoller Department of Urology, UC San Francisco "UROLOGY was a general surgical intern and resident at UCSF from 1981-1983 and a urology resident from 1983 resident in the Department of Urology, joining the faculty thereafter. He has helped spearhead

Alvarez-Cohen, Lisa

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Dr. Pribut's Running Injuries Page  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Pribut's Running and Sports Injuries: A Web Hypertext presents a variety of lower extremity running injuries and both self treatment and office treatment. Also running physiology and how to stay out of the doctor's office. Links to other sports areas are also available.

1995-01-01

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Flood events Dr. Andre Paquier  

E-print Network

Flood events Dr. Andre Paquier 4.1. Various floods Usually, various kinds of floods are distinguished based on the origin or on the main processes. Basically, the cause of the flood can be overflow floods are typical of steep beds and / or high intensity rainfalls. In mountain areas, they can

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Dr. Stephen Toope President & Vice  

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. Gordon Binsted Dean, pro tem Faculty of Health & Social Development Dr. Eric Hall Dean, pro tem Faculty Prevention Kimberly Darling Director Academic Operations Don Thompson Chief Technology Officer IT, Media Recruitment & Advising Mary DeMarinis Director Student Development & Advising Rob Johnson Director Athletics

Handy, Todd C.

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Sounding Number Dr. Rachel Hall  

E-print Network

is of a tuning fork. Here's a picture of the sound wave: This looks like a sine wave! Let's highlight a portionSounding Number Dr. Rachel Hall Spectrum and Timbre The equation u(x, t) = ( sin nx L ) ( A sin is a positive whole number, is a solution to the wave equation (for a clarinet, n is an odd number). It predicts

Hall, Rachel W.

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Dr. Martin Jucker Princeton University  

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Dr. Martin Jucker Princeton University Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program 300 Forrestal Road Forrestal Road Princeton, NJ 08540-6649 +1 609 258 44 58 / +1 609 987-5062 http://www.mendeley.com/profiles/martin REVIEWED PAPERS M. Jucker, W.A. Cooper and J.P. Graves, "Integrated modelling of ICRH in a quasi

Rodgers, Keith

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Francine Berman Dr. FRANCINE BERMAN  

E-print Network

; High Performance, Parallel, and Grid Computing; e-Science. RECOGNITIONS / HONORS Professional of Congress in 2008 · Named as one of 15 Leaders in Science and Technology by Newsweek in 2006 · Named as oneFrancine Berman 1 Dr. FRANCINE BERMAN Professor of Computer Science Rensselaer Polytechnic

Varela, Carlos

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Stop words for “Dr Math”  

Microsoft Academic Search

Dr Math” is a facility where primary and secondary school pupils can use MXit on their cell phones to get help with their mathematics homework. Pupils use an abbreviated “MXit lingo” leaving out most vowels and substituting various numerals and symbols for common sounds. Topic spotting in these conversations is required for two reasons. From a pedagogical point of view,

Laurie Butgereit; Reinhardt A Botha

2011-01-01

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Media Release Dr. Larry Hughes  

E-print Network

1 Media Release Contact: Dr. Larry Hughes Visiting Fellow Science and Technology Policy Research in consumption patterns as there are no penalties associated with over-consumption." Changing the way we use, "Second, customers with low energy consumption can and do cross- subsidize customers with high energy

Hughes, Larry

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PCCF flow analysis -- DR Reactor  

Microsoft Academic Search

This report contains an analysis of PCCF tube flow and Panellit pressure relations at DR reactor. Supply curves are presented at front header pressures from 480 to 600 psig using cold water and the standard 0.236 inch orifice with taper down stream and the pigtail valve (plug or ball) open. Demand curves are presented for slug column lengths of 200

Calkin

1961-01-01

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Statistics Colloquium Dr. Noel Cadigan  

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Statistics Colloquium Dr. Noel Cadigan CFER, Marine Institute, MUN Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:00a.m., HH-3026 Statistical problems to address for some NL fish stocks when deriving Maximum Sustainable Yield reference points Abstract: Many fisheries are managed using reference points, where

Oyet, Alwell

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Nanoindentation of mutated Arabidobsis cell walls Scott K. Winston*, Dr. D.F. Bahr1, Dr. Hong Yang2, Dr.  

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Nanoindentation of mutated Arabidobsis cell walls Scott K. Winston*, Dr. D.F. Bahr1, Dr. Hong Yang2 will allow scientists and engineers to develop more effective biofuels and bioproducts. Nanoindentation has

Collins, Gary S.

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Nr. 110 / 2014 // 17. Juni 2014 Preistrger Dr. Andreas Karolewski (Mitte) und Prof. Dr. Mukundan Thelakkat, Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner  

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25 Year Medallion Dr Avery Andrews  

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DR. JOSE SEGUINOT BARBOSA Perfil Profesional  

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DR. JOSE SEGUINOT BARBOSA Perfil Profesional El Dr. Jos� Seguinot Barbosa curs� estudios�a para el a�o 2007- 08. Comenz� su actividad docente como profesor de geograf�a f�sica en la Universidad

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Dr. David Kortenkamp NASA Johnson Space Center  

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Dr. David Kortenkamp NASA Johnson Space Center Dr. David Kortenkamp NASA Johnson Space Center Intelligent Robots for Space Applications Intelligent Robots for Space Applications Dr. David Kortenkamp NASA Johnson Space Center/Metrica Inc. Houston TX 77058 kortenkamp@jsc.nasa.gov http

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Dr. Hugh L. Dryden - portrait  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Hugh Latimer Dryden, had many titles after his name in his lifetime. In 1949 he became the director of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). Dr. Dryden received many accolades and awards both during his life and after his death, but the greatest and most appropriate honor came on March 26, 1976, when NASA renamed the NASA Flight Research Center as the NASA Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center. At the dedication ceremony NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher stated: 'in 1924, when the fastest racing planes did well to fly at 280 m.p.h., Dryden was already probing the transonic range of . . . flight. Later in the 1920s, he sought to develop methods of accurately measuring . . . turbulence in wind tunnels. In 1938 he was the first American to deliver the Wright Brothers lecture. His 'Turbulence and the Boundary Layer' became a classic summary on the subject. It is most fitting that this Flight Research Center, with its unique and highly specialized capability for solving aerospace problems, should memorialize the genius of Hugh Dryden.' Dr. Dryden was initially an aerodynamicist with the National Bureau of Standards. He did important early work in high-speed aerodynamics. In 1947 he became the director of aeronautical research for the NACA (a predecessor of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Two years later, he became NACA's director, a position he held until 1958 when he became deputy administrator of NASA.

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HLA-DR3 and DR7 in coeliac disease: immunogenetic and clinical aspects.  

PubMed Central

The association of HLA-A,B,C, DR polymorphisms and of Bf and GLO with coeliac disease was analysed in 100 Italian children. Primary involvement of HLA-DR3 and DR7 is apparent, while specificities of nearby loci are probably associated secondarily, because of linkage disequilibrium. Direct assessment of D/DR genotype through family studies and mixed lymphocyte cultures led to the recognition of two high risk genotypes DR3/3 and DR3/7, and of two lower risk genotypes DR3/X and DR7/X. The different weight of the HLA-dependent genetic factors is to some extent correlated with the clinical and immunological parameters, suggesting that the low-risk genotypes induce a milder expression of coeliac disease. Furthermore, other genetic factors, such as sex, appear to contribute to the penetrance of the disease, especially in the case of DR3/X and DR7/X. PMID:6603391

Demarchi, M; Carbonara, A; Ansaldi, N; Santini, B; Barbera, C; Borelli, I; Rossino, P; Rendine, S

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CEVE FacultyCEVE Faculty Dr. Pedro Alvarez, Chairman  

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OSU-N History Department Faculty: Dr. Russ Coil  

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School of Dental Medicine Dr. R. Lamont MacNeil  

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Oliver, Douglas L.

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Interview with Dr. Charley Zeanah  

PubMed Central

Dr. Charles Zeanah is the Mary K. Sellars-Polchow Chair in Psychiatry, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Vice Chair for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He is also Executive Director of the Institute for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at Tulane. He is the recipient of multiple awards including the Irving Phillips Award for Prevention, (AACAP), the Presidential Citation for Distinguished Research and Leadership in Infant Mental Health (American Orthopsychiatric Association), the Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), the Blanche F. Ittelson Award for Research in Child Psychiatry (APA), and the Serge Lebovici Award for International Contributions in Infant Mental Health (World Association for Infant Mental Health). Dr. Zeanah is a Distinguished Fellow of AACAP, a Distinguished Fellow of the APA and a Board Member of Zero to Three. He is the Editor of Handbook of Infant Mental Health (3rd edition) considered as the state of the art textbook and standard reference in the field of Infant Mental Health. PMID:23667354

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Dr. von Braun Briefing Walt Disney  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. von Braun began his association with Walt Disney in the 1950s when the rocket scientist appeared in three Disney television productions related to the exploration of space. Years later, Dr. von Braun invited Disney and his associates to tour the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, Alabama. This photograph is dated April 13, 1965. From left are R.J. Schwinghamer from the MSFC, Disney, B.J. Bernight, and Dr. von Braun.

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HLA-DR patterns in pernicious anaemia  

Microsoft Academic Search

The pattern of HLA-DR antigens was studied in a group of 66 patients with Addisonian pernicious anaemia, comprising a subgroup of 18 patients with associated endocrine disease and a subgroup of 48 patients with no associated endocrine disease. Compared with a control group of 120 subjects all 66 patients showed an increase in HLA-DR2 and DR4 and a decrease in

B Ungar; J D Mathews; B D Tait; D C Cowling

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UMG Proteomics Core Facility Prof. Dr med. Dr.h.c. M. Oellerich  

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. Abdul R. Asif Dept. of Clinical Chemistry Prof. Dr. med. GA. Müller PD Dr. rer. nat. Hassan Dihazi Dept in the Department of Clinical Chemistry/Central Laboratory and the Department of Nephrology & Rheumatology. We

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Research Opportunities 2014-15 Dr. Robin Bon Dr. Robin Bon  

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WRITTEN STATEMENT BY DR. KATHRYN D. SULLIVAN  

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IE 418: Integer Programming Dr. Ted Ralphs  

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IE 418: Integer Programming Syllabus Dr. Ted Ralphs Spring 2013 1 Miscellaneous Course Information Instructor: Dr. Ted Ralphs Office: 473 Mohler Lab Phone: 8-4784 E-mail: ted@lehigh.edu Office Hours: TBD Web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted Course web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted/teaching/ie418

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. Julika loss (universität Regensburg): Risky life Style or Risky Genes? Health Differences between Men and Women 08.05. Dr. clark lawlor (university of northumbria): Fashionable Disease and Gender in the longR): Gender Differences in Immune-Related Disorders Dr. Miriam Banas (ukR): Gender Differences in Renal

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Dr. Stephen Toope President & Vice Chancellor  

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Dr. Georg Schmlzer Department of Pediatrics  

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Dr. Carnelley's Experiment with Mercuric Chloride  

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I WAS a little surprised to notice from a paragraph in Prof. McLeod's letter in NATURE, vol. xxiv. p. 28, that he had been unable to repeat Dr. Carnelley's experiment with mercuric chloride. Immediately after the publication of my former letter, it was remarked to me, that although I had shown hot ice to be an impossible commodity, perhaps Dr.

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Dr. Branko N. Popov-- 2002 Scientific Achievement Award Recipient The Scientific Achievement Award N. Popov, professor of chemical engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. Dr. Popov has published more than 70 articles in refereed journals in the area

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Dr. von Braun Discusses 'Bottle Suit' Concept  

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Dr. Wernher von Braun (center), then Chief of the Guided Missile Development Division at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, discusses a 'bottle suit' model with Dr. Heinz Haber (left), an expert on aviation medicine, and Willey Ley, a science writer on rocketry and space exploration. The three men were at the Disney studios appearing in the motion picture, entitled 'Man in Space.'

1954-01-01

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Virtual game show host — Dr. Chestr  

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This paper describes the design, implementation and evaluation of an interactive virtual human Dr. Chestr: Computerized Host Encouraging Students to Review. Game show hosts exert a unique personality that becomes the trademark of their respective game shows. Our aim is to create virtual humans that can interact naturally and spontaneously using speech, emotions and gesture. Dr. Chestr is our virtual

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Dr. William F. Mitchell Contact Information  

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Title Position Holder Increased GPA Student Affairs Dr. Charles Brown  

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Dr. Charles Brown Associate Vice President & Dean of Students Dr. Corey King 3 6 15 $4000-10,000 per Dr. Charles Brown Associate Vice President & Dean of Students Dr. Corey King Develop a program. Charles Brown Associate Vice President & Dean of Students Dr. Corey King identify student needs, location

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Vice Presidents Prof. Dr. Angela Friederici (GSHS) 1303 Prof. Dr. Bill Hansson (BMS) 1246 Prof. Dr. Ferdi Schüth (CPTS) 1252 Dr. Stefan Marcinowski 1299 Deputy Secretary General Division 1 Institute II Personnel and Personnel Law Dr. Angelika Hartmann 1310 Department III Research Building

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Heterogeneity of HLA-DR4 in Greeks including a unique DR4-DQw2 association.  

PubMed

It has been shown that Greek RA patients do not show an increased frequency of HLA-DR4 compared with Greek controls. As only the Dw4 and Dw14 subtypes of DR4 are implicated in RA, we have characterised DR4-positive Greek RA patients and controls using serology, MLC typing and RFLP analysis to see whether the distribution of DR4 subtypes or other HLA antigens associated with DR4 could account for these findings. In the 10 patients and 12 controls studied, Dw10 was common, being present in almost half the controls. Dw4 was not detected in the controls, but was present in three of the RA patients, indicating that there may be some relationship between Dw4 and RA in this population; Dw13 and Dw14 were also found, Dw15 was not detected. Eight of the subjects did not type as any of the HLA-D antigens mentioned. Three controls had unusual DR4-DQ associations, two having DR4-DQw2 and one possessing DR4-DQw4. Analysis of the TaqI DRB RFLP of the subjects showed that one control did not have the 6.1 kb band characteristic of DR4s. All these results indicate that DR4 is a heterogeneous antigen in this population and that several as yet undescribed variants of DR4 may be present. PMID:1968293

Awad, J; Ollier, W; Cutbush, S; Papasteriadis, C; Gupta, A; Carthy, D; McCloskey, D; Brown, C J; Boki, K; Fostizopoulos, G

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Computer Science Faculty Dr. Stephen Beale, Research Assistant Professor  

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Computer Science Faculty Dr. Stephen Beale, Research Assistant Professor Syntactic and semantic, multi-engine NLP applications Dr. Richard Chang, Associate Professor Computational complexity theory, natural language processing, intelligent agents Dr. Milton Halem, Research Professor Scientific computing

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Letter to Dr. Felix Bronner  

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Dear Dr. Bronner: I have been reading in The Physiologist the letters from senior physiologists for many years with great interest. It is impressive that many of the respondents are still pursuing scientific endeavours in their 70's and some even in their 80's. The interesting task is to ponder the relative causative proportions of heredity and environment responsible. One wonders whether knowing something about physiology engenders longer and more productive lives? I suspect so because of the accompanying self-discipline. But another factor would seem to be the pervasive joy of working in this profession. I have been fortunate to be able to acquire the joy of physiology during my graduate studies at Illinois, and to have been able to carry it over here at NASA, Ames Research Center for the past 40 years. A truly academic style research environment at a federal research center is rare. The trick to a joyous research career is to overcome those ever-present slings and arrows of outrageous fortune with dignity whenever possible. To that end I have found solace and guidance in reading the history of warfare and its leaders, especially Sun Tsu's The Art of War and Clauswitz's On War. I became eligible for retirement in 1993, but to insure domestic tranquility and also the joy of pursuing my research hobby have continued working in the laboratory on human research. It is troubling to see that funding for individual scientists conducting human research is declining rapidly, along with their new ideas; perhaps the old ones are more comfortable. Hopefully I can provide a similar response when I'm 80! Thanks for your interest. Sincerely, John Greenleaf

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Autonomie en Transparantie Prof. dr. Bart Jacobs,  

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Autonomie en Transparantie Prof. dr. Bart Jacobs, Hoogleraar computerbeveiliging, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen Contact: : bart@cs.ru.nl, www.cs.ru.nl/~bart 31 maart 2011 Wetten lopen achter de feiten

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Dr Kami Sherpa 1, Brain Drain  

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Envisioning and Communicating Dr. Katy Brner  

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LIVING WORLD LECTURE Dr. Brenna Henn  

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LIVING WORLD LECTURE Dr. Brenna Henn ancient genomic material from long dead hominins. We will discuss whether previousD (2009) training in anthropology and evolutionary genetics at Stanford University

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Dr. Susan Prichard and Pine Beetles  

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In this video, scientist Dr. Susan Prichard discusses the impact of pine bark beetles on western forests, including information on how climate change, specifically rising temperatures, is exacerbating the problem.

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the headlines. As reproductive medicine continues to push back the boundaries of parenthood, debate the extent advances in this area (from conception to cloning) and discuss the ethical implications for mankind. Dr

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Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schulze (Stand August 2012)  

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Prof. Dr. Fumiya Iida Master-Thesis  

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 5.2 The Genetic algorithm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 5.2.1 Introduction to the Genetic Algorithm . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 5.2.2 Implementation in MATLABProf. Dr. Fumiya Iida Master-Thesis Supervised by: Author: Nandan Maheshwari Dominik Naef Xiaoxiang

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Dr. Stefan Cenkowski Bioprocessing Engineering Lab  

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of traditional soil-tool systems. Dr. Chen also works on other research areas, such as ag-fibre (hemp), landmine neutralisation, and ag-waste handling. Representative research projects include hemp harvest and processing

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Childhood Picture of Dr. von Braun  

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This is a childhood picture of Dr. von Braun (center) with his brothers. Dr. Wernher von Braun was born in Wirsitz, Germany, March 23, 1912. His childhood dreams of marned space flight were fulfilled when giant Saturn rockets, developed under his direction at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, boosted the manned Apollo spacecraft to the Moon. His life was dedicated to expanding man's knowledge through the exploration of space.

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[Dr. John Argyropulos (1410-1492)].  

PubMed

Dr. John Argyropulos (Dr. John Argyropulus, Dr. John Argyropoulos) was the last but, along with Dr. John Hortazmen, the most well known professor of Medical School, founded in 1308 by the Serbian king Stefan Uro II Milutin at the Hospital of St. John the Baptist monastery in Constantinople. After the town fell to the Turkish hands, Dr. Argyropulos stayed at Peloponnesus from 1453 to 1456, when he moved to Italy, in which he spent the rest of his life. He is not important only for the Serbs, he is more important for the Greeks and particularly for the Italians and Italy, in which he spent the largest part of his life, in which he achieved the university education, taught the Greek philosophy, language and literature, as well as translated a number of Aristotle's works from old Greek to Latin and New Greek, wrote a number of poems, letters and notes and made a strong influence on a number of Renaissance humanists in Florence, Italy, as well as on a number of intelectuals throghout Europe. We found no evidence that Dr. John Argiropulos either practised medicine in Italy, or that he taught medicine at the Italian medical schools. PMID:19069354

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Dr. G. Ward Wilson 1 Mine ARD G. Ward Wilson  

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With Acid Rock Drainage #12;Dr. G. Ward Wilson 2 Mine ARD #12;Dr. G. Ward Wilson 3 Mine ARD #12;Dr. G. Ward Drainage" ARD OR an older term is "Acid Mine Drainage" AMD #12;Dr. G. Ward Wilson 16 Mine ARD General ARD Example of Mine Waste Potential For Acid Rock Drainage Operation: Typical copper/zinc mine

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OSU-N History Department Faculty: Dr. James Weeks  

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Attracting and Retaining Immigrants to Newfoundland and Labrador: Dr. Lan Gien and Dr. Rebecca Law under the Harris Centre's Immigration Research Fund. The intellectual property vests with the author(s). For more information about the Immigration Research Fund or to obtain hard copies of this report, please

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Dr. Laura Beers, American University Dr. Laura Beers, Assistant Professor of History  

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Center for European Studies research grant, summers 2004& 2006 Research Grants, AU-funded: American in interwar Britain. Journal of British Studies, vol. 48, no. 1 (Jan. 2009): 129-52. Whose Opinion?: changingDr. Laura Beers, American University Dr. Laura Beers, Assistant Professor of History American

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Dr. Gerhard Wellein, Dr. G. Hager, T. Zeiser HPC Services Regionales Rechenzentrum Erlangen  

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Dr. Gerhard Wellein, Dr. G. Hager, T. Zeiser HPC Services ­ Regionales Rechenzentrum Erlangen,... SPEC CPU2000: numerical performance (14 application benchmarks in FORTRAN or C) HPC Challenge: Several specific HPC benchmarks http://icl.cs.utk.edu/hpcc/ gerhard.wellein@rrze.uni-erlangen.de 4 Performance

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to form a hot ductile mass that undergoes complex deformation. These ignimbrites display a varietyThe emplacement and deformation of rheomorphic ignimbrites Supervisors: Dr. David Brown and Dr the pyroclastic density current, and the deformation they undergo, both during and shortly after eruption

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Late Season Forage Plantings Dr. Heather Darby and Dr. Sid Bosworth, UVM Extension Agronomists  

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Late Season Forage Plantings Dr. Heather Darby and Dr. Sid Bosworth, UVM Extension Agronomists June for the winter months. Below is an outline of options for late season forage production. HOW LATE CAN I PLANT or heat units are calculated for each day starting the day after planting. The "length of growing season

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Dr. JOAN SCOTT Dr. Scott joined the faculty of Memorial University in 1970. She served the Department of Biology and  

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9Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Human-Centered  

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9Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center-based Reasoning Related WorkRelated Work #12;10Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Autonomous Control SystemsAutonomous Control Systems l Brings to table

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ORAC-DR: Overview and General Introduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general purpose automatic data reduction pipeline environment. It currently supports data reduction for the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) instruments UFTI, IRCAM, UIST and CGS4, for the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) instrument SCUBA, for the William Herschel Telescope (WHT) instrument INGRID, for the European Southern Observatory (ESO) instrument ISAAC and for the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) instrument IRIS-2. This document describes the general pipeline environment. For specific information on how to reduce the data for a particular instrument, please consult the appropriate ORAC-DR instrument guide.

Economou, Frossie; Jenness, Tim; Currie, Malcolm J.; Adamson, Andy; Allan, Alasdair; Cavanagh, Brad

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Combination of TRAIL with Bortezomib Shifted Apoptotic Signaling from DR4 to DR5 Death Receptor by Selective Internalization and Degradation of DR4  

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TRAIL (tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand) mediates apoptosis in cancer cells through death receptors DR4 and DR5 preferring often one receptor over another in the cells expressing both receptors. Receptor selective mutant variants of TRAIL and agonistic antibodies against DR4 and DR5 are highly promising anticancer agents. Here using DR5 specific mutant variant of TRAIL - DR5-B we have demonstrated for the first time that the sensitivity of cancer cells can be shifted from one TRAIL death receptor to another during co-treatment with anticancer drugs. First we have studied the contribution of DR4 and DR5 in HCT116 p53+/+ and HCT116 p53?/? cells and demonstrated that in HCT116 p53+/+ cells the both death receptors are involved in TRAIL-induced cell death while in HCT116 p53?/? cells prevailed DR4 signaling. The expression of death (DR4 and DR5) as well as decoy (DcR1 and DcR2) receptors was upregulated in the both cell lines either by TRAIL or by bortezomib. However, combined treatment of cells with two drugs induced strong time-dependent and p53-independent internalization and further lysosomal degradation of DR4 receptor. Interestingly DR5-B variant of TRAIL which do not bind with DR4 receptor also induced elimination of DR4 from cell surface in combination with bortezomib indicating the ligand-independent mechanism of the receptor internalization. Eliminatory internalization of DR4 resulted in activation of DR5 receptor thus DR4-dependent HCT116 p53?/? cells became highly sensitive to DR5-B in time-dependent manner. Internalization and degradation of DR4 receptor depended on activation of caspases as well as of lysosomal activity as it was completely inhibited by Z-VAD-FMK, E-64 and Baf-A1. In light of our findings, it is important to explore carefully which of the death receptors is active, when sensitizing drugs are combined with agonistic antibodies to the death receptors or receptor selective variants of TRAIL to enhance cancer treatment efficiency. PMID:25310712

Bychkov, Maxim L.; Gasparian, Marine E.; Dolgikh, Dmitry A.; Kirpichnikov, Mikhail P.

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Dr. Gerard T. van Belle Curriculum Vitae  

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Dr. Gerard T. van Belle Curriculum Vitae Experience: Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona. Astronomer (2011-present). European Southern Observatory, Garching bei München, Germany. Instrument Scientist Photometry Team, 2006-2008 Keck Interferometer Design & Commissioning Team, 1996-2002 Palomar Testbed

van Belle, Gerard

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Biographical Notes  

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Web-university, e-Learning and Telemedicine. Beside of his teaching in the HPI Bachelor and Master- Learning and Telemedicine, and on the innovation method Design Thinking. Formerly Prof. Dr. Christoph in the fields of Internet Security, Electronic Publishing / E-Learning, and Telemedicine . In the time of his

Weske, Mathias

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Veterinary Report Spring 2005 Dr. Daniel Rock,  

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Veterinary Report � Spring 2005 q Dr. Daniel Rock, an expert in viral disease research, came aboard and host range, with particular emphasis on high-consequence viral diseases such as African swine fever, clas- sical swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest, and exotic poxviruses. "My laboratory has

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Chemical Innovation in Drug Dr Matthew Fuchter  

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Chemical Innovation in Drug Discovery Dr Matthew Fuchter Lecturer in Synthetic and Medicinal&D Spending and Output #12;Chemical Innovation Impact Discovery Development Basic research: years 0-3 Pre 3, File DRUG Chemical start point Hit to lead Preclinical Assessment Synthetic Chemistry Chemistry

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Dr. Israel Cuellar (1946-2008)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

On September 7th, 2008, the mental health field lost a trailblazing researcher and clinician as he lost his battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease. Dr. Israel Cuellar made significant contributions to the study of acculturation including its importance in delivering appropriate mental health…

Zamarripa, Manuel X.

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Internet Mathematical Olympiads Alexander Domoshnitsky, Dr.  

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146 Internet Mathematical Olympiads Alexander Domoshnitsky, Dr. Professor of Mathematics, DeanD on Education, Ariel University Center, Ariel, Israel romany@ariel.ac.il Abstract Modern Internet technologies the Internet. Simple Internet technologies supply audio and video connection between participants

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Continued on page 4 Dr. Michael  

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Continued on page 4 Dr. Tom Campbell, the William Rocktaschel Chair in Family Medicine, uses a patient off North 1's gray elevators. Teaming up to LEAP forward Family Medicine one of 30 recognized nationally for approach to care Highland Family Medicine's innovative, team-based approach to patient care

Goldman, Steven A.

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What is Caf Scientifique? Dr. David Oliver  

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What is Café Scientifique? Dr. David Oliver: Palliative Care- Not Just For The End of Life, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context. Palliative care aims affected by the disease but also their family. It is often thought that involvement of a palliative care

Heinke, Dietmar

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Chamber of Commerce reception for Dr. Lucas  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. William R. Lucas, Marshall's fourth Center Director (1974-1986), delivers a speech in front of a picture of the lunar landscape with Earth looming in the background while attending a Huntsville Chamber of Commerce reception honoring his achievements as Director of Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).

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Dr. Anthony (Tony) Peurrung Associate Laboratory Director  

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leadership, PNNL delivers scientific insights, tools and methods to deploy impactful science and technology to clients in the Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community and the National nuclear Security Administration. Dr. Peurrung has contributed

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Dimensional control in the Dr. Frdric Bosch  

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Dimensional control in the age of BIM Dr. Frédéric Bosché Institute for Building and Urban Design (IBUD) #12;Agenda BIM Dimensional Control Laser Scanning & BIM Scan-vs-BIM Applications Future Work #12;BIM #12;BIM Kiviniemi, A. (2011), SOBE, Univ. of Salford. WYSIWYG? #12;Dimensional Control #12

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Walt Disney and Dr. Wernher von Braun  

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Dr. Werhner von Braun, then Chief, Guided Missile Development Operation Division at Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) in Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, was visited by Walt Disney in 1954. In the 1950's, von Braun worked with Disney Studio as a technical director, making three films about space exploration for television. A model of the V-2 rocket is in background.

