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1951 Pediatrics  
HYPERPOTASSEMIA AND BODY WATER DISTRIBUTION IN AN ANURIC CHILD By RoBert SCHWARTZ, M.D., EDwarp J.  ...  SCHWARTZ, E. J. TOMSOVIC AND I. L. SCHWARTZ inulin space of 12.7 1. and a deuterium oxide space of 21.1 1., the difference being 8.4 1.  ... 
doi:10.1542/peds.7.4.516 fatcat:t2mfjfsrzfg3ziwwmfdhsmmmue

BAP: A Binary Analysis Platform [chapter]

David Brumley, Ivan Jager, Thanassis Avgerinos, Edward J. Schwartz
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
BAP is a publicly available infrastructure for performing program verification and analysis tasks on binary (i.e., executable) code. In this paper, we describe BAP as well as lessons learned from previous incarnations of binary analysis platforms. BAP explicitly represents all side effects of instructions in an intermediate language (IL), making syntaxdirected analysis possible. We have used BAP to routinely generate and solve verification conditions that are hundreds of megabytes in size and encompass 100,000's of assembly instructions.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22110-1_37 fatcat:6nyhanhuwfcbfhlx7shncajwzq

VarCLR: Variable Semantic Representation Pre-training via Contrastive Learning [article]

Qibin Chen, Jeremy Lacomis, Edward J. Schwartz, Graham Neubig, Bogdan Vasilescu, Claire Le Goues
2021 arXiv   pre-print
f k Z e Z x 0 i i W 3 7 M 5 A l o m X k R J k q H a K X + 1 u x J K Q K 2 S S G t P y 3 B j 9 l G o U T P J J o Z 0 Y H l M 2 p H 3 e s l T R k B s / n d 0 7 I S d W 6 Z J e p G 0 p J D P 1 9 0 R K Q 2  ...  t 4 6 p 5 Y Z e B G s b a l 0 J 2 p v y c y K o 2 Z y N B 2 S o o j s + j l 4 n 9 e N 8 X o K s i 4 S l I E x e a L o l S 4 G L v 5 9 + 6 A a 2 A o J p Z Q p r m 9 1 W U j q i l D m 1 E e g r / 4 8 j J  ... 
arXiv:2112.02650v1 fatcat:psodxczgwvep5esu6cman4yfeu

Stygobiont Diversity in the San Marcos Artesian Well and Edwards Aquifer Groundwater Ecosystem, Texas, USA

Benjamin T. Hutchins, J. Randy Gibson, Peter H. Diaz, Benjamin F. Schwartz
2021 Diversity  
The Edwards Aquifer and related Edwards-Trinity Aquifer of Central Texas, USA, is a global hotspot of stygobiont biodiversity.  ...  We also compile information on 12 other Edwards and Edwards-Trinity Aquifer sites with 10 or more documented stygobionts and used distance-based RDA to assess the relative influences of distance and site  ...  Cypria lacrima Külköylüoglu, Akdemir, Yavuzatmaca, Schwartz and Hutchins, 2017 † § [19] Lacrimacandona wisei Külköylüoglu, Yavuzatmaca, Akdemir, Schwartz and Hutchins, 2017 † § [20] Namiotkocypria  ... 
doi:10.3390/d13060234 fatcat:m7imstosyfd2zfzxysdtqu7hxa

Sex differences in patterns of EEG asymmetry

Richard J. Davidson, Gary E. Schwartz, Eric Pugash, Edward Bromfield
1976 Biological Psychology  
Galin and Ornstein, 1972; Morgan, McDonald and MacDonald, 1971; McKee, Humphrey and McAdam, 1973; Schwartz, Davidson, Maer and Bromfield, 1974; Davidson and Schwartz, (1976a) ; Schwartz and Davidson and  ...  Schwartz, Davidson and Maer, 1975; Galin, 1974; Gainotti, 1972; Cartoon and Nachson, 1973; Wechsler, 1973) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/0301-0511(76)90012-0 pmid:1276303 fatcat:ugnntpicwfdtliqb4umk3lsaka

Automatic exploit generation

Thanassis Avgerinos, Sang Kil Cha, Alexandre Rebert, Edward J. Schwartz, Maverick Woo, David Brumley
2014 Communications of the ACM  
A more precise semantics can be found in Schwartz et al. [23] . Symbolic execution is used to find bugs by adding safety checks using φ .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2560217.2560219 fatcat:zag6jznqmfcxjnoeppcgwde2oe

Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma: An Unusual Neurosurgical Entity

Eugen J. Dolan, Michael L. Schwartz, Anthony J. Lewis, Edward E. Kassel, Perry W. Cooper
1985 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
ABSTRACT:Adenoid cystic carcinoma, or cylindroma, usually presents in the salivary glands or in the upper respiratory passages. We report an unusual case of adenoid cystic carcinoma in a 45-year-old woman who presented with a three-year history of progressive right trigeminal sensory palsy, most pronounced in the second division. There was, in addition, a right trigeminal motor palsy and a partial right 6th nerve palsy. CT scanning showed only a small soft tissue mass spanning an enlarged right
more » ... foramen ovale. Solid adenoid cystic carcinoma was resected from Meckel's cave via a middle cranial fossa approach. A subsequent biopsy of the right maxillary antral mucosa found tumor tissue. We concluded that the tumor originated in the maxillary antrum and spread posteriorly along the infraorbital nerve to enlarge in the foramen ovale. Radiation to a total of 5,000 cGy was given. At 22 months there was neither radiographic nor clinical evidence of recurrence. At 30 months, the development of unsteady gait signalled the presence of recurrent tumor extending backwards from Meckel's cave into the right cerebello-pontine angle.
doi:10.1017/s0317167100046618 fatcat:me4he67jjndh5pwyahnkfwfh34

Augmenting Decompiler Output with Learned Variable Names and Types [article]

Qibin Chen and Jeremy Lacomis and Edward J. Schwartz and Claire Le Goues and Graham Neubig and Bogdan Vasilescu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
., i and j for loop guards).  ...  For example, i and j are often used to represent integers, s and str are often used to represent strings, etc. Thus, intuitively, there is some connection between a variable's name and its type.  ... 
arXiv:2108.06363v1 fatcat:up2d6ciynnhevok5cracznn6yq

Hail to the Chief: Earl Warren and the Supreme Court

Dennis J. Hutchinson, G. Edward White, Bernard Schwartz
1983 Michigan law review  
Edward White and Bernard Schwartz, both of whom must be counted among Warren's friendly critics, 2 have produced book-length studies that focus on the Chief Justice and the Court over which he presided  ...  ideas of the Court that set fires in the minds of men and women during the period came not from Warren but first from Hugo Black and then quickly, and for the balance of Warren's tenure, from William J.  ...  See J.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1288417 fatcat:rj2gbrpxyvbe5lg54pghg3imsm

Congenital Pulmonary Stenosis Resulting from Dysplasia of Valve

1969 Circulation  
A distinctive type of pulmonary valvular stenosis, termed "pulmonary valvular dysplasia," is described from six necropsies and 10 living children. The anatomic features of the stenotic pulmonary valve are unique in that there are three distinct cusps and no commissural fusion. The obstructive mechanism is related to markedly thickened, immobile cusps, characterized by the presence of disorganized myxomatous tissue. Several clinical features tend to distinguish this form of pulmonary stenosis.
more » ... each of 16 patients studied, a pulmonary ejection murmur was present, but this was not associated with an ejection click. Other features suggestive of this type of pulmonary stenosis were slow body growth, abnormal facies, and a positive family history of pulmonary stenosis. The electrocardiogram showed a greater degree of right axis deviation than is found in most cases of dome-shaped pulmonary stenosis. Right ventriculography revealed distinctive features of the pulmonary valve which were characterized by lack of typical dome-shaped deformity and by the presence of thick cusps. Experience with simple incision-valvulotomy was associated with a high (38%) operative mortality and significant residual stenosis in survivors. The suggested operative procedures include excision of a valve cusp, placement of a right ventricular outflow patch, or replacement of the pulmonary valve.
doi:10.1161/01.cir.40.1.43 pmid:5792996 fatcat:3a5qad6vfzdxfbrdaghcp7wnxe

Posaconazole Mono- or Combination Therapy for Treatment of Murine Zygomycosis

A. S. Ibrahim, T. Gebremariam, J. A. Schwartz, J. E. Edwards, B. Spellberg
2008 Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy  
We compared the efficacy of combination posaconazole-liposomal amphotericin B (LAmB) therapy to monotherapy with either drug in diabetic ketoacidotic or neutropenic mice with disseminated zygomycosis caused by Rhizopus oryzae. Combination therapy was no better than LAmB alone, and posaconazole monotherapy did not improve survival or reduce fungal burden versus placebo.
doi:10.1128/aac.01124-08 pmid:18936190 pmcid:PMC2630615 fatcat:nc4y4ws25jbujkk6ojov5b6jke

