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This study demonstrates the stable expression of a functional ionotropic glutamate receptor in a mammalian cell line of non-neuronal origin. The kainate-selective glutamate receptor GluR6 was constitutively expressed under the control of a metallothionein promoter. Clones were isolated expressing approximately 3 pmol of receptor per mg of protein.(More)
cDNAs encoding glutamate receptor glu1, glu2 (Q and R) or glu4 under control of a constitutively active metallothionine promoter, were transfected into baby hamster kidney cells. Following the addition of selection agent, transfectants expressing high levels of glutamate receptor as measured by [3H]alpha-amino-3-hydroxyl-5-methyl-isoxalazole-4-propionate(More)
The effects of low level laser treatment in soldiers with achilles tendinitis were studied in a prospective, randomized and double blind trial. Eighty-nine soldiers were enrolled in the study. Forty-six were randomized to treatment with active laser and 43 to treatment with placebo laser. No statistically significant differences in the number of(More)
The purpose of the study was to assess the incidence and relative risk of hepatitis A and B and tuberculosis among Danish merchant seamen. We also assessed the occurrence of malaria. The study was based on record linkage of a research database containing data on 24,132 Danish male seamen and the Registry for Notifiable Infectious Diseases in Denmark,(More)
The increasing pervasiveness of Internet connected devices and services is altering the perception and practice of public spaces through the provisioning of location-specific digital information. Location-aware technologies allow people to access, annotate, address and attach information to locations, which transforms the space for other people who use the(More)
In recent years, social media has offered new opportunities for interaction and distribution of public health information within and across organisations. In this paper, we analysed data from Facebook walls of 153 public organisations using unsupervised machine learning techniques to understand the characteristics of user engagement and post performance.(More)
Older studies have suggested that antibiotic treatment for less than 21 days in children with osteoarticular infections is associated with relapse, and therefore traditionally these infections have been treated for six weeks with an intravenous phase of one week. However, four new prospective studies suggest that if the duration of treatment is(More)
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