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Managing proliferation in South Asia: A case for assistance to unsafe nuclear arsenals

Robert E. Rehbein
2002 The Nonproliferation Review  
nuclear proliferation, raising fears that such "neo-non-proliferation negativism" will in the end "erode one of the most important pillars of American foreign policy." 128 Others echo the fears of Leonard  ...  The oft-used metaphor in this case is that of teenagers and condoms: "one prefers that it not happen, but if it goes on anyway, there are strong incentives for assuring that it happen safely." 125 On  ... 
doi:10.1080/10736700208436876 fatcat:dnsqtxpc6ngfdahsqurafovxli

No End in Sight: The Continuing Menace of Nuclear Proliferation

Lawrence D. Freedman, Nathan E. Busch
2005 Foreign Affairs  
and repairs of command networks and early-warning systems.  ...  And yet, even then, both sides appear to have drawn the wrong lessons from the conflict.  ...  Limited-scope safeguards are currently still applied to the states that have not signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT): India, Israel, and Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20034371 fatcat:s4npbbiimrfvhkskl54tlqq7b4


1927 Annals of Surgery  
the cut faces and adja- cent bone and proliferation of new bone as callus.  ...  With the vas- cularity there goes a certain amount of erosion. Chan- nels open up in the old bone for lodgement of vessels, and among the eroded spaces new bone grows up.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000658-192711000-00008 pmid:17865776 fatcat:kiv45feecjf3hmxc256m7xl2za

Cancer tumors as Metazoa 1.0: tapping genes of ancient ancestors

P C W Davies, C H Lineweaver
2011 Physical Biology  
Comparative genomics and the phylogeny of basal metazoans, opisthokonta and basal multicellular eukaryotes should help identify the relevant genes and yield the order in which they evolved.  ...  The genes of cellular cooperation that evolved with multicellularity about a billion years ago are the same genes that malfunction to cause cancer.  ...  of this paper with Ariel Anbar, Michael Barrett, Don Coffey, Pauline Davies, James Elser, Andrey Loskutov, Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Carlo Maley, Simon Conway-Morris, John Pepper, Molly Townes, Thea Tlsty and  ... 
doi:10.1088/1478-3975/8/1/015001 pmid:21301065 pmcid:PMC3148211 fatcat:fzkxvppbljcvlkhpl7ndbh25ze

The Goldilocks Genes

M. Leslie
2004 Science of Aging Knowledge Environment  
But tumors proliferate if the animals also lack the protein p53, which norm a l ly goads cells with broken DNA to either m a ke repairs or kill themselves.  ...  A parent with the disease might bequeath to his or her children a functional telomerase gene and m a rg i n a l ly short telomeres that could erode unusually quickly.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sageke.2004.43.ns8 pmid:15509874 fatcat:gve2e5kfz5b6vojrtbkzps6a5a

Watson-Jones Lecture, 1976. Some lesions of the brachial plexus

G Bonney
1977 Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England  
of neural reconstruction and of specific treatment for pain are described.  ...  In the first the importance of the pathological anatomy is stressed; in the second the rewarding results of accurate diagnosis and careful treatment are noted; and in the third the expanding possibilities  ...  Up to recently I thought these men were wrong; now I am sure that they are.  ... 
pmid:879635 pmcid:PMC2491785 fatcat:zmboc2xbozfuxofx7viufujuyq


1910 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
It seems to me that his attitude Iowa1'1' the physician and the internist in the matter of treatment oi acute ulcer as well as of chronic ulcer is wrong.  ...  It is probable that the proliferation of the epithelium within such inclusions is frequently stopped by the cutting off of the blood-supply, and that degeneration results.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330110021007 fatcat:mhbfz3yi4nf4vob4pzwo57yfje

