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Metformin, an oral insulin-sensitizing drug, is actively transported into cells by organic cation transporters (OCT) 1, 2, and 3 (encoded by SLC22A1, SLC22A2, or SLC22A3), which are tissue specifically expressed at significant levels in various organs such as liver, muscle, and kidney. Because metformin does not undergo hepatic metabolism, drug-drug(More)
Immune cells of myeloid lineage are encountered in the Alzheimer's disease (AD) brain, where they cluster around amyloid-β plaques. However, assigning functional roles to myeloid cell subtypes has been problematic, and the potential for peripheral myeloid cells to alleviate AD pathology remains unclear. Therefore, we asked whether replacement of(More)
We describe work on porting linguistic and semantic annotation applied to the Austrian Baroque Corpus (ABaC:us) to a format supporting its publication in the Linked Open Data Framework. This work includes several aspects, like a derived lexicon of old forms used in the texts and their mapping to modern German lemmas, the description of morpho-syntactic(More)
Preface The LREC 2014 Workshop on " Collaboration and Computing for Under-Resourced Languages in the Linked Open Data Era " (CCURL 2014) has its origin in the imperative of cultural and language diversity and in the basic right of all communities, all languages and all cultures to be " first class citizens " in an age driven by information, knowledge and(More)
  • Claudia Resch
  • 2009
In 1529, Sudor anglicus, the 'English Sweating Sickness', spread from England to Germany reaching the city of Augsburg. Its exact nature is unclear: the symptoms were profuse sweating, uncontrollable thirst, and headaches, with death occurring within hours of infection. Those who survived the first twenty-four hours returned to health. According to one(More)
This paper gives an overview of a relatively new thematic corpus based on German sacred literature of the Baroque period. At present, the digital collection consists of several texts specific to the memento mori genre. All texts in the Austrian Baroque Corpus (ABaC:us) have been enriched with different layers of structural information and tagged using(More)
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