A general term covering bibliographical and bibliothecal classifications. It mostly refers to library CLASSIFICATION for arrangement of books and documents on the shelves. (Harrod's Librarians' Glossary, 7th ed, p85)
Critical analyses of books or other monographic works.
Books containing photographs, prints, drawings, portraits, plates, diagrams, facsimiles, maps, tables, or other representations or systematic arrangement of data designed to elucidate or decorate its contents. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983, p114)
Books in the field of medicine intended primarily for consultation.
Books designed by the arrangement and treatment of their subject matter to be consulted for definite terms of information rather than to be read consecutively. Reference books include DICTIONARIES; ENCYCLOPEDIAS; ATLASES; etc. (From the ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The systematic arrangement of entities in any field into categories classes based on common characteristics such as properties, morphology, subject matter, etc.
A dissociative disorder in which the individual adopts two or more distinct personalities. Each personality is a fully integrated and complex unit with memories, behavior patterns and social friendships. Transition from one personality to another is sudden.
Psychiatric illness or diseases manifested by breakdowns in the adaptational process expressed primarily as abnormalities of thought, feeling, and behavior producing either distress or impairment of function.
Geological formations consisting of underground enclosures with access from the surface.
The terms, expressions, designations, or symbols used in a particular science, discipline, or specialized subject area.
A major deviation from normal patterns of behavior.
A severe emotional disorder of psychotic depth characteristically marked by a retreat from reality with delusion formation, HALLUCINATIONS, emotional disharmony, and regressive behavior.
Phylum in the domain Eukarya, comprised of animals either with fully developed backbones (VERTEBRATES), or those with notochords only during some developmental stage (CHORDATA, NONVERTEBRATE).
A portion of the animal phylum Chordata comprised of the subphyla CEPHALOCHORDATA; UROCHORDATA, and HYPEROTRETI, but not including the Vertebrata (VERTEBRATES). It includes nonvertebrate animals having a NOTOCHORD during some developmental stage.
Cold-blooded, air-breathing VERTEBRATES belonging to the class Reptilia, usually covered with external scales or bony plates.
A subphylum of chordates intermediate between the invertebrates and the true vertebrates. It includes the Ascidians.
A group of pathogens comprising the smallest known agents of infectious disease. They are unencapsulated and are capable of replicating autonomously in susceptible cells. Positively identified viroids composed of single-stranded RNA have been isolated from higher plants, but the existence of DNA viroids pathogenic to animals is suspected.
Animals that have no spinal column.
Methods, procedures, and tests performed to diagnose disease, disordered function, or disability.
Shortened forms of written words or phrases used for brevity.
Published materials which provide an examination of recent or current literature. Review articles can cover a wide range of subject matter at various levels of completeness and comprehensiveness based on analyses of literature that may include research findings. The review may reflect the state of the art. It also includes reviews as a literary form.
Based on known statistical data, the number of years which any person of a given age may reasonably expected to live.
EXOPEPTIDASES that specifically act on dipeptides. EC 3.4.13.
A systematic statement of policy rules or principles. Guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by convening expert panels. The text may be cursive or in outline form but is generally a comprehensive guide to problems and approaches in any field of activity. For guidelines in the field of health care and clinical medicine, PRACTICE GUIDELINES AS TOPIC is available.
A monotheistic religion promulgated by the Prophet Mohammed with Allah as the deity.
The distinctly human attributes and attainments of a particular society.
The fundamental dispositions and traits of humans. (Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)
The common orally transmitted traditions, myths, festivals, songs, superstitions, and stories of all peoples.
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.

Past presidents I have known. (1/14)

This paper is an account of the accomplishments of some of the early past presidents of the Medical Library Association known personally to the author in his career as a medical librarian. It demonstrates the qualities that made these librarians leaders of our profession and also indicates their personal attributes that contributed to the advancement of medical librarianship. It is hoped that the historical presentation of some of the giants of our profession will inspire present and future presidents and other medical librarians with an understanding of some of the qualities necessary to the continuing success of our profession. Sir William Osler, who was a great believer in libraries and librarians and himself a Past President of MLA, summed up four qualities in his advice to medical students equally applicable to past and present leadership in the library profession-(1) the art of detachment, (2) the virtue of method, (3) the quality of thoroughness, (4) the grace of humility (Osler, Sir William. Teacher and Student. In his Aequanimitas: with Other Addresses to Medical Students. 3d ed. Philadelphia, Blakiston Company, 1904. p. 27-31.). It is thought that our past presidents possessed all of these qualities.  (+info)

