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Joshua Kelley, Brian Boville, Dominic Sanfillipo, John Huntington, Robert J. Mann, John Polley, John Girotto
2017 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Global Open  
doi:10.1097/01.gox.0000526389.07959.b9 fatcat:s7dqp3uvznamlk6spvqykxwcyi

Isodose Curves for Superficial Therapy

E. Dale Trout, John P. Kelley, Arthur C. Lucas, Edward J. Furno
1955 Radiology  
., JOHN P. KELLEY, + ARTHUR C. LUCAS, B.S., and EDWARD J. FURNO, B.S. SODOSE CURVES for the low voltages and goer fields used in superficial x-ray therapy have been the subject of few publi- cations.  ...  Trout, J. P. KeLLey, CM 2 | Nae 4_ | s es hese j ° 8_ HV 40 MM AL FSD-30CM FIELD-LO CM DIA CM Pas | = 6.  ... 
doi:10.1148/65.5.703 pmid:13273642 fatcat:ezvfma6okvcppag67jw5lth2um

Posterior Tuberculous Sinuses of Vertebral Origin

John J. Cincotti, Arnold M. Salzberg, Edward W. Boone, John B. Kelley
1949 New England Journal of Medicine  
E., Cincotti, J. J., and Arico, J. F. Streptomycin and. sec- ondary closure in treatment of tuberculous sinuses. S. Clin. North America 28:1627-1637, 1948. 15. Harken, D. E., and Cincotti, J. J.  ...  Bisgard, J. D. Case of tuberculous osteomyelitis and chondritis of first rib. Am. J. Surg. 44:450-452, 1939. 7. Carr, D., and Alexander, J. Tuberculosis of thoracic wall: survey of thirty-two cases.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm194908042410502 pmid:18137398 fatcat:ap2zpocz6jebtopehybemolmym

The NOESY jigsaw

Chris Bailey-Kellogg, Alik Widge, John J. Kelley, Marcelo J. Berardi, John H. Bushweller, Bruce Randall Donald
2000 Proceedings of the fourth annual international conference on Computational molecular biology - RECOMB '00  
HNHA An HNHA spectrum [4, pp. 524-528] captures interacting intraresidue through-bond H N -15 N-H α ; peak intensities estimate the J coupling constant 3 J H N H α which is correlated with the φ bond angle  ...  The results are similar for both suites, except that α-helices in suite 2 sometimes extend past or fail to reach the end of an α-helix or β-strand, due to misleading J constants.  ... 
doi:10.1145/332306.332323 dblp:conf/recomb/Bailey-KelloggWKBBD00 fatcat:4wwky7ryo5gvvfjrtllif7vrlu

Carbon dioxide partial pressures in arctic surface waters1

Patrick I. Coyne, John J. Kelley
1974 Limnology and Oceanography  
From 26 J~rly to 16 August 1971, the system was in automatic mode with 60-min cycles (PCO2, 40 min; air, 10 min; refercnce gas, 10 min).  ...  2.5 + 3.4 4.0 + 3.5 Water 7.1 T 3.5 7.0 + 3.5 Sediment 4.5 T1.7 6.0 '7 3.1 Seasonal mean wind speed (cm sec'l) 399 5 139 409 z 174 *Complete data are presented in a report by Coyne and Kelley  ... 
doi:10.4319/lo.1974.19.6.0928 fatcat:56kcqey2q5ej5mzk3ecx6ctggu

Marketing Research

William S. Penn, Oscar P. Arnay, Robert L. Clewett, Robert H. Cole, Laurence P. Dowd, Paul Enfeur, George Fisk, Alfred Gross, Kenneth A. Grubb, Richard J. Hand, Stanley C. Hollander, Eugene J. Kelley (+15 others)
1959 Journal of Marketing  
Gruss, Trundle Consultants; RicHarp J. HAND, Queen's University; STANLEY C. HOLLANDER, Michigan State University; EuceNe J. KELLEY WituiAM T.  ...  John V. Ziemba, Food Engineering, July, 1958, pp. 52-54- [J-s.w.]  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224295902300312 fatcat:lqtjflqetvedrdkmv4ihhd2afm

Strategic planning in higher education

Michael J. Dooris, John M. Kelley, James F. Trainer
2004 New Directions for Institutional Research  
Widener University. http://www.widener.edu/about/ 34 Allen, J. and J. Baker. "Building an Institution Worthy of Its History: The Evergreen Strategic Plan at Widener University."  ...  Vague plans, with little indication of how goals and objectives will be met, may be particularly likely to provoke doubt. 2 Benjamin Ginsberg, a professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University  ... 
doi:10.1002/ir.115 fatcat:ewqg6pjk6jdkzkltc7qpr2tpje

ROBUST MULTILAYER INSULATION FOR CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS

