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Cases on Criminal Law

Sam B. Warner, William E. Mikell
1926 Harvard Law Review  
By William E. Mikell. Second Edition. §. Paul: West Publishing Company. 1925. pp. xxvi, 799. A second edition of Mikell’s Cases on Criminal Law has just been pub- ae! lished.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1329097 fatcat:smt66kljlfbrbmmaubqct7dx44

Book Review A System of Clinical Medicine . By Thomas Dixon Savill. Edited by Agnes Savill, assisted by E. C. Warner. Ninth Edition. 1063 pp. Baltimore: William Wood and Company. $9.00

1934 New England Journal of Medicine  
Edited by Agnes Savill, assisted by E. C. Warner. Ninth Edition. 1063 pp. Baltimore: Wil- ‘iam Wood and Company. $9.00.  ...  Edited by E. B. Krumbhaar. XIII. German Medicine. By W. Haberling. 160 pp. New York: Paul B.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm193410182111623 fatcat:d53or2ujyfcffff3oev3wzltra

Platelets, Fatty Acids and Thrombosis

1967 Circulation Research  
^h e fatty acids were obtained from Hormel Institute, Austin, Minnesota. ric method.  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.res.20.1.11 pmid:4959657 fatcat:zxjtm2qjgbctvgrqvjqkjr2lfu

Regression of Coronary Atheromatosis in Rhesus Monkeys

1970 Circulation Research  
* 8 ± 4 ± 5 L e 57 22 23 c'flex * 9 ± 6 * 6 R. diit 65 * fa 10 16 ± 5 18 * h 5 TABLE 4 4 Intimal and Total Transverse AreasValues are means •*» SE.  ...  X 90. 64 ARMSTRONG, WARNER, CONNOR regression was found in the histologic differences of the coronary sections in the regression groups compared to group 1.  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.res.27.1.59 pmid:4987450 fatcat:ez7alcgh4zgppgg234utjmj6va

Rheumatic Heart Disease Epidemiology

1970 Circulation  
E. R. (case 1533) was one of 11 children whose father had died in an auto accident.  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.cir.41.5.773 pmid:5429487 fatcat:yss2nv5vf5d6pod3or6jjilrbe

Inverse Estimation of Elastic Modulus Using Physics-Informed Generative Adversarial Networks [article]

James E. Warner, Julian Cuevas, Geoffrey F. Bomarito, Patrick E. Leser, William P. Leser
2020 arXiv   pre-print
for the PDE residual: (11) and boundary condition discrepancy functions r θ u,E (x, ξ) = N x [ũ θu (x, ξ); θ E (x, ξ)] − f (x) b (k) θ u,E (x, ξ) = B (k) x [ũ θu (x, ξ); θ E (x, ξ)] − b (k) (x) (12  ...  E , respectively.  ... 
arXiv:2006.05791v1 fatcat:4mo6bmbeebc2dcqa3mnphoaur4

How Shall Women Dress?

E. M. King, Charles Dudley Warner, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, William A. Hammond, Kate J. Jackson
1885 North American Review  
William A. Hammond. A dress that subserves the purposes of health, utility, and beauty may be fairly considered as approaching the perfect standard.  ...  Charles Dudley Warner. The corset, even when not unreasonably worn or "laced," compresses the dimensions of the waist eight inches from their normal measurement.  ... 

The Coagulant and Thrombogenic Properties of Human Atheroma

1967 Circulation  
WHOLE BLOOD CLOTTING TIME OF CORONARY ATHEROMA 1 Atheroma o 0.9% NoCI U I INDIVIDWAL TESTS E 44.8 t4.6 2.5 5.9 ATHEROMA 0Q9%NoCI MEAN MEAN Table 1 1 Effect of Atheromatous Suspension  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.cir.36.2.284 pmid:4952664 fatcat:ffmvphddsjevpjiinu7knk3gty


William E. Connor, John C. Hoak, Emory D. Warner
1963 Journal of Clinical Investigation  
doi:10.1172/jci104778 pmid:14022629 pmcid:PMC289356 fatcat:jkzfmevbdzhztoquzob7liao3m

Trichonotuloides aphoderrans, n.sp. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae), a new genus and species for the United States

Paul E. Skelley, William B. Warner
2015 Zenodo  
Skelley, Paul E., Warner, William B. (2015): Trichonotuloides aphoderrans, n.sp. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae), a new genus and species for the United States.  ...  Warner Collection, Chandler, AZ, USA Trichonotuloides Balthasar 1945 ~ Dellacasa et al. 2014 (revision). 1 0416: 1-6 2015 2 • INSECTA MUNDI 0416, April 2015 SKELLEY AND WARNER Trichonotuloides  ...  T. alfonsinae Dellacasa, Dellacasa and Gordon 6 • INSECTA MUNDI 0416, April 2015 SKELLEY AND WARNER  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5181878 fatcat:pjueydmpqzc2zmhlpaczfyoimy

