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Calvert John W - - 2013
A great deal of interest has been paid recently to the hydrogen sulfide, the newest member of the gasotransmitter family. With the growing interest in the biology of H2S, the need for meetings and conferences dedicated solely to the field of H2S has also grown. In 2009, scientist from around ...
Gachelin Gabriel - - 2011
The severity and endemicity of malaria declined gradually in Europe until WWI. During and after the war, the number of malaria cases increased substantially and peaked in 1922-1924. This prompted the Hygiene Commission of the League of Nations to establish a Malaria Commission in 1923 to define the most efficient ...
- - 2011
Albany 2011. The 17th Conversation: Book of Abstracts contains the abstracts of 204 papers presented at the conference, June 14-18 2011. They are part of the the June 2011 issue of the Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics: J Biomol Struct Dyn 28, 975-1164 (2011).
Sheldon Lisa Kennedy - - 2011
The 36th Annual Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Congress will be held April 28 through May 1, 2011, in Boston, MA. New regulations have changed how healthcare organizations and professional societies such as ONS may run conferences. Conference participants probably will notice the changes.
Dumont Isabelle - - 2011
The 1st Conference in Asia-Pacific on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis was organized by the Calibration and Validation Group. This event, a 2-day full-immersion conference, was the first of this kind in the Asia-Pacific region, following four successful editions held in Montreal, Canada. This conference brought together scientists and experts from ...
Ghanashyam Bharathi - - 2011
The 'International Symposium on TB Diagnostics: Innovating to Make an Impact' was organized by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, New Delhi, India, on December 16-17, 2010, with sponsorship support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics and AERAS Global TB Vaccine Foundation. ...
Schofield Paul N PN University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK. - - 2011
The fifth in a series of European workshops for veterinary and human pathologists, "Pathology of the Laboratory Mouse: An International Workshop on Challenges for High Throughput Phenotyping," was held in Bordeaux, France, from September 30 to October 1, 2010. In this report we outline the rationale for setting up this ...
Sato Fumitaka F Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, 1501 Kings Highway, Shreveport, LA 71130, - - 2011
The 10th International Congress of Neuroimmunology, including the 10th European School of Neuroimmunology Course, was held by the International Society of Neuroimmunology in Sitges (Barcelona, Spain) on 26-30 October 2010. The conference covered a wide spectrum of issues and challenges in both basic science and clinical aspects of neuroimmunology. Data ...
- - 2011
Conference report - The 16th Conference Nationale de Plaies et Cicatrisations/4th International Workshop on Wound Technology will take place in Paris, France, on the 15-17th January, 2012. www.congres.com.
Bowers Gary - - 2011
The Conference on Small Molecule Science (CoSMoS), organized by the Society for Small Molecule Science (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit chartered organization), was held in Portland, Oregon, USA, on the 27-29 September 2010. The meeting is focused on analytical scientists, from varied scientific and industrial backgrounds, to foster practical 'how to' discussions. ...
Bilezikian John P - - 2011
There has been an upsurge of multidisciplinary research since the adoption of a standardized definition of osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) and the first bisphosphenate-related ONJ conference in 2007 held at the New York Academy of Sciences. This series of papers revisits topics presented at the conference in addition to ...
Chiverton Lesley Margaret - - 2011
The Miniaturisation - Micro Scale Bioprocess Development conference organized by Euroscicon hosted 44 delegates from the UK, Germany and Switzerland. The aim of the meeting was to highlight the recent technologies used in high-throughput bioprocess development, ranging from the selection of clones through to the analysis of the final product ...
Silva Elvio G - - 2011
At the last United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology meeting, there was a total of 171 papers presented in the gynecologic pathology sessions. I have prepared a summary of some papers that I consider interesting and provides new information for gynecologic oncologists. In some of these studies, I have ...
Dubovicky Michal - - 2010
This supplement of the Neuroendocrinology Letters presents papers from the 15th Interdisciplinary Toxicology Conference TOXCON 2010. The Conference with the motto "Borderless Toxicology" was held in the High Tatras, at Stará Lesná - Hotel Academia, Slovakia, from September 6 to 10, 2010. TOXCON 2010 was organized with the support of ...