J. E. Fesmire, S. D. Augustynowicz, B. E. Scholtens, J. G. Weisend, John Barclay, Susan Breon, Jonathan Demko, Michael DiPirro, J. Patrick Kelley, Peter Kittel, Arkadiy Klebaner, Al Zeller (+6 others)
2008 AIP Conference Proceedings  
doi:10.1063/1.2908494 fatcat:46eketfcvjhtbcny7ln2jy5lcy

Management of the Jugular Bulb During Lateral Skull Base Surgery

Timothy F. Kelley, John P. Leonetti, David J. Newell, William J. Remington
1994 Skull Base  
This study attempts to outline proper steps in evaluating and treating patients with this problem as well MANAGEMENT OF THE JUGULAR BULB-KELLEY ET AL Dead of other causes 4 seen in the 1-year survival  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-2008-1058987 pmid:17170924 pmcid:PMC1656462 fatcat:xttvrmjtujhddamslmfpv76eme

Spin-up of the Baja California upwelling ecosystem1

John J. Walsh, James C. Kelley, Terry E. Whitledge, Jane J. MacIsaac, Susan A. Huntsman
1974 Limnology and Oceanography  
Nocturnal upward herbivore migrations (J.  ...  Blasco personal communication), Acartia sp. was initially the dominant copepod (J.  ... 
doi:10.4319/lo.1974.19.4.0553 fatcat:xskdwgw3zvebvbyyye3skxyb24

NATURAL CIRCULATION LOOP OF SUBCOOLED LIQUID NITROGEN

M. J. Kim, H. M. Chang, J. G. Weisend, John Barclay, Susan Breon, Jonathan Demko, Michael DiPirro, J. Patrick Kelley, Peter Kittel, Arkadiy Klebaner, Al Zeller, Mark Zagarola (+5 others)
2008 AIP Conference Proceedings  
An experimental study is performed to investigate the thermal and flow characteristics of subcooled liquid nitrogen in a natural circulation loop. A round tube with uniform diameter is fabricated into a circulation loop and vertically located in a cryostat, where a GM cryocooler is heat sink at the top and an electrical heater is heat source nearly at the bottom. Steady flow of subcooled liquid nitrogen in the loop is successfully obtained by setting the heating power at a given level.
more » ... re is measured at several locations of the loop, and the mass flow rate through the loop is estimated from the local energy balance in terms of the measured temperatures. Experiment is repeated for various values of the heating power and the vertical height between the cryocooler and the heater. The experimental results are in agreement with existing data and correlations to take into account the buoyancy and viscous forces. It is verified that the heat transfer rate of the loop has a maximum at a certain value of loop height.
doi:10.1063/1.2908604 fatcat:65ocdtbzg5ainesap52qb7wuvi

ILC CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS REFERENCE DESIGN

T. J. Peterson, M. Geynisman, A. Klebaner, V. Parma, L. Tavian, J. Theilacker, J. G. Weisend, John Barclay, Susan Breon, Jonathan Demko, Michael DiPirro, J. Patrick Kelley (+9 others)
2008 AIP Conference Proceedings  
A Global Design Effort (GDE) began in 2005 to study a TeV scale electron-positron linear accelerator based on superconducting radio-frequency (RF) technology, called the International Linear Collider (ILC). In early 2007, the design effort culminated in a reference design for the ILC, closely based on the earlier TESLA design. The ILC will consist of two 250 GeV linacs, which provide positron-electron collisions for high energy physics research. The particle beams will be accelerated to their
more » ... nal energy in superconducting niobium RF cavities operating at 2 kelvin. At a length of about 12 km each, the main linacs will be the largest cryogenic systems in the ILC. Positron and electron sources, damping rings, and beam delivery systems will also have a large number and variety of other superconducting RF cavities and magnets, which require cooling at liquid helium temperatures. Ten large cryogenic plants with 2 kelvin refrigeration are envisioned to cool the main linacs and the electron and positron sources. Three smaller cryogenic plants will cool the damping rings and beam delivery system components predominately at 4.5 K. This paper describes the cryogenic systems concepts for the ILC.
doi:10.1063/1.2908522 fatcat:nezpio64g5cdbbzb3cwyrfsakq

