195,416 Works

Forschungprojekt zu Anreizen im DRG-System

M Fässler, C Clarinval, V Wild & N Biller-Andorno
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Diagnose Fallpauschale: eine Untersuchung aus ethischer Perspektive

C Clarinval, E Pfister & N Biller-Andorno
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Methoden zur Bestimmung von Nutzen bzw. Wert medizinischer Leistungen und ihre ethischen Implikationen

Florian Gutzwiller, Nikola Biller-Andorno, Caroline Harnacke, Lea Bollhalder, Thomas D Szucs, Felix Gutzwiller & Matthias Schwenkglenks
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Szenario einer künftigen Nutzenbewertung medizinischer Leistungen in der Schweiz

Florian Gutzwiller, Matthias Schwenkglenks, Felix Gutzwiller & Nikola Biller-Andorno
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Arredi di lusso in legno e avorio da Ercolano: le nuove scoperte della Villa dei Papiri

Maria Paola Guidobaldi
Sono qui illustrati i resti di eccezionali mobili di legno rivestiti di avorio decorato a bassorilievo rinvenuti durante i recenti lavori di scavo, conservazione e sistemazione dell’area della Villa dei Papiri di Ercolano (Luglio 2007-Primavera 2009), eseguiti dalla Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei e finanziati dalla Comunità Europea nell’ambito del Programma Operativo della Regione Campania (POR). L’eccezionalità del rinvenimento risiede nell’alto pregio dei materiali impiegati e nella ricchezza delle decorazioni...
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Water collection by honey bees – How far will foragers fly to use water sources like guttation drops? A first distance trial using cereals and oilseed rape

Ina Joachimsmeier, Jens Pistorius, Udo Heimbach, Detlef Schenke & Wolfgang Kirchner
Julius-Kühn-Archiv; 437; 82-86
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The NCAR Dropsonde Program

Robert Bushnell
This document outlines the objectives and program design of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) dropsonde program. As part of the program, several sondes will be dropped nearly simultaneously into the top of a storm cell in order to observe the time development of a single storm.
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Development of a Dispersive Liquid–Liquid Microextraction Technique for the Extraction and Spectrofluorimetric Determination of Fluoxetine in Pharmaceutical Formulations and Human Urine

Ahad Bavili Tabrizi & Ahmad Rezazadeh
Purpose: Fluoxetine is the most prescribed antidepressant drug worldwide. In this work, a new dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction (DLLME) method combined with spectrofluorimetry has been developed for the extraction and determination of FLX in pharmaceutical formulations and human urine. Methods: For FLX determination, the pH of a 10 mL of sample solution containing FLX, was adjusted to 11.0. Then, 800 µL of ethanol containing 100 µL of chloroform was injected rapidly into the sample solution. A...
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Buchbesprechungen und Rezensionen

Diverse
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Meeresspiegel-Projektionen für den nordwesteuropäischen Schelf

Hartmut Heinrich …
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Human renal cell carcinoma induces a dendritic cell subset that uses T-cell crosstalk for tumor-permissive milieu alterations

A M Figel, D Brech, P U Prinz, U K Lettenmeyer, J Eckl, A Turqueti-Neves, J Mysliwietz, D Anz, N Rieth, N Muenchmeier, A Buchner, S Porubsky, S I Siegert, S Segerer, P J Nelson & E Noessner
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Archeological Collections Management of the Great Island Tavern Site, Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts

Synenki, Alan, AUTHOR (Division Of Cultural Resources, North Atlantic Region, NPS); Charles, Sheila, AUTHOR (Division Of Cultural Resources, North Atlantic Region, NPS)
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MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS OF FILL FROM AROUND THE SKULL IN A HUMAN BURIAL AT THE BOSQUE ENCANTADO SITE, MV-206, IN ZACATECAS, MEXICO

Kathryn Puseman
A single sample collected around the skull of a human burial at the Bosque Encantado site, MV-206, in Zacatecas, Mexico, was examined for charred macrofloral remains. This site represents a habitation with plazas and platforms and dates to approximately 1255 BP, reflecting the La Quemada phase of the Epiclassic period in northern Mesoamerica. Macrofloral analysis is used to provide information concerning plant resources utilized by the site occupants.
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POLLEN AND MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM SITE AR-O3-07-03-355, KAIBAB PLATEAU, NORTHERN ARIZONA

