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2021 Nippon Saikingaku Zasshi  
doi:10.3412/jsb.76.3 pmid:33627533 fatcat:zwwis4ec75bdtkbmfm5sorusia

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2010 Scientia Pharmaceutica  
doi:10.3797/scipharm.ak-10-02 fatcat:i23rtqczr5clbiiozlebm6z5ai

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2012 Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine  
This lecture will present the promises as well as the challenges in the field of skeletal tissue engineering and regeneration, specifically the application of adult stem cells and nanomaterial scaffolds  ... 
doi:10.1002/term.1607 pmid:23027669 fatcat:b6w6b3k4mbd7rhbz6qzszi73qy

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2016 Challenges and Innovations in Geotechnics  
References Special Lecturers DIN EN 12716:2001-12 3).  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781315374949-8 fatcat:3y3nrdy64vatdpfayxmvjzowki

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2007 Alcohol and Alcoholism  
KEYNOTE LECTURES KEYNOTE LECTURE SUNDAY, SEPT. 23RD 6.30 PM-7.30 PM; ROOM: LECTURE HALL 1 + 2 GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS FOR THE ALCOHOLISM RISK Schuckit M (USA) Great strides have been made in  ...  This lecture reviews recent research findings regarding one potentially important endophenotype contributing to these risks, a low level of response (sensitivity) to alcohol.  ...  KEYNOTE LECTURE MONDAY, SEPT. 24TH 11.00-12.00 AM; ROOM: LECTURE HALL 1 + 2 WHY MICE, RATS AND SOME HUMANS DRINK Tabakoff B, Bhave S, Printz M, Huebner N, Mangion J, Hu W, Saba L, Hornbaker Ch, Hoffman  ... 
doi:10.1093/alcalc/agm075 fatcat:4iwt5fql55gr5incntfhv3ivsu

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2012 2012 16th International Conference on Information Visualisation  
She has had 11 PhD students complete, has published widely with over 90 peer reviewed publications and has been keynote speaker at several international meetings.  ...  What is making it exciting are all its new instances involving phones, pads, projectors, and bionics.A few years ago I gave the IV Keynote discussing Grand Challenges in Information Visualization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iv.2012.9 fatcat:zzjdp7jlz5go3a5r6pbm4tsnsq

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DAVID J. BRADLEY
2000 Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene  
doi:10.2149/tmh1973.28.39 fatcat:dbqkn53vara7xdbhp4wtzc4nl4

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2021 Asia-Pacific Psychiatry  
In this lecture, we will discuss the effects of social isolation and loneliness on mortality and morbidity.  ...  The trend of adverse events from AP-1 to AP-4 will be discussed during the lecture. SM19-05 | REAP-AP4 survey: What does data from India suggest?  ... 
doi:10.1111/appy.12459 fatcat:ys6kew6fpnd63cvvah62so4fae

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2009 Journal of Perinatal Medicine  
Detroit, USA Preterm birth is the most important challenge to modern obstetrics and the leading cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality worldwide. The improved prognosis of preterm neonates is largely due to neonatal interventions. Antenatal steroids have been effective in reducing neonatal morbidity. Major advances in obstetrics are required to prevent spontaneous preterm labor and other disorders responsible for preterm birth. This presentation will argue that the current concepts that
more » ... t concepts that underpin the prediction and prevention of preterm birth need to be recast. Preterm birth is heterogeneous, resulting from spontaneous preterm labor (with intact or ruptured membranes), and indicated birth (preeclampsia and fetal growth restriction). Yet, each of these conditions represent syndromes with 1) different etiologies; 2) long preclinical phases; 3) phenotype definitions which are the cause of the disease; and 4) the result of gene environment interactions. We propose that the strategy for risk assessment and prevention of preterm birth needs to be based on the identification of the specific mechanisms of disease responsible for these syndromes. High-dimensional biology and systems biology offer new ways to define the mechanisms of disease and the taxonomy of obstetrical disorders responsible for preterm birth. The contributions of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and systems biology to the understanding of preterm birth will be described.
doi:10.1515/jpme.2009.110 fatcat:sknrajoj4zbdnjsr227xqb4c3u

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2009 Annals of Oncology  
The ability of a cancer cell to metastasize requires the acquisition of a series of cellbiological phenotypes. They are essential to the successful completion of the multi-step process termed the invasion-metastasis cascade. In fact, activation of the cell-biological program known as the epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) confers on cancer cells the capability to complete most of the steps of the invasion-metastasis cascade, with the apparent exception of the last one -colonization -which
more » ... olonization -which involves the growth of a micrometastasis into a macroscopic metastasis. The EMT is programmed by a series of intercommunicating transcription factors that are normally active during various steps of embryogenesis and during wound healing. This transdifferentiation process involves the acquisition of a series of malignancyassociated traits, such as cell motility, invasiveness, and a resistance to programmed cell death -apoptosis. Perhaps unexpectedly, the product of the EMT is not a typical mesenchymal cell, but instead a cell that has many of the attributes of an adult stem cell, including self-renewal and the display of cell-surface antigens that are associated with epithelial stem cells. The ramifications of this discovery will be explored.
doi:10.1093/annonc/mdp087 pmid:19430008 fatcat:nqiycw7j4rg6zks3e3mizxtcbu

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2003 Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism  
doi:10.1159/000073814 fatcat:hu6egr3o5vdwpd54xjji5ryljq

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2017 Experimental animals  
doi:10.1538/expanim.66suppl-kl pmid:28603168 pmcid:PMC5490626 fatcat:uyrh3sj5hbevdirjktdqemgipu

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2004 Disease Markers  
Initiate highly focused clinical and epidemiological Keynote Lectures studies to relate BS genotypes and phenotypes in different human populations, 6.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2004/195604 fatcat:x25t3h7cqjffrpmzjzebtp2wsi

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2003 The Keio Journal of Medicine  
doi:10.2302/kjm.52.supplement1_16 fatcat:qm7xaodwtbcj3jdgxxzd3no4d4

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2015 Regenerative Medicine  
Initiate highly focused clinical and epidemiological Keynote Lectures studies to relate BS genotypes and phenotypes in different human populations, 6.  ... 
doi:10.2217/rme.15.71 pmid:26488888 fatcat:ncnz6nivubf6dbil557cakoq4a
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