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ORAC-DR: Astronomy data reduction pipeline  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a generic data reduction pipeline infrastructure; it includes specific data processing recipes for a number of instruments. It is used at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, United Kingdom Infrared Telescope, AAT, and LCOGT. This pipeline runs at the JCMT Science Archive hosted by CADC to generate near-publication quality data products; the code has been in use since 1998.

Jenness, Tim; Economou, Frossie; Cavanagh, Brad; Currie, Malcolm J.; Gibb, Andy

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URBAN ECOLOGY SYLLABUS Dr. Myla Aronson  

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1 URBAN ECOLOGY ­ SYLLABUS Dr. Myla Aronson Email: Myla.Aronson@rutgers.edu Required Text and Readings · Gaston, K.J. 2010. Urban Ecology. Cambridge University Press, New York. ISBN: 978-0-521-743479-5 · Various papers throughout the semester. TBA Course Description Urban landscapes are rapidly expanding

Chen, Kuang-Yu

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Software Design Dr W.K. Chan  

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CS3342 Software Design 1 Dr W.K. Chan Department of Computer Science Email: wkchan) Coursework Due Week 1 Fundamentals Play a Game (2) Form your team Week 2 OOA Use Case ex. (2) Week 3 (holiday) Project Interview (0.5) Interview Week 4 OOA + Structure modeling Class Diagram ex. (2) Week 5 Dynamic

Chan, Wing-Kwong Ricky

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On Dr. Loebner's Lessons Stuart M. Shieber  

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structure of the competition. I discuss each in turn. History: The history of the prize, though interesting their recommendations. 1 #12; artificial intelligence research. His own competition shows that he is wrong. In the third) seems highly dubious. Again, the history of the competition itself tells the story. Dr. Loebner says

Shieber, Stuart

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16 July 2014 Dr. James Green  

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Mars missions: Mars Exploration Rover (MER - Opportunity), Mars Odyssey (ODY), Mars Express (MEX), Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) and the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL - Curiosity). All extended missions were rated16 July 2014 Dr. James Green Director, Planetary Science Division Science Mission Directorate NASA

Rathbun, Julie A.

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Studying Psychology at Strathclyde Dr Kellyanne Findlay  

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and 2); Social and Health Psychology (semester 1), Cognition and Neuropsychology (semester 2). Year 3: 6 classes such as Forensic Psychology, Human Performance, Artificial Intelligence, Health Psychology etc1 Studying Psychology at Strathclyde Dr Kellyanne Findlay kellyanne.findlay@strath.ac.uk What

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2008 10 11 Dr. Pierre Hilson  

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, Belgium GOLVEN secretory peptides control plant gravitropism 03-5841-4461/fukuda@biol.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp GOLVEN secretory peptides control plant gravitropism Dr. Pierre Hilson VIB Department of Plant Systems as well as hypocotyl gravitropic defects. Interestingly, GLV1 and GLV2 are transcribed asymmetrically

Miyashita, Yasushi

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Music as Social Experience Dr. Steven Cornelius  

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Music as Social Experience UHC MU 101 Dr. Steven Cornelius Course Description: This course uses a variety of theoretical perspectives to investigate the ways in which musical practice serves: To develop skills for listening to music. To reveal music's relationship to culture. To encourage self

Guenther, Frank

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Dr. Timothy Wallace Reiffenstein Department of Geography  

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1 Dr. Timothy Wallace Reiffenstein Department of Geography Mount Allison University Sackville, NB E - Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Mount Allison University (tenure-track) Education: · PhD (Geography)- Simon Fraser University 2004 · MA (Geography)- Simon Fraser University 1999 · BA (Geography

Walters, Bradley B.

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DR. BERNARD AMADEI Professor of Civil Engineering  

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DR. BERNARD AMADEI Professor of Civil Engineering University of Colorado at Boulder Engineering for the Developing World: From Crisis to Development Bernard Amadei is a professor of Civil Engineering Engineering from the University of Toronto and his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University

Gilchrist, James F.

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Prof.Dr.Siegfried Bocherer Vorlesungsankundigung  

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Prof.Dr.Siegfried B¨ocherer Vorlesungsank¨undigung HS 2011 Topologie (Vorlesung mit ¨Ubung) Viele Topologie (Stetigkeit, Summen, Produkte, Quotienten topologischer R¨aume) Separationseigenschaften TOPOLOGIE (z.Bsp. von Jaenich, Queren- burg, Schubert, Ossa,) 1 #12;

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Interview [with Dr. Gerald W. Bracey  

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This article presents an interview with Dr. Gerald W. Bracey, author of "Reading Educational Research: How to Avoid Getting Statistically Snookered." During the interview, Bracey explains why he considers the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) as a "weapon of mass destruction" and that he sees nothing to suggest that NCLB has improved schools.…

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WRITTEN TESTIMONY OF DR. THOMAS KARL  

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in many other components of the climate system (warming patterns being only one example) are also veryWRITTEN TESTIMONY OF DR. THOMAS KARL DIRECTOR OF NOAA's NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER, AND LEAD FOR CLIMATE SERVICES NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION U.S DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE HEARING

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Dr. David Innes Nov. 18, 20  

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evolutionary genetics -relationship among racial groups Allison 4. Human evolutionary genetics. -fossil DNA1 Dr. David Innes Fall 2009 Lectures: Nov. 18, 20 23, 25, 27 Topics in Evolutionary Genetics 30, 2, 4 Labs: Lab. 4 (Due. Dec. 1): Format Dec. 1 Paper presentations 2 pm (SN-4116F) List of papers

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Dr Irene Stevens Neglect (50.2%)  

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Dr Irene Stevens #12;#12;Neglect (50.2%) Parental incapacity(use of substances) (24.2%) Abandonment/optimalSecure/optimalSecure/optimalSecure/optimal developmentdevelopmentdevelopmentdevelopment Disrupted attachmentDisrupted attachmentDisrupted attachmentDisrupted attachment Insecure/trauma/therapist drama/music/art #12;#12;#12;Special edition of SJRCC (Attachment) www

Harman, Neal.A.

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Dr Jennifer Hatchell What is redshift?  

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Dr Jennifer Hatchell 1 Redshift Contents: What is redshift? Cause 1: Doppler Effect Cause 2: the Doppler effect, and expansion of the Universe A B short wavelength longer wavelength Redshift cause 1 effect is a prediction of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity. Redshift cause 1: Doppler Effect

Hatchell, Jennifer

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5353 Parkside Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458  

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5353 Parkside Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458 www.llsjupiter.com Phone: (561) 799 8547 Fax: (561) 799 8563 E to your left. Via Florida'sTurnpike, from the north: 1. Take Exit 116 (Jupiter). 2. Turn left and go east

Fernandez, Eduardo

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Dr. Robert Braun NASA Chief Technologist  

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1 1 Dr. Robert Braun NASA Chief Technologist May 25, 2010 Office of the Chief Technologist Town Hall Meeting #12;2 Themes of the Presidents FY11 NASA Budget Request · Top-line increase of $6B over 5 years -- National investment in NASA is $100B over 5 yrs · Increase for Science ($2.5B over 5 years

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prof. dr. IanT. Young afscheidsrede  

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prof. dr. IanT. Young afscheidsrede 20 mei 2009 #12;1 Where the light was not: Failure in education, magazines, television, Internet and radio must we have to accept the conclusion ­ we have failed to provide an educational system that meets the needs of our children, our grandchildren, and our society? What

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Dr. John R. Dorgan Faculty Trustee  

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Dr. John R. Dorgan Faculty Trustee John R. Dorgan is currently Professor of Chemical Energy Laboratory. Professor Dorgan feels that ecological concerns are a predominant research motivator nanocomposites which are based on renewable resources as well as on new process technologies for biorefining

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Profile on Dr. Maddox By Erica Rothmier  

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the significance of the findings and discussing the impact the findings could have on animal health or food safety focuses on developing a more effective vaccine for Strep equi. the agent that causes strangles in horses. For the past year, Dr. Maddox has been trying to identify genetic differences between wild type and vaccine

Gilbert, Matthew

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IE 361 Mini Paper Dr. Vardeman  

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IE 361 Mini Paper Fall 2000 ISO 9000 Dr. Vardeman Conducted by: Wempie Kumala Vera Oh Ai-Sze Chiam, scientific, technological, and economic activity (Kantner 9). In 1988, ISO published ISO 9000. ISO 9000 effectively document the quality system elements required to maintain an efficient quality system. ISO 9000

Vardeman, Stephen B.

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History of OFDM Dr. Stephen B. Weinstein  

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Fourier transform, and then describes the series of advances of the last five decades. These include respectively. After a career with Bell Laboratories, American Express, Bellcore (Telcordia), and NEC Research ADSL, WiFi, WiMAX and Digital Video Broadcasting. At the American Express Company, Dr. Weinstein

Huang, Jianwei

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Dr. Caleb Williams Saleeby: The Complete Eugenicist.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Profiles the work of Dr. Caleb Williams Saleeby, a late 19th-century propagandist for eugenics. Eugenics is a science that deals with the transmission of hereditary racial traits, coupled with a desire to use this for the elimination of social ills. Discusses Saleeby's work with the Eugenics Education Society. (MJP)

Rodwell, Grant

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Dr. Tobias Lindner Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages  

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" (On the Pivotality of Voting Rules). Dr. Tobias Lindner MdB, Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin Bezug- Palatine since 1999 Member of the Alliance 90/ The Greens' youth organization: "Grüne Jugend" since 1998 of Voting Rules). Diploma Thesis at the Institute for Economic Theory and Operations Research, Karlsruhe

Huber, Bernhard A.

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Prof. Dr. Fumiya Iida Semester Project  

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i #12;ii #12;Abstract In this project, genetic algorithm for evolutionary design of cube structuresProf. Dr. Fumiya Iida Semester Project Supervised by: Author: Luzius Brodbeck Tonci Novkovic Extension of an evolutionary design algorithm to complex tasks Spring Term 2013 #12;#12;Contents Abstract

Daraio, Chiara

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Dr. Jason Lin, Professor Business Administration Dept.  

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will be the examination of current issues and problems in the European Union (EU), the economy, and the politicalDr. Jason Lin, Professor Business Administration Dept. School of Business Office: Violette Hall. School of Business Office: Violette Hall 2332 Truman State University Kirksville, MO 63501 Office (660

Gering, Jon C.

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Beer and Economic Growth Dr. Martin Shields  

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Beer and Economic Growth Dr. Martin Shields Regional Economics Institute Colorado State University to the rest of the world #12;Industry Trends · Over the past 10 years, the growth in craft beer has significantly altered the industry · While overall beer sales are relatively flat, market share of craft brewers

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Science Maps in Action Dr. Katy Brner  

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Science Maps in Action Dr. Katy B�rner Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, Director Information Visualization Laboratory, Director School of Library and Information Science Indiana University Computational Scientometrics: Studying Science by Scientific Means B�rner, Katy, Chen, Chaomei, and Boyack

Menczer, Filippo

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Hand and Fascial Spaces Dr. Mihir Bagchi  

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Hand and Fascial Spaces Dr. Mihir Bagchi Edited By: Abdualrahman Hamad HAND AND FASCIAL SPACES and bones of the hand. Examine specific areas (compartments) of the hand and 2. their relationship with other areas. Relate anatomic structures to possible clinical conditions. 3. Learn action of hand muscles

Finley Jr., Russell L.

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Economics in Film Professors: Dr. Naphtali Hoffman  

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Economics in Film Professors: Dr. Naphtali Hoffman Office:LT 912 Office Phone: (607) 735: This course is designed to achieve two goals: The first is to introduce students to economic problems, debates, and ideas. The second is to develop critical thinking skill by applying what you know of economics

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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E-Newsletter Dr. Sanjay Shah, Editor  

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or comments may be directed to the team leaders or the appropriate state contact. Contacts Dr. Mark Risse Swine Waste in North Carolina ­ Mike Williams · Extension Article: CAFO Compliance Flags ­ Ted Tyson Carolina C.M. (Mike) Williams, Director, Animal and Poultry Waste Management Center, NC State Univ

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Curriculum Vitae Dr. phil. nat. Fred Kucharski  

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of cyclogenesis. As a tool a local energy concept (exergy) is used. #12;April 1996 - April 1998 Scientific of the variational data assimilation technique in a boundary-layer model' School Education 1978 - 1984 High SchoolD Thesis: `On the concept of exergy and available potential energy', Supervisor: Prof. Dr. F. Herbert

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August 15, 2001 Dr. Thomas B. Kirk  

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August 15, 2001 Dr. Thomas B. Kirk Associate Director for High Energy and Nuclear Physics Building listened to the needs of the physics community and commented on the pros and cons of underground space occurs depends on the energy of the neutrino. A good energy for neutrino beams generated

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College of Medicine DR Diagnostic Radiology  

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College of Medicine DR Diagnostic Radiology KEY: # = new course * = course changed = course RADIOLOGY. (1-3) With the advice and approval of his or her faculty adviser, the first-year student may choose approved electives offered by the Department of Diagnostic Radiology. The intent is to provide

MacAdam, Keith

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. H. Erdem ipa  

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. Teaching Experience 2011-present: Assistant Professor, Departments of History and Near Eastern StudiesCURRICULUM VITAE Dr. H. Erdem �ipa Assistant Professor of Ottoman History Departments of History of Peasant Rebels: A Comparison of the English, German and Ottoman Cases." M.A. in History, Boaziçi

Edwards, Paul N.

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Climate Change and Tourism Dr David Viner  

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Climate Change and Tourism éCLAT Dr David Viner Climatic Research Unit University of East Anglia d.viner@uea.ac.uk Tourism has a strong international dimension and is sensitive to any changes of climate that alter to attract visitors are likely to be vulnerable to climate change and the implementation of climate change

Feigon, Brooke

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Alcohol And drUg Policies  

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University Alcohol And drUg Policies 404-185 Rev 8/13 #12;#12;High-risk drinking and other drug use and consumption of alcoholic beverages and other drugs. These standards conform to state and federal laws hall community standards d.10 Alcohol Policy for Residence Halls and University-approved Housing

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NASA's New Horizons Mission Dr. Henry Throop  

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Radio NASA's New Horizons Mission To Pluto Dr. Henry Throop Planetary Science Institute Tucson 100,000,000,000 stars. The Sun is just one star in the Galaxy. #12;Kuiper Belt Jupiter Saturn Uranus Moon Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Hard to see: Uranus Neptune Pluto Asteroids #12

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NASA's New Horizons Mission Dr. Henry Throop  

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NASA's New Horizons Mission To Pluto Dr. Henry Throop Planetary Science Institute Tucson Sun Our Solar System #12;Kuiper Belt Jupiter Saturn Uranus Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Sun Our Saturn Hard to see: Uranus Neptune Pluto Asteroids #12;1874: French Astronomer LeVerrier found errors

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Dr. Israel Cuéllar (1946-2008)  

Microsoft Academic Search

On September 7th, 2008, the mental health field lost a trailblazing researcher and clinician as he lost his battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease. Dr. Israel Cuéllar made significant contributions to the study of acculturation including its importance in delivering appropriate mental health services to diverse populations. In particular, the construction of the

Manuel X. Zamarripa

2009-01-01

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Physics 3610: Thermodynamics Instructor: Dr. William Robertson  

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: An Introduction to Thermal Physics by Daniel V. Schroeder Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and WalkerPhysics 3610: Thermodynamics Instructor: Dr. William Robertson Office: WPS 207 E-mail: William and Resnick. Accommodations: Students with disabilities that may require assistance or accommodation

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New science with neutrons Dr Martyn Bull  

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and pharmaceutical Soft matter, gels and food IT and electronics Aerospace and engineering ISIS science offers manyNew science with neutrons Dr Martyn Bull ISIS Second Target Station Project ISIS Pulsed Neutron Bio-molecular Science Meeting the future needs of United Kingdom science £140 million 2003-2008 ISIS

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VT Electric Services VTES 601 Energy Dr.  

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VT Electric Services Location VTES 601 Energy Dr. Blacskburg, VA 24061 (540) 231-6437 Office Hours Electric Services is to provide adequate, reliable and economical electric service to the buildings; Street & Sidewalk Illumination Annual Operating Budget $38 million (approx.) Electric Services

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CFD Research Overview Dr. Chris Roy  

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high-efficiency CFD predictions (Roy) and conducting wind tunnel experiments (Devenport) · AuburnCFD Research Overview Dr. Chris Roy Associate Professor Aerospace & Ocean Engineering Virginia Tech for tractor trailer drag reduction · CFD of gas flow through microfibrous materials · Potential research

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Dr. Peter Stern Senior Editor SCIENCE  

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Dr. Peter Stern Senior Editor SCIENCE The manuscript selection process at SCIENCE The aim of my talk is to make the review process at SCIENCE more transparent and to help people to decide at an early the manuscript was under consideration and how much energy we devote to assure that the decision was as fair

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A TRIBUTE TO DR. WILLIAM PENN WATKINSON  

EPA Science Inventory

Dr. William Penn Watkinson (known to colleagues as "Penn") of EPA¿s health research lab (National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory) of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, died Wednesday, December 13 after a battle with lung cancer. He was a member of the Pulmonar...

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Dept. of Mechanical Engineering 1500 Engineering Dr.  

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Dept. of Mechanical Engineering 1500 Engineering Dr. University of Wisconsin ­ Madison Madison, WI. of Mechanical Engineering 2008 ­ Present Director of Engine Research Center 2003 ­ 2007 Associate Professor Company, Kent, WA. 1982 ­ 1984 EDUCATION Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Stanford University, Stanford, CA

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Nome Inscrio ABRAO MERIJ NETO 395  

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REIS 619 ADRIANO SENE GONÃ?ALVES 1466 AFONSO KOUJI SAKAMOTO 492 AGNALDO VIEIRA DIAS 970 AILTON PEREIRA RAMOS 1438 ANTONIO TOMAZ DE CARVALHO 951 ARIELLE DOS SANTOS BASSANELLI PEREIRA 655 ARIELTON NUNES RAMOS

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Dr. Robert Harmon Dr. Tom Gillpatrick International marketing/business, decision  

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State B.A., Psychology, Western Washington State Dr. David Gerbing academic background: area ­ pharmaceutical company Senior marketing executive positions ­ water transmission infrastructure, IT portfolio College of Engineering + Computer Science Chairperson ­ IBM Service Research + Innovation Institute

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Dr. von Braun and Dr. Stuhlinger With a Model of the Nuclear-Electric Vehicles  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

In this photo, taken at the Walt Disney Studios in California, Dr. Wernher von Braun and Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger are shown discussing the concepts of nuclear-electric spaceships designed to undertake the mission to the planet Mars. As a part of the Disney 'Tomorrowland' series on the exploration of space, the nuclear-electric vehicles were shown in the last three television films, entitled 'Mars and Beyond,' which first aired in December 1957.

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ReseaRch PRoject GRants Dr Patti Adank  

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of East Anglia Timing is everything: anticipating future eruptive activity on Ascension Island �242,932 Dr of Southampton Phonological processing during Arabic reading �155,779 Dr Dorothy Duffy University College London

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Upcoming events  

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Upcoming events News You Can Use A publication of OSU the legacy of Dr. King by coordinating events to edu- cate and bring people together for fellowship. Some in honor of Dr. King, please visit OSU's MLK week information page: http

Escher, Christine

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Fakultt fr Maschinenbau Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jrgen Gausemeier  

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Anwendungsbereichen Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Homberg Umformende und Spanende Fertigungstechnik E zienteFakultät für Maschinenbau Who is Who Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Gausemeier Produktentstehung Erfolgspotentiale der Zukunft erkennen und erschlie�en Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerson Meschut Werkstoff- und Fügetechnik

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Sent on behalf of Dr. Bowen Loftin January 13, 2010  

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of Bryan Carol Jordan, President, Women Former Students' Network Dr. Glen Laine, Chair, Department Head Steering Committee Francisco Maldonado, President, Texas A&M Hispanic Network Dr. M. Sam Mannan, Chair Rodriguez, Executive Director, Hispanic President's Council Dr. Felicia Scott, Chair, Black Former Student

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Dr Chia-Ling Chen Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan  

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Dr Chia-Ling Chen Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan Prof Malcolm McNeil University of Pittsburgh, USA Prof Bruce Murdoch University of Queensland, Australia Invited Speakers Dr Chia-Ling Chen of early intervention. Dr. Chia-Ling has been actively engaged in rehabilitation-related research

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Science Sampler: Dr. Vermeij and The Cay  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

As an interdisciplinary exploration, middle-level students were reading The Cay (1969) by Theodore Taylor in their English classes, honing map skills in social studies, and learning the importance of making observations in science class. Then, inspired by the autobiography of Dr. Geerat Vermeij, the author decided to have her students make observations as he did--using only their sense of touch. Dr. Vermeij, a distinguished professor of geology at the University of California, has been blind since the age of three, but he has an extraordinary gift--he can identify shells using only his hands. Through the activities described here, students not only honed their science process skills, but also gained a deeper appreciation of science as a human endeavor.

Shubin, Joanna

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Centennial Presidential Perspective: Dr. Alfred Blalock  

PubMed Central

Great men are not a common occurrence. Indeed, they are a rare find. Though respected and lauded in their time, it is only in retrospect that their true contributions can be adequately measured as a surgeon, an educator and a scientist. Such is the case of Dr. Alfred Blalock. Many have considered him the father of modern cardiac surgery. All consider his “blue baby” operation to be one of the landmarks of cardiac surgery and, as the chief of surgery at Johns Hopkins, he trained many who would become the leaders of our discipline. His continual reach for excellence helped him to not only affect, but revolutionize the paradigm of surgical research, an understanding of the physiology of shock and the surgical management of pulmonic stenosis/atresia. Dr. Blalock was the 30th president of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery and his presidential address was given in 1951. PMID:22248679

Beaty, Claude A.; George, Timothy J.; Conte, John V.

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Adams, JM (Dr) TUTORIAL (YEAR 2) -UG  

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Adams, JM (Dr) TUTORIAL (YEAR 2) - UG JAT, JSA, JA, ADA, WNC, AD, D Room to be advised TUTX-PH00-TU (YEA JMA 48 AZ 04 TUTX-PH00-GM1 Sem1: 01-06,08-14 SGT-Grp A1 TUTORIAL (YEAR 3) - UG SP, AL, JLK, PJM, JM 30 BB 03 Sem1: 09,11,13 UCAS JMA LTE SEM Sem1: 07 Dept Seminar TUTORIAL (YEAR 1) - UG SS, SP, AL

Stevenson, Paul

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ORAC-DR -- spectroscopy data reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general-purpose automatic data-reduction pipeline environment. This document describes its use to reduce spectroscopy data collected at the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) with the CGS4, UIST and Michelle instruments, at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) with the IRIS2 instrument, and from the Very Large Telescope with ISAAC. It outlines the algorithms used and how to make minor modifications of them, and how to correct for errors made at the telescope.

Hirst, Paul; Cavanagh, Brad

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A Visit With Dr. Francis Crick  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Francis Crick speaks of his discovery, with James Watson, of the structure of DNA and of his more recent interest in the brain and consciousness in a 1989 interview with Carolina Biological. Linked to the interview is an activity, "A Tour Through DNA" by Kathy Paris, and a Glossary. The Paris activity provides guidelines for students as they "lead tours" through the DNA molecule.

BEGIN:VCARD VERSION:2.1 FN:Carolina Biological N:Biological;Carolina REV:2005-04-14 END:VCARD

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technische universitt Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik  

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technische universität dortmund Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik Fakultät für Informatik LS 8Se 2008 Fakultät für Informatik LS 8 technische universität dortmund Datenflut ! Immer mehr Daten werden Fakultät für Informatik LS 8 technische universität dortmund Beispiele ! Europas Very Long Baseline

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A brightening of (QSO) DR UMa  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The CRTS Transient (Drake et al. 2009, ApJ, 696, 870), ID CSS110402:135906+554432 has brightened in March - April 2011, it reached 17.14 mag in unfiltered images on 2011 Apr. 2.34 UT, in its normal state it is fainter than 19 mag ( http://nesssi.cacr.caltech.edu/catalina/20110402/1104021550454132704.html#table1). The object is associated with known variable star DR UMa, its SDSS magnitudes are u = 20.56, g = 20.39, r = 19.99, i = 19.98, z = 19.95, the SDSS coordinates are 13 59 05.74, 55 44 29.58 (2000). We have taken 15-min spectrum of DR UMa with the SCORPIO spectrograph of the 6-meter Russian telescope on 2011 Apr. 13.88 UT. Spectral resolution was 13 A, however the spectrum was subjected to a strong Moon background. We find DR UMa is a QSO with a redshift z = 1.01 based on a broad emission line at ~ 5630 A, which we identify with MgII 2798 A, its EW is 30 A. A comparison with SDSS QSO template spectra ( http://www.sdss.org/gallery/gal_zqso.html) reveals possible C III] 1908 A emission at our spectral range edge and other fainter emission lines. Strong absorption features at 4268, 5022/5045 and 5431 A may be MgII absorption lines arising in line of sight material.

Fabrika, S.; Barsukova, E.; Goranskij, V.; Kato, T.; Ohshima, T.; Makarov, D.; Uklein, R.; Pavlenko, E.

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Universittsmedizin Gttingen, Georg-August Universitt Stiftung ffentlichen Rechts Vorstand Prof.Dr. Heyo K. Kroemer (Forschung & Lehre, Sprecher des Vorstands) Dr. Martin Siess (Krankenversorgung) Dr. Sebastian Freytag (Wirtschaftsfhrung & Administration)  

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Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, Georg-August Universität Stiftung �ffentlichen Rechts Vorstand Prof.Dr. Heyo K. Kroemer (Forschung & Lehre, Sprecher des Vorstands) Dr. Martin Siess (Krankenversorgung) Dr

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21Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Design of AA systemsDesign of AA systems  

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21Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center in autonomy #12;22Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Generic control system

Kortenkamp, David

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ORAC-DR -- imaging data reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general-purpose automatic data-reduction pipeline environment. This document describes its use to reduce imaging data collected at the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) with the UFTI, UIST, IRCAM, and Michelle instruments; at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) with the IRIS2 instrument; at the Very Large Telescope with ISAAC and NACO; from Magellan's Classic Cam, at Gemini with NIRI, and from the Isaac Newton Group using INGRID. It outlines the algorithms used and how to make minor modifications to them, and how to correct for errors made at the telescope.

Currie, Malcolm J.; Cavanagh, Brad

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Dr. Mark Seward's Gila Monster Website  

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"A leading authority on captive propagation of the Gila monster, _Heloderma suspectum_," Dr. Mark Seward created this website to disseminate information about Gila monsters. The site links to various Natural History sub-sections including Morphology, Range, Food and Metabolism, and more. For those interested in learning about captive breeding of Gila Monsters, the site also includes information about Acquisition, Husbandry, and Reproduction. These subject areas contain sub-categories like Feeding, Handling, Mating, Hatching, and more. This site also includes Free Gila Monster Videos for download.

Seward, Mark

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A failure management prototype: DR/Rx  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This failure management prototype performs failure diagnosis and recovery management of hierarchical, distributed systems. The prototype, which evolved from a series of previous prototypes following a spiral model for development, focuses on two functions: (1) the diagnostic reasoner (DR) performs integrated failure diagnosis in distributed systems; and (2) the recovery expert (Rx) develops plans to recover from the failure. Issues related to expert system prototype design and the previous history of this prototype are discussed. The architecture of the current prototype is described in terms of the knowledge representation and functionality of its components.

Hammen, David G.; Baker, Carolyn G.; Kelly, Christine M.; Marsh, Christopher A.

