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) and Midwest Political Science Association (2018) for helpful comments. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Austin M. Strange, Ryan D. Enos, Mark Hill, Amy Lakeman. Data curation: Austin M. Strange ... , Ryan D. Enos, Mark Hill, Amy Lakeman. Funding acquisition: Ryan D. Enos. Investigation: Austin M. Strange, Ryan D. Enos, Mark Hill, Amy Lakeman. Methodology: Austin M. Strange, Ryan D. Enos, Mark Hill

The regulation of Christian churches: Ecclesiology, law and polity

: Mark Hill, Received: 22 Feb. 2016 Accepted: 20 Aug. 2016 Published: 23 Nov. 2016     Project leader: G.A. Duncan Project number: 02618958 Description: Mark Hill is participating in the

Tensions and Synergies in Religious Liberty: An Evaluation of the Interrelation of Freedom of Belief with Other Human Rights; Parallel Equality and Anti-discrimination Provisions; Enforcement in Competing European Courts; and Mediated Dispute Resolution

European Courts; and Mediated Dispute Resolution Mark Hill QC* INTRODUCTION Despite its sixty year history, the European Court of Human Rights has only recently begun to develop a cohesive systematic ... decision, see Mark Hill, Religious Symbolism and Conscientious Objection in the Workplace: An Evaluation of Strasbourg's Judgment in Eweida and others v United Kingdom , 15 ECC. L.J. 191 ( 2013 ). 12. For a

Freedom of belief for minorities in states with a dominant religion: Anomaly and pragmatism

    Mark Hill* Extraordinary Professor, Department of Church Polity, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Honorary Professor, Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University, United

Upregulation of Glycolytic Enzymes, Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Increased Cytotoxicity in Glial Cells Treated with Alzheimer’s Disease Plasma

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder associated with increased oxidative stress and neuroinflammation. Markers of increased protein, lipid and nucleic acid oxidation and reduced activities of antioxidant enzymes have been reported in AD plasma. Amyloid plaques in the AD brain elicit a range of reactive inflammatory responses including complement activation and...