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Systems biology approach predicts immunogenicity of the yellow fever vaccine in humans
A major challenge in vaccinology is to prospectively determine vaccine efficacy. Here we have used a systems biology approach to identify early gene 'signatures' that predicted immune responses in… Expand
Effect of exercise-diet manipulation on muscle glycogen and its subsequent utilization during performance.
- W. M. Sherman, D. Costill, W. Fink, J. Miller
- International journal of sports medicine
- 1 May 1981
This study examined the effect of three exercise-diet regimens on muscle glycogen supercompensation and subsequent performance during a 20.9-km run. A diet containing 15% carbohydrate (CHO,L), 50%… Expand
A model of the mechanics of binocular alignment.
- J. Miller, D. A. Robinson
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Computers and biomedical research, an…
- 1 October 1984
A computer model (SQUINT) of the static mechanics of human eyes is developed and applied to the diagnosis and treatment of defects of binocular alignment (strabismus). Expand
Tibial tuberosity advancement in 65 canine stifles.
- D. E. Hoffmann, J. Miller, C. Ober, O. Lanz, R. Martin, P. Shires
- Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and…
The tibial tuberosity advancement (TTA) procedure was developed to treat dogs with cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifles. A retrospective, descriptive study was performed on 57 dogs that… Expand
The role of dietary carbohydrates in muscle glycogen resynthesis after strenuous running.
- D. Costill, W. M. Sherman, W. Fink, C. Maresh, M. Witten, J. Miller
- Medicine, Biology
- The American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 September 1981
This study examined the effect of the type, amount, and the frequency of feeding of carbohydrates on muscle glycogen resynthesis after running. Trained male runners performed a 16.1 km run at 80% VO2… Expand
U.S. physician satisfaction: a systematic review.
- D. Scheurer, S. Mckean, J. Miller, Tosha B. Wetterneck
- Journal of hospital medicine
- 1 November 2009
INTRODUCTION There is concern in the US about the burden and potential ramifications of dissatisfaction among physicians. The purpose of this article is to systematically review the literature on US… Expand
Computerized method of visual acuity testing: adaptation of the amblyopia treatment study visual acuity testing protocol.
PURPOSE To report a computerized method for determining visual acuity in children using the Amblyopia Treatment Study visual acuity testing protocol. METHODS A computerized visual acuity tester was… Expand
The amblyopia treatment study visual acuity testing protocol.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the reliability of a new visual acuity testing protocol for children using isolated surrounded HOTV optotypes. METHODS After initial pilot testing and modification, the… Expand
The maximal sniff in the assessment of diaphragm function in man.
We studied diaphragm function in a total of 64 normal subjects, who had no past or present respiratory or neuromuscular impairment. We measured transdiaphragmatic pressure (Pdi) during maximal sniffs… Expand
Langerhans cell histiocytosis with orbital involvement.
- T. R. Kramer, R. Noecker, J. Miller, L. Clark
- American journal of ophthalmology
- 1 December 1997
PURPOSE To review three cases of Langerhans cell histiocytosis with orbital involvement that represent a significantly excessive incidence of this rare disease in one community. Current diagnostic… Expand