This study investigates the role of gender and,
within that, class in changing English dining styles in the
eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The period c.1750-1900 has
been chosen to cover a major...
Filmus, Jorge., Pollak, Michael N., Cailleau, Relda., Buick, Ronald N.,
Epidermal growth factor (EGF) has been noted to
stimulate prolifereation of a variety of normal and malignant cells
including those of human breast epithelium. We report here that
MDA-468, a human bre...
Aim This study aims to develop a substantive
grounded theory of the informal care of older people with acute
functional mental health problems in the community, using data from
qualitative interviews ...
Abrams, Elizabeth T., Kwiek, Jesse K., Mwapasa, Victor, Kamwendo, Deborah D., Tadesse, Eyob, Lema, V...
Background: Although maternal anaemia often stems
from malaria infection during pregnancy, its effects on foetal
haemoglobin levels are not straightforward. Lower-than-expected
cord haemoglobin values...
The claim that differences in brain size across
primate species has mainly been driven by the demands of sociality
(the "social brain" hypothesis) is now widely accepted. Some of the
evidence to suppo...
Watts, Phillip C., Hamilton, J. Gordon C., Ward, Richard D., Noyes, Harry A., Souza, Nataly A., Kemp...
Lutzomyia longipalpis, a sibling complex, is the
main vector of Leishmania chagasi/infantum. Discriminating between
siblings is important as they may differ in vectorial capacity.
Background: Difficulties regulating biological,
behavioural and emotional processes are fundamental to most
childhood psychopathology. One possible mechanism for early
dysregulation, supported by evid...
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