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BACKGROUND Importin13 (IPO13) is a novel potential marker of corneal epithelial progenitor cells. We investigated the expression and localization of IPO13 in endometrial, endometriotic and endometrial carcinoma tissue. MATERIAL/METHODS IPO13 expression in endometrial, endometriotic and endometrial carcinoma tissue was examined by immunohistochemistry,(More)
BACKGROUND Although economic evaluation has been widely recognized as a key feature of both health services and educational research, for many years there has been a paucity of such studies relevant to services for children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), making the application of economic arguments to the development of services(More)
Although Warren, Fey and Yoder (2007) have described the key components of "dosage", one needs to go beyond description if one is to understand "optimal" dosage, specifically one needs to relate the characteristics of the intervention to the size of the intervention effect. This study examines the association between dose, intensity, and effect size in 20(More)
Two same-different discrimination tasks were conducted to test whether Mandarin and English native speakers use visual cues to facilitate Mandarin lexical tone perception. In the experiments, the stimuli were presented in 3 modes: audio-only (AO), audio-video (AV) and video-only (VO) under the clear and two levels of signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)-6dB and-9dB(More)
This paper is mainly concerned with feedback control systems governed by fractional impulsive evolution equations involving Riemann–Liouville derivatives in reflexive Banach spaces. We firstly give an existence and uniqueness result of mild solutions for the equations by applying the Banach's fixed point theorem. Next, by using the Filippove theorem and the(More)
This research report was commissioned before the new UK Government took office on 11 May 2010. As a result the content may not reflect current Government policy and may make reference to the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) which has now been replaced by the Department for Education (DfE). The views expressed in this report are the(More)
The Ragged leaves1 (Rg1) maize mutant frequently develops lesions on leaves, leaf sheaths, and ear bracts. Lesion formation is independent of biotic stress. High-level accumulation of H2O2 revealed by staining Rg1 leaves, with 3′,3′-diaminobenzidine and trypan blue, suggested that lesion formation appeared to be due to cell death. Rg1 was initially mapped(More)
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