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By 2050, it is estimated that the Earth's population will top 9 billion. This growing population will undeniably stress our food systems, natural resources, and ecosystems. But consider this: Currently, we waste up to 40% of our food globally. In the United States, this equals roughly 400 pounds annually for every American. Meanwhile, one in seven Americans(More)
  • Jose Oyola Cabello, Kevin Albers, +4 authors José R. Oyola Cabello
  • 2015
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The potential exposure to ribavirin aerosol in the environment was assessed in nurses caring for infants and children with severe lower respiratory tract infections due to respiratory syncytial virus. Ribavirin aerosol was administered via a ventilator, oxygen tent, or oxygen hood. Participants worked directly with infants receiving ribavirin for 20.0 to(More)
Electronic medical records (EMR) play a critical role in modern healthcare infrastructure, serving as the fundamental source of patient medical data. These medical records can function variously as a comprehensive record of past visits, a tool to aid physicians' diagnoses, a system to manage operational details during a patient visit, and an effective and(More)
By using 2 monoclonal antibodies, we developed a solid-phase 2-site immunoradiometric assay for measuring human IgG4. The measuring range (0.05-20 micrograms/ml) covered more than 2 orders of magnitude. The sensitivity level should make this assay especially useful when IgG4 concentrations are too low to be detected by conventional methods.
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