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*  DNA vaccination
Fynan, E.F.; Webster, R.G.; Fuller, D.H.; Haynes, J.R.; Santoro, J.C.; Robinson, H.L. (1993). "DNA vaccines: protective ... ELI can be used to identify which genes induce a protective response. This has been tested with Mycoplasma pulmonis, a murine ... 1997). "Potent, protective anti-HIV immune responses generated by bimodal HIV envelope DNA plus protein vaccination". ... Fu TM, Friedman A, Ulmer JB, Liu MA, Donnelly JJ (April 1, 1997). "Protective cellular immunity: cytotoxic T-lymphocyte ...
*  Anthrax toxin
... is composed of a cell-binding protein, known as protective antigen (PA), and two enzyme components, called edema ... Anthrax toxin is a mixture of three protein components: (i) protective antigen (PA), (ii) edema factor (EF), and (iii) lethal ... Structural basis for the unfolding anthrax lethal factor by protective antigen oligomers. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2010, 17(11): ... "The Protective Antigen Component of Anthrax Toxin Forms Functional Octameric Complexes". Journal of Molecular Biology. 392 (3 ...
*  Reperfusion injury
There are some preliminary studies that seem to indicate that treatment with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) can have a protective ... Pretreatment with a CB2 receptor antagonist attenuated the protective effects of Δ8-THCV, while a CB1 antagonist tended to ... both of which have been shown to be protective against I/R injury. Crush syndrome Ischemia Myocardial infarction - Reperfusion ... inflammatory responses through cannabinoid CB2 receptors and thereby decrease tissue injury and inflammation with a protective ...
*  Protective put
A protective put, or married put, is a portfolio strategy where an investor buys shares of a stock and, at the same time, ...
*  Protective relay
... s can also be classified by the type of measurement they make.:92 A protective relay may respond to the ... Mason, C. Russell (January 15, 1956). The Art and Science of Protective Relaying. ISBN 0-471-57552-6. Protective Relays ... The various protective functions available on a given relay are denoted by standard ANSI device numbers. For example, a relay ... Digital protective relays were in their infancy during the late 1960s. An experimental digital protection system was tested in ...
*  Protective trust
... "protective trust" in its trust deed. Protective trusts are subject to challenge under creditor protection legislation as are ... The Protective Trust is a form of settlement found in England and Wales and several Commonwealth countries. It has marked ... Such protective trusts have a longstanding history. To reduce the verbose definitions that had previously to be recited in the ... To give protection to beneficiaries, a protective trust automatically converts into a discretionary trust, under which the ...
*  Protective laws
In Egypt, in c. the 1920s, the Egyptian Feminist Union advocated for protective legislation. Baron, Ava (1981). "Protective ... Protective laws were enacted to protect women from certain hazards or difficulties of paid work. These laws had the effect of ... An argument for protective laws still sometimes arises, as with debates over the U.S. military's continuing legal ban on women ... The name is not a formal one, but is a widely used colloquial term, as was the term protective legislation. Over a thousand ...
*  Protective sign
... s are symbols to be used during an armed conflict to mark persons and objects under the protection of various ... Usage of protective signs is restricted to armed conflicts. They are to be used only by eligible organizations or groups to ... The misuse of protective signs is a violation of international humanitarian law and punishable under the national law of all ... However, the emblem of the Roerich Pact is still a valid protective sign in the relations between states which are bound by the ...
*  Protective autoimmunity
The concept of protective autoimmunity is relatively new, and it has been shadowed by the historic and yet dominant view of ... Skepticism towards protective autoimmunity has been further fueled by the general concept of the CNS as being an immune ... Protective autoimmunity is a condition in which cells of the adaptive immune system contribute to maintenance of the functional ... The term 'protective autoimmunity' was coined by Prof. Michal Schwartz of the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel), whose ...
*  Protective Life
... Corporation Board of Directors. Retrieved September 27, 2016. Protective Life's Website Protective also has a ... Protective_Life_-_Company_Overview_and_Financial_Strength_of_Protective_Life_Insurance_Company.pdf We_Are_Protective_Life. ... In addition to Protective Life Insurance Company, Protective Life Corporation's subsidiaries include West Coast Life Insurance ... In 2013, Protective's principal subsidiary, Protective Life Insurance Company completed the acquisition of MONY Life Insurance ...
*  Protective factor
... we can examine how many Protective and Risk factors contribute to the likelihood of an illness occurring. Protective factors ... Protective factors are conditions or attributes (skills, strengths, resources, supports or coping strategies) in individuals, ... In the field of Preventative Medicine and Health Psychology, Protective Factors refer to any factor that decreases the chances ... 1997). Parent-reported problems in 211 adopted children : Some risk and protective factors. Journal of Child Psychology and ...
*  Protective tariff
Boundless Open Textbook."Protective Tariffs." Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition, "protective ... Van Duyne, "How a Protective Tariff Works." "Protective Tariffs." Boundless Open Textbook. "George Washington: First Annual ... Protective tariffs are tariffs that are enacted with the aim of protecting a domestic industry. Tariffs are also imposed in ... Alexander Hamilton was the first American to propose the use of protective tariffs to promote industrialization in his "Report ...
*  Medical Protective
1910 - Medical Protective expands coverage to include indemnity coverage. Medical Protective offers medical professional ... 1913 - PDC merges with Medical Protective 1920s - Byron H. Somers leads Medical Protective and the company becomes the largest ... Medical Protective acquired Physicians Defense Company. Byron Somers and by his descendants ran Medical Protective until 1998 ... 1907 - Medical Protective is founded by Byron H. Somers and Charles M. Niezer and offers pre-paid legal defense coverage to ...