Protean Uses of Trust: A Curious Case of Science Hoaxes

Sabina Siebert, Stephanie Schreven
2019 Nauki o Wychowaniu Studia Interdyscyplinarne  
This article explores an intervention that practises the 'art of deception' in the context of biomedical publishing.  ...  Hoaxes are seen by some to increase trust, and are seen by others to damage trust.  ...  The deception goes unnoticed until the hoax is revealed, and the veil is pulled back. The spoof paper is the deception that goes unnoticed, a fake that would make a con-artist proud.  ... 
doi:10.18778/2450-4491.09.15 fatcat:cqvb3pdolrgujnfpsum537tzpq


Michael Emerson, Richard Youngs, Leila Alieva, Senem Aydin, Düzgit Bogomolov, Hakim Darbouche, Richard Giragosian, Balazs Jarabik, Kristina Kausch, George Khutsishvili, Elena Klitsounova, Alexander Lytvynenko (+1 others)
European fund administration, and so it goes on.  ...  buildings repaired; and the corrupt traffic police were dismissed entirely and replaced with a reliable mobile patrol.  ... 

A case of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

1970 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Shillingford and Dr. E. D. Williams for assistance in preparing this report, and to Mr. W. Brackenbury for the photomicrographs.  ...  Perhaps it is this lack of osteoblastic repair rather than the activation of osteoclasts that enables holes to be formed. Dr. D.  ...  Professor HARRISON: I would like to suggest that; I do not think that the lymphocyte is capable of eroding bone on its own. Professor C. C.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.5695.546 fatcat:rhkjk5rpnvcj7bqhdmasqa3f7e

(a) —Periodontal Histopathology

1931 Journal of Periodontology  
In the matter of the epithelial attach- ment Gottlieb goes on to say that the im- portant question is whether the loosening of the epithelium from the tooth surface and its deep proliferation along the  ...  time and means to react and repair the loss of the others.  ... 
doi:10.1902/jop.1931.2.1.35 fatcat:d7mr5x6shnhebechk75x4a4v7y

Stem cells, aging and cancer: inevitabilities and outcomes

Deborah R Bell, Gary Van Zant
2004 Oncogene  
Acknowledgements We acknowledge the support of Grants R01 AG016653, R01 AG20917, and R01 AG022859 from the National Institutes of Health.  ...  These results indicate that the initially transformed cell was a primitive stem cell that took the wrong developmental pathway, presumably depending upon the mutation that occurred.  ...  Since these mechanisms' may be eroded with time (for example, as a result of oxidative damage), genetic damage may result and accumulate.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.onc.1207949 pmid:15378089 fatcat:y42qy7gyxna4hj5jojyvp7f34i

Taxation for a Circular Economy: New Instruments, Reforms, and Architectural Changes in the Fiscal System

Xavier Vence, Sugey de Jesus López Pérez
2021 Sustainability  
intensive in materials and energy, highly automated and robotized, and (2) that the environmental taxation implemented in recent decades is unable to introduce significant changes to stop climate change  ...  that are suitable for the circular economy.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful to the comments and suggestions made by the four anonymous reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13084581 fatcat:yhbhwyklcnhhndepmrgymvcgpm

On the way to being middle class

AbdouMaliq Simone, Achmad Uzair Fauzan
2013 City  
Some respondents indicated that there would be a proliferation of misunderstanding and disputes.  ...  , revisions, repairs and experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13604813.2013.795331 fatcat:4cvmj6yesjhupmbszn62rhl3zy

Bracketing Braverman: Thinking and Acting for Wildlife Conservation after Nature

Geoffrey Wandesforde-Smith
2016 Journal of international wildlife law and policy  
So her second book has a lot to say about the in situ/ex situ distinction, and about the blurring of that distinction.  ...  The chapters of the book are arranged in a way that turns a seemingly simple distinction into a complex and intriguing continuum of sites where conservation work is occurring.  ...  , "multiple and dynamic natures [proliferating] at a variety of sites around the world, " 8 offering people experiences of wildlife that can be packaged and marketed as being "as wild as possible" 9  ... 
doi:10.1080/13880292.2016.1167476 fatcat:yesj2hzqr5echmpa3o4q77wwj4
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