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  1. Tau proteins belong to the family of microtubule-associated proteins. They are mainly expressed in neurons where they play an important role in the assembly of tubulin monomers into microtubules to constitute the neuronal microtubules network.…
  2. Previous investigations have combined transcriptional and genetic analyses in human cell lines, but few have applied these techniques to human neural tissue. To gain a global molecular perspective on the role of the human genome in cortical…
  3. The present study took a critical look at a central construct in couples research: relationship satisfaction. Eight well-validated self-report measures of relationship satisfaction, including the Marital Adjustment Test (MAT; H. J. Locke & K. M.…
  4. PURPOSE: Thalidomide has a variety of biological effects that vary considerably according to the species tested. We sought to establish whether differences in pharmacokinetics could form a basis for the species-specific effects of thalidomide.…
  5. Background. - Presence of A1 allele of the DRD2 gene has been associated with a predisposition for alcoholism although there are limited data about its phenotypic expression in alcoholism. Objectives. - To determine the importance of the A1 allele…
  6. Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-394) and index The nature of bones and teeth - The nature of an archaeological human bone assemblage - The determination of age and sex - Metric variation in the skull - Metric variation in the…
  7. Reports on the conference `The Birth of Bioethics,' on September 23-24, 1992 held in University of Washington, Seattle. Celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of the article `They Decide Who Lives, Who Dies,' in Life magazine;…
  8. The advent of new signal processing methods, such as non-linear analysis techniques, represents a new perspective which adds further value to brain signals' analysis. Particularly, Lempel-Ziv's Complexity (LZC) has proven to be useful in exploring…
  9. OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the difference between effectiveness and efficacy of antimalarial (AM) drugs in Kenya. METHODS: We undertook a series of linked surveys in four districts of Kenya between 2001 and 2002 on (i) community usage of nationally…
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