Online tables of contents for books: effect on usage. (2/14)

OBJECTIVES: To explore whether the presence of online tables of contents (TOC) in an online catalog affects circulation (checkouts and inhouse usage). Two major questions were posed: (1) did the presence of online tables of contents for books increase use, and, (2) if it did, what factors might cause the increase? METHOD: A randomized and stratified design was used in tracking usage of 3,957 book titles that were previously divided into two groups: one with TOC and one without TOC. Stratification was done for year of imprint, location, subject, previous use, circulating or non-circulating status, and presence of TOC. The use was tracked by the online catalog statistics in the InnoPac online catalog for fourteen months. RESULTS: The study found that tables of contents do increase usage. It also showed a correlation in the size of the effect based on the currency of the titles. In general, even after adjusting for all of the variables (publication date, location, circulation status, subject, and previous use), the odds of a title being used increased by 45% if the titles had online tables of contents, a statistically significant impact at the 0.05 level. CONCLUSIONS: This case-control study presents new information about the impact on circulation and inhouse use when tables of contents for books are added to the online catalog record. The study helps to establish the positive role of tables of contents in online catalogs. The research establishes TOC as a major parameter that can be successfully studied using quantitative methods. The study also provides information professionals with some guidance on when enhancement of TOC is likely to be most effective in increasing the use of existing collections.  (+info)

A HISTORICAL MEDICAL COLLECTION, AND SOME OF THE PROBLEMS IT PRESENTS. (3/14)

The organization of a historical collection in a medical library presents many problems. Among these are space limitations, choice of material to be included, and classification. This paper discusses the organization of the historical collection particularly as it relates to books and journals in the Rudolph Matas Medical Library of Tulane University. The problem of classification is discussed at length. The principal classification systems are reviewed, particularly that of the National Library of Medicine Classification. The expansion of the NLM scheme to suit our purpose is presented. This includes classifying Americana imprints by subject rather than state, changing the termination date of Americana to 1900, grouping the history of specialties with books on the history of medicine, and recognizing the problem involved in reclassifying books on military medicine and surgery. The selection and arrangement of periodicals relating to the history of medicine is also discussed.  (+info)

Trends in types of dermatology books available over the last ten years. (4/14)

Shifts in interest toward cosmetic and surgical dermatology and away from medical and academic dermatology have been observed in recent years. We hypothesized that this trend would be evident in the types of books available for purchase from a major medical textbook supplier. Books published from 1998-2008 were categorized by type and statistical testing was performed to determine if this trend has been reflected in books published. The percentage of medical dermatology books decreased over time, whereas the percentage of cosmetic and surgical dermatology books increased over time.  (+info)

Foundations of medical librarianship. (5/14)

The development of medical librarianship during the last forty years is examined as reflected in the changes of its resources, technology, education, and knowledge base. A shift from historical to scientific inquiry constitutes the direction of medical librarianship. Its nexus is the gathering of information and the transfer of knowledge. The social and human resources for this ongoing change and the basis for a quest for excellence is seen in the pool of talent represented by hospital librarians and the aspirations of the women's movement for equality.  (+info)

Classification systems used in medical libraries. (6/14)

The present study identifies the classification systems used in 941 libraries. It explores the reasons behind the choice of the National Library of Medicine Classification by 589 libraries. Reclassification procedures were investigated through a questionnaire sent to twenty-five libraries that have changed to NLM since 1959. Statistics and replies are given on: the classification systems employed prior to reclassification; the use of broad or specific Library of Congress class numbers in the LC schedules outside the scope of the NLM schedules; the number of catalogers in each library doing the reclassification; the use of cut-off dates for retrospective materials; the adoption of MeSH headings; user preference; and cost differences. Chief reasons for the change to NLM proved to be local circumstances, currency, arrangement of subclasses by NLM, its dovetailing with the LC Classification, and reliance upon nationally centralized cataloging services.  (+info)

A regional cooperative acquisition program for monographs. (7/14)

A cooperative acquisition program for monographs for the twelve resource libraries in Region IX of the Regional Medical Library Network is described. Each of the participating libraries has agreed to purchase all books of an assigned publisher which fall within a prescribed subject-format profile. It is hoped that this will help to reduce unnecessary duplication and contribute toward the development of resources in the region.  (+info)

