Clark Morris

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Hereditary conditions are traditionally classified based either on physical/physiological attributes or using the names of the individuals credited with identifying the condition. For the 170 plus conditions classified as ectodermal dysplasias (EDs), both of these nosological systems are used, at times interchangeably. Over the past decade our knowledge of(More)
Biomedical engineering know-how and ingenuity have created numerous new implanted and externally used products that have considerably advanced patient care. However, some devices have developed unanticipated problems, leading to complex medicolegal situations.
The formation of human enamel is highly regulated at the molecular level and involves thousands of genes. Requisites for development of this highly mineralized tissue include cell differentiation; production of a unique extracellular matrix; processing of the extracellular matrix; altering of cell function during different stages of enamel formation; cell(More)
The morphological and biological characteristics of the 5 subspecies of Culicoides variipennis as proposed by Wirth and Jones are reviewed in the light of research performed since 1957. Proposals have been made to recognize the eastern and western populations as distinct species; others prefer to consider the population as 1 species with extensive and(More)
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