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Understanding compliance with internet use policy from the perspective of rational choice theory
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This paper applies rational choice theory to examine how employees' intention to comply with Internet use policy is driven by cost-benefit assessments, personal norms and organizational context factors. Expand
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Effects of nitric oxide on salt stress tolerance in Kosteletzkya virginica
Salt stress is considered to be a major limiting factor for plant growth and crop productivity. Our previous study showed that exogenous application of sodium nitroprusside (60 μM SNP), a nitricExpand
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Advancing research on loyalty programs: a future research agenda
Despite the growing literature on loyalty program (LP) research, many questions remain underexplored. Driven by advancements in information technology, marketing analytics, and consumer interfaceExpand
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Microalgal carotenoids: beneficial effects and potential in human health.
Microalgae are huge natural sources of high-value compounds with health-promoting properties. The carotenoids derived from microalgae have significant antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, whichExpand
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Resolving the privacy paradox: Toward a cognitive appraisal and emotion approach to online privacy behaviors
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This study draws on multidimensional development theory to examine the effects of general privacy concerns, cognitive appraisals, and emotions formed during actual website interactions. Expand
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Meat and nutritional quality comparison of purebred and crossbred pigs.
Crossbreeding is an effective method of improving the efficiency and profit of production in commercial pig operations. To understand the effect of crossbreeding on meat and nutrient quality, aExpand
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Sex specific response in cholesterol level in zebrafish (Danio rerio) after long-term exposure of difenoconazole.
Difenoconazole is a widely used triazole fungicide, its extensive application may potentially cause toxic effects on non-target organisms. To investigate the effect of difenoconazole on cholesterolExpand
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Modulation of dietary fat on the toxicological effects in thymus and spleen in BALB/c mice exposed to perfluorooctane sulfonate.
  • Yu-chiang Frank Wang, L. Wang, +4 authors G. Jiang
  • Biology, Chemistry
  • Toxicology letters
  • 28 July 2011
Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) can cause atrophy of the immune organs in rodents, but the mechanism underlying this action is not completely understood. In this study, BALB/c mice were fed aExpand
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Evaluation needle length and density of microneedle arrays in the pretreatment of skin for transdermal drug delivery.
Solid silicon microneedle arrays with different needle lengths (ranging from 100 to 1100 microm) and needle densities (ranging from 400 to 11,900 needles/cm(2)) were used to penetrate epidermalExpand
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Reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification for the rapid detection of infectious bronchitis virus in infected chicken tissues
Abstract A reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP) assay targeting the nucleocapsid phosphoprotein gene of infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) was developed. TheExpand
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