1991-01-01

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On the trail of Dr. Fifer.  

PubMed Central

A gift from a patient drew Hope, BC, family physician Gerd Asche irrevocably into the local medical history of the 1858 Fraser River Gold Rush. Because of his interest in Dr. Max William Fifer, Asche undertook research missions in British Columbia, England and the US, converted his computer room to a research and writing centre, and wrote a biography of his predecessor and colleague. He recounts his experience and the growing satisfaction provided by his interest in medical history. Images p1398-a PMID:8616743

Asche, G

1996-01-01

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Programme Coordination Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h. c. Karl J. Thom-Kozmiensky  

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Technical University Clausthal, Head of the Institute of Mineral and Waste Processing, Waste Disposal, Chair of Waste Management and Emissions, Germany Professor Dr. Rundong Li Shenyang Aerospace University Waste Management · Recycling · Waste-to-Energy Recovery of Biowastes · Mechanical-Biological Treatment

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Dr. Seuss Is on the Loose! Planning Month-Long Activities Using Dr. Seuss Materials.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper contains activities for classes and small groups using 24 Dr. Seuss stories. The rhymes and illustrations can spark creative writing and inspire imaginative bulletin board displays. The ideas and activities presented are useful with most elementary grades by making adjustments for student abilities. Many of the titles contain political…

Tuten-Puckett, Katharyn

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Interaction Modes for Augmented Reality Visualization Hannah Slay, *Matthew Phillips, *Dr Rudi Vernik, Dr Bruce Thomas  

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Interaction Modes for Augmented Reality Visualization Hannah Slay, *Matthew Phillips, *Dr Rudi.Vernik@dsto.defence.gov.au, Bruce.Thomas@unisa.edu.au Abstract In this paper we describe a novel use of augmented reality for information visualization. We detail the use of augmented reality as a componentof InVision- an open

Thomas, Bruce

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HLA-DR typing "at the DNA level": RFLPs and subtypes detected with a DR beta cDNA probe.  

PubMed Central

The HLA-DR beta gene, used as a hybridization probe, detects RFLPs that correlate with HLA-DR specificities. Using genomic DNA from more than 200 individuals, we have carried out a population study with a cDNA probe for the DR beta chain, which, under appropriate conditions, does not cross-hybridize with genes from other HLA-D subregions (e.g., DP and DQ). We first assessed the correspondence between serologically defined HLA-DR types and DNA patterns obtained after digestion with TaqI and found that DNA patterns allowed us to identify most specificities. Only two pairs of antigens are not distinguishable: with the DR beta probe alone we cannot distinguish DR3 from DRw6 or DR7 from DRw9. However, the correct assignment can always be made for the first pair by hybridizing the same digests with a DQ alpha or DQ beta probe. Thus DR typing from the DNA patterns is practical and accurate. We also looked for serologically undetectable subtypes. RFLPs revealed high-frequency subtypes for the specificities DR 2, 3, 5, w6, 7, and w9. Some of these are more accurately viewed as variant haplotypes, since the relevant variation is probably not at the DR beta locus that determines the serological specificities but rather at other closely linked and highly homologous DR beta loci such as DR beta-III. Nevertheless, the existence of variant haplotypes for so many specificities indicates a wealth of polymorphic variation beyond that detected serologically and provides more specific markers for studies of various diseases associated with HLA-DR specificities. Images Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 PMID:2904222

Cox, N J; Mela, A P; Zmijewski, C M; Spielman, R S

1988-01-01

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Dr. Wolfgang Flieger Tel. +49 3834 86-1111  

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Dr. Wolfgang Flieger Tel. +49 3834 86-1111 Fax +49 3834 86-1113 Büro: Sibylle Günther Tel. +49 3834 86-1111 Dr. Dirk Alvermann Tel. 03834 86-1156 Fax 03834 86-1159 Büro Tel. 03834 86-1156 Kerstin Rosenberger Tel. 03834 86-1280 Fax 03834 86-1282 Büro: Sabine Bu� Tel. 03834 86-1281 Dr. Peter Rief

Greifswald, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität

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Dr. Wolfgang Flieger Tel. +49 3834 86-1111  

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Dr. Wolfgang Flieger Tel. +49 3834 86-1111 Fax +49 3834 86-1113 Büro: Sibylle Günther Tel. +49 3834 86-1111 Dr. Dirk Alvermann Tel. 03834 86-1156 Fax 03834 86-1159 Büro Tel. 03834 86-1156 Kerstin Rosenberger Tel. 03834 86-1280 Fax 03834 86-1282 Büro: Sabine Bu� Tel. 03834 86-1281 Dr. Peter Rief 1

Greifswald, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität

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HLA-DR antigens and disease patterns of rheumatoid arthritis  

Microsoft Academic Search

HLA-DR antigens were determined in 111 patients with classic or definite rheumatoid arthritis. HLA-DR4 was significantly (P corr. -6) increased in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (54%) compared with controls (23.2%). HLA-DR 5 was decreased in rheumatoid arthritis (12.6% vs 26.4% of controls); however, the corrected P value was not significant. There were no significant differences with regard to various clinical,

O. Scherak; J. S. Smolen; W. R. Mayr

1983-01-01

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Dr. Timothy Bromage Receives 2010 Max Planck Research Award  

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history in paleoanthropology." Dean Bertolami apelike than previously believed. Dr. Bromage's recon of Paleoanthropology at the Senckenberg Research Institute, marked the first time that scientists discovered an early

Wang, Da-Neng

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Polymorphism and complexity of HLA-DR : evidence for intra- HLA-DR region crossing-over events  

Microsoft Academic Search

HLA-DR molecules were isolated from HLA-DR3, -5, and -w6 positive homozygous B-cell lines by immunoprecipitation with monoclonal antibodies and analyzed by gel electrophoretic techniques. DNA isolated from the same cell lines was digested with the restriction enzyme Taq I and hybridized with a DR beta full-length cDNA probe. We demonstrated that certain DRßI alleles are found in combination with different

Ronald E. Bontrop; Marcel G. J. Tilanus; Marlies M. A. Mikulski; Dienne G. Elferink; Annemarie Termijtelen; Rene R. P. Vries; Jon J. Rood; Marius J. Giphart

1988-01-01

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Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel (Univ. Prof., Dr. sc. nat., Dr. rer. nat., 1954) is Scientific Director and CEO of the Hasso Plattner  

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with Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel hosted the 1st National IT Summit of German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel at HPI in Potsdam. Meinel is a member of acatech, the German "National Academy of Science

Weske, Mathias

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Please Join Us as Dr. Arnold F. Stancell Presents  

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recommendations for improved offshore drilling safety following the BP oil spill tragedy. Dr. StancellPlease Join Us as Dr. Arnold F. Stancell Presents "BP Oil Tragedy: What Went Wrong and Leadership in an explosion and fire aboard the Deep Water Horizon drilling rig. The spill gushed five million barrels of oil

Miami, University of

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Introduction to the Student Affairs Program Dr. Pam Havice  

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Introduction to the Student Affairs Program Dr. Pam Havice 8/1/2013 Hello, I'm Dr. Pam Havice at Clemson University. I have the privilege of being the coordinator for the Student Affairs Master's Program of experience in student affairs, we have a faculty that are very student centered, and we try to role model

Duchowski, Andrew T.

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Christian S. Stohler, DMD, DrMedDent, was appointed  

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Christian S. Stohler, DMD, DrMedDent, was appointed as the new dean of the College of Dental and Development, and professor and chair of the Department of Biologic and Materials Sciences. Dr. Stohler for the College in the fall issue of Primus magazine. notes primus Columbia University College of Dental Medicine

Grishok, Alla

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IE 496: Computational Methods in Optimization Dr. Ted Ralphs  

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IE 496: Computational Methods in Optimization Syllabus Dr. Ted Ralphs Spring 2012 1 Miscellaneous Course Information Instructor: Dr. Ted Ralphs Office: 473 Mohler Lab Phone: 8-4784 E-mail: ted@lehigh.edu Office Hour: TR 11:00-12:00 or by appointment Web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted Course web page

Ralphs, Ted

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IE172: Algorithms in Systems Engineering Dr. Ted Ralphs  

E-print Network

IE172: Algorithms in Systems Engineering Syllabus Dr. Ted Ralphs Spring 2014 1 Miscellaneous Course Information Instructor: Dr. Ted Ralphs Office: 473 Mohler Lab Phone: 8-4784 E-mail: ted@lehigh.edu Office Hours: WR 1-2 Web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted Course web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted

Ralphs, Ted

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ISE 407: Computational Methods in Optimization Dr. Ted Ralphs  

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ISE 407: Computational Methods in Optimization Syllabus Dr. Ted Ralphs Fall 2013 1 Miscellaneous Course Information Instructor: Dr. Ted Ralphs Office: 473 Mohler Lab Phone: 8-4784 E-mail: ted@lehigh.edu Office Hour: TR 11:00-12:00 or by appointment Web page: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~ted Course web page

Ralphs, Ted

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13/14Dean of Arts Dr Joe Brady  

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Devereux UCD School of Education HEAD OF SCHOOL Prof. Ciaran Sugrue UCD School of Geography, Planning HEAD OF SCHOOL Dr John McCafferty UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics and Health Systems HEAD OF SCHOOL/ DEAN Dr Martin McNamara UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy

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Dr. Irene Sänger-Bredt, a life for astronautics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Irene Bredt (b.1911 at Bonn) obtained her Doctorate in Physics in 1937; in the same year she became a scientific researcher at the German Research Center for Aviation at Trauen, led by Prof. Dr. Eugen Sänger. Soon, the young but efficient Dr. Irene Bredt became the first assistant of Dr. Sänger, who married her (1951). During 1973-1978, Dr. Bredt was in correspondence with Prof. Dr. Nikolae-Florin Zaganescu and helped him to familiarize the Romanian readers with Prof. Sänger's life and achievements. As for Dr. Bredt's life, she specified three main periods of her activity: 1937-1942, when she was researcher in charge of thermodynamic problems of liquid-fuelled rocket engines at Trauen 1942-1945, when she was Senior Researcher in charge of Ramjet in flight performances at Ainring, and also coauthored the Top Secret Technical report entitled 'A Rocket Engine for a Long-Range Bomber', which was finished in 1941 but edited only in 1944 the post world war II period, when she was Scientific Advisor or Director at various civil and military research institutes, universities, etc. Dr. Irene Sänger-Bredt helped her husband to develop many scientific theories like Ramjet thermodynamic theory, and photon rocket theory and also in establishing IAF and IAA. In 1970, Dr. Irene Sänger-Bredt was honored with 'Hermann Oberth Gold Medal' for her impressive scientific activity.

Zaganescu, Nicolae-Florin

2004-12-01

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Dr. Nancy Gerber Associate Chair, Department of Chemistry and  

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Dr. Nancy Gerber Associate Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry 8/26/2011 WhatYou Need of Chemistry and Biochemistry Advisor's drop-in advising hours Advisor Office* Phone Email Advising Hours Dr (CHEM 321,322) 1 semester of general physical chem (CHEM 300) 1 semester of biochemistry (CHEM 340

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SAN JOS STATE UNIVERSITY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. LIBRARY  

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of the transformational change. JOINT LIBRARY The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library is a joint university and public of the university community and the general public. Most service desks in the King Library are merged service units1 SAN JOSÃ? STATE UNIVERSITY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. LIBRARY VISION-STRATEGY STATEMENT

Su, Xiao

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Dr. Juergen E.W. Polle Department of Biology  

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stress. #12;Dr. Juergen E.W. Polle Department of Biology Brooklyn College of the City University of New and supervision of undergraduate students in the laboratory Lecturer: Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, USA Spring 2003Dr. Juergen E.W. Polle Department of Biology Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

Polle, Jürgen

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Dr. Jill Scott appointed Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning)  

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. Scott has accepted the responsibilities of this role. Please join me in welcoming Dr. Scott to her new and Learning, because of its role in supporting improvements to the student learning experience at Queen and Cultures. She is also cross-appointed to Gender Studies and affiliated with Cultural Studies. Dr. Scott has

Graham, Nick

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Dr. Ronald A. Walker W-255K Olmsted Building  

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Dr. Ronald A. Walker W-255K Olmsted Building Dept. of Computer Science and Math- ematical Sciences, Huntingdon, PA, 2006-2007 Ross Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 2003-2006 Honors, University of Richmond, summer 1996, 1997 - 1998 Advisor: Dr. William T. Ross Topic: Solutions

Walker, Ronald A.

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Dr. G. Ward Wilson 1 Tailings Stability TAILINGS DAM STABILITY  

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·construction costs occur over life of mine - lower discounted cash flow, lower cash requirements at startup of mine operator ·planning and scheduling of construction required #12;Dr. G. Ward Wilson 2 TailingsDr. G. Ward Wilson 1 Tailings Stability TAILINGS DAM STABILITY · Construction staged over the life

Boisvert, Jeff

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Dr. Roy A. Axford, Jr. Senior Technologist, Wireless Communications  

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. From 1998 to 2003, Dr. Axford led the ONR/Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency sponsored Ultra. In 1992, Dr. Axford led a new Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project that examined the use and the Department of Defense. He was promoted to the rank of Senior Technologist in January 2009 and is currently

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Dr. Howard A. Tanner Fisheries Excellence Fellowship Graduate Student Award  

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The Annual Dr. Howard A. Tanner Fisheries Excellence Fellowship Graduate Student Award Department to announce the competition for the annual award of the Dr. Howard A. Tanner Fisheries Excellence Fellowship. Tanner (with a copy to the Department) prior to release of fellowship money to the successful student

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ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC D.R. Schultz  

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ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC IONS D.R. Schultz Physics Division, Oak Ridge National contract number DE­AC05­96OR22464. 1 #12; A. ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC IONS D.R. Schultz Excitation and ionization of atoms and ions by electron­impact continues to be an area of very active

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Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center  

Cancer.gov

Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center You will need Adobe Flash Player 8 or later and JavaScript enabled to view this video. You can view the movie here Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center talking about

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105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility closure activities evaluation report  

SciTech Connect

This report evaluates the closure activities at the 105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility. The evaluation compares these activities to the regulatory requirements and closure plan requirements. The report concludes that the areas identified in the closure plan can be clean closed. This report summarizes and evaluates the closure activities performed in support of partial closure of the 105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility (LSFF). This evaluation will be used in assessing the condition of the 105-DR LSFF for the purpose of meeting the partial clean closure conditions described in the 105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility Closure Plan (DOE-RL 1995). Based on the evaluation of the decontamination activities, sampling activities, and sample data, it is has been determined that the partial clean closure conditions for the 105-DR LSFF have been met.

Adler, J.G.

1996-04-11

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Stand: 25.10.2013 Hochschulleitung und Verwaltung Prsident Prof. Dr. Stefan Leible(5200)  

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Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Schmidt (3200) Kanzler Dr. Markus Zanner (5210) Briefanschrift: 95440 BayreuthStand: 25.10.2013 Hochschulleitung und Verwaltung Präsident Prof. Dr. Stefan Leible(5200) Vizepräsident Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Jablonski (7620) Vizepräsidentin Prof. Dr. Anna Köhler (2600) Vizepräsident

Ullmann, G. Matthias

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Nr. 008 / 2011 // 18. Januar 2011 ,,Strom an" fr das 3. Energiebinnenmarktpaket: Professor Dr. Knut  

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: Professor Dr. Knut Werner Lange und die Forschungsstelle f�r deutsches und europ�isches Energierecht an der dem 3. Energiebinnenmarktpaket �ndern, sagt Professor Dr. Knut Werner Lange, Direktor der Rechtswissenschaft (Professor Dr. Dr. Peter Salje, Leibniz Universit�t Hannover; Professor Dr. Markus M

Ullmann, G. Matthias

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Central Asia Regional IPM CRSP Project Report: October 2006-March 2007 Submitted by: Dr. K. Maredia and Dr. D. Baributsa  

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Central Asia Regional IPM CRSP Project Report: October 2006-March 2007 Submitted by: Dr. K. Maredia and rearing of newly introduced predator mites in Central Asia. Dr. Tashpulatova is reviewing the history the IPM-CRSP in Central Asia and Oxfam GB. A joint effort is underway by the IPM-CRSP project

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LinuxIntro.doc p.1 Introduction to Linux at Loyola (by Dr. Sabin hastily edited by Dr. Binkley)  

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LinuxIntro.doc p.1 Introduction to Linux at Loyola (by Dr. Sabin hastily edited by Dr. Binkley) UNIX is an operating system (OS) that allows simultaneous multiple users and multiple tasks. Linux is a Unix-like OS that runs on PCs. We have a Linux workstation network composed of Dell PCs located

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39Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Requirements OutlineRequirements Outline  

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39Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center responsibility: both accept and request #12;40Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center MotivationsMotivations l Adjustable autonomy places severe requirements

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60Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center NASA HCA Applications OutlineNASA HCA Applications Outline  

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60Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center NASA HCA Applications OutlineNASA HCA Applications Outline l 3T Control Architecture ­ architecture Satellite Assistant (under development) #12;61Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David

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8/1/13 Dr. Manishe Raizada, University of Guelph... idrc-crdi.tumblr.com/post/47211542727/dr-manishe-raizada-university-of-guelph 1/4  

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8/1/13 Dr. Manishe Raizada, University of Guelph... idrc-crdi.tumblr.com/post/47211542727/dr FollowFollow idrc-crdiidrc-crdi #12;8/1/13 Dr. Manishe Raizada, University of Guelph... idrc-crdi.tumblr'Universit� McGill, de l'University of #12;8/1/13 Dr. Manishe Raizada, University of Guelph... idrc-crdi.tumblr

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Dr. Samuel Ting, nobel laureate, visits SSPF.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Nobel laureate Professor Samuel C. C. Ting of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology pauses for a photo in the Space Station Processing Facility. Dr. Ting is directing an experiment, an international collaboration of some 37 universities and laboratories, using a state-of-the-art particle physics detector called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), which will fly on a future launch to the International Space Station. Using the unique environment of space, the AMS will study the properties and origin of cosmic particles and nuclei including antimatter and dark matter. AMS flew initially as a Space Shuttle payload on the June 1998 mission STS-91 that provided the investigating team with data on background sources and verified the detector's performance under actual space flight conditions. The detector's second space flight is scheduled to be launched on mission UF-4 October 2003 for installation on the Space Station as an attached payload. Current plans call for operating the detector for three years before it is returned to Earth on the Shuttle. Using the Space Station offers the science team the opportunity to conduct the long-duration research above the Earth's atmosphere necessary to collect sufficient data required to accomplish the science objectives.

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SDSS DR7 WHITE DWARF CATALOG  

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We present a new catalog of spectroscopically confirmed white dwarf stars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 7 spectroscopic catalog. We find 20,407 white dwarf spectra, representing 19,712 stars, and provide atmospheric model fits to 14,120 DA and 1011 DB white dwarf spectra from 12,843 and 923 stars, respectively. These numbers represent more than a factor of two increase in the total number of white dwarf stars from the previous SDSS white dwarf catalogs based on DR4 data. Our distribution of subtypes varies from previous catalogs due to our more conservative, manual classifications of each star in our catalog, supplementing our automatic fits. In particular, we find a large number of magnetic white dwarf stars whose small Zeeman splittings mimic increased Stark broadening that would otherwise result in an overestimated log g if fit as a non-magnetic white dwarf. We calculate mean DA and DB masses for our clean, non-magnetic sample and find the DB mean mass is statistically larger than that for the DAs.

Kleinman, S. J.; Nitta, A. [Gemini Observatory, 670 North A'ohoku Place, Hilo, HI 96720 (United States); Kepler, S. O.; Pelisoli, Ingrid; Pecanha, Viviane; Costa, J. E. S. [Instituto de Fisica, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil); Koester, D. [Institut fuer Theoretische Physik und Astrophysik, Universitaet Kiel, D-24098 Kiel (Germany); Krzesinski, J. [Mt. Suhora Observatory, Pedagogical University of Cracow, ul. Podchorazych 2, 30-084 Cracow (Poland); Dufour, P.; Lachapelle, F.-R.; Bergeron, P. [Departement de Physique, Universite de Montreal, C. P. 6128, Succ. Centre-Ville, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7 (Canada); Yip, Ching-Wa [Department of Physics and Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University, 3701 San Martin Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218 (United States); Harris, Hugh C. [United States Naval Observatory, Flagstaff Station, 10391 West Naval Observatory Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-8521 (United States); Eisenstein, Daniel J. [Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, MS 20, Cambridge, MA 02138 (United States); Althaus, L.; Corsico, A., E-mail: hch@nofs.navy.mil [Facultad de Ciencias Astronomicas y Geofisicas, Paseo del Bosque S/N, (1900) La Plata (Argentina)

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MONTESDEOCA SOLORZANO, OSCAR FABRICIO. Basic Characteristics of Grancrete HFR. (Under the direction of Dr. Sami Rizkalla).  

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2008 APPROVED BY: _______________________________ ______________________________ Dr. Michael Leming Dr me to work under his guidance during this research project. I extend my gratitude to Dr. Michael Facilities Laboratory in the persons of Mr. Jerry Atkinson and Mr. William Dunleavy for their invaluable

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Molecular diversity of HLA-DR4 haplotypes.  

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Complementary DNA (cDNA) clones encoding beta chains of the DR and DQ regions and alpha chains of the DQ region were isolated and sequenced from four homozygous DR4 cell lines of different HLA-D types: GM3103(Dw4), FS(Dw10), BIN(Dw14), and KT3(Dw15). When compared with each other and with a previously published sequence from a DR4 (Dw13 cell line), the variability of DR beta 1 gene products is generally restricted to the region around amino acid position 70, with an additional polymorphism at position 86. Many of these differences, including an unusual amino acid substitution at position 57 in the Japanese cell line KT3(Dw15), may be due to gene conversion events from the DR beta 2 or DX beta genes. In contrast, DR beta 2 molecules are identical in Dw15, Dw10, and Dw4 cell lines. DQ beta chains isolated from GM3103(Dw4), FS(Dw10), and BIN40(Dw14) are also identical. However, the DQ beta sequence from cell line KT3(Dw15) differs substantially from all other previously reported DQ beta alleles, consistent with its serological designation, DQ "blank." The first domain sequences of DQ alpha chains were identical in all four cell lines. The data suggest that relatively circumscribed amino acid changes in the DR beta 1 molecule are responsible for the HLA-D typing differences between some haplotypes. PMID:3458223

Gregersen, P K; Shen, M; Song, Q L; Merryman, P; Degar, S; Seki, T; Maccari, J; Goldberg, D; Murphy, H; Schwenzer, J

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Pathogenesis of Afa/Dr Diffusely Adhering Escherichia coli  

PubMed Central

Over the last few years, dramatic increases in our knowledge about diffusely adhering Escherichia coli (DAEC) pathogenesis have taken place. The typical class of DAEC includes E. coli strains harboring AfaE-I, AfaE-II, AfaE-III, AfaE-V, Dr, Dr-II, F1845, and NFA-I adhesins (Afa/Dr DAEC); these strains (i) have an identical genetic organization and (ii) allow binding to human decay-accelerating factor (DAF) (Afa/DrDAF subclass) or carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) (Afa/DrCEA subclass). The atypical class of DAEC includes two subclasses of strains; the atypical subclass 1 includes E. coli strains that express AfaE-VII, AfaE-VIII, AAF-I, AAF-II, and AAF-III adhesins, which (i) have an identical genetic organization and (ii) do not bind to human DAF, and the atypical subclass 2 includes E. coli strains that harbor Afa/Dr adhesins or others adhesins promoting diffuse adhesion, together with pathogenicity islands such as the LEE pathogenicity island (DA-EPEC). In this review, the focus is on Afa/Dr DAEC strains that have been found to be associated with urinary tract infections and with enteric infection. The review aims to provide a broad overview and update of the virulence aspects of these intriguing pathogens. Epidemiological studies, diagnostic techniques, characteristic molecular features of Afa/Dr operons, and the respective role of Afa/Dr adhesins and invasins in pathogenesis are described. Following the recognition of membrane-bound receptors, including type IV collagen, DAF, CEACAM1, CEA, and CEACAM6, by Afa/Dr adhesins, activation of signal transduction pathways leads to structural and functional injuries at brush border and junctional domains and to proinflammatory responses in polarized intestinal cells. In addition, uropathogenic Afa/Dr DAEC strains, following recognition of ?1 integrin as a receptor, enter epithelial cells by a zipper-like, raft- and microtubule-dependent mechanism. Finally, the presence of other, unknown virulence factors and the way that an Afa/Dr DAEC strain emerges from the human intestinal microbiota as a “silent pathogen” are discussed. PMID:15831825

Servin, Alain L.

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Production Handbook for Florida Dr. Bielinski M. santos  

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Vegetable 2013-2014 Production Handbook for Florida Dr. Bielinski M. santos associate Professor Florida Research and Education Center - Immokalee Bielinski M. Santos, Assistant Professor, Gulf Coast formatting and composition Bielinski M. Santos and Michelle D. Middleton Acknowledgements The purpose

Jawitz, James W.

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CTAHR Faculty Research Portfolio 200954 Dr. Carl Evensen  

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· Nutrient & animal waste management · Soil and water conservation, with emphasis on cover cropping Selected's Soils. University of Hawaii - CTAHR & USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. pp. 21CTAHR Faculty Research Portfolio 200954 Dr. Carl Evensen Department of Natural Resources

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ORAC-DR -- integral field spectroscopy data reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general-purpose automatic data-reduction pipeline environment. This document describes its use to reduce integral field unit (IFU) data collected at the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) with the UIST instrument.

Todd, Stephen

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Laboratory for Ultrafast & THz Spectroscopy Dr. Ingrid Wilke  

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Laboratory for Ultrafast & THz Spectroscopy Dr. Ingrid Wilke Associate Professor of Physics Department of Physics, Applied Physics & Astronomy, Center for THz Research Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute interested in THz Science & Technology. The position is sponsored through the National Science Foundation

Wilke, Ingrid

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Log Periodic Antennas Dr. S. X-Pol  

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3/26/2009 1 Log Periodic Antennas INEL 5305 Dr. S. X-Pol Canal Frecuencia (MHz) Banda Frecuencia of the Log-Periodic Dipole Antenna" Variaciones used as a feed in reflector antennas Compact ultra broadband

Cruz-Pol, Sandra L.

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REFLECTIONS ON DR. CLARK'S TEACHING AND APPLIED SOCIOLOGY  

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This paper offers a unique opportunity to formally pay tribute to one of Dr. Clark's many contributions to sociology: that of sharpening the clinical method through the intensive use of such concepts as value premises, ...

Weber, George H.

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The Challenge of Green HPC Dr. Krishna Kant  

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The Challenge of Green HPC Dr. Krishna Kant George Mason University HPC systems that can meet the desired power/thermal profiles. In this talk, I will address the unique issues faced by HPC in delivering the required performance

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Science for Kids exclusive: 'Worm wizard,' Dr. Shana Goffredi  

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Deep beneath Monterey Bay, California, weird worms topped with bright red, feathery "hats" gorge themselves at a whalebone buffet. In this ...... Dr. Shana K. Goffredi of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, answers a few questions about these unique animals.

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Entomological Science (2003) 6, 301308 Correspondence: Dr Kazunori Yoshizawa, Systematic  

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Entomological Science (2003) 6, 301­308 Correspondence: Dr Kazunori Yoshizawa, Systematic Entomology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 060-8589 Japan. Email: psocid Entomology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan Abstract Two new

Yoshizawa, Kazunori

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Institutsdirektor und CEO des  

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zusammen mit Hasso Plattner Gastgeber des 1. Nationalen IT-Gipfels der deutschen Bundeskanzlerin Dr. Angela Merkel am HPI in Potsdam. Christoph Meinel ist ordentlicher Professor (C4) für Informatik am HPI und

Weske, Mathias

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Dr. Christopher Langdon Freeman Assistant Professor of History  

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Dr. Christopher Langdon Freeman Assistant Professor of History 313 Tainter Hall Social-1100 freemanc@uwstout.edu EDUCATION: Ph.D. History, University of Minnesota, 2007. Dissertation Title: The Figure of a Hero: Reading Metaphor in the "New History

Wu, Mingshen

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Depicting the Difficult: Death, Murder & Struggle Dr Aimee Blackledge  

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Depicting the Difficult: Death, Murder & Struggle Dr Aimee Blackledge 13.00-14.00 16th October 2012 This talk will focus on how artists have dealt with the challenging themes of death, murder and struggle

Atkinson, Katie

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10. Copy by Historic American Buildings Survey of Dr. Collins ...  

