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On certain two-signal perspectives of lymphocyte activation and inactivation, thymic G-quadruplexes, and the role of aggregation in self/not-self discrimination
Distinctive “two signal” paths in immunology, taken by researchers with different academic backgrounds, seem to have both contained facets of the truth. Having been influenced by education at a medical school where Almroth ...
The use of viscoelastic hemostatic tests in pregnancy and puerperium: review of the current evidence - communication from the Women's Health SSC of the ISTH
Recent years have shown increasing interest in the use of thromboelastography (TEG) (Haemonetics, Braintree, MA) and thromboelastometry (ROTEM; Munich, Germany). These are established point‐of‐care global viscoelastic ...
Ethnogenesis and Craniofacial Change in Japan from the Perspective of Nonmetric Traits
To examine population affinities in light of the ‘dual structure model’, frequencies of 21 nonmetric cranial traits were analyzed in 17 prehistoric to recent samples from Japan and five from continental northeast Asia. ...
Mandibular Torus : A Synthesis of New and Previously Reported Data and a Discusssion of its Cause
Using original data on 1,5000 mandibles, but mainly previously published data, I present a overview of the distribution characteristics of mandibular torus and a hypothesis concerning its cause. Pedigree studies have ...
Brief Communication : Cranial Nonmetric Trait Database on the Internet
This brief note announces the publication of a nonmetric cranial trait database as a freely available resource on the Internet at: http://library.queensu.ca/web- doc/ssdc/cntd. The files were constructed in the program Excel, ...
Blood and Cerebrospinal Fluid Circulations in the Brain and Spinal Cord: An Internet-Based Learning Module
The amount of knowledge and skills that an average university student should learn in any given course is increasing each year. On the other hand, the time dedicated for formal teaching is decreasing for various reasons. ...