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Specialized cutaneous Schwann cells initiate pain sensation | Science
You are currently viewing the abstract. View Full Text Log in to view the full text AAAS login provides access to Science for AAAS members, and access to other…
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5 days ago by asaltydog
Fexofenadine in higher doses in chronic spontaneous urticaria
Indian Dermatology Online Journal Wolters Kluwer -- Medknow Publications Kiran V. Godse, Nitin J. Nadkarni, [...], and Sunil Ghate Additional article…
publishing  medicine  health  pharmacology  skincare  dermatology  antihistamines  antipruritics  journal  research 
24 days ago by asaltydog
The SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a digital library portal for researchers in astronomy and physics, operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant.

The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 13 million records covering publications in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and the arXiv e-prints. Abstracts and full-text of major astronomy and physics publications are indexed and searchable through the new ADS modern search form as well as a classic search form. A browsable paper form is also available.
publishing  education  astronomy  physics  library  bibliography  database  journal  history  smithsonian  research  institute  university  harvard  america 
5 weeks ago by asaltydog
Olivia Laing: 'There's no book I love more than Derek Jarman’s Modern Nature' | Books | The Guardian
Wild, honest, riotous, the film-maker’s diary showed me what it meant to be an artist, to be political – and how to plant a garden.
books  review  diary  journal  history  guardian  dungeness  romney  kent 
7 weeks ago by asaltydog
Lost at Sea: Where Is All the Plastic? | Science
Millions of metric tons of plastic are produced annually. Countless large items of plastic debris are accumulating in marine habitats worldwide and may persist for centuries.

Here we show that microscopic plastic fragments and fibers are also widespread in the oceans and have accumulated in the pelagic zone and sedimentary habitats. The fragments appear to have resulted from degradation of larger items. Plastics of this size are ingested by marine organisms, but the environmental consequences of this contamination are still unknown.
publishing  oceanography  marine  coastal  biology  pollution  environment  biodegradable  plastics  journal  research 
8 weeks ago by asaltydog
‘Her Painting of Apricots’: The Invisibility of Mary Beale (1633–1699) | Forum for Modern Language Studies | Oxford Academic
Abstract In 1663 Mary Beale recorded her thoughts on how to paint apricots. Beale's statement, Observations by MB , is the first known text in English about the…
publishing  books  antique  art  painting  portraits  women  society  history  journal  research  university  oxford  abstract 
8 weeks ago by asaltydog
Half a billion hoverflies migrate to the United Kingdom each year. The benefits to farmers are huge | Science | AAAS
The marmalade hoverfly, Episyrphus balteatus , pollinates many kinds of plants. Konrad Wothe/Minden Pictures Each year, hundreds of millions of hoverflies cross…
magazine  publishing  science  articles  wildlife  biology  control  entomology  diptera  hoverflies  migration  demography  population  statistics  journal  research 
9 weeks ago by asaltydog
Confidant Hardcover Notebook • Baron Fig
Colour: Blue Slate | The Confidant hardcover notebook comes in Blank, Ruled, or Dot Grid.
stationery  books  writing  drawing  sketchbook  notebook  journal  diary 
10 weeks ago by asaltydog
nanoparticles in brain cancer treatment
[PDF] Surface Modified Solid Lipid Nanoparticles for Brain Cancer Treatment V Soni - Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics (AJP): Free full text…
publishing  medicine  health  radiology  biology  anatomy  physiology  ultrasound  radiotherapy  oncology  journal  research 
11 weeks ago by asaltydog
The edge of space: Revisiting the Karman Line - ScienceDirect
Highlights • Historically, the lowest satellite orbits have had perigees as low as 80-90 km. • The Karman Line as originally defined lies between 70 and 90 km,…
publishing  astronomy  astrodynamics  physics  atmospheric  planetary  science  satellite  engineering  journal  research 
12 weeks ago by asaltydog
Four types of dysfunctional manager | Training Journal
Problem managers are indeed a problem, and this is hard to rectify, Jim McLaughlin says.
publishing  magazine  articles  communication  technology  management  training  journal  research 
may 2019 by asaltydog
Geology of the Classical Karst Region (SW Slovenia–NE Italy): Journal of Maps: Vol 12, No sup1
Abstract: The paper aims to present the geology of the western part of the Classical Karst (NW Dinarides), located at the border between Slovenia and Italy. The work is based on archive, published and new data collected by Slovenian and Italian researchers within several scientific national and Cross Border Cooperation projects. The map, produced at a scale of 1:50,000, summarizes the lithological and structural setting and is supplemented by three geological cross-sections of the study area.
