William H. Olds

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BMS-986001 is a novel HIV nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI). To date, little is known about its resistance profile. In order to examine the cross-resistance profile of BMS-986001 to NRTI mutations, a replicating virus system was used to examine specific amino acid mutations known to confer resistance to various NRTIs. In addition, reverse(More)
Eighteen patients with isolated vaginal recurrence of their previously treated endometrial carcinoma were treated with radiation therapy at North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem between 1971 and 1982. Most patients received external beam irradiation which were followed by boost treatments that were delivered with external beam (two patients) or(More)
Genetically encoded phosphoserine incorporation programmed by the UAG codon was achieved by addition of engineered elongation factor and an archaeal aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase to the normal Escherichia coli translation machinery (Park et al., 2011) Science 333, 1151). However, protein yield suffers from expression of the orthogonal phosphoserine translation(More)
Regulation of food intake is fundamental to energy homeostasis in animals. The contribution of non-nutritive and metabolic signals in regulating feeding is unclear. Here we show that enteric neurons play a major role in regulating feeding through specialized mechanosensory ion channels in Drosophila. Modulating activities of a specific subset of enteric(More)
From 1971 to 1982, 29 patients with endometrial carcinoma involving the cervix were treated in the Radiation Therapy Department of North Carolina Baptist Hospital. Twenty-six patients completed combined surgery and adjuvant radiation therapy. The majority of these patients were treated postoperatively. Excluding four patients who died of intercurrent(More)
Acid mine drainage (AMD) impacted waters are a worldwide concern for the mining industry and countries dealing with this issue; both active and passive technologies are employed for the treatment of such waters. Mussel shell bioreactors (MSB) represent a passive technology that utilizes waste from the shellfish industry as a novel substrate. The aim of this(More)
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