Elizabeth J Clark

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The size of DNA replication intermediates from Drosophila cells pulse-labeled with 3H-thymidine for 30-120 sec was determined by electrophoresis in formamide-polyacrylamide gels. Replication intermediates were formed in three discrete size classes, with median lengths of 61, 125 and 240 nucleotides. Replication intermediates in the 125 nucleotide size class(More)
Mouse macrophage elastase, a metalloproteinase secreted by inflammatory macrophages, catalyzed the limited proteolysis of selected subclasses of mouse immunoglobulins, including monomeric IgG2a, IgG3, and some forms of IgG2b. Mouse IgG1 was resistant to elastase degradation; however, human IgG1 was degraded. IgG3 in immune complexes was cleaved in a manner(More)
Inflammatory mouse peritoneal macrophages secrete a metalloproteinase that is not inhibited by alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor. This proteinase, macrophage elastase, recognizes alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor with macrophage elastase does not involve a stable proteinase-inhibitor complex and results in the proteolytic removal of a peptide of apparent molecular(More)
Puerto Rico, and U.S. social workers practicing abroad. The mission of NASW is to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The mission of ASWB is to assist social work regulatory bodies in carrying out their legislated mandates and to encourage(More)
" The major challenge of social work is that social workers have too many things on their plates. They cannot possibly do everything they need to do and do it well. Burnout is a main reason people are leaving the profession. We are short-handed as it is… " —Survey Participant The 2004 benchmark national study of licensed social workers provided a wealth of(More)
2 Abstract A methodology is described for using fMRI brain imaging to study how students learn with an intelligent tutoring system. Students were imaged while learning an algebra isomorph. A cognitive model, which is capable of learning the material, identified 6 predefined brain regions as reflecting various aspects of the problem-solving and learning(More)
  • Clare C Acton, William J Kilkenny, E John Clark, Paul F Elward, Stuart D Corboy, James F Bourgeois +12 others
  • 2013
West Side of Chicago. The school was faced with a problem common to every new institution of learning— the establishment of a cohesive unity in the student body and the foundation of a tradition for succeeding students to follow. The students themselves had to solve this problem, and they solved it admirably. It was then the task of succeeding Loyolans to(More)
social workers practicing abroad, many of whom are uniformed social workers or members of their families. The mission of NASW is to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
" Advocacy is the cornerstone upon which social work is built. It is so important that it is framed in three sections of our Code of Ethics. Advocacy for individuals, communities and systems is not just a suggested activity for social workers. It's not a 'do it if you have some extra time' or a 'do it if the inequity and disparity are very great' activity.(More)
Introduction Social work as a profession aims to address the impact of social problems on the lives of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. To achieve this, the members of the profession, the organizations through which they work, and the schools of social work must have the knowledge base, theories, and values to understand(More)