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Effective risk management in financial institutions: the turnbull approach
Risk management is more important in the financial sector than in other parts of the economy. But it is difficult. The basis of banking and similar financial institutions is taking risk in conditionsExpand
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Powassan virus was recovered from a pool of 3 nymphal and 1 adult female Ixodes cookei removed from a striped skunk (Mephitis mephitis) trapped in Massachusetts during 1967 and from a pool of 9Expand
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Cardiac rehabilitation after cancer therapy in children and young adults.
Abstract Approximately two thirds of 6,000 children diagnosed with cancer in the United States each year are treated successfully. 1 With increasing cure rates and longer disease-free survival, theExpand
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Ixodes dammini (Acari: Ixodidae) and associated ixodid ticks in South-central Connecticut, USA.
Nine thousand ticks of 9 species were collected from 22 species of wild mammals in south-central Connecticut. The majority of ticks were Ixodes dammini and Dermacentor variabilis . The principalExpand
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Immature Ixodes dammini (acari: Ixodidae) on small animals in Connecticut, USA.
More than 10,000 Ixodes dammini ticks, a species associated with human babesiosis and Lyme disease, were collected from 1800 birds (6 species) and mammals (22 species) in 4 plant communities at theExpand
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Estrogen in autoimmunity: expression of estrogen receptors in thymic and autoimmune T cells.
OBJECTIVE To identify the targets of estrogen in immune system lymphocytes and to examine gender differences in autoimmunity. DESIGN RNA samples from purified lymphocyte subsets were analyzed forExpand
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The landscape epidemiology of rabies in Virginia.
Rabies virus, the gray fox, and the Alleghenian Biotic Region form a pathobiocenose; rabies in Virginia exists in a diffuse nidus, the Alleghenian Biotic Region. Physiographic features may serve asExpand
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Discriminant analysis: a method of identifying foci of vector-borne diseases.
  • A. Carey
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of tropical medicine and…
  • 1 July 1979
Identification of foci of vector-borne diseases does not require knowledge of exact abundances of vectors and pathogens; rather, a focus is defined by the presence, or some minimal level ofExpand
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Audit committees: effective against risk or just overloaded?
Audit committees have been an integral part of risk management in financial services organisations for longer than in the rest of the economy. But the pressures on audit committee performance areExpand
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Malignant fibrous histiocytoma in keratosis, ichthyosis, and deafness syndrome.
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