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Adam Rivett
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eye of loach fish

Mona Hussein
Fig. 1 General histological observations of the eye of loach fish. (A) at age of 1 months was stained with H&E stain. (B) at age of 1 month, Holzer's Crystal Violet Stain. (C) at age of 1year, Holzers Crystal Violet stain. (D) at age of 1 year, Bielschowsky Silver Stain. Lens (L), ganglion cell layer (1), inner plexiform layer (2), inner nuclear layer (3), outer plexiform layer (4), outer nuclear layer (5), photoreceptor layer or...

The Agave Platform: An Open Science-As-A-Service Cloud Platform for Reproducible Science

Rion Dooley, John Fonner, Gwen Jacobs & Steven Brandt
In today's data-driven research environment, the ability to easily and reliably access compute, storage, and derived data sources is as much a necessity as the algorithms used to make the actual discoveries. The earth is not shrinking, it is digitizing, and the ability for US researchers to stay competitive in the global research community will increasingly be determined by their ability to reduce the time from theory to discovery. Over the last 5 years, the...

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Archana Palani
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Prader-Willi syndrome and Angelman syndrome: Visualisation of the molecular pathways for two chromosomal disorders

Friederike Ehrhart, Kelly J. M. Janssen, Susan L. Coort, Chris T. Evelo & Leopold M. G. Curfs
Objectives: Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) and Angelman syndrome (AS) are two syndromes that are caused by the same chromosomal deletion on 15q11.2-q13. Due to methylation patterns, different genes are responsible for the two distinct phenotypes resulting in the disorders. Patients of both disorders exhibit hypotonia in neonatal stage, delay in development and hypopigmentation. Typical features for PWS include hyperphagia, which leads to obesity, the major cause of mortality, and hypogonadism. In AS, patients suffer from a...

Prader-Willi syndrome and Angelman syndrome: Visualisation of the molecular pathways for two chromosomal disorders

Friederike Ehrhart, Kelly J. M. Janssen, Susan L. Coort, Chris T. Evelo & Leopold M. G. Curfs
Objectives: Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) and Angelman syndrome (AS) are two syndromes that are caused by the same chromosomal deletion on 15q11.2-q13. Due to methylation patterns, different genes are responsible for the two distinct phenotypes resulting in the disorders. Patients of both disorders exhibit hypotonia in neonatal stage, delay in development and hypopigmentation. Typical features for PWS include hyperphagia, which leads to obesity, the major cause of mortality, and hypogonadism. In AS, patients suffer from a...

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Engineering the Plant Factory for the Production of Biologics and Small-Molecule MedicinesThe transfer of genes into plants, that was achieved in the early 80's, paved the way for the exploitation of the potential of plant genetic engineering, to add novel agronomic traits and/or to design plants as factories for high added value molecules. For this latter area of research, the term “Molecular Farming” was coined because major crops like maize...

What Ails Italy: The Competitive Issue of the Italian State American Journal of Economics, Finance and Management. Vol. 2, No. 5, 2016, pp. 49-57

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Italy faces a most challenging global financial and economic crisis since the end of World War II. For an economy that grew at a rapid pace between the 1950’s and the 1980’s, Italy has seen slower growth in the last twenty years. Italian policymakers are facing a series of problems that include a contracting gross domestic product (GDP), large unemployment, especially among its young people, high government deficits, large governmental borrowing along with high interest...

Strategic dynamic traffic assignment incorporating travel demand uncertainty

M. Duell, H. Grzybowska, D. Rey & ST. Waller
Dynamic traffic assignment (DTA) research has advanced greatly in terms of deployability, computational feasibility, and representing complex temporal phenomena. There have also been substantial contributions regarding various aspects of stochasticity within DTA. However, there are persisting limitations in terms of approaches which are both computationally tractable and provide more detailed representation of stochastic aspects. This paper explores the application of a novel Strategic User Equilibrium DTA (StrDTA) modelling framework, which captures the impact of users...

Strategic dynamic traffic assignment incorporating travel demand uncertainty

M. Duell, H. Grzybowska, D. Rey & ST. Waller
Dynamic traffic assignment (DTA) research has advanced greatly in terms of deployability, computational feasibility, and representing complex temporal phenomena. There have also been substantial contributions regarding various aspects of stochasticity within DTA. However, there are persisting limitations in terms of approaches which are both computationally tractable and provide more detailed representation of stochastic aspects. This paper explores the application of a novel Strategic User Equilibrium DTA (StrDTA) modelling framework, which captures the impact of users...

