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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 53768

Chapter 53768 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



In situ visualization of telomere elongation patterns in human cells. Nucleic Acids Research 41(18): E176-E176

In situ volatile fatty acids influence biogas generation from kitchen wastes by anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology 163: 186-192

In situ water gelation by a hydrogelator derived from N-(4-carboxy phenyl)trimellitimide. Journal of Controlled Release 152 Suppl 1: E195-E196

In situ wet-cell TEM observation of gold nanoparticle motion in an aqueous solution. Nanoscale Research Letters 7(1): 598-598

In situ wetting state transition on micro- and nanostructured surfaces at high temperature. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces 6(17): 15198-15208

In situ window cleaning by laser blowoff through optical fiber. Review of Scientific Instruments 79(10): 10f338-10f338

In situ x-ray diffraction studies of alkyl quaternary ammonium montmorillonite in a CO(2) environment. Journal of Chemical Physics 130(4): 044705-044705

In situ x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of model catalysts: at the edge of the gap. Physical Review Letters 110(11): 117601-117601

In situ x-ray reflectivity and grazing incidence x-ray diffraction study of L 1(0) ordering in (57)Fe/Pt multilayers. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter 21(18): 186002-186002

In situ x-ray reflectivity studies on the formation of substrate-supported phospholipid bilayers and monolayers. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 77(3 Pt 1): 031909-031909

In situ zymography. Methods in Molecular Biology 622: 271-277

In situ zymography and immunolabeling in fixed and decalcified craniofacial tissues. Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 57(7): 615-622

In situ "artificial plasma" calibration of tokamak magnetic sensors. Review of Scientific Instruments 84(6): 063502-063502

In situ "click" assembly of small molecule matrix metalloprotease inhibitors containing zinc-chelating groups. Organic Letters 10(24): 5529-5531

In situ, label-free DNA detection using organic transistor sensors. Advanced Materials 22(40): 4452-4456

In situ, noninvasive characterization of superhydrophobic coatings. Review of Scientific Instruments 82(4): 045109-045109

In situ, rapid, and temporally resolved measurements of cellulase adsorption onto lignocellulosic substrates by UV-vis spectrophotometry. Langmuir 27(1): 272-278

In situ, real time monitoring of surface transformation: ellipsometric microscopy imaging of electrografting at microstructured gold surfaces. Analytical Chemistry 85(4): 1965-1971

In situ, real-time identification of biological tissues by ultraviolet and infrared laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry 83(5): 1632-1640

In situ, real-time monitoring of the 3' to 5' exonucleases secreted by living cells. Analytical Chemistry 84(11): 5059-5065

In situ, real-time tracking of cell wall topography and nanomechanics of antimycobacterial drugs treated Mycobacterium JLS using atomic force microscopy. Chemical Communications: 7021-7023

In situ-ATR-FTIR analysis on the uptake and release of streptomycin from polyelectrolyte complex layers. Spectrochimica Acta. Part A, Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 104: 546-553

In situ-formed Li2S in lithiated graphite electrodes for lithium-sulfur batteries. Journal of the American Chemical Society 135(48): 18044-7

In situ-formed asymmetric membrane capsule for osmotic release of poorly water-soluble drug. Pda Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology 61(1): 24-36

In situ-forming oleogel implant for rivastigmine delivery. Pharmaceutical Research 25(4): 845-852

In situ-generated PVP-stabilized palladium(0) nanocluster catalyst in hydrogen generation from the methanolysis of ammonia-borane. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11(44): 10519-10525

In situ-generated iodonium ylides as safe carbene precursors for the chemoselective intramolecular Buchner reaction. Journal of Organic Chemistry 79(19): 9186-9195

In situ-generated metal oxide catalyst during CO oxidation reaction transformed from redox-active metal-organic framework-supported palladium nanoparticles. Nanoscale Research Letters 7(1): 461-461

In situ-generated nano-gold plasmon-enhanced photoelectrochemical aptasensing based on carboxylated perylene-functionalized graphene. Analytical Chemistry 86(2): 1306-1312

In situ-grown hexagonal silicon nanocrystals in silicon carbide-based films. Nanoscale Research Letters 7(1): 634-634

In situ-monitoring of biofilm formation by using surface-enhanced Raman scattering. Applied Spectroscopy 67(5): 498-505

In situ-prepared composite materials of PEDOT: PSS buffer layer-metal nanoparticles and their application to organic solar cells. Nanoscale Research Letters 7(1): 641-641

In situ-targeting of dendritic cells with donor-derived apoptotic cells restrains indirect allorecognition and ameliorates allograft vasculopathy. Plos One 4(3): E4940-E4940

In situ/operando studies for the production of hydrogen through the water-gas shift on metal oxide catalysts. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15(29): 12004-12025

In skeletal muscle advanced glycation end products (AGEs) inhibit insulin action and induce the formation of multimolecular complexes including the receptor for AGEs. Journal of Biological Chemistry 283(52): 36088-36099

In sleep lost, emotions become unrecognized: Commentary on Minkel et al.'s, "Emotional expressiveness in sleep-deprived healthy adults". Behavioral Sleep Medicine 9(1): 15-17

In smokers who lapse during nicotine patch treatment, continued patch use increases the likelihood of recovering abstinence. Evidence-Based Nursing 16(2): 53-54

In smokers, swim-up and discontinuous gradient centrifugation recover spermatozoa with equally lower amounts of DNA damage than spermatozoa obtained from neat semen. Fertility and Sterility 95(8): 2680-2682

In snow's footsteps: Commentary on shoe-leather and applied epidemiology. American Journal of Epidemiology 172(6): 737-739

In social media age, watch what you say. General Dentistry 62(1): 19-21

In solidarity with Gaza. Lancet 373(9660): 295-295

In solution cation-induced secondary and tertiary structure alterations of human calprotectin. Protein Journal 33(5): 465-473

In solution sensitization of Er(III) luminescence by the 4-tetrathiafulvalene-2,6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid dimethyl antenna ligand. Inorganic Chemistry 51(2): 978-984

In some community health information centers. Interview by Jeanne Morazain. Perspective Infirmiere 5(6): 11-13

In some patients with small abdominal aortic aneurysms, an attitude of "watchful waiting" may result in loss of suitability for endovascular repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 54(2): 598-599

In space and on the moon: mankind's most remote pharmacies. Pharmaceutical Historian 40(1): 15-18

In space technology, small may be beautiful. Science 256(5063): 1510-1510

In spite of correct diagnosis of total brain infarction the organ donation was interrupted. Lakartidningen 108(1-2): 31-33

In spite of everything: love--in spite of everything: family. Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, Medizinische Psychologie 61(3-4): 125-125

In spite of good results with 'inject and cut', should we scrutinize it? - yes, we should!. Digestion 82(4): 211-212

In spite of recent doubts carrier multiplication does occur in PbSe nanocrystals. Nano Letters 8(6): 1713-1718

In splendid isolation. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(46): 18-20

In sporadic inclusion body myositis muscle fibres TDP-43-positive inclusions are less frequent and robust than p62 inclusions, and are not associated with paired helical filaments. Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology 37(3): 315-320

In squamous cell head and neck cancer: which platinum, how much and how often?. Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy 14(9): 1033-1039

In states' hands: how the decision to expand Medicaid will affect the most financially vulnerable Americans: findings from the Commonwealth Fund Health Insurance Tracking Surveys of U.S. Adults, 2011 and 2012. Issue Brief 23: 1-8

In stationary regime, electron transfer rates in RTIL media are diffusion controlled: experimental evidence from pulse radiolysis study. Journal of Physical Chemistry. B 117(17): 5113-5120

In stem cell transplantation, by limiting the morbidity of graft-versus-host disease tolerance to myeloablative conditioning is improved. Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation 14(6): 709-718

In stent restenosis predictors after carotid artery stenting. Stroke Research and Treatment 2010: -

In stent restenosis remains a clinically relevant problem. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 81(2): 266-267

In step for a healthier heart. Nursing Standard 1987) 22(6): 22-23

In struggle to cut expenses, hospitals eye the pharmacy. Hospitals & Health Networks 85(11): 28-30, 32

In students' shoes. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(13): 61-61

In subfertile couple, abdominal fat loss in men is associated with improvement of sperm quality and pregnancy: a case-series. Plos One 9(2): E86300-E86300

In support of AHA indications for screening angiography at the time of coronary arteriography: understanding the recommendations and clarifying the goals. Vascular Medicine 14(3): 277-281

In support of Bleuler: objective evidence for increased affective ambivalence in schizophrenia based upon evocative testing. Schizophrenia Research 107(2-3): 223-231

In support of Canada's health care system: an oncologist's perspective. Current Oncology 17(4): 2-3

In support of D.D.T. Canadian Medical Association Journal 106(1): 13-13

In support of Dr. Anna Pou and nurses Cheri Landry and Lori Budo. Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society 159(4): 180-180

In support of POLST: better end-of-life care for Mississippi. Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association 54(3): 71-73

In support of SUPPORT--a view from the NIH. New England Journal of Medicine 368(25): 2349-2351

In support of SUPPORT: ignorance and mistrust can harm babies and families. American Journal of Bioethics 13(12): 43-44

In support of a journey of metacognition. Academic Emergency Medicine 18(5): 549-550

In support of abstinence. Harm reduction ultimately fails to improve the quality of life for people with addictions. Behavioral Healthcare 27(7): 45-45

