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Immunogenic and tolerogenic cell death
The immune system is routinely exposed to dead cells during normal cell turnover, injury and infection. Mechanisms must exist to discriminate between different forms of cell death to correctlyExpand
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Betting on Hitler - the Value of Political Connections in Nazi Germany
This paper examines the value of connections between German industry and the Nazi movement in early 1933. Drawing on previously unused contemporary sources about management and supervisory boardExpand
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From Normalcy to New Deal: industrial structure, party competition, and American public policy in the Great Depression
Industrial partisan preference may be formally modeled as the joint consequence of pressures from labor and the differential impact of the world economy on particular businesses. This “basic†andExpand
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Smooth and Starburst Tidal Tails in the GEMS and GOODS Fields
GEMS and GOODS fields were examined to z ~ 1.4 for galaxy interactions and mergers. The basic morphologies are familiar: antennae with long tidal tails, tidal dwarfs, and merged cores; M51-typeExpand
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Taxanes for adjuvant treatment of early breast cancer.
BACKGROUND Adjuvant chemotherapy improves survival in pre- and post-menopausal women with early breast cancer. Taxanes are highly active chemotherapy agents in metastatic breast cancer. Their role inExpand
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Too Big to Bail: The "Paulson Put," Presidential Politics, and the Global Financial Meltdown
This paper analyzes how a world financial meltdown developed out of U.S. subprime mortgage markets. It outlines how deregulatory initiatives allowed Wall Street to build an entire line of new, riskyExpand
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Health Related Quality of Life in Adult Low and High-Grade Glioma Patients Using the National Institutes of Health Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) and Neuro-QOL
Health related quality of life (HRQOL) measures have become increasingly important in the management of glioma patients in both research and clinical practice settings. Functional impairment isExpand
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A Rapid Bedside Screen to Predict Unplanned Hospitalization and Death in Outpatients With Cirrhosis: A Prospective Evaluation of the Clinical Frailty Scale
OBJECTIVES:Screening tools to determine which outpatients with cirrhosis are at highest risk for unplanned hospitalization are lacking. Frailty is a novel prognostic factor but conventional screeningExpand
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Too Big to Bail: The "Paulson Put," Presidential Politics, and the Global Financial Meltdown
This paper is the second part of our study of the world financial crisis. Part I, "From Shadow Banking System to Shadow Bailout," appeared in the previous issue of this journal (Ferguson and JohnsonExpand
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Made in Germany: The German Currency Crisis of July, 1931
The Great Depression reached a turning point in the currency crises of 1931, and the German banking and currency crisis was a critical event whose causes are still debated. We demonstrate in thisExpand
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