Ken Livingstone

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More than 67,000 expressed sequence tags (ESTs) have recently been generated for sunflower (Helianthus), including 44,000 from cultivated confectionery (RHA280) and oilseed (RHA801) lines of Helianthus annuus and 23,000 from drought- and salt-tolerant wild sunflowers, H. argophyllus and H. paradoxus, respectively. To create a transcript map for sunflower,(More)
We outline the compelling physics case for e+A collisions at an Electron Ion Collider (EIC). With its wide range in energy, nuclear beams, high luminosity and clean collider environment, the EIC offers an unprecedented opportunity for discovery and for the precision study of a novel universal regime of strong gluon fields in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD).(More)
This paper addresses key issues in the implementation of a managed response to crime. Based on a major study of resource allocation decision-making procedures in the British Police Service, it focuses on the `̀ crime desk'', both as an aid to management and as an operational centre for new forms of investigation. While the authors found a clear indication(More)
The role of the T cell receptor (TCR) in the genetic control of susceptibility to autoimmune demyelinating diseases remains shrouded in controversy. We have used the CXD2 series of recombinant inbred lines (RIL) and a (B10.S/DvTe x SJL/J) x B10.S/DvTe backcross (BC1) population to test for linkage between susceptibility to actively-induced EAE and the(More)
Experimental allergic orchitis (EAO) can be induced actively and passively in mice by either immunization with mouse testicular homogenate (MTH) in conjunction with the appropriate adjuvants or by transferring CD4+ T cells isolated from sensitized donors into non-immunized, naive recipients. The distribution of inflammatory lesions seen in active and(More)
Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus (TMEV)-induced demyelination and experimental allergic encephalomyelitis are the principal immunologically mediated, genetically controlled models of multiple sclerosis. Previous studies using different mapping techniques identified susceptibility loci for both diseases on chromosomes 3, 6, and 17. To more precisely(More)
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