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Electrophoretic analyses showed that no RNase-sensitive RNA smaller than the genome was specified by the flavivirus Kunjin in infected Vero cells during the period of maximum RNA and protein synthesis. In contrast, RNA extracted from Sinbis virus-infected cells under similar conditions included the expected 42S RNA (equivalent to the genome) and the smaller(More)
Delayed breast reconstruction with abdominal flaps typically involves a process of 'trial and error' when moulding the flap into a satisfactory breast mound. This moulding process is crucial to the final aesthetic result. We present a template technique to preoperatively plan the skin envelope of each reconstruction. Templates are quick and simple to(More)
A few people in the IR community will already have heard of the Muscat software. It was begun in the early 1980s by Martin Porter, as a generalised and self-contained piece of software for managing computedsed catalogues, and for creating Information Retrieval systems. It was written with library and museum catalogues very much in mind, although it was(More)
Polypeptide synthesis was examined in mosquito cells during the establishment of a persistent infection with two alphaviruses, Ross River virus (RRV) and Semliki Forest virus (SFV), and in vertebrate cells cytopathically-infected with the same viruses. InAedes albopictus cells, RRV reached peak titres at 34–48 hours p.i. At 12 hours 85 per cent of cells(More)
We present a case of a 74-year-old man who, while in intensive treatment unit for an upper gastrointestinal bleed, decompensated cardiac failure and concurrent pneumonia, was found to have a large right hydronephrotic pelvic kidney and bladder within the hernia. After discharge, he was medically optimised for 7 months before undergoing an elective open mesh(More)