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Monstrous Play in Negative Spaces: Illegible Bodies and the Cultural Construction of Biometric Technology
Biometric technology is often described as the ultimate form of transnational surveillance, producing a readable body through a process of measurement, enrollment, and identification/verification.Expand
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Competition for RISC binding predicts in vitro potency of siRNA
Short interfering RNAs (siRNA) guide degradation of target RNA by the RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC). The use of siRNA in animals is limited partially due to the short half-life of siRNAs inExpand
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Can augmented physiotherapy input enhance recovery of mobility after stroke? A randomized controlled trial
Objective: To discover if the provision of additional inpatient physiotherapy after stroke speeds the recovery of mobility. Design: A multisite single-blind randomized controlled trial (RCT)Expand
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“My Place Was Set At The Terrible Feast”: The Meanings of the “Anti‐Psychiatry” Movement and Responses in the United States, 1970s–1990s
The "Anti-Psychiatry" Movement in Historical ContextThe "anti-psychiatry" movement was a group of ex-psychiatric patients, as well as intellectuals and writers, who organized to advocate for moreExpand
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Long Term Safety and Efficacy of Lowering LDL Cholesterol With Statin Therapy: 20-Year Follow-Up of West of Scotland Coronary Prevention Study
Background —Extended follow up of statin-based low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol lowering trials improves understanding of statin safety and efficacy. Examining cumulative cardiovascularExpand
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Inhibitors of the adenovirus type 2 proteinase based on substrate-like tetrapeptide nitriles
Abstract Tetrapeptides containing the substrate derived P 4 -P 1 residues Leu-Ala-Gly-Gly and C-terminal ester, acid, amide, nitrile and dimethylacetal functionalities were synthesised and tested asExpand
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Using the MMPI-A in identifying trauma symptoms among juvenile offenders
A significant number of youths involved in the juvenile justice system have experienced childhood maltreatment and/or grief and loss. The mental health consequences of such events may haveExpand
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Abstract 814: CRP and Risk of Vascular Events in PROSPER
Background: The role of C-reactive protein (CRP) in predicting global vascular events and response to statin therapy remains uncertain and thus additional large prospective studies are required. Me...
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