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10. Copy by Historic American Buildings Survey of Dr. Collins Marchall photo Unknown photographer (App. 1880-1890) VIEW FROM NORTHWEST (front) - General John Mason House, Analostan Island or Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

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2. Photocopy of advertisement (from the collection of Dr. Margaret ...  

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2. Photocopy of advertisement (from the collection of Dr. Margaret Ballard, Union, West Virginia) late 19th century AERIAL VIEW OF TOWN - Red Sulphur Springs, Route 12, Salt Sulphur Springs, Monroe County, WV

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Geodetic Metrology and Engineering Geodesy Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand  

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Geodetic Metrology and Engineering Geodesy Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand Geodetic Metrology Bachelor in Geomatic Engineering and Planning Basics of Geodetic Metrology, Geodetic Sensors, Field Courses, Bachelor Theses Master in Geomatics and Planning Engineering Geodesy I and II, Industrial Metrology, Legal

Giger, Christine

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Dr. James Gee Associate Professor of Radiologic Science in Radiology  

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Dr. James Gee Associate Professor of Radiologic Science in Radiology Director, Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory University of Pennsylvania James Gee, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Radiologic

Zanibbi, Richard

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Dr. Wolfgang Quapp Fakultat fur Mathematik und Informatik  

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and their electrons. The nuclei tend to push themselfes away, the electrons hold together the molecule. The energyDr. Wolfgang Quapp Fakult¨at f¨ur Mathematik und Informatik Molecules are made from atoms

Quapp, Wolfgang

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Portrait of Dr. Von Braun with Walt Disney, 1954.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Marshall Center Director Dr. Wernher Von Braun is pictured with Walt Disney during a visit to the Marshall Space Flight Center in 1954. In the 1950s, Dr. Von Braun while working in California on the Saturn project, also worked with Disney studios as a technical director in making three films about Space Exploration for television. Disney's tour of Marshall in 1965 was Von Braun's hope for a renewed public interest in the future of the Space Program at NASA.

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Dr. Peter Emil Becker and the Third Reich.  

PubMed

In 1985 the physician after whom Becker Muscular Dystrophy is named, German neurologist Dr. Peter Emil Becker (1908-2000), published an autobiographical article in the American Journal of Medical Genetics in which he disavowed any association with the Nazi Party. A closer look at the evidence, however, suggests otherwise. Review of war records and related sources raise concern for Dr. Becker's affiliation with the Nazi Party and his contributions to its ideology. PMID:23813666

Hill, Frank

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Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes  

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· Trapezoid rule · Simpson's 1/3 rule · Richardson extrapolation · Integration of data (applied civil under the curve f(x) · We can compute the approximate value of the integral without calculus! 5 b a dxxf )( Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Trapezoidal Rule F(x) #12;8/15/2011 2 Dr. T.P. Clement CE

Clement, Prabhakar

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Molecular Analysis of Thymopentin Binding to HLA-DR Molecules  

Microsoft Academic Search

Thymopentin (TP5) triggers an immune response by contacting with T cells; however the molecular basis of how TP5 achieves this process remains incompletely understood. According to the main idea of immunomodulation, we suppose that it would be necessary for TP5 to form complex with human class II major histocompatibility complex DR molecules (HLA-DR) before TP5 interacts with T cells. The

Zuojia Liu; Xiliang Zheng; Jin Wang; Erkang Wang; Martin Egli

2007-01-01

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun at the launch of Apollo 11.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Mission officials relax, all smiles, a few moments after the successful launch of the Apollo 11 spacecraft by Saturn V vehicle AS-506. Relieved of the tension of waiting through the countdown are (left to right) Charles W. Matthews, NASA deputy associate administrator for manned space flight; Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Director of the Marshall Space Flight Center; Dr. George E. Meuller, NASA associate administrator for manned spaceflight, and Lt. General Samuel C. Phillips, director of the Apollo program.

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Expression of Tumor Necrosis Factor-Related Apoptosis-Inducing Ligand Death Receptors DR4 and DR5 in Human Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer.  

PubMed

: Death receptors 4 and 5 (DR4 and DR5) are cell surface receptors that when activated by their ligand tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) triggers apoptosis in most cancer cells but not in normal cells. Currently, it remains unclear whether DR4 and DR5 are involved in immune surveillance against nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) progression. The aim of this study was to investigate the expression of DR4 and DR5 in NMSC and relate the results to the established clinicopathologic prognostic factors. This study was conducted on about 80 skin specimens from patients with NMSC (40 basal cell carcinoma and 40 squamous cell carcinoma) and diagnosed and confirmed by biopsy. Immunohistochemical analysis for DR4 and DR5 was carried out on formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded sections of skin tissues using avidin-biotin peroxidase method. Significant expression of both DR4 and DR5 was observed in NMSC cases. There was statistically significant association between DR4 and DR5 expression in squamous cell carcinoma and each of tumor site and lymph node metastasis. There was statistically significant association between DR4 expression in basal cell carcinoma and histopathologic subtypes (high expression in nodular type) and between DR5 expression and tumor site (high expression in sun-exposed area). In conclusion, expression of TRAIL receptors that mediate extrinsic apoptotic pathway in NMSC may be suggestive of a reassessment of the suitability of TRAIL-based strategy in future NMSC therapies. PMID:24212133

Omran, Ola M; Ata, Hesham S

2014-09-01

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Ethical reflection in dentistry: First steps at the faculty of dental surgery of Dr Olivier Hamel, Dr Christine Marchal, Dr Michel Sixou, Pr Christian Herv  

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1 Ethical reflection in dentistry: First steps at the faculty of dental surgery of Toulouse. Dr College of Dentists 2006;73(3):36-9" #12;2 Ethical reflection in dentistry: prospects at the faculty in the dental profession through the example of a survey of ethical reflection and ethical issues in dentistry

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Semantic Awareness in Product Lifecycle Management Systems Casey James Baker, Douglas Eddy, Dr. Sundar Krishnamurty, Dr. Ian Grosse, Dr. Jack Wileden  

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time to market. Semantic awareness has the potential to enrich PLM systems, yet semantic functionalitySemantic Awareness in Product Lifecycle Management Systems Casey James Baker, Douglas Eddy, Dr for adopting semantic functionality. A case study was performed with a widely used PLM system (PTC's Windchill

Mountziaris, T. J.

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Satellite Ultrasound for Rural Stroke (SURS) Principal investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort, University of Aberdeen  

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Satellite Ultrasound for Rural Stroke (SURS) Principal investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort, University clinician for scanning technique advice and review. Contact: Dr Alasdair Mort 014630255886. a.mort@abdn.ac.uk Staff Profile: Principal Investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort Team members: Professor Phil Wilson Dr Leila

Levi, Ran

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Mannheimer Anglistik erfolgreich Dr. Stella Butter mit Preis des Anglistenverbands 2008  

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Mannheimer Anglistik erfolgreich Dr. Stella Butter mit Preis des Anglistenverbands 2008 ausgezeichnet Die Mannheimer Anglistin Dr. Stella Butter ist vom Deutschen Anglistikverband mit dem Preis für untersuchen zu können. Dr. Butter ist Mitarbeiterin von Prof. Dr. Meinhard Winkgens am Lehrstuhl Anglistik II

Mannheim, Universität

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Statement by Dr. Rita R. Colwell, Director, and Dr. Joseph Bordogna, Deputy Director, National Science Foundation, On Award of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine  

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... Press Statement Statement by Dr. Rita R. Colwell, Director, and Dr. Joseph Bordogna, Deputy Director ... health and well being. -NSF- Media Contacts David Hart, NSF (703) 292-7737 dhart@nsf.gov Related ...

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Type 1 Diabetes in the Spanish Population: additional factors to Class II HLA-DR3 and -DR4  

PubMed Central

Background The Major Histocompatibility Complex is the main genetic contributor to susceptibility to type 1 diabetes (T1D); genome-wide scans have consistently mapped increased predisposition to this region. The highest disease risk has been associated with HLA-DR3 and HLA-DR4. In particular, the DR3-positive ancestral haplotype 18.2 was reported as highly diabetogenic. We aimed to corroborate whether this haplotype increases the susceptibility conferred by the DQ2-DR3 alleles in a Mediterranean population. We also searched for additional susceptibility factors to the classic DQ2-DR3 and DQ8-DR4. Results Genetic MHC markers were analysed in a case-control study with 302 T1D patients and 529 ethnically matched controls. DR3-TNFa1b5 carrier rate was significantly higher in DR3-positive heterozygous T1D patients than in DR3-positive heterozygous controls (p = 0.0019; odds ratio OR [95% confidence interval CI] = 2.26 [1.3–3.93]). This data was confirmed analysing the allelic frequency, which includes the information corresponding to the DR3-homozygous individuals (p = 0.001; OR = 2.09) and by using the Arlequin software to check the DR3-positive haplotypes (p = 0.004;OR = 1.93). The present results provide strong evidence of a second susceptibility region in the ancestral haplotype 18.2 in the Spanish population. Moreover, we searched for T1D susceptibility factors in addition to the MHC classical ones, within the DR2-DQ6/DR3-DQ2/DR4-DQ8 negative population. Several genetic markers in both MHC class II (DQA1*0101-DQB1*0501 [p = 0.007;OR = 2.81], DQA1*0201-DQB1*0202 [p = 0.03; OR = 2.35]) and III (TNFa2b1 [p = 0.01 OR = 2.74], BAT-2*2 [p = 0.004; OR = 3.19]) were found. These different alleles associated with T1D were not independent and we observed linkage disequilibrium among them leading us to describe two new risk haplotypes (DQA1*0101-DQB1*0501-TNFa2b1 and DQA1*0201-DQB1*0202- BAT-2*2). Finally, we studied a T1D susceptibility/protection marker located in extended class I, D6S2223; however, no association was observed in our population. Conclusion Our results suggest that other associated MHC haplotypes might present susceptibility factors in loci different from HLA-class II and that the class II molecules are not necessarily the universal etiologic factor in every MHC haplotype. PMID:15842729

Urcelay, Elena; Santiago, José L; de la Calle, Hermenegildo; Martínez, Alfonso; Méndez, Julián; Ibarra, José M; Maluenda, Carlos; Fernández-Arquero, Miguel; de la Concha, Emilio G

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Insect Rearing Center Toured by Top Mississippi State University Administrators 8 June 2010, Dr. Mark Keenum, President, and Dr. Gregory Bohach, Vice President for  

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Insect Rearing Center Toured by Top Mississippi State University Administrators 8 June 2010, Dr, and Veterinary Medicine, toured the MSU Insect Rearing Center for over an hour. They were greeted by Dr. Clarence Davis, Insect Rearing Center Director. Presentations and/or demonstrations were made by Dr. John

Ray, David

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CGS4DR: Automated reduction of data from CGS4  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

CGS4DR is data reduction software for the CGS4 instrument at UKIRT. The software can be used offline to reprocess CGS4 data. CGS4DR allows a wide variety of data reduction configurations, and can interlace oversampled data frames; reduce known bias, dark, flat, arc, object and sky frames; remove the sky, residual sky OH-lines (? < 2.3 ?m) and thermal emission (? ? 2.3 ?m) from data; and add data into groups for improved signal-to-noise. It can also extract and de-ripple a spectrum and offers a variety of ways to plot data, in addition to other useful features. CGS4DR is distributed as part of the Starlink software collection (ascl:1110.012).

Daly, Phil N.; Beard, Steven M.; Lightfoot, John, L.; Bridger, Alan

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Dr. David Sawyer, Mickey Mouse and Dr. David Brown attend a ceremony at Ronald McNair Middle School  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. David Sawyer (left), Superintendent of the Brevard County School District, Mickey Mouse, and Dr. David Brown, a NASA astronaut, attend a tribute to NASA astronaut Ronald McNair held in the gymnasium of Ronald McNair Magnet School in Cocoa, Fla. During the tribute, Walt Disney World presented a portrait of McNair to the school, which had previously been renamed for the fallen astronaut. McNair was one of a crew of seven who lost their lives during an accident following launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger in January 1986.

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List of publications containing references to Dr. Vladimir Gantovnik's papers  

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de stratifies en utilisant un algorithme genetique. Master's thesis, Universite Laval, 2006. [6] M. JList of publications containing references to Dr. Vladimir Gantovnik's papers (1) Gantovnik V] K. Maneepan. Genetic algorithm based optimisation of FRP composite plates in ship struc- tures. Ph

Gantovnik, Vladimir

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CHROMOSOMES Dr. Fern Tsien, Dept. of Genetics, LSUHSC, NO, LA  

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CHROMOSOMES Dr. Fern Tsien, Dept. of Genetics, LSUHSC, NO, LA Cytogenetics is the study of chromosomes and their structure, inheritance, and abnormalities. Chromosome abnormalities occur, abnormal sexual development, and/or mental retardation 3-6% in cases of infertility What are chromosomes

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Introduction CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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government project, sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) in late 1960's See also: http Structures I Dr. Mary-Angela Papalaskari Department of Computing Sciences Villanova University Course website Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures What is this course about? � Computer Science � Problem solving

Papalaskari, Mary-Angela

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IE Leadership Camp 2010 Dr Winnie Tang, JP  

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IE Leadership Camp 2010 June 22 Dr Winnie Tang, JP Chief Executive Officer ESRI China (Hong Kong via better information management" "The application of GIS is limited only by the imagination of those management" "The application of GIS is limited only by the imagination of those who use it" #12;SARS Mapping

Huang, Jianwei

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Dr. Jessica F. Cantlon Department of Brain & Cognitive Science  

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Dr. Jessica F. Cantlon Department of Brain & Cognitive Science University of Rochester Box 270268 write to ask you to participate in our research on child development. Your participation will include one or more visits to our laboratories at the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging; a telephone

Mahon, Bradford Z.

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18. View from DR 2 antenna looking south 45 degrees ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

18. View from DR 2 antenna looking south 45 degrees west to backside transmitter building 101 and in left foreground showing site well system building. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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ATS650 -Meteorological Instrumentation Fall 2013 -Dr. Steven Rutledge  

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heat island data collection 18 September Urban heat island data collection 23 September Urban heat September Field projects, continued 11 September Tour of CSU Main Campus Weather Station 16 September Urban island study, discuss results 25 September 30 September 2 October Guest lecture, Dr. June Wang

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Pd. Kardiologie & Intensivmedizin Head of Department : Prof. Dr. A. Wessel  

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of concept & programme: Burkhard J. Wermter, Dep. Ped. Cardiology& Intensive Medicine, Medical School Michael Sasse, Dep. Ped. Cardiology &Intensive Medicine, Medical School Hannover, Germany President: Dr. G:45-14.15 Lunch 14:15-16.00 Rotation 3 Faculty : Director: Burkhard Wermter Dep. Paed. Cardiology & Intensive

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Dr. Robert Lucas Professor of Neurobiology, Faculty of Life Sciences,  

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Dr. Robert Lucas Professor of Neurobiology, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, Chaurasia SS, Melyan Z, Liu C, Cameron MA, Tarttelin EE, Iuvone PM, Hankins MW, Tossini G, Lucas RJ (2006-mammalian vertebrates PLoS Biology 4(8):e254 Melyan Z, Tarttelin EE, Bellingham J, Lucas RJ, Hankins MW (2005). Addition

Miyashita, Yasushi

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Foundations and applications of Visibility Graph Algorithms Dr. Lucas Lacasa  

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Foundations and applications of Visibility Graph Algorithms Dr. Lucas Lacasa The last decade has extraction and classification purposes. [1] From time series to complex networks: the visibility graph Lucas-4975 [2] Horizontal visibility graphs: exact results for random time series Bartolo Luque, Lucas Lacasa

Wright, Francis

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Dr. Thomas A. Siewert IN-SPACE WELDING  

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) ) Dr. Thomas A. Siewert IN-SPACE WELDING Visions & Realities presented to Thirtieth Space This paperestablishes the value of having an in-space welding capability and identifies its applications, both near, Plasma Arc, and Laser Beam, are examined against the criteria for an in-space welding system. Research

Eagar, Thomas W.

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Dr. von Braun With a Model of a Launch Vehicle  

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Dr. von Braun stands beside a model of the upper stage (Earth-returnable stage) of the three-stage launch vehicle built for the series of the motion picture productions of space flight produced by Walt Disney in the mid-1950's.

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28. View of data test area for DR data take ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

28. View of data test area for DR data take off set operators panel and cabinet at second floor of transmitter building no. 102 in MIP area. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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A “City at War”: Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study uses fantasy theme analysis to examine public discourse that emerged from a Midwestern town's attempt to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The essay examines “Letters to the Editor” to (a) reveal the fantasy themes that represent the writers' consciousness and possibly that of the larger community and (b) to discuss the themes' rhetorical implications for public memory

Beth A. Messner; Mark T. Vail

2009-01-01

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Center's Community Management System  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article presents the case of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Health Center's unique community management system in which neighborhood workers have been developed to assume managerial responsibilities and are directing the Center. The Martin Luther King Center experience is instructive because the Center was able to achieve significant community control by focusing primarily on the internal dimension of

Noel M. Tichy; June Irmiger Taylor

1976-01-01

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A Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Curriculum: Playing the Dream.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses curriculum for young children centered around the beliefs and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His works are interpreted in a human rights context in which children find their voice in the peaceable resolution of everyday conflicts. Describes the Child of the Day program. (Author/RWB)

Clemens, Sydney Gurewitz

1988-01-01

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Keeping the Dream Alive. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents activities for teaching elementary students about Dr. Martin Luther King's life, the civil rights movement, and King's accomplishments. Suggestions include shoebox dioramas, acronym games, oral histories, multicultural awareness activities, pledge cards, community service projects, special commemorative ceremonies, and a book of dreams.…

Cassells, Linda; And Others

1993-01-01

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Submitted for Dr. Valarie G. King by Carmen I. Afonso  

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Submitted for Dr. Valarie G. King by Carmen I. Afonso January 26, 2012 The Office of Diversity and Friday, August 16 and 17, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Valarie Greene King, Ph.D. Director, Office 823-6479 Fax: 407 823-6480 valarie.king@ucf.edu www.diversity.ucf.edu ( http

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Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Brutigam Raum: AS 004  

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Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Bräutigam Raum: AS 004 Tel: +49 (0)3641 9-48458 Email: patrick solutions", Y. Ren, Z. L. Wu, M. Franke, P. Braeutigam, B. Ondruschka, D. J. Comeskey, P. M. King, Ultrason. Ren, Z. L. Wu, M. Franke, P. Braeutigam, B. Ondruschka, D. J. Comeskey, P. M. King

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Dr. Martin Luther King: A Unit for Primary Grades.  

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Presents a unit consisting of 4 lessons which focus on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s childhood, his adult life and family, his civil rights work, and the national holiday which commemorates his birthday. Each lesson features specific objectives, learning activities, and instructional guidelines for the teacher. (TRS)

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Washington State Resource Guide.  

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The Washington State Resource Guide on Martin Luther King, Jr., supplies a wide variety of materials for use with all grade levels in classroom and assembly presentations in public schools. The goal is for every child enrolled in Washington State schools to learn about Dr. King during the days of January 15 to January 17. Resolutions supporting an…

Washington Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Olympia, WA. Div. of Instructional Programs and Services.

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Dr. Alexander O. Gettler's documentation of a radiation hazard  

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An example of the forensic scientist's role in the confirmation and subsequent eradication of a most lethal occupational hazard is discussed. the active participation of Dr. Gettler in the detection of radioactive substances in the watch dial industry lead to the removal of this hazard and a healthier work place.

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Dr. Kelvin K. Droegemeier Vice President for Research  

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. Droegemeier was nominated by President Barack Obama for a second term on the National Science Board for the Computer Information Science and Engineering Directorate. Dr. Droegemeier is a Member of the Board founding a private company, Weather Decision Technologies, Inc., located in Norman, that is commercializing

Droegemeier, Kelvin K.

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Dr. Mark E. Mendenhall holds the J. Burton  

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presentation targeted at Talent Management and Development professionals in Global Organizations "Our mission Management Division of the Academy of Management and the author of numerous journal articles and books that develops global talent. Dr. Joyce Osland is the Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership and Execu

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2013 OCEAN SCIENCE LECTURE SERIES DR. SHIRLEY POMPONI  

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Spallation-Driven Cold Neutron Sources Dr. Bradley J. Micklich Senior Physicist, Physics Division 2009 2 Accelerator-Driven Spallation Sources Produce neutrons for use in condensed matter and basic Cold Neutrons? Cold neutron production at the IPNS Ep = 450 MeV Ep = 50 MeV En = 5 meV (~25 collisions

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Forensic Anthropology Dr. Nancy E. Todd SUMMER 2013  

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2004 Ohio Soybean Seed Fungicide Treatment Study Dr. Jim Beuerlein  

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2004 Ohio Soybean Seed Fungicide Treatment Study Dr. Jim Beuerlein The Ohio State University Soybean diseases in Ohio have increased in number and severity over the past 10 years so that today any other factor except weather. The increase in soybean disease is due primarily to short crop

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The Davis Botanical Society Presents Dr. Neal Williams  

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The Davis Botanical Society Presents Dr. Neal Williams Promoting Native Bees for Gardens, Farms, and Native Plants Thursday, May 10, 2012 Blanchard Room, Davis Public Library 315 E. 14th Street, Davis DBS: President: Joe DiTomaso President-elect: Marie Jasieniuk V.P. for Membership: Patrick McGuire Secretary

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MATH2390: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge  

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MATH2390: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge 8.18g, Department of Applied Mathematics A familiarity with ordinary dif- ferential equations, at the level of (for example) MATH1932, MATH1400 or MATH2450. MATH2360 or MATH2420 would be helpful but are not essential, as would some famil- iarity

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Another Use for Dr. Seuss: Reading for Social Skills  

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Time is limited. Teachers often struggle to address the diverse needs of learners in their classrooms, especially when faced with academic and social skills concerns. Finding effective ways to teach social skills in the context of academic instruction makes sense. Books by Dr. Seuss provide a variety of high-interest stories that can be used to address a wide range of

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Another Use for Dr. Seuss: Reading for Social Skills  

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Time is limited. Teachers often struggle to address the diverse needs of learners in their classrooms, especially when faced with academic and social skills concerns. Finding effective ways to teach social skills in the context of academic instruction makes sense. Books by Dr. Seuss provide a variety of high-interest stories that can be used to…

Wolf, Janice J.; Baker, Pamela Hudson

2012-01-01

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HOW EMPIRICISM DISTORTS AI AND ROBOTICS Dr Antoni Diller  

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HOW EMPIRICISM DISTORTS AI AND ROBOTICS Dr Antoni Diller School of Computer Science University undetected as Maria. It comes as a real shock to the watching crowd when the android changes back into its original metallic form. Much more could be said about the exploits of fic- tional robots, including Rachel

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Dr. Mickey Abel, associate professor in the Department of Art  

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DECEMBER 2013 Dr. Mickey Abel, associate professor in the Department of Art Education and Art Mohr is a tremendous leader." Denise Baxter, Department Chair of Art Education and Art History. C of the UNT Department of Art Education and Art History. "She's certainly been my mentor as an administrator

Mohanty, Saraju P.

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Dr. Andrew Kintu Clinical Fellow, Department of Anesthesia  

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Dr. Andrew Kintu Clinical Fellow, Department of Anesthesia Faculty of Health Sciences, Mc for anesthesia care. Global Partners in Anaesthesia and Surgery (GPAS) selected him as Scholar in 2008 and later of Anesthesia, at McMaster University, Canada, with plans of returning home to provide solutions and work

Haykin, Simon

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Bio-Medical Image Analysis Dr. Aurelio Campilho  

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Bio-Medical Image Analysis Dr. Aurelio Campilho INEB - Biomedical Engineering Institute. University or acting as a medical tool for computer aided diagnosis. This talk will give a short overview edited three special issues of International journals and published over 120 papers in journals

Slatton, Clint

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The Problem With Dr Bob's Alternative Vaccine Schedule  

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In October 2007, Dr Robert Sears, in response to growing parental concerns about the safety of vaccines, published The Vaccine Book: Making the Right Decision for Your Child. Sears' book is enormously popular, having sold 40 000 copies. At the back of the book, Sears includes \\

Paul A. Offit; Charlotte A. Moser

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3 October 2014 Dr Frances Maratos, University of Derby  

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Alex Kogan, University of Cambridge "Big Data Social Science: How it Can Fundamentally Change Our Field's, University of London "Applying psychology in the commercial world: an introduction to i2 media research" 14 addiction" 21 November 2014 Dr Judith de Groot, University of Bath "The development of morals in sustainable

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Structured Custom Design of MEMS Devices Dr. Debjyoti Banerjee  

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Structured Custom Design of MEMS Devices Dr. Debjyoti Banerjee Senior Consulting Engineer COVENTOR Mount Auburn Street Cambridge, MA 02138 KEYWORDS System level simulation, Parametric model library, Macro-model, Netlist, MEMS, CAD. ABSTRACT A top down design is essential to minimize time

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Dr. S. Cruz-Pol, INEL 4151-Electromagnetics I  

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Convection- I flows thru isolator: liquid, gas, vacuum. n Doesn't involve conductors, n doesn't satisfies Ohm Conductors or Insulators n Depends on Frequency and Temperature... o Boundary conditions Conductors (metals's Law o Conduction- flows thru a conductor o Displacement (ch9) #12;Dr. S. Cruz-Pol, INEL 4151

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, Mathematics and Science I School of Education and Social Sciences I School of Nursing and Health Sciences I Student Activities I Library I Athletics I Student Emergency Fund I Student Scholarships I Other (list. Repack Scholarship Dr. William H. Heckel Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eat 'n Park Hospitality Group, Inc

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Dr Skateboard's Action Science: Teaching Physics in Context  

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In order to create student interest and promote new connections to the understanding of fundamental physics concepts, there is a need for new approaches and methods that are both contemporary and relevant. Dr Skateboard's Action Science, a curriculum supplement comprising video instruction and classroom activities, is an example that focuses on…

Robertson, William H.

