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Animal models and animal-free innovations for cardiovascular research: current status and routes to be explored. Consensus document of the ESC working group on myocardial function and the ESC Working Group on Cellular Biology of the Heart

Jolanda van der Velden, Folkert W Asselbergs, Jeroen Bakkers, Sandor Batkai, Luc Bertrand, Connie R Bezzina, Ilze Bot, Bianca Brundel, Lucie Carrier, Steven Chamuleau, Michele Ciccarelli, Dana Dawson (+49 others)
2022 Cardiovascular Research  
on a organ and systemic level.  ...  The translation of basic science results to clinical practice is a challenging task.  ...  While these cell systems are inexpensive and easy to maintain and transfect, they are limited by their dissimilarities to CMs environments.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cvr/cvab370 pmid:34999816 fatcat:xwsham5baza43nx6la5nqpvtli

Advances in Bioactive Hydrogels to Probe and Direct Cell Fate

Cole A. DeForest, Kristi S. Anseth
2012 Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
Toward this concept, hydrogels have emerged as biomimetic in vitro culture systems that allow cells to be grown in or on user-defined microenvironments that recapitulate many critical aspects of native  ...  Ultimately, advances in hydrogel culture systems, synthetic approaches, and biological assays that can be performed in 3D are providing new opportunities to recapitulate fully the native cell niche.  ...  In this system, the chain polymerization of acrylates is truncated with a step addition to a thiol, which gives rise to networks with unique structure.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-chembioeng-062011-080945 pmid:22524507 fatcat:6ahgn7swmndtnizuv52divrbgu

Institutional Theory and Evolution of 'A Legitimate' Compliance Culture: The Case of the UK Financial Service Sector

Wendy Mason Burdon, Mohamed Karim Sorour
2018 Journal of Business Ethics  
This paper attempts to address a gap in the literature by asking the following question: How is the UK financial institutions' compliance culture shaped by the institutional environment and changing legitimacy  ...  The paper utilises a longitudinal interpretive design and undertakes a qualitative content analysis of fines issued by the UK regulator and the communicated response of violating firms as well as non-sanctioned  ...  network over time."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-018-3981-4 fatcat:fg7w4xi4czavbievtbrdsuo6k4

The Inappropriate/D Fantastic: A Proposal Beyond Feminism

Teresa López-Pellisa
2021 CLCWeb  
Gender' Abolitionism" and this is a way of expressing the ambition to build a society where the characteristics currently assembled under the rubric of gender no longer build a network for the asymmetrical  ...  (Gregori 90) 19 Therefore, the fantastic is presented as a scandal, an unusual irruption, a rupture of the established order, and that is why Alfons Gregori believes that this rupture of order has an  ...  concept of inappropriate/able others, the inappropriate/able fantastic can only be read from a perspective of postmodernity, poststructuralism, deconstruction and critical posthumanism, so it represents  ... 
doi:10.7771/1481-4374.3707 fatcat:2sav6dznlfasrolcfrrmoiuszy

Hippocampal sharp wave-ripple: A cognitive biomarker for episodic memory and planning

György Buzsáki
2015 Hippocampus  
They arise from the excitatory recurrent system of the CA3 region and the SPW-induced excitation brings about a fast network oscillation (ripple) in CA1.  ...  The spike content of SPW-Rs is temporally and spatially coordinated by a consortium of interneurons to replay fragments of waking neuronal sequences in a compressed format.  ...  Acknowledgments The author thanks John Lisman for reading and providing constructive feedback on the entire manuscript, Jan Born,  ... 
doi:10.1002/hipo.22488 pmid:26135716 pmcid:PMC4648295 fatcat:kmeessu4pbc27lungr5ynewbf4

Geographies of Modernism in a Globalizing World

Andreas Huyssen
2007 New German Critique  
It challenges the proposition of a singular notion of modernity contemplating Andreas Huyssen's words for an "expanded notion of the geographies of modernism" as a way to "understand [the process of] globalization  ...  Exhibitions in a Global Age presents the history of the art world as one that is multilayered, overlapped in order to contradict the grand narrative of Western modernity.  ...  systems are constructed in a space that Bhabha calls the "third space of enunciation." 357 This space according to him navigates between the first World and Third World in the form of "in-between space  ... 
doi:10.1215/0094033x-2006-023 fatcat:pabsykgzyba2np5d3b3jg7ctlq

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Harmony Bench
2014 The International Journal of Screendance  
of their own body in a mimetic relationship to the body of King.  ...  His films construct a complex dialectic between architecture and gesture, environments and movements, spaces and beings.  ...  to a video dance approach.  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v4i0.4561 fatcat:wc6etmacwrfnbeniz47d3gayjm


