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Swimming upstream: the provision of inclusive care to older lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults in residential and nursing environments in Wales
This paper examines the ways in which older people's residential and nursing homes can constitute heteronormative environments – social spaces in which the same-sex attractions and desires ofExpand
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‘Everyday Advocates’ for Inclusive Care? Perspectives on Enhancing the Provision of Long-Term Care Services for Older Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults in Wales
This paper centres on a neglected area of social work with older people-the social inclusion of older lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults in long-term care environments. The translation ofExpand
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Lipid directed assembly of the HIV capsid protein.
Experimental evidence for in vivo capsid assembly suggests that capsid formation initiates from interactions between capsid (CA) proteins and lipids in the viral envelope. Various in vitro studiesExpand
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In vitro assembly of a viral envelope.
Viruses such as influenza and Ebola are enveloped in lipid bilayers annexed from host cells and containing glycoproteins essential for the infection process. At the molecular level little is knownExpand
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Informe Anual Sobre Derechos Humanos en Chile 2010
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Brokering Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Chilean Lawyers and Public Interest Litigation Strategies
Rights gains for members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) populations in Chile have been highly contentious since democratisation, indicative of the stigmatisation directedExpand
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ID Cards as Access: Negotiating Transgender (and Intersex) Bodies into the Chilean Legal System
Mariana’s narrative presents just one example of the complexities of going about daily life as a transgender or intersex person in Chile contemporary. In a society where identity (ID) cards areExpand
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Lawyers, legal mobilisation and LGBTI populations: explorations in Chile
This thesis explores the role of human rights and reformist lawyers in incipient legal mobilisation strategies, as members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities seekExpand
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