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Schaffner Donald W DW Department of Food Science, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey, - - 2014
In this issue of Applied and Environmental Microbiology (AEM), we publish a paper by Marite Bradshaw, William H. Tepp, Regina C. M. Whitemarsh, Sabine Pellett and Eric A. Johnson from the Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison reporting on the purification and characterization of subtype A4 botulinum neurotoxin (1).…
Maderspacher Florian F Florian Maderspacher is Current Biology's Senior Reviews Editor. Electronic address: - - 2014
Florian Maderspacher reflects on a recent symposium about hype in science.
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Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials 2012; 9(4): 539. Original DOI: 10.1177/1740774512453224.
Roemling Regina - - 2013
The 8(th) HIC/RPC Bioseparation Conference was held from March 3-7, 2013 at the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Read this meeting report to find out more on the latest developments in chromatography for bioprocess applications.
Giubilini Alberto - - 2013
One of three commentaries on -Scholarly Discussion of Infanticide?" by Mirko D. Garasic, and "Reflections from a Troubled Stream: Giubilini and Minerva on 'After-Birth Abortion,'" by Michael Hauskeller, from the July-August 2012 issue.
Marquis Don - - 2013
One of three commentaries on "Scholarly Discussion of Infanticide?" by Mirko D. Garasic, and "Reflections from a Troubled Stream: Giubilini and Minerva on 'After-Birth Abortion,'" by Michael Hauskeller, from the July-August 2012 issue.
Schaeffer G Owen - - 2013
One of three commentaries on "Scholarly Discussion of Infanticide?" by Mirko D. Garasic, and "Reflections from a Troubled Stream: Giubilini and Minerva on 'After-Birth Abortion,'" by Michael Hauskeller, from the July-August 2012 issue.
Friedmann Theodore - - 2012
Technical advances are being made in many areas of biotechnology and genetics that are facilitating the detection of doping in sport. These improvements have been catalyzed by the need to counter the ever-increasing sophistication of the community of athletes and their retinues who are intent on the illicit use of ...
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Cover: Morphological organization of NMVMs adherent onto HYALONECT®meshes. See article in this issue by Gallina et al., pages 800-807.
Harris John - - 2012
In this issue of CQ we introduce a new feature, "By Invitation," in which noted bioethicists are invited to reflect on vital current issues. Our first invitee, John Harris, will subsequently assume editorship of this section.
Schmitz-Luhn Björn - - 2012
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a non-destructive, adjustable, and mainly reversible method of continuously giving electrical impulses into a small area of the brain via implanted electrodes. It has been established as a standard form of treatment for specific cases of Parkinson's disease, essential tremor and dystonia. It is currently ...
Siegal Gil - - 2011
The growth of information technology and telecommunications has created promising opportunities for better, faster, more accessible, barrier-free health care; telemedicine (TM). The feasibility of many TM projects depends on resolving legal issues. Mastering technical issues or providing training remain important benchmarks for implementation of TM, but legal issues constrain progress. ...
O'Neill Conor W - - 2011
COMMENTARY ON: Schaufele MK, Marín DR, Tate JL, Simmons AC. Adverse events of conscious sedation in ambulatory spine procedures. Spine J 2011;11:1093-100 (in this issue).
Sutherland William J WJ Conservation Science Group, Department of Zoology, Cambridge University, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EJ, UK. - - 2012
Our aim in conducting annual horizon scans is to identify issues that, although currently receiving little attention, may be of increasing importance to the conservation of biological diversity in the future. The 15 issues presented here were identified by a diverse team of 22 experts in horizon scanning, and conservation ...
Prvulovic David - - 2011
A major issue in current Alzheimer research presents in a growing dysbalance between a swiftly advancing biological marker and diagnostic research field (including advances in genetic research towards genetic profiling), key aspects of which have already found their way into newly proposed diagnostic criteria and international clinical dementia guidelines, and ...
Hampson Alan W - - 2011
Please cite this paper as: Hampson. (2011) Forward to special online issue Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 5(6), e476.
Vanderstichele Hugo - - 2011
BACKGROUND: Numerous studies show that the cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers total tau (T-tau), tau phosphorylated at threonine 181 (P-tau(181P)), and amyloid-β (1-42) (Aβ(1-42)) have high diagnostic accuracy for Alzheimer's disease. Variability in concentrations for Aβ(1-42), T-tau, and P-tau(181P) drives the need for standardization. METHODS: Key issues were identified and discussed before ...
