J. R. Kent

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A major area of interest in the study of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) involves the persistence of the virus within a latent state in neuronal cells of infected humans. The latency-associated transcripts (LATs) are believed to play a key role during HSV-1 latency. This review will discuss the most recent findings on the involvement of the LAT region(More)
The supportive role of the built environment for human health is a growing area of interdisciplinary research, evidence-based policy development, and related practice. Nevertheless, despite closely linked origins, the contemporary professions of public health and urban planning largely operate within the neoliberal framework of academic, political, and(More)
(2016). "Over 1000 cars and no garage": how urban planning supports car(park) sharing. A. (2016). Framing health for land-use planning legislation: A qualitative descriptive content analysis. (2015). When what's mine isn't yours in collaborative consumption: the politics of parking for car sharing cars. Information]</a> Kent, J. (2014). Driving to save time(More)
(2016). "Over 1000 cars and no garage": How urban planning supports car(park) sharing. A. (2016). Framing health for land-use planning legislation: A qualitative descriptive content analysis. (2015). When what's mine isn't yours in collaborative consumption: the politics of parking for car sharing cars. Information]</a> Kent, J. (2014). Driving to save time(More)
This study explores the effects of the built environment on transport disadvantage, social exclusion, personal health and subjective wellbeing (SWB) using survey data collected in four socioeconomically disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Sydney, Australia. The data is analysed at both neighbourhood and individual levels using both descriptive analysis and(More)
  • Sei Washington, Janet Rex Manager, Richard Lynch, Hollen Barmer, Heidi Brayer, Ed Desautels +19 others
  • 2012
An der Welle 4 60 322 Frankfurt Germany copyrights Carnegie Mellon University SEI-authored documents are sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense under Contract FA8721-05-C-0003. Carnegie Mellon University retains copyrights in all material produced under this contract. The U.S. government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or(More)
In addressing climate change mitigation, matters of responsibility are core. It is widely acknowledged that individuals and households need to contribute to efforts to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to meet international reduction targets (Pachauri 2007; Stern 2007). However, the role of individual responsibility for climate change(More)
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