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MHC class I chain-related protein A and B (MICA and MICB) are predominantly expressed intracellularly in tumour and normal tissue
Background:Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I chain-related protein A (MICA) and MHC class I chain-related protein B (MICB) are polymorphic proteins that are induced upon stress, damageExpand
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The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's Tragedies
Introduction 1. Tragedy before Shakespeare 2. Titus Andronicus 3. Romeo and Juliet 4. Julius Caesar 5. Hamlet 6. Othello 7. Timon of Athens 8. King Lear 9. Macbeth 10. Antony and Cleopatra 11.Expand
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Use of the Site-Specific Retargeting Jump-In Platform Cell Line to Support Biologic Drug Discovery
Biologics represent a fast-growing class of therapeutics in the pharmaceutical sector. Discovery of therapeutic antibodies and characterization of peptides can necessitate high expression of theExpand
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Is there a performance in this text
Interrogation - a propos de l'edition du premier in-quarto d'Hamlet de Shakespeare - sur le critere d'authenticite du texte imprime et sa capacite a rendre compte de la pratique theâtrale jacobeenne
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The Language of Space in Court Performance, 1400-1625
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Royal entries and coronations 3. Royal progress 4. Meetings with ambassadors 5. Court revels 6. Tournaments 7. Trials 8. Executions Works cited. Expand
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Clerkenwell and Smithfield as a Neglected Home of London Theater
Discussions of early modern London theater usually center on two areas: Shoreditch, location of the Theatre and the Curtain; and the south bank, home to the Rose, the Swan, and the Globe. In thisExpand
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Hall's Rhetoric of Performance
  • J. Dillon
  • Art
  • English Literary Renaissance
  • 13 April 2004
dward Hall’s account of the first year of Henry VIII’s reign is a sequence of spectacles. Following half a folio page on the political situation following the death of Henry VII, Hall moves directlyExpand
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The Cambridge Introduction to Early English Theatre
1. Places of performance 2. Actors and audiences 3. Writers, controllers and the place of theatre 4. Genre and tradition 5. Instruction and spectacle Appendix 1. Select chronology of plays and otherExpand
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A Feminist Perspective on Renaissance Drama
A Feminist Perspective on Renaissance Drama. By Alison Findlay. Oxford and Malden, MA: Blackwell. 1999. vi + 206 pp. 45 [pounds sterling]; $49.95 (paperbound 13.99 [pounds sterling]; $19.95).Expand
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Theatre, Court and City, 1595-1610: Drama and Social Space in London
  • J. Dillon
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  • Dance Research Journal
  • 24 January 2000
List of illustrations Acknowledgements Conventions and abbreviations Prologue 1. City, court and theatre 2. The place of exchange 3. From retreat to display 4. The place of dirt 5. Placing theExpand
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