Landau Ruth - - 2011
ABSTRACTBackground: Problems with out-of-home mobility are among the more common behavioral disturbances in dementia. Today people with dementia can be aided by easily accessible assistive technologies, such as tracking devices using Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Attitudes toward these technologies are still inconclusive and their use with people with dementia raises ...
Desikan P - - 2011
Ethical issues facing microbiologists could be considered in two parts. The first relates to the way the ethical issues during their laboratory work. The second pertains to ethical issues on the data/reports they generate for the patients or in research. In both segments, there is pressure to perform, which is ...
Quick James Campbell - - 2011
The author read with interest, and concern, the January 2011 issue of the American Psychologist. The Special Issue on Comprehensive Soldier Fitness addressed a hugely consequential national issue and offered a vision for psychological resilience along with an elaborate set of supporting articles, concluding with some comments on "Objections" to ...
Taylor Jennifer - - 2011
With 6 issues per year since its inception, next year Russian Cardiology Journal will double its issue number to 12.
Crutchfield James P - - 2011
We introduce the contributions to this Focus Issue and describe their origin in a recent Santa Fe Institute workshop.
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In the August 4, 2011, issue, the photograph on page 453 should have been attributed to Merlin Larson, M.D., rather than Merlin Lawson, M.D. We regret the error.
Bono Christopher M - - 2011
COMMENTARY ON: Goz V, Koehler SM, Egorova NN, et al. Kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty: trends in use in ambulatory and inpatient settings. Spine J 2011;11:737-44 (in this issue).
Weiner Bradley K - - 2011
COMMENTARY ON: Parker SL, Fulchiero EC, Davis BJ, et al. Cost-effectiveness of multilevel hemilaminectomy for lumbar stenosis-associated radiculopathy. Spine J 2011;11:705-11 (in this issue). Epstein NE. Commentary: Cost-effectiveness of multilevel hemilaminectomy for lumbar stenosis-associated radiculopathy. Spine J 2011;11:712-4 (in this issue).
Epstein Nancy E - - 2011
COMMENTARY ON: Parker SL, Fulchiero EC, Davis BJ, et al. Cost-effectiveness of multi-level hemilaminectomy for lumbar stenosis-associated radiculopathy. Spine J 2011;11:705-11 (in this issue).
Bedford Elliott Louis - - 2011
Abortion is the central issue in the conscientious objection debate. In this article I demonstrate why this is so for two philosophical viewpoints prominent in American culture. One, represented by Patrick Lee and Robert P. George, holds that the fundamental moral value of being human can be found in bare ...
Carrese Joseph A JA Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. - - 2011
Being a good doctor requires competency in ethics. Accordingly, ethics education during residency training is important. We studied the everyday ethics-related issues (i.e. ordinary ethics issues commonly faced) that internal medical residents encounter in their out-patient clinic and determined whether teaching about these issues occurred during faculty preceptor-resident interactions. This ...
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The BBA joined the Society of Academic and Research Surgery for their Annual Meeting on 6 January 2010 at the Royal Free Hospital. Copyright © 2011 British Journal of Surgery Society Ltd. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Webster Howard H Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, Melbourne, - - 2011
This article constitutes the joint statement from the plastic surgery societies of Australia, Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States. It reviews the background, history, and participants of the First Global Summit of National Plastic Surgery Societies, held on October 1, ...
Schummer Joachim - - 2011
Along with the rapid worldwide advance of nanotechnology, debates on associated ethical issues have spread from local to international levels. However unlike science and engineering issues, international perceptions of ethical issues are very diverse. This paper provides an analysis of how sociocultural factors such as language, cultural heritage, economics and ...
Sterodimas Aris - - 2011
Plastic, reconstructive, and cosmetic surgery refers to a variety of operations performed in order to repair or restore body parts to look normal or to enhance a certain structure or anatomy that is already normal. Several ethical considerations such as a patient's right for autonomy, informed consent, beneficence, and nonmalfeasance ...
Musa Maizura binti - - 2011
Nurse managers have the burden of experiencing frequent ethical issues related to both their managerial and nursing care duties, according to previous international studies. However, no such study was published in Malaysia. The purpose of this study was to explore nurse managers' experience with ethical issues in six government hospitals ...
Clavijo-Alvarez Julio A - - 2010
Venous thromboembolism has become a target for research by the American Society of Plastic Surgery. The current paper reviews the steps that plastic surgeons and the American Society of Plastic Surgery have taken for creating guidelines in our field. We summarized the current reported incidences of venous thromboembolism in various ...