Martin Hansen, Anna Källén
2021 Current Swedish Archaeology  
Results showing a lack of quality have been observed both in countries which choose to use systems based on competitive tendering and in those where developmentled archaeology is conducted solely by official  ...  The new categories and expressions of values that were introduced -such as "human ecological", "valuable cultural historical environments", "environmental value" and "values in relation to environmental  ...  Establishing networks is im-portant in this regard, as is collaboration with county administrative boards which provide wider and more creative environments of quality.  ... 
doi:10.37718/csa.2010.00 fatcat:kcfrani67zgsxg64wrekjkr3iu

The Postcolonial Turn: Re-imagining anthropology and Africa

D. Turkon
2012 African Affairs  
some Flemish environment.  ...  Are this environmental deterioration and this devastation a result of externalisation of violence inflicted on things rather than on fellow citizens?  ...  It was, overwhelmingly, more a backward, custodial burden -in a word, a desert -than anything else in imperial eyes, which for long saw rather little potential in most of the people themselves -tribesmen  ... 
doi:10.1093/afraf/ads050 fatcat:6r4bpe2egbfbjcvnpzkoxipgry

Situated political innovation: explaining the historical emergence of new modes of political practice

Robert S. Jansen
2016 Theory and society  
Employing a pragmatist perspective on social action, this article argues that change in political repertoires can be usefully understood as a result of situated political innovation-i.e., of the creative  ...  The utility of this approach is demonstrated by applying it to explain the historical emergence of a new set of populist mobilizing practices in early twentieth-century Peru.  ...  The archival research was supported by a Fulbright IIE Fellowship and by a small grant from UCLA's Latin American Institute. Writing was supported in part by the Michigan Society of Fellows.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11186-016-9272-0 fatcat:6zgnqvblvbb5dbj5qyoh7wyjj4

Dossier: Necessary Accomplices (English version)

Inés Monteira Arias
2014 Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie VII, Historia del Arte  
These agents, and their practices, spaces, institutions and relationships, constitute a mediatory system that actively participated in the construction of photography's value as a cultural product of modernity  ...  The system of art constitutes a complex structure in which various agents play a part.  ...  Thus far, she has been and continues to be promoted only in secondary networks.  ... 
doi:10.5944/etfvii.1.2013.14028 fatcat:3zf4vsqypnctdnqp5cg4nrvqty

Abstracts of the 10th International Conference on Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle Wasting, Rome, Italy, 8-10 December 2017 (Part 1)

2017 Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle  
Studies using Double X-Ray analysis (DXA) or Bioimpedance analysis proved to be reliable but expensive or only possible in a laboratory environment.  ...  The majority of the participants has decreased SMM, SMI and BMI and increased WHR, which favors a worst prognostic for comorbidities associated with these variables, and a tendency for sarcopenic obesity  ...  Conclusions: PDAC induces a systemic Activin response.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jcsm.12255 fatcat:cxx5afjdpvb2pfmzy35jiwes4a

Polymerisation in bilayers [article]

Jung, M (Martin), German, AL (Anton), Robinson, BH (Brian), Herk, AM (Alex) Van
Zonder de computer-EHBO van Alfons Franken had dit proefschrift waarschijnlijk met de hand moeten worden geschreven, Alfons bedankt.  ...  of membrane mimetic chemists"8 .  ... 
doi:10.6100/ir531044 fatcat:rlwyir52xvd67ddvzmi7kitdvu

Profound Listening : poetics, living inquiry, arts-based practice and being-presence in soundwalk-soundscape composition

Andrea Anath Dancer
This thesis explores how relationships between listeners and the sound environment (soundscape) evolve and are articulated through arts-based means: a hybrid form of sound art, electroacoustic music and  ...  In Education, attention to sound produces barely a whisper.  ...  Acknowledgements An audacious journey compels many turns and necessitates many a generous hand, sagacious word, guiding arm, step-in-kind, leg-up, song on the breeze, opening of heart and mind, light held  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0165542 fatcat:lsz5g2kgqja5znjuyja3c5t6lm

Biennial Report 2012-2013 [article]

CSIC-Instituto De Química Avanzada De Cataluña (IQAC), Digital.CSIC, Digital.CSIC
A. Menendez, A. Arenillas, J. Cot, Energy Environ.  ...  liquids in the environment for the design and selection of efficient and environmentally friendly compounds.  ...  Discussion of the project (screening system, selection criteria, etc.) and planning the work. 2.  ... 
doi:10.20350/digitalcsic/10756 fatcat:7sf7lhhlynfo5p5mnpd5rmgqg4
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