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Three Chaucer Studies. Russell Krauss , Haldeen Braddy , C. Robert Kase

B. J. Whiting
1933 Speculum  
Robert Kase. New York: Oxford Uni- versity Press, 1932. Cloth. pp. vii+182+101+4-89.  ...  Chaucerian Problems: Especially the Petherton Forestership and the Ques- tion of Thomas Chaucer, by Russell Krauss; II.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2855901 fatcat:ullz3g7wozeyflhwvvodplrwvu

Liver and intestine transplantation

John P. Roberts, Robert S. Brown, Erick B. Edwards, Douglas G. Farmer, Richard B. Freeman, Russell H. Wiesner, Robert M. Merion
2003 American Journal of Transplantation  
For unknown reasons, recipients with blood type B had a markedly lower graft survival than those with other blood types at all time points.  ...  Recipients with blood type B demonstrated a lower survival rate at 3 months and 1 year post-transplant (60%) than those with other blood types.  ... 
doi:10.1034/j.1600-6143.3.s4.8.x pmid:12694052 fatcat:gtf6l7dddfh5rhes2hrhbzolwm

An SH2—SH3 domain hybrid

Robert B. Russell, Geoffrey J. Barton
1993 Nature  
The experimentally determined location of bound biotinylated lysine is shown in stick form. b, The structure of src SH2 domain 1 in the same orientation as a, showing the experimentally determined location  ...  SH2 binds phosphotyrosine-containing peptides, whereas Bir A catalyses the b 30 40 ~7f L D G Gs~ ~~Ir~~: i1s T ~~I~~ f s ~I~ L NI~~~ k: ~ 6 ~ a r: rn 6 6 r ~ ( 1 1 I s 111111 aaaaaa 11111111 90 SH2 GAIYCLSVSDFIDNA  ...  Robert B. Russell Geoffrey J.  ... 
doi:10.1038/364765a0 pmid:7689175 fatcat:7ftz5zpmang5xfoyt277jttwji

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Frederick Wolfe, Daniel J. Clauw, Mary-Ann Fitzcharles, Don L. Goldenberg, Winfried Häuser, Robert S. Katz, Philip Mease, Anthony S. Russell, I. Jon Russell, John B. Winfield
2010 Arthritis care & research  
The study included patients (n ϭ 1,002) with local and widespread pain from 55 centers. Using the 1990 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) FM criteria, including the assessment of tender points, the patients were diagnosed as having FM (Wolfe F, Smythe HA, Yunus MB, Bennett RM, Bombardier C, Goldenberg DL, et al. The American College of Rheumatology 1990 criteria for the classification of fibromyalgia: report of the Multicenter Criteria Committee. Arthritis Rheum 1990;33:160 -72). Widespread
more » ... pain was assessed by body pain drawing, and extensive questionnaires were applied. After a series of analyses, Wolfe et al concluded that a widespread pain index was the best predictor of FM. When this index was excluded from the analysis, key predictors of FM were nonrefreshing sleep, fatigue, cognitive difficulties, and a host of somatic symptoms. These 4 variables were then combined into a symptom severity scale, which ranged from 0 -12. This symptom severity scale highly correlated with both the tender point count and the widespread pain index. The combination of the symptom severity scale and the widespread pain index identified 80.9% of the FM cases previously diagnosed by the 1990 ACR criteria. Furthermore, the symptom severity scale was useful for identifying previously diagnosed FM in patients who no longer satisfied ACR criteria. In phase 2 of their study, Wolfe et al collected the widespread pain index and symptom severity scale scores and reported that they performed well for diagnosing FM. Wolfe and colleagues promote new diagnostic criteria that are almost as good (80% correct classification) as the previous criteria. The irony of this approach is that these 1990 ACR criteria had been previously disparaged by the same authors. Therefore, it is hard to consider this an advance of the clinical science. Wolfe and colleagues are to be commended for this attempt at simplifying the diagnostic criteria for FM for general practitioners and specialists alike. Most of us will agree that the 1990 ACR criteria for FM lacked important illness features such as fatigue, morning stiffness, disturbed sleep, affective distress, etc. Wolfe et al remedied this omission by including several of these features, such as nonrestorative sleep, fatigue, and dyscognition, into the new criteria. Nevertheless, there is a glaring omission of well-known mechanistic FM features, such as hyperalgesia, central sensitization, or dysfunctional pain modulation. We also doubt that the new criteria can provide more precision (specifically for characterization of FM subgroups) mostly because of the vagueness of the proposed criteria (fatigue, dyscognition, and nonrestorative sleep). Also, the somatic symptom list is extremely broad (41 somatic symptoms), and the symptoms are ordered by neither relevance nor predictive value, etc., supposedly contributing equally to FM. In conclusion, whether or not these new criteria are easy to apply by practicing physicians will require empirical testing. Unfortunately, the new criteria are imprecise, ill-defined, lack mechanistic features, and are completely symptom focused. They also subscribe to the same circular logic as the 1990 ACR criteria. Would it be better to teach physicians how to test tender points and therefore keep the old criteria? New criteria for FM are needed, but we doubt that Wolfe and colleagues have made the necessary quantum leap to advance this important issue.
doi:10.1002/acr.20291 fatcat:th3m7cpbuvfozafiylqakiajki

