T. Berends

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Four plastid genes, psaA, psaB, psbD and psbC, were localized on the barley plastid genome. PsaA was adjacent to psaB in one transcription unit and psbD was adjacent to psbC in a second transcription unit. The transcription units containing psaA-psaB and psbD-psbC are separated by approximately 25 kbp on the barley plastid genome and are transcribed(More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this case report is to illustrate the application of the Anorexia Relapse Prevention Guidelines in nursing practice. DESIGN AND METHODS In a single case report, the implementation of the intervention was described. FINDINGS A purposive use of the Anorexia Relapse Prevention Guidelines provides insight into the actual process of(More)
BACKGROUND Relapse is common among recovered anorexia nervosa (AN) patients. Studies on relapse prevention with an average follow-up period of 18 months found relapse rates between 35 and 41 %. In leading guidelines there is general consensus that relapse prevention in patients treated for AN is a matter of essence. However, lack of methodological support(More)
About one third of breast cancer survivors suffer from persistent severe fatigue after completion of curative cancer treatment. Face-to-face cognitive behavioral therapy (F2F CBT), especially designed for fatigue in cancer survivors, was found effective in reducing fatigue. However, this intervention is intensive and treatment capacity is limited. To extend(More)
PURPOSE This study investigates self-injury from the perspective of patients with anorexia nervosa. DESIGN AND METHODS A phenomenological design was used. Twelve patients participated. Data were collected using a semi-structured interview guide. FINDINGS Participants display self-injurious behavior predominantly in situations when they are forced to(More)
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