publishing  archaeology  geology  limestone  river  caves  history  journal  maps  research  abstract  trieste  friuli-venezia  giulia  italy 
may 2019 by asaltydog
Aileen Fyfe - University of St Andrews
Aileen Fyfe, FHEA, FRHistS School of History - Professor of Modern History Postal address: School of History Modern History St Katharine's Lodge, The Scores St…
education  humanities  modern  history  journal  research  university  st.andrews  fife  scotland 
april 2019 by asaltydog
Sci-Hub: removing barriers in the way of science
Sci-Hub – the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers A research paper is a special…
hacking  internet  publishing  education  library  opensource  science  journal  university  research 
april 2019 by asaltydog
Prof Matthew Cobb BA, Habilitation, PhD | The University of Manchester
Prof Matthew Cobb BA, Habilitation, PhD | The University of Manchester Home Research Research Explorer Researchers Prof Matthew Cobb BA, Habilitation, PhD Home…
education  science  biology  zoology  journal  research  university  manchester 
april 2019 by asaltydog
Dr Estelle Paranque - New College of the Humanities
Dr Paranque is a Lecturer in Early Modern History. She joined NCH in September 2017 having previously taught at King's College London, University...
education  humanities  literature  language  english  french  medieval  early  modern  history  culture  journal  research  university  college  bloomsbury  camden  london 
april 2019 by asaltydog
What is a toile? | The Maker's Atelier
So what is a toile? The word toile can refer to a garment or a fabric, and they are interlinked.
magazine  clothes  fashion  design  dressmaking  textiles  patterns  journal  articles 
april 2019 by asaltydog
Psychodynamics of a Transvestite | American Journal of Psychotherapy
Sign in via OpenAthens; This is the unusual ease of a man suffering from polymorphous perversions with a marked tendency to transvestite fantasies... by E.L. Edelstein.
publishing  medicine  psychiatry  psychology  psychotherapy  politics  philosophy  ideology  journal  research 
march 2019 by asaltydog
Professor Ronald Hutton - University of Bristol
A leading authority on history of the British Isles in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, on ancient and medieval paganism and magic, and on the global context of witchcraft beliefs. Also the leading historian of the ritual year in Britain and of modern paganism.
education  humanities  religion  society  paganism  british  early  modern  medieval  history  journal  research  university  bristol 
february 2019 by asaltydog
Linking plasma formation in grapes to microwave resonances of aqueous dimers | PNAS
A dielectric resonator is a piece of dielectric (nonconductive) material, usually ceramic, that is designed to function as a resonator for radio waves, generally in the microwave and millimeter wave bands.

In a popular parlor trick, plasma is created by irradiating grape hemispheres in a household microwave oven. This work ties the source of the plasma to microwave photonic hotspots at the junction of aqueous dielectric spherical dimers.
publishing  science  physics  photonics  microwave  dielectric  resonance  journal  research 
february 2019 by asaltydog
Patterns of genetic differentiation and the footprints of historical migrations in the Iberian Peninsula | Nature Communications
The Iberian Peninsula is linguistically diverse and has a complex demographic history, including a centuries-long period of Muslim rule. Here, we study the fine-scale genetic structure of its population, and the genetic impacts of historical events, leveraging powerful, haplotype-based statistical methods to analyse 1413 individuals from across Spain.
magazine  publishing  science  articles  biology  genetics  religion  demography  maps  history  journal  research  population  statistics  spain  migration 
february 2019 by asaltydog
Fig. 1: | Nature Communications
Patterns of genetic differentiation and the footprints of historical migrations in the Iberian Peninsula
magazine  publishing  science  articles  biology  genetics  demography  maps  history  spain  journal  research  population  migration 
february 2019 by asaltydog
The future of quantum biology | Journal of The Royal Society Interface
Developments in observational techniques have allowed us to study biological dynamics on increasingly small scales. Such studies have revealed evidence of quantum mechanical effects, which cannot be accounted for by classical physics, in a range of biological processes. Quantum biology is the study of such processes, and here we provide an outline of the current state of the field, as well as insights into future directions.