Thoughts on cataloging and classification in a small medical library. (8/14)

This article is based on experience with small library collections. It is an effort to point out some of the problems in cataloging and classification, to arouse an interest in self-analysis on the part of the small library, and to offer some suggestions as to how the small institution can streamline techniques and economize on meager resources with no loss of value to the card catalog. It is recognized that the catalogs in many small libraries are unsuited for their tasks as a result of adhering to philosophies of larger institutions. The small institution has neither the need nor resources for such completeness in cataloging and classification. Deviation from standard rules is not advocated. However, consistency in treatment is advised and adherence in depth to standard rules is questioned.  (+info)

READ BOOK Classification Made Simple by Eric J. Hunter. -,-,-,-,ONLINE BOOK Classification Made Simple by Eric J. Hunter. -,-,-,-, DOWNLOAD BOOK Classification Made Simple by Eric J. Hunter. Book description. This established textbook introduces the essentials of classification as used for information storage and retrieval. By adopting a gradual progression from very basic principles and by providing practical examples, it enables the reader to gain a firm grasp of one idea before proceeding to the next.In information work, classification may be used in various ways, for coding in computerized systems; for the organization of manual and machine-readable files and catalogues; and for shelf arrangement in libraries and information services. It can constitute a basis for the production of alphabetical authority lists of subject terms, or thesauri, and can be applied to other subject indexing and search techniques. The approach adopted here is a wide one and is not limited to classification for one ...
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A reference collection is a collection of objects maintained for the purpose of study and authentication. Reference collections are generally large undertakings maintained by institutions; instead of having a single representative of each object, they will typically have multiples, so as to illustrate variations and, sometimes, provide samples for comparisons. For human-created objects such as postage stamps or coins, a good reference collection will also include an assortment of (carefully labelled) fakes and forgeries. Since the purpose is study rather than personal gratification or display, a reference collection values damaged objects as much as the pristine; in fact, organizations maintaining reference collections will encourage members to donate their damaged or poor-condition items to the collection. In biology, reference collections, such as herbaria are an important sort of information about variations of populations within a species. They are also the repository of holotypes used as ...
Some of the earliest major Mongolian acquisitions at Penn came through a cooperative acquisition program administered by the Library of Congress New Delhi Office. Starting in 2016, the Penn Libraries, together, undertook an expansion of its Mongolian holdings. Retrospective acquisitions in Ulaanbaatar, made with support from the School of Arts and Sciences in 2016, form the foundation of the expanded Mongolian Collection. Large quantities of additional materials, many of them less commonly held, have been acquired through gifts: the Georgij Sanji Zagadinow Collection of Kalmyk Materials (and papers) and the Tsorj Lama Collection.. With these recent developments, Penn joins the Library of Congress, Indiana University, University of Eastern Washington, and Harvard University in holding substantial Mongolian collections. ...
Online Table II describes the twin subject population (n=344 individuals). Female subjects (n=267) had lower basal SBP (P=0.0438), plasma epinephrine (P=0.0065), urinary epinephrine (P=0.0284), and norepinephrine (P=0.0192) values than male subjects (n=77), consistent with previous reports.21. Older subjects (age ≥40 years, n=180) had higher basal SBP (P,0.0001) and DBP (P,0.0001) and poststress SBP (P,0.0001) and DBP (P=0.0008) values than younger subjects (n=164). Older subjects had lower baroreceptor slope, during both upward (P,0.0001) and downward (P,0.0001) deflections. Plasma norepinephrine was increased (P=0.0045) in older subjects.. Online Table III presents correlations between variables. In general, similar correlations were obtained with the parametric and nonparametric methods. Because of the effects of sex and age (online Table II), further inferential statistics were performed on age- and sex-adjusted data. Urinary norepinephrine excretion correlated directly with basal SBP, ...
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Goldfield GS, Mallory R, Parker T, Cunningham T, Legg C, Lumb A, Parker K, Prudhomme D, Gaboury I, Adamo KB. Effects of open-loop feedback on physical activity and television viewing in overweight and obese children: a randomized, controlled trial. Pediatrics 2006 Jul;118(1):e157-e166 ...
Annesi JJ, Westcott WL, Faigenbaum AD, Unruh JL. Effects of a 12-week physical activity protocol delivered by YMCA after-school counselors (Youth Fit for Life) on fitness and self-efficacy changes in 5-12-year-old boys and girls. Res.Q.Exerc.Sport 2005 Dec;76(4):468-76 ...
