Daniel K. Inouye

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Amantadine-sensitive proton uptake by liposomes is currently the preferred method of demonstrating M2 functionality after reconstitution, to validate structural determination with techniques such as solid-state NMR. With strong driving forces (two decades each of both [K(+)] gradient-induced membrane potential and [H(+)] gradient), M2(22-62) showed a(More)
  • D K Inouye
  • Journal of health care for the poor and…
  • 1993
The incidence of emotional disorders and mental illness among Native American adolescents is strikingly high. Yet despite promises of support from the federal government, the mental health resources available among Indian communities are negligible and must be expanded. Two federal laws--the Indian Health Care Amendments of 1990, and the Indian Health Care(More)
The views and opinions expressed or implied in this article are those of the author (or authors) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA. Abstract—The movements of cultured (n=18) and wild (n=28) juvenile crimson jobfish (Pristipomoides filamentosus) are reported for a known nursery off windward Oahu,(More)
OTA appreciates the assistance of Carnegie Corporation and Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development in supporting the work of Richard Kronick for this background paper The views expressed in this paper do not necessarily represent those of the Technology Assessment Board, the Technology Assessment Advisory Council, or their individual members. FOREWORD(More)
Partridge examines the dynamic relationship between reader expectations of Chinese American literature and the challenges to these expectations posed by recent Chinese American texts. “Partridge’s conclusions deserve serious development for their transnational resonance. This is a compelling, valuable, and provocative study.” – Choice American Ethnic and(More)
Senate bill, fiscal year 2001 ....... +206 C.W. BILL YOUNG, RALPH REGULA, JERRY LEWIS, HAROLD ROGERS, JOE SKEEN, FRANK R. WOLF, JIM KOLBE, SONNY CALLAHAN, JAMES T. WALSH, CHARLES H. TAYLOR, DAVID L. HOBSON, ERNEST J. ISTOOK, JR., HENRY BONILLA, JOE KNOLLENBERG, DAVID R. OBEY, JOHN P. MURTHA, NORMAN DICKS, MARTIN OLAV SABO, STENY H. HOYER, ALAN B. MOLLOHAN,(More)
This synthesis and assessment report builds on an extensive scientific literature and series of recent assessments of the historical and potential impacts of climate change and climate variability on managed and unmanaged ecosystems and their constituent biota and processes. It identifies changes in resource conditions that are now being observed, and(More)