royal  society  publishing  science  physics  quantum  mechanics  theoretical  chemistry  biology  journal  research 
february 2019 by asaltydog
The Will Rogers Phenomenon — Stage Migration and New Diagnostic Techniques as a Source of Misleading Statistics for Survival in Cancer | NEJM
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — The Will Rogers Phenomenon — Stage Migration and New Diagnostic Techniques as a Source of Misleading Statistics for Survival in Cancer.
publishing  articles  medicine  health  epidemiology  misleading  statistics  pathology  disease  journal  research  analysis  migration 
january 2019 by asaltydog
Waist Circumference and All-Cause Mortality in a Large US Cohort. | Cancer Screening, Prevention, Control | JAMA Internal Medicine | JAMA Network
Large waists from the trial 'America' –

47 inches (120cm) or more for men
42 inches (110cm) or more in women

Waist circumference was measured and reported by the participants, which may have introduced some error. Also, as this is an observational study, the link between WC and mortality might be overestimated...

NHS – false statistics

94cm (37ins) or more for men
80cm (31.5ins) or more for women

102cm (40ins) or more for men
88cm (34ins) or more for women
publishing  medicine  health  nhs  nutrition  weight  exercise  guide  calculator  mathematics  probability  misleading  statistics  journal  research  analysis 
january 2019 by asaltydog
James Watson's most inconvenient truth: race realism and the moralistic fallacy. - PubMed - NCBI
Abstract Recent editorials in this journal have defended the right of eminent biologist James Watson to raise the unpopular hypothesis that people of…
government  publishing  medicine  politics  society  biology  genetics  ideology  intelligence  journal  research  abstract 
january 2019 by asaltydog
The trial of Peter Boghossian | Coffee House
When James Lindsay, Peter Boghossian and I spent a year writing nonsense academic papers on topics such as ‘dog-park rape culture’ and ‘fat bodybuilding’ and… critical thinking, justified beliefs.
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january 2019 by asaltydog
Comparing Ancient DNA Preservation in Petrous Bone and Tooth Cementum
Large-scale genomic analyses of ancient human populations have become feasible partly due to refined sampling methods. The inner part of petrous bones and the cementum layer in teeth roots are currently recognized as the best substrates for such research.
publishing  forensic  medicine  anatomy  osteology  orthodontics  biology  genetics  bone  proteins  journal  research  articles 
december 2018 by asaltydog
Wiener Library
The Wiener Library is one of the world's leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era. Formed in 1933, the Library's unique collection of over one million items includes published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs and eyewitness testimony.
library  archive  books  film  photography  journal  politics  fascism  military  social  history  germany  europe  research  collections 
december 2018 by asaltydog
Politics, Religion & Ideology
For nearly two decades, Politics, Religion & Ideology has provided the leading international forum for the scholarly exploration of the politics of illiberal ideologies, both religious and secular. The journal is multi-disciplinary, cutting-edge and truly international in scope, having to date received submissions from authors located in over 30 different countries.
publishing  politics  religion  ideology  history  journal  research 
november 2018 by asaltydog
Migration Studies | Oxford Academic
Migration Studies is an international refereed journal dedicated to advancing scholarly understanding of the determinants, processes and outcomes of human migration in all its manifestations …
publishing  magazine  government  politics  society  demography  migration  population  statistics  journal  research  university  oxford 
november 2018 by asaltydog
CORE (COnnecting REpositories) is a service provided by the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi), based at The Open University, United Kingdom. The goal of the project is to aggregate all open access content distributed across different systems, such as repositories and open access journals, enrich this content using text mining and data mining, and provide free access to it through a set of services.
