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161. “Almodóvar es el director más internacional, pero el más difícil de exportar al extranjero” - Diaz-Cintas, J

162. “On the art of subtitling” - Diaz-Cintas, J

163. “Crossed lines” - Diaz-Cintas, J

164. Economic modelling of diagnostic and treatment pathways in National Institute for Health and Care Excellence clinical guidelines: the Modelling Algorithm Pathways in Guidelines (MAPGuide) project - Lord, J; Willis, S; Eatock, J; Tappenden, P; Trapero-Bertran, M; Miners, A; Crossan, C; Westby, M; Anagnostou, A; Taylor, S; Mavranezouli, I; Wonderling, D; Alderson, P; Ruiz, F

165. Spanish Law Dictionary: Spanish-English / English-Spanish

166. Business Spanish Dictionary: Spanish-English / English-Spanish

167. Miniature Lightweight X-Ray Optics (MiXO) for Solar System Exploration - Hong, J; Grindlay, J; Romaine, S; Ramsey, B; Binzel, RP; Boynton, W; Georenstein, P; Kraft, R; Kenter, A; Elvis, M; Wolk, S; Smith, R; Lim, L; Lisse, C; Branduardi-Raymont, G; Allen, B; Lee, J

168. Defective Natural Killer cell antiviral capacity in paediatric HBV infection. - Heiberg, IL; Pallett, LJ; Winther, TN; Høgh, B; Maini, MK; Peppa, D
Natural Killer (NK) cells exhibit dysregulated effector function in adult chronic HBV infection (CHB), which may contribute to virus persistence. The role of NK cells in children infected perinatally with HBV is less studied. Access to a unique cohort enabled the cross-sectional evaluation of NK cell frequency, phenotype and function in HBV-infected children relative to uninfected children. We observed a selective defect in NK cell IFN-γ production, with conserved cytolytic function, mirroring the functional dichotomy observed in adult infection. Reduced expression of NKp30 on NK cells suggests a role of impaired NK-Dendritic Cell (DC) cellular interactions as a potential mechanism...

169. Glosario de alemán para negocios: alemán-español / español-alemán

170. Pons. Kleines Fachwörterbuch Wirtschaft Spanisch-Deutsch / Deutsch-Spanisch

171. Review of "Does Everyone Want Democracy? Insights From Mongolia" by Paula L.W. Sabloff (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2013) - Grisaffi, TM

172. Mathematical modeling of the VEGF receptor - Page, KM; Alarcon, T
This chapter is devoted to the formulation and analysis of several models of the VEGF receptor and the initial steps in the signalling cascade following receptor activation. Our models take into consideration different factors and processes such as receptor cross-linking, endocytosis, recycling, degradation and synthesis. The effect of each one of these factors is studied. In particular, we present an analysis of a stochastic model of the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) receptor, which accounts for ligand binding-induced oligomerisation, activation of SH2 domain-carrying kinases and receptor internalization. This is an analysis, based upon a generalisation of a WKB approximation of...

173. Cold electron heating by EMIC waves in the plasmaspheric plume with observations of the Cluster satellite - Yuan, Z; Xiong, Y; Huang, S; Deng, X; Pang, Y; Zhou, M; Dandouras, I; Trotignon, JG; Fazakerley, AN; Lucek, E

174. The Immuno-Dynamics of Conflict Intervention in Social Systems - Krakauer, DC; Page, KM; Flack, J
We present statistical evidence and dynamical models for the management of conflict and a division of labor (task specialization) in a primate society. Two broad intervention strategy classes are observed– a dyadic strategy – pacifying interventions, and a triadic strategy –policing interventions. These strategies, their respective degrees of specialization, and their consequences for conflict dynamics can be captured through empirically-grounded mathematical models inspired by immuno-dynamics. The spread of aggression, analogous to the proliferation of pathogens, is an epidemiological problem. We show analytically and computationally that policing is an efficient strategy as it requires only a small proportion of a population...

175. Analysis of BCR-ABL1 tyrosine kinase domain mutational spectra in primitive chronic myeloid leukemia cells suggests a unique mutator phenotype - Grant, H; Jiang, X; Stebbing, J; Foroni, L; Craddock, C; Griffiths, M; Clark, RE; O'Brien, S; Khorashad, JS; Gerrard, G; Wang, L; Irving, JAE; Wang, M; Karran, L; Dyer, MJS; Forrest, D; Page, K; Eaves, CJ; Woolfson, A

176. Εστία και «οικιακές κουλτούρες». - Buchli, VA

177. Experiments in Science Policy: An Autobiographical Note - Stilgoe, J
In this paper, I offer a personal account of a journey through a world of science governance that is in flux. I reflect on three levels of experimentation: first, the intermingling of social scientists with scientists and policymakers; second, the creation of new forms of public dialogue; and third, the blurring of technical and social experiment with geoengineering as a case in point. My conclusion is that social scientists can both gain and contribute a great deal through engaging with, questioning and trying to open up such experiments. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

178. Foreword: Why Responsible Innovation? - Stilgoe, J

179. Experts and Anecdotes The Role of "Anecdotal Evidence" in Public Scientific Controversies - Moore, A; Stilgoe, J

180. How Can Nanotechnologies Fulfill the Needs of Developing Countries? - Grimshaw, DJ; Gudza, LD; Stilgoe, J
In an effort to engage citizens in "upstream" dialogues, a number of "experiments in public engagement" with science took place during 2005-2006. This chapter discusses those engagements, with a particular focus on the findings of a "nanodialogue" held in Zimbabwe during July 2006 involving scientists and representatives of two communities that experience real problems with the supply of clean drinking water. Concerns of society often focus on risk and this has been found to be especially true when public engagement is delayed. Upstream engagement appears to encourage the public to focus on imagining positive outcomes for nanotechnologies. We raise issues...


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