The Role of the Body Clock in Asthma and COPD: Implication for Treatment

Karolina Krakowiak & Hannah Durrington

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The Role of the Body Clock in Asthma and COPD: Implication for treatment.

Karolina Krakowiak & Hannah Durrington
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Juan Cisneros, Michael Day, Bruce S. Rubidge & Jaco Groenewald
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Juan Cisneros, Bruce S. Rubidge, Michael Day & Jaco Groenewald
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Juan Cisneros, Michael Day, Bruce S. Rubidge & Jaco Groenewald
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Juan Cisneros, Michael Day, Bruce S. Rubidge & Jaco Groenewald
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Juan Cisneros, Michael Day, Bruce S. Rubidge & Jaco Groenewald
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Juan Cisneros, Michael Day, Bruce S. Rubidge & Jaco Groenewald
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Prevention and management of osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures in persons with a spinal cord injury or disorder: A systematic scoping review

Nour Zleik, Frances Weaver, Robert L. Harmon, Brian Le, Reshmitha Radhakrishnan, Wanda D. Jirau-Rosaly, B. Catharine Craven, Mattie Raiford, Jennifer N. Hill, Bella Etingen, Marylou Guihan, Michael H. Heggeness, Cara Ray & Laura Carbone
Objectives: The primary objective was to review the literature regarding methodologies to assess fracture risk, to prevent and treat osteoporosis and to manage osteoporotic fractures in SCI/D. Study Design: Scoping review. Settings/Participants: Human adult subjects with a SCI/D. Outcome measures: Strategies to identify persons with SCI/D at risk for osteoporotic fractures, nonpharmacological and pharmacological therapies for osteoporosis and management of appendicular fractures. Results: 226 articles were included in the scoping review. Risk of osteoporotic fractures...

Prevention and management of osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures in persons with a spinal cord injury or disorder: A systematic scoping review

Nour Zleik, Frances Weaver, Robert L. Harmon, Brian Le, Reshmitha Radhakrishnan, Wanda D. Jirau-Rosaly, B. Catharine Craven, Mattie Raiford, Jennifer N. Hill, Bella Etingen, Marylou Guihan, Michael H. Heggeness, Cara Ray & Laura Carbone
Objectives: The primary objective was to review the literature regarding methodologies to assess fracture risk, to prevent and treat osteoporosis and to manage osteoporotic fractures in SCI/D. Study Design: Scoping review. Settings/Participants: Human adult subjects with a SCI/D. Outcome measures: Strategies to identify persons with SCI/D at risk for osteoporotic fractures, nonpharmacological and pharmacological therapies for osteoporosis and management of appendicular fractures. Results: 226 articles were included in the scoping review. Risk of osteoporotic fractures...

Psypag2018 University of Huddersfield Poster

Bradley Kennedy, Annie Scudds & Suzanne Stewart
Poster presented at PsyPAG2018 Conference. Understanding the current social opinions of various job roles and sectors of work.

Psypag2018 University of Huddersfield Poster

Bradley Kennedy, Annie Scudds & Suzanne Stewart
Poster presented at PsyPAG2018 Conference. Understanding the current social opinions of various job roles and sectors of work.

Prospective Evaluation of Two iStent® Trabecular Stents, One iStent Supra® Suprachoroidal Stent, and Postoperative Prostaglandin in Refractory Glaucoma: Four-Year Outcomes

Jonathan S Myers, Imran Masood, Dana M Hornbeak, Jose I Belda, Gerd Auffarth, Anselm Jünemann, Jane Ellen Giamporcaro, Jose M Martinez-De-La-Casa, Iqbal Ike K Ahmed, Lilit Voskanyan & L Jay Katz
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Comparative bioaccumulation and effects of purified and cellular extract of cylindrospermopsin to freshwater fish Hoplias malabaricus

Rodrigo De Cássio Da Silva, Sonia Regina Grötzner, Daniele Dietrich Moura Costa, Juan Ramón Esquivel Garcia, Juan Muelbert, Valéria Freitas De Magalhães, Francisco Filipak Neto & Ciro Alberto De Oliveira Ribeiro
Many tropical freshwater ecosystems are impacted by cyanobacteria blooms increasing the risk of cyanotoxins exposure to aquatic organisms while human populations may be exposed by eating fish, drinking water, or dermal swimming. However, few toxicological data are available on the influence of cyanobacteria blooms in particular, cylindrospermopsin (CYN) on Brazilian neotropical fish. A number of studies demonstrated the ability of CYN to bioaccumulate in freshwater organisms and consequently enter the human food chain. The aim...

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