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The elongation factor 1 A-2 isoform from rabbit: cloning of the cDNA and characterization of the protein.
Eukaryotic elongation factor 1 A (eEF1A, formerly elongation factor-1 alpha) is an important component of the protein synthesis apparatus. Here we report the isolation and characterization of theExpand
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Daylight saving time and motor vehicle crashes: the reduction in pedestrian and vehicle occupant fatalities.
Fatal crashes were tabulated for 6-hour periods around sunrise and sunset, from 13 weeks before the fall change to standard time until 9 weeks after the spring change to daylight saving time.Expand
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Neck pain and head restraint position relative to the driver's head in rear-end collisions.
This two-year investigation was designed to estimate the incidence of driver neck pain in rear-struck vehicles involved in two-vehicle collisions and to determine the relationship between neck painExpand
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Reductions in deaths in frontal crashes among right front passengers in vehicles equipped with passenger air bags.
CONTEXT Virtually all new cars now are equipped with passenger air bags. Determining whether passenger air bags are saving lives is important, particularly because passenger air bags have caused someExpand
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Effects of Head Restraint and Seat Redesign on Neck Injury Risk in Rear-End Crashes
Automobile insurance claims were examined to determine the rates of neck injuries in rear-end crashes for vehicles with and without redesigned head restraints, redesigned seats, or both. ResultsExpand
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High school driver education: further evaluation of the DeKalb County study.
The DeKalb County, Georgia, study is the largest experimental evaluation of high school driver education to date. Detailed reanalyses of data from that study reveal that students assigned to anExpand
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Rollover risk of cars and light trucks after accounting for driver and environmental factors.
  • C. Farmer, A. Lund
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Accident; analysis and prevention
  • 1 March 2002
Characteristics of the driver, roadway environment, and vehicle were associated with the likelihood of rollover occurrence in more than 14000 single-vehicle fatal and 78000 single-vehicle injuryExpand
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Changes in motor vehicle occupant fatalities after repeal of the national maximum speed limit.
Trends in motor vehicle occupant deaths over 8 years were studied for 24 states that raised interstate speed limits and seven states that did not following the 1995 repeal of the US National MaximumExpand
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Fatal Crash Involvement and Laws against Alcohol-Impaired Driving
It is estimated that in 1985 about 1,560 fewer drivers were involved in fatal crashes because of three types of drinking-driving laws. The laws studied were per se laws that define driving under theExpand
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The mortality consequences of raising the speed limit to 65 mph on rural interstates.
As of April 1987, states were permitted to raise the speed limit on rural interstates to 65 mph without incurring federal sanctions; 38 states elected to do so in 1987. Fatality data for the monthsExpand
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