In support of academic freedom. Science 316(5833): 1840-1840

In support of an early intensive treatment of type 2 diabetes and not necessarily of early polypharmacy. Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism 13(5): 474-475

In support of an early polypharmacy approach to the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism 12(11): 929-940

In support of breastfeeding. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 109(6): 982-982

In support of breastfeeding. Advances in Neonatal Care 12(2): 69-70

In support of call for improvement in Aboriginal child health. Canadian Journal of Public Health 101(5): 426; Author Reply 426-426; Author Reply 426

In support of choice. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(21): 22-23

In support of clinical case reports: a system of causality assessment. Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2(2): 64-75

In support of descriptive studies; relevance to translational research. Journal of Translational Medicine 5: 21-21

In support of early surgery for hip fractures sustained by elderly patients taking clopidogrel: a retrospective study. Drugs & Aging 29(1): 63-68

In support of early surgical repair of ureteropelvic junction obstruction. Pediatric Surgery International 11(8): 554-558

In support of embryonic stem cell research. Wmj 109(6): 345-345

In support of equitable infertility health insurance. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing 43(4): 401-402

In support of family life education. Canadian Medical Association Journal 106(4): 307-307

In support of friendly practice guidelines. Canadian Veterinary Journal 39(6): 334-335

In support of intravenous vitamin C. Journal of Primary Health Care 1(3): 247-248

In support of labeling psychological traits and processes as positive and negative. American Psychologist 67(7): 575-6; Author Reply 576-7

In support of medical student research. Academic Medicine 88(11): 1592-1592

In support of more clustered randomized trials. JAMA Internal Medicine 173(4): 315-315

In support of observational pain tools for emergency medicine triage in children. Emergency Medicine Journal 26(6): 466-467

In support of our youngest patients. Journal of the Michigan Dental Association 93(5): 8-8

In support of pressure support. Clinics in Perinatology 34(1): 117-28, Vii

In support of residency training at an academic veterans hospital. Academic Medicine 87(8): 993-994

In support of substance use disorders. Addiction 106(5): 887-8; Discussion 895-7

In support of teaching basic diagnostics. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 78(3): 64-64

In support of the ACR Appropriateness Criteria. Journal of the American College of Radiology 5(5): 630-5; Discussion 636-7

In support of the ILAE Commission classification proposal. Epilepsia 52(6): 1200-1; Discussion 1205-9

In support of the MDA's access to care priorities: a proposal to expand HKD to all counties. Journal of the Michigan Dental Association 93(6): 14-14

In support of the evidence. Journal of Human Lactation 28(4): 445-445

In support of the overuse of sustainability. Biological Research for Nursing 10(4): 305-306

In support of the revised World Health Organization diagnostic criteria for essential thrombocythemia: JAK2 V617F and premature myocardial infarction. Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis 6(1): 206-207

In support of true health care reform. Caring 29(3): 6-8

In support of unions. Australian Nursing Journal 15(2): 1-1

In support of women. Soins. Pediatrie, Puericulture: 1-1

In surgeons performing cardiothoracic surgery is sleep deprivation significant in its impact on morbidity or mortality?. Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 19(3): 479-487

In survey, about half of ORs are using the WHO checklist. Or Manager 25(9): 1, 6-1, 8

In surveyed Australian medical-surgical units about a third of nurses on perceive emotional abuse in recent shifts and a fifth report actual violence; perception of violence in the workplace is associated with unstable or negative working conditions and adverse patient outcomes. Evidence-Based Nursing 13(4): 106-107

In suspected ACS, a diagnostic protocol using hs-TnI identified patients at low cardiac risk at 30 days. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(6): Jc13-Jc13

In suspected PE with Wells score>4 or positive D-dimer, multiorgan ultrasonography had 90% sensitivity for PE. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(8): Jc12-Jc13

In suspected PE, an age-adjusted D-dimer cutpoint improved ability to exclude PE. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(2): Jc13-Jc13

In suspense: an easy way to prevent contamination of the Zoellner sucker. Clinical Otolaryngology 33(1): 67; Author Reply 68-67; Author Reply 68

In sync with the family: children and partners influence the sleep-wake circadian rhythm and social habits of women. Chronobiology International 26(3): 510-525

In sync. Basics of health facility commissioning. Health Facilities Management 20(3): 23-28

In sync: gamma oscillations and emotional memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 7: 170-170

In sync: metaphor, mechanism or marker of mutual understanding?. Journal of Neuroscience 34(16): 5397-5398

In systemic sclerosis patients, bosentan is safe and effective for digital ulcer prevention and it seems to attenuate the development of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Rheumatology 53(3): 570-571

In systemic sclerosis, anxiety and depression assessed by hospital anxiety depression scale are independently associated with disability and psychological factors. Biomed Research International 2013(): 507493-507493

In tech we don't trust. Scientific American 310(1): 28-28

In teenagers with diabetes, transition toward autonomy in self-management involved growth in self-reliance and support from others. Evidence-Based Nursing 11(4): 125-125

In tema di perforazione d'ulcera solitaria del tenue. L' Ospedale Maggiore 36(3): 138-142

In ten California counties, notable progress in system integration within the safety net, although challenges remain. Health Affairs 31(8): 1717-1727

In tepid defense of population health: physicians and antibiotic resistance. American Journal of Law & Medicine 34(4): 431-491

In terms of nutrition, does it matter whether I buy canned tuna that's packed in oil rather than packed in water?. Mayo Clinic Health Letter 26(8): 8-8

In the 'Grey Battalion': Launceston General Hospital nurses on active service in World War I. Health and History 10(1): 21-40

In the 'gray zone,' a doctor faces tough decisions on infant resuscitation. Health Affairs 32(10): 1841-1845

In the (re) discovering of the hand. Annales de Dermatologie et de Venereologie 137 Suppl 3: S87-S88

In the (sub)tropics allergic rhinitis and its impact on asthma classification of allergic rhinitis is more useful than perennial-seasonal classification. American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy 28(3): 232-238

In the 11- M terrorist tragedy in Madrid. Revista Clinica Espanola 211(3): 158-162

In the 1980s I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse. Do I still have to take the antibiotics before going to the dentist?. Heart Advisor 11(4): 8-8

In the 21st Century, what is an acceptable response rate?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36(2): 106-108

In the 2nd World War anesthesia by nurses becomes established. Pflege Zeitschrift 67(2): 114-116

In the ACT: thrombo-embolism from the left ventricle. European Heart Journal 29(21): 2699-2699

In the Beginning. California Medicine 70(1): 70-70

In the Blink of an Eye: Investigating the Role of Awareness in Fear Responding by Measuring the Latency of Startle Potentiation. Brain Sciences 2(1): 61-84

In the By-ways of Medicine. Ulster Medical Journal 8(1): 1-13

In the Clinic. Concussion. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(3): Itc2-Itc1

In the Clinic. Contraception. Annals of Internal Medicine 157(7): Itc4-1-Itc4-15; Quiz Itc4-16

In the Clinic. Transitions of care. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(5 Pt 1): Itc3-Itc1

In the Crosshairs: NF-κB Targets the JNK Signaling Cascade. Current Medicinal Chemistry. Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Allergy Agents 4(6): 569-576

In the December, 2010 issue of CLINICS. Clinics 65(12): 1219-1221

In the Discussion. Journal. Boston Society of Medical Sciences 2(4): 28-30

In the ER you are not amicable. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 151(1): 7-13

In the February 2009 issue of Clinics. Clinics 64(2): 75-76

In the Future of Anesthesiology. Journal of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology 8(3): 86-87

In the Global Fund's court: experimentation, evaluation, and the AMFm. Lancet 380(9858): 1989-1989

In the Gray Zone in the Fragile X Gene: What are the Key Unanswered Clinical and Biological Questions?. Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements 4: 208-208

In the Huh7 Hepatoma Cells Diclofenac and Indomethacin Activate Differently the Unfolded Protein Response and Induce ER Stress Apoptosis. Open Biochemistry Journal 5: 45-51

In the Interests of the Colour-Blind. Canadian Medical Association Journal 83(7): 332-332

In the Interim. California Medicine 99(4): 269-270

In the Journal of the National Medical Association 100 years ago: salutatory. Journal of the National Medical Association 101(11): 1173-1175

In the Journal of the National Medical Association 100 years ago: the JNMA fights back. Journal of the National Medical Association 102(9): 838-840

In the LEED. Hospitals find value in healthcare-specific criteria. Modern Healthcare 43(36): 32-3, 35

In the Light of Evolution I: Adaptation and Complex Design. Proceeding of the Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium of the National Academy of Sciences, December 1-2, 2006, Irvine, California, USA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104 Suppl 1: 8563-8676

In the Light of Evolution II: Biodiversity and Extinction. Proceedings of the Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium of the National Academy of Sciences. December 6-8, 2007. Irvine, California, USA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105 Suppl 1: 11453-11586

In the Light of Evolution: A Reevaluation of Conservation in the CO-FT Regulon and Its Role in Photoperiodic Regulation of Flowering Time. Frontiers in Plant Science 2: 81-81

In the Lyme light. Minnesota Medicine 92(11): 10-12

In the Margins: The Impact of Sexualised Images on the Mental Health of Ageing Women. Sex Roles 65(7-8): 632-646

In the Medical Investigator's office. Radiologic Technology 83(2): 189ci-191ci

In the Medical Wards of the Prince of Wales's General Hospital. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1(6): 80-82

In the NadR regulon, adhesins and diverse meningococcal functions are regulated in response to signals in human saliva. Journal of Bacteriology 194(2): 460-474

