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John Beasley William Arthur Llewellyn Bowen Stefan Janikiewicz Robert John Rhys Lewis James Gareth Longhurst Asif Omar Qureshi Joseph Cecil Turton Roberts Jonathan Harold Rosenberg Robert Henry Stewart Thompson Charles Henry Townsend Wade Margaret Jean Wharton Desmond Gilbert Cromie Whyte

I F Brockington, D. Bowen, S Janikiewicz, J. Jenkins, K. Raza, J. Rowe, J. Laszlo, D. W Roberts, S. Thomas, A. Cohen, P. Williams, J R Lisle (+4 others)
1998 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
[John Laszlo] Joseph Cecil Turton Roberts General practitioner Darlington 1939-64 (b Blaydon-on-Tyne 1915; q Durham 1939), died suddenly on 30 December 1997.  ...  [Peter Mcwilliam, Robert Forster] Desmond Gilbert Cromie Whyte Former consultant radiologist Altnagelvin Hospital, Londonderry (q Belfast 1937; FRCP, FRCR; DSO), d 10 February 1998.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.316.7141.1392 pmid:9564015 pmcid:PMC1113094 fatcat:mnjsdu5zrfcitpznqcrr7rs4a4

Homeless Men: Chicago, 1930-31

Robert W. Beasley
1931 Social Service Review  
RoBERT W. BEASLEY UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO  ...  Immigrants from Southern Europe contributed negligible proportions of the total. 442 ROBERT W. BEASLEY During the month of June there were 2,754 additional men who applied for relief.  ... 
doi:10.1086/630930 fatcat:6k3nj5e32fabzjjgkycbda4jqi

Relief and Social Security. Lewis Meriam

Robert W. Beasley
1947 Social Service Review  
RoBERT W. BEASLEY' Social Security Administration Chicago, Illinois Health Insurance in the United Statcs. By NATHAN SINAI, Dr. P.H.; Opin W. ANDER- son; and MEtvin L. Dotiar.  ... 
doi:10.1086/636201 fatcat:uj7gj3y4mfdmtdwgqonsr6n4ya

The Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Report

Robert W. Beasley
1948 Social Service Review  
The Council would 358 ROBERT W. BEASLEY eliminate the present increment to the basic primary benefit amount for years of covered employment.  ...  ROBERT W.  ... 
doi:10.1086/636902 fatcat:hd5a7miabvc4bafwe5yv7u5p4u

Logics in fungal mycelium networks [article]

Andrew Adamatzky, Phil Ayres, Alexander E. Beasley, Nic Roberts, Martin Tegelaar, Michail-Antisthenis Tsompanas, Han A. B. Wösten
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Beasley, Nic Roberts, Martin Tegelaar, Michail-Antisthenis Tsompanas and Han A. B.  ...  We integrated the system using the Euler method with the five-node Laplace 4 Adamatzky, Ayres, Beasley, Roberts, Tegelaar, Tsompanas and Wösten Figure 2.  ... 
arXiv:2112.07236v1 fatcat:b3jvp4ze4nbjvhmbbzbeqsbkku

Old Age Assistance in Massachusetts. Alton A. Linford

Robert W. Beasley
1950 Social Service Review  
BEASLEY* Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration Washington, D.C. The Idea of Usury. By BENJAMIN N. NELSON. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1950. Pp. xxiv-+258. $3.00.  ... 
doi:10.1086/637905 fatcat:4mzzvlgmsjccvam7dbgd26beoy

CHESS: an Innovative Concept for High-Resolution, Far-UV Spectroscopy [article]

Keri Hoadley, Kevin France, Nicholas Nell, Robert Kane, Brian Fleming, Allison Youngblood, Matthew Beasley
2020 arXiv   pre-print
., 2011; Beasley et al., 2010; France et al., 2016b) . CHESS does not utilize a telescope, but rather light is fed into the spectrograph through a collimator.  ...  The instrument design included the development of two novel grating technologies and flight-testing of a cross-strip anode microchannel plate (MCP) detector (Beasley et al., 2010) .  ... 
arXiv:2008.06575v1 fatcat:ky2dcmksmzeo5bws7chzaz5aga