Kathryn Puseman & Linda Scott Cummings
Fill from the probable floor of a circular, semi-subterranean pithouse at site AR-03-07-03-355 was examined for pollen and macrofloral remains. This site represents multiple occupations of the area over time. Diagnostic artifacts reflect early to late Archaic occupations. Formative period structures, including a late Pueblo II habitation/room block, also are present at the site. Radiocarbon dates of 1210 ± 40 BP and 1220 ± 40 BP were recovered from burned wood in the pithouse. Pollen...
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ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF CERAMICS FROM SITE FB 5000 ON THE FORT BLISS MCGREGOR RANGE, NEW MEXICO

Melissa K. Logan
Twenty ceramic sherds that include El Paso Polychrome, Mimbres Black on White, Playas Red, an instrusive brownware that might be Casas Grande, and an undifferentiated brownware were recovered from site FB 5000 on the McGregor range at the Fort Bliss Military Installation in New Mexico and submitted for organic residue analysis. Ceramics were tested for organic residues using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR).
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POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENT ASSOCIATED WITH A BURIAL AND AMS RADIOCARBON DATING OF HUMAN BONE FROM SITES 41HY161 AND 41HY163, SAN MARCOS, TEXAS

Linda Scott Cummings & Chad Yost
Previous pollen analysis of a sample associated with a burial from site 41HY163 in south-central Texas yielded possible evidence of Zea mays pollen. Because the identification was tentative, an additional soil sample was submitted to PaleoResearch Institute for testing. Pollen and phytolith analyses were conducted for the specific purpose of finding any evidence for the presence of Zea mays or to find pollen types that might be confused with Zea mays. After completion of the...
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ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF AN EFFIGY VESSEL FROM THE WALLACE SITE (5MT6970), MONTEZUMA COUNTY, SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO

Melissa K. Logan & Linda Scott Cummings
A ceramic effigy vessel recovered from the Wallace Site (5MT6970) in Montezuma County, southwestern Colorado, was submitted for organic residue analysis. Organic residues were tested using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Multiple test extractions were performed on the vessel in an effort to isolate and remove contaminants imparted on the vessel by labeling ink before a final extraction was performed to remove the organic residues from the interior of the vessel.
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EXAMINATION OF ORGANIC RESIDUES, BASKETRY, AND BOTANIC REMAINS FROM AZTEC RUINS, NEW MEXICO

Linda Scott Cummings, Kathryn Puseman & Chad Yost
Four residue samples from rooms in the West Ruin at Aztec Ruins, New Mexico, were examined to identify the contents of the residue. Two of these residue samples were collected from baskets. As appropriate, analysis of the residue samples included macrofloral examination and/or microscopic identification of starches and phytoliths. A botanic sample from Kiva D and material from the foundation of a coiled basketry ladle also were submitted for identification.
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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE PIT FROM AZ BB:6:50, ARIZONA

Linda Scott Cummings
A single pollen sample collected from a pit (Feature 1) at AZ BB:6:50 (ASM), was analyzed for pollen. The site is located at an elevation of approximately 4000 feet on a bajada between Oracle and San Manuel to the northeast of Tucson. The area is heavily dissected. Pollen analysis was undertaken in an effort to define activities in the pit.
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PHYTOLITH AND STARCH ANALYSIS OF A TOOTH TARTAR SAMPLE FROM SEAMAN MOUND, UTAH

Chad Yost
A small sample of tooth tartar (calculus) was submitted for phytolith and starch grain analysis. This tartar was removed from the teeth of a 12 year old male by Darrell Thomas, D.D.S., Salt Lake City, Utah. This individual was discovered during an excavation conducted by BYU at the Seaman Mound Site. This site is located in a delta estuary of the Provo River flowing into Utah Lake. The goal of this analysis is to gain...
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PHYTOLITH, MACROFLORAL, AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS FOR SEDIMENTS FROM THE BEEBE ORCHARD SITE, 45CH216, WASHINGTON

Chad Yost, Kathryn Puseman & Melissa K. Logan
Sediment samples from the Beebe Springs site, 45CH216, were submitted for phytolith, starch, macrofloral, and organic reside (FTIR) analysis. This site is located on the west bank of the Columbia River (Lake Entiat Reservoir), in Chelan County, Washington. This site is a multicomponent site with substantial artifact density. Three prehistoric occupation surfaces have been identified. Mt. Mazama sediments provide a lower-limit date of ca. 6,800 years B.P. Analysis of sediment samples associated with various artifacts...
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09-116: Letter Report

Kathryn Puseman
No formal report was written for this project.
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