2009-01-01

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San Jos State University Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library  

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partnership between the SJSU Library and the SJ public library has just completed its fifth year of operation joining a university and public library operates in a context of unusual organizational complexity. While José State University Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library University Library Program Review June 2009

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Dr. Amit Gefen February, 2002 0553.5360 Bone Biomechanics  

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Pathologies - Bone Fracture and Bone Repair - Osteoporosis - Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer) - Overuse DamageDr. Amit Gefen February, 2002 0553.5360 Bone Biomechanics The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth study of the mechanical behavior of living bone. Of interest will be the study

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ACES 2013 Keynote Speaker Dr. Ashanti Johnson, Executive Director of  

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affiliates. Dr. Johnson also enjoys her role as wife and mother, and is active in her church, sorority (Alpha of Architecture, and the School of Urban and Public Affairs. Members of the ACES 2013 Steering Committee Lisa President's Sustainability Committee Desiree He

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Name: dhr. prof. dr. K.C.B. Roes Biostatistics  

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Name: dhr. prof. dr. K.C.B. Roes Profile Teaching commitment Biostatistics Faculty Medicine-mail address k.c.b.roes@umcutrecht.nl Research The Biostatistics department collaborates in many applied research projects. Its own research is embedded in the Theoretical Epidemiology and Biostatistics research

Utrecht, Universiteit

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Ubungsaufgaben zur Algebraischen Topologie I Prof. Dr. Birgit Richter  

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¨Ubungsaufgaben zur Algebraischen Topologie I Prof. Dr. Birgit Richter Wintersemester 2012/13 Blatt (Normalit¨at) Betrachten Sie die Topologie auf R, die von den halboffenen Intervallen [a, b) erzeugt wird. Zeigen Sie, dass die reellen Zahlen mit dieser Topologie normal sind. Beweisen Sie, dass das Produkt R

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Math 311/611, Fall 2012 Dr. Sarah Raynor  

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Math 311/611, Fall 2012 Dr. Sarah Raynor Textbook: Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus://www.wfu.edu/raynorsg/math311.html Course: This course is a first course in real analysis, the study of functions on the real for you as members of the aca- demic community. When one person cheats, it diminishes the experiences

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National Satellite Technology Program Dr. Turki Al-Saud  

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Great commissioning and operation experience. #12;National Satellite Technology Program A color image to orbit · Experimental Satellite with new on board processing, Hydrazine and Electric Propulsion 1660 2212National Satellite Technology Program Dr. Turki Al-Saud KACST #12;National Satellite Technology

Stanford University

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Water Dissociation on Aluminum Nanoparticles Dr. Adri van Duin  

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Water Dissociation on Aluminum Nanoparticles Dr. Adri van Duin Associate Professor of Mechanical). These simulations indicated that water dissociation kinetics on metal nanoparticles are influenced by a number, to a pulse of water vapor or liquid. These two components, liquid water and aluminum nanoparticles, are far

Bjørnstad, Ottar Nordal

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December 20, 2012 Summary of Dr Joan Adler's 2012 activities  

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for research, and set up a website of student talks. She is teaching the graduate Computational Physics course applications - one for 3D electronic densities and one turning the Computational Physics group's AViz code to an Android App. � Dr Adler's current research interests, in addition to the graduate/undergraduate student

Adler, Joan

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INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS OF Dr. Thomas J Osler  

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(1) official college absence excuse, or (2) doctor's note ordering you to remain at home THE TEST. STUDENTS WHO FAIL TO PHONE AND LEAVE THE ABOVE INFORMATION WILL BE ASSIGNED THE GRADE OF ZERO1 INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS OF Dr. Thomas J Osler Email: osler@rowan.edu Phone: 256-4500 ext 3864

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39. View of checkout indicator computer console for DR beams, ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

39. View of checkout indicator computer console for DR beams, TR chains, and special checkout target control located in CSMR in transmitter building no. 102. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. Heather Leitch  

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for transfusion of red blood cells (RBC). As RBC contains iron in hemoglobin and the body has no mechanismThe Centre for Blood Research Dr. Heather Leitch Specialist, Hematologist John Ruedy is seen, a sharp increase in NTBI occurs, and lower infection risk, delayed leukemic transformation

Strynadka, Natalie

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7. View of DR 3 antenna typical front stay concrete ...  

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7. View of DR 3 antenna typical front stay concrete showing embedment anchors, foundation steel base plate, vertical member with small diameter turnbuckles, antenna assembly in background, and story board for scale. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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Name: mw. prof. dr. M.J. Schuurmans Nursing Science  

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decline, a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2007, 16(1), 46-57. · De Rooij S.E., SchuurmansName: mw. prof. dr. M.J. Schuurmans Profile Teaching commitment Nursing Science Faculty Faculty-mail address m.j.schuurmans@umcutrecht.nl Research · Complex care in patients with multimorbidity. · Nursing

Utrecht, Universiteit

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Recommendations for Enhancing Humanities Funding at MU Dr. Sandy Rikoon  

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of external funding proposals 2.1. Employ a grant writer in the humanities College of Arts & Science, SchoolsRecommendations for Enhancing Humanities Funding at MU Dr. Sandy Rikoon Office of Research Faculty Fellow February 21, 2001 #12;Recommendations for Enhancing Humanities Funding at MU Introduction

Noble, James S.

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Name: mw. prof. dr. S.M. Imhof Ophthalmology  

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Name: mw. prof. dr. S.M. Imhof Profile Teaching commitment Ophthalmology Faculty Geneeskunde (GNK) Department Ophthalmology Contact details Telephone (+31) 88 7551683 or #1307 E-mail address S.M.Imhof@umcutrecht.nl Research Retinoblastoma External recognition Publications · Imhof SM, Mourits MPh, Hofman P, Zonneveld FW

Utrecht, Universiteit

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Mo.15.7.2013 Dr. Juan Diego Urbina  

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Mo.15.7.2013 16:15 Uhr Ort: H 34 Dr. Juan Diego Urbina Universität Regensburg We present our recent is motivated by developments in the control and manipulation of cold atoms in optical lattices allowing

Schubart, Christoph

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Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) Dr. Yu Zhang  

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Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) Dr. Yu Zhang Assistant Professor of Statistics PSU Eberly College of Science Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) are essential means to identify genetic variants that are correlated with a phenotype of interest, such as disease. GWAS allows researchers to identify candidate

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Software User Guide Prepared by: Dr Rainer Mautz  

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Cricket Software User Guide Prepared by: Dr Rainer Mautz DOCUMENT NUMBER: RELEASE/REVISION: RELEASE `cricket.m' ..................................................................10 3.2 Functions for Testmode #12;Cricket Software User Guide Version 7 March 2010 last saved: Thursday, March 04, 2010 2 3

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Dr Hella Eckardt, Department of Archaeology, SHES, University of Reading  

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Dr Hella Eckardt, Department of Archaeology, SHES, University of Reading Email: h archaeology (Blakey 2001; Clark 2005; Webster 2005), which also deals with the lived experience of diverse, and this will be of interest not just to Roman archaeologists, but also social archaeologists and historians. Research Methods

Glasgow, University of

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Dr. Multicast: Rx for Data Center Communication Scalability Ymir Vigfusson  

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@il.ibm.com Abstract IP Multicast (IPMC) in data centers becomes disruptive when the technology is used by a large, and introduce Dr. Multicast (MCMD), a system that eliminates the issue by mapping IPMC operations to a combination of point-to-point unicast and traditional IPMC transmissions guaranteed to be safe. MCMD optimizes

Rivière, Etienne

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. David Vocadlo  

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. David Vocadlo Professor, Department of Chemistry Canada Research (O-GlcNAc) is an abundant form of protein glycosylation found within the nucleus and cytoplasm in response to various stimuli including glucose availability and cellular stress. O-GlcNAc is particularly

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GZ06 Adaptive and Mobile Systems Dr. Cecilia Mascolo  

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1 GZ06 Adaptive and Mobile Systems Dr. Cecilia Mascolo Cartel: A Distributed Mobile Sensor MIT Cartel Motivation · Technology push: thousands of sensors available embedded in computers for "in the field" sensornets What is Cartel? · System for data collection, processing, delivery

Karp, Brad

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DR. VLAD VAIMAN, PROFESSOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS | | RU LECTURE MARATHON  

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competition ­ permanent shift to a knowledge-based economy ­ globalization. #12;www.hr.is BUSINESS EDUCATION, and interdisciplinary issues businesses face nowadays. ­ So too do those same developments affect business schools. #12DR. VLAD VAIMAN, PROFESSOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS | | RU LECTURE MARATHON MAKING BUSINESS EDUCATION

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Acceptance speech by Dr. James Hansen, Tokyo, 26 October 2010  

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Acceptance speech by Dr. James Hansen, Tokyo, 26 October 2010 Your Imperial Highnesses Princess the public well about climate change, nor have we stimulated governments to take the actions needed and many species are stressed by climate change and other factors. Global warming, if we allow

Hansen, James E.

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Cognitive Virtual Network Operator Games Dr. Jianwei Huang  

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Cognitive Virtual Network Operator Games Dr. Jianwei Huang Network Communications and Economics Lab Virtual Network Operator Games Jianwei Huang (NCEL) CVNO Games August 2010 8 / 44 #12;Mobile Virtual Duan and Biying Shou Jianwei Huang (NCEL) CVNO Games August 2010 1 / 44 #12;Eight Universities in Hong

Huang, Jianwei

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Catalog 14/15 Approved by Dr. Juliane Wallace  

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Catalog 14/15 Approved by Dr. Juliane Wallace 04/09/14 Kinesiology - Exercise Science Curriculum_________________________________________________________________ID____________________________________ University Core Curriculum (42) COURSE SEM. GRADE Foundation Studies (15) ENGL 101 (C or better) _____ _____ ENGL 102 (C or better) _____ _____ SPCM 101 _____ _____ MATH 108 (REQUIRED) _____ _____ UCOL 101U

Nickrent, Daniel L.

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Ganoderma in South Africa Article prepared by Dr Martin Coetzee  

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Ganoderma in South Africa Article prepared by Dr Martin Coetzee Ganoderma is a genus of wood. Several Ganoderma species are important to a number of diverse industries. Some species occur other diseases or disorders. A number of Ganoderma species survive as phytopathogens, causing wood rot

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Developing Novel Detector Technology: Dr. Donald Figer, director of RIT's  

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will be quadrupled for low-light level applications. Quantum- limited imaging detectors will also be useful for grDeveloping Novel Detector Technology: Dr. Donald Figer, director of RIT's Rochester Imaging Detector Laboratory and professor of imaging science, is a national expert in detector technology

Figer, Donald F.

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WHAT DOES ELECTRONIC CONFERENCING AFFORD DISTANCE Dr Sally BARNES  

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EDUCATION? In higher education distance learning techniques, which use ICT, in particular electronic1 WHAT DOES ELECTRONIC CONFERENCING AFFORD DISTANCE EDUCATION? Dr Sally BARNES Centre for Learning, Knowing and Interactive Technology Graduate School of Education University of Bristol 35 Berkeley Square

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Prof. Dr. Katsunori Okajima Yokohama National University, Japan  

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Prof. Dr. Katsunori Okajima Yokohama National University, Japan http://read for Color Universal Design Abstract: It is important to know the visual characteristics of the elderly filters which can simulate human crystalline lens of the elderly for young people and the validity

König, Peter

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DR. DANIEL G. SOLORZANO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES  

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AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION The Social Equality in Education Lab (SEEL) and the Department of Education present TO THEM. BIO: DR. SOLORZANO IS A PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION IN THE GRADUATE; RACIAL MARGINALITY AND MICROAGGRESSIONS IN EDUCATION; AND RACE/ETHNIC, GENDER, AND CLASS RELATIONS

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Augmenting Reality Using Affine Object Representations Dr. James Vallino  

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1 Augmenting Reality Using Affine Object Representations Dr. James Vallino Department of Computer of Computer Science University of Rochester {kyros@cs.rochester.edu} 1. Introduction An augmented reality the virtual objects appear as if they actually exist in the scene. One motivation for augmenting reality

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INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW Lecturer: Dr Amy Strecker  

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, the rights of minorities and indigenous peoples, women's rights, the rights of migrants and refugeesINTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW CAS IR 306 Lecturer: Dr Amy Strecker Email: amy, structure and efficacy of international human rights law. In this module students will investigate the legal

Guenther, Frank

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Dr Joanildo Burity School of Government and International Affairs;  

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expansion, its social and political entrepreneurial ethics and the role and contribution of radical religion and Religion Religion, Politics & Globalisation #12;Religion, Politics & Globalisation Dr Joanildo Burity is a political scientist with a strong focus on religion, politics and culture. His main interests

Wirosoetisno, Djoko

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DrScheme: A Pedagogic Programming Environment for Scheme  

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Teaching introductory computing courses with Scheme elevatesthe intellectual level of the course and thus makes the subjectmore appealing to students with scientific interests. Unfortunately, thepoor quality of the available programming environments negates manyof the pedagogic advantages. To overcome this problem, we have developedDrScheme, a comprehensive programming environment for Scheme.

Robert Bruce Findler; Cormac Flanagan; Matthew Flatt; Shriram Krishnamurthi; Matthias Felleisen

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Who Killed Parliamentary Government By Dr. Gary Levy  

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Who Killed Parliamentary Government By Dr. Gary Levy Editor, Canadian Parliamentary Review Paper and Regina University January 11, 2011 #12;Who Killed Parliamentary Government? The title despite our great debt to Professor Smith for his work on Parliament I am going to disagree somewhat

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The Moral and Ethical Judgments of Dr. Laura  

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All the contents of the following article were gathered from the radio talk show of Dr. Laura Schlessinger. Her judgments of what is the right or wrong thing to do were heard—and overheard, too were some of the reasons on which she based these judgments of human conduct. Often she spoke of obligations and rights. Some of the values and

Daniel Patrick Foley

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Forestry 210 -Introductory Soils Dr. Cory C. Cleveland  

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.14 (4) 10/29 18 Soil Acidity and Alkalinity 9.1-9.8 (4) 10/31 19 Midterm 2: Soil Physical and ChemicalForestry 210 - Introductory Soils Fall 2007 Dr. Cory C. Cleveland Syllabus Tentative Schedule Required Reading Date Class Topic Chapter (Opt. Text) 8/27 1 Introduction / Soils and History 8/29 2 Soils

Cleveland, Cory

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Boundary Element Method for Internal Axisymmetric Flow Dr. Alexander Gokhman  

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Boundary Element Method for Internal Axisymmetric Flow Dr. Alexander Gokhman 3031 Noriega Street based on the boundary element technique. We prove that the com- puted velocity field asymptotically a finite element technique to axisymmetric flow. The finite element scheme was formulated using curvilinear

Gokhman, Dmitry

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Project: Vitamin Shoppe 1 A Adviser: Dr. Nembhard  

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Project: Vitamin Shoppe 1 A Adviser: Dr. Nembhard Team Members: Lauren Knobloch Anurag Niranjin James Powers Katina Toth Project Recap The Vitamin Shoppe retail locations have experienced strategic. To attack this dilemma, Vitamin Consulting performed numerous time and motion studies at the Harrisburg

Demirel, Melik C.

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When You Grow Up Dr. Sharon M. Carver  

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When You Grow Up Dr. Sharon M. Carver Children's School Kindergarten Graduation 2013 At graduation and college graduation, and sometimes more times after that, so you really don't need to worry about deciding beauty to your homes, schools, and communities in creative ways. You have already practiced being AUTHORS

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Green Eggs and Market Plans: Learning Marketing from Dr Seuss  

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Dr Seuss's work spanned several decades, with the publication of a range of children's books which acted both as literary training, and introduction to marketing texts . At the time, their value as marketing texts were unrecognised by industry and academia, who failed to notice the lessons concerning relationship marketing, promotion, service recovery, and the dangers of product over complication

Stephen Dann

2000-01-01

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun with Congressman Gerald R. fod  

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On a visit to the Marshall Space Flight Center in April, 1964, Congressman Gerald R. Ford, Jr. Republican of Michigan, was warmly greeted by Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Marshall Space Flight Center director. Ford, along with two other congressmen, visited the center for a briefing on the Saturn program and for a tour of the facilities.

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. Cheryl Wellington  

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Host: Dr. Ed Conway, CBR Director, Professor of Medicine, UBC Apolipoprotein E (apoE) is the lipoprotein expressed in the central nervous system (CNS). ApoE is also the best validated genetic risk factor. The cholesterol transporter ABCA1 moves lipids onto apoE as the rate-limiting step in brain HDL biosynthesis

Strynadka, Natalie

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Localization of Learning Objects in Mathematics Prof. dr. Valentina Dagiene,  

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129 Localization of Learning Objects in Mathematics Prof. dr. Valentina Dagiene, Head digital resources created by different countries, it is necessary to localize learning objects (LO). The paper deals with some problems connected with localization of LO, developed for mathematics education

Spagnolo, Filippo

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ECONOMICS 200 --PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS PROFESSOR --DR. RICHARD A. BILAS  

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to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines incorporating learning from both classroom and non to continue with a major in the School of Business. The School of Business learning goals are: COMMUNICATION, a television commentator and a contributor of many op-ed pieces. Dr. Bilas also served two California Governors

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Dr Jennifer Hatchell What is a 'Standard Candle'?  

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Dr Jennifer Hatchell 1 Standard candles Contents: What is a 'Standard Candle'? Measuring distance using standard candles Types of standard candle: 1. Cepheid variables 2. Type 1A supernovae Measuring distance using standard candles In astronomy, a standard candle is a source that has a known luminosity

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Richard Zraick Curriculum Vitae July 2014 Dr. Richard I. Zraick  

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.R., Zraick, R.I., & Hadden, K. (2013). A need for health literacy curriculum: Knowledge of health literacy among U.S. audiologists and speech- language pathologists in Arkansas. Education for Health, 26 (2), 85Richard Zraick � Curriculum Vitae � July 2014 Dr. Richard I. Zraick Education Ph.D. 1998 Speech

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FW467-WILDLIFE DISEASE ECOLOGY Fall 2012 Dr. Kate Huyvaert  

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Diseases of Animals. ASM Press: Washington DC. · Childs, JE et al. (eds.) 2007. Wildlife and EmergingFW467- WILDLIFE DISEASE ECOLOGY ­ Fall 2012 Dr. Kate Huyvaert Dept. of Fish, Wildlife that disease has on fish and wildlife populations and, in turn, the impact wildlife disease has on humans

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Dr. Karen Liller Dean of the Graduate School  

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WELCOME Dr. Karen Liller Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice President ssoc ate ce es de t for Research & Innovation #12;Karen D. Liller, PhD Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation #12;#12; Welcome again to the USF Graduate School! What

Arslan, Hüseyin

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HLA-DR antigen-negative acute myeloid leukemia  

Microsoft Academic Search

Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) Class II antigens are variably expressed on acute myeloid leukemia (AML) blasts. The biological and clinical significance of HLA Class II antigen expression by AML cells is not known. Therefore, we sought to characterize cases of AML without detectable HLA-DR expression. Samples from 248 consecutive adult AML patients were immunophenotyped by multiparameter flow cytometry at diagnosis.

M Wetzler; B K McElwain; C C Stewart; L Blumenson; A Mortazavi; L A Ford; J L Slack; M Barcos; S Ferrone; M R Baer

2003-01-01

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Dr. Harold Whichello: medicine and astronomy in Cheshire  

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Dr. Harold Whichello (1870-1945) was a Cheshire General Practitioner and an enthusiastic amateur astronomer. He joined the British Astronomical Association in 1898 and undertook observations for its Lunar, Solar and Variable Star Sections using a 6-inch Wray refractor. He also contributed lunar occultation predictions and comet ephemerides to its Computing Section.

Shears, Jeremy

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Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening  

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Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening Google bruening@google.com Qin Zhao Massachusetts Institute of Technology qin zhao@csail.mit.edu Abstract--Memory corruption, reading uninitialized memory, using freed memory, and other memory-related errors are among the most difficult programming bugs

Tomkins, Andrew

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Cognitive Radio and Smart Grid Dr. Robert C. Qiu  

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Cognitive Radio and Smart Grid Dr. Robert C. Qiu Professor Wireless Networking Systems Laboratory RadioCognitive Radio 2 2/23/2010 #12;Outline Cognitive Radio Cognitive Radio @ Tennessee Tech University Spectrum Sensing and Wideband Spectrum Sensing Cognitive Radio Networks and Testbeds Cognitive

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CONF-901007--48 Pi! ' " DR91 006 500  

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partly due . system and simplify the system oesign. The to its good tritium release characteristics selection and system config- multplier due to recoil. The tritium release uration, some new problems have bCONF-901007--48 Pi! ' " DR91 006 500 ARIES-I TRITIUM SYSTEM* D.Ko Sze, S.W. Tam, M.C. Billone

Harilal, S. S.

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IS740 -Fundamentals of Software Testing Dr. Sreedevi Sampath  

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IS740 - Fundamentals of Software Testing Dr. Sreedevi Sampath Fall 2012 Course Description Software is becoming increasingly complex and there is a growing need for systematic strate- gies for testing software testing infrastructure is up to 60 billion dollars (about 0.6% of the US Gross Domestic Product

Sampath, Sreedevi

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URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed  

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URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Ahmed IMC Worldwide Limited House-9, Road-11, Baridhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh E-mail: bayesahmed@gmail.com ABSTRACT Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, is the most vulnerable city both in terms of total number

Crawford, Ian

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-A Science Service Feature By Dr. Charles F. Brooks  

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No. 491 Dec. 6 -A Science Service Feature By Dr. Charles F. Brooks of Clark University, T E GULF STREAh S O E E OF iViOISm Since our tflomsffand tthighs", the storms and fair weather areas, almost all l rights reserved by Science Service SCIENCE SERVICE, Washington, D.C. B a d 21st StS,, #12;

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A Science Service Feature By Dr, Charles F. Brooks  

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No* 579 Paarch 19 A Science Service Feature By Dr, Charles F. Brooks of Clark University. -HOW Fihen they a r e moving from the north, that means Wannerto be stormy hhe next day. and fair. likely t o weather that constitutes the threat, (Tomorrow: The Coming of Spring) A l l Fights reserved by Science

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A Science Servico Foature By Dr, Chnrles F. Brooks  

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. rrindy veathor. (Tonorrow: Indications of Fair and `Jarmer) All. rights ressrvod by Science Service SGIPiNo 549 Jme 10 A Science Servico Foature By Dr, Chnrles F. Brooks of Cln.rk University doesn`t t c l of moderate, fair and quiet d,ays. Tho coast of Cnlifornia is preeminenfly the place f o r inoderate fair and

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Dr. von Braun with President Johnson at Michoud Assembly Facility  

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Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) Director Dr. Wernher von Braun (left) applauds President Lyndon Johnson's remarks during an address to 26,000 workers at the MSFC Michoud Assembly Facility on December 13, 1967. At right is NASA Administrator James Webb.

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Publications Levine page 1 PUBLICATIONS PROF. DR. JONATHAN M. LEVINE  

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Publications Levine page 1 PUBLICATIONS PROF. DR. JONATHAN M. LEVINE Manuscripts in review or revision (available upon request) Godoy, O. and J. M. Levine. Phenology, niche differences, and invasion success. Ecology Letters Yelenik, S.G., B. Colman, J. M. Levine, J. HilleRisLambers. A mechanism for R

Fischlin, Andreas

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Trial by Newspaper: The Strange Case of Dr. Karl Muck.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines the case of Dr. Karl Muck, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra who was accused of espionage in 1917. Suggests that the espionage charge was a fiction created by newspapers, beginning with "The Providence Journal." Concludes that Muck admitted to being a spy rather than reveal the name of the woman with whom he had an extramarital…

Kagan, Sheldon S.

1993-01-01

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STATISTICAL STUDY OF 2XMMi-DR3/SDSS-DR8 CROSS-CORRELATION SAMPLE  

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Cross-correlating the XMM-Newton 2XMMi-DR3 catalog with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 8, we obtain one of the largest X-ray/optical catalogs and explore the distribution of various classes of X-ray emitters in the multidimensional photometric parameter space. Quasars and galaxies occupy different zones while stars scatter in them. However, X-ray active stars have a certain distributing rule according to spectral types. The earlier the type of stars, the stronger its X-ray emitting. X-ray active stars have a similar distribution to most stars in the g - r versus r - i diagram. Based on the identified samples with SDSS spectral classification, a random forest algorithm for automatic classification is performed. The result shows that the classification accuracy of quasars and galaxies adds up to more than 93.0% while that of X-ray emitting stars only amounts to 45.3%. In other words, it is easy to separate quasars and galaxies, but it is difficult to discriminate X-ray active stars from quasars and galaxies. If we want to improve the accuracy of automatic classification, it is necessary to increase the number of X-ray emitting stars, since the majority of X-ray emitting sources are quasars and galaxies. The results obtained here will be used for the optical spectral survey performed by the Large sky Area Multi-Object fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST, also named the Guo Shou Jing Telescope), which is a Chinese national scientific research facility operated by the National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Zhang Yanxia; Zhou Xinlin; Zhao Yongheng [Key Laboratory of Optical Astronomy, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 20A Datun Road, Chaoyang District, 100012 Beijing (China); Wu Xuebing, E-mail: zyx@bao.ac.cn [Department of Astronomy, Peking University, 100871 Beijing (China)

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In memoriam: Dr. Robert Bruce Salter (1924-2010).  

PubMed

(Full text is available at http://www.manu.edu.mk/prilozi). Dr. Robert Bruce Salter was born in Stratford, Ontario in 1924 and graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1947. He was a Canadian surgeon and a pioneer in the field of paediatric orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Salter was a world-renowned orthopaedic surgeon, researcher, professor, humanitarian and "medical giant", whose pioneering work has impacted millions of people around the world. Forty years ago, Dr. Salter developed a procedure to correct congenital dislocation of the hip, pioneered Continuous Passive Motion for the treatment of joint injuries, and co-developed a classification of growth plate injuries in children, commonly known as the Salter-Harris fractures classification system. This surgical technique revolutionized the way joint injuries are treated in more than 15,000 hospitals in 50 countries. He also developed the Salter Operation (Salter innominate osteotomy in 1957) to treat congenital dislocation of the hip. He is the author of a major textbook on orthopaedic surgery, Disorders of the Musculo-Skeletal System, first published in 1970, translated into six languages with 195,000 copies sold. Dr. Salter was University Professor at the University of Toronto. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada, was inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada and Order of Ontario. His clinical and research-related contributions earned him numerous awards and honours, including honorary degrees from several universities. Dr. Robert Salter was an established friend of Macedonian orthopaedic surgeons. He was elected a foreign member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts on 21 April 1994. PMID:21836542

Polenakovic, M; Dzolev, G

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DAY DATE TIME FACULTY Thursday Oct. 17, 2013 11:00 12:30 Dr. Diel-Conwright  

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:30 Dr. Resnik Monday Nov. 11, 2013 11:00 ­ 12:30 Dr. Kulig Tuesday Nov. 12, 2013 11:00 ­ 12:30 Dr. Gordon Friday Nov. 15, 2013 10:00 ­ 11:30 Dr. Bradley Monday Nov. 25, 2013 11:00 ­ 12:30 Dr. Resnik

Valero-Cuevas, Francisco

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Quarterly Compliance Quandary Dr. Brian German is a Professor at an academic medical school. One of Dr. German's  

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and sign an Informed Consent Form (ICF)? To be compliant with HIPPA regulations, does Dr. German need from signing a HIPPA Authorization form. Unlike the ICF, the rules for HIPPA Authorization depend most situations; one exemption that can override confidentiality of PHI may be due to State laws. #12

Oliver, Douglas L.

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Strong association between microsatellites and an HLA-B, DR haplotype (B18-DR3): Implication for microsatellite evolution  

SciTech Connect

The HLA haplotype B18-DR3 has a widespread geographical distribution, but has its greatest frequencies in Southern Europe, probably vestigial of the earliest populations of this region, particularly in the Pays Basque and Sardinia. This haplotype is of medical significance, being that most implicated as a factor of risk in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. In this study, the closely linked microsatellite markers (TNFa,b,c) in the region of the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) genes have been used in an attempt to subtype this haplotype in the two populations and/or in healthy and diabetic populations. A total of 79 HLA-B18-DR3 haplotypes were analyzed: 54 in Basques (12 from healthy individuals and 42 from diabetics or their first-degree relatives) and 25 in Sardinians (13 from healthy and 13 from diabetic individuals). The TNF haplotype a1-b5-c2 is completely associated with B18-DR3 in both populations. The homogeneity of the B18-DR3 haplotype in two ethnically pure populations implies stability in evolution, which suggest that the mutation rate of these microsatellite markers must be less than is usually assumed (i.e., {approximately} 5x10{sup {minus}6} per site per generation). Such markers should be powerful tools for studying genetic drift and admixture of populations, but it remains to be established whether this stability is a rule for all microsatellites in HLA haplotypes or whether or whether it is restricted to some microsatellites and/or some HLA haplotypes. The population genetics of those microsatellites associated with HLA B18-DR3 was also studied in a random sample of the Basque population. 44 refs., 3 tabs.

