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We investigated the social validity of a common intervention (i. e., serving food during a social hour) that has been reported to facilitate social interaction among nursing home residents. Using a group reversal design, rates of…

… an increase of more than an order of magnitude in the steady-state level of c-jun mRNA. These data indicate that although induction of c-jun may be a common response to ionizing radiation and H{sub 2 }O{sub 2 }, this response was reduced or absent in some cell types…

We investigated the role of 5 ′ untranslated leader sequences of simian immunodeficiency virus (SIVmac 239) in RNA encapsidation and protein expression. A series of progressively longer deletion mutants was constructed with a common endpoint…

… not in the 1994 – 1995 interval. The observed selective effects were significantly dependent on the cohort and the site considered. A bibliographic survey suggests that such variability is a common feature of studies analyzing…

… involved in regulating these rhythms, namely the brain, in particular the optic lobes, and the meso- and metathoracic ganglia. We thus conclude that different time-scale rhythms may be regulated by a common setting element, a role potentially played by the per gene…

… the two clouds simultaneously by chirping the frequency of a common Raman laser, which leads to an appreciable phase shift. When applied to an experiment measuring the Newtonian gravitational constant G, the effect contributes to a…

… simplified method of population analysis. hGISA strains were found in 13 (27 %) of the 48 patients studied. Eleven of the 13 strains shared a common multiresistant phenotype with homogeneous methicillin resistance and gentamicin resistance,…

… fingerprinting method and grouped into either a single or a common biochemical phenotype (S-BPT and C-BPT, respectively). These strains were also tested for their phylogenetic groups and 12 virulence genes associated with intestinal and…

… epithelial cells was analyzed. S fimbriae are a common feature of E. coli strains causing sepsis and meningitis in newborns and are bound to epithelia via sialyl-(a- 2 – 3) galactoside structures. Human milk fat globules (HMFG) could be…

… acids with a common origin and function. Multivariate factor analysis would therefore be a valuable tool for studying the influence of different production environments and individual animal factors on milk fatty acid composition, and for developing nu- tritional strategies able to manipulate the milk fatty acid profile according to consumer demand…

… with cyanotic syncopes (p = 0. 036) or those without loss of consciousness (p = 0. 031). We conclude that the obstructed breathing during both wakefulness and sleep could be related to a common immature breathing control. SCOPUS: ar. jinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishe…

… tubular microreactor. The catalytic conversion and apparent reaction kinetics were analyzed across a range of metal loadings, reactant flow rates, feed concentrations, and reactor temperatures. The catalyst’s deactivation in the presence of a

… that, although hyperaccumulation of Al is a common trait in the Vochysiaceae family, the processes of storage and detoxification in leaf tissues differ among the species. Two of the three hyperaccumulator species use chloroplasts as a sink for…

… rotated but only when the rotation involved an exchange of the front and back of the object. Our results suggest that orientation specificity is a common property of both the visual and haptic systems. Furthermore, the view of the object…

… may have been underestimated. Viral gastroenteritis is a common illness in humans, with high morbidity reported worldwide and substan-tial mortality reported in developing countries. In re…

… populations cultivated in a common garden. Phenotypic divergence between ecologically separated populations could be the result of local adaptation…

… residents. Identification of genetically close HCV variants among all known groups of relatives suggests a common intra-familial HCV transmission in the communities. Applying Bayesian coalescent analysis to the NS 5 b sequences, the most…

… confirmed or potential molecular deletions extending from D 13 S 328 to D 13 S 153. Although a possible common centromeric deletion breakpoint could exist for three of the patients and a common telomeric deletion breakpoint for two, the…

… intragenic marker D 13 S 232. Flanking markers were studied to delineate a common ancestral haplotype, the size of which was used to compute the date of the founding mutation. We found evidence that the mutation occurred between 60 and 200 generations ago, therefore possibly predating the commonly accepted date of migration of the Gypsy ancestors out of India…

… states those were updated in real-time by those partial measurements and classical feedforward operations where the partial measurements were made by homodyne detections with a common fixed phase. It was shown that the minimum bit error rate…

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