Diagnosing vascular

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  • Several new aspects have been highlighted: for example, a novel role for lipids as receptors which drive protein sorting, the diversity of the sorting events that occur at the level of the Golgi apparatus, and the cross talk between exocytosis and autophagy. Moreover, an interesting example of how the knowledge of these pathways is exploited to generate novel secretory routes to direct the synthesis of bio-molecules in “cell factories” is discussed.

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  • STROKE IS THE THIRD MOST COMMON CAUSE of death and disability in the US. It is a complex disease, with many causes, many presentations, and many levels of severity. Despite recent medical advances, stroke remains a diffi cult disease to diagnose and treat. In recognition of the importance of this common disorder, the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) instituted a new subspecialty examination in 2005.

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  • Cerebrovascular diseases have an enormous and increasing impact on societies: they rank among the leading causes of death, are often associated with chronic handicap, and cause high costs for primary treatment, rehabilitation and chronic care. The advent of treatment options such as reperfusion therapies and, to a lesser degree, neuroprotective strategies on the one hand, and growing means to enhance rehabilitation and functional plasticity on the other hand, urges physicians to diagnose stroke subtypes as early and precisely as possible.

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  • On August 21, 2012, the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit overturned the lower court and lifted the preliminary injunction, reasoning that “Texas’s authority to directly regulate the content of its own program necessarily includes the power to limit the identifying marks that program grantees are authorized to use” and therefore, “Texas may deny WHP funds from organizations that promote elective abortions through identifying marks,” such as the Planned Parenthood name and logo.

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  • Two cell lines were created; Flp293A and 293 FLEX, both derived from 293 cells. The former pseudotyped with amphotropic and the latter with GaLV envelopes. Recently, a PG13-based murine producer cell line was also established using this strategy (Loew et al. 2009). A favorable chromosomal site for stable and high retroviral vector production is first identified and tagged.

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  • The Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics is an independent entity established in partnership with Business Roundtable—an association of chief executive officers of leading corporations with a combined workforce of more than 10 million employees and $4 trillion in annual revenues—and leading academics from America’s best business schools.

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  • Information Technology, which is one of global competitive technologies in Korea, was introduced to utilize the production area more efficiently. Chang (2006) has reported a using of a wireless internet environment and PDA system to exchange real time information data between the workers. Shin (2006) has presented a prototype of block tracking system for pre-erection area using of PDA and GPS to chase the location of each block and to exchange the pre-erection work order.

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  • To determine why some teachers are more effective than others, Bosshardt and Watts (1990) investigated teacher effects on student learning in high school economics classes using fixed- and random-effects models. The teacher characteristics they examined included college credits in economics, non-credit workshops in economics, years of teaching experience, and the extent of teachers’ past instruction in economics. They found that the most effective teachers were those who had completed more courses in economics.

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  • As a result of adaptation to desert conditions, camels acquire the ability to produce diluted milk. This involves the production of milk with a higher water content when the animal is dehydrated than when it is fully watered. They do this by withdrawing water preferentially from the intestines under the action of prolactin and oxytocin. The ability to dilute milk under similar conditions of water stress has also been demonstrated in women and in cows. Milk dilution is not known in other mammals.

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  • Because CHWs hold the esteem of their peers, they are effective in promoting change and challenging stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS, harmful traditional practices, and prejudices against family planning. They are motivated by a sense of duty to care for others around them and many were caring for others long before they received Pathfinder’s training. The training enables them to offer a wider range of services, gives them confidence that they are giving correct advice, and teaches them how to safely care for people living with HIV/AIDS.

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  • Google is also investing huge funds in data centres. Already nowadays Google provides word processing and spreadsheet applications online, while software and data are stored on the servers. Google App engine allows software developers to write applications that can be run for free on Google’s servers.

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  • The recommendations are based on four guiding principles. First, PSPs should perform specifi c assessments of the risks associated with providing internet payment services, which should be regularly updated in line with the evolution of internet security threats and fraud. Some risks in this area have been identifi ed in the past, for example by the Bank for International Settlements in 2003 6 or the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council in 2005 and 2011.

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  • The following report, commissioned by Per Schillander of the Swedish National Road Administration, has been written and prepared by Christian Rydén of Trivector Traffic.

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  • record of Australia is too patchy for paleontologists to say whether there were any placental mammals in Australia at this time. Abundant Australian fossils date back to about 25 million years ago, at which point all the mammals in Austrlia were marsupials. They evolved into a spectacular range of forms, including kan- garoos and koalas. It was not until 15 million years ago that Australia moved close enough to Asia to allow placental mammals—rats and bats—to begin to colonize the continent.

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  • The World Agroforestry Centre has classified rubber-based systems in Indonesia according to their intensity of management, as illustrated by the photographs on the opposite page. Intensively-managed monoculture rubber plantations contain less than 1% non-rubber trees, none of which have been planted deliberately. Simple mixed rubber agroforests contain up to one-third non-rubber trees, which have been deliberately planted or retained, between five and 20 non-rubber species greater than 2 m in height and 5–20 non-rubber trees as tall as, or taller than, the rubber trees.

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  • Like other developing countries, Fiji’s stock market is also playing a crucial role in the economy. It encourages companies to make IPOs and also provides a regulated market for the trading of existing shares between investors. Its basic function is a secondary market role facilitating the exchange of previously issued shares. It can be seen as an emerging stock market because there is an increase in the market capitalization, stock market size and number of companies listed from the period 1996 to 2005. Thus the market is in the development phase.

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  • Our results are as follows. We find that - within the confines of the set of models we consider - it is hard to account for a boom-bust episode (an episode in which consumption, investment, output, employment and the stock market all rise sharply and then crash) in a model that abstracts from nominal frictions. However, when we introduce an inflation targeting central bank and sticky nominal wages, a theory of boom-busts emerges naturally. In our environment, inflation targeting suboptimally converts what would otherwise be a small economic fluctuation into a major boom- bust episode.

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  • Lesions associated with left to right shunt, such as AVSD, cause high pulmonary blood flow and congestive cardiac failure. The normal physiological response to high pulmonary blood flow is for the pulmonary vascular resistance to increase. With time, the pulmonary vascular resistance will exceed the systemic vascular resistance, and the flow across the shunt will reverse (Eisenmenger’s syndrome).

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  • PPHE staff designed and later simplified the parent informational brochure and parent application forms to collect the necessary basic information and to accommodate parents’ literacy skills. Parents signed an Informed Consent form and used hospital approved parent stipend information materials. A stipend was provided for the families throughout the three-year program. Once families completed their family visit and evaluations, a quarterly stipend was distributed to families. The St.

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  • The Global Alliance for Leadership in Nursing Education and Science (GANES) serves as the international voice on the contribution of professional nursing education and scholarship to improving global health and health care. GANES constitutes the only international body providing strategic-level expertise in the education and professional development of nurses worldwide. Its membership comprises national associations of nursing deans and schools of nursing and is able to offer information, support, and advice to healthcare policy makers and nurse educators across the world.

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