Fungal electronics [article]

Andrew Adamatzky, Phil Ayres, Alexander E. Beasley, Alessandro Chiolerio, Mohammad M. Dehshibi, Antoni Gandia, Elena Albergati, Richard Mayne, Anna Nikolaidou, Nic Roberts, Martin Tegelaar, Michail-Antisthenis Tsompanas (+2 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Fungal electronics is a family of living electronic devices made of mycelium bound composites or pure mycelium. Fungal electronic devices are capable of changing their impedance and generating spikes of electrical potential in response to external control parameters. Fungal electronics can be embedded into fungal materials and wearables or used as stand alone sensing and computing devices.
arXiv:2111.11231v1 fatcat:zrov5rbebfagjloortmkbnolce

Pathogenesis of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm [chapter]

Michael Patel, Daniel Braga, Brad Money, Andres Pirela, Adam Zybulewski, Brandon Olivieri, Robert Beasley
2020 Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Pathology [Working Title]  
Abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) are encountered by many healthcare providers such as interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiologists, and general practitioners. Much effort has been placed in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of AAA with somewhat little understanding of its pathophysiology. AAA is a complex disease typically segmented into a process of proteolysis, inflammation, and vascular smooth muscle cell (VSMC) apoptosis with oxidative stress balancing its
more » ... AAA and other aortic syndromes such as aortic dissection share this same process. On the other hand, AAA formation and aortic pathology may be acquired through infection like in mycotic aneurysm or may be genetic in origin such as seen with Ehlers-Danlos and Marfan syndromes.
doi:10.5772/intechopen.91670 fatcat:rmhfqob4lje6pno7274b6f2zri

No Ritmo da Maré: Cultivos de Ostras no Nordeste Paraense

Dioniso De Souza Sampaio, Colin Robert Beasley
2018 Amazonica  
Dioniso de Souza Sampaio sampaiods@ufpa.br Colin Robert Beasley beasley@ufpa.br Amazôn., Rev. Antropol. (Online) 9 (1): 504 -578, 2017 Sampaio, D. de S. | Beasley, C. R. Amazôn., Rev.  ...  Colin Robert Beasley do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Ambiental (PPBA) do Campus Universitário de Bra- gança.  ... 
doi:10.18542/amazonica.v9i1.5504 fatcat:x5uxe73zsje3xlwvhkoksr4o44

Model-Based Error Correction for Flexible Robotic Surgical Instruments

Ryan A. Beasley, Robert D. Howe
2005 Robotics: Science and Systems I  
Robots promise to enhance minimally-invasive surgery, but flexion of the thin instrument shaft introduces error into models of the robot kinematics. Visual or electromagnetic tracking of the instrument tip provides correct forward kinematics, but uncertainty in shaft bending and port location leaves residual errors in inverse kinematics. These errors can cause incorrect motions that preclude the use of image-guidance tools. This paper proposes a model-based controller to correct the commanded
more » ... tions. Comparison with a controller assuming a straight instrument shaft quantifies motion errors resulting from the use of a straight shaft controller. Analysis of the flexed shaft controller shows sensitivity to shaft length, shaft stiffness, tip force, and sensor noise.
doi:10.15607/rss.2005.i.047 dblp:conf/rss/BeasleyH05 fatcat:sczjkhuanfhf5ljr3awpuu3bea

Standardization vs Customization: Finding the Right Balance

Christine A. Sinsky, Hessam Bavafa, Richard G. Roberts, John W. Beasley
2021 Annals of Family Medicine  
There is an inherent tension between standardization and customization of care delivery processes. The challenge for health care systems is to achieve the right balance. At its best, standardized work can create efficiencies that generate the additional time needed for personalized care. Similarly, at its best, customization allows the people within a system to accommodate the needs, preferences, and circumstances of the unique individuals and local communities they serve. We provide examples
more » ... d offer principles to decide when standardization offers the most successful path and when customization may be preferred. We believe that, in sum, the balance has shifted too far toward standardization and that a rebalancing toward customization will benefit patients, clinicians, and the health care system.
doi:10.1370/afm.2654 pmid:33685879 pmcid:PMC7939702 fatcat:x22and6uhfeehkft7k2iemo6my

