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VIMENTIN AND CYTOKERATIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS IN THE MECHANOBIOLOGY AND MALIGNANT BEHAVIORS OF CHORDOMA CELLS

Lauren Resutek
Chordoma, an aggressive tumor derived from notochordal remnants, is difficult to treat due to its proximity to the spinal cord and brain stem and its resistance to conventional treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy. The development of effective treatments requires research at the molecular level, which presumably due to its rare diagnosis, is lacking for chordoma. Recent studies have identified potential targets for systemic therapy; however, there are currently no drugs approved by the Food...

The Village Herald: June 12, 1827

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

AVIAN PARAMYXOVIRUS-VECTORED VACCINES AGAINST INFECTIOUS BRONCHITIS VIRUS AND HIGHLY PATHOGENIC AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS

Edris Shirvani
Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), infectious bronchitis (IB), and Newcastle disease (ND) are highly contagious and economically important diseases in poultry. Vaccination is the major strategy which is implemented to combat highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV), infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), and Newcastle disease virus (NDV), worldwide. However, among these viruses, some NDV strains are naturally avirulent and have been used as highly safe vaccines for more than 60 years. Live attenuated IBV vaccines that...

THE DIGITAL CIRCULATION AND APPROPRIATION OF BLACK CULTURE IN AMATEUR RAP VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE

James Earl Harris
There is a difference in listening to rap and participating in it. Since its creation, rap has been a black medium used to advocate for black rights, criticize political situations, and bring awareness to African American adversity. This paper aims to explore the recent YouTube.com trend of successful white rappers and their deviation from traditional black values. It will look at the history of rap and how its use today differs from the MC?s of...

Language Writes Myth Writes Reality: Or, How Does the Acculturated Body Take the Role of Culture-Maker?

Victor Torres
Consider this for a moment: Genes and mythologies share the same properties and, as such, they function as a language that writes the characteristics of living organisms. Then consider this: Whereas genes write not only phenotypes (physiological characteristics) but also behaviors on a mechanical level, mythologies write not only our perception of those phenotypical/physiological characteristics (including our reading of them as realities) but also our behaviors on a societal level. And now this: Genes are...

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene FY 2014 Memorandum of Understanding Annual Report of Activities and Accomplishments

The Hilltop Institute
This report describes the services The Hilltop Institute provided to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) under the 2014 Memorandum of Understanding between Hilltop and DHMH. The report covers state fiscal year 2014 (July 1, 2013, through June 30, 2014). Hilltop’s interdisciplinary staff provided a wide range of services, including: Medicaid program development and policy analysis; HealthChoice program support, evaluation, and financial analysis; long-term services and supports program development, policy analysis, and...

Retrieval of aerosol and water leaving radiance properties over open and coastal oceans using multi-angle spectral polarimetric measurements

Neranga Kaluappuwa Hannadige, Pengwang Zhai & Meng Gao

Ten Helpful Ideas for Teaching English to Young Learners

Joan Kang Shin
This article contains some helpful ideas to incorporate into the Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) classroom. These ideas come from the discussions and assignments done in an online English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher education course designed for teachers, teacher supervisors, and other TEYL professionals. The participants in the online course came from a number of different classroom situations and countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia. Some...

Clarifying linkages between canopy solar induced fluorescence (SIF) and physiological function for high latitude vegetation

Karl F. Huemmrich, Petya P.K. Campbell, Joanna Joiner, Yasuko Yoshida, Craig Tweedie & Elizabeth Middleton
Remote sensing of Solar-Induced Fluorescence (SIF) is a growing and dynamic research field that has the potential to provide innovative tools for monitoring plant status and photosynthetic function and transform global carbon cycle research, especially for large and understudied regions like the ABoVE domain. Utilizing SIF to its full extent requires an understanding of the relationship between SIF and the photosynthetic function of the vegetation present, and how these vary with plant type and environmental...

The Village Herald: April 29, 1828

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Election of 1940

John W. Jeffries
While the war in Europe played a significant role in the parties’ nominations for the presidential election of 1940, it had a relatively small part, and less than is usually understood, in voting.

Large Deflections of Inextensible Cantilevers: Modeling, Theory, and Simulation

Maria Deliyianni, Varun Gudibanda, Jason Howell & Justin T. Webster
A recent large deflection cantilever model is considered. The principal nonlinear effects come through the beam’s inextensibility—local arc length preservation—rather than traditional extensible effects attributed to fully restricted boundary conditions. Enforcing inextensibility leads to: nonlinear stiffness terms, which appear as quasilinear and semilinear effects, as well as nonlinear inertia effects, appearing as nonlocal terms that make the beam implicit in the acceleration. In this paper we discuss the derivation of the equations of motion via...

Benchmarking Parallel K-Means Cloud Type Clustering from Satellite Data

Carlos Barajas, Pei Guo, Lipi Mukherjee, Susan Hoban, Jianwu Wang, Daeho Jin, Aryya Gangopadhyay & Matthias K. Gobbert
The study of clouds, i.e., where they occur and what are their characteristics, plays a key role in the understanding of climate change. Clustering is a common machine learning technique used in atmospheric science to classify cloud types. Many parallelism techniques e.g., MPI, OpenMP and Spark, could achieve efficient and scalable clustering of large-scale satellite observation data. In order to understand their differences, this paper studies and compares three different approaches on parallel clustering of...

Defining Disciplinary Literacy Practices and Evaluating the Professional Identity of Medical Laboratory Science

Christina Camillo
Disciplinary literacy has been a growing area of interest in educational research (McConachie & Petrosky, 2010; Moje, 2007) in the last two decades, however much of the research has remained theoretical. While some studies have examined specific areas of disciplinary literacy, such as reading or writing, and compared that particular practice among different disciplines (Carter, 2007; C. Shanahan, Shanahan, & Misischia, 2011) very few studies have examined the entirety of the literacy of a discipline...

The Village Herald: January 20, 1829

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: December 3, 1833

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: May 6, 1828

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: January 10, 1832

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: September 28, 1830

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: August 12, 1828

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: July 5, 1831

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: September 6, 1831

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: December 13, 1831

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: December 16, 1828

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

The Village Herald: February 19, 1828

The Village Herald
The Village Herald was a weekly newspaper from Princess Anne, Maryland. The Herald featured local news, poetry, and limited national news.

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