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Coupling optical and electrical measurements in artificial membranes: Lateral diffusion of lipids and channel forming peptides in planar bilayers

Planar lipid bilayers (PLB) were prepared by the Montal-Mueller technique in a FRAP system designed to simultaneously measure conductivity across, and lateral diffusion of, the bilayer. In the first stage of the project the FRAP system was used to characterise the lateral dynamics of bilayer lipids with regards to phospholipid composition (headgroup, chain unsaturation etc...

Mental Health Courts and Sentencing Disparities

By E. Lea Johnston and Conor P. Flynn, Published on 11/01/17 ... ] MENTAL HEALTH COURTS AND SENTENCING DISPARITIES E. LEA JOHNSTON* & CONOR P. FLYNN** INTRODUCTION M ENTAL health courts are an understudied, yet burgeoning, phe nomenon.1 Propelled by federal funding

Communication and Competence for Self-Representation

. Supreme Court utilizes its own citation manual, which includes signals. See Email from Todd Venie to E. Lea Johnston (June 4, 2015, 5:09 PM) (conveying the contents of an oral conversation with a librarian

Communication and Competence for Self-Representation

; THE BLUEBOOK, supra note 240, R. 1.2, at 5; id. R. 1.2(a), at 46. The U.S. Supreme Court utilizes its own citation manual, which includes signals. See Email from Todd Venie to E. Lea Johnston (June 4

Vulnerability and Just Desert: A Theory of Sentencing and Mental Illness

editor of Northwestern University School of Law Scholarly Commons - E. LEA JOHNSTON* This Article analyzes risks of serious harms posed to prisoners with major mental disorders and investigates their

Theorizing Mental Health Courts

To date, no scholarly article has analyzed the theoretical basis of mental health courts, which currently exist in forty-three states. This Article examines the two utilitarian justifications proposed by mental health court advocates—therapeutic jurisprudence and therapeutic rehabilitation—and finds both insufficient. Therapeutic jurisprudence is inadequate to justify mental...

Answering human papillomavirus vaccine concerns; a matter of science and time

Since the introduction of the HPV vaccine, questions have been asked about its efficacy in preventing cancer linked with HPV. Concerns about the HPV vaccine safety profile have also been raised. This paper highlights the rapidly growing body of evidence (including clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance) illustrating both the safety of the HPV vaccine, through a detailed...

Underwater observations of dolphin reactions to a distressed conspecific

This report describes the epimeletic (or “caregiving”) behavior produced by members of a group of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) and the possible role of the ailing animal’s distress call in eliciting such behavior. Epimeletic behavior in cetaceans most typically involves forms of support provided to a distressed, injured, or dying animal (Caldwell & Caldwell...

Coupling optical and electrical measurements in artificial membranes: Lateral diffusion of lipids and channel forming peptides in planar bilayers

Planar lipid bilayers (PLB) were prepared by the Montal-Mueller technique in a FRAP system designed to simultaneously measure conductivity across, and lateral diffusion of, the bilayer. In the first stage of the project the FRAP system was used to characterise the lateral dynamics of bilayer lipids with regards to phospholipid composition (headgroup, chain unsaturation etc...