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Recognising simplicity of black-box groups
We investigate the complexity of computing involutions and their centralizers in groups of Lie type over finite fields of odd order, and discuss applications to the problem of deciding whether aExpand
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Follow the ATP: tumor energy production: a perspective.
As early as the 1920s, the eminent physician and chemist, Otto Warburg, nominated for a second Nobel Prize for his work on fermentation, observed that the core metabolic signature of cancer cells isExpand
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The War on Cancer: A Military Perspective
Actually it has not quite happened yet, but almost imperceptibly, by degrees, we are learning to live with cancer. The “War on Cancer,” although generally successful in the pediatric population, hasExpand
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A Review of Two Promising Radiosensitizers in Brain Metastases: Rrx-001 and 2-Deoxyglucose
The origin of the common phrase “your name is mud” may derive from the ordeal of 19th century physician, Dr. Samuel Mudd, who was perhaps wrongly convicted of conspiracy in the assassination ofExpand
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Advances in the Integration of Human Engineering and Systems Engineering
The effective inclusion of humans as part of a system commonly requires significant human factors or human engineering input, which must be properly integrated with the overall system developmentExpand
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LEGISLATIVE PROBLEMS IN THE REGULATION OF MARRIAGES.
Of all the obstacles the legislator has to combat, the most sure and omnipresent is the antagonism of many minds to anything and everything new , from the legislative standpoint. This bias of manyExpand
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The Effects of Direct NADPH Oxidase Inhibitor Apocynin on Real-Time Blood Nitric Oxide and Hydrogen Peroxide Release in Femoral Artery/Vein Ischemia and Reperfusion Injury
Conclusions We hypothesize that the femoral I/R vein will show an increase in blood H2O2 release compared to its counterpart sham femoral vein. Whereas, a decrease in NO release is expected in theExpand
Placement Opportunities for Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics Professionals
During the period from November 1995 through October 1996, the Placement Service of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society distributed announcements describing 195 positions available for humanExpand
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