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A recombinant live attenuated influenza virus DeltaH5N1 vaccine with a modified hemagglutinin (HA) and intact neuraminidase genes from A/Vietnam/1203/04 (H5N1) and six remaining genome segments from A/Ann Arbor/6/60 (H2N2) cold-adapted (AA ca) virus was previously shown to be attenuated in chickens, mice and ferrets. Evaluation of the recombinant H5N1(More)
Research suggests that online peer review can provide critical help to learners who would otherwise not be given individualized feedback on their work. However, little is known about how different characteristics of review systems impact <i>reviewers</i>. This extended abstract presents preliminary results from an online experiment examining how explicit(More)
  • Pratik K Pesivadia, Hinal Bhagat, Mahesh Vadel, Purvi D Desai
  • 2015
Congenital absence of the gallbladder is rare among billiary abnormalities, and its preoperative diagnosis has been considered very difficult. Many of these patients develop a typical symptomatology that leads them to Operation Theater. If an operative procedure is done, it is better to remain at the level of laparoscopy because further surgical(More)
Widely spread data over the World Wide Web is becoming an important resource that can be used in a variety of applications. In this paper, we propose an event notification and intelligent inference system based on information gathered from the profiles of registered users over the Web. Our model uses parallel workers to fetch and incrementally update the(More)
As of 2016 the HIV/AIDS epidemics is still a key public health problem. Recent reports showed that alarmingly high numbers of people in vulnerable populations are not reached by preventative efforts. Despite technology improvement, we are not yet able to identify populations that are most susceptible to HIV infections. In order to enable evidencebased(More)