The Global Pollen Project collates information from independent reference collections into this global reference collection. We use the Global Pollen Projects taxonomic backbone to define botanical names.. ...
Willis, Kathy J , Americas Reference Collection (Version 1). Digitised Palynological Reference Collection accessed via globalpollenproject.org on 10/21/2020 22:27:04. ...
Richard Olshen. Dr. Olshens interests regarding research are in statistics and mathematics and their applications to medicine and biology. Many efforts have concerned binary tree-structured algorithms for classification, regression, survival analysis, and clustering. Those for classification and survival analysis have been used with success in computer-aided diagnosis and prognosis, especially in cardiology, oncology, and toxicology. With the late Leo Breiman, Jerome Friedman (of Stanford), and Charles Stone (of the University of California, Berkeley) he coauthored the book Classification and Regression Trees, that gives motivation, algorithms, various examples, and mathematical theory for what have come to be known as CART algorithms. The approaches to tree-structured clustering have been applied to lossy data compression, especially in digital radiography (with Robert Gray of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford and others), and also to HIV genetics. Recent research concerns ...
The Genetic Analysis Workshop 14 simulated dataset was designed 1) To test the ability to find genes related to a complex disease (such as alcoholism). Such a disease may be given a variety of definitions by different investigators, have associated endophenotypes that are common in the general population, and is likely to be not one disease but a heterogeneous collection of clinically similar, but genetically distinct, entities. 2) To observe the effect on genetic analysis and gene discovery of a complex set of gene × gene interactions. 3) To allow comparison of microsatellite vs. large-scale single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data. 4) To allow testing of association to identify the disease gene and the effect of moderate marker × marker linkage disequilibrium. 5) To observe the effect of different ascertainment/disease definition schemes on the analysis. Data was distributed in two forms. Data distributed to participants contained about 1,000 SNPs and 400 microsatellite markers. Internet-obtainable
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An oncolytic virus, due to its ability to replicate and lyse cancer cells while leaving normal cells intact, is an example of targeted cancer therapy. Reovirus is intrinsically oncolytic without the need for any genetic manipulation due to its ability to target cells with an activated ras pathway. micro RNAs (miRNA) play critical role in both viral infection and oncogene activation. While significant advances in the role of miRNA in a variety of diseases including cancer have been made, the majority of the studies done on miRNA signatures have been done using homogenized tissue, typically via RT PCR. While useful, one drawback of this methodology is that it is, in essence, a population study, sampled from a heterogeneous collection of cells and tissue types. The miRNA signatures found via these methods are not able to determine whether the miR and target protein were found in the same tissue type (tumor, stroma, etc). Microscopy-based multi-analyte methods offer the benefit of visualizing miRNAs ...
The Genetic Analysis Workshop 14 simulated dataset was designed 1) To test the ability to find genes related to a complex disease (such as alcoholism). Such a disease may be given a variety of definitions by different investigators, have associated endophenotypes that are common in the general population, and is likely to be not one disease but a heterogeneous collection of clinically similar, but genetically distinct, entities. 2) To observe the effect on genetic analysis and gene discovery of a complex set of gene × gene interactions. 3) To allow comparison of microsatellite vs. large-scale single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data. 4) To allow testing of association to identify the disease gene and the effect of moderate marker × marker linkage disequilibrium. 5) To observe the effect of different ascertainment/disease definition schemes on the analysis. Data was distributed in two forms. Data distributed to participants contained about 1,000 SNPs and 400 microsatellite markers. Internet-obtainable
The Town and Gown Reference Collection contains files of clippings, reports, publications, flyers, and other material concerning the Universitys relations with the city and county of Durham and the Research Triangle region. This collection was compiled from a variety of sources by the University Archives for use in reference and research. The collection contains files of clippings, reports, publications, flyers, and other material concerning the Universitys relationships with, impact on, and service to the city and county, and the region. The bulk dates are 1965 to 1995. Major topics include education, financial matters (including taxation), transportation, and student service to the community through organizations such as Kazi Ya Sanna (work of art in Swahili, 1997) and CHANCE (Concern and Help for the Advancement of Needy Children through Education, 1987). Major programs covered include the Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership and the Education Improvement Program, a project funded by the ...
