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Multisystem inflammatory syndrome

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome may refer to: Neonatal-onset multisystem inflammatory disease, a rare genetic autoinflammatory disease which causes uncontrolled systemic inflammation from early infancy. Kawasaki disease, a rare disease of unkno ...

                                               

Farah Lubin

Farah D. Lubin is an American neuroscientist and Associate Professor of Neurobiology and an Associate Professor of Cell, Developmental, and Integrative Biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham within the School of Medicine. Lubin is the ...

                                               

William Martin Haenke

William Martin Haenke also referred to as Martin William Haenke was born in Walloon, Queensland in 1875, the elder son of Polish emigrant Johann Wilhelm Haenke, a blacksmith, and his wife Friedericke. He attended West Ipswich State School and was ...

                                               

Joel D. Katz

Joel D. Katz is a Canadian psychologist and researcher. He is a Distinguished Research Professor and Canada Research Chair in Health Psychology at York University. He also serves as the research director of the pain research unit in the Departmen ...

                                               

Albert William Wolters

Wolters spent most of his academic career at the University of Reading. He was initially appointed as a lecturer in the Department of Education in 1908. Here he taught courses in Philosophy and Social Institutions. In 1910 he began teaching psych ...

                                               

Alan D.B. Clarke

Clarke was born on 21 March 1922. He grew up in Surrey, where his father was a solicitor. He served in the army during the war and afterwards completed a BSc in Psychology at the University of Reading where he met his future wife Ann. He then und ...

                                               

Margaret Dorothea Vernon

Maggie as she was known Vernon attended Newnham College, Cambridge. Afterwards she joined Frederic Bartlett’s research group in the Cambridge Psychological laboratory. In 1946, she took a position at the University of Reading where she was promot ...

                                               

Emma Wakefield-Paillet

Emma Wakefield-Paillet was an American physician. Wakefield-Paillet was the first African-American woman to graduate from medical school and to practice medicine in Louisiana.

                                               

William F. Wells

William Firth Wells was an American scientist, best known for identifying that tuberculosis could be transmitted through the nuclei of evaporated respiratory droplets, and for the Wells curve describing what happens to respiratory droplets after ...

                                               

Harry M. Archer

Harry Mortimer Archer was a professor of Medicine, and the chief surgeon of the Fire Department of New York City. Following his death a letter to The New York Times, from Richard C. Patterson Jr., one of his colleagues, described how Archer had a ...

                                               

Wilson Roosevelt Jerman

Wilson Roosevelt Jerman was an American butler who served 11 different U.S. presidents in the White House. He was one of the White Houses longest serving employees.

                                               

List of Kids on the Slope episodes

Kids on the Slope is a 2012 anime series adapted from the manga of the same name by Yuki Kodama. It is directed by Shinichirō Watanabe, with music by Yoko Kanno; it is the third collaboration between Watanabe and Kanno, following Macross Plus and ...

                                               

Suis

Suis, a Latin adjective referring to the pig, may refer to: Trypanosoma suis, a protozoan species that causes one form of the surra disease in pigs Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis, a mite subspecies Suis, the vocalist in the Japanese rock duo Yorushi ...

                                               

Mumps (disambiguation)

Oldham Mumps railway station, a railway station on the Oldham Loop Line, now converted to Manchester Metrolink and known as Oldham Mumps Metrolink station Oldham Mumps, a district in Oldham, Greater Manchester

                                               

P. insignis

P. insignis may refer to: Ploceus insignis, the brown-capped weaver, a bird species found in Africa Panterpe insignis, the fiery-throated hummingbird, a medium-sized hummingbird species found in Costa Rica and western Panama Philonectria insignis ...

                                               

A. robusta

A. robusta may refer to: Agathis robusta, the Queensland kauri or smooth-barked kauri, a coniferous tree species native to eastern Queensland, Australia Arachnothera robusta, the Long-billed Spiderhunter, a bird species found in Brunei, Indonesia ...

                                               

Carbon neutral (disambiguation)

Carbon neutral might refer to: Carbon neutrality, a balancing greenhouse gas emissions with renewable energy The Presbyterian Church USA Carbon Neutral Resolution Carbon neutral fuel or carbon negative fuel Zero-carbon building, carbon neutral bu ...