Rabasseda X - - 2010
Rome is an open book to human history, and traveling from the city center to the Nuova Fiera da Roma, as most of this year's attendees to EULAR had to do to reach the congress site, is a voyage from the remains of the Roman Empire throughout the middle ages ...
Ghazinoory Sepehr - - 2011
Recently, a few of scientific journals raise serious questions about scientific ethics and moral judgment of some of the Iranian government's senior executives in their papers. Plagiarism, under any circumstances is not justified, and we do not intend to justify it in this note. However, we find it useful in ...
McMenomy Brendan - - 2010
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that exposing first-year radiology residents to the ACR and the Minnesota Radiological Society (MRS) at the ACR AMCLC would increase the residents' knowledge about issues facing radiology and their future membership rates and participation in the ACR and state ...
Pickering Michael - - 2010
The lost histories behind museum holdings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ancestral remains provide cautionary tales as to what happens when a society neglects, forgets, or attempts to conceal traumatic episodes in its history. As the writing of the history becomes separated from the event in time, in space, ...
Caceres Manuel - - 2010
The Society of Thoracic Surgeons database was developed as an initiative to standardize nationwide outcomes in adult cardiac surgery, and it has currently expanded into general thoracic and congenital cardiac surgery databases. For more than 19 years since its inception, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons database has grown as a ...
Chernomas Robert - - 2010
The conservative attack on the poor draws from a long intellectual history. More modern conservative opponents of income redistribution have ceased to claim that the poor are somehow inferior beings to the rich. However, they share with their more strident predecessors a belief that redistribution is entirely unnecessary, due to ...
Gascoigne John - - 2009
This paper focuses on the response of the Royal Society to the increasing contact with parts of the globe beyond Europe. Such contact was in accord with the programme of Baconian natural history that the early Royal Society espoused, but it also raised basic questions about the extent and nature ...
Williams John R - - 2009
The history of bioethics in Canada has yet to be written. When that happens, an important issue to be considered will be the influence of American bioethics. In what follows, I offer some suggestions to the author of the history about what should be included. I will limit my discussion ...
Kragh Jesper Vaczy - - 2009
In recent years, the history of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) has received renewed attention from historical researchers, who have published thorough monographs and articles on the subject of ECT. In these studies, however, one of the important events in the history of ECT has been overlooked: the lectures by Cerletti and ...
Xu Xing - - 2010
Discoveries are a driving force for progress in palaeontology. Palaeontology as a discipline of scientific inquiry has gained many fresh insights into the history of life, from the discoveries of many new fossils in China in the last 20 years, and from the new ideas derived from these fossils. This ...
Franklin Anderson J - - 2009
Commentary on progress and reflections of conversations that undergirded the advancement of ethnic minority psychology are presented by the author as a perspective of an Elder. Articles in this special issue are considered in terms of the themes that emerged from their narratives on the history of ethnic psychological associations, ...
Comas-D??az Lillian - - 2009
The history and legacy of the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (American Psychological Association Division 45) for its first 20 years are reviewed. The legitimization of the ethnic minority scholarship within organized psychology is chronicled, highlighting the central role of advocacy and activism. Multiculturalism is presented ...
Tang Bing H - - 2009
This review article aims to discuss and analyze the background and findings regarding Fisher-Mendel Controversy in Genetics and to elucidate the scientific argument and intellectual integrity involved, as well as their importance in a fair society, and the lesson of Western falls as learned. At the onset of this review, ...
Henderson Marlone D - - 2009
The present research suggests that negotiators who represented negotiation issues more abstractly were more likely to reach integrative agreements. Specifically, participants who were prompted to directly think about their negotiation issues in a more abstract manner by generating general descriptions of the issues rather than more concretely about the negotiation ...
Sullivan Lucy R - - 2009
In 1959 a group of EEG technicians along with the support of electroencephalographers founded and chartered the American Society of Electroencephalographic Technicians (ASET). For the past fifty years, volunteers and staff have worked to make ASET the premier professional membership organization for electroneurodiagnostic technologists. The volunteers included officers, board members, ...
Goldfarb Walter B - - 2009
Harvey W. Cushing, MD, is the most renowned surgeon in American history. Every aspect of his career including his many accomplishments--articles, essays, and vast correspondence--has been documented and analyzed and is the subject of at least 4 biographies and numerous articles and reminisces. Despite this scrutiny, and given his active ...
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