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Herpes viruses hedge their bets
Static latency is the hallmark of all herpes viruses. The varicella zoster virus, for instance, causes varicella (chickenpox), and after a latent phase of between 5 and 40 years, it can give rise toExpand
Localization and measurement of microvascular and microcirculatory responses to venous pressure elevation in the rat.
The effect of increase in regional draining venous pressure on the response of mesoappendix microvasculature and microcirculation was studied by direct microscopic methods in vivo .
Some notes on the combinatorial properties of haplotype tagging.
Tagging haplotypes with a small number of genetic markers is becoming an increasingly interesting and important problem. Surprisingly little work has been done to characterize the mathematicalExpand
Colonial connections, 1815-45
1. Introduction I - Metropolitan concerns 2. Networking the Empire 3. Asserting metropolitan control: the Colonial Office 1815-36 II - Colonial struggles 4. The isolation of governors 5. Traffic: theExpand
BREAKING BRITANNIA'S BOUNDS? LAW, SETTLERS, AND SPACE IN BRITAIN'S IMPERIAL HISTORIOGRAPHY*
  • Z. Laidlaw
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
  • 3 August 2012
ABSTRACT Historians of the British empire recast their understanding of relations between the metropole and its peripheries in the late twentieth century, notably through the work of the ‘BritishExpand
Heathens, Slaves and Aborigines: Thomas Hodgkin's Critique of Missions and Anti-slavery
So wrote Dr Thomas Hodgkin in 1861, more than forty years into his campaign for the rights of indigenous peoples across the British Empire. Undoubtedly, Hodgkin’s disillusionment was justified. ByExpand
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