Munc-18-2 regulates exocytosis of H+-ATPase in rat inner medullary collecting duct cells

Julie A. Nicoletta, Jonathan J. Ross, Guangmu Li, Qingzhang Cheng, Jonathon Schwartz, Edward A. Alexander, John H. Schwartz
2004 American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology  
Munc-18-2 regulates exocytosis of H ϩ -ATPase in rat inner medullary collecting duct cells. .-Exocytic insertion of H ϩ -ATPase into the apical membrane of inner medullary collecting duct (IMCD) cells is dependent on a soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor (NSF) attachment protein target receptor (SNARE) complex. In this study we determined the role of Munc-18 in regulation of IMCD cell exocytosis of H ϩ -ATPase. We compared the effect of acute cell acidification (the stimulus for IMCD
more » ... tosis) on the interaction of syntaxin 1A with Munc-18-2 and the 31-kDa subunit of H ϩ -ATPase. Immunoprecipitation revealed that cell acidification decreased green fluorescent protein (GFP)-syntaxin 1A and Munc-18-2 interaction by 49 Ϯ 7% and increased the interaction between GFP-syntaxin 1A and H ϩ -ATPase by 170 Ϯ 23%. Apical membrane Munc-18-2 decreased by 27.5 Ϯ 4.6% and H ϩ -ATPase increased by 246 Ϯ 22%, whereas GP-135, an apical membrane marker, did not increase. Pretreatment of IMCD cells with a PKC inhibitor (GO-6983) diminished the previously described changes in Munc-18-2-syntaxin 1A interaction and redistribution of H ϩ -ATPase. In a pull-down assay of H ϩ -ATPase by glutathione S-transferase (GST)-syntaxin 1A bound to beads, preincubation of beads with an approximately twofold excess of His-Munc-18-2 decreased H ϩ -ATPase pulled down by 64 Ϯ 16%. IMCD cells that overexpress Munc-18-2 had a reduced rate of proton transport compared with control cells. We conclude that Munc-18-2 must dissociate from the syntaxin 1A protein for the exocytosis of H ϩ -ATPase to occur. This dissociation leads to a conformational change in syntaxin 1A, allowing it to interact with H ϩ -ATPase, synaptosomeassociated protein (SNAP)-23, and vesicle-associated membrane protein (VAMP), forming the SNARE complex that leads to the docking and fusion of H ϩ -ATPase vesicles. soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment protein target receptor; cell pH; acid secretion
doi:10.1152/ajpcell.00588.2003 pmid:15240346 fatcat:nh35uspn4jd3jouqqsx7ft6kl4

Antifungal Prophylaxis Is Effective against Murine Invasive Pulmonary Aspergillosis

G. Rieg, B. Spellberg, J. Schwartz, Y. Fu, J. E. Edwards, D. C. Sheppard, A. S. Ibrahim
2006 Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy  
doi:10.1128/aac.00299-06 pmid:16870798 pmcid:PMC1538645 fatcat:6uog6peiyvhwvpztvaob3m6qaa

pBD7, a novel cell-free expression vector with efficient translation initiation signal

Bimalendu Dasmahapatra, Edward J. Rozhon, Jerome Schwartz
1987 Nucleic Acids Research  
J. Mol. Biol. 182, 183-190. 3. Dasmahapatra, B. eT.75. (Manuscript in preparation). 4. Kozak, M., Microbial Rev. (1983) 47, 1-45. 5. Dasmahapatra, B. et. al. (1986) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/15.9.3933 pmid:3675735 pmcid:PMC340807 fatcat:m4ucakn23zbprj2jhlze2rqw4e

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Information Privacy, and the Limits of Default Rules

Edward J. Janger, Paul M. Schwartz
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Edward J. McCaffery et al., Framing the Jury: Cognitive Perspective on Pain and Suffering Awards, in BEHAVIORAL LAW AND ECONOMIcs 259, 262 (Cass R.  ...  J., Dec. 11, 2001, at B1.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.319144 fatcat:klkolz4r7jgvzajqury5tvdsku
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