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IEEE Standard Definitions of Terms for Antennas
Definitions of terms in the field of antennas are provided.
In vivo antioxidant status, DNA damage, mutation and DNA repair capacity in cultured lymphocytes from healthy 75- to 80-year-old humans.
- C. M. King, H. E. Bristow-Craig, E. Gillespie, Y. Barnett
- Biology, Medicine
- Mutation research
- 9 June 1997
The accumulation of damage to cellular biomolecules, including DNA, over time may play a significant role in the aetiology of the ageing process. We have previously quantified DNA damage and mutation… Expand
Application of sensitivity analysis to neural network determination of financial variable relationships
An investigation of mutation as a function of age in humans.
An accumulation of mutations on their own or together with other age-related changes may contribute to aging and the development of age-related pathologies. The aim of this investigation was to… Expand
Effect of dietary intake and lifestyle factors on in vivo mutant frequency at the HPRT gene locus in healthy human subjects.
- Y. Barnett, C. A. Warnock, E. Gillespie, C. Barnett, M. B. Livingstone
- Medicine, Biology
- Mutation research
- 17 December 1999
This paper describes the results of a study designed to assess the effects of a variety of dietary and lifestyle factors on background levels of mutant frequency (MF) at the hypoxanthine-guanine… Expand
Environmental effects on sporocarp counts over fourteen years in a forest area
The occurrence of fruit bodies of larger fungi growing in a coniferous forest in Northern Ireland was recorded from 1974 and the influences of temperature and rainfall on the production of sporocarps… Expand
An Application of Multivariate Outlier Detection in Assessing Family Characteristics for Bank Advertisements
- E. Gillespie
- Computer Science
- 1 August 1993
A quasi-lumped planar balun for printed circuit antennas
The optimal application of devices to monitor a variable which has a critical value
- Edward Gillespie
- 1 May 1984
The optimal application of a set of detectors to record the value of a variable which has a specified critical value is presented. It is shown, that the readings may be taken from all detectors in… Expand