β-blockers in exacerbations of COPD: feasibility of a randomised controlled trial

Catherina L. Chang, Conroy Wong, Lutz Beckert, Eskandarain Shafuddin, Richard Beasley, Robert Young, Robert J. Hancox
2017 ERJ Open Research  
A feasibility randomised controlled trial of β-blockers in acute exacerbations of COPD http://ow.ly/lVcy305B36D.
doi:10.1183/23120541.00090-2016 pmid:28154818 pmcid:PMC5279067 fatcat:ohmvpkzfazhjdiay7vvsfoevqa

Technique optimization of orbital atherectomy in calcified peripheral lesions of the lower extremities

Tony Das, Jihad Mustapha, Jeffrey Indes, Robert Vorhies, Robert Beasley, Nilesh Doshi, George L. Adams
2013 Catheterization and cardiovascular interventions  
Objectives: The purpose of CONFIRM registry series was to evaluate the use of orbital atherectomy (OA) in peripheral lesions of the lower extremities, as well as optimize the technique of OA. Background: Methods of treating calcified arteries (historically a strong predictor of treatment failure) have improved significantly over the past decade and now include minimally invasive endovascular treatments, such as OA with unique versatility in modifying calcific lesions above and below-the-knee.
more » ... thods: Patients (3135) undergoing OA by more than 350 physicians at over 200 US institutions were enrolled on an "all-comers" basis, resulting in registries that provided site-reported patient demographics, ABI, Rutherford classification, co-morbidities, lesion characteristics, plaque morphology, device usage parameters, and procedural outcomes. Results: Treatment with OA reduced pre-procedural stenosis from an average of 88-35%. Final residual stenosis after adjunctive treatments, typically low-pressure percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA), averaged 10%. Plaque removal was most effective for severely calcified lesions and least effective for soft plaque. Shorter spin times and smaller crown sizes significantly lowered procedural complications which included slow flow (4.4%), embolism (2.2%), and spasm (6.3%), emphasizing the importance of treatment regimens that focus on plaque modification over maximizing luminal gain. Conclusion: The OA technique optimization, which resulted in a change of device usage across the CONFIRM registry series, corresponded to a lower inci-1
doi:10.1002/ccd.25046 pmid:23737432 pmcid:PMC4158859 fatcat:x5w7c2lfwjaglmqa7rpq3t5ebq

Metabolic Incorporation of Azide Functionality into Cellular RNA

Sarah Nainar, Samantha Beasley, Michael Fazio, Miles Kubota, Nan Dai, Ivan R. Corrêa, Robert C. Spitale
2016 ChemBioChem  
Real-time tracking of RNA expression can provide insight into the mechanisms used to generate cellular diversity, as well as help determine the underlying causes of disease. Here we present the exploration of azide-modified nucleoside analogues and their ability to be metabolically incorporated into cellular RNA. We report robust incorporation of adenosine analogues bearing azide handles at both the 2′-and N6-positions; 5-methylazidouridine was not incorporated into cellular RNA. We further
more » ... nstrate selectivity of our adenosine analogues for transcription and polyadenylation. We predict that azidonucleosides will find widespread utility in examining RNA functions inside living cells, as well as in more complex systems such as tissues and living animals. Graphical Abstract Azide Functionality, Inc. We explored Functionality into Cellular RNA azidonucleoside incorporation into cellular RNA, revealing selectivity for azidoadenosine analogues and no incorporation of 5-azidouridine. This expansion of the bioorthogonal toolkit for RNA will further investigation into RNA expression and processing and provide a platform for analyzing the growing list of RNA functions beyond protein encoding.
doi:10.1002/cbic.201600300 pmid:27595557 pmcid:PMC5115926 fatcat:h7gjmpq3e5gohdgochzp36vykm
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