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Chris Curtin, Hastings Donnan, and Thomas N. Wilson, eds. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1994. 272 pp. ...doi:10.1525/aa.1995.97.3.02a00380 fatcat:7ag4pof6vjaddoqjbtdih75ohy
Memory Bus UD t o 4 m words / I n K I (65K words) / Switch t o multiolex Fig. 5 . 4 w access several channels I10 Bus 222K wordslsec on K A10 370K wordslsec o n K I10 Controllers ... KL compare ; move  f(mem)=g(mem); mem f(mem) digit-string v x n KL convert to double integer f(AC) -f(men) half word, 2's comp. in- 18 all load, store ; index loop con- AC ~f m e m ...doi:10.1016/b978-0-932376-00-8.50032-3 fatcat:ebswlsyhyzdkboqse7jdeufhty
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Introduction  Greenland ice core records indicate large and abrupt temperature variations of 15-20°C during the last deglaciation, based on d 18 O ice and d 15 N data. ... Samples were then dissolved in a weak 0.075 N HNO 3 solution and placed in a centrifuge for 5 min at 5000 rpm to remove any remaining clays from the overlying solution. ...doi:10.1029/2010pa001928 fatcat:3ejjuyzt6bdgvczevjaqtnzecm
Greene, Albert N. Jorgensen, and J. Raymond Gerberich. New York: Longmans, Green and Company, 1954. Pp. xxii + 690. ... THomas Hastincs University of Illinois Design and Analysis of Experiments in Psychology and Education, by E. F. Lindquist, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1953 (1956 impression). Pp. 393. ...doi:10.1177/001316445701700212 fatcat:p5d7gmjfqjg6nkod5er422hd6a
., 2015; Hastings, 2017) . ... N/A The report published as Abroms, L. C., Boal, A. L., Simmens, S. J., Mendel, J. A., & Windsor, R. A. (2014). A randomized trial of Text2Quit: a text messaging program for smoking cessation. ...doi:10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15902.2 fatcat:u4irg5bzwvb2hgabazcyel7caq
., 2015; Hastings, 2017) . ... Report (IAO) N/A Behaviour change intervention evaluation report (BCI evaluation report) A report that is a description of a BCI evaluation study. ...doi:10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15902.1 pmid:33614976 pmcid:PMC7868854 fatcat:fovakj7swrdrdjqmuaauuj4rh4
, leaving n = 311 patients in the analytic sample. ... The overall mean PPS for the sample was 3.6 (SD 1.8), resulting in 59% (n = 182) defined as "low risk." ...doi:10.12788/jhm.2916 pmid:29408946 pmcid:PMC5984140 fatcat:tfrensm42fgdpafby7hzcmr2ku
He et al 31 compared noninvasively derived end-diastolic pressure-volume relationships in patients with HFPEF (nϭ128; age, 72 years) with controls (nϭ93) without hypertension or CHF and noted a slight ...doi:10.1161/circheartfailure.109.867044 pmid:20682947 pmcid:PMC3716372 fatcat:pmlrwve55vb2fkuea2n3egazme
= 6, mean ± SD). c Combinatorial cell viability assays with trastuzumab and pertuzumab at the concentrations indicated for 5 days (n = 6, mean). ... A representative image is shown from three independent replicates (n = 3, mean ± SD). All drug treatments were significantly different from control. ...doi:10.1186/s13058-019-1127-y pmid:30898150 pmcid:PMC6429830 fatcat:7lmw3v5snna3lhutirthk5b7gq
A key assumption in the reconstruction of extensive air showers using the air fluorescence technique is that fluorescence is proportional to energy deposition at all depths in the shower. This ansatz, along with the supposition that particle distribution and energy loss can be well modeled by modern shower simulation software, must be thoroughly verified. We report here the results of the first direct measurement of air fluorescence yield as a function of shower depth, as performed in thedoi:10.1016/j.nima.2008.08.053 fatcat:euu6qguvcvcgjbwrutzykl6cci
more »... target phase of the FLASH (FLuorescence in Air from SHowers) experimental program at the SLAC Final-Focus Test Beam facility. We compare observed fluorescence light yields as a function of shower depth to concurrently measured charged particle yields, to the energy deposition predictions of the EGS and GEANT software packages, and to empirical energy-deposition models. We also examine the extent to which the relative yield versus shower depth is independent of wavelength within the fluorescence spectrum. We find the proportionality hypothesis to be well supported by the data, validating the use of fluorescence profiles in the study of ultra high energy cosmic rays.
