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GeoSciML has been developed to enable the interchange of geoscience information, principally that portrayed on geological maps as well as boreholes. A GeoSciML testbed was developed both to test the implementation of the data model and its application in web services. The OneGeology-Europe project aims to use the GeoSciML data model, and build on the(More)
The ability of penicillins and chloramphenicol to enter human polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNLs) and their antibacterial activity against intracellular Haemophilus influenzae type b were studied. Penicillin was excluded whereas chloramphenicol was concentrated in PMNLs; chloramphenicol uptake was not dependent on PMNL energy and was not competitively(More)
Femke Reitsma1, John Laxton2, Stuart Ballard3, Werner Kuhn†, Alia Abdelmoty‡ 1femke.reitsma@ed.ac.uk: School of Geosciences, Edinburgh University 2 jll@bgs.ac.uk: British Geological Survey 3stuart@niees.ac.uk: The National Institute for Environmental eScience †kuhn@uni-muenster.de: Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster(More)
A commercial dual photon energy, computer-controlled linear accelerator has a complex collimation and beam delivery system. For accurate dose delivery, six separate motorized elements must be properly positioned for a given beam selection. Experimentally instituted misalignments of the primary electron scattering foils, the primary collimator, the(More)
Testing computer-controlled linear accelerators for patient safety and proper patient dose delivery requires that certain beam characteristics be monitored over an extended period of time. Computer-controlled conformal radiation therapy using asymmetric collimator jaw settings necessitates stable symmetric treatment beams. Long term beam symmetry(More)
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