CALIBRATION OF CRYOGENIC THERMOMETERS FOR THE LHC

Ch. Balle, J. Casas-Cubillos, N. Vauthier, J. P. Thermeau, J. G. Weisend, John Barclay, Susan Breon, Jonathan Demko, Michael DiPirro, J. Patrick Kelley, Peter Kittel, Arkadiy Klebaner (+7 others)
2008 AIP Conference Proceedings  
6000 cryogenic temperature sensors of resistive type covering the range from room temperature down to 1.6 K are installed on the LHC machine. In order to meet the stringent requirements on temperature control of the superconducting magnets, each single sensor needs to be calibrated individually. In the framework of a special contribution, IPN (Institut de Physique Nucléaire) in Orsay, France built and operated a calibration facility with a throughput of 80 thermometers per week. After reception
more » ... from the manufacturer, the thermometer is first assembled onto a support specific to the measurement environment, and then thermally cycled ten times and calibrated at least once from 1.6 to 300 K. The procedure for each of these interventions includes various measurements and the acquired data is recorded in an ORACLE®-database. Furthermore random calibrations on some samples are executed at CERN to crosscheck the coherence between the approximation data obtained by both IPN and CERN. In the range of 1.5 K to 30 K, the calibration apparatuses at IPN and CERN are traceable to standards maintained in a national metrological laboratory by using a set of rhodium-iron temperature sensors of metrological quality. This paper presents the calibration procedure, the quality assurance applied, the results of the calibration campaigns and the return of experience. ABSTRACT 6000 cryogenic temperature sensors of resistive type covering the range from room temperature down to 1.6 K are installed on the LHC machine. In order to meet the stringent requirements on temperature control of the superconducting magnets, each single sensor needs to be calibrated individually. In the framework of a special contribution, IPN (Institut de Physique Nucléaire) in Orsay, France built and operated a calibration facility with a throughput of 80 thermometers per week. After reception from the manufacturer, the thermometer is first assembled onto a support specific to the measurement environment, and then thermally cycled ten times and calibrated at least once from 1.6 to 300 K. The procedure for each of these interventions includes various measurements and the acquired data is recorded in an ORACLE ®database. Furthermore random calibrations on some samples are executed at CERN to crosscheck the coherence between the approximation data obtained by both IPN and CERN. In the range of 1.5 K to 30 K, the calibration apparatuses at IPN and CERN are traceable to standards maintained in a national metrological laboratory by using a set of rhodium-iron temperature sensors of metrological quality. This paper presents the calibration procedure, the quality assurance applied, the results of the calibration campaigns and the return of experience.
doi:10.1063/1.2908696 fatcat:jwuetf65lze3vp46fmgxf4aojm

Discovery of a Novel Periodontal Disease-Associated Bacterium

Pedro J. Torres, John Thompson, Jeffrey S. McLean, Scott T. Kelley, Anna Edlund
2018 Microbial Ecology  
One of the world's most common infectious disease, periodontitis (PD), derives from largely uncharacterized communities of oral bacteria growing as biofilms (a.k.a. plaque) on teeth and gum surfaces in periodontal pockets. Bacteria associated with periodontal disease trigger inflammatory responses in immune cells, which in later stages of the disease cause loss of both soft and hard tissue structures supporting teeth. Thus far, only a handful of bacteria have been characterized as infectious
more » ... nts of PD. Although deep sequencing technologies, such as whole community shotgun sequencing have the potential to capture a detailed picture of highly complex bacterial communities in any given environment, we still lack major reference genomes for the oral microbiome associated with PD and other diseases. In recent work, by using a combination of supervised machine learning and genome assembly, we identified a genome from a novel member of the Bacteroidetes phylum in periodontal samples. Here, by applying a comparative metagenomics read-classification approach, including 272 metagenomes from various human body sites, and our previously assembled draft genome of the uncultivated Candidatus Bacteroides periocalifornicus (CBP) bacterium, we show CBP's ubiquitous distribution in dental plaque, as well as its strong association with the well-known pathogenic Bred complex^that resides in deep periodontal pockets.
doi:10.1007/s00248-018-1200-6 pmid:29860637 fatcat:w2zexceyhjfgjlnlcrbsez4u7a

COST-EFFICIENT STORAGE OF CRYOGENS

J. E. Fesmire, J. P. Sass, Z. Nagy, S. J. Sojourner, D. L. Morris, S. D. Augustynowicz, J. G. Weisend, John Barclay, Susan Breon, Jonathan Demko, Michael DiPirro, J. Patrick Kelley (+9 others)
2008 AIP Conference Proceedings  
NASA's cryogenic infrastructure, which supports launch vehicle operations and propulsion testing, is reaching an age when major refurbishment is required. Key elements of this infrastructure are the large double-walled cryogenic storage tanks used for both space vehicle launch operations and rocket propulsion testing at various NASA field centers. Perlite powder has historically been the insulation material of choice for these applications, but new bulk-fill insulation materials, including
more » ... bubbles and aerogel beads, have been shown to provide improved thermal and mechanical performance. Research was conducted on thermal performance to identify operational considerations and risks associated with using these new materials in large cryogenic storage tanks. The program was divided into three main areas: material testing (thermal conductivity and physical characterization), tank demonstration testing (liquid nitrogen and liquid hydrogen), and system studies (thermal modeling, granular physics, and insulation changeout). This research showed that more energy-efficient insulation solutions are possible for large-scale cryogenic storage tanks worldwide and summarized the operational requirements that should be considered for these applications.
doi:10.1063/1.2908498 fatcat:rk3zvtn7ujdzncfzk737f7yqge
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