Psychophysical contrast calibration

Long To, Russell L. Woods, Robert B. Goldstein, Eli Peli
2013 Vision Research  
Bit-stealing uses unequal levels of R, G, B to produce pseudogray luminance values that are inserted between the 256 values of luminance available with R = G = B.  ...  The output log-contrast was modeled with the ratios G/R 2 (1.5, 6.5) and R/ B 2 (0.8, 5.0). An initial lookup table was generated using two fixed ratios G/R = 3.5 and R/B = 2.0.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2013.04.011 pmid:23643843 pmcid:PMC3744609 fatcat:x3jrjnauanfpvnkue6c5ejs33m

Linear motifs: Evolutionary interaction switches

Victor Neduva, Robert B. Russell
2005 FEBS Letters  
(B) The conservation of C-terminal Binding Protein (CtBP) motif in the homologues of human Actin-like protein 6B (ACTL6B).  ...  Plots show the fraction of linear motifs (A) or protein domains (B) found in human proteins and conserved in orthologous proteins from other species.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.febslet.2005.04.005 pmid:15943979 fatcat:gya6glrrfzbw5bemzgkdsoqzmy

Associated and polymerically stabilized dispersions

William B. Russel, Stacey Elliott, Robert A. Lionberger
1999 AIP Conference Proceedings  
x 2 ' o • 3 4 • XZX " • s~' ..: B O I I I ] I 0.3 0.35 0.4¢ 0.45 0.5 0.55 ! 1.0 0.5 0.0 1.000 -' ~ f .. ""~" .%--o.74 .. /i ../ --" /fo.4o/.  ...  high frequency shear modulus as a function of the effective volume fraction for several different values of L/go compared with data from Mewis and coworkers [ 10] for a/L= 5 and 7 (a) and 11 and 21 (b)  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.58587 fatcat:2xaql4ll6fhktdtzsmes7tp63e

Letseng's Unique Diamond Proposition

Russell Shor, Robert Weldon, A.J.A. (Bram) Janse, Christopher Breeding, Steven B. Shirey
2015 Gems & Gemology  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the kind assistance of Mazvi Maharasoa, CEO of Letšeng Diamonds (Maseru, Lesotho); Clifford Elphick, CEO of Gem Diamonds (Johannesburg, South Africa); Robert  ...  Because the economic viability of Letšeng Russell Shor, Robert Weldon, A.J.A. (Bram) Janse, Christopher M. Breeding, and Steven B.  ...  Photo by Robert Weldon/GIA. Figure B-4.  ... 
doi:10.5741/gems.51.3.280 fatcat:p5ylto3x7jb43olxyhs3md6shi

