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The growth-associated protein 43 (GAP-43) is known as a marker of regenerating nerve fibers and their continuous remodeling in the adult human skin. The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate a possible role for GAP-43 in the detection of the early stages of small-fiber neuropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM2) as compared with a(More)
This article describes a simulation game called “Do not fear business”, which aims to increase the financial literacy of students at secondary schools and universities. The aim is to learn the terminology of economic and financial principles in business, financial instruments, marketing analysis, market segmentation and the identification of(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) has previously been used as a biomarker of myelopathy in patients with degenerative cervical cord compression (DCCC). However, many factors may affect the diffusion properties of the spinal cord. This prospective study seeks to identify sources of variability in spinal cord DTI parameters in both DCCC(More)
This paper describes the development and possibilities of an application for simulation of car driving in real traffic. The final application could be used for teaching and training of individual traffic situations that may be encountered in real traffic. Our aim is to design a suitable physical model of car behaviour so that the user can concentrate on the(More)
This article deals with automated analysis of electronic commerce. It debates a tool for analysis of the competitive environment and its use in the area of e-learning. The tool is supposed to help students of both technical and economic disciplines to understand the issue of sales on the internet, to analyse the competitive environment, to respect(More)
The goal of this article is to describe the application possibilities for automatic testing and simulation of electrical circuits. The article describes the basic properties and experiences in the field of testing of electrical circuits with the possibility of automatic testing, from the functional as well as testing point of view. Part of this article(More)
The aim of the study was to analyse the risk of symptomatic myelopathy after minor trauma in patients with asymptomatic spondylotic cervical spinal cord encroachment (ASCCE). In a cohort of 199 patients with ASCCE, previously followed prospectively in a study investigating progression into symptomatic myelopathy, the authors looked retrospectively for(More)
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