                                               

Source control (respiratory disease)

Source control is a strategy for reducing disease transmission by blocking respiratory secretions produced through speaking, coughing, or sneezing. Surgical masks are commonly used for this purpose, with cloth face masks recommended for use by th ...

                                               

International May 12th Awareness Day

International May 12th Awareness Day, also known as International ME/CFS Awareness Day is held every year to raise awareness of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis /Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Gulf War Syndrome an ...

                                               

Jonathan Mitchell

Jonathan Mitchell cyclist, British cyclist, bronze medalist in 2015 and 2017 British National Track Championships competitions Jonathan Mitchell basketball, 2006 winner of the Mr. New York Basketball award Jonathan Mitchell, a linebacker for the ...

                                               

LCH

Lake Charles Amtrak station, Louisiana, United States; Amtrak station code LCH Lake Charles Regional Airport, Lake Charles, Louisiana IATA airport code County Hall, London, London, UK

                                               

Inguinal

In human anatomy, the inguinal region refers to either the groin or the lower lateral regions of the abdomen. It may also refer to: Direct inguinal hernia, a type of inguinal hernia with a sac that is medial to the inferior epigastric vessels Con ...

                                               

DDF

DDF may refer to: 4.4-Dinitro-3.3-diazenofuroxan, an experimental high explosive Dubai Duty Free, a duty-free retailer Drop Dead Fred, a 1991 fantasy comedy film Sulfoxone, an anti-leprosy drug sold under" DDF” brand Digital distribution frame, a ...

                                               

A and Others v National Blood Authority and Another

A and Others v National Blood Authority and Another was a landmark product liability case of 2001 primarily concerning blood transfusions but also blood products or transplanted organs, all of which were infected with hepatitis C, where liability ...

                                               

Lurbinectedin

Lurbinectedin, sold under the brand name Zepzelca, is a medication for the treatment of adults with metastatic small cell lung cancer with disease progression on or after platinum-based chemotherapy. The most common side effects include leukopeni ...

                                               

Microcephaly albinism digital anomalies syndrome

Microcephaly albinism digital anomalies syndrome is a very rare congenital genetic disease. The syndrome includes microcephaly, micrognathia, oculocutaneous albinism, hypoplasia of the distal phalanx of fingers, and agenesia of the distal end of ...

                                               

Melanocortin 2 receptor accessory protein

Melanocortin 2 receptor accessory protein is a transmembrane accessory protein that in humans is encoded by the MRAP gene located in chromosome 21q22.11. Alternate splicing of the MRAP mRNA generates two functionally isoforms MRAP-α and MRAP-β. M ...

                                               

Plant nucleus movement

Importantly, cytoskeleton-mediated nuclear movement is critical for response of plants to pathogenic microorganisms. This is best studied in oomycetes, a devastating pathogenic organism. In potato cells, oomycete contact results in rapid movement ...

                                               

LRN

LRN may refer to: Legislative route number, a designation for a highway defined by laws passed in a state legislature LORAN, a terrestrial radio navigation system originally known as LRN for Loomis Radio Navigation Location Routing Number, a ten ...

                                               

MGN

MGN can refer to: Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway, a former British railroad MGN, National Rail station code for Marston Green railway station, UK Marine Guidance Notes, published by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency Mirror Group New ...

                                               

TBE

TBE may refer to: TBE buffer, a buffer solution containing a mixture of Tris base, boric acid and EDTA The Butterfly Effect, a 2004 American psychological thriller film Toronto Board of Education, the former secular school district serving the pr ...

                                               

Nuclear groove

A nuclear groove is an invagination of the nuclear envelope, in the longitudinal axis. It can be present in: Breast carcinomas Papillary neoplasms of several organs: papillary transitional cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder, papillary renal ce ...

                                               

Fritz Muntner

Fritz Muntner was a German trade union leader. Born in Wriezen, Muntner completed an apprenticeship as a saddler and travelled extensively in his journeyman years, before settling in Berlin in 1894. He joined the Union of Saddlers of Germany and ...

                                               

Carole A. Estabrooks

Carole Anne Estabrooks is a Canadian applied health services researcher. She is a Canada Research Chair in Knowledge Translation and a professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta. She has been listed amongst the highest cited ...