Adams E Terence - - 2011
The 2010 annual National Toxicology Program (NTP) Satellite Symposium, entitled "Pathology Potpourri," was held in Chicago, Illinois, in advance of the scientific symposium sponsored jointly by the Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP) and the International Federation of Societies of Toxicologic Pathologists (IFSTP). The goal of the annual NTP Symposium is ...
Malafaia Guilherme - - 2011
To analyze ethical aspects of Brazilian articles on human visceral leishmaniasis, published after Resolution CNS 196/1996, and to analyze the policy on Brazilian periodicals on research ethics. An explanatory study with a bibliographical and documental nature was conducted. Selection of publications on research involving human beings since 1996 was performed ...
Yamamoto Koji - - 2011
Held on 21st to 23rd November 2009 in Hiroshima, the SiHIS working conference aimed at finding solutions to approach to an idealistic society where (1) the individual can trust information with full understanding and responsibility, (2) the individual can allow the use of information backed by sound legitimated environment, (3) ...
- - 2010
The following 14 abstracts received awards at the 13th International Conference on Emergency Medicine (ICEM), held in Singapore in June 2010, hosted by the Society for Emergency Medicine in Singapore. Several other award-winning abstracts have been published elsewhere. ICEM is the biennial conference of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. ...
Goll Gernot - - 2010
The International Conference on Magnetism 2009 (ICM 2009) was held in Karlsruhe, Germany, from 26 to 31 July 2009. Previous conferences in this series were organized in Edinburgh, UK (1991), Warsaw, Poland (1994), Cairns, Australia (1997), Recife, Brazil (2000), Rome, Italy (2003), and Kyoto, Japan (2006). As with previous ICM ...
Schönbach Christian - - 2010
The International Conference on Bioinformatics (InCoB), the annual conference of the Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet), is hosted in one of countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The 2010 conference was awarded to Japan and has attracted more than one hundred high-quality research paper submissions. Thorough peer reviewing resulted in 47 (43.5%) ...
Scerri Eric R - - 2009
Can philosophy make worthwhile contributions to science? Eric Scerri thinks it can, and looks at what it has brought to the table for chemistry.
Shoham Efrat - - 2010
The unique nature of Israeli society as an immigrant society has also affected the prison population in Israel. This article focuses on a social and cultural phenomenon that particularly characterizes the prisoners of Russian origin, the phenomenon of tattoos. Using postmodernist theories, the article examines the function of the tattoo ...
Gest Howard - - 2009
Microorganisms were first observed by Robert Hooke and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek between 1665 and 1678. In 1665, Hooke published Micrographia, which depicted the details of 60 objects as seen in the microscope. One chapter was devoted to the microfungus Mucor, the first microbe observed by the human eye. Leeuwenhoek, despite ...
Wilson, Kerry-Jayne
The Kurämoó, or Blue Lorikeet (Vini peruviana), is listed by IUCN as threatened (Collar & Andrew 1988). Formerly, the species was widespread on the Society and Tuamotu Islands, but it became extinct on Tahiti, Moorea and other large islands in the Society Group early this century and is now also ...
Bonnett Raymond - - 2002
[reaction: see text] 5,10,15,20-Tetrakis(m-hydroxyphenyl)porphyrin (m-THPP) yielded novel quinonoid porphyrins upon irradiation in aqueous methanol. True photobleaching was observed for 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(m-hydroxyphenyl)chlorin (m-THPC) and 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(m-hydroxyphenyl)bacteriochlorin (m-THPBC) under the same conditions; several fragmentation products (imides, methyl p-hydroxybenzoate, dipyrrin derivatives) were recognized.
Pipe A - - 1998
When will we face the fact that we're producing some really ugly, violent young men?" observed my friend, an internationally prominent basketball coach, who is given neither to hand-wringing nor to strident overstatement. His disquieting words cast a pall over an already disheartening conversation about the state of contemporary sports.
