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An avian H5N1 influenza A virus (A/Hong Kong/156/97) was isolated from a tracheal aspirate obtained from a 3-year-old child in Hong Kong with a fatal illness consistent with influenza. Serologic… (More)
OBJECTIVES:To establish whether choice and availability of takeaway and restaurant food consumption are associated with increased obesity.DESIGN:Crossroads Undiagnosed Disease Study: a… (More)
Concerns about foodborne salmonellosis have led many countries to introduce microbiological criteria for certain food products. If such criteria are not well-grounded in science, they could be an… (More)
Thin (11.4 nm) gate quality silicon dioxide films were subjected to high‐temperature (850–1150 °C) rapid thermal nitridation cycles in ultrapure ammonia. Secondary‐ion mass spectroscopy and neutron… (More)
This study, based on the analysis of growth and reproductive records of 6158 young red deer hinds, tested the hypothesis that the nutritional environment in early life influences the permissive body… (More)
Modal properties of single mode lithographic VCSELs are studied for use in densely packed 2-D arrays for improved spectral control, improved beam quality, and high pulse power.
A lithographic VCSEL approach is used in GaAs-based VCSELs to eliminate the oxide aperture. Record low voltage drive and differential resistance are demonstrated.
An apparatus is described that allows for the filter paper culture of third-stage hookworm larvae, suitable for biochemical studies. The method used consumes less time and space than conventional… (More)
S OF PAPERS 201 four were analyzed for body composition. The analyses of gases were determined from d 19-21. The broilers were fed from d 14-21 three different grower diets containing 3000, 3100, and… (More)
Single mode lithographic VCSELs are shown to be capable of unprecedented dense packing into arrays for high pulse power to improve spectral control and beam quality.