3.4. Capitalization * Capitalization must be consistent within the document and ideally should be consistent with related RFCs. Refer to the online table of decisions on consistent usage of terms in RFCs [TERMS]. * Per CMOS guidelines, the major words in RFC titles and section titles should be capitalized (this is sometimes called title case). Typically, all words in a title will be capitalized, except for internal articles, prepositions, and conjunctions. * Section titles that are in sentence form will follow typical sentence capitalization. * Titles of figures may be in sentence form or use title case. 3.5. Citations * References and citations must match. That is, there must be a reference for each citation used, and vice versa. * Citations must be enclosed in square brackets (e.g., [CITE1]). * A citation/reference tag must not contain spaces. Example: [RFC2119] rather than [RFC 2119] However, the proper textual naming of an RFC contains a space. Example: See RFC 2119 [BCP14] for more ...
Statistics on illness, accidental injuries, disability, use of hospital, medical, dental, and other services, and other health-related topics, all based on data collection in the continuing national household survey.. Notice: Series 10 Reports are now discontinued. For the 2013 and later NHIS, Summary Health Statistics are instead provided in online tables.. Persons with disabilities who experience problems accessing PDF files should contact [email protected]dc.gov or call 301-458-4688.. Citation as to source is appreciated, when quotations are used in publications.. ...
Although it is well recognized that arrhythmias are a significant cause of death in ischemic heart disease, the role of acute hypoxia in induction of arrhythmia is not well understood. We incorporated all published data reporting the effects of acute hypoxia on INa, INa-L, ICa-L, IKs, and IKr into the Luo-Rudy model of a cardiac ventricular AP and determined the effect on AP morphology and APD. In the absence of β-AR stimulation, hypoxia has little effect on the AP (Figures 2, 5, and 6⇑⇑) even when we modeled the effects of hypoxia on INa-L and INa at twice the rates reported in published studies.14-16 In the presence of β-AR stimulation in a paced cell, EADs are generated only at CL of 1000 ms when the effects of hypoxia on ICa-L are modeled alone or together with hypoxic IKs (Figure 5). Experimental results confirm the modeling results (Figure 8, Online Figure VIII, and Online Table I). Similar results were obtained for pause-induced EADs at a shorter CL of 300 ms (Figure 6). EADs ...
In this category, perfusion imaging was used (alone or in conjunction with other tests) to predict patient outcome. The 26 articles in this category are listed in on-line Table 1.3-28 Two approaches have been used with regard to predictors. First, some studies have used serial perfusion imaging during the first 1 to 4 days after acute cerebral ischemia, in which the change in perfusion imaging (as evidence of reperfusion) was used as the predictor of later clinical outcome. Some of these studies were prospective clinical trials of thrombolytic treatment in which all patients had evidence of perfusion-diffusion mismatch at entry.3,9,10 Because the perfusion imaging data were serial in nature, by definition they were retrospectively analyzed after therapy was administered. Thus, although the studies were prospective, only the first perfusion imaging dataset could have influenced decision making. Other studies in category 2 were solely retrospective ones; as such, the role of initial perfusion ...
Anyway you show a 95% mash efficiency with 13.9 gal pre-boil and 12 gal post-boil. Using the shown grain measurements I come up with 67.7 gravity points maximum from the five grains for the 13.9 gal wort collected (using 38, 37, 32, 34, 28 max PPG respectively for each of the 5 grains in order in the recipe, from Palmers online table). With a 95% mash efficiency that makes the pre-boil gravity 1.064 points. Assuming a boil down to 12 gallons I then get 1.074 as the post-boil gravity which is a wee bit higher than the 1.068 shown in the recipe ...
The Electronic Security Association communicated the sad news yesterday that one of its past presidents, Henry John Poile, had passed away. He served as president of the National Burglar &
NEHA Past Presidents 1937: H.A. Jewett (deceased) 1938: Jack G. Baker 1939: N.W. Pickett (deceased) 1940: Will W. Butler (deceased) 1941: Clifford Baughman 1941-1942: A. Harry Bliss, DrPA (deceased) 1942: F.D. Sweger (deceased) 1942-1943: William L. Nunes 1943-1944: Fred J. Shortridge 1944-1945: Ed Beale (deceased) 1945-1946: Roscoe C. Davis (deceased) 1946-1947: Ellis R. Shields
Do you sometimes wonder what our past presidents did in their early years before becoming President of the United States? From George Washington to Gerald Ford, lets take a look at what 13 of our past presidents did before assuming office.
Suparna Rajaram is the new APS President. Susan Goldin-Meadow becomes Immediate Past President. Barbara G. Tversky becomes President-Elect, and Stacey Sinclair and Howard M. Weiss begin 3-year terms as Members-at-Large.