Crouau-Roy, B.; Bouzekri, N.; Clayton, J. [CNRS, Toulouse (France)] [and others] [CNRS, Toulouse (France); and others

1996-09-01

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Academic Department Chairs Anthropology Dr. Joel Robbins jrobbins@weber.ucsd.edu (858) 822-2612  

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@ucsd.edu 534-1946 Studies, Graduate Program (IRPS) Jacobs School of Engineering Dr. Freider Seible (Dean Scull ascull@ucsd.edu 534-0492 Structural Engineering Dr. Gilbert Hegemier ghegemier@ucsd.edu 534

Hampton, Randy

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Dr. Rachel Bishop's Top Tips for Your Eyes | NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine  

MedlinePLUS

... Cataracts Dr. Rachel Bishop's Top Tips for Your Eyes Past Issues / Summer 2014 Table of Contents fast ... way to maintain your vision is through regular eye exams, a healthy lifestyle, and eye protection. Dr. ...

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COLUMBIA PT FACULTY MEMBER DR. CYNTHIA CHIARELLO AND STUDENTS PRESENT AT CSM 2014  

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of and Intervention of Diastasis Recti Abdominis." Dr. Chiarello opened the program, followed by Dr. J. Adrienne Mc (CUDPT 13) who graduated this past May. Their poster is entitled,"Diastasis Rectus Abdominis and Function

Grishok, Alla

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Design and construction techniques of an American vernacular architect : the work of Dr. Henry Chapman Mercer  

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The design and building process of Dr. Henry Chapman Mercer is explored for its relationship to vernacular design. The vehicle for this exploration is 'Fonthill,' the home of Dr. Mercer constructed by him in 1908. Complete ...

Eichenberger, Kurt Frederick

1982-01-01

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Prof. dr. andr MicHaEl toscHkE MEdiziniscHE fakultt  

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VERSTORBEN Prof. dr. andré MicHaEl toscHkE MEdiziniscHE fakultät Am 2. Februar 2011 verstarb André Toschke am Department of Public Care Research des King's College in London. In seinen Arbeiten verwendete wurden. 1Prof. dr. andré Michael toschke Prof. dr. dr. H.c. Mult. karl Martin boltE sozialwiss

Kersting, Roland

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LIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE SEA, SPRING 2010 Instructor: Dr. Michael Durako BIO 495 009  

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LIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE SEA, SPRING 2010 Instructor: Dr. Michael Durako BIO 495 009 Class/14 Photosynthesis vs Light Dr. Durako 3 1/21 Utilization of Light in Aquatic Systems Dr. Durako 4 1/28* Carbon of Light Attenuation in Aquatic Systems - TSS, CDOM, Water Photosynthesis versus Irradiance Measurement

Durako, Michael J.

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Prof. Dr. Till Tantau Institut fr Theoretische Informatik Universitt zu Lbeck Ratzeburger Allee 160 23538 Lbeck  

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Prof. Dr. Till Tantau ­ Institut für Theoretische Informatik Universität zu Lübeck ­ Ratzeburger in Ihr Studium. Mit freundlichen Grü�en Prof. Dr. Till Tantau Der Studiengangsleiter Prof. Dr. Till

Lübeck, Universität zu

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Faculty members http://mte.eng.ua.edu/people/ Dr. Viola L. Acoff, Professor, Department Head  

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of materials Dr. Subhadra Gupta, Professor, Director of MFF Ph.D. University of Cincinnati Thin film, microstructure property relationships, thin films, and shape memory alloys Dr. Mark L. Weaver, Professor Ph applications to magnetic, semiconductor display, optical and medical technology Dr. Lin Li, Assistant

Carver, Jeffrey C.

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Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak Lectured at Siena on January 16, 1990  

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Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak Lectured at Siena on January 16, 1990 "King's Legacy:The Defiance Campaign in South Africa Today" The third annual lecture was given by the Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak on January 16, 1990. Dr. Boesak, a minister of the Dutch Reformed Mission Church in South Africa, has been

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DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION-2013 $1,000-$2, 500 Scholarships  

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Page | 1 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION- 2013 $1,000-$2, 500 Scholarships Applications for the 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarships ("MLK Scholarships") may now be submitted society comparable to the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? The theme provides latitude for expansion

Loudon, Catherine

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RIS-M-2246 THE COLD NEUTRON SOURCE IN DR 3  

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- 1 - RISÃ?-M-2246 THE COLD NEUTRON SOURCE IN DR 3 Knud Jensen and J.A. Leth Abstract. A description of the cold neutron source in DR 3 is given. The moderator of the cold neutron source is supercritical on extension of the facility to operate two cold sources is reported. IMS Descriptors COLD NEUTRONS, DR 3

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Prof. Dr. H. Reiterer Werner Knig Seminar HCI Mat. 01/458695  

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Prof. Dr. H. Reiterer Werner König Seminar HCI Mat. 01/458695 Universität Konstanz We" WERNER K�NIG SEMINAR HCI PROF. DR. HARALD REITERER FB INFORMATIK UND INFORMATIONSWISSENSCHAFT UNIVERSIT�T KONSTANZ #12;Prof. Dr. H. Reiterer Werner König Seminar HCI Mat. 01/458695 Universität Konstanz We

Reiterer, Harald

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Nr. 277 / 2012 // 05. Oktober 2012 Prof. Dr. Ahmed El Goresy,  

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Nr. 277 / 2012 // 05. Oktober 2012 Prof. Dr. Ahmed El Goresy, seit 2005 Gastforscher am Bayerischen Geoinstitut der Universität Bayreuth. Ausgezeichnete Meteoritenforschung Prof. Dr. Ahmed El Goresy erhält die ein Asteroid wurde nach ihm benannt: Prof. Dr. Ahmed El Goresy, der seit 2005 als Gastforscher am

Ullmann, G. Matthias

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Ehrungen, Auszeichnungen, in Gremien gewhlt Dr. rer. nat. Britta Eiz-Vesper,  

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36 Ehrungen, Auszeichnungen, in Gremien gewählt Dr. rer. nat. Britta Eiz-Vesper, Abteilung den Best Abstract Award und den Travel Award zu. Dr. med. Martijn van Griensven, Abteilung-L-Selektin ­ eine neue therapeutische Möglichkeit für MODS in der chirurgischen Intensivmedizin«. Professor Dr. med

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Namen und Nachrichten mhh Info Juni/Juli 2006 Professor Dr. med.  

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Namen und Nachrichten mhh Info Juni/Juli 2006 46 Berufungen Professor Dr. med. Marius M. Höper erhalten. Ernennungen zur Au�erplanmä�igen Professorin/ zum Au�erplanmä�igen Professor: Privatdozent Dr. med. Klaus H. W. Böker, Facharztpraxis, Hannover, Privatdozent Dr. med. Detlef E. Dietrich, Abteilung

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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EE577 -Dr. Salam A. Zummo 1 EE 577: Wireless and Personal  

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Modulation EE577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 2 What is Modulation? Modulation is the process of converting1 EE577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 1 EE 577: Wireless and Personal Communications Chapter 06: Digital spectrum at the same time #12;2 EE577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 3 Analog vs. Digital Modulation The primary

Zummo, Salam Adel

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EE 577 -Dr. Salam A. Zummo 1 EE 577 -Wireless and Personal  

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Despreading EE 577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 12 The Processing Gain The "Processing Gain" of the system is a figure1 EE 577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 1 EE 577 - Wireless and Personal Communications Chapter 06: Spread Spectrum and Multi-Carrier Modulation EE 577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo 2 Spread Spectrum Communications

Zummo, Salam Adel

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Effects of antacids, ferrous sulfate, and ranitidine on absorption of DR-3355 in humans.  

PubMed Central

This study examined the effects of widely used antacids (aluminum hydroxide, magnesium oxide, and calcium carbonate), ferrous sulfate, and ranitidine on the absorption of a fluorinated quinolone, (-)-(S)-9-fluoro-3-methyl-10-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl)-7-oxo-2,3-dihydro- 7H- pyrido-[1,2,3,-de][1,4]benzoxazine-6-carboxylic acid hemihydrate (DR-3355), in healthy male volunteers enrolled in three separate randomized crossover studies. Study 1 used 100-mg doses of DR-3355 and concurrent doses of aluminum hydroxide (1 g) or magnesium oxide (500 mg), while study 2 used DR-3355 (100 mg) and concurrent ferrous sulfate (160 mg) or calcium carbonate (1 g). Study 3 used DR-3355 (100 mg) and concurrent ranitidine (150 mg). Each study included control doses of DR-3355 (100 mg) alone. When aluminum hydroxide, ferrous sulfate, and magnesium oxide were coadministered with DR-3355, the relative bioavailability of DR-3355 was decreased to 56, 81, and 78%, respectively, of that for DR-3355 (100 mg) alone. Urinary excretion of DR-3355 was also significantly decreased by coadministration of these drugs. Thus, the magnitude of the decrease in the area under the concentration-time curve for DR-3355 varied among antacids, and the ranking of their inhibitory effects correlated with previously reported rankings of stability constants for chelate formation. DR-3355 bioavailability was not influenced by the concurrent administration of calcium carbonate and ranitidine, indicating that changes in gastric pH do not affect DR-3355 absorption. PMID:1444308

Shiba, K; Sakai, O; Shimada, J; Okazaki, O; Aoki, H; Hakusui, H

1992-01-01

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MLK & Brother Lawrence Hanks Lawrence Hanks & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  

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his life, and death, changed the lives of millions of people in the past, present, and future of the work of Dr. King, there are many who have taken actions that exemplify his work and legacy. I admire understand the impact of Dr. Hanks' work and how it is truly in the legacy of Dr. King, it is critical

Indiana University

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Dr. Alexander Bucksch School of Biology, 310 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0230 USA  

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Dr. Alexander Bucksch School of Biology, 310 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0230 USA 310 Ferst Dr Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332 Phone: +1-404-993-2578 Email: buscksch was carried out at TU Delft. #12;Dr. Alexander Bucksch School of Biology, 310 Ferst Drive, Atlanta

Weitz, Joshua S.

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Dr. Hanan Al-Kuwari on the Future of Health Care  

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College in Qatar Published and produced by the Office of Public Affairs Weill Cornell Medical College A creative journal of pictures and prose is launched by students Dr. Hanan Al-Kuwari Managing Director of HMC. Dr. Golkowska and Dr. Bendriss gave two presentations, one on Qatari students' college readiness

Danforth, Bryan Nicholas

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Dr. Harry Whelan With the Light Emitting Diode Probe  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The red light from the Light Emitting Diode (LED) probe shines through the fingers of Dr. Harry Whelan, a pediatric neurologist at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Dr. Whelan uses the long waves of light from the LED surgical probe to activate special drugs that kill brain tumors. Laser light previously has been used for this type of surgery, but the LED light illuminates through all nearby tissues, reaching parts of tumors that shorter wavelengths of laser light carnot. The new probe is safer because the longer wavelengths of light are cooler than the shorter wavelengths of laser light, making the LED less likely to injure normal brain tissue near the tumor. Also, it can be used for hours at a time while still remaining cool to the touch. The probe was developed for photodynamic cancer therapy under a NASA Small Business Innovative Research Program grant. The program is part of NASA's Technology Transfer Department at the Marshall Space Flight Center.

1999-01-01

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Star Formation in the DR21 Region (B)  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

[figure removed for brevity, see original site] Annotated mosaic

Hidden behind a shroud of dust in the constellation Cygnus is an exceptionally bright source of radio emission called DR21. Visible light images reveal no trace of what is happening in this region because of heavy dust obscuration. In fact, visible light is attenuated in DR21 by a factor of more than 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (ten thousand trillion heptillion).

New images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope allow us to peek behind the cosmic veil and pinpoint one of the most massive natal stars yet seen in our Milky Way galaxy. The never-before-seen star is 100,000 times as bright as the Sun. Also revealed for the first time is a powerful outflow of hot gas emanating from this star and bursting through a giant molecular cloud.

The upper image is a large-scale mosaic assembled from individual photographs obtained with the InfraRed Array Camera (IRAC) aboard Spitzer. The image covers an area about two times that of a full moon. The mosaic is a composite of images obtained at mid-infrared wavelengths of 3.6 microns (blue), 4.5 microns (green), 5.8 microns (orange) and 8 microns (red). The brightest infrared cloud near the top center corresponds to DR21, which presumably contains a cluster of newly forming stars at a distance of 10,000 light-years.

Protruding out from DR21 toward the bottom left of the image is a gaseous outflow (green), containing both carbon monoxide and molecular hydrogen. Data from the Spitzer spectrograph, which breaks light into its constituent individual wavelengths, indicate the presence of hot steam formed as the outflow heats the surrounding molecular gas. Outflows are physical signatures of processes that create supersonic beams, or jets, of gas. They are usually accompanied by discs of material around the new star, which likely contain the materials from which future planetary systems are formed. Additional newborn stars, depicted in green, can be seen surrounding the DR21 region.

The red filaments stretching across this image denote the presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These organic molecules, comprised of carbon and hydrogen, are excited by surrounding interstellar radiation and become luminescent at wavelengths near 8.0 microns. The complex pattern of filaments is caused by an intricate combination of radiation pressure, gravity and magnetic fields. The result is a tapestry in which winds, outflows and turbulence move and shape the interstellar medium.

To the lower left of the mosaic is a large bubble of gas and dust, which may represent the remnants of a past generation of stars.

The lower panel shows a 24-micron image mosaic, obtained with the Multiband Imaging Photometer aboard Spitzer (MIPS). This image maps the cooler infrared emission from interstellar dust found throughout the interstellar medium. The DR21 complex is clearly seen near the center of the strip, which covers about twice the area of the IRAC image.

Perhaps the most fascinating feature in this image is a long and shadowy linear filament extending towards the 10 o'clock position of DR21. This jet of cold and dense gas, nearly 50 light-years in extent, appears in silhouette against a warmer background. This filament is too long and massive to be a stellar jet and may have formed from a pre-existing molecular cloud core sculpted by DR21's strong winds. Regardless of its true nature, this jet and the numerous other arcs and wisps of cool dust signify the interstellar turbulence normally unseen by the human eye.

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Evaluation of the Potential Role of Class II Histocompatibility Antigen HLA-DR in Platelet\\/Thmor Cell Interaction  

Microsoft Academic Search

It has been reported that HLA-DR Is a potent inducer of thrombin generation. Human colorectal cells (GEO, WiDr, DLD-1, and MIP) that lack the constitutive expression of HLA-DR cause platelet aggregation through a thrombin-dependent mechanism. ileatment with recombinant human @‘-lnterferon induced the expression of HLA-DR in the GEO, WiDr, and DLD-1 cells, whereas the MIP cell line remained HLA-DR negative.The

Patrizia Ferroni; Fiorella Guadagni; Antonella Spila; Francesca Martini; Pier Paolo Gazzaniga

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: 2020 (Horizon 2020) ( H2020) Dr. Walter de Wit  

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(103 ) : 2020 (Horizon 2020) ( H2020) Dr. Walter de Wit NCP H2020 H2020 - H2020 to support research team with an efficient way : 2020 (Horizon 2020) E-mail : 1. e-mail: contact )() H2020 NCP NCP H2020 2020 #12; Day 2/25 2/26 2/27 Time 9:00~16:00 9:00~16:00 13

Wu, Yih-Min

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4. View of northerly DR 3 antenna looking north 35 ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

4. View of northerly DR 3 antenna looking north 35 degrees west and showing radar scanner building no. 106 east face through antenna and partial view of satcom communication dome (attached to radar transmitter building 102) in left side of photograph. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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8. View of DR 3 antenna showing lower front connector, ...  

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8. View of DR 3 antenna showing lower front connector, third from left vertical member at first level above foundation level, showing small diameter turnbuckle stays, vertical member with flange connection, and various struts and connectors with antenna assembly in background. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility closure plan. Revision 1  

SciTech Connect

The Hanford Site, located northwest of the city of Richland, Washington, houses reactors, chemical-separation systems, and related facilities used for the production of special nuclear materials, and activities associated with nuclear energy development. The 105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility (LSFF), which was in operation from about 1972 to 1986, was a research laboratory that occupied the former ventilation supply room on the southwest side of the 105-DR Reactor facility. The LSFF was established to provide a means of investigating fire and safety aspects associated with large sodium or other metal alkali fires in the liquid metal fast breeder reactor (LMFBR) facilities. The 105-DR Reactor facility was designed and built in the 1950`s and is located in the 100-D Area of the Hanford Site. The building housed the 105-DR defense reactor, which was shut down in 1964. The LSFF was initially used only for engineering-scale alkali metal reaction studies. In addition, the Fusion Safety Support Studies program sponsored intermediate-size safety reaction tests in the LSFF with lithium and lithium lead compounds. The facility has also been used to store and treat alkali metal waste, therefore the LSFF is subject to the regulatory requirements for the storage and treatment of dangerous waste. Closure will be conducted pursuant to the requirements of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-303-610. This closure plan presents a description of the facility, the history of waste managed, and the procedures that will be followed to close the LSFF as an Alkali Metal Treatment Facility. No future use of the LSFF is expected.

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1993-05-01

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Dr. John Stack and other NASA Langley Research Center Visitors  

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Front Row, left to right: Mrs. Elsa Hoare and Major Philip L. Teed - staff members, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Weybridge, England: Dr. Barnes Wallis - Chief of Aeronautical Research, Vicers-Armstrong, Ltd., Weybridge, England. Back Row, left to right: Norman W. Boorer and Cecil W. Hayes - Staff members, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Weybridge, England; John R. Christie - Ministry of Supply, London, England; Philip A. Hufton - Chief Supt., Royal Aircraft Establishment, Bedford, England; Lindsey I. Turner, Jr. - Langley Research Center. Photographed November 13, 1958.

2008-01-01

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Dr, Chs.sles 3'. Broola Of Clark University  

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Dr, Chs.sles 3'. Broola Of Clark University Discusses FORMS OF FROST CRYSTALS___.-- VJh@nf r o s t starts t o form on a window pane the first crystals w i l l corn- monlY appear around some l i t t l e, tala t o grow instead of new ones forming, and even for large crystals t o grow at the expense

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Dr. von Braun In Front of a Display of Missiles  

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In this photo, Director of the US Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) Development Operations Division, Dr. Wernher von Braun, is standing before a display of Army missiles celebrating ABMA's Fourth Open House. The missiles in the background include (left to right) a satellite on a Juno II shroud with a Nike Ajax pointing left in front of a Jupiter missile. The Lacrosse is in front of the Juno II. The Nike Hercules points skyward in front of the Juno II and the Redstone.

1960-01-01

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Of Brain and Bone: The Unusual Case of Dr. A  

PubMed Central

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a clinical syndrome characterized by progressive decline in social conduct and a focal pattern of frontal and temporal lobe damage. Its biological basis is still poorly understood but the focality of the brain degeneration provides a powerful model to study the cognitive and anatomical basis of social cognition. Here, we present Dr. A, a patient with a rare hereditary bone disease (hereditary multiple exostoses) and FTD (pathologically characterized as Pick’s disease), who presented with a profound behavioral disturbance characterized by acquired sociopathy. We conducted a detailed genetic, pathological, neuroimaging and cognitive study, including a battery of tests designed to investigate Dr. A’s abilities to understand emotional cues and to infer mental states and intentions to others (theory of mind). Dr. A’s genetic profile suggests the possibility that a mutation causing hereditary multiple exostoses, Ext2, may play a role in the pattern of neurodegeneration in frontotemporal dementia since knockout mice deficient in the Ext gene family member, Ext1, show severe CNS defects including loss of olfactory bulbs and abnormally small cerebral cortex. Dr. A showed significant impairment in emotion comprehension, second order theory of mind, attribution of intentions, and empathy despite preserved general cognitive abilities. Voxel-based morphometry on structural MRI images showed significant atrophy in the medial and right orbital frontal and anterior temporal regions with sparing of dorsolateral frontal cortex. This case demonstrates that social and emotional dysfunction in FTD can dissociate from preserved performance on classic executive functioning tasks. The specific pattern of anatomical damage shown by VBM emphasizes the importance of the network including the superior medial frontal gyrus as well as temporal polar areas, in regulation of social cognition and theory of mind. This case provides new evidence regarding the neural basis of social cognition and suggests a possible genetic link between bone disease and FTD. PMID:20183548

Narvid, J; Gorno-Tempini, ML; Slavotinek, A; DeArmond, SJ; Cha, YH; Miller, BL; Rankin, K.P

2009-01-01

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[Was Dr. Carl Koller driven from Vienna in 1885?].  

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In this article the principal reason for the emigration of Dr. Carl Koller is examined on the basis of the available literature. In fact, antisemitism did not play a crucial role. After his colleague, Dr. Fritz Zinner, called him an impudent Jew in public in the General University Hospital of Vienna, Koller reacted by hitting the man in the face. A duel with heavy sabres was the outcome; Koller was unharmed, whilst his opponent received two deep gashes. Such duels were strictly forbidden at that time already, but were nonetheless still executed. In consequence, Koller's hopes of obtaining a position in the Eye Department, for which he was very well qualified, and of an academic career in Vienna were dashed and he had to emigrate. Koller eventually settled in New York in 1888, where he received many distinctions during his life span. The Medical Association of Vienna also honoured him in 1930. Dr. Koller was proposed several times for the Nobel prize in Physiology and Medicine, since his discovery of cocaine as local anaesthetic in ophthalmology was undoubtedly worthy of this prize, but his discovery had been published too long previously, so that according to the statutes of the Nobel prize this distinction could not be granted. Hence, it can be concluded that although Dr. Koller was forced to leave Vienna in 1885, it was not principally for antisemitic reasons. There were Jewish professors in the Medical Faculty of Vienna University at the time and, indeed, when the author studied medicine in 1931 to 1936, four Jewish professors held chairs in Vienna and one of his predecessors as chief of the First Department of Ophthalmology, Isidor Schnabel, was Jewish. PMID:3515769

Hruby, K

1986-03-01

424

-A Scionoo Service Foature By Dr. Charlos F. Brooks  

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-A Scionoo Service Foature By Dr. Charlos F. Brooks of Clark Univorsity. OIL VERSUS FOG Oiling m q fog, the o i l covor would be usoloss. in spring warm and mist air mqjr bo chillod by contact'umishing the fog moisturn, BO tho s q p l y of fog could not bo curtailed by Putting a l i d over tho wator

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Dr. S. Cruz-Pol, INEL 4151-Electromagnetics I  

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://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/electromag/java/generator/dc.html BlIF BuQF �= �= Encarta® Who was NikolaTesla? �Find out what inventions he made �His relation = magnetic field density, [Teslas] mH mF HB ED o o /104 36 10 /1085.8 7 9 12 - - - �= =�= = = µ µ #12;Dr

Cruz-Pol, Sandra L.

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[Dr. Juraj Curin: founder of Ophthalmology Department in Split].  

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The paper describes the life and work of an ophthalmologist, Juraj Curin (Gdinj, 1887 - Split, 1947). In 1921, he founded Department of Ophthalmology in Split, although permanent ophthalmologic service had existed at the Old City Hospital in Split from 1902. Dr. Juraj Curin headed Department of Ophthalmology from 1921 till 1936. He graduated from the Prague School of Medicine in 1914 and served residency in ophthalmology in Zagreb in 1921. In 1923, he attended the course on biomicroscopy at University Department of Ophthalmology in Zagreb, organized by Professor L. Koeppe and Professor A. Botteri. Dr. Curin performed a vast range of ophthalmologic surgeries for cataract, glaucoma, strabismus, oculoplastic surgery, dacryocystectomy, retinal detachment, etc. Dr. Curin was also head of trachoma service he founded in 1923. He wrote a scientifically instructive booklet on trachoma and several other papers. From 1923 till 1935, he was the only ophthalmologist in Split. Until 1926, he occasionally was going to Dubrovnik for his private practice there. Between two World Wars, he was working at the Institute of Public Health, Social Insurance Eye Service, for active population in Split. During World War II, he was active in the National Liberation Movement. In 1925, he was treasurer of the Doctors' Free Organization of Dalmatia, and in 1931 auditor at the main board of the Croatian Medical Chamber in Split. Besides his doctor practice, he was also very active in social and political life. PMID:20653128

Ivanisevi?, Milan; Boji?, Lovro; Bu?an, Kajo; Ivanisevi?, Petar; Kovaci?, Zeljko

2010-03-01

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Dr. Lytle Adams' incendiary "bat bomb" of World War II.  

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On December 7, 1941, a 60-year old dentist from Irwin, Pennsylvania, Dr. Lytle S. Adams, was driving home from a vacation at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. Hours earlier, he had been gripped with amazement as he witnessed millions of bats exiting the caves of Carlsbad. Listening to his car radio on his return trip, he was shocked to hear that Japan had just attacked Pearl Harbor. Dr. Adams, outraged over this travesty, began to mentally construct a plan for U.S. retaliation. As his thoughts returned to the countless bats that had awed him, he formed a tentative plan: millions of these small, flying mammals could be connected to tiny, time-fused incendiary bombs, and then released to land on the flimsily constructed structures which dotted the cities of Japan. Within a few minutes, the bombs would explode and enflame the entire urban areas. He postulated that these immeasurable numbers of fires, spreading their devastation over such vast areas within Japanese cities would result in the enemy's speedy surrender. This article documents the futile efforts of Dr. Adams, his team and the U.S. government to develop and employ an effective, incendiary bat bomb. The recently developed atom bomb, a far more deadly weapon was used in its place. PMID:15666497

Christen, Arden G; Christen, Joan A

2004-11-01

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Principal Investigator Department Title Thrust Area Dr. Gang Li Physics Current Sheet Structures in the Inner Heliosphere 1500  

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, and Extracurricular Participation 3002 Dr. Babak Shotorban Mechanical/Aerospace Nonisothermal Largeeddy Simulation of Particleladen Turbulent Flows through Equilibrium Eulerian Approach 1405 Dr. Nicholaos

Alabama in Huntsville, University of

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Identification of death receptors DR4 and DR5 in HTB-12 astrocytoma cell lines and determination of TRAIL sensitivity  

PubMed Central

Astrocytomas are tumors which arise from astrocytes, cells that form the blood-brain barrier. There are very few drugs that successfully treat brain tumors. In this study, the cytotoxic effects on the HTB-12 astrocytoma cell line by tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) were studied. The presence of the TRAIL receptors, Death receptor 4 (DR4) and Death receptor 5 (DR5), were detected in HTB-12 cells by Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA). Cytotoxicity assay by Trypan Blue Exclusion Method showed effective cell killing by TRAIL treatment. Thus, the presence of death receptors and TRAIL efficacy raises the therapeutic potential for this type of brain tumor.

Riddick, Elenia; Evans, Shavonda; Rousch, Jeffrey; Gwebu, Ephraim; Banerjee, Hirendra Nath

2014-01-01

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Inhibition of T-cell activation with HLA-DR1/DR4 restricted Non-T-cell stimulating peptides.  

PubMed

It has been reported that collagen II (CII) derived peptide CII263-272 induced T-cell activation via its amino acids responsible for T-cell receptor (TCR) recognition. The impact of substitution of the TCR contacting amino acids of CII263-272 on T-cell activation was evaluated in this study using a panel of altered CII263-272 peptides. Computer modeling revealed that the side chains of 263F and 266E in CII263-272 were coupled with amino acids on alpha1 and beta1 chains of HLA-DR1 or -DR4, mainly via hydrogen bonds, whereas the side chains of 267Q and 270K protrude out of the cleft and might be recognized by TCR. Intracellular delivery of the altered peptides, and their binding to HLA-DR1 and -DR4 molecules on cell surface, were demonstrated by confocal microscopy and flow cytometry. The results also revealed that the substitution of 267Q, 268G, 269P, and 270K individually or consecutively by alanine (A) or glycine (G) led to weak or non-T-cell responses. Furthermore, the altered peptides with 270K substitution (270A) or with consecutive substitution of 268G, 269P, and 270K (sub268-270) dramatically inhibited T-cell activation. It is suggested that the altered peptides derived from CII263-272 with substitution of amino acids responsible for TCR contact might be of inhibitory effect on T-cell responses. PMID:12941540

Zhou, Qiang; Cheng, Yongjing; Lü, Houshan; Zhou, Weihong; Li, Zhanguo

2003-09-01

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Coelho Neto: Introduction of African Culture into Brazilian Drama  

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sobrecasaca e cartola). Olha, tu hoje não podes ir à casa do feiticeiro. Severo—Não posso! porque? Engracia—Porque hoje é um dia que eu respeito muito: é o aniversário da morte de meu tio, que foi comido pelos mundurucus. (I, xiii & xiv) With this very... fígado? Honória (chorando)—É sim, senhora. Pois que há de ser? Eu, então, não posso ter fígado? uma coisa que todo o mundo tem. . . . (II, i) In the third and last act, Severo's peccadillo escapes detection; Engracia re gains her "relic" through Pai...