publishing  education  science  technology  medicine  biology  opensource  database  aggregator  repository  journal  research  articles  institute  computer  mathematics  statistics  algorithms  artificial  intelligence  analytics  university  data  trends 
october 2018 by asaltydog
Dr Hannah Dawson
Dr Hannah Dawson | Academics: Senior Lecturer in the History of Political Thought
education  humanities  politics  philosophy  economics  history  journal  university  research  king's  college  london 
october 2018 by asaltydog
The Spirit of Reform, 1832 and 1867 on JSTOR
Ellis A. Wasson, The Spirit of Reform, 1832 and 1867, Albion: A Quarterly Journal Concerned with British Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Summer, 1980), pp. 164-174
government  parliament  politics  democracy  legislation  history  reform  debate  reference  library  archive  publishing  journal  jstor  athens  research  elections  british 
october 2018 by asaltydog
Metternich and Benckendorff, 1807-1834 on JSTOR
P. S. Squire, Metternich and Benckendorff, 1807-1834, The Slavonic and East European Review, Vol. 45, No. 104 (Jan., 1967), pp. 135-162
government  parliament  politics  democracy  legislation  history  reform  debate  reference  library  archive  publishing  journal  jstor  athens  research  elections 
october 2018 by asaltydog
Billingsley P[Author] - PubMed - NCBI
PubMed comprises more than 28 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
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october 2018 by asaltydog
The global epidemic of 'lifestyle' disease in charts
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes now account for 90 per cent of deaths each year in the UK. These so-called 'lifestyle' conditions are a well known problem in the west. Much less understood is that they now account for the majority (53 per cent) of deaths and disabilities in the developing world – taking 31 million lives a year.
medicine  health  cardiology  nutrition  advice  journal  pathology  biology  chemistry  activity  exercise  telegraph  disease 
september 2018 by asaltydog
Hicky's Bengal gazette, or The original Calcutta general advertiser (Calcutta)
Hicky's Bengal gazette, or The original Calcutta general advertiser; Heidelberg University Library (
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september 2018 by asaltydog
Review: Hicky’s Bengal Gazette; The Untold Story of India’s First Newspaper by Andrew Otis | books | reviews | Hindustan Times
Andrew Otis’ book on Hicky’s Bengal Gazette, India’s first newspaper, fuses the biography of its remarkable editor with the biography of his time.
books  newspaper  gazette  english  language  news  history  reference  calcutta  bengal  india  journal 
september 2018 by asaltydog
BMJ Learning - The BMJ
BMJ Learning provides continuing medical education that is high-quality, evidence-based and covers clinical topics, professionals skills and ...
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august 2018 by asaltydog
Application of microbial α-amylase in industry – A review
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology Elsevier Paula Monteiro de Souza and Pérola de Oliveira Magalhães Additional article information Abstract Amylases are one of…
biology  botany  enzymes  starch  hydrolysis  chemistry  anatomy  physiology  government  publishing  journal  research  articles  microbial  application  microbiology  abstract 
august 2018 by asaltydog
Rhabdo: A rare but serious complication of… exercise - Harvard Health Blog - Harvard Health Publishing
"Rhabdo" occurs when muscle tissue leaks its contents into the bloodstream, and can be caused by intense physical is not a great exercise goal.
blog  emergency  medicine  health  biology  pathology  physiology  rhabdomyolysis  activity  exercise  journal  research  university  harvard  america 
may 2018 by asaltydog
Rhabdomyolysis after High Intensity Resistance Training
Rhabdomyolysis, which is a characteristic occurrence in associated with muscle cell necrosis, develops due to various causes. We herein report a rare case of a patient with rhabdomyolysis after high intensity resistance training, in which markedly elevated ...
government  emergency  medicine  health  biology  pathology  physiology  rhabdomyolysis  journal  research  activity  exercise  publishing  articles 
may 2018 by asaltydog
New journalist of the year Louise Callaghan: ‘Go where nobody else is and write about it’ – Press Gazette
New journalist of the year Louise Callaghan was interviewing a diplomat in Instanbul when last year’s attempted Turkish coup got underway. Looking for a fresh…
publishing  newspaper  gazette  journal  politics  foreign  policy  journalism  awards  news  interviews  literature  writing  research 
april 2018 by asaltydog
Holocene fluctuations in human population demonstrate repeated links to food production and climate | PNAS
The relationship between human population, food production, and climate change is a pressing concern in need of high-resolution, long-term perspectives. Archaeological radiocarbon dates have increasingly been used to reconstruct past population dynamics, and Britain and Ireland provide both radiocarbon sampling densities and species-level sample identifications that are globally unrivalled. We use this evidence to demonstrate multiple instances of human population downturn over the Holocene that coincide with periodic episodes of reduced solar activity and climate reorganization as well as societal responses in terms of altered food-procurement strategies.