Objectives: A multicentre surveillance of tigecycline activity against relevant pathogens in the UK. Methods: Forty-three representative UK hospitals were each asked to test 150 consecutive, clinically significant isolates from hospitalized patients, excluding those from urine or faeces. The sentinel laboratories tested all these isolates against a panel of antibiotics by the BSAC disc method and a selection of isolates were retested centrally by the BSAC agar dilution method. Results: Thedoi:10.1093/jac/dkq370 pmid:20930043 fatcat:xs7sr7ldgfemhjpnuqbcx64ipi
more »... tes collected comprised Staphylococcus aureus (39.9%), Escherichia coli (13.3%), streptococci (11.9%), enterococci (6.3%), Klebsiella (6.1%), coagulase-negative staphylococci (6.1%), Enterobacter spp. (3.9%), Proteus spp. (2.2%) and other Gram-negative species (10.3%). The laboratories' disc susceptibility testing found that 4% of isolates were resistant to tigecycline, using the zone breakpoints in place at that time. However, centralized retesting by agar dilution showed that many of these 'resistant' isolates were susceptible, with resistance only confirmed in a range of Gram-negative isolates and one S. aureus. These findings reduced the estimated resistance rate to 2.4%, or to 0.8% if Proteus spp. were ignored as intrinsically resistant to tigecycline. Sixty-two percent of the isolates found resistant by the disc method but susceptible by agar dilution had zones of inhibition within experimental error (4 mm) of the published breakpoints. Conclusions: Tigecycline resistance was rare in isolates causing clinically significant infections in the UK and was overestimated 2-fold by the BSAC disc method. Adjustment of the breakpoints might overcome this problem but at the risk of increasing the false susceptibility rate. The best advice is to perform dilution tests, e.g. by gradient strip test on isolates with borderline results, especially in severe infection and when tigecycline use is intended.
N is up and E is to the left. The horizontal bar shows a scale of 1 arcminute. ... /Snider 754.97 13.487 (0.005) 13.265 (0.002) 13.384 (0.004) 13.757 (0.007) Thomas/Snider 757.94 13.640 (0.006) 13.346 (0.002) 13.498 (0.004) 13.968 (0.006) Tavenner/Logan 758.94 13.695 (0.007) ...doi:10.1086/368229 fatcat:vz4dvwem4zdijiez65huijm6om
Special thanks are due to Susan Chandler (BAP) who organised the first consensus meeting, Lauren Mulligan (NAPICU) who organised the second meeting and Sally Thomas for editorial support services. ... et al., 1998: n = 44; Chouinard et al., 1994: n = 40) . ... = 1455), psychiatric intensive care (n = 444) or low, medium or high secure wards (n = 273) (POMH-UK, 2017). ...doi:10.1177/0269881118776738 pmid:29882463 fatcat:cbotbrszeffdrakxt42lfm2dr4
Data were taken at several different pressures between vacuum and atmospheric pressure, and a linear fit, N ADC − N ped E = G · SP T + k 0 (1) was performed to the data, varying the fit parameters G and ... Here, N ADC is the signal counts recorded for each PMT, N ped is the number of pedestal counts measured in the respective signal channel, E is the laser pulse energy, P , and T are the pressure and temperature ...doi:10.1016/j.nima.2008.08.054 fatcat:ldslh6cxkzfgjlhwwybx2l7aoi
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