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Dendritic Cell–T-Cell Interactions Support Coreceptor-Independent Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Transmission in the Human Genital Tract
ABSTRACT Worldwide, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is transmitted predominantly by heterosexual contact. Here, we investigate for the first time, by examining mononuclear cells obtained fromExpand
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Coexpression of CCR5 and IL-2 in human genital but not blood T cells: implications for the ontogeny of the CCR5+ Th1 phenotype.
Memory T cells that home to inflamed tissues typically express the beta-chemokine receptor CCR5 and exhibit a Th1 cytokine profile. The migration of these cells into the genital tract followingExpand
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Failure prediction of underground distribution feeder cables
This paper presents a methodology to determine an age-related reliability index that can be used to compare the relative likelihood of in-service failures among underground distribution feeders. ItExpand
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Inhibition of cartilage and bone destruction in adjuvant arthritis in the rat by a matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor
Considerable evidence has associated the expression of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) with the degradation of cartilage and bone in chronic conditions such as arthritis. Direct evaluation of MMPs'Expand
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Identifying components of variability in breath alcohol analysis.
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The effect of breath alcohol simulator solution volume on measurement results.
Breath alcohol simulator devices (simulators) containing alcohol and water solutions are used to calibrate and test breath-testing instruments. The manufacturers of simulators design them to containExpand
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Comparing roadside with subsequent breath alcohol analyses and their relevance to the issue of retrograde extrapolation.
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) legislation requires proving the critical breath alcohol concentration (BrAC) at the time of driving. With time delayed analysis, retrograde extrapolation isExpand
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Book Reviews
Issues of mortality, mourning and mortuary are a pertinent point of entry into Aboriginal life today, especially as it unfolds in the more remote regions of Australia. As most readers of this reviewExpand