Fold recognition without folds

Kristin K. Koretke, Robert B. Russell, Andrei N. Lupas
2002 Protein Science  
Because in PSI-BLAST comparison of sequences A and B amounts to comparing a profile of A-like sequences to B, if A is used as the starting sequence, and a profile of B-like sequences to A, if B is used  ...  Recent work has also exploited the concept of transitivity, where significant similarity between sequences A and B, and B and C is used to infer a relationship between sequences A and C (e.g., Holm and  ... 
doi:10.1110/ps.3590102 pmid:12021456 pmcid:PMC2373620 fatcat:jsxxjb2hgnd35jt6rbzwtow64a

Escherichia Coli Pyruvate Oxidase

Mike Mather, Robert Blake, John Koland, Herbert Schrock, Patricia Russell, Thomas O'Brien, Lowell P. Hager, Robert B. Gennis, Marion O'Leary
1982 Biophysical Journal  
METHODS The wild-type B strain of E. coli was grown at 370C in a minimal salt medium. Soluble BF, and plasma membranes were prepared by a  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(82)84613-4 pmid:19431517 pmcid:PMC1329068 fatcat:cmtzz5gvo5fsxddxko5trc5a6a

Potential artefacts in protein-interaction networks

Patrick Aloy, Robert B Russell
2002 FEBS Letters  
A as bait, B as prey) are not always seen in the other (i.e. B as bait, A as prey).  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0014-5793(02)03427-0 pmid:12387902 fatcat:mjjupsuwpvgkzj4vyjp7g77cye

Chesapeake Bay Eutrophication

Donald F. Boesch, Russell B. Brinsfield, Robert E. Magnien
2001 Journal of Environmental Quality  
(B ) Area of Chesapeake Bay bottom habitat covered by beds of submersed aquatic vegetation based on annual aerial surveys compared with the interim restoration goal.  ... 
doi:10.2134/jeq2001.302303x pmid:11285890 fatcat:j26udw47mbcxrnkhr5a5pj72p4

Human Immunoglobulin Specificity After Group B Arbovirus Infections

Robert McNair Scott, Jack M. McCown, Philip K. Russell
1972 Infection and Immunity  
Sera obtained during a dengue-2 epidemic from individuals with primary or secondary group B arbovirus infections contained cross-reactive antibody against several viruses in this group.  ...  infections with group B arboviruses is precluded by the development of antibody that exhibits extensive cross-reactions among members of this group.  ...  , Dengue; YF, yellow fever; JE, Japanese encephalitis; 0, no activity undiluted. b;Reciprocal HI titer against 8 units of antigen.  ... 
doi:10.1128/iai.6.3.277-281.1972 fatcat:pxrproc42zg3lorhczcvlnjdoi

Interview of Robert M. Wachter, MD

Russell B. Kerbel, Khin-Kyemon Aung
2015 Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation  
How good are we at decision support and triggering alerts to a clinician that when a patient has risk factors "A" and "B" together, that we need to think about "X"?  ...  Robert M. Wachter is Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, where he directs the 60-physician Division of Hospital Medicine.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hjdsi.2015.03.005 pmid:26179733 fatcat:sfdmymmm2rcihocwo637o76xh4

Polygenic sex determination in the cichlid fish Astatotilapia burtoni

Natalie B. Roberts, Scott A. Juntti, Kaitlin P. Coyle, Bethany L. Dumont, M. Kaitlyn Stanley, Allyson Q. Ryan, Russell D. Fernald, Reade B. Roberts
2016 BMC Genomics  
In haplochromine cichlids from Lake Victoria, LG2, LG5, and supernumerary B chromosomes have been associated with sex [31, 32] .  ...  Methods Husbandry and phenotyping Fish husbandry and procedures were performed under Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee approved protocols at North Carolina State University (Roberts Lab)  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12864-016-3177-1 pmid:27784286 pmcid:PMC5080751 fatcat:gmsg7wkx75cvpfs6zjmtypkb7a
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