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Nodular Glomerulosclerosis in Cystic Fibrosis Mimics Diabetic Nephropathy
Background/Aims: Despite the cystic fibrosis gene product, the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator, being widely expressed throughout the kidney, there is no clearly defined renalExpand
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A yeast bioassay for trichothecenes.
  • J. Binder
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Natural toxins
  • 1 November 1999
Like all eucaryotic cells, yeasts are sensitive to trichothecenes, especially T-2 toxin and verrucarin A. Based on this sensitivity, a yeast bioassay was developed to evaluate the toxicity of cornExpand
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The Kaye effect
The International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT) is a worldwide, annual competition for secondary school students. This is our solution to problem number 10, The Kaye effect, as presented in theExpand
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ANALYTIC NUMBER THEORY AND DIRICHLET’S THEOREM
In this paper, we prove Dirichlet’s theorem that, given any pair h, k with (h, k) = 1, there are infinitely many prime numbers congruent to h (mod k). Although this theorem lies strictly within theExpand
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B-cell clonality determination using an immunoglobulin kappa light chain polymerase chain reaction method.
To augment the detection of clonality in B-cell malignancies, we designed a consensus primer kappa light chain gene (Igkappa) polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay in combination with a consensusExpand
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TATE’S THESIS ON ZETA FUNCTIONS ON NUMBER FIELDS
In this paper, we examine John Tate’s seminal work calculating functional equations for zeta functions over a number field k. Tate examines both ‘local’ properties of k, completed with respect to aExpand
UNSTABLE FIRST-ORDER THEORIES
In this paper, we examine the divide between stable and unstable first-order theories in model theory. We begin by defining a stable theory and proving Shelah’s theorem, which reduces the question ofExpand