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H19 and Igf2 monoallelic expression is regulated in two distinct ways by a shared cis acting regulatory region upstream of H19.
H19 and Igf2 are expressed in a monoallelic fashion from the maternal and paternal chromosomes, respectively. A region upstream of H19 has been shown to regulate such imprinted expression of bothExpand
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Critical roles for the Bcl-3 oncoprotein in T cell-mediated immunity, splenic microarchitecture, and germinal center reactions.
Chromosomal translocations of bcl-3 are associated with chronic B cell lymphocytic leukemias. Previously, we have shown that Bcl-3, a distinct member of the I kappa B family, may function as aExpand
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Hookah use among college students: prevalence, drug use, and mental health.
BACKGROUND There is consistent evidence that hookah use is as, if not more, harmful than cigarette use. Yet, hookah users underestimate the potential deleterious effects of hookah use. This studyExpand
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Prevalence and correlates of hookah use: a nationally representative sample of US adults ages 18–40 years old
ABSTRACT Background: Hookah use may be increasing among adults in the US. Information on the prevalence and correlates of hookah use in the adult population is relatively limited. Objectives: ToExpand
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Subjective well-being and hookah use among adults in the United States: A nationally-representative sample.
  • A. Grinberg
  • Medicine
  • Drug and alcohol dependence
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BACKGROUND Using a nationally-representative dataset of adults 18-30 years old in the United States, this study examined the relationship between hookah use and subjective well-being. Levels ofExpand
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Carriage and population genetics of extended spectrum β-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli in cats and dogs in New Zealand.
The incidence of infections with extended spectrum β-lactamase producing Escherichia coli (ESBL-E) is increasing both in humans and animals. There is a paucity of data about the rate of faecalExpand
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Computerized cognitive training in young adults with depressive symptoms: Effects on mood, cognition, and everyday functioning.
BACKGROUND Computerized cognitive training (CCT) has previously improved cognition and mood in people with depression. Existing research has not determined if the benefits following CCT are specificExpand
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Hookah use among college students: Prevalence, mental health and drug use
s / Drug and Alcohol Dependence 146 (2015) e118–e201 e131 be presented from a population-based survey in California on the relationship of health status with attitudes toward and use of MM. Methods:Expand
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The Effect of Birth Order on Occupational Choice
Research suggests that birth order has a profound influence on personality development, but there has been little research investigating the effect of birth order on a person’s occupational choice. AExpand
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