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E-Books: Challenges and Opportunities
  • J. Cox
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • D Lib Mag.
  • 1 October 2004
TLDR
A group of Irish university libraries shows that, with the right combination of product and subjects, e-books can thrive among students and faculty, while librarians can create more dynamic, relevant and flexible collections than for print. Expand
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Peptide based cytotoxic T-cell vaccines; delivery of multiple epitopes, help, memory and problems.
Synthetic CD8+ cytotoxic T-lymphocyte (CTL) peptide epitope based vaccines are being developed against a number of human diseases. Here we describe extensive preclinical testing of peptide epitopeExpand
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ISCOM based vaccines for cancer immunotherapy.
Immunostimulating complex (ISCOM) vaccines are particulate antigen delivery vehicles composed of saponin, cholesterol, phospholipid and immunogen. Here we illustrate that ISCOM-based vaccinesExpand
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Communicating New Library Roles to Enable Digital Scholarship: A Review Article
TLDR
A communications strategy to embed libraries in digital scholarship and to create new perceptions of their role as enabling partners. Expand
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The magic of money and the magic of the state: fast money schemes in Papua New Guinea
  • J. Cox
  • Sociology
  • 1 November 2013
As Keith Hart (1986) articulated in his neat phrase ‘two sides of the coin’, money and the state are inextricably intertwined. However, academic discussions of the state tend to fall under theExpand
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Intranasal vaccination with ISCOMATRIX adjuvanted influenza vaccine.
Mucosal delivery of inactivated vaccines that are able to elicit protective immune responses against respiratory diseases has been a long time goal of vaccinologists. Such vaccines would enable aExpand
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Phase I Trial of a CD8+ T-Cell Peptide Epitope-Based Vaccine for Infectious Mononucleosis
ABSTRACT A single blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, single-center phase I clinical trial of a CD8+ T-cell peptide epitope vaccine against infectious mononucleosis was conducted with 14 HLAExpand
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A two-dose hepatitis B vaccine regimen: proof of priming and memory responses in young adults.
This study shows that two doses of a recombinant hepatitis B vaccine (10 micrograms or 20 micrograms of HBsAg per dose), administered 6 months apart to young, healthy adults, can induce an antibodyExpand
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