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- Reto Stricker, Raphael Eberhart, Marie-Christine Chevailler, Frank A. Quinn, Paul Bischof, René Stricker
- Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine
- 2006

During a normal menstrual cycle, serum levels of luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), estradiol, and progesterone can vary widely between cycles for the same woman, as well… (More)

- Daniel S. Freed, Frank A. Quinn
- 1992

A typical course in quantum field theory begins with a thorough examination of a “toy model”, usually the φ theory. Our purpose here is to provide a detailed description of a “toy model” for… (More)

We present a new, more elementary proof of the Freedman–Teichner result that the geometric classification techniques (surgery, s–cobordism, and pseudoisotopy) hold for topological 4–manifolds with… (More)

- Erik Morre Pedersen, Frank A. Quinn, Andrew Ranicki
- 2001

We provide a proof of the controlled surgery sequence, including stability, in the special case that the local fundamental groups are trivial. Stability is a key ingredient in the construction of… (More)

Is speculative mathematics dangerous? Recent interactions between physics and mathematics pose the question with some force: traditional mathematical norms discourage speculation, but it is the… (More)

We use controlled topology applied to the action of the infinite dihedral group on a partially compactified plane and deduce two consequences for algebraic K-theory. The first is that the family in… (More)

- Frank A. Quinn
- 2011

T he physical sciences all went through “revolutions”: wrenching transitions in which methods changed radically and became much more powerful. It is not widely realized, but there was a similar… (More)

Four-dimensional topology is in an unsettled state: a great deal is known, but the largest-scale patterns and basic unifying themes are not yet clear. Kirby has recently completed a massive review of… (More)

In these notes “homology manifold” means ENR (Euclidean neighborhood retract) Z–coefficient homology manifold, unless otherwise specified, and “exotic” means not a manifold factor (ie local or… (More)

- Man Khun Chan, Isolde Seiden-Long, +4 authors Khosrow Adeli
- Clinical biochemistry
- 2009

OBJECTIVES
A comprehensive set of age- and gender-specific pediatric reference intervals is essential for accurate interpretation of laboratory tests in a pediatric setting.
DESIGN AND METHODS
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