*  Protective index
... = LD50 of A with B/LD50 of A alone' The higher the protective index, better is the antidotal value of a given ... Protective Index Protective index refers to the factor by which the dose of a toxicant must be multiplied to produce a defined ... Protective index = T D 50 E D 50 {\displaystyle {\mbox{Protective index}}={\frac {\mathrm {TD} _{50}}{\mathrm {ED} _{50}}}} The ... A protective index is the toxic dose of a drug for 50% of the population (TD50) divided by the minimum effective dose for 50% ...
*  Protective sequestration
An advantage of protective sequestration is that it shields selected people from infection and possibly buys them time for the ... Protective sequestration is a public health term that refers to social distancing measures taken to protect a small, defined, ... The term "protective sequestration" was coined by Howard Markel and his colleagues, in their paper that described the successes ... During the 1918 flu pandemic, factors that contributed to the rare successes of protective sequestration were the following: ...
*  Juvenile Protective Association
Official website Juvenile Protective Association on Facebook "Juvenile Protective Association :: About". Juvenile Protective ... "Juvenile Protective Association :: About". Juvenile Protective Association. JPA. Retrieved 29 September 2016. The mission of ... "Research and Publication." Juvenile Protective Association. 2006. Juvenile Protective Association. Sept 13 2007. juvenile.org. ... Juvenile Protective Association (JPA) is a private non-profit agency devoted to protecting children from abuse and neglect by ...
*  Parliamentary Protective Service
The Parliamentary Protective Service (PPS) is a Canadian federal law enforcement agency that is mandated to protect life and ... "New Parliamentary Protective Service officially unveiled". CBCNews. CBC/Radio-Canada. Retrieved 23 May 2016. "Parliament of ... "Welcome". Parliamentary Protective Service. Retrieved 2017-01-30. "Parliament of Canada News Release - New Director of ... PPS is mandated to provide protective services to the parliamentarians, employees, visitors and buildings of the Parliamentary ...
*  Thermal Protective Aid
... - Requirements as per SOLAS Thermal Protective Aid (TPA) and Immersion suits MarED Doc-ID 15-541r10 Q ... The thermal protective aid shall: 1. cover the whole body of persons of all sizes wearing a lifejacket with the exception of ... A Thermal Protective Aid (TPA) is an aluminized polyethylene suit with heat sealed seams that protects from the elements and ... It is defined by the International Life-Saving Appliance (LSA) Code as follows: A thermal protective aid shall be made of a ...
*  Child Protective Services
Texas Child Protective Services was hit with a rare if not unprecedented legal sanction for a "groundless cause of action" and ... U.S. Child Protective Services (CPS) received a little over 2.5 million reports of child maltreatment in 2009 of which 61.9% ... Child Protective Services (CPS) is the name of a governmental agency in many states of the United States responsible for ... In April 2013, Child Protective Services in Sacramento sent in police to forcibly remove a 5-month-old baby from the care of ...
*  Cover, Protective, Individual
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*  Adult Protective Services
While some states provide adult protective services to older adults only, as in Ohio where the APS law applies to those 60 and ... "Adult Protective Services Specialists in Texas: Perceptions of Three Factors Affecting Turnover". Applied Research Projects. ... Most states include self-neglect in their definitions of those needing adult protective services. Self-neglect refers to a ... In the United States, Adult Protective Services (APS) are social services provided to abused, neglected, or exploited older ...
*  Digital protective relay
A digital protective relay may also be called a "numeric protective relay". Low voltage and low current signals (i.e., at the ... The digital protective relay is a protective relay that uses a microprocessor to analyze power system voltages, currents or ... Protective elements refer to the overall logic surrounding the electrical condition that is being monitored. For instance, a ... In the era of electromechanical and solid state relays, any one relay could implement only one or two protective functions, so ...
*  Fishermen's Protective Union
The Fishermen's Protective Union (sometimes called the Fisherman's Protective Union, the FPU, The Union or the Union Party) was ... Stores The Fishermen's Protective Union and Politics Terra Nova Greens: Fisherman's Protective Union (sympathetic account) ‹ ... The original anthem of the Fishermens Protective Union was titled "We are Coming Mr. Coaker" which was sung or chanted at FPU ... Fishermen's Protective Union, Maritime History Archive, Memorial University. Retrieved 20 February 2008. Baker, Melvin, " ...
*  Chemical protective clothing
... (CPC) is clothing worn to shield those who work with chemicals from the effects of chemical ... Chemical safety Personal protective equipment "CDC - NIOSH Publications and Products - A Guide for Evaluating the Performance ... There are some considerations with chemical protective clothing. For instance, no clothing is "impervious," since all clothing ... of Chemical Protective Clothing (90-109)". www.cdc.gov. Retrieved 2016-07-15. ...
*  Protective Action Criteria
PAC-2 : Irreversible or other serious health effects that could impair the ability to take protective action. PAC-3 : Life- ... "Protective Action Criteria for Chemicals - Including AEGLs, ERPGs, & TEELs". Emergency Preparedness. The Emergency Management ... In the United States, the Emergency Management Issues Special Interest Group (EMI SIG) state that "Protective Action Criteria ( ... and to decide what protective actions should be taken". PAC values are based on the following exposure limit values: Acute ...