Graeme Sweet

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Textures are commonly used to enhance the representation of shape in non-photorealistic rendering applications such as medical drawings. Textures that have elongated linear elements appear to be superior to random textures in that they can, by the way they conform to the surface, reveal the surface shape. We observe that shape following hache marks commonly(More)
The antigens of strain AD169 of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) were extracted by various methods and at different times following the appearance of cytopathic effects (c.p.e.) in infected fibroblasts. Assay with a pooled human serum in electroimmunodiffusion (EID) revealed that the most reactive preparations were obtained by shell-freeze (SF) extraction on the(More)
Crossed electroimmunodiffusion (CEID) was evaluated as a means for individualizing human blood stains by studying variations within and among individuals in 22 serum antigens in ten subjects over a four-month period. The extent of variation within an individual was determined by making CEID runs on blood stains obtained on ten different occasions and(More)
Crossed electroimmunodiffusion was evaluated as a means for establishing the individuality ("fingerprinting") of human bloodstains. In ten separate examinations on stains from each of ten persons there was at least one peak with a unique range in height so that individualization was possible. The heights of certain peaks showed statistically significant(More)
An improved counterimmunoelectrophoretic (CIE) procedure for detection of antibodies to human cytomegalovirus (CMV) is described. The procedure, which uses high ionic strength buffer and concentrated antigen, is as sensitive and specific as complement fixation (CF), indirect hemagglutination (IHA), and anti-complement immunofluorescence (ACIF) but requires(More)