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2012 Lab animal  
See page 198 Volume 41, No. 7 | JULY 2012 179 lab aNiMal in thiS iSSue  ...  In this article, Pinson provides a training primer for IOs and other institutional leaders detailing their responsibilities in an animal care and use program under federal regulations.  ... 
doi:10.1038/laban0712-179 fatcat:ovqxitfv3zgdfcxr6vf626iwvm

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2017 Cancer Discovery  
PAX3-FOXO1-Positive Rhabdomyosarcomas Are Dependent on BRD4 In This Issue is written by Cancer Discovery editorial staff . Readers are encouraged to consult the original articles for full details .  ...  Co-mutation of IDH2 and DNMT3A, which have opposing effects on DNA methylation, resulted in an epigenetic antagonism, and this subset of AML had the least differential methylation.  ...  In This Issue To request permission to re-use all or part of this article, use this link Research.  ... 
doi:10.1158/2159-8290.cd-iti7-8 fatcat:3kmzo3bfr5fbnnkenesgfwuuri

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R. Strange
2017 Food Security  
This issue consists of 12 papers, one conference report and two book reviews.  ...  Both the books reviewed in this issue of Food Security are good reads: Calestous Juma in Innovation and its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies and Australia's Role in Feeding the World edited  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12571-017-0667-1 fatcat:ywmfffj2dbehhn7m2rabhp6uje

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2019 Journal of Immunology  
In this issue, Arabi-Derkawi et al.  ...  In this issue, Schubert et al. (p. 1501) investigated whether LRP1 has an impact on the duration of ADAM17 activity and TNF release in human macrophages.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.1990001 fatcat:pbafkwz6ybg67hnfwta3tbn5om

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2011 Cell  
In This Issue Closing In on DSB Recognition PAGE 54 DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) pose a threat to genome stability and can lead to cancer.  ...  Sky Is the Limit in Rejuvenating Synaptic Proteins PAGE 117 Synaptic vesicle proteins are recycled at synapses, but how are dysfunctional proteins sorted from this recycling pool?  ...  Surprisingly, this manipulation leads to accumulation of Bax on the mitochondria.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cell.2011.03.030 fatcat:fp35mcb4ungbrjjvssn2nzjw34

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2008 Journal of Immunology  
(p. 4465) have determined that this dysfunction is related to postthymic survival in the aged periphery.  ...  (p. 4415) determined in human fetal and neonatal iNKT cells that differentiation of this innate effector phenotype is driven by exposure to IL-7.  ...  Despite this protection, NOD-PI/NOD8.3 mice had the same number of IGRP 206 -214 -specific T cells as NOD8.3 mice, and these cells were functional in in vitro assays.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.180.7.4349 fatcat:e36nmclvwrbj3pw6bxxipkmoey

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2021 Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management  
In this issue, we commence with a commentary from the Federal President of ACHSM Dr Neale Fong that goes to contemporary issues around leadership and management in the context of the College and then goes  ...  on to address the concepts of credentialing and certification and their importance in the profession of health management.  ...  Education (SHAPE). in this iss ue 2 Asia Pacific Journal of Healt h Management 2021; 16(2):i907. doi: 10.24083/apjhm.v16i2.907 IN THIS ISSUE In this issue we commence with a commentary from the Federal  ... 
doi:10.24083/apjhm.v16i2.907 fatcat:lu762gxnybem7jagr7ah7k5dci

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2021 Pure and Applied Chemistry  
To separate or not to separate: what is necessary and enough for a green and sustainable extraction of bioactive compounds from Brazilian citrus waste https://doi.org/10.1515/pac-2020-0706 Pure Appl. Chem. 2020; 93(1): 13-27 Conference paper: Sufficiency and how less can be more: achieving sustainability through the use of environmentally friendly extraction techniques. The case of orange processing waste to extract bioactive flavonoids and the possibility of using residues from sustainable farming models.
doi:10.1515/pac-2021-graphabs1 fatcat:k7a44uo34bez3kjm5k5zkwda3e

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2009 Journal of Immunology  
In This Issue In This Issue Registering MHC II Tetramers T etramers consisting of peptide:MHC class I complexes (pMHCT-1) have been used extensively for the study of CD8 ϩ T cell responses.  ...  It is not known, however, whether E␤ acts in a binary or graded manner. To address this issue, Bonnet et al.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.0990105 fatcat:at6ajjep6ncojmmeplda2qvbdm

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2008 Psychological Medicine  
In this issue This issue contains one review of the prevalence of personality disorder in schizophrenia.  ...  The authors conclude that this supports the proposition that social adversity contributes to the high rates of psychosis found in migrant groups. Laurens et al.  ...  This variation was related to country of study, study type, instrument used to assess PD, and care setting.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0029665108004023 fatcat:lyvdshtrczhvva4jdlv52dlqka

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2009 Journal of Immunology  
In This Issue In This Issue Antigen Independence!  ...  Calcium-independent PLA 2 was not involved in this pathway.  ... 
doi:10.4049/jimmunol.0990014 fatcat:6wlmw4nuf5gi7lyov4sxrgp2o4

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2013 Cell Stem Cell  
., 691 Induction of aging-related features in human iPS-derived cells through expression of progerin addresses one of the major limitations of this approach and enables analysis of late-onset phenotypes  ...  in conditions such as Parkinson's disease.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.stem.2013.11.018 fatcat:behtayaebncs5paw4xumac2dmu

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David Briggs
2020 Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management  
IN THIS ISSUE IN THIS ISSUE Readers should be aware that this Special Covid Issue was not a planned or promoted issue but has been published as a direct result of authors submitting articles on the topic  ...  They describe the strong reliance on data and information in addressing the pandemic and the challenges this In this Issue 2 Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management 2020; 15(3):i491.  ... 
doi:10.24083/apjhm.v15i3.491 fatcat:amkzffhldbhunmjlhnyxglgloe

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2020 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
-B.D. 5546 | www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/iti1120117 In this issue Female swamp wallaby in Victoria, Australia. Image courtesy of Geoff Shaw (University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia).  ...  fatality rate in humans.  ... 
doi:10.1073/iti1120117 fatcat:somobrbk4bbd3b4nvxthvcycti

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2011 Journal of Clinical Investigation  
Wang and colleagues have addressed this issue in mice inheriting the p53 R172H missense mutation, which is equivalent to a P53 mutation found in approximately 6% of human cancers (893-904).  ...  is not known whether restoring p53 expression will be of benefit in this context.  ... 
doi:10.1172/jci57370 fatcat:nucisjzbhrf55nctznge727oju
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