I am honored to assume the presidency of this incredible organization. I would like to thank my predecessors on the Presidential Line, Past Presidents Ken Cheung, David Polly, and John Dormans and President Elect Peter Newton, who have helped guide me and partnered with me through these last years leading up to my presidency. Their work and dedication to the society, along with those who work in the office under Tressa Gouldings oversight, is amazing to me and unlike any I have seen in a volunteer organization. We should all be lucky to have them in our midst.. Read more » ...
Suparna Rajaram is the new APS President. Susan Goldin-Meadow becomes Immediate Past President. Barbara G. Tversky becomes President-Elect, and Stacey Sinclair and Howard M. Weiss begin 3-year terms as Members-at-Large.. … More. ...
If growing roses seems like a thorny prospect, its time to pull on your gardening gloves and put aside your fears.Topeka Rose Society members say the beautiful flowers arent difficult to grow. All they need is water, food, sunshine and a little attention.There are thousands of types of roses … and you can never have enough, said Greg Laird, past president of the organization.Laird speaks from experience. He and his wife, Linda, tend two acres of roses on property near Lake
Browsing (Book Classification range subject). Call Numbers - Browsing the shelves.. Universiti Malaysia Sabah Library uses the Library of Congress Classification Scheme to organize books and journals. The most efficient way to locate material in the library is to search the library catalogue, however the following may be useful as a guide when browsing the shelves.. ...
Efficient access to information contained in online scientific literature collections is essential for life science research, playing a crucial role from the initial stage of experiment planning to the final interpretation and communication of the results. The biological literature also constitutes the main information source for manual literature curation used by expert-curated databases. Following the increasing popularity of web-based applications for analyzing biological data, new text-mining and information extraction strategies are being implemented. These systems exploit existing regularities in natural language to extract biologically relevant information from electronic texts automatically. The aim of the BioCreative challenge is to promote the development of such tools and to provide insight into their performance. This review presents a general introduction to the main characteristics and applications of currently available text-mining systems for life sciences in terms of the following: the
A vertebral-epidural spinal arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is an abnormal arteriovenous shunt connecting the vertebral artery to the spinal epidural venous plexus, and may occur spontaneously or secondary to a variety of causes. These unique lesions are uncommon in adults and rarer still in children. Previous reports have grouped together a heterogeneous collection of such arteriovenous lesions, including arterial contributions from the upper and lower vertebral artery, with venous drainage into a variety of spinal and paraspinal collectors. Here, through two cases, we delineate a distinct entity, the lower vertebral-to-epidural AVF. The salient clinical and anatomic features are summarized and contextualized within the broader constellation of vertebrovertebral AVF, the utility of a transarterial intravenous/retrograde intra-arterial endovascular approach is highlighted, and a new use of the Penumbra Occlusion Device (Penumbra Inc) for this purpose is reported.. ...
The lysosomal storage diseases represent a heterogeneous collection of disorders caused by the malfunction of the lysosomes or one of their digestive proteins, eg. Tay-Sachs or Pompes disease. Enzyme deficiency leads to the accumulation of substrates within the cell, resulting in impaired overall cell metabolism. Broadly, these can be classified into one of three categories according to symptoms/signs: • neurological regression, hypotonia or fitting • dysmorphia • hepato/splenomegaly. ...
Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa has given renewed hope again to the 485 Nigerian voluntary Returnees
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This publication includes online tables for the most important indicators from the 2015/16 New Zealand Health Survey. These are self-rated health, smoking, past-year drinking, hazardous drinking, obesity, mental health status, unmet need for GP due to cost and unfilled prescriptions due to cost.
The present study provides quantitative reference values for cerebral development, based on 107 MRIs acquired between 25 and 40 weeks in 39 very preterm infants. We used a newly developed sequence, MP2RAGE, which gives the T1 relaxation time, and compared it with MR imaging markers, ADC and FA. The selected cohort can be considered cerebral-low-risk, according to the exclusion criteria. Our findings were comparable with existing data (On-line Tables 3 and 4) issued from fetuses and preterm infants, detailed below.. Given fetal diffusion values and maturation curves obtained between 22 and 36 weeks, our findings of ADC and FA values were comparable with the ones presented by different groups,20⇓-22 though subtle differences between fetuses at 37 weeks of gestation and preterm infants at TEA were reported.23 No fetal data of T1 values are available.. While a multitude of data exist for preterm infants at TEA,24,25 only a few studies have described the longitudinal evolution of quantitative brain ...