                                               

Owls Head

Owls Head or Owls Head may refer to: Owls Head, Maine, a town in Knox County on Penobscot Bay, United States Owls Head Light, at the entrance to Rockland Harbor Owls Head Park, Brooklyn, New York, United States Mont Owls Head, Quebec, Canada Owls ...

                                               

Cleavage

Bond cleavage in chemistry and biochemistry, the splitting of chemical bonds Cleavage crystal, in mineralogy and materials science, a process of splitting a crystal Proteolysis, also called peptide cleavage, the breaking down of proteins In cell ...

                                               

Bascule

Bascule may refer to: Originally, a form of torture. The victim is bound to a seesaw-like device with the buttocks outward, and repeatedly lifted and dropped. A teeterboard, a circus apparatus Bascule horse, or roundness over a jump, of a horse A ...

                                               

Chuff

Red-billed chough P. pyrrhocorax, a bird in the crow family Alpine chough P. graculus, or yellow-billed chough Chough, sometimes spelled as "chuff", the two crow species of the genus Pyrrhocorax White-winged chough, a bird species that is the onl ...

                                               

Omegaverse

Omegaverse is a subgenre of speculative erotic fiction, and originally a subgenre of erotic fan fiction. Its premise is that humans are either dominant "alphas", neutral "betas" or submissive "omegas". This terminology is derived from the one use ...

                                               

N-Nitrosoglyphosate

N -Nitrosoglyphosate is the nitrosamine degradation product and synthetic impurity of glyphosate herbicide. The US EPA limits N -nitrosoglyphosate impurity to a maximum of 1 ppm in glyphosate formulated products. N -Nitrosoglyphosate can also for ...

                                               

Sestamibi scan

A sestamibi scan is a medical imaging technique using gamma rays from the radioactive decay of the manmade compound Technetium sestamibi to penetrate muscle and other tissue to view their condition and function. It may refer specifically to: Sest ...

                                               

PTH

PTH may refer to: Parathyroid hormone Plated through-hole in PCB through-hole technology GNU Portable Threads in computing Port Huron Amtrak station, Michigan, US, station code Perth railway station, Scotland, station code Provincial Trunk Highwa ...

                                               

PFE

PFE may refer to: Pacific Fruit Express, a railroad refrigerator car leasing company PolyGram Filmed Entertainment Pfizer Inc., New York Stock Exchange symbol PFE Partial fraction expansion Programmers File Editor Pelvic floor exercise, also know ...

                                               

Loose lips sink ships (disambiguation)

Loose lips sink ships is an American World War II propaganda slogan which became an English idiom. Loose Lips Sink Ships may also refer to: Loose Lips Sink Ships, a musical play produced by the American Folklore Theatre "Loose Lips Sink Ships", a ...

                                               

Broad-spectrum antiviral drug

Broad-spectrum antiviral drugs are a class of antiviral drugs, which target and inhibit the replication and development of a broad range of viral pathogens. BSAs work by inhibiting viral proteins or by targeting host cell proteins and processes e ...

                                               

Cowl (disambiguation)

A cowl may refer to: Cowl or cowling, a removable protective covering over all or part of an engine Cowl oast, the revolving device found on oasts, maltings, and breweries Cowl, a garment worn by monks Cowl chimney, a device fitted to a chimney p ...

                                               

M. viridis

M. viridis may refer to: Merops viridis, the blue-throated bee-eater, a bird species found in South-East Asia Mentha viridis, a synonym of M. spicata, spearmint, a species of aromatic perennial herbs cultivated around the world Monachanthus virid ...

                                               

Komm, Heilger Geist, der Leben schafft

Komm, Heilger Geist, der Leben schafft is a Christian hymn in German for Pentecost. The text is a paraphrase of the Latin hymn Veni Creator Spiritus by Friedrich Dorr, with a 1524 melody. It was first published in the Catholic German hymnal Gotte ...

                                               

Komm, Schopfer Geist, kehr bei uns ein

Komm, Schopfer Geist, kehr bei uns ein is a Christian hymn in German for Pentecost. The text is a paraphrase of the Latin hymn Veni Creator Spiritus by Heinrich Bone. The melody is an adaptation of the Latin hymns plainchant. It was first publish ...

                                               

NAHS

Nahs or NAHS may refer to: New American High Schools, an initiative of the United States Department of Education Nahs, a hypothetical Proto-Canaanite originator of the Semitic letter Nun National Art Honor Society, an American high school honor s ...