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Found in Translation

2013 Journal of Clinical and Translational Hepatology  
We are thrilled to share the excitement by bringing to your attention the latest advances in translational research in hepatology through the pages of this new journal! Farmington, CT  ...  In the coming months, we intend to apply the same approach to the selection of articles of translational importance to other areas of hepatology.  ...  We are thrilled to share the excitement by bringing to your attention the latest advances in translational research in hepatology through the pages of this new journal!  ... 
doi:10.14218/jcth.2013.000xx pmid:26355339 pmcid:PMC4521273 fatcat:kmsjhrv3zvd2rbjaiqt6sas6oy

FOUND IN TRANSLATION

Gareth Carrol, Kathy Conklin, Henrik Gyllstad
2016 Studies in Second Language Acquisition  
We also compared translations of Swedish idioms and congruent idioms (items that exist in both languages) to see how L1 knowledge is utilized during online processing.  ...  In this study we investigated how advanced nonnative speakers process idioms encountered in their L2.  ...  in!the!L2,!in!the!sense!that!they!showed!the!same!kind!of!!! ).!Found!in!translation:!the!influence! of!L1!on!the!processing!of!idioms!in!L2.!Studies(in(Second(Language(Acquisition.! Available!Online!  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0272263115000492 fatcat:drtw64tdhjd35kfwur4xoqavh4

Found in translation

Natalie de Souza
2010 Nature Methods  
In five out of eleven comparisons, the zebrafish ortholog was in the top ten most similar phenotypes to the human, as reported by two metrics; for the mouse, this was true in four out of ten comparisons  ...  An extension of the EQ annotations to the entire OMIM database is in progress, says Haendel, and once in place should allow many researchers to work toward bringing these exciting possibilities to fruition  ... 
doi:10.1038/nmeth0210-98 fatcat:belss45gcvedfln3c35j23o7qi

Found in Translation

Meghan Downes
2019 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde  
Only once Eka Kurniawan's work had been 'found in translation' was he taken more seriously in Indonesian media coverage.  ...  I use this case to examine two key issues: firstly, the ways in which certain genres such as horror and crime are 'othered' in the Indonesian literary landscape; and secondly, how processes of translation  ...  and found in translation.  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134379-17502019 fatcat:2vooaos3cnbgzd2gf4yuslmjqm

Found in Translation

Nicholas O. Rule, Keiko Ishii, Nalini Ambady, Katherine S. Rosen, Katherine C. Hallett
2011 Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  
Funding The author(s) disclosed receipt of the following financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: This research was supported in part by a grant from the Social  ...  For participants in Japan and Spain, instructions were translated into Japanese and Spanish, respectively, and then back-translated to assure consistency in meaning.  ...  Although we observed strong and consistent agreement in the categorization of sexual orientation across cultures, we also found evidence for some differences in how sexual orientation was judged.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0146167211415630 pmid:21807952 fatcat:rlrnvsuihje4jbtbemjo5yol5q

Found in Translation [chapter]

Marco Turchi, Ilias Flaounas, Omar Ali, Tijl De Bie, Tristan Snowsill, Nello Cristianini
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
in a uniform way.  ...  Data gathering is based on RSS crawlers, machine translation on Moses and the text categorisation on SVMs.  ...  dozens of languages: Found in Translation (FIT) (http://foundintranslation.enm.bris.ac.uk/).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04174-7_55 fatcat:onoynbgvwbbkzbx2aajlig4rkq

Found in Translation

Jack M. Gorman
2005 CNS Spectrums  
Found in Translation By Jack M.  ...  defect in rodents.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1092852900009974 fatcat:y3r3ef7jivh5tfagxirfvd2iza

Found in Translation

Stephanie A. Moore, James L. Januzzi
2010 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
As more studies are done to examine the role of sST2 in heart disease onset, progression, and complication, this marker seems increasingly important, and the journey of sST2, "found in translation," continues  ...  Thus, for new blood tests with potential cardiac applications, getting "lost in translation" during the bench-to-bedside journey is an obvious risk.  ...  generally speaking, where things are heading for the field of cardiac biomarker testing: as we slowly move further toward a biologicallyguided era of management of our patients with heart disease, biomarkers in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2009.08.049 pmid:20117404 fatcat:5peh7g65afb63ctt56u2dwpzx4

Found in translation

A H K Kwok
2004 British Journal of Ophthalmology  
Found in translation Introducing BJO in Translation E nglish, as we at the BJO would be the first to point out, is a perfectly splendid language, but it does have one drawback: roughly six billion people  ...  The opportunity is at hand for our new translation project. BJO in Translation now features editions in Chinese and Portuguese.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bjo.2004.057588 pmid:15548794 pmcid:PMC1772425 fatcat:mfzbz73brzg2fndjhz3e5ctuxm

Proteostasis: Found in translation

Mirella Bucci
2015 Nature Chemical Biology  
ProteoStaSiS Found in translation These studies highlight the druggability of the ISR and utility of its modifiers as potential therapeutics and as probes.  ...  Through this unique targeting of the phosphatase regulatory subunit, these authors found that Sephin1 could prevent the molecular, morphological and motor defects in mouse models of two proteinmisfolding  ... 
doi:10.1038/nchembio.1826 fatcat:z4qjbv7kcncqhaxdtnzdwwjxaa

Physiology: found in translation

Peter D. Wagner, David J. Paterson
2011 Journal of applied physiology  
In this way, we can play a major role in ensuring the future of the discipline and, as a result, in translating basic discoveries into clinical care.  ...  Translational research just cannot be accomplished without physiology.  ... 
doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00736.2011 pmid:21680877 fatcat:zzpbksrcpbflhacbnoj6prpixe

Physiology: found in translation

Peter D. Wagner, David J. Paterson
2011 Journal of Physiology  
In this way, we can play a major role in ensuring the future of the discipline and, as a result, in translating basic discoveries into clinical care.  ...  Translational research just cannot be accomplished without physiology.  ... 
doi:10.1113/jphysiol.2011.215079 pmid:21831952 fatcat:g5i3zurqlff2booo4czevofrse

Epidemiology—Found in Translation

Margaret R. Spitz, Neil E. Caporaso, Andrew N. Freedman
2011 Cancer Discovery  
We highlight the value of carefully designed observational epidemiologic analyses in translating basic science discoveries to clinical application and in providing the impetus for exploring underlying  ...  Coupling epidemiologic data with an in vitro screen of commonly used therapeutic agents may identify novel applications for further clinical testing. Cancer Discovery; 1(1); 21-2.  ...  all basic associations had already been found.  ... 
doi:10.1158/2159-8274.cd-11-0042 pmid:22586315 fatcat:ryyhgwdoojejhcmdes7mcidj3m

Physiology: found in translation

Peter D. Wagner, David J. Paterson
2011 American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology  
In this way, we can play a major role in ensuring the future of the discipline and, as a result, in translating basic discoveries into clinical care.  ...  Translational research just cannot be accomplished without physiology.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00649.2011 pmid:21724867 fatcat:pvjwwp3bzzfzdh4s3glddxz22u

Physiology: found in translation

Peter D. Wagner, David J. Paterson
2011 American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism  
In this way, we can play a major role in ensuring the future of the discipline and, as a result, in translating basic discoveries into clinical care.  ...  Translational research just cannot be accomplished without physiology.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpendo.00317.2011 pmid:21730257 fatcat:spp6c6edu5cdxi53dfrlutengq
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