Pierson, Colin M.

1976-04-01

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Soluble HLA-DR molecules in patients with HLA class II versus class I associated disorders.  

PubMed

HLA genes have been identified as key genetic factors contributing to many chronic diseases characterized by autoimmune features. The role of HLA encoded molecules in the pathogenesis of these diseases is unresolved. We have now analysed soluble HLA-DR molecules circulating in the serum of patients with different autoimmune diseases and have defined parameters controlling serum levels. Patients with HLA-DR associated diseases were characterized by elevated serum concentrations of HLA-DR molecules and were clearly distinct from patients with HLA-B27 associated disorders. We did not find evidence for a correlation between disease activity, laboratory abnormalities and elevated serum concentrations of soluble HLA-DR molecules. Studies in normal individuals indicated that soluble HLA-DR molecules are at least partially regulated by the HLA haplotype. Highest serum concentrations were found in individuals carrying the HLA-DR3 or HLA-DR4 haplotype raising the possibility that the phenomenon of HLA-disease association reflects differences in the genetic control of soluble HLA-DR molecules. Interferon-gamma treatment caused an increase in serum concentrations of soluble HLA-DR molecules, whereas a decrease of circulating HLA-DR molecules was associated with an immunosuppressive with cyclosporine A. These data suggest that the patient's immunoresponsiveness represents a second important mechanism controlling circulating HLA-DR molecules. PMID:1932512

Weyand, C M; Jendro, M; Goronzy, J J

1991-01-01

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Dr. Mostafa Moin, Minister of Science, Research and Technology, Islamic Republic of Iran  

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L. to. r.:Dr Henrik Foeth, Team Leader, CMS experiment; Dr Daniel Denegri, Physics Coordinator, CMS experiment; Prof. Tejinder Virdee, Deputy Spokesman, CMS experiment; Prof. Luciano Maiani, CERN Director-General (signing); Mr Jean-Marie Dufour, Head of the Legal Service, Mr Ghodratollah Habibpour Gharakol (back); Dr Abdolali Sharghi, Advisor to the Minister and Director General, Office of International Scientific Cooperation, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology; Dr Mostafa Moin, Minister of Science, Research and Technology, Islamic Republic of Iran (signing); Dr Reza Mansouri, Director, International Scientific Meetings Office, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology; H. E. Dr Ali Khorram, Extraordinary and plenipotentiary Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva and Dr Hans F. Hoffmann, CERN Director for Technology Transfer & for Scientific Computing. _

Patrice Loïez

2001-01-01

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Modulation of HLA class II antigen expression by transfection of sense and antisense DR alpha cDNA  

PubMed Central

In the human there are three isotypic forms of MHC class II gene products (HLA-DR, -DQ, and -DP). The isotype-matched alpha-beta dimers are predominant but isotype-mismatched dimers can also be expressed (DR alpha-DQ beta). Here it is shown that the expression of the DR alpha-DQ beta dimer can be correlated to a high ratio of DR alpha/DR beta mRNA. The DR alpha chain expression was modulated by transfection of a sense and antisense DR alpha cDNA. Overexpression of DR alpha promoted the appearance of the DR alpha-DQ beta dimer. On the other hand, pre- existing DR alpha-DQ beta dimer expression was suppressed after antisense DR alpha cDNA transfection. Therefore, imbalanced expression of the alpha and beta chain from a given isotype could lead to the modification of HLA class II phenotype. PMID:2462612

1989-01-01

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Model Predictive Control of Railway Traffic Bart Kersbergen, MSc, Dr.ir. Ton van den Boom, Prof.dr.ir Bart De Schutter  

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Model Predictive Control of Railway Traffic Bart Kersbergen, MSc, Dr.ir. Ton van den Boom, Prof.dr.ir Bart De Schutter My name is Bart Kersbergen. I am a fourth year PhD student here at the Delft Center for Systems and Control and I work together with doctor Ton van den Boom and Professor Bart De Schutter

Kuzmanov, Georgi

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Supply Chain Management Students Right on Target! Feb 28, 2014 -Dr. Haozhe Chen and Dr. Mauro Falasca led supply chain management  

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Supply Chain Management Students Right on Target! Feb 28, 2014 - Dr. Haozhe Chen and Dr. Mauro Falasca led supply chain management students in OMGT classes on a field trip to Target Distribution's supply chain operations in Suffolk, Virginia. Target Distribution customized the visit in a way

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GENESI-DR Portal: a scientific gateway to distributed repositories  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

GENESI-DR (Ground European Network for Earth Science Interoperations - Digital Repositories) is a European Commission (EC)-funded project, kicked-off early 2008 lead by ESA; partners include Space Agencies (DLR, ASI, CNES), both space and no-space data providers such as ENEA (I), Infoterra (UK), K-SAT (N), NILU (N), JRC (EU) and industry as Elsag Datamat (I), CS (F) and TERRADUE (I). GENESI-DR intends to meet the challenge of facilitating "time to science" from different Earth Science disciplines in discovery, access and use (combining, integrating, processing, …) of historical and recent Earth-related data from space, airborne and in-situ sensors, which are archived in large distributed repositories. "Discovering" which data are available on a "geospatial web" is one of the main challenges ES scientists have to face today. Some well- known data sets are referred to in many places, available from many sources. For core information with a common purpose many copies are distributed, e.g., VMap0, Landsat, and SRTM. Other data sets in low or local demand may only be found in a few places and niche communities. Relevant services, results of analysis, applications and tools are accessible in a very scattered and uncoordinated way, often through individual initiatives from Earth Observation mission operators, scientific institutes dealing with ground measurements, service companies or data catalogues. In the discourse of Spatial Data Infrastructures, there are "catalogue services" - directories containing information on where spatial data and services can be found. For metadata "records" describing spatial data and services, there are "registries". The Geospatial industry coins specifications for search interfaces, where it might do better to reach out to other information retrieval and Internet communities. These considerations are the basis for the GENESI-DR scientific portal, which adopts a simple model allowing the geo-spatial classification and discovery of information as a loosely connected federation of nodes. This network had however to be resilient to node failures and able to scale with the growing addition of new information about data and services. The GENESI-DR scientific portal is still evolving as the project deploys the different components amongst the different partners, but the aim is to provide the connection to information, establish rights, access it and in some cases apply algorithms using the computer power available on the infrastructure with simple interfaces. As information is discovered in the network, it can be further exploited, filtered or enhanced according to the user goals. To implement this vision two specialized graphical interfaces were designed on the portal. The first, concentrates on the text-based search of information, while the second is a command and control of submission and order status on a distributed processing environment. The text search uses natural language features that extract the spatial temporal components from the user query. This is then propagated to the nodes by mapping them to OpenSearch extensions, and then returned to the user as an aggregated list of the resources. These can either be access points to dataset series or services that can be further analysed and processed. At this stage, the user is presented with dedicated interfaces that correspond to context of the action that is performing. Be it a bulk data download, data processing or data mining, the different services offer specialized interfaces that are integrated on the portal. In the overall, the GENESI-DR project identifies best practices and supporting context for the use of a minimal abstract model to loosely connect a federation of Digital Repositories. Surpassing the apparent lack of cost effectiveness of the Spatial Data Infrastructures effort in developing "catalogue services" is achieved by trimming the use cases to the most common and relevant. The GENESI-DR scientific portal is, as such, the visible front-end of a dedicated

Goncalves, Pedro; Brito, Fabrice; D'Andria, Fabio; Cossu, Roberto; Fusco, Luigi

2010-05-01

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Specific genomic markers for the HLA-DQ subregion discriminate between DR4+ insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and DR4+ seropositive juvenile rheumatoid arthritis  

PubMed Central

HLA-DR4, Dw4-associated haplotypes associated with IDDM and JRA were compared using genomic DNA restriction fragment analysis to distinguish among DQ beta and alpha alleles linked to DR4. DQ beta polymorphisms that subdivide the HLA-DQw3 specificity into DQ3.1 and 3.2 alleles were identified. More than 90% of DR4+ IDDM patients express one of these alleles, DQ3.2; restriction enzyme mapping indicates that the presence of this allele also accounts for the genomic fragment patterns previously reported in IDDM. Furthermore, haplo-identical siblings of DQ3.2 IDDM patients also carry the DQ3.2 allele, regardless of clinical presentation. In contrast, DR4+ JRA patients show no allelic preference at DQ beta, implicating different HLA genetic contributions in these two DR4-associated diseases. PMID:3014039

1986-01-01

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Dr. Christopher Kraft looks over packaged 'parasol' in bldg 10  

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Dr. Christopher C. Kraft J. (left), JSC Director, and George A Post, JSC Crew Systems Division, look over the packaged 'parasol' during fabrication and checkout of the umbrella-like mechanical device in the Technical Services shop in bldg 10 at JSC. The 'parasol' is designed to fit into the T027 experiment photometer canister. The canopy portion of the 'parasol' measures 24 feet by 22 feet. The 'parasol' is one of several sunscreen possibilities being considered for use in shading the overheated Skylab 1 Orbital Workshop.

1973-01-01

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89. View of DR 2 antenna (structure no. 736) at ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

89. View of DR 2 antenna (structure no. 736) at 65 percent completion showing erection process. Antenna system designed and factory construction by D.S. Kennedy & Company., Comasset, MA, 1958. Note scanner radar building in background. Official photograph BMEWS Project by unknown photographer, 11 July, 1960, Photographic Services, Riverton, NJ, BMEWS, clear as negative no. A-824. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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STS-72 Mission Specialist Dr. Daniel T. Barry suits up  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Looking elated at the prospect of his upcoming spaceflight, STS- 72 Mission Specialist Dr. Daniel T. Barry dons his launch/entry suit in the Operations and Checkout Building with assistance from a suit technician. The trip into space will be the first for Barry, a medical doctor who also has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. He and five fellow crew members will soon depart for Launch Pad 39, where the Space Shuttle Endeavour is undergoing final preparations for liftoff during an approximately 49-minute window opening at about 4:18 am EST, January 11.

1996-01-01

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Nonlethal adherence to human neutrophils mediated by Dr antigen-specific adhesins of Escherichia coli.  

PubMed Central

Uropathogenic Escherichia coli strains express a variety of adhesins, including members of the Dr adhesin family such as the Dr hemagglutinin, AFAI, and AFAIII. Certain E. coli adhesins (e.g., type 1 and S fimbriae) are known to mediate adherence to human polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs). The receptor on erythrocytes for Dr family adhesins, decay accelerating factor, is also present on PMNs. To determine whether Dr family adhesins mediate adherence to PMNs and to characterize the specificity and consequences of such adherence, we studied agglutination of PMNs and adherence to PMNs by recombinant E. coli strains expressing various mannose-resistant or mannose-sensitive adhesins, in the presence or absence of inhibitors of adherence. Dr family adhesins, like type 1 fimbriae, mediated concentration-dependent adherence to PMNs. Adherence to PMNs was mannose sensitive for type 1 fimbriae but mannose resistant for Dr family adhesins. Chloramphenicol inhibited PMN adherence for the Dr hemagglutinin with the same potency as that with which it inhibited hemagglutination, but it was inactive against PMN adherence and hemagglutination mediated by other members of the Dr adhesin family. In contrast to PMN adherence mediated by type 1 fimbriae, adherence mediated by the Dr hemagglutinin did not lead to significantly increased bacterial killing. These data suggest that Dr family adhesins mediate a novel pattern of adherence to PMNs, probably by recognizing decay accelerating factor, with minimal consequent bacterial killing. PMID:7806371

Johnson, J R; Skubitz, K M; Nowicki, B J; Jacques-Palaz, K; Rakita, R M

1995-01-01

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Examination of HLA-DR4 as a severity marker for rheumatoid arthritis in Greek patients.  

PubMed Central

OBJECTIVES--Previous reports have shown that HLA-DR4 may be a severity marker for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in patients of northern European origin. The aim of the present study was to investigate this relation in Greek patients with RA, as RA in Greece differs from the RA described previously on clinical, serological, and immunological grounds. METHODS--Eighty four patients were studied in whom HLA-DR typing was performed by restriction fragment length polymorphism and the subtypes of HLA-DR4 were determined by the polymerase chain reaction. The absence or presence of HLA-DR4 and its subtypes was correlated with the clinical and serological characteristics of the patients and with the side effects due to disease modifying drugs. RESULTS--Twenty one of the 84 (25%) patients with RA were DR4+. There was no difference between the DR4+ and DR4-patients with respect to duration of disease, severity of arthritis, functional grade, and joint erosion score. The DR4+ group were more likely to have side effects due to disease modifying drugs (43%) than DR4- patients (36%), but this difference was not statistically significant. DR4-patients had more extra-articular manifestations, including Sjögren's syndrome (47 v 19%). Analysis of the DR4 subtypes showed that Dw15 was the most common variant (9/21 patients; 43%). There was no statistical difference in the clinical manifestations among patients with different DR4 subtypes. The same was also true when the clinical picture was correlated with the 'shared RA epitope' (QKRAA/QRRAA/RRRAA), which is common to all HLA-DRB1 alleles positively associated with RA. CONCLUSIONS--These results suggest that HLA-DR4 is not a severity marker in Greek patients with RA and further indicate differences in the clinical expression of RA in Greece. PMID:8102226

Boki, K A; Drosos, A A; Tzioufas, A G; Lanchbury, J S; Panayi, G S; Moutsopoulos, H M

1993-01-01

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PREFACE: Eighth International Conference on Dissociative Recombination (DR2010)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In dissociative recombination (DR), a molecular ion captures an electron and falls apart. One might initially conclude that this process is relatively simple. However, a review of the DR literature over the past 60 years, since the pioneering papers of Sir David Bates [1], shows that the study of DR has proved to be highly challenging for both theorists and experimentalists. Both this challenge and the ubiquitous importance of the process have made its study rewarding, endlessly interesting, and full of surprises. DR is fundamentally the interaction of an electronic continuum with a vibrational continuum often connected by quasibound intermediate states. Autoionization in the first continuum competes with dissociation in the second. DR occurs at the total energy of an ion plus a free electron and is in the same region as vibrationally excited Rydberg states and other neutral superexcited states. All these states interact with each other prior to dissociation, forming a complex that controls the quantum yields of products. The complexity of the process has required both innovation and ingenuity on the part of both theorists and experimentalists. Over the years, it has become apparent that in order to compare theoretical and experimental results, the experiments must identify the electronic, vibrational and for low mass ions, the rotational state. The traditional disagreement between theoretical and experimental results has been due, in part, to the sensitivity of DR cross sections and rate constants to the state of the recombining ion. Great progress has been made in recent years in both flowing afterglow and storage ring experiments aimed at reducing this uncertainty. The latest advances and insights in theory and experiment were the topics of the Eighth International Conference on Dissociative Recombination held at the Granlibakken Lodge at Lake, Tahoe, California, 16-20 August 2010. The conference was part of a series of conferences on DR that started at Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada in May, 1988 [2] and was followed in May 1992 [3] at L'Abbaye de Saint Jacut de la Mer, Brittany, France, in May, 1995 [4] at Ein Gedi, Israel, in June 1999 [5] on the island of Nässlingen in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, in August, 2001 [6] at Chicago, USA, in July, 2004 [7] at the Alte Mälzerei, Mosbach, Germany and in July, 2007 [8] at the Resort d'Amelander Kaap on the island of Ameland, The Netherlands. All papers from the last two conferences and this conference are freely available at http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-6596. In keeping with the tradition of prior DR conferences, all papers in this volume have been refereed. Our thanks go to the referees for their efforts. Travel support for conference participants was provided by NSF grant ATM-0838061 and NASA grant NNX09AQ73G to SLG. We thank Priscilla Kujawski for proofreading the Dedication. Steven L GubermanAnn E OrelEditors Conference photograph Participants of the 8th International Conference on Dissociative Recombination: Theory, Experiments and Applications. 1. Stephen Pratt18. Randy Vane35. Robert Continetti 2. Chris Greene19. Claude Krantz36. Henrik Buhr 3. Bastiaan Braams20. Xavier Urbain37. Mats Larsson 4. Ed Grant21. Hidekazu Takagi38. Dirk Schwalm 5. Christian Nordhorn22. Brian Mitchell39. Evelyne Roueff 6. Steen Brønsted Nielsen23. Andreas Wolf40. Pascal Pernot 7. Dermot Madden24. Daren Stotler41. Stefan Rosén 8. Radek Plašil25. Slava Kokoouline42. Rainer Johnsen 9. Daniel Savin26. David Schultz43. Xiaohong Cai 10. Jonathan Tennyson27. Mourad Telmini44. Dan Haxton 11. Peet Hickman28. Ruth Malenda45. Åsa Larson 12. Michael Fogle29. Slim Chourou46. Dahbia Talbi 13. Waffeu Tamo Francois Oliver30. Petr Dohnal47. Ann Orel 14. Christian Jungen31. Julia Stützel48. Steven Guberman 15. Ilya Fabrikant32. Ioan Schneider49. Jane Fox 16. Wolf Geppert33. Nicholas Shuman50. Richard Thomas 17. Old?ich Novotný34. Holger Kreckel51. Fangfang Ruan

Guberman, Steven L.; Orel, Ann E.

2011-07-01

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Data and voice integration in DR-TDMA for wireless ATM networks  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper proposes data and voice scheduling algorithms for the dynamic reservation time division multiple access (DR-TDMA) MAC protocol for wireless ATM networks. Featuring a novel framed pseudo-Bayesian priority ALOHA algorithm that provides access priority to voice control packets, DR-TDMA improves the quality-of-service offered to voice connections and increases the maximum throughput for integrated voice and data traffic. The DR-TDMA

Jean-Francois Frigon; Henry C. B. Chan; Victor C. M. Leung

1999-01-01

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Nr. 193 / 2012 // 15. Mai 2012 Von li.: Prof. Dr. Rdiger Bormann, Prsident der Universitt Bayreuth;  

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Bayreuth; Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Schmidt, wiedergewählter Vizepräsident für die Bereiche Forschung Anschläge/Zeile Abdruck honorarfreiWiederwahl von Prof. Dr. Hans Werner Schmidt zum Vizepräsidenten der eines der wesentlichen Ziele, das sich Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Schmidt, seit 2009 Vizepräsident für die

Ullmann, G. Matthias

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14.10.08 Erffnung und Gruworte Prof. Dr. Thomas Strothotte, Rektor der Universitt Rostock  

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.01.09 Strukturen in der Welt der Quanten Prof. Dr. Werner Vogel, Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Quantenoptik 2714.10.08 Eröffnung und Gru�worte Prof. Dr. Thomas Strothotte, Rektor der Universität Rostock Ebene Kurven - von der Antike bis zum Wankelmotor Prof. Dr. Dieter Ne�elmann, Lehrstuhl für Geometrie 21

Rostock, Universität

448

Monoclonal Antibodies against HLA-DR Antigens Replace T Helper Cells in Activation of B Lymphocytes  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the presence but not in the absence of pokeweed mitogen (PWM), monoclonal antibodies against HLA-DR antigens 147 and 164 helped highly purified B lymphocytes to proliferate and mature to Ig-secreting cells. In contrast, neither anti-DR antibody 231 nor the UCHT1 monoclonal anti-human T cell antibody (both of the same isotype as the 147 and 164 anti-DR antibodies) exhibited any

Ronald Palacios; Otoniel Martinez-Maza; Keith Guy

1983-01-01

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Magnetic Storms: The Simultaneous Development of the Main Phase (DR) and of Polar Magnetic Substorms (DP)  

Microsoft Academic Search

The development during magnetic storms of the main phase (DR) and of polar magnetic substorms (DP) is examined by comparing seversHonolulu H ms. ghettos (for the DR) and the values of the corresponding planetary ap index (for the DP). It is shown that the DR and DP fields develop simultaneously. However, the storm-time increase in the so!at plasma pressure, sudden

S.-I. Akasofu; S. Chapman

1963-01-01

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Methylation patterns of HLA-DR alpha genes in six mononuclear cell lines  

Microsoft Academic Search

The relationship between DNA methylation and HLA-DRa gene expression was investigated in six mononuclear cell lines. RPMI-4265 (B cell) and HUT-78 (T cell) constitutively express HLA-DR. HL-60 (myelomonocyte) and U-937 (monocyte) can be induced to express HLA-DR. Jurkat and Molt-4 (T cells) do not and cannot be induced to express HLA-DR. Based on the known nucleotide sequence of the HLA-DRa

Yao Wang; B. Matija Peterlin

1986-01-01

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An immunohistochemical study on HLA-DR expression in human meningiomas  

Microsoft Academic Search

The expression of HLA-DR was examined in 38 cases of meningiomas with the streptavidin-biotin immunoperoxidase method using two monoclonal antibodies to HLA-DR (LN-3 and TAL-IB5) on formalinfixed, paraffin-embedded specimens. Similar immunoreactivity was obtained with these two monoclonal antibodies. In addition to infiltrated lymphoid cells and perivascular macrophages, tumor cells themselves showed HLA-DR expression in 16 cases (42%) of meningiomas. The

N. Ohara; K. Hayashi; K. Miyake; H. J. Jeon; K. Takahashi; T. Akagi

1992-01-01

452

HLA-DR Antigen Expression in Primary Melanomas of the Skin  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ninety-three primary malignant melanomas of the skin were typed immunohistologically for the expression of HLA-DR on tumor cells, HLA-DR-positive stroma cells were found in all specimens, whereas the melanoma cells were HLA-DR-negative or only locally positive in most cases. In 36 (39%) of the lesions more than 10% of the tumor cells were stained by two monoclonal antibodies against the

Eva-Bettina Bröcker; Ludwig Suter; Clemens Sorg

1984-01-01

453

Invariant Chain Peptides in Most HLA-DR Molecules of an Antigen-Processing Mutant  

Microsoft Academic Search

Class II major histocompatibility complexes bind peptides in an endosome-like compartment. When the class II null cell line 721.174 was transfected with class II DR3 genes, DR molecules were produced in normal amounts. However, the DR molecules were abnormally conformed and unstable because deletion of an antigen-processing gene had impaired intracellular formation of most class II-peptide complexes. Yet, 70 percent

Alessandro Sette; Stephanie Ceman; Ralph T. Kubo; Kazuyasu Sakaguchi; Ettore Appella; Donald F. Hunt; Theresa A. Davis; Hanspeter Michel; Jeffrey Shabanowitz; Richard Rudersdorf; Howard M. Grey; Robert Demars

1992-01-01

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Dr. Joseph A. Shaw Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept., Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717  

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Dr. Joseph A. Shaw Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept., Montana State University, Bozeman, MT Experience: 2008 ­ present Professor ­ Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, Montana State

Lawrence, Rick L.

455

Association of DR4 related RFLP bands and RA in Greeks.  

PubMed

Using the Taq1 restriction enzyme and DR beta, DQ alpha probes, the DNAs of Greek RA patients and controls were characterised for RFLP's associated with DR4. Three DR beta bands, 14.8kb, 6.1kb and 5.4kb were observed at significantly higher frequency in the patients compared with controls. By using a DQ alpha probe, the 2.6kb band (associated with DR1, DRw10, DRBR and DRw14 (Dw9)) was at a significantly raised frequency in the patients. The DQ alpha 5.3kb band associated with DR4, DR7 and DR9 was also raised in the RA patients although this increase did not reach statistical significance. In view of the previously documented lack of association between DR4 (and other DR antigens) and RA in Greeks, the results suggest that some degree of HLA class II association exists with RA in this population at the DNA level which may not be overtly reflected serologically. PMID:1983331

Cutbush, S; Ollier, W; Papasteriades, C; Awad, J; Boki, K; Moutsopoulos, H; Biro, A; Sachs, J

1990-01-01

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[Portrait of Dr Milenko Petrovi? (1884-1950)].  

PubMed

Dr Milenko Petrovi? was one of the very distinguished physicians in the history of Sombor city, who significantly contributed to the development of health care in Voivodina. His father Dimitrije was a professor in the High Teacher-training School in Sombor, recognized writer and politician of his epoch. He was born in Sombor in 1884, where he was educated and finished grammar school. For medical studies he moved to Budapest as a boarder of the famous Tekelianum, and graduated in 1908. He started specialisation in surgery, but being a great patriot he voluntarily recruited in the Serbian army to fight in Balkan liberation wars against Turkey. For his excellent work as a war surgeon he obtained many recognitions. After completing specialization in surgery in Debrecin, he returned to his native city Sombor, where he intended to practice as a physician, but because af the outbreak of the first world he was mobilized and sent to the front in Galicia. After the war he again returned to Sombor where he was immediatelly nominated for the main county physician and then begins his fruitful many year's work on the establishment and promotion of the health care in Sombor and broader territory. As the main county phsician he initiated the foundation and construction of the hospital in Sombor, because of high mortality rate among children, and spreading of contagious diseases like tuberculosis and trachoma. The construction of the hospital was completed in 1925 and Dr. Petrovi? was appointed its first director and this duty he performed for many years till the World War 2 in 1941. Under his management the hospital in Sombor became one of the best quality hospitals in the country and gave a big contribution to the promotion of health of the inhabitants of Voivodina. In spite of his extensive duties in the hospital. Dr. Milenko Petrovi? was very much engaged in social work, as the president of library "Laza Kosti ?". in the Soko association, Fire brigade, Rotary club, and he was a collaborator in the Red cross, Adriatic guard, and in Church community. Since 1930 he worked as a professor of Hygiene in the High Teacher-training School, just like his father. He was arrested and persecuted not only during the Seecond World War, but after the war as well by communist authorities, because he was regarded as nationalist, monarchist, and anticommunist. He died unrecognized in 1950, and now finally came the time for objective evaluation and recognition of his valuable professsional work. PMID:19368288

Kljai?, Leposava; Borota, Radoslav

2008-01-01

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Dr. Richard Grugel examines an ampoule of a succinonitrile mixture  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

On Earth when scientists melt metals, bubbles that form in the molten material can rise to the surface, pop and disappear. In microgravity -- the near-weightless environment created as the International Space Station orbits Earth -- the lighter bubbles do not rise and disappear. Prior space experiments have shown that bubbles often become trapped in the final metal or crystal sample -similar to the bubbles trapped in this sample. In the solid, these bubbles, or porosity, are defects that diminish both the material's strength and usefulness. The Pore Formation and Mobility Investigation will melt samples of a transparent modeling material, succinonitrile and succinonitrile water mixtures, shown here in an ampoule being examined by Dr. Richard Grugel, the principal investigator for the experiment at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. As the samples are processed in space, Grugel will be able to observe how bubbles form in the samples and study their movements and interactions.

2003-01-01

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Emily and Dr. Haskins Classroom Expectations, Pragmatics, and Clinical Acumen  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This case study on clinical practice, preparation, and acumen follows the story of Emily, an intelligent, hard working, and motivated student who yet encounters difficulties in the clinical fieldwork component of her senior seminar. A follow-up section of the case switches to the perspective of Dr. Haskins, Emily’s supervisor in the clinic, who sees in Emily a student ill-prepared to deal with clients. Students read the case study and discuss a series of open-ended questions that explore various aspects of performing and supervising clinical fieldwork. The case can be used in introductory survey courses in the allied health field or education, with advanced students about to start their fieldwork, or with students finishing graduate work and about to become supervisors themselves.