There are five crews that man the centers. Each crew consists of approximately 40 people, and are designated as Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, and Echo. Under normal conditions only one crew will be on duty during an eight-hour shift. With the development of large computers and with the advent of the threat of ballistic attack, NORAD developed a series of semiautomated warning and assessment systems, culminating with the development of the 427M system contained within Cheyenne Mountain, which became operational in 1979. As soon as the 427M system became operational NORAD and the US Air Force Air Defense Command developed a series of command-level programs to resolve operational and sustainment problems with the 427M system by the creation of individual acquisition programs with limited scope and cost. In 1981, the Air Force began a modernization effort consisting of five separate acquisitions to replace aging and obsolete computer systems at the Cheyenne Mountain Complex. By the mid 1980s, six ...
The American Society for Virology WOLFGANG K. (Bill) JOKLIK Founding President 1981-1983 Duke University Medical Center HAROLD S. GINSBERG 1983-1984 Columbia…
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E. At the bi-annual meeting, the Executive VP shall keep minutes of the proceedings.. Section 4: Franceschetti Lectureship Nominating Committee. 1. The Committee shall consist of the past President(s) of the Society, the current President, the Executive VP, of Dr. Albert Franceschetti, of the Editor-in-Chief of Ophthalmic Genetics, and of three members appointed for consultation on this issue by the current President, with at least one member of the Committee who has delivered the Franceschetti lecture.. Section 5: Ellsworth Lectureship Nominating Committee. 1. The Committee shall consist of the 4 Members of the Retinoblastoma Group of the Society who have delivered the Ellsworth Lecture, of the President and of the Executive Vice-President of the Society.. ...
Notes: The reference system provides subject-oriented search and sequence-oriented search for reference collection. The reference filter supports the classification and selection of references. You can use a group of buttons to select references based on your interest or the relative level of references that are justified base on some criteria, e.g. trusted or high similairties. By deafult, PSCA shows the references whose levels are better than gathering or high similarity of reference classification. ...
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Theres much to be said for collegial decision-making as an alternative to threats and strikes, says a report to the campus from the staff relations committee. The second in a series of responses to the staff associations morale survey last year, under the title Hows the Climate, the report appears in full in todays Gazette. The staff relations committee is made up of staff association leaders and members of UWs administration, and has a different chair every year. Currently its Anne Jenson, past president of the staff association. One of the topics discussed in todays report is Lack of Power -- a phrase some people who responded to the survey applied to the association itself. Says the committee report: Some members of the community perceive power to be synonymous with the ability to strike, and that the Staff Association has no power because staff salaries are not negotiated and because staff isnt unionized. The Staff Relations Committee would like to share with the ...
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Nyasasaurus ("Lake Nyasa lizard") is an extinct genus of Archosaur reptile from the Middle Triassic Manda Beds of Tanzania. It may be the earliest known dinosaur. The discovery was a handful of bones from two individuals, so its anatomy is only partly known. The bones were collected in the early 1930s, but have only recently been analysed. Researchers said: "Nyasasaurus possesses a unique combination of dinosaur character states and an elevated growth rate similar to that of definitive early dinosaurs. It demonstrates that the initial dinosaur radiation occurred over a longer timescale than previously thought (possibly 15 million years earlier)".[1] The find was six vertebrae and a humerus from one specimen, and five vertebrae from another. The humerus has a muscle attachment which is characteristic of dinosaurs (a long 'deltopectoral crest'). Other features are consistent with its being a basal dinosaur.[1] Previously, the oldest record of dinosaurs was from Argentina and dated back to the ...
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OST is a component of the translocon in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membrane. A lipid-linked core-oligosaccharide is assembled at the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum and transferred to selected asparagine residues of nascent polypeptide chains by the oligosaccharyl transferase complex.[3] The active site of OST is located about 4 nm from the lumenal face of the ER membrane.[4] It usually acts during translation as the nascent protein is entering the ER, but this cotranslational glycosylation is nevertheless called a posttranslational modification. A few examples have been found of OST activity after translation is complete.[5][6] Current opinion is that post-translational activity may occur if the protein is poorly folded or folds slowly.[6] ...
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