In the Netherlands, rich interaction among professionals conducting disease management led to better chronic care. Health Affairs 31(11): 2493-2500

In the News! An opinion. "Wat kan ik voor u doen?" towards culturally competent communication. Education for Health 22(2): 376-376

In the News! An opinion: Use of humanities in health professions education. Education for Health 23(1): 465-465

In the October 2008 issue of "Heart Advisor," there was an article about home monitoring of blood pressure. The illustration shows a man slouched in a chair with his legs crossed taking his pressure. Everything I have ever read in the way of instruction says you should sit up straight with both feet flat on the floor?. Heart Advisor 12(1): 8-8

In the Operating Theatre. Postgraduate Medical Journal 8(76): 24-26

In the Philippines, the long wait for free sexual health care continues. Cmaj 185(9): E375-E376

In the Pursuit of Effective Affective Computing: The Relationship Between Features and Registration. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Part B, Cybernetics 42(4): 1006-1016

In the RyR2(R4496C) mouse model of CPVT, β-adrenergic stimulation induces Ca waves by increasing SR Ca content and not by decreasing the threshold for Ca waves. Circulation Research 107(12): 1483-1489

In the SOAP: the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP) from the perspective of a Community Hospital Residency. Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives 2(2): -

In the Senate: The Debate on Education; The Internal Security Committee Studies Disarmament. Science 133(3465): 1693-1696

In the Slums of Public Health Ignorance. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 32(4): 415-416

In the Spotlight. Reproductive Sciences 21(7): 821-822

In the Spotlight: Tissue and Molecular Engineering. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 1: 21-22

In the Staphylococcus aureus two-component system sae, the response regulator SaeR binds to a direct repeat sequence and DNA binding requires phosphorylation by the sensor kinase SaeS. Journal of Bacteriology 192(8): 2111-2127

In the Swat stack. Jems 39(7): 44, 46-9

In the UK some of the big contact lens (CL) companies have launched their spring 2009 road-shows. Editorial. Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 32(2): 47-47

In the United States, a Mother's Plans for Infant Feeding Are Associated with Her Plans for Employment. Journal of Human Lactation 30(3): 292-297

In the United States, negligible rates of zoonotic sarcocystosis occur in feral swine that, by contrast, frequently harbour infections with Sarcocystis miescheriana, a related parasite contracted from canids. Parasitology 142(4): 549-556

In the absence of ATPase activity, pre-RC formation is blocked prior to MCM2-7 hexamer dimerization. Nucleic Acids Research 41(5): 3162-3172

In the absence of BYPASS1-related gene function, the bps signal disrupts embryogenesis by an auxin-independent mechanism. Development 139(4): 805-815

In the absence of HCV infection, interferon stimulated gene expression in liver is not associated with IL28B genotype. Gastroenterology 139(4): 1422-1424

In the absence of Lgt, lipoproteins are shed from Streptococcus uberis independently of Lsp. Microbiology 155(Pt 1): 134-141

In the absence of Santa Claus. Public Health Reports 100(4): 355-355

In the absence of Sonic hedgehog, p53 induces apoptosis and inhibits retinal cell proliferation, cell-cycle exit and differentiation in zebrafish. Plos One 5(10): E13549-E13549

In the absence of a central venous catheter, risk of venous thromboembolism is low in critically injured children, adolescents, and young adults: evidence from the National Trauma Data Bank. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 12(3): 251-256

In the absence of animacy: superordinate category structure affects subordinate label verification. Plos One 8(12): E83282-E83282

In the absence of conflicting testimony young children trust inaccurate informants. Developmental Science 17(3): 443-451

In the absence of dental records, do we need forensic odontologists at mass grave sites?. Forensic Science International 201(1-3): 22-26

In the absence of diagnosed concussion in collegiate contact sport athletes, a relationship is suggested between the effects of head impact exposure, white matter diffusivity measures and cognition. Evidence-Based Medicine 19(4): 157-157

In the absence of distal runoff, open thromboendarterectomy can save the limb in patients with prolonged lower limb ischemia due to popliteal artery occlusion. Annals of Vascular Surgery 23(6): 821-821

In the absence of effector proteins, the Pseudomonas aeruginosa type three secretion system needle tip complex contributes to lung injury and systemic inflammatory responses. Plos One 8(11): E81792-E81792

In the absence of evidentiary harm, existing societal norms regarding parental authority should prevail. American Journal of Bioethics 14(3): 24-26

In the absence of frazzled over-expression of Abelson tyrosine kinase disrupts commissure formation and causes axons to leave the embryonic CNS. Plos One 5(3): E9822-E9822

In the absence of heart disease, smaller benefits from statins. Journal of Family Practice 56(3): 174-174

In the absence of marriage: long-term concurrent partnerships, pregnancy, and HIV risk dynamics among South African young adults. Aids and Behavior 14(5): 991-1000

In the absence of renal disease, 20 year mortality risk in type 1 diabetes is comparable to that of the general population: a report from the Pittsburgh Epidemiology of Diabetes Complications Study. Diabetologia 53(11): 2312-2319

In the absence of rose-colored glasses: ratings of self-attributes and their differential certainty and importance across multiple dimensions in social phobia. Behaviour Research and Therapy 47(1): 66-70

In the absence of such comparative benchmark(s), there have even been calls for local growth standards and, indeed, a redefinition of the cut-offs for low birthweight. Introduction. Bjog 120 Suppl 2: 1-2, V

In the absence of thioredoxins, what are the reductants for peroxiredoxins in Thermotoga maritima?. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 18(13): 1613-1622

In the absence of writhe, DNA relieves torsional stress with localized, sequence-dependent structural failure to preserve B-form. Nucleic Acids Research 37(16): 5568-5577

In the adult hippocampus, chronic nerve growth factor deprivation shifts GABAergic signaling from the hyperpolarizing to the depolarizing direction. Journal of Neuroscience 30(3): 885-893

In the adult mesenchymal stem cell population, source gender is a biologically relevant aspect of protective power. Surgery 142(2): 215-221

In the afterglow of the big bang. Science 327(5961): 26-29

In the aftermath of State v. Becker: a review of state and federal jury instructions on insanity acquittal disposition. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 40(4): 537-546

In the aftermath of erwadi incident. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 43(4): 368-369

In the aftermath of medical error: caring for patients, family, and the healthcare workers involved. Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung, Gesundheitsschutz 58(1): 80-86

In the aftermath of teenage suicide: a qualitative study of the psychosocial consequences for the surviving family members. Bmc Psychiatry 8(): 26-26

In the aftermath of the Fusarium keratitis outbreak: What have we learned?. Clinical Ophthalmology 1(4): 355-366

In the aftermath of the Qa'yamat: the Kashmir earthquake disaster in northern Pakistan. Disasters 34(1): 184-204

In the aftermath of the tsunami. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 53(3): 497-498

In the aftermath of tragedy: medical and psychiatric consequences. Academic Psychiatry 35(1): 4-7

In the aftermath of trauma: a community study of Bedouin IDF servicemen and their families. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences 49(3): 167-177

In the afternoon the boy was still in top condition. In the evening high fever and severe headache. Mmw Fortschritte der Medizin 150(47): 5-5

In the age of innovation. Connecticut Medicine 76(5): 309-310

In the age of novel therapies, what defines high-risk multiple myeloma?. Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network 8 Suppl 1: S28-S34

In the age of professionalism, student harassment is alive and well. Medical Education 42(5): 447-448

In the age of technology, Occam's razor still applies. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 9(5): 741-741

In the agricultural environment there is asthma and asthma... or the paradox of agricultural asthma. Revue des Maladies Respiratoires 24(9): 1083-1086

In the arc of history: AIHA and the movement to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 9(5): D87-D94

In the area. Mental Health Today: 16-18

In the arena of adrenal disorders significant progress has been made over the last few years. Preface. Best Practice & Research. Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 23(2): Vii-Vii

In the arms of Morpheus. American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology 302(2): F234-F235

In the arms of Morpheus: Actelion keeps sleepers from waking. Chemistry & Biology 16(2): 105-106

In the attraction, compromise, and similarity effects, alternatives are repeatedly compared in pairs on single dimensions. Cognition 132(1): 44-56

In the autophagy trenches: the early research career of Russell L. Deter. Interview by Daniel J Klionsky. Autophagy 4(8): 978-981

In the autumn of '69. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(41): 26-27

In the bag IOL dislocation following uncomplicated phacoemulsification. Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 31(2): 103-106

In the bag: meeting the needs of pregnant women and new parents in exile. Practising Midwife 12(5): 20-23

In the balance: With the drama of Supreme Court arguments over, providers are left to worry what will happen if the individual mandate is struck down. Modern Healthcare 42(14): 6-7, 14-5, 1

In the balance: the shift from hospitals into the community. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(34): 12-13

In the balance: weighing babies and the birth of the infant welfare clinic. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 84(1): 30-57

In the beginning. Annals of Plastic Surgery 58(6): 704-705

In the beginning. Development 139(11): 1889-1890

In the beginning of 1990-ties years still "outsider method". The triumphant advance of the minimally invasive surgery. Mmw Fortschritte der Medizin 151(48): 21-21

In the beginning there was babble... Autophagy 8(8): 1165-1167

In the beginning there was colectomy: current surgical options in familial adenomatous polyposis. Hereditary Cancer in Clinical Practice 2(4): 153-160

In the beginning there were soft collagen-cell gels: towards better 3D connective tissue models?. Experimental Cell Research 319(16): 2460-2469

