Keith Kelley

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a case study of what is involved in implementing the VuFind discovery tool. Design/methodology/approach – The paper documents Western Michigan University’s experience with VuFind thus far, in several stages: planning; pre-alpha testing; alpha testing; and beta testing. Findings – The implementation process(More)
BACKGROUND Results of recent studies from high-volume academic centers suggest that coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) is becoming safer to perform in octogenarians. Similar data from community-based facilities do not exist. OBJECTIVE To assess the clinical and economic outcomes of nonemergency CABG in 338 octogenarians at 27 community-based(More)
BACKGROUND The need to implement robust biomarkers in clinical trials has never been greater, and such efforts can be easily compromised by reagent instability or simple human error during assay set-up. Many biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies are introducing efforts to conduct biomarker studies under more rigorous settings, and the use of plates or(More)
Surrogate readouts of G-protein-coupled receptor signaling pathways using highly engineered systems are often employed in the drug discovery process. However, accumulating data have demonstrated the importance of selecting relevant biological activity rather than technically facile assays to support high-throughout screening and subsequent(More)
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