- - 1989
IIIrd International Symposium On Neural Transplantation from Molecular Bases to Clinical Application(6th - 11th August 1989, Cambridge, U.K.)International Organising Committee: A. Aguayo, A. Björklund, S.B. Dunnett, WJ. Freed, F.H. Gage, D.M. Gash, S.D. Iversen, R.D. Lund, C.D. Marsden, L. Olson, J. Sladek, C. Sotelo.Local Organising Committee: L.E. Annett, DJ. Clarke, ...
Boor P J - - 1980
The progression of cardiac lesions induced in the rat by allylamine administration (0.1% in drinking water) was studied histopathologically and histochemically. Early changes (4-8 days) consisted of piecemeal acute apical and subendocardial myocardial necrosis with morphologic features of coagulation necrosis and myocytolysis. These early lesions progressed and coalesced; resolution of ...
Rumohr, H.
Council Meeting, C.M. / International Council for the Exploration of the Sea ; 1978/J:7
Krohn K - - 1971
Immunofluorescence studies in cases of chronic interstitial nephritis (CIN) in the dog demonstrated deposition of canine IgC and C'3 in the thickened capillary walls of the glomeruli and in the mesangium. Eluates obtained from the nephritic kidneys contained antibodies of IgG type and reacted with autologous or homologous nephritic kidneys ...
Moran D T - - 1971
Campaniform sensilla on cockroach legs provide a good model system for the study of mechanoreceptive sensory transduction. This paper describes the structure of campaniform sensilla on the cockroach tibia as revealed by light- and electron-microscopy. Campaniform sensilla are proprioceptive mechanoreceptors associated with the exoskeleton. The function of each sensillum centers ...
Faris A A - - 1970
Clinical and neuropathological features of a case of subacute necrotizing encephalomyelopathy are discussed and compared with the features of central pontine myelinolysis. A hypothesis is offered relating the two diseases to a common aetiological factor.
WEITZ B - - 1963
The feeding habits of 15 species of Glossina have been studied by the identification of their blood meals. Representative samples of the blood meals from each of these species of tsetse fly and from different habitats were collected and 22 640 blood meals were identified. The feeding patterns are characteristic ...
FELSENFELD O - - 1963
The author discusses some of the features of the cholera epidemic caused by El Tor vibrios in 1961-62 in the Western Pacific. The disease originated in the Celebes and spread from there to other parts of Indonesia, to Sarawak and, possibly, to Kwangtung. Hong Kong and Macau were most probably ...
HOCKING B - - 1962
Following a review of the literature on Simuliidae, relevant to the African scene, since 1955, the authors present observations made on Simulium damnosum at Mvolo, Equatoria, and along the Damer reach of the Nile, in the Sudan and consider these in relation to the economic importance of this species and ...
WHITTAM R - - 1960
1. The movement of labeled potassium ions has been measured across the innervated membranes of single isolated electroplaques, obtained from the organ of Sachs of Electrophorus electricus, mounted in an apparatus which allowed a separate washing of the two membranes. 2. Equations have been derived for a 3 compartment system ...
MANTON I - - 1959
Salient features of structure of the spermatozoid of a fern (Pteridium aquilinum) have been determined by a combination of visual and ultraviolet microscopy, with electron microscopy of shadow-cast whole mounts and thin sections, using magnifications up to but not exceeding 50,000 diameters. Attention has been concentrated on the arrangement rather ...
WOLKEN J J - - 1956
1. We have obtained an action spectrum for chlorophyll formation in Euglena gracilis. This action spectrum is similar to the absorption spectrum of protochlorophyll. However, efforts to isolate and identify this pigment have been unsuccessful. 2. Porphyrins have been extracted from both the normal and dark-adapted Euglena and a chlorophyll-free ...
RIS H - - 1949
Internal structures of rickettsiae seen with phase contrast microscopy and in the electron microscope contain desoxyribonucleic acid and are therefore nuclear structures similar to those found in bacteria. They are minute spherical bodies, either single as in spherical rickettsiae or varying in number from 2 to 4 in rod-shaped forms. ...
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