In the beginning was a relationship. Revue Belge de Medecine Dentaire 63(2): 77-80

In the beginning, Escherichia coli assembled the proto-ring: an initial phase of division. Journal of Biological Chemistry 288(29): 20830-6

In the beginning, there was protein phosphorylation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 289(14): 9460-9462

In the beginning.. Science 215(4533): 649-649

In the beginning... Journal of Ect 25(1): 23-24

In the beginning...the origin and evolution of ASPAN's Perianesthesia Data Elements. Journal of Perianesthesia Nursing 22(6): 423-427

In the beginning: Generating neural crest cell diversity. Cell Adhesion & Migration 4(4): 622-630

In the beginning: How medical students choose (or do not choose) neurology. Annals of Neurology 75(4): 487-489

In the beginning: a Canadian ethnographic study on sources and definitions of spiritual reflection used by health care professionals who are not chaplains. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 64(1): 2.1-214

In the beginning: how to help your loved one accept a new diagnosis. Diabetes Forecast 67(3): 34, 36-34, 36

In the beginning: role of autonomy support on the motivation, mental health and intentions of participants entering an exercise referral scheme. Psychology & Health 26(6): 729-749

In the beginning: the establishment of the mammary lineage during embryogenesis. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 23(5): 574-582

In the beginning: the initiation of meiosis. Bioessays 29(6): 511-514

In the beginning…. Bacteriophage 1(1): 50-51

In the belly of the whale: some thoughts on preserving the integrity of the new bioethics commission. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 20(3): 291-297

In the best and worst of times. Health Service Journal: 18-18

In the best interest of our patients. General Dentistry 60(6): 466-466

In the best interest of the child: psychological and ethical reflections on traditions, contexts, and perspectives in pediatric clinical genomics. American Journal of Bioethics 14(3): 16-18

In the bivalirudin era, are we still looking for a potent antiplatelet agent?. Current Vascular Pharmacology 10(4): 476-478

In the blink of an eye: how surgical decisions are really made. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 66(2): 213-214

In the blink of an eye: neural responses elicited to viewing the eye blinks of another individual. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 68-68

In the blink of an eye: relating positive-feedback sensitivity to striatal dopamine D2-like receptors through blink rate. Journal of Neuroscience 34(43): 14443-14454

In the blink of an eye: the contribution of microsaccadic activity to the induced γ band response. International Journal of Psychophysiology 79(1): 73-82

In the blink of the mind's eye. Hastings Center Report 40(3): 21-23

In the book of life, the answers aren't in the back--Charlie Brown, fictional character of the Peanuts comic strip created by Charles Schulz. Annals of the Icrp 38(3): 3-5

In the business of dying: questioning the commercialization of hospice. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 39(2): 224-234

In the care of specialists. Medicina 69(4): 489-490

In the carotid body, galanin is a signal for neurogenesis in young, and for neurodegeneration in the old and in drug-addicted subjects. Frontiers in Physiology 5: 427-427

In the case of emergency re-sternotomy--additional antibiotics yes, but an iodine washout?. Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 7(3): 469-469

In the case of nonresponse to steroids, what is the second level of treatment in ulcerative colitis?. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 14 Suppl 2: S226-S227

In the case of nonresponse, what is the second-level treatment for induction of remission in Crohn's disease?. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 14 Suppl 2: S251-S252

In the case of transmission of Mycobacterium ulcerans in buruli ulcer disease Acanthamoeba species stand accused. Ghana Medical Journal 45(1): 31-34

In the case of "difficult" tracheotomy. Otolaryngologia Polska 62(1): 11-15

In the cauldron of cell-free synthesis of membrane proteins: playing with new surfactants. New Biotechnology 28(3): 255-261

In the cemetery of forgotten books. Journal of Investigative Surgery 20(5): 265-267

In the child with gastroenteritis who is unable to tolerate oral fluids, are there effective alternatives to intravenous hydration?. Annals of Emergency Medicine 60(5): 607-608

In the clinic. Abdominal aortic aneurysm. Annals of Internal Medicine 150(9): Itc5-1-15; Quiz Itc5-16

In the clinic. Acne. Annals of Internal Medicine 149(1): Itc1-1-Itc1-16

In the clinic. Acute pancreatitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(9): Itc51-5; Quiz Itc516

In the clinic. Acute sinusitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(5): Itc31-15; Quiz Itc316

In the clinic. Allergic rhinitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 146(7): Itc4-1-Itc4-16

In the clinic. Asthma. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(5): Itc3 2-15; Quiz Itc3 16-9

In the clinic. Atopic dermatitis (eczema). Annals of Internal Medicine 155(9): Itc51-15; Quiz Itc516

In the clinic. Atrial fibrillation. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(11): Itc61-15, Quiz Itc616

In the clinic. Breast cancer screening and prevention. Annals of Internal Medicine 152(7): Itc41-Itc41

In the clinic. Care of returning military personnel. Annals of Internal Medicine 159(1): Itc1-15; Quiz Itc16

In the clinic. Care of the adult cancer survivor. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(11): Itc6-Itc1

In the clinic. Celiac disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(9): Itc5-1-Itc5-15; Quiz Itc5-16

In the clinic. Cellulitis and soft-tissue infections. Annals of Internal Medicine 150(1): Itc11-Itc11

In the clinic. Chlamydia and gonorrhea. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(3): Itc2-Itc1

In the clinic. Chronic kidney disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 150(3): Itc2-1-15; Quiz Itc2-16

In the clinic. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(7): Itc4-1-Itc4-15; Quiz Itc4-16

In the clinic. Clostridium difficile Infection. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(7): Itc41-15; Quiz Itc416

In the clinic. Colorectal cancer screening. Annals of Internal Medicine 148(3): Itc2-1-Itc2-16

In the clinic. Common cutaneous parasites. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(5): -

In the clinic. Delirium. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(11): Itc6-1, Itc6-2, Itc6-3, Itc6-4, Itc6-5, Itc6-6, Itc6-7, Itc6-8, Itc6-9, Itc6-10, Itc6-11, Itc6-12, Itc6-13, Itc6-14, Itc6-15; Quiz Itc6-16

In the clinic. Dementia. Annals of Internal Medicine 148(7): Itc4-1-Itc4-16

In the clinic. Depression. Annals of Internal Medicine 152(9): Itc51-15; Quiz Itc5-16

In the clinic. Dyslipidemia. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(3): Itc21-Itc21

In the clinic. Eating disorders. Annals of Internal Medicine 156(7): Itc4-1, Itc4-2, Itc4-3, Itc4-4, Itc4-5, Itc4-6, Itc4-7, Itc4-8, Itc4-9, Itc4-10, Itc4-11, Itc4-12, Itc4-13, Itc4-14, Itc4-15, Quiz Itc4-16

In the clinic. Generalized anxiety disorder. Annals of Internal Medicine 159(11): Itc6-1, Itc6-2, Itc6-3, Itc6-4, Itc6-5, Itc6-6, Itc6-7, Itc6-8, Itc6-9, Itc6-10, Itc6-11; Quiz Itc6-12

In the clinic. Hearing loss. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(7): Itc4-1; Quiz Itc4-16

In the clinic. Heart failure. Annals of Internal Medicine 152(11): Itc61-15; Quiz Itc616

In the clinic. Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (diastolic dysfunction). Annals of Internal Medicine 158(1): Itc5-1-Itc5-15; Quiz Itc5-16

In the clinic. Hepatitis C. Annals of Internal Medicine 157(11): Itc6-1 - Itc6-16

In the clinic. Herpes zoster. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(5): Itc31-15; Quiz Itc316

In the clinic. Hip fracture. Annals of Internal Medicine 155(11): Itc6-1-Itc6-15; Quiz Itc6-16

In the clinic. Hypothyroidism. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(11): Itc61-Itc61

In the clinic. Influenza. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(9): Ict5-1-Ict5-15; Quiz Ict5-16

In the clinic. Insomnia. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(7): Itc1-15; Quiz Itc16

In the clinic. Irritable bowel syndrome. Annals of Internal Medicine 147(1): Itc7-1-Itc7-16

In the clinic. Low back pain. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(11): Itc6-Itc1

In the clinic. Lyme disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 157(3): Itc2-2 - Itc2-16

In the clinic. Management of newly diagnosed HIV infection. Annals of Internal Medicine 155(7): Itc41-Itc41

In the clinic. Menopause. Annals of Internal Medicine 150(7): Itc4-1-15; Quiz Itc4-16,

In the clinic. Migraine. Annals of Internal Medicine 159(9): Itc5-1, Itc5-2, Itc5-3, Itc5-4, Itc5-5, Itc5-6, Itc5-7, Itc5-8, Itc5-9, Itc5-10, Itc5-11, Itc5-12, Itc5-13, Itc5-14, Itc5-15; Quiz Itc5-16

In the clinic. Multiple sclerosis. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(7): Itc4-2-Itc4-18; Quiz Itc4-16

In the clinic. Nephrolithiasis. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(3): Itc2-Itc2

In the clinic. Obstructive sleep apnea. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(9): Itc1-15; Quiz Itc16

In the clinic. Osteoarthritis. Annals of Internal Medicine 161(1): Itc1-It16

In the clinic. Osteoporosis. Annals of Internal Medicine 155(1): Itc1-1-15; Quiz Itc1-16