Behrens, Susan; Carozza, Linda

2007-01-01

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In Memoriam: Prof. Dr Dragutin Djurovic (1937-2013)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Prof. dr Dragutin Djurovic was born in Guca, Serbia, on December 20, 1937. He completed his primary and secondary education in Guca and Cacak. In the period 1956-1958, he studied at the General Military Academy in Belgrade. He enrolled at the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics - Astronomy Group in 1958 and graduated in 1963. After graduation he went to study visits to Paris (1966) and Bruxelles (1972 and 1975). He obtained his MSc degree in 1970 from the University of Belgrade with a thesis entitled "Application of different types of telescopes for astronomical determination of time". His supervisor for the master thesis was Prof. Zaharije Brkic. Dragutin Djurovic defended his PhD thesis "Contribution to determination of Earth-rotation variations and polar motion" at the University of Belgrade in 1974. Most of the thesis-related research was done in Bruxelles during 1972 under the supervision of Prof. Paul Melchior.

2013-12-01

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User's Manual for FEMOM3DR. Version 1.0  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

FEMoM3DR is a computer code written in FORTRAN 77 to compute radiation characteristics of antennas on 3D body using combined Finite Element Method (FEM)/Method of Moments (MoM) technique. The code is written to handle different feeding structures like coaxial line, rectangular waveguide, and circular waveguide. This code uses the tetrahedral elements, with vector edge basis functions for FEM and triangular elements with roof-top basis functions for MoM. By virtue of FEM, this code can handle any arbitrary shaped three dimensional bodies with inhomogeneous lossy materials; and due to MoM the computational domain can be terminated in any arbitrary shape. The User's Manual is written to make the user acquainted with the operation of the code. The user is assumed to be familiar with the FORTRAN 77 language and the operating environment of the computers on which the code is intended to run.

Reddy, C. J.

1998-01-01

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MHC class II DR allelic diversity in bighorn sheep.  

PubMed

We hypothesized that decreased diversity and/or unique polymorphisms in MHC class II alleles of bighorn sheep (BHS, Ovis canadensis) are responsible for lower titer of antibodies against Mannheimia haemolytica leukotoxin, in comparison to domestic sheep (DS, Ovis aries). To test this hypothesis, DRA and DRB transcripts from 24 captive BHS (Ovca-DRA and Ovca-DRB) were sequenced. Based on exon 2 (?1 domain) sequences, eight different Ovca-DRB cDNA sequences were identified in BHS. Six of them were 100% identical to previously reported Ovca-DRB genomic DNA sequences. The new alleles DRB*23 and DRB*24, were closely related to two other Ovca-DRB exon 2 genomic DNA sequences. Nineteen out of 24 BHS (79%) Ovca-DRB exon 3 (?2 domain) sequences were 100% identical to exon 3 sequence of DRB1 of DS (Ovar-DRB1). Ovca-DRA full length cDNA sequences exhibited >99% identity. Based upon exon 2 sequences, this BHS herd yielded higher Ovca-DRB allelic diversity than that reported in the previous study. Positively selected amino acid positions were identified in the peptide-binding groove of BHS and DS, but BHS showed more such sites. This highlights differing population histories, and may suggest differing needs for DR peptide-binding specificities. Presence of glutamine at position 52 (52Q) in some of the desert and captive BHS is predicted to alter the efficiency of DR dimerization, which may influence antigen presentation and T(h) cell activation. Functional assays with unique alleles should reveal whether the presentation of M. haemolytica leukotoxin peptides to T(h) cells by Ovca-DRB alleles is equivalent to that of Ovar-DRB1 alleles. PMID:22750296

Subramaniam, Renuka; White, Stephen N; Herrmann-Hoesing, Lynn M; Srikumaran, Subramaniam

2012-09-10

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Dr. Gregory issued NIAAA first T35 grant The Department of Genetics congratulates Dr. Paula Gregory on receiving the first ever T35  

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and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) which supports twelve medical students. The summer program provides on receiving the first ever T35 Grant issued by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Dr

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In vitro adherence properties of Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20 and Bifidobacterium lactis DR10 strains and their antagonistic activity against an enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli  

Microsoft Academic Search

Adhesion and colonisation properties of three probiotic strains namely, Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20, L. acidophilus HN017, and Bifidobacterium lactis DR10, were determined in vitro using the differentiated human intestinal cell-lines including HT-29, Caco-2, and HT29-MTX, and compared with properties of L. acidophilus LA-1 and L. rhamnosus GG (two commercial probiotic strains). Two independent methods were employed to quantitate the “adhesiveness” of

Pramod K Gopal; Jaya Prasad; John Smart; Harsharanjit S Gill

2001-01-01

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Knowledge Framework for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves* Joo Sarraipa** Carlos Agostinho** Herv Panetto***  

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: Nowadays, competition is experienced not only among companies but among global supply chains and business, organizations from similar business environments have trouble cooperating, and are experiencing difficulties international standards. To address similar interoperability problems, the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Appointment of Dr. Howard Bergman as Chair of the Department of Family Medicine  

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Appointment of Dr. Howard Bergman as Chair of the Department of Family Medicine of the Department of Family Medicine, at the Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. In this role, Dr. Bergman, sincerely, for her excellent guidance and accomplishments. Professor of Family Medicine, of Medicine

Shoubridge, Eric

466

Portrait of a transformational leader: the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the leadership of Dr Martin Luther King Jr in relation to four characteristics of transformational leadership Design\\/methodology\\/approach – The paper draws upon excerpts from archival sources of personal correspondence and statements by Dr Martin Luther King Jr stored at the King Center, Atlanta, Georgia. Findings – The research finds that

David McGuire; Kate Hutchings

2007-01-01

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Dr. H. Ballentine Carter elected Trustee of the American Board of Urology  

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Dr. H. Ballentine Carter elected Trustee of the American Board of Urology Charlottesville (March 14, 2012) - Dr. H. Ballentine Carter, Professor of Urology and Oncology, and Director of Adult Urology at the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, has been elected

Connor, Ed

468

Dr. Kim, Peripheral Auditory System, p 1 MEDS 371, Systems Neuroscience  

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is an example of a brain-stem reflex and is analogous to the pupillary reflex of the visual system. CochlearDr. Kim, Peripheral Auditory System, p 1 MEDS 371, Systems Neuroscience University of Connecticut Health Center A4. Peripheral Auditory System Dr. D.O. Kim Reading: This syllabus and Purves et al

Oliver, Douglas L.

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Sum-of-Sinusoid channel models for wireless ad-hoc networks Supervisor: Dr. Salman Durrani  

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1 1. Title: Sum-of-Sinusoid channel models for wireless ad-hoc networks Supervisor: Dr. Salman-to-mobile channels, which are required for design and testing of wireless ad-hoc networks. This project will appeal Mobile Adhoc Networks Supervisor: Dr. Salman Durrani Abstract: Ad hoc networking is currently a very

Durrani, Salman

470

A DR6/p75NTR complex is responsible for ?-amyloid-induced cortical neuron death  

PubMed Central

The p75 neurotrophin receptor (p75NTR) is a known mediator of ?-amyloid (A?)-induced neurotoxicity implicated in Alzheimer's disease (AD). Here, we demonstrate that death receptor 6 (DR6) binds to p75NTR and is a component of the p75NTR signaling complex responsible for A?-induced cortical neuron death. Cortical neurons isolated from either DR6 or p75NTR null mice are resistant to A?-induced neurotoxicity. Blocking DR6 function in cortical neurons by anti-DR6 antibodies that block the binding of DR6 to p75NTR receptor complex or by a dominant negative DR6 construct lacking the cytoplasmic signaling death domain attenuates A?-induced caspase 3 activation and cell death. DR6 expression is upregulated in AD cortex and correlates with elevated neuronal death. Targeting the disruption of the DR6/p75NTR complex to prevent A? cytotoxicity represents a new approach for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders such as AD. PMID:23559013

Hu, Y; Lee, X; Shao, Z; Apicco, D; Huang, G; Gong, B J; Pepinsky, R B; Mi, S

2013-01-01

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CLIMATE DRIFT IN THE CMIP3 MODELS1 Dr. Alexander Sen Gupta4  

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and Climate Research, CSIRO Wealth from Oceans National8 Research Flagship, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia9 10 Dr Research Flagship, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia13 14 Dr Steven J. Phipps15 Climate Change Research Centre and Climate Research, CSIRO Wealth from Oceans National19 Research Flagship, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia20 21

Gupta, Alex Sen

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Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alois Panholzer Institut fr Diskrete Mathematik und Geometrie  

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Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alois Panholzer Institut für Diskrete Mathematik und Geometrie Technische.. December 1997: PhD degree (Dr. techn.) with distinction. Occupational career 01/199801/1999: Research Hungarian-Austrian project Appli- cations of trees in computer science. Project director: Werner Kuich. 2001

Kuba, Markus

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Arbeiten fr Studierende ETH ZrichGeodtische Messtechnik -Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand  

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Arbeiten für Studierende ETH ZürichGeodätische Messtechnik - Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand Fachbereich: Geodätische Messtechnik und Ingenieurgeodäsie Leiter/in: Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand ­ 044 633 30 56 Betreuer/in: Rainer Mautz ­ 044 633 78 27 Werner Stempfhuber ­ 044 633 30 39 Titel: 39 Positionierungssysteme im

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Arbeiten fr Studierende ETH ZrichGeodtische Messtechnik -Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand  

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Arbeiten für Studierende ETH ZürichGeodätische Messtechnik - Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand Fachbereich: Geodätische Messtechnik und Ingenieurgeodäsie. Photogrammetrie und Kartographie Leiter/in: Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand ­ 044 633 30 56 Betreuer/in: Werner Stempfhuber ­ 044 633 30 39 Henri Eisenbeiss und Melanie Kunz

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Modul: 4 Modultitel: Forschungsmethoden 2 Empirische Sozialforschung und Statistik Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Siegfried Geyer  

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Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Siegfried Geyer Qualifikationsstufe: Master Studienhalbjahr: 1 Modulart: Pflichtmodul anwenden. Inhalte des Moduls: Seminar 1: Grundlagen empirischer Sozialforschung (Prof. Dr. Siegfried Geyer in die Statistik incl. SPSS und Ã?bungen (Dipl. Soz.-Wiss. Werner Hofmann, Yvonne Ziert, MPH) empirische

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Reader-Response to Dr. Seuss: Middle School Students and Social Issues.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A study investigated to what extent average middle school students were able to perceive the social issues embedded in literature by Dr. Seuss. Seventy-four seventh-grade students responded to five Dr. Seuss stories in free-writing exercises, response worksheets, and question worksheets. Results showed that the majority of students (approximately…

Cobb, Susan M.

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Research Associate I in the Laboratory of Dr. John Belisle, Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology.  

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Research Associate I in the Laboratory of Dr. John Belisle, Department of Microbiology, Immunology activities of the laboratory of Dr. Belisle in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology-MIP_HR@mail.colostate.edu Subject: Research Associate � Belisle Lab Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology Human

Stephens, Graeme L.

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1EE 577 -Dr. Salam A. Zummo EE 577: Wireless and Personal  

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: 2 for straight path loss (free space) Higher for other environments 4EE 577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo Path Loss Model The exact value needs to be empirically determined for the application Free space n = 2, windows, etc. #12;2 3EE 577 - Dr. Salam A. Zummo Path Loss Model We use the basic average path loss

Zummo, Salam Adel

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A Right to Escape Poverty? 2008 Dr. Richard B. Splane Lecture  

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A Right to Escape Poverty? 2008 Dr. Richard B. Splane Lecture on Social Policy Thursday, October 2 Columbia #12;A Right to Escape Poverty? 2008 Dr. Richard B. Splane Lecture 2 Thank you, Graham [Riches to Escape Poverty?" Let me begin by addressing the question-mark in my title. Am I challenging the view

Pulfrey, David L.

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9:00 9:20 9:20 9:50Dr. Chris Brett  

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Biology of Intercellular Adhesion in Plant Culture Coffee Break ( 10:15 ­ 10:50 ) 10:50-11:15Dr. Saeed Lung Pathophysiology Coffee Break (14:-14:) 14:40 ­ 15:05Dr. Raed Kanaan Philadelphia university

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Wing Flips and Vortices: a Biologist's View of Insect Flight Steering Dr. Jeff Dawson  

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Outside of the Sphere - Adventures in Space Mining Research Dr. Peter Radziszewski Associate Professor&D Project Leader, Héroux-Devtek #12;Symposium Closing Remarks Session 3 Space - Now and the Future Thinking in Space Robotics and Space Technology Dark Energy Dr. Johanne Heald Space Science and Technology Branch

Dawson, Jeff W.

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Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations-und Gefchirurgie PD Dr. A. R. Simon Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program  

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Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations- und Gefä�chirurgie PD Dr. A. R. Simon Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program Breathing Lung Graft: Vorteile neuer Konservierungsmethoden bei Lungentransplantation #12;Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations- und Gefä�chirurgie, Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program PD Dr. A. R

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Session H -BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (239) Chair: Dr. David Moffett, Loyola Marymount University  

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14 Session H - BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (239) Chair: Dr. David Moffett, Loyola Marymount & Biochemistry, UCB 215, Boulder, CO 80309-0215. S41 (2:15pm) QUANTUM CHEMICAL QUANTIFICATION OF WEAKLY POLAR. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, West Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA 92697. S43 (2:45pm) MEASURING INTERNAL MN

Dahlquist, Kam D.

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Dr. Moon Chen: The Insights of a Cancer Scientist Addressing Asian American Cancer Disparities  

Cancer.gov

Throughout most of his career, Dr. Moon S. Chen, Jr. has sought to address Asian American cancer health disparities through research, outreach, and training. He has also helped NCI reach out to the Asian American community to educate this community about cancer. As part of the “Meet the Researchers” series, Dr. Chen shares his insights with Lifelines.

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HLA-DR?1 constructs block CD74 expression and MIF effects in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.  

PubMed

CD74, the cell-surface form of the MHC class II invariant chain, is a key inflammatory factor that is involved in various immune-mediated diseases as part of the macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) binding complex. However, little is known about the natural regulators of CD74 in this context. In order to study the role of the HLA-DR molecule in regulating CD74, we used the HLA-DR?1 domain, which was shown to bind to and downregulate CD74 on CD11b(+) monocytes. We found that DR?1 directly inhibited binding of MIF to CD74 and blocked its downstream inflammatory effects in the spinal cord of mice with experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE). Potency of the DR?1 domain could be destroyed by trypsin digestion but enhanced by addition of a peptide extension (myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein [MOG]-35-55 peptide) that provided secondary structure not present in DR?1. These data suggest a conformationally sensitive determinant on DR?1-MOG that is responsible for optimal binding to CD74 and antagonism of MIF effects, resulting in reduced axonal damage and reversal of ongoing clinical and histological signs of EAE. These results demonstrate natural antagonist activity of DR?1 for MIF that was strongly potentiated by the MOG peptide extension, resulting in a novel therapeutic, DR?1-MOG-35-55, that within the limitations of the EAE model may have the potential to treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis. PMID:24683185

Meza-Romero, Roberto; Benedek, Gil; Yu, Xiaolin; Mooney, Jeffery L; Dahan, Rony; Duvshani, Nerri; Bucala, Richard; Offner, Halina; Reiter, Yoram; Burrows, Gregory G; Vandenbark, Arthur A

2014-05-01

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Prognostic significance of HLA-DR antigen in serous ovarian tumors  

Microsoft Academic Search

The antigens encoded by the major histocompability complex (HLA-DR) are cell glycoproteins that play a fundamental role in the regulation of the immune response. The prognosis of ovarian cancer is dependent on the histological type and on the clinical stage at diagnosis. Our study reports the value of HLA-DR antigen as a prognostic marker of ovarian serous adenocarcinoma. We studied

D. Tamiolakis; A. Kotini; J. Venizelos; T. Jivannakis; P. Simopoulos; N. Papadopoulos

2003-01-01

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Epidermal synthesis and expression of HLA-DR on keratinocytes in lupus erythematosus  

Microsoft Academic Search

Summary It has been suggested that aberrant expression of HLA-DR plays an important role in the induction of an autoimmune reaction. In lupus erythematosus (LE), skin represents a major target for autoimmune attack. We therefore tested lesional and nonlesional skin from 11 patients with different clinical subtypes of LE for the presence of HLA-DR molecules on keratinocytes using a monoclonal

P. Kaudewitz; T. Ruzicka; M. Meurer; P. Rieber; O. Braun-Falco

1985-01-01

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Dr. Campbell's Bio111 Exam #1 Fall 2003 Fall 2003 Biology 111 Exam #1 -Cellular Communications  

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). #12;Dr. Campbell's Bio111 Exam #1 ­ Fall 2003 4 6 pts. 8) Explain the concepts of voltage and currentDr. Campbell's Bio111 Exam #1 ­ Fall 2003 1 Fall 2003 Biology 111 Exam #1 - Cellular Communications There is no time limit on this test, though I have tried to design one that you should be able to complete within 2

Campbell, A. Malcolm

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Dr. Rick White Richard L. White received his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the  

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Dr. Rick White Richard L. White received his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the University of WisconsinI as head of large software groups and leading the development of Hubble data analysis systems. Dr. White. White is co- investigator on the Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera, which was installed in Hubble

Zanibbi, Richard

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Evolutionary relationship between human major histocompatibility complex HLA-DR haplotypes  

SciTech Connect

HLA-DR haplotypes of the human major histocompatibility complex are organized in five different groups. They can be identified based on the serological specificity expressed by the polymorphic DRB1 locus and by the presence of a characteristic set of DRB genes. The nucleotide sequences of introns 4 and 5 of the two DRB genes (DRB1*01 and DRB6*01) from a DR1 haplotype and the three DRB genes (DRB1*15, DRB6*15, and DRB5*15), from a DR51 haplotype were determined. This study identified endogenous retroviral long terminal repeat elements (ERV9 LTR) located at identical positions in intron 5 of the DRB1 genes in both the DR1 and DR51 haplotypes. Phylogenetic analyses revealed a close evolutionary relationship between these two haplotypes. The DRB5 gene, unique for the DR51 haplotype, may have been lost by a recent gene deletion event creating the DR1 haplotype. A model for the evolution of the human DR haplotypes involving separate duplication and contraction events is presented. 55 refs., 5 figs., 2 tabs.

Svensson, A.C.; Setterblad, N.; Pihlgren, U.; Rask, L.; Andersson, G. [Swedish Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala (Sweden)] [Swedish Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala (Sweden)

1996-09-01

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56 Physik Journal 8 (2009) Nr. 12 2009 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sohler (Pader-  

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Dipl.-Phys. Dieter Waldmann (Malsburg-Marzell) 7. Januar, 65 Jahre Dr. Uwe Walther (Holzhausen) 24 (Erlangen) 8. Januar, 80 Jahre Dr. Karl Wojaczek (Berlin) 2. Januar, 82 Jahre Dr. Peter Zimmermann (Mecken Jahre Prof. Dr. Frank-Peter Wolf (Berlin) 19. Oktober, 73 Jahre Prof. Dr. Bernhard Zeitnitz (Phi

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Star Formation in the DR21 Region (A)  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

[figure removed for brevity, see original site] Annotated mosaic

Hidden behind a shroud of dust in the constellation Cygnus is a stellar nursery called DR21, which is giving birth to some of the most massive stars in our galaxy. Visible light images reveal no trace of this interstellar cauldron because of heavy dust obscuration. In fact, visible light is attenuated in DR21 by a factor of more than 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (ten thousand trillion heptillion).

New images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope allow us to peek behind the cosmic veil and pinpoint one of the most massive natal stars yet seen in our Milky Way galaxy. The never-before-seen star is 100,000 times as bright as the Sun. Also revealed for the first time is a powerful outflow of hot gas emanating from this star and bursting through a giant molecular cloud.

The colorful image (top panel) is a large-scale composite mosaic assembled from data collected at a variety of different wavelengths. Views at visible wavelengths appear blue, near-infrared light is depicted as green, and mid-infrared data from the InfraRed Array Camera (IRAC) aboard NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is portrayed as red. The result is a contrast between structures seen in visible light (blue) and those observed in the infrared (yellow and red). A quick glance shows that most of the action in this image is revealed to the unique eyes of Spitzer. The image covers an area about two times that of a full moon.

Each of the constituent images is shown below the large mosaic. The Digital Sky Survey (DSS) image (lower left) provides a familiar view of deep space, with stars scattered around a dark field. The reddish hue is from gas heated by foreground stars in this region. This fluorescence fades away in the near-infrared Two-Micron All-Sky Survey (2MASS) image (lower center), but other features start to appear through the obscuring clouds of dust, now increasingly transparent. Many more stars are discerned in this image because near-infrared light pierces through some of the obscuration of the interstellar dust. Note that some stars seen as very bright in the visible image are muted in the near-infrared image, whereas other stars become more prominent. Embedded nebulae revealed in the Spitzer image are only hinted at in this picture.

The Spitzer image (lower right) provides a vivid contrast to the other component images, revealing star-forming complexes and large-scale structures otherwise hidden from view. The Spitzer image is composed of photographs obtained at four wavelengths: 3.6 microns (blue), 4.5 microns (green), 5.8 microns (orange) and 8 microns (red). The brightest infrared cloud near the top center corresponds to DR21, which presumably contains a cluster of newly forming stars at a distance of nearly 10,000 light-years.

The red filaments stretching across the Spitzer image denote the presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These organic molecules, comprised of carbon and hydrogen, are excited by surrounding interstellar radiation and become luminescent at wavelengths near 8 microns. The complex pattern of filaments is caused by an intricate combination of radiation pressure, gravity, and magnetic fields. The result is a tapestry in which winds, outflows, and turbulence move and shape the interstellar medium.

2004-01-01

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HLA-DR phenotypes in Spanish coeliac children: their contribution to the understanding of the genetics of the disease.  

PubMed Central

The DR-locus controlled B-cell antigens were studied in 163 unrelated Spanish coeliac children and 68 families of this group, nine of them with more than one coeliac patient, to obtain more information about the association between these antigens and coeliac disease. The results show that the most common coeliac phenotypes are DR3/DR7, DR7/DR5, DR3/other DR, and DR3/DR3. The family study confirmed the segregation of the disease with the above mentioned phenotypes. In eight of the nine multiple case families, all coeliac children shared both HLA-DR antigens. These findings make it unlikely that a single dominant gene linked to HLA-DR controls the susceptibility to coeliac disease. The phenotypes in the patients were not distributed according to the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. Thus, a model based on one recessive susceptibility gene linked to HLA-DR is not probable either. The complexity of the genetics of coeliac disease and some of the features shared with the HLA-DR pattern in juvenile insulin-dependent diabetes are discussed. PMID:6602084

Mearin, M L; Biemond, I; Pena, A S; Polanco, I; Vazquez, C; Schreuder, G T; de Vries, R R; van Rood, J J

1983-01-01

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Human radiation studies: Remembering the early years. Oral history of Dr. Nadine Foreman, M.D., August 19, 1994.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

Dr. Nadine Foreman was interviewed by representatives of the US DOE Office of Human Radiation Experiments (OHRE). Dr. Foreman was selected for interview because of the position she held at the University of California, San Francisco. Following a brief bio...

1995-01-01

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Dr. Maurice Ghysels will speak about aligning new strategies and lan-guage around modern work culture, leadership, and technology.  

E-print Network

around modern work culture, leadership, and technology. Dr. Ghysels is currently serve 27,000 students from birth to age 22. He has extensive leadership, Dr. Ghysels has served as a classroom teacher, a middle and high school prin- cipal

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Dr. Brian Hagen is a founder and Managing Director of Decision Empowerment Institute. He is an internationally acknowledged  

E-print Network

, and pharmaceuticals industries. Dr. Hagen is the creator of PRO Enterprise ManagementTM , a methodology & Insurance Magazine for PRO Enterprise ManagementTM . Dr. Hagen holds undergraduate and graduate degrees

de Lijser, Peter

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math.did. 28 (2005) 1 3 Vorwort: Herrn Professor Dr. Hans Schupp zum siebzigsten Geburtstag ....... 5  

E-print Network

math.did. 28 (2005) 1 3 Inhalt Vorwort: Herrn Professor Dr. Hans Schupp zum siebzigsten Geburtstag Hans Schupp .................................................................. 167 Laudatio: Herrn Professor Dr. Hans Schupp zum siebzigsten Geburtstag ....... 173 Anselm Lambert #12;

Hischer, Horst

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Reflections of a soon-to-be former DR  

SciTech Connect

SRP, formerly known as Salt River Project, is actually a combination of two organizations, The Salt River Valley Water Users` Association (the {open_quotes}Association{close_quotes}), and the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District (the {open_quotes}District{close_quotes}). The Association was incorporated under the laws of the Territory of Arizona in 1903, and is one of the first projects authorized under the Federal Reclamation Act of 1902. The District was formed in 1937 as a political subdivision of the State of Arizona, and is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Electric System and the irrigation and water supply system. Generation and sale of electrical power and energy represent a significant portion of the District`s investment and revenues. SRP has a total capability of over 5000 MW from hydroelectric, thermal and purchased sources, Of this, almost 2400 MW is provided by Title IV, Phase II affected units. Phase II units must comply with the SO{sub 2} allowance program starting in the year 2000. SRP operates four facilities having Title IV units. The implementation of Title IV requires the selection of a Designated Representative (DR) to represent the utility and all utilities in the participation plants the utility may operate, to be responsible for reporting emissions of sulfur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen to the United States Environmental Protection Agency on a quarterly and annual basis and certify to the accuracy and completeness of the information.

Larson, N.I. [SRP, Phoenix, AZ (United States)

1997-12-31

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2012 DR30, The Most Distant Solar System Object  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

2012 DR30, the most distant TNO in the Solar System (a=1103 AU) has recently been observed with the Herschel Space Observatory. Radiometric model results using the far-infrared fluxes and visual range data show a dark and cratered surface (p_V = 6%) and provide a diameter of 200km. If considered as a Centaur, this is the fifth largest object known in this dynamical class. Recent visual range measurements indicate the presence of methane ice on the surface, a feature that has been seen previously for objects with diameters of >=1000km only (like Eris, Makemake and Pluto). The presence of methane ice can be explained assuming that the object spent most of its lifetime in a very cold environment and has been recently placed to its present orbit. This scenario is in agreement with the results of a dynamical study of the object's orbit, also suggesting an Oort-cloud origin. This research has been supported by the following grants: (1) The PECS program of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Hungarian Space Office, PECS-98073; (2) C.K. and A.P. acknowledges the support of the Bolyai Research Fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Kiss, Csaba; Szabó, G.; Pál, A.; Kiss, L.; Sárneczky, K.; Müller, T.; Vilenius, E.; Santos-Sanz, P.; Lellouch, E.; Conn, B.; Ortiz, J.; Duffard, R.; Morales, N.; Horner, J.; Bannister, M.; Stansberry, J.

2012-10-01

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Specificity and promiscuity among naturally processed peptides bound to HLA-DR alleles  

PubMed Central

Naturally processed peptides were acid extracted from immunoaffinity- purified HLA-DR2, DR3, DR4, DR7, and DR8. Using the complementary techniques of mass spectrometry and Edman microsequencing, > 200 unique peptide masses were identified from each allele, ranging from 1,200 to 4,000 daltons (10-34 residues in length), and a total of 201 peptide sequences were obtained. These peptides were derived from 66 different source proteins and represented sets nested at both the amino- and carboxy-terminal ends with an average length of 15-18 amino acids. Strikingly, most of the peptides (> 85%) were derived from endogenous proteins that intersect the endocytic/class II pathway, even though class II molecules are thought to function mainly in the presentation of exogenous foreign peptide antigens. The predominant endogenous peptides were derived from major histocompatibility complex-related molecules. A few peptides derived from exogenous bovine serum proteins were also bound to every allele. Four prominent promiscuous self- peptide sets (capable of binding to multiple HLA-DR alleles) as well as 84 allele-specific peptide sets were identified. Binding experiments confirmed that the promiscuous peptides have high affinity for the binding groove of all HLA-DR alleles examined. A potential physiologic role for these endogenous self-peptides as immunomodulators of the cellular immune response is discussed. PMID:8315383

1993-01-01