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    • Fluid Shifts, Blood - Exposure to Weightlessness 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Description of the way fluid (blood) in the body shifts during weightlessness.
    • Fluid Shifts, Blood - Reexposure to 1 g 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Description of the way fluid (blood) in the body shifts during the return to standard gravity (1 g) after weightlessness.
    • Fluid Shifts, Tissue 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Description of the way fluids in the human body's tissues are affected by weightlessness.
    • Fully informed consent: Can public trust be restored and harms avoided? 

      Toni J. D'Agostino (2007-07-27)
      Currently, research with human subjects is going through a period of tremendous upheavals. In many cases these upheavals have created a variety of unmet expectations and have given rise to the perception that trust in the ...
    • Fumigators on Truck 

      Boyd, Mark F. (2012-01-24)
    • The function of the hepatitis C virus p7 protein 

      Ann L Wozniak (2010-08-26)
      The Hepatitis C Virus is the most common cause of chronic liver disease. Current therapy is only partially effective and fraught with side effects. A greater understanding of viral replication and new virus particle ...
    • Functional genomic analysis of PPAR-gamma in human colorectal cancer cells 

      Craig Randall Bush (2006-12-14)
      The gamma isoform of peroxisome-proliferator activated receptor (PPAR-gamma) is a member of the super family of nuclear hormone receptors and shows much promise as a chemopreventative and therapeutic target for colorectal ...
    • G-suit 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1983)
      Photograph of Dr. Thornton conducting research during the STS-8 mission. This photograph shows Dr. Thornton wearing a G-suit.
    • The Galveston Medical Journal, 1869 

      Dowell, Greensville S. (2012-02-08)
      Injury of the Corda-Spinalis, by Greensville Dowell, M.D. (p.164-168)
    • Galveston's Medical Center 

      Unknown author (University of Texas Medical Branch - Moody Medical Library / Blocker History of Medicine Collection, 2011-01-11)
    • Garbage Wagon 

      Boyd, Mark F. (2012-01-24)
    • Gastrin-releasing peptide-mediated neuroblastoma growth: A role for the PI3K/Akt pathway 

      Titilope Adenike Ishola (2008-12-18)
      Neuroblastoma is the most common extracranial solid tumor in infants and children. Our lab and others have shown trophic actions of gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP), and its analogue bombesin (BBS), in neuroblastomas. Our ...
    • Gene expression microarray analysis of small, purified cell subsets 

      Peter Szaniszlo (2007-04-23)
      Gene expression microarray technology is potentially capable of examining all of the cellular processes at the mRNA level at a given moment. One major challenge in its applicability is that most biological samples are cell ...
    • General physical preparedness of emergency and essential personnel 

      Michael B. Watto (2010-07-12)
      Emergency and disaster preparedness plans are an essential requirement for most organizations today due to the frequency and complexity of incidents such as disease outbreaks, natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, ...
    • A general scaffold for the synthesis of cysiherbaine and its analogues 

      Chang Won Kang (2008-12-03)
      Dysiherbaine 1 and a select number of structurally related compounds have been shown to have selective effects on ionotropic glutamate receptors (iGluRs). iGluRs are essential components in the central nervous system (CNS); ...
    • Genetic Determinants of Junin Virus Attenuation 

      Seregin, Alexey V
      The New World arenavirus Junin (JUNV) is the causative agent of the Argentine hemorrhagic fever (AHF), a deadly disease endemic to central regions of Argentina. The live-attenuated Candid #1 strain of JUNV is currently ...
    • Genetic determinants of NEIL2 transcription 

      Carla Jean Kinslow (2008-03-20)
      The human genome is constantly damaged by reactive oxygen species (ROS) which produce a multitude of oxidative DNA lesions that can lead to mutations, genomic instability, and ultimately, to the development of cancer and ...
    • Genetic diversity and taxonomical relationships among the tacaribe serocomplex viruses (family arenaviridae) 

      Maria Natividad Bulong Cajimat (2007-05-30)
      The three objectives of this dissertation were to 1) examine the natural host relationships and origins of the North American Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (family Arenaviridae), 2) extend our knowledge of the genetic ...
    • Giving voice to the vulnerable: Advocacy and oncology nursing 

      Pamela J Haylock (2008-07-24)
      Despite common use of the term, there is no consensus among nursing professionals on a definition of advocacy, how to teach it, measure it, and determine its effectiveness. The purpose of this grounded theory study was to ...
    • Global Health, Social Justice, and Corporate Accountability 

      Horton, Randall
      Chapter one of the dissertation contrasts libertarian theories to the theories of John Rawls and the human development approach favored by Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen. Libertarian theorists such as Robert Nozick, Murray ...