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Dichlorvos exposure results in large scale disruption of energy metabolism in the liver of the zebrafish, Danio rerio

Background Exposure to dichlorvos (DDVP), an organophosphorus pesticide, is known to result in neurotoxicity as well as other metabolic perturbations. However, the molecular causes of DDVP toxicity are poorly understood, especially in cells other than neurons and muscle cells. To obtain a better understanding of the process of non-neuronal DDVP toxicity, we exposed zebrafish to ...

Comparison of carnivore, omnivore, and herbivore mammalian genomes with a new leopard assembly

Cho 5 Olga Uphyrkina 5 Aleksey Kostyria 5 John Goodrich 5 Dale Miquelle 5 Melody Roelke 5 John Lewis 5 Andrey Yurchenko 2 5 Anton Bankevich 5 Juok Cho 5 Semin Lee 0 5 8 Jeremy S. Edwards 5 10 Jessica A

Fiscal policy in central and Eastern Europe: what happened in the run-up to EU accession?

John Lewis 0 ) Economics and Research Division , De Nederlandsche Bank, Postbus 98, 1000AB Amsterdam, The Netherlands This paper analyses the evolution of fiscal policy in central and eastern

Cold-Adapted Viral Attenuation (CAVA): Highly Temperature Sensitive Polioviruses as Novel Vaccine Strains for a Next Generation Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine

The poliovirus vaccine field is moving towards novel vaccination strategies. Withdrawal of the Oral Poliovirus Vaccine and implementation of the conventional Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine (cIPV) is imminent. Moreover, replacement of the virulent poliovirus strains currently used for cIPV with attenuated strains is preferred. We generated Cold-Adapted Viral Attenuation (CAVA) ...

eRegistries: Electronic registries for maternal and child health

Background The Global Roadmap for Health Measurement and Accountability sees integrated systems for health information as key to obtaining seamless, sustainable, and secure information exchanges at all levels of health systems. The Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent’s Health aims to achieve a continuum of quality of care with effective coverage of interventions. ...

Developmental Changes in Organization of Structural Brain Networks

Recent findings from developmental neuroimaging studies suggest that the enhancement of cognitive processes during development may be the result of a fine-tuning of the structural and functional organization of brain with maturation. However, the details regarding the developmental trajectory of large-scale structural brain networks are not yet understood. Here, we used graph ...

Quantifying the Clinical Significance of Cannabis Withdrawal

Background and Aims Questions over the clinical significance of cannabis withdrawal have hindered its inclusion as a discrete cannabis induced psychiatric condition in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV). This study aims to quantify functional impairment to normal daily activities from cannabis withdrawal, and looks at the factors predicting ...

Symmetry Theorems and Uniform Rectifiability

We study overdetermined boundary conditions for positive solutions to some elliptic partial differential equations of -Laplacian type in a bounded domain . We show that these conditions imply uniform rectifiability of and also that they yield the solution to certain symmetry problems.

A Comparison of Urinary Mercury between Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Control Children

Background Urinary mercury concentrations are used in research exploring mercury exposure. Some theorists have proposed that autism is caused by mercury toxicity. We set out to test whether mercury concentrations in the urine of children with autism were significantly increased or decreased compared to controls or siblings. Methods Blinded cohort analyses were carried out on the ...

The Alaska Workers’ Compensation Law: Fact-Finding, Appellate Review, and the Presumption of Compensability

THE ALASKA WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW: FACT-FINDING, APPELLATE REVIEW, AND JOHN LEwIs 0 1 0 Copyright © 1985 by Alaska Law Review , USA 1 James B. Duke Professor of Law Emeritus, Duke University

To the Lions, Funnyman

Sketch Iowa State College Copyright c 1967 by the authors. Sketch is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). - 1967 Article 2 John Lewis HTHE

The Blues

Sketch Iowa State College Copyright c 1967 by the authors. Sketch is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). - 1967 John Lewis G REEK rubbed his ... h e Blues by John Lewis English, Sr. G drums out into the gloom. " T h e Shadows—Jazz Cen­ R E E K r u b b e d his eyes and looked u p from his battered ter of 42nd Street"—but it didn't look much

Do aposematism and Batesian mimicry require bright colours? A test, using European viper markings

Predator avoidance of noxious prey, aposematism and defensive mimicry are normally associated with bright, contrasting patterns and colours. However, noxious prey may be unable to evolve conspicuous coloration because of other selective constraints, such as the need to be inconspicuous to their own prey or to specialist predators. Many venomous snakes, particularly most vipers, ...