Brent Tanner

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Congenital and acquired facial deformities in which the nose is small relative to the rest of the face present a problem in reconstruction. Binder's syndrome is the most common of such deformities, where the noise is both short and lacking tip projection. A method of reconstructing such deformities is described. By means of a coronal skin incision and an(More)
5. Inada Y, Tamai S, Kawanishi K, et al. Free dorsoulnar perforator flap transfers for the reconstruction of severely injured digits. Plast Reconstr Surg 2004;114:411e20. 6. Yilmaz M, Menderes A, Karatas O, et al. Free arterialised venous forearm flaps for limb reconstruction. Br J Plast Surg 1996;49: 396e400. 7. Chen HC, Tang YB, Chuang D, et al.(More)
Continuous chromatographic separator techniques have allowed the extraction of more simple sugars from molasses (MOL). The resultant byproduct, concentrated separator byproduct (CSB), has reduced readily fermentable carbohydrates but elevated CP and mineral content. The feed value of CSB was compared to that of MOL in two separate trials. In Trial 1, a(More)
Selected Abstracts from the ‘‘Best of Europe’’ Sessions of the 1st Congress of the European Association of Societies of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (EASAPS) Best of Europe in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 2008 (Editorial Coordinator: Salvador Rodrı́guez-Camps Devis) Gilbert Aiach Æ J. F. Pascal Æ C. Le Louarn Æ Brent Tanner Æ Husan Bella Æ Paul Gerachi Æ Daniel(More)
A complementary DNA has been cloned and sequenced for the mouse extracellular signal regulated kinase (erk-1). The nucleotide sequence of the 1.7 kb mouse erk-1 cDNA clone (merk-1-34) is 93.5% identical to the published rat DNA sequence (Boulton et al. (1990) Science 249, 64-67). The mouse clone, as with all other reported sequences, did not contain an(More)
EXPRESSION OF THE C-MYC PROTO-ONCOGENE AND THE METASTASIS SUPPRESSOR GENE NM 23 IN TESTICULAR TUMORS. B. Schmidt, R. Ackermann and T. Strohmeyer The c-myc proto-oncogene is involved in the regulation of cellular differentiation and proliferation. Its altered expression, caused by chromosomal translocation, amplification or retroviral insertion is associated(More)
Continuous chromatographic separator techniques have allowed the extraction of more simple sugars from molasses (MOL). The resultant byproduct, concentrated separator byproduct (CSB), has reduced readily fermentable carbohydrates but elevated CP and mineral content. The feed value of CSB was compared to that of MOL in two separate trials. In Trial 1, a(More)
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