In the clinic. Palliative care. Annals of Internal Medicine 156(3): Itc2-1, Tc2-2, Tc2-3, Tc2-4, Tc2-5, Tc2-6, Tc2-7, Tc2-8, Tc2-9, Tc2-10, Tc2-11, Tc2-12, Tc2-13, Tc2-14, Tc2-15; Quiz Tc2-16

In the clinic. Parkinson disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 157(9): Itc5-1 - Itc5-16

In the clinic. Pharyngitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 157(5): Itc3-1 - Itc3-16

In the clinic. Plantar fasciitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 156(1 Pt 1): Itc1-1, Itc1-2, Itc1-3, Itc1-4, Itc1-5, Itc1-6, Itc1-7, Itc1-8, Itc1-9, Itc1-10, Itc1-11, Itc1-12, Itc1-13, Itc1-14, Itc1-15; Quiz Itc1-16

In the clinic. Preoperative evaluation. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(1): Itc1-15, Quiz Itc16

In the clinic. Psoriasis. Annals of Internal Medicine 155(3): Itc2-1−ict2-15; Quiz Itc2-16

In the clinic. Pulmonary hypertension. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(9): Itc5-1 -16

In the clinic. Rheumatoid arthritis. Annals of Internal Medicine 153(1): Itc1-1-Itc1-15; Quiz Itc1-16

In the clinic. Screening for colorectal cancer. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(9): -

In the clinic. Sickle cell disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 155(5): Itc31-15; Quiz Itc316

In the clinic. Stable ischemic heart disease. Annals of Internal Medicine 160(1): Itc1-1-16; Quiz Itc1-16

In the clinic. The polycystic ovary syndrome. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(3): Itc2-2-Itc2-15; Quiz Itc2-16

In the clinic. Transient ischemic attack. Annals of Internal Medicine 154(1): Itc11-15; Quiz Itc1-16

In the clinic. Travel medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine 156(11): Itc6-1, Itc6-2, Itc6-3, Itc6-4, Itc6-5, Itc6-6, Itc6-7, Itc6-8, Itc6-9, Itc6-10, Itc6-11, Itc6-12, Itc6-13, Itc6-14, Itc6-15; Quiz Itc6-16

In the clinic. Tuberculosis. Annals of Internal Medicine 150(11): Itc61-614; Quiz Itv616

In the clinic. Type 2 diabetes. Annals of Internal Medicine 152(5): Itc31-15; Quiz Itc316

In the clinic. Urinary tract infection. Annals of Internal Medicine 156(5): Itc3-1-Itc3-15; Quiz Itc3-16

In the clinic. Vaginitis and cervicitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(5): Itc3-1-Itc3-15; Quiz Itc3-16

In the clinic: obesity. Annals of Internal Medicine 159(5): Itc3-1-Itc3-15; Quiz Itc3-16

In the clinic: ongoing clinical trials evaluating c-MET-inhibiting drugs. Therapeutic Advances in Medical Oncology 3(1 Suppl): S37-S50

In the closet-a close read of the metaphor. Virtual Mentor 12(8): 678-680

In the closing months of the year, we embrace the challenges of the future ahead. Orthopedic Nursing 32(6): 295-296

In the comfort of home. Minnesota Medicine 96(1): 24-29

In the coming year we should abandon interferons and glatiramer acetate as first line therapy for MS: no. Multiple Sclerosis 19(1): 26-28

In the coming year we should abandon interferons and glatiramer acetate as first-line therapy for MS: yes. Multiple Sclerosis 19(1): 24-25

In the company of cowbirds, Molothrus ater ater: robust patterns of sociability predict reproductive performance. Journal of Comparative Psychology 127(1): 40-48

In the company of givers and takers. Harvard Business Review 91(4): 90-7, 142

In the company of my sisters: sister circles as an anxiety intervention for professional African American women. Journal of Affective Disorders 129(1-3): 213-218

In the company of others: social factors alter acute alcohol effects. Psychopharmacology 230(2): 215-226

In the company of wolves. Journal of Small Animal Practice 50(10): 4-7

In the company of wolves: the physical, social, and psychological benefits of dog ownership. Journal of Aging and Health 20(4): 437-455

In the company we keep: social physique anxiety levels differ around parents and peers. Journal of Health Psychology 16(1): 42-49

In the context of performance monitoring, the caterpillar plot should be mothballed in favor of the funnel plot. Annals of Thoracic Surgery 86(1): 348; Author Reply 349-348; Author Reply 349

In the context of radiosurgery - pros and cons of rescanning as a solution for treating moving targets with scanned particle beams. Physica Medica 30(5): 551-554

In the coolout mode. Pflege Zeitschrift 67(8): 486-491

In the coroner's chair - substance misuse and suicide in young people: have we got the focus right?. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 17(4): 197-203

In the crisis, beyond the crisis. Epidemiologia E Prevenzione 37(4-5): 202-204

In the critically ill patient, diabetes predicts mortality independent of statin therapy but is not associated with acute lung injury: a cohort study. Critical Care Medicine 40(6): 1835-1843

In the critically ill, nothing-by-mouth infant, would enteral administration of simulated amniotic fluid improve feeding tolerance compared with the current practice of no therapy? An evidence-based review. Neonatal Network 30(2): 105-115

In the crosshairs: investigating lytic granules by high-resolution microscopy and electrophysiology. Frontiers in Immunology 4: 411-411

In the crucible. N.M. hospital puts disaster plan to the test. Modern Healthcare 41(36): 31-31

In the current issue of our journal, we have included two manuscripts in which the association gynecologic cancer or precancerous lesions and breast cancer are discussed. Introduction. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer 22(3): 341-341

In the cystoscopic follow-up of non-muscle-invasive transitional cell carcinoma, NMP-22 works for high grades, but unreliable in low grades and upper urinary tract tumors. International Urology and Nephrology 44(3): 793-798

In the dark winter of our discontent. Rhode Island Medical Journal 96(3): 10-11

In the dark--the case for electronic health records. New England Journal of Medicine 356(24): 2454-2455

In the dark: young men's stories of sexual initiation in the absence of relevant sexual health information. Health Education & Behavior 37(2): 243-263

In the dawn of magnets made from molecules. Chemical Communications 50(78): 11437-9

In the developing hippocampus kainate receptors control the release of GABA from mossy fiber terminals via a metabotropic type of action. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 717: 11-26

In the developing rat hippocampus, endogenous activation of presynaptic kainate receptors reduces GABA release from mossy fiber terminals. Journal of Neuroscience 30(5): 1750-1759

In the diagnosis of achalasia, "classic" might be "atypical". Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology 10(7): 821-822

In the diagnosis of arterial hypertension, 24-hour blood pressure monitoring is the most accurate method. Praxis 101(2): 133-134

In the diagnosis of limited prostate cancer, is observer variability an important consideration when compared with variability of patient outcome?. American Journal of Surgical Pathology 34(7): 1071-2; Author Reply 1072

In the dock: threat of litigation. Midwives 12(3): 43-43

In the doctor's absence. Lancet 378(9806): E10-E11

In the doctor's office: a parent perspective. Pediatric Clinics of North America 59(1): 13-8, Ix

In the dragon's den: a response to the meta-analysis forum contributions. Ecology 91(9): 2568-2571

In the driver's seat: state legislatures speed through 2004. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 89(12): 13-16

In the driver's seat: students' perspectives on a formative OSCE in a multisite OB/GYN clerkship. Medical Teacher 35(10): 875-875

In the ear of the beholder: how age shapes emotion processing in nonverbal vocalizations. Emotion 14(1): 145-160

In the ear of the beholder: neural correlates of adaptation to voice gender. European Journal of Neuroscience 30(3): 527-534

In the elderly, failure to update internal models leads to over-optimistic predictions about upcoming actions. Plos One 8(1): E51218-E51218

In the end it's the patient who decides. Lakartidningen 104(51-52): 3898-3898

In the end what matters most? A review of clinical endpoints in advanced breast cancer. Oncologist 16(1): 25-35

In the end, what's the problem?. Molecular Cell 53(6): 855-856

In the end, "sex is complicated". Journal of Sexual Medicine 4(3): 523-525

In the era of 'non-closure of the peritoneum', how to open it? (Not every simple method is optimal, but every optimal method is simple). Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 88(1): 119-119

In the era of beta-blockers better is the VE/VCO2 slope for heart transplant selection in patients with systolic heart failure. International Journal of Cardiology 172(2): E314-E315

In the era of micro-dissection sperm retrieval (m-TESE) is an isolated testicular biopsy necessary in the management of men with non-obstructive azoospermia?. Bju International 109(3): 418-424

In the era of recombinant BMP, does additional anterior stabilization add value to a posterolateral fusion?. Evidence-Based Spine-Care Journal 3(4): 21-25

In the era of routine use of CT scan for acute abdominal pain, should all adults with small bowel intussusception undergo surgery?. American Surgeon 75(10): 958-961

In the era of stabilize and seal, is there a role for GP IIb/IIIa agents in PCI?. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 75(6): 903-904

In the era of systematic reviews, does the size of an individual trial still matter. Plos Medicine 5(1): E4-E4

In the era of the Royal Society of Medicine. Medecine Sciences 29(6-7): 656-663

In the era of the universal use of statins dyslipidemia's are still common in heart transplant recipients: a cross-sectional study. Transplantation Proceedings 43(8): 3071-3073

In the era of total mesorectal excision: adjuvant radiotherapy may be unnecessary for pT3N0 rectal cancer. Radiation Oncology 9(): 159-159

In the event of disaster. West Virginia Medical Journal 105(3): 7-7

In the extremes--traumatic insemination. Molecular Reproduction and Development 78(5): Fmi-Fmi

