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A community outbreak of Salmonella berta associated with a soft cheese product.
In September 1994, a complaint was registered at a public health unit concerning a cheese product. In addition, public health laboratories in Ontario reported an increase in the number of isolates ofExpand
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A Late Arenig (early Yapeenian) graptolite fauna and the coeval tectonic development of the Ballantrae Complex ophiolite, SW Scotland
Synopsis A Late Arenig graptolite fauna is known from one isolated occurrence within the Ballantrae Complex ophiolite; a borehole core taken near North Ballaird farm. Reassessment of that fauna showsExpand
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Responses of Endothelial Cells from Different Vessels to Inflammatory Cytokines and Shear Stress: Evidence for the Pliability of Endothelial Phenotype
Background/Aims: Local haemodynamic and stromal microenvironments may determine the phenotype of endothelial cells (EC) and regulate their inflammatory responses. Methods: We compared neutrophilExpand
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Delay of migrating leukocytes by the basement membrane deposited by endothelial cells in long-term culture
We investigated the migration of human leukocytes through endothelial cells (EC), and particularly their underlying basement membrane (BM). EC were cultured for 20days on 3μm-pore filters or collagenExpand
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The demise of the Iapetus Ocean as recorded in the rocks of southern Scotland
The late Neoproterozoic to early Palaeozic Iapetus Ocean attained its maximum size towards the end of the Cambrian Period, separating Laurentia from Baltica to the east and Avalonia to the south.Expand
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Devonian and Permian fossils from the Falkland Islands in the biostratigraphy collection of the British Geological Survey
A number of fossil specimens were collected in the Falkland Islands (South Atlantic Ocean) between 1998 and 2008 during geological fieldwork by the British Geological Survey (BGS) in support of theExpand
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Mrs Allardyce and the trilobite
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David Ferguson's mineral prospecting visit to the Falkland Islands, 1913-1914
From much of the recent press coverage of offshore hydrocarbons exploration around the Falkland Islands, it might appear that the serious examination of the archipelago’s potential mineralExpand
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The Roles of Integrins in Function of Human Neutrophils after Their Migration through Endothelium into Interstitial Matrix
We investigated the changes in neutrophil phenotype and function after transendothelial migration, and the roles played by integrin receptors in their behaviour. Neutrophils were trackedExpand
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Technological Support for Group Work: The Merits and Limitations of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
There is a strong trend in American business towards the use of teams and groups. New products are being introduced to support this emerging work style. A new field of study, commonly known asExpand
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