publishing  archaeology  anthropology  genetics  biology  geography  agriculture  statistics  analysis  history  journal  research  europe  britain  ireland  demography  population  identification 
april 2018 by asaltydog
The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe | Nature
Bell Beaker refers to a distinctive pottery style found across western and central Europe during the end of the Neolithic. Previous studies have had conflicting results on the origin and mechanisms of spread of the Beaker culture. David Reich and colleagues report genome-wide data from 400 Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age Europeans, from 136 different archaeological sites, and including 226 Beaker-associated individuals. These individuals were highly genetically heterogeneous, which supports a model in which cultural transmission and human migration both had important roles in the spread of the Beaker culture, with the relative balance of these two processes varying by region. Elsewhere in this issue, David Reich and colleagues analyse genome-wide genomic data from 225 individuals who lived in southeastern European and the surrounding regions between 12000 and 500 ʙᴄ. They analyse these data in combination with previous genomic datasets to update existing models of the early spread of farming into and across Europe.
publishing  archaeology  anthropology  genetics  biology  geography  agriculture  history  journal  research  europe  migration  articles  demography  population  statistics  farming  journalism  analysis 
april 2018 by asaltydog
Gravitational sliding of the Mt. Etna massif along a sloping basement | SpringerLink
Geological field evidence and laboratory modelling indicate that volcanoes constructed on slopes slide downhill.
publishing  government  atmospheric  earth  science  geography  geology  journal  volcanology  environment  research  italy  articles  planetary 
march 2018 by asaltydog
The blue social bookmark and publication sharing system.
publishing  science  webpages  social  media  bookmarks  bibliography  journal  research 
march 2018 by asaltydog
Fermat's Library | Home
Fermat’s Library is a platform for illuminating academic papers. A new scientific paper annotated every week.
publishing  science  mathematics  journal  summary  annotation  writing  notes  research 
january 2018 by asaltydog
Reversing the Cardiac Effects of Sedentary Aging in Middle Age—A Randomized Controlled Trial: Implications For Heart Failure Prevention | Circulation
Regular exercise training may provide protection against the future risk of heart preventing the increase in cardiac stiffness attributable to sedentary aging.
medicine  health  biology  neuroscience  senescence  cognitive  impairment  cardiology  pathology  sport  rehabilitation  activity  exercise  journal  research 
january 2018 by asaltydog
Resources & Articles — Dr Janina Ramirez
Resources & journal articles phd thesis 'The Symbolic Life of Birds in Anglo-Saxon England' Here's a copy of my PhD thesis on Bird Symbolism in Anglo-Saxon art
education  essay  medieval  english  anglo-saxon  art  history  thesis  resources  journal  articles  university  research 
january 2018 by asaltydog
Profile - Tony Prescott - Academic Staff - People - Computer Science - The University of Sheffield
Professor Tony Prescott Professor of Cognitive Robotics Room number: F-08 Pam Liversidge Building Telephone : +44 (0) 114 222 6657 (email is better) Email :…
publishing  books  computer  science  artificial  intelligence  cognitive  robotics  algorithms  journal  research  university  sheffield  yorkshire  mathematics  statistics  analytics  electronics  electrical  engineering 
december 2017 by asaltydog
BMP2 bone morphogenetic protein 2 [Homo sapiens (human)] - Gene - NCBI
Duplication of a regulatory region downstream of this gene causes a form of brachydactyly characterized by a malformed index finger and second toe in human patients.
government  publishing  forensic  medicine  anatomy  osteology  biology  genetics  bone  morphogenetic  proteins  journal  research 
december 2017 by asaltydog
A Brief History of Catalan Nationalism | Foreign Affairs
Albert Gea / Reuters Snapshot From the Archives Campaigns & Elections Spain The Roots of the Current Crisis By The mounting tensions between Catalan nationalism…
magazine  journal  politics  social  policy  foreign  affairs  news  analysis  catalonia  spain  government  library  archive  history  research  articles  elections 
december 2017 by asaltydog
Evaluation and Characterization of Nutritive Properties of the Jelly Ear Culinary-Medicinal Mushroom Auricularia auricula-judae (Agaricomycetes) fr... - PubMed - NCBI
Evaluation and Characterization of Nutritive Properties of the Jelly Ear Culinary-Medicinal Mushroom Auricularia auricula-judae (Agaricomycetes) from Nigeria.…
publishing  alternative  medicine  health  biology  botany  mycology  fungi  nutrition  journal  research  government 
december 2017 by asaltydog
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