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NF␬B is a critical transcription factor involved in modulating cellular responses to environmental injuries. Tyrosine 42 phosphorylation of I␬B␣ has been shown to mediate NF␬B activation following hypoxia/ reoxygenation (H/R) or pervanadate treatment. This pathway differs from the canonical proinflammatory pathways, which mediate NF␬B activation through(More)
Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance received in preparing this report. We thank Wolf is greatly appreciated. The research presented in this report is the product of the collaborative efforts of a large research team. The Principal Investigators thank our colleagues for their many contributions. We also thank our families, With(More)
Department of Health and Human Services. Data used here were provided by the State of Wisconsin under an agreement between the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and the Institute for Research on Poverty. The cooperation and assistance of DWD are gratefully acknowledged. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not reflect the views or(More)
This paper presents the development of a system that will allow a visually-impaired person to safely operate a motor vehicle. Named the blind driver challenge, the purpose of the project is to improve the independence of the visually-impaired by allowing them to travel at their convenience. The system development is targeted to be deployed on Team Victor(More)
Smith for their expert preparation of the data and Maria Cancian, Elizabeth Evanson, and Dawn Duren for their comments and assistance with this manuscript. Executive Summary The Caretaker Supplement (CTS) provides a cash benefit to parents who are receiving SSI payments and raising minor children in the State of Wisconsin. It is a relatively new program(More)
With the introduction of Wisconsin Works (W-2) in 1997, Wisconsin initiated a radically new approach to public assistance for low-income families. W-2 replaced Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), the program that had previously offered cash to low-income, primarily single-parent families. W-2 participants are placed into one of four tiers of a "(More)
  • Joanna Y. Marks, Julia B. Isaacs, +10 authors David Reimer
  • 2011
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank several sponsors while holding all of these organizations harmless from the conclusions and analyses presented in this paper. We thank the U.S. for assistance with data analysis and model construction; to Chelsea Zenger for research assistance; and to Rozalynn Klaas of the Applied Population Laboratory for assistance with(More)
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