Symbiotic Dinoflagellate Functional Diversity Mediates Coral Survival under Ecological Crisis

David J. Suggett, Mark E. Warner, William Leggat
2017 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
Ecol. 102, 275-301 21 22 [43] Litchman, E. et al. (2007) The role of functional traits and trade-offs in 23 structuring phytoplankton communities: scaling from cellular to ecosystem level. 21 1 [44] Madin  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2017.07.013 pmid:28843439 fatcat:x7wued6poffpfbaazuemqw4wqy

Toxic effects of glucagon-induced acute lipid mobilization in geese

John C. Hoak, William E. Connor, Emory D. Warner
1968 Journal of Clinical Investigation  
Warner, and W. E. Connor. Data in preparation. 2 Glucagon, USP, Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.  ...  S^t E s , mm. . > V! 7 a i . - ?rw 9<<ee~eei 4 <,¢ss g~e 9 W =f A~~~~~~~~~~~~~F IGURE 3 Toxic Effects from Acute Lipid Mobilization 8 B. and 8 C. Hoak, J. C., E. D.  ... 
doi:10.1172/jci105953 pmid:5725281 pmcid:PMC297441 fatcat:uonmzsswvzg2tbofpc3xbfjpxi

Novel wave/ion beam interaction approach to isotope separation

Richard F. Post, Stephen Lowder, Lou Ann Schwager, William L. Barr, Bruce E. Warner, Jeffrey A. Paisner
1993 Laser Isotope Separation  
Th,e beam energy for the simulation is 400 eV, corresponding to velocities of 62.1 _and 59.2 km/s for Ne 20 and Ne 22, respectively.  ...  velocity of ions within the separation region 22 microseconds after the wave was launched. 0 . 7 . ll,,llllil,IIil1,1, ll'lilIli11_'l'lU''_111'ilII_'illil'llil'll''ll'i'II ''II 0.6 0.5 87 km/s E  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.145502 fatcat:7zdvyelodrc2hnoi6yma4u6v6e

Decoupling synchronization from local control for efficient symbolic model checking of statecharts

William Chan, Richard J. Anderson, Paul Beame, David H. Jones, David Notkin, William E. Warner
1999 Proceedings of the 21st international conference on Software engineering - ICSE '99  
For each event e, let λ(e) be the smallest set of integers with 1. λ(e) = {1} if e is an external event, and 2. i ∈ λ(e) ⇒ i + 1 ∈ λ(e ) for all e with ee .  ...  E e where E is the set of all events.  ... 
doi:10.1145/302405.302460 dblp:conf/icse/ChanABJNW99 fatcat:3zdejpk7jfh7pdebsmfljatzmy

Differential proteomic analysis of proteins induced by glucocorticoids in cultured murine podocytes

Richard F. Ransom, Virginia Vega-Warner, William E. Smoyer, Jon Klein
2005 Kidney International  
Differential proteomic analysis of proteins induced by glucocorticoids in cultured murine podocytes. Background. The glomerular podocyte is the kidney cell most affected during the development of nephrotic syndrome, and mutations in podocyte proteins are responsible for a variety of inherited forms of nephrotic syndrome. Although glucocorticoids are a primary treatment for nephrotic syndrome, neither their target cell nor mechanism of action are known. In order to describe the proteome of the
more » ... docyte, and to identify podocyte proteins whose expression is altered by glucocorticoids, we performed a differential proteomic analysis of control and dexamethasone-treated cultured murine podocytes. Methods. Podocyte proteins were separated by twodimensional-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) and identified by matrix-assisted laser desorption time-of-flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry and peptide fingerprinting. Comparisons of stained two-dimensional-PAGE separations were used to identify proteins whose expression was altered by treatment with the glucocorticoid dexamethasone, and these results were confirmed by quantitative Western blotting. Results. A total of 106 protein spots yielded MALDI-TOF results, and 92 were identified by protein fingerprinting. Of the 88 unique proteins and four protein isoforms identified, six proteins were found whose expression was altered by dexamethasone. The proteome of cultured murine podocytes is particularly rich in actin cytoskeletal proteins and proteins involved in responses to cellular stress. The change in expression of three proteins [ciliary neurotrophic factor (CNTF), aB-crystallin, and heat shock protein 27 (hsp27)] was confirmed by quantitative Western blotting. Conclusion. Three proteins with known roles in protecting cells from injury were up-regulated by dexamethasone, demonstrating that glucocorticoids exert a direct effect on cultured podocytes resulting in changes in the expression of proteins with potential relevance to the therapeutic action of glucocorticoids in diseases such as nephrotic syndrome.
doi:10.1111/j.1523-1755.2005.00205.x pmid:15780080 fatcat:2ossqs7mpjckrhkifu2ynz6nky
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