The question.

  title={The question.},
  author={Eleanor Hale},
  volume={30 9},
  • E. Hale
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • Nursing

Polygonum multiflorum-Induced Liver Injury: Clinical Characteristics, Risk Factors, Material Basis, Action Mechanism and Current Challenges

This study was aimed at reviewing the status of research on liver injury due to PM, including clinical characteristics, risk factors, material basis research and mechanism of action, with a view to understanding PM-induced hepatotoxicity, and taking reasonable and effective measures to prevent it.

Caspase activities and tumor necrosis factor receptor R1 (p55) level are elevated in the substantia nigra from Parkinsonian brain

The present data suggest the presence of a proapoptotic environment in the substantia nigra of parkinsonian brain, probably inducing vulnerability of neurons and glias towards a variety of noxious factors.

Process of adaptation of first-year students to study at university as pedagogical phenomenon: structure and characteristics

The article is devoted to the study and analysis of the process of adaptation of first-year students to studying at a university as a pedagogical phenomenon. In the process of developing the

Recent observed and simulated changes in precipitation over Africa

Multiple observational data sets and atmosphere‐only simulations from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 are analyzed to characterize recent rainfall variability and trends over Africa

An integrative review of dual- and single-process accounts of evaluative conditioning

The co-occurrence of a person, object or concept and a valent stimulus can change how a person evaluates the person, object or concept. Such effects of stimulus pairings on attitudes have been

Keyword-based Study of Thematic Vocabulary in British Weather News

The survey centers on the examination of keywords and related themes representing weather in four daily British newspapers (The Times, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Sun) between 2014 and 2017.

Acts of Faith: The Postmigrant Theatre of David Yee

Abstract:This essay argues that the dramatic oeuvre of mixed-race Asian Canadian playwright David Yee, which it surveys and classifies for the first time, constitutes a Canadian version of what


ABSTRACT We present accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon (AMS 14C) dating results of the “Jochi Khan Mausoleum”—the proposed burial place of the oldest son of Gengghis Khan in Ulytau,

Mainstreaming Anti-colonial Discourse on Palestine: Mohammed El-Kurd’s Discursive Interventions

Palestinian activists have long maintained that the hegemonic discourse used to describe their predicament is unhelpful for understanding the nature of the so-called “conflict” in their country. They

Changing, Annulling and Otherwising the Past

Despite a growing number of models argument for the logical possibility of changing the past there continues to be resistance to and confusion surrounding the possibility of changing the past. In



Zika virus infections in Nigeria: virological and seroepidemiological investigations in Oyo State

A study of Zika virus infections was carried out in four communities in Oyo State, Nigeria, and revealed a high prevalence of antibodies to Zika and three other flaviviruses used.

[Congenital anomalies].

Epidemiology of the Guillain-Barré syndrome

This review summarizes recent observations on clinical variants of Guillain-Barré syndrome and their relationship with the prevailing clinical presentation of the disease.

Comparison of Flavivirus Universal Primer Pairs and Development of a Rapid, Highly Sensitive Heminested Reverse Transcription-PCR Assay for Detection of Flaviviruses Targeted to a Conserved Region of the NS5 Gene Sequences

It was confirmed that the sequenced amplified products in the NS5 region allowed predictability of flavivirus species by dendrogram, including the New York 99 West Nile strain.

Zika virus. II. Pathogenicity and physical properties.

  • G. Dick
  • Biology, Medicine
    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • 1952

Zika virus, a cause of fever in Central Java, Indonesia.