In the eye (and ears) of the beholder: receiver psychology and human signal design. Evolutionary Anthropology 23(4): 136-145

In the eye of Katrina: surviving the storm and rebuilding an academic department of psychiatry. Academic Psychiatry 31(3): 183-187

In the eye of experimental cerebral malaria. American Journal of Pathology 179(3): 1104-1109

In the eye of the B-holder: natural history of chronic hepatitis B. Hepatology 58(1): 6-8

In the eye of the Cuban epidemic neuropathy storm: Rosaralis Santiesteban MD PhD, Neurology and Neurosurgery Institute. Interview by Christina Mills. Medicc Review 13(1): 10-15

In the eye of the Horus! Report and findings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, Cairo, 20-24 October, 2008. Gynakologisch-Geburtshilfliche Rundschau 49(2): 100-103

In the eye of the beholder--skin rejuvenation using a light-emitting diode photomodulation device. Dermatologic Surgery 35(2): 229-239

In the eye of the beholder. Risk perception. Australian Family Physician 38(4): 181-181

In the eye of the beholder: Commentary on an article by Joshua D. Auerbach, MD, et al.: "Mitigating adverse event reporting bias in spine surgery". Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume 95(16): E120(1-2)

In the eye of the beholder: Inhomogeneous distribution of high-resolution shapes within the random-walk ensemble. Journal of Chemical Physics 130(21): 214904-214904

In the eye of the beholder: a survey of models for eyes and gaze. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 32(3): 478-500

In the eye of the beholder: does the master see the SameSpots as the novice?. Journal of Proteome Research 9(3): 1522-1532

In the eye of the beholder: eye contact increases resistance to persuasion. Psychological Science 24(11): 2254-2261

In the eye of the beholder: eye-tracking assessment of social information processing in aggressive behavior. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 38(5): 587-599

In the eye of the beholder: individual differences in perceived social isolation predict regional brain activation to social stimuli. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21(1): 83-92

In the eye of the beholder: individual differences in reward-drive modulate early frontocentral ERPs to angry faces. Neuropsychologia 47(3): 825-834

In the eye of the beholder: internally driven uncertainty of danger recruits the amygdala and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22(10): 2263-2275

In the eye of the beholder: perceived, actual, and peer-rated similarity in personality, communication, and friendship intensity during the acquaintanceship process. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 96(6): 1152-1165

In the eye of the beholder: preferences of patients, family physicians, and surgeons for lumbar spinal surgery. Spine 35(1): 108-115

In the eye of the beholder: reduced threat-bias and increased gaze-imitation towards reward in relation to trait anger. Plos One 7(2): E31373-E31373

In the eye of the beholder: sex and race estimation using the human orbital aperture. Journal of Forensic Sciences 56(6): 1424-1429

In the eye of the beholder: student perspectives on professional roles in practice. Medical Education 47(4): 397-407

In the eye of the beholder: the effect of rater variability and different rating scales on QTL mapping. Phytopathology 101(2): 290-298

In the eye of the beholder? Universality and cultural specificity in the expression and perception of emotion. International Journal of Psychology 46(6): 401-435

In the eye of the storm or the bullseye of the media: social media use during Hurricane Sandy as a predictor of post-traumatic stress. Journal of Psychiatric Research 47(8): 1099-1100

In the eye of the storm: T cell behavior in the inflammatory microenvironment. American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Immunology 2(2): 146-155

In the eye of the storm: resilience and vulnerability among African American women in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Health Care for Women International 31(11): 1013-1027

In the eyes of residents good supervisors need to be more than engaged physicians: the relevance of teacher work engagement in residency training. Advances in Health Sciences Education 20(2): 441-455

In the eyes of the Dunedin public, what constitutes professionalism in medicine?. Journal of Primary Health Care 3(1): 10-15

In the eyes of the beholder!. Anesthesiology 115(4): 681-682

In the eyes of the beholder: A non-self-report measure of workplace deviance. Journal of Applied Psychology 94(1): 207-215

In the eyes of the beholder: National identification predicts differential reactions to ethnic identity expressions. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology 20(3): 362-369

In the eyes of the beholder: exploring psychologists' attitudes towards and use of e-therapy in Norway. Cyberpsychology & Behavior 10(3): 418-423

In the eyes of the beholder: population perspectives on performance priorities for primary care in Canada. Healthcare Policy 4(2): 86-100

In the eyes of the beholder:assessment by clients on healthcare delivery in a large teaching hospital in Ghana. West African Journal of Medicine 32(1): 31-39

In the eyes of the law: malpractice litigation in oculoplastic surgery. Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 30(2): 119-123

In the face of anger: startle modulation to graded facial expressions. Psychophysiology 47(5): 874-878

In the face of cancer. Cmaj 180(6): 645-646

In the face of contradictory evidence: report of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans Committee. Nutrition 26(10): 915-924

In the face of danger: exploring the attentional blink to emotional facial expressions in PTSD. Psychiatry Research 209(2): 180-185

In the face of diversity. Practising Midwife 16(6): 4-4

In the face of fear: anxiety sensitizes defensive responses to fearful faces. Psychophysiology 48(12): 1745-1752

In the face of it all. Journal of Hospital Medicine 6(2): 98-102

In the face of more budget cuts, nurses face uphill struggle to secure fair pay. Nursing Standard 1987) 28(44): 36-36

In the face of uncertainty about the risks of low-level drinking, abstinence is prudent, not misogynistic, advice. American Journal of Bioethics 11(12): 66-67

In the face of uncertainty: a twin study of ambiguous information, anxiety and depression in children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36(1): 55-65

In the face of war: examining sexual vulnerabilities of Acholi adolescent girls living in displacement camps in conflict-affected Northern Uganda. Bmc International Health and Human Rights 12(): 38-38

In the family way: transition to parenthood. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 27: 1797-1800

In the fast lane: large-scale bacterial genome engineering. Journal of Biotechnology 160(1-2): 72-79

In the fast-moving world of information technology, JJCO places much emphasis on the online accessibility of its articles. Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology 42(1): 1-1

In the field of basic. Environmental Science & Technology 28(5): 233a-233a

In the field of cardiac resynchronization therapy is left ventricular pacing via the coronary sinus a mature technique. Europace 11(5): 544-545

In the field: exploiting the untapped potential of immunogenic modulation by radiation in combination with immunotherapy for the treatment of cancer. Frontiers in Oncology 2: 104-104

In the field: exploring nature with Carolus Linnaeus. Endeavour 34(2): 45-49

In the fight against advanced glycation end-products (AGEs), you should treat OSA, shouldn't you?. Sleep Medicine 13(1): 5-6

In the final stretch: standardizing APRN practice. American Journal of Nursing 112(7): 21-22

In the footsteps of Elizabeth Blackwell. Clinical Medicine 7(6): 541-541

In the footsteps of Florence. Nursing Management 17(9): 8-8

In the footsteps of Virchow. Jacc. Cardiovascular Imaging 7(4): 432-433

In the footsteps of Wilcock, Part one: The evolution of doing, being, becoming, and belonging. Occupational Therapy in Health Care 28(3): 231-246

In the footsteps of Wilcock, Part two: The interdependent nature of doing, being, becoming, and belonging. Occupational Therapy in Health Care 28(3): 247-263

In the footsteps of biological motion and multisensory perception: judgments of audiovisual temporal relations are enhanced for upright walkers. Psychological Science 19(5): 469-475

In the footsteps of nurse editors and scholars: ideas, information and inspiration. International Nursing Review 60(3): 279-280

In the footsteps of nurses. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 107(1): 65-7, 81-3

In the forefront. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 23(1): 1-1

In the forefront of basic and translational cancer research - 7th AACR-JCA Joint International Conference. Idrugs 10(4): 224-226

In the forefront of basic and translational cancer research: Seventh Joint Conference of the American Association for Cancer Research and the Japanese Cancer Association. Cancer Research 67(10): 4556-4559

In the form of an addendum to the article "Cardiac Chloride Channels". Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine 3(4): 113-114

In the four-eyed fish (Anableps anableps), the regions of the retina exposed to aquatic and aerial light do not express the same set of opsin genes. Biology Letters 8(1): 86-89

In the front line: the impact of specialist training for hospital physicians in children at risk on their collaboration with social workers. Social Work in Health Care 53(7): 617-639

In the game. Making a game of improving health and wellness. Hospitals & Health Networks 87(7): 18-18

In the general gynecological literature, communications about infections in obstetrics and gynecology are certainly not in proportion with the frequency and severity of the pathology as we encounter it every day in our clinical practice. Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation 70(4): 221-223

In the grip of fear: dissociations in attentional processing of animal fearful individuals. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 56(1): 11-17

In the grip of the unknown. Newsweek 153(16): 42-47

In the gut's microbial community, one plus one equals many (effects). Plos Biology 4(12): E447-E447

In the halls of academe. Penn Dental Journal: 8-11

In the hands of the British: the treatment of American POWs during the War of Independence. Historian; A Journal of History 62(4): 731-757

In the hands of your enemy. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 14(6): 456-462

In the heart of Brazil, a healthy capital--the participation of doctors and sanitarists in the construction of Brasília (1956-1960). Historia, Ciencias, Saude--Manguinhos 16 Suppl 1: 289-312

In the heart of a dynamic chromatin. Chemistry & Biology 18(4): 410-412

In the heart of the district. 50 interviews with the health professionals of the Lazio Region districts, Italy. Annali di Igiene 22(3): 245-252

