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Recessions , Mortality , and Migration Bias : Evidence from the Lancashire Cotton Famine ∗ Vellore
We examine the health effects of the Lancashire Cotton Famine, a sharp downturn in the cotton textile manufacturing regions of Britain induced by the U.S. Civil War. This is a setting characterizedExpand
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Representing Mental Illness: A Case of Cognitive Polyphasias
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  • Sociology
  • 28 May 2012
Within social representations theory, the concept of cognitive polyphasia describes the co-existence of differing, even contradictory, forms of knowledge in the same individual or community. To goExpand
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A Coat Protein of the Bacteriophage M13
Several molecules of a protein specified by gene 3 of M13 comprise a minor fraction of the phage coat and have been assigned a role in adsorption to the bacterial cell. We find that the gene-3Expand
A Study on Relationship between Cross Cultural Training and Expatriate Performance
This review paper analyzes studies, which examined positive relationship of cross-cultural training to expatriate modification in Asia, specifically in India. To improve practical implication ofExpand
ISSN 2348-375 X FOREGROUND OBJECT DETECTION FROM A DYNAMIC
Object detection is one of the fundamental step for automated video analysis in many vision application. Separation of foreground object from its background is a challenging task. This paper presentsExpand
Pesticide, Incidence, Drugs, Poison.
Primary Angiosarcoma Breast - A Rare Case Report
  • Arthi
  • Medicine
  • 1 November 2017
Abstract : Angiosarcoma, a rare malignant vascular tumor, accounts for less than 0.04 percent of all malignant lesions in breast. The incidence of primary breast angiosarcoma is about 17 new casesExpand
PREVALENCE OF SCRUB TYPHUS AMONG FEBRILE PATIENTS ATTENDING TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI
  • Arthi
  • Medicine
  • 4 January 2018
Abstract : Introduction Scrub typhus, a rickettsial disease caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi, is spread by bite of larval trombiculid mites. The disease presents like any other febrile illness .Expand