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The Ethics of Canadian Entry-To-Practice Pain Competencies: How Are We Doing?

are we doing? Judy Watt-Watson RN MSc Elizabeth Peter MScN BScN A John Clark Anne Dewar RN Thomas Hadjistavropoulos ABPP FCAHS Pat Morley-Forster FRCPC Christine O'Leary MN RN PNP Lalitha Raman

Canadian Pain Society Position Statement on Pain Relief

The present report outlines key requirements that are central to helping patients manage pain effectively. Although current standards are available as guides for practice, the prevalence of pain suggests that many health professionals do not know and/or cannot relate to these standards. Therefore, a brief, pragmatic statement may be more useful initially for health professionals...

The Ethics of Canadian Entry-To-Practice Pain Competencies: How Are We Doing?

are we doing? Judy Watt-Watson RN MSc Elizabeth Peter MScN BScN A John Clark Anne Dewar RN Thomas Hadjistavropoulos ABPP FCAHS Pat Morley-Forster FRCPC Christine O'Leary MN RN PNP Lalitha Raman

Interaction of DNA-binding proteins with a milk protein gene promoter in vitro: identification of a mammary gland-specific factor

The minimal 5′ regulatory region of the sheep β-lactoglobulin gene (BLG), as defined in transgenic mice, was used to identify nuclear factors which may be involved in milk protein gene expression in the lactating mammary gland. This 406bp promoter region was dissected into short, overlapping, double-stranded oligonucleotides to facilitate identification of the bound proteins. A...

A novel cell culture model for studying differentiation and apoptosis in the mouse mammary gland

Background This paper describes the derivation and characterization of a novel, conditionally immortal mammary epithelial cell line named KIM-2. These cells were derived from mid-pregnant mammary glands of a mouse harbouring one to two copies of a transgene comprised of the ovine β-lactoglobulin milk protein gene promoter, driving expression of a temperature-sensitive variant of...