In the heart or in the head: relationship and cognitive influences on sexual risk among young couples. Aids and Behavior 16(6): 1522-1531

In the heat of a signal: responding to a vaccine safety signal for febrile seizures after 2010-11 influenza vaccine in young children, United States. Vaccine 30(11): 2032-2034

In the heat of the moment: assessing anxiety and hot flashes in postmenopausal women. Menopause 18(2): 121-122

In the heat of the night--alternative pathway respiration drives thermogenesis in Philodendron bipinnatifidum. New Phytologist 189(4): 1013-1026

In the here and now: enhanced motor corticospinal excitability in novices when watching live compared to video recorded dance. Cognitive Neuroscience 4(2): 90-98

In the homestretch. Medical Economics 88(9): 32-5, 39

In the hospital test: germicidal copper. Metal coatings on door knobs and light switches to prevent infections. Kinderkrankenschwester 27(12): 517-517

In the hospitals, professions are in reform. Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere: 29-30

In the hot seat. Study questions FDA's fast-track process. Modern Healthcare 41(8): 16-16

In the hour of Sugammadex. Korean Journal of Anesthesiology 64(1): 3-5

In the human urothelium and suburothelium, intradetrusor botulinum neurotoxin type A does not induce apoptosis: preliminary results. European Urology 57(5): 879-883

In the hunt for the "sultans of smack:" dope, gangsters and the construction of the Turkish deep state. Middle East Journal 65(3): 426-441

In the hypoxic central nervous system, endothelial cell proliferation is followed by astrocyte activation, proliferation, and increased expression of the alpha 6 beta 4 integrin and dystroglycan. Glia 58(10): 1157-1167

In the identification of cardiovascular risk with the SCORE model, could we recommend its calculation interchangeably with total cholesterol or atherogenic index? Concordance between total cholesterol and atherogenic index in the SCORE table. Revista Espanola de Cardiologia 64(5): 421-423

In the infant's mind's ear: evidence for implicit naming in 18-month-olds. Psychological Science 21(7): 908-913

In the intensive medicine services, informed consent should be requested for non-urgent transfusion. Medicina Intensiva 33(3): 149-149

In the interest of all who value their purse and their health: a brief history of the ''Vereniging tegen de Kwakzalverij''--Society Against Quackery--of the Netherlands. Evaluation & the Health Professions 32(4): 343-348

In the interest of full disclosure. Lancet. Oncology 11(4): 314-5; Author Reply 315

In the interest of privacy. Deborah Peel has some blunt words on the increased push for data-mining. Modern Healthcare 37(20): 30-31

In the issue before the reader, we have the first of several special issues under the new editorial staff. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 32(2): 139-139

In the jungle. Clinical and Translational Science 3(6): 267-267

In the jungle of time: the concept of identity as a way out. Frontiers in Psychology 5: 844-844

In the know: cognitive and social factors in mental health nursing assessment. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19(9-10): 1298-1306

In the lab and the field: punishment is rare in equilibrium. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35(1): 26-28

In the laboratory and during free-flight: old honey bees reveal learning and extinction deficits that mirror mammalian functional decline. Plos One 5(10): E13504-E13504

In the laboratory of the Geisterbaron: experimental parapsychology in Germany. Clio Medica 88: 131-189

In the laboratory of the Ghost-Baron: parapsychology in Germany in the early 20th century. Endeavour 33(4): 152-157

In the laboratory of the states: the progress of Glucksberg's invitation to states to address end-of-life choice. Michigan Law Review 106(8): 1593-1612

In the labyrinth of calcium metabolism. Orvosi Hetilap 154(9): 351-355

In the lair of the facist beast...and a small serving of semantics on the side. Nursing New Zealand 19(5): 5-5

In the land of double-blind studies the case report is king. Netherlands Journal of Medicine 71(10): 500-501

In the land of no evidence, is the salesman king?. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 138(3): 247-249

In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. Anesthesiology 120(3): 523-525

In the last 15 years, survival in Italian children (0-14 years) is increased by 12%. Epidemiologia E Prevenzione 38(1): 62-62

In the left corner: the starving endocrinologist. Virtual Mentor 7(11): -

In the life: a case of autonomy, exploitation, and undue influence in geriatric home care. Care Management Journals 14(4): 221-229

In the light of current knowledge right ventricle. Turk Kardiyoloji Dernegi Arsivi 42(6): 574-584

In the light of day: plant photomorphogenesis. Molecular Plant 1(1): 2-3

In the light of evolution. Vojnosanitetski Pregled 66(11): 933-934

In the light of evolution VII: The human mental machinery. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110 Suppl 2: 10339-10342

In the light of evolution VIII: Darwinian thinking in the social sciences. Introduction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111 Suppl 3: 10781-4

In the light of experience. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(6): 62-63

In the light of mourning: spiritual transformations between trauma and presence. Psychoanalytic Review 95(4): 625-654

In the light of the metabolic memory theory, should not all aged people with dysglycemia be treated?. Rejuvenation Research 13(5): 599-605

In the limb AER Bmp2 and Bmp4 are required for dorsal-ventral patterning and interdigital cell death but not limb outgrowth. Developmental Biology 327(2): 516-523

In the line of duty: a study of ambulance drivers during the 2010 conflict in Kashmir. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 27(4): 381-384

In the line of fire. Bmj 336(7636): 114-115

In the line of fire--21st-century approach to an ancient war injury. Journal of Forensic Sciences 54(2): 408-410

In the line of fire--the neurosurgery morning meeting. British Journal of Neurosurgery 25(3): 434-434

In the line of fire: traumatic brain injury among Iraq War veterans. Aaohn Journal 56(8): 347-53; Quiz 354-5

In the line of sight of court hearings reviewing involuntary confinement: mental state and dangerousness.. Sante Mentale au Quebec 26(1): 181-201

In the lion's den? Experiences of interaction with research ethics committees. Journal of Medical Ethics 38(4): 224-227

In the literature. Piperacillin-tazobactam and extended-spectrum β-lactamase--producing Escherichia coli. Clinical Infectious Diseases 57(10): Iii-Iiv

In the literature: cancer incidence before and after kidney transplantation. American Journal of Kidney Diseases 49(6): 732-735

In the literature: combating coercion: breech birth, parturient choice, and the evolution of evidence-based maternity care. Birth 34(2): 176-180

In the literature: home birth: safe enough, but not for the first baby. Birth 39(2): 165-167

In the long run, healthcare costs appear to be related to overweight and obesity at younger ages. Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research 5(2): 125-130

In the long run, skills are as good as pills for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Medical Journal of Australia 188(3): 133-134

In the loop: long range chromatin interactions and gene regulation. Briefings in Functional Genomics 10(1): 3-10

In the lymelight: law and clinical practice guidelines. Southern Medical Journal 102(6): 626-630

In the management of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis in adults. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology 6(3): 252; Author Reply 252-252; Author Reply 252

In the margins of the mind: development of a projective research methodology for the study of nursing practice. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice 22(1): 10-23

In the margins: writing on medicine in Korea after 1876. Ui Sahak 19(2): 255-297

In the market for change. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(33): 20-21

In the market for proper sanitation. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 88(3): 167-168

In the matter of sex...sex matters in medical-scientific research. Nutrition 24(7-8): 767-768

In the measurement of amniotic fluid vertical pockets, are all pockets of similar depth the same?. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 31(4): 666; Author Reply 666-666; Author Reply 666

In the media spotlight. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(10): 62-63

In the memory of Natal'ia Petrovna Bekhtereva. Fiziologiia Cheloveka 34(6): 5-9

In the memory of Professor Cesare T. Lombroso with great gratitude. Brain & Development 36(4): 275-276

In the memory of Professor Felicidad Cua-Lim. Asia Pacific Allergy 4(4): 185-186

In the merging lane. Wegmiller was ahead of the pack in healthcare integration. Modern Healthcare 43(10): H6-H8

In the middle. Circulation. Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology 7(5): 982-983

In the middle and on the sideline: the experience of spouses of men with prostate cancer. Cancer Nursing 36(3): E7-E14

In the middle of confusion. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 100(4): 26-7, 51-3

In the middle of it all: a centered approach to chromosome analysis. Expert Opinion on Medical Diagnostics 2(2): 221-229

In the middle of it all: mutual mechanical regulation between the nucleus and the cytoskeleton. Journal of Biomechanics 43(1): 2-8

In the midnight hour: Cancer and nightmares. A review of theories and interventions in psycho-oncology. Palliative & Supportive Care 9(2): 191-200

In the midst of chest pain, poly valence and nursing mobility in the service of performance. Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere: S10-S12

In the midst of sickness. Health Affairs 28(4): 1171-1176

In the midst of society. Pflege Zeitschrift 66(12): 705-705

In the mind of another shame and acute psychiatric inpatient care: an exploratory study. A report on phase one: service users. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 15(9): 749-757

In the mind of the beholder: hypothesized effect of intrapartum nurses' cognitive frames of childbirth cesarean section rates. Qualitative Health Research 17(5): 612-624

In the mind of the market: theory of mind biases value computation during financial bubbles. Neuron 79(6): 1222-1231

In the mind or in the brain? Scientific evidence for central sensitisation in chronic fatigue syndrome. European Journal of Clinical Investigation 42(2): 203-212

In the mind's eye: provider and patient attitudes on functional brain imaging. Journal of Psychiatric Research 43(2): 107-114

In the moment. Community Practitioner 82(5): 34-35

In the moment: attitudinal measure of pediatrician management of maternal depression. Ambulatory Pediatrics 7(3): 239-246

In the moment: women speak about surgical treatment decision making days after a breast cancer diagnosis. Oncology Nursing Forum 36(5): E257-E265

In the mood for adaptation: how affect regulates conflict-driven control. Psychological Science 21(11): 1629-1634

In the mood for science: a discussion of emotion management in a pharmacogenomics research encounter in Denmark. Social Science & Medicine 72(5): 781-788

In the mood for wiping out vaccine-preventable diseases. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 92(4): 236-237

In the mood to get over yourself: mood affects theory-of-mind use. Emotion 8(5): 725-730

In the multi-domain protein adenylate kinase, domain insertion facilitates cooperative folding while accommodating function at domain interfaces. Plos Computational Biology 10(11): E1003938-E1003938

In the name of global health: trends in academic institutions. Journal of Public Health Policy 29(4): 383-401

In the name of good intentions: nurses' perspectives on caring for a pregnant patient in a persistent vegetative state. Critical Care Nurse 30(1): 40-46

In the name of humanism--think about it!. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 128(1): 68-68

In the name of science: don't tamper with the deceptive truth... Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 9(14): 1676-1677

In the name of spontaneity. Analytical Chemistry 80(17): 6462-6466

In the name of the Muse. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery 37(1): 1-6

In the name of the father: conceptualizing "Pater Familias" in the letters of William the Silent's children. Renaissance Quarterly 62(4): 1130-1166

In the name of the greater good?. Emerging Health Threats Journal 2: E12-E12

In the name of the human being: reflections on suicide within its root causes. Sante Mentale au Quebec 37(2): 257-273

In the name of the respect of secularism at hospital. Gynecologie, Obstetrique & Fertilite 37(3): 282-282

In the name of treatment: ending abuses in compulsory drug detention centers. Addiction 107(4): 689-691

In the national epidemiological bulletins--a selection from current issues. Euro Surveillance 14(50): -

In the national interest. British Medical Journal 1(5487): 557-558

In the near future, our readership can look forward to reading the "editor's choice". International Journal of Cancer 124(1): X-X

In the neighborhood: metabolic outcomes among residents exposed to aircraft noise. Environmental Health Perspectives 122(7): A193-A193

In the net for your health. Semergen 39(5): 245-246

In the new NHS, you are what you tweet. Health Service Journal 122(6317): 16-17

In the new era of ultrasound guidance: is pneumothorax from supraclavicular block a rare complication of the past?. British Journal of Anaesthesia 113(1): 190-191

In the new year, resolve to be a better nurse. Journal of Infusion Nursing 32(1): 13-14

In the newborn hippocampus, neurotrophin-dependent survival requires spontaneous activity and integrin signaling. Journal of Neuroscience 31(21): 7791-7800

In the news! An opinion - don't say …. Education for Health 25(3): 211-212

In the news! An opinion - not in the news (2). Education for Health 21(1): 191-191

In the news! An opinion - paying to publish. Education for Health 26(1): 66-67

In the news! An opinion - the theory of practice. Education for Health 22(1): 337-337

In the news! An opinion feelings about students' emotions. Education for Health 23(2): 515-515

In the news! An opinion – health for, or health of the people?. Education for Health 23(3): 580-580

In the news! An opinion--Higher fidelity does not equal more effective learning. Education for Health 25(1): 64-65

In the news! An opinion--bad apples or bad basket?. Education for Health 24(1): 659-659

In the news! An opinion--scientific conduct?. Education for Health 24(3): 754-754

In the news! An opinion--teachers unite!. Education for Health 21(3): 281-281

In the news! An opinion--unhealthy conflict. Education for Health 25(2): 128-129

In the news! An opinion: "One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain". Education for Health 26(2): 133-134

In the nick of time: Despite 2 treatments a cervical ectopic pregnancy continued to advance. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 206(5): 450.E1-2

In the nighttime of your fear: The anatomy of compassion in the healing of the sick. Palliative & Supportive Care 9(2): 215-221

In the non-insect-transmissible line of onion yellows phytoplasma (OY-NIM), the plasmid-encoded transmembrane protein ORF3 lacks the major promoter region. Microbiology 155(Pt 6): 2058-2067

In the nose of the beholder: are olfactory influences on human mate choice driven by variation in immune system genes or sex hormone levels?. Experimental Biology and Medicine 235(11): 1277-1281

In the ovary, the Rhox library is the lender and some genes are the borrowers. Biology of Reproduction 88(5): 127-127

In the palace of the sultan: 2007 American Society for Clinical Investigation Presidential Address. Journal of Clinical Investigation 117(6): 1727-1731

In the parents' view: weight perception accuracy, disturbed eating patterns and mental health problems among young adolescents. Journal of Eating Disorders 2(1): 9-9

In the path of contagion: history, aesthetics, and medicine. Locus 8(1): 67-78

In the pink. Advance for Nurse Practitioners 15(10): 12-12

In the pipeline for psoriasis: upcoming psoriasis treatments. Cutis 93(3): E12-E16

In the pipeline: new oral anticoagulants for the prevention of venous thromboembolism. Orthopedics 32(1): 35-35

In the pipeline: non-stimulant ADHD meds. Behavioral Healthcare 30(1): 30-31

In the plan: more than 100 lung cancer centers in Germany. Looking at bronchial carcinoma. Mmw Fortschritte der Medizin 151(15): 12-14

In the preferred setting? Reimbursement's role in hospice vs. skilled nursing. Modern Healthcare 43(3): 30-31

In the presence of IL-21 human cord blood T cells differentiate to IL-10-producing Th1 but not Th17 or Th2 cells. International Immunology 25(3): 157-169

In the presence of danger: The extracellular matrix defensive response to central nervous system injury. Neural Regeneration Research 9(4): 377-384

In the presence of fluoride, free Sc³⁺ is not a good predictor of Sc bioaccumulation by two unicellular algae: possible role of fluoro-complexes. Environmental Science & Technology 48(16): 9754-9761

In the presence of strong P2Y12 receptor blockade, aspirin provides little additional inhibition of platelet aggregation. Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis 9(3): 552-561

In the present. Interview by Mary-Claire Mason. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(33): 24-24

In the primary care setting, the value of adjunctive aids for oral cancer examinations remains unanswered (UT CAT #265). Texas Dental Journal 128(10): 1102-1102

In the production of knowledge in Occupational Health it is necessary to be committed. Ciencia & Saude Coletiva 18(11): 3113-3113

In the psychiatrist's chair: how neurologists understand conversion disorder. Brain 132(Pt 10): 2889-2896

In the public domain. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(47): 61-61

In the public good. Journal of the Irish Dental Association 58(3 Suppl): S4-S5

In the public interest: assessing expert and stakeholder influence in public deliberation about biobanks. Public Understanding of Science 19(4): 486-496

In the public interest: intellectual disability, the Supreme Court, and the death penalty. American Psychologist 65(8): 743-748

In the public interest?. Optometry 82(4): 199-201

In the public interest?. Science Translational Medicine 4(144): 144fs23-144fs23

In the public's interest. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(8): 1-1

In the pursuit for better actinide ligands: an efficient strategy for their discovery. Journal of the American Chemical Society 130(16): 5542-5551

In the pursuit of classifying severe cutaneous adverse reactions. Clinics in Dermatology 25(3): 348-349

In the pursuit of scholarly activities. Journal of Investigative Surgery 23(6): 335-341

In the pursuit of small "red shift" of C-H stretching vibrational frequency of C-H...pi interactions for benzene dimer: How to amend MP2 calculations to reproduce the experimental results. Journal of Chemical Physics 130(8): 081101-081101

In the quest of drugs for bad bugs: are newer fluoroquinolones any better?. Journal of Laboratory Physicians 3(2): 130-131

In the rat brain acetyl-L-carnitine treatment modulates the expression of genes involved in neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis. Molecular Neurobiology 38(2): 146-152

In the rat maximal dentate activation model of partial complex epilepsy, the anticonvulsant activity of levetiracetam is modulated by nitric oxide-active drugs. Journal of Neural Transmission 116(7): 831-839

In the real world. Australian Family Physician 37(11): 901-901

In the real world, faster diagnoses are not necessarily more accurate. Academic Medicine 88(3): 298-298

In the realm for standardization in immunophenotyping. Cytometry. Part A 81(11): 931-932

In the realm of ideas: "inside and outside the box". World Neurosurgery 76(5): 363-363

In the realms of the unreal: Henry Darger. JAMA Psychiatry 70(11): 1125-1126

In the red zone. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia 97(3): 25-26

In the right direction. Nursing Standard 1987) 22(43): 62-63

In the right direction. Obama wants to move us 'forward' during his second term, but will we follow?. Modern Healthcare 42(46): 24-24

In the right direction: way-finding isn't just about signage any longer. Modern Healthcare 41(30): 32-32

In the right order of brush strokes: a sketch of a software philosophy retrospective. Springerplus 3: 186-186

In the right place at the right time: Parnassia resolves the herkogamy dilemma by accurate repositioning of stamens and stigmas. Annals of Botany 113(1): 97-103

In the right place at the right time: analysis of p53 serine 312 phosphorylation in vivo. Cell Cycle 10(9): 1345-1346

In the ring with a raging bull: unresectable localized esophageal carcinoma. Onkologie 33(5): 220-221

In the ring with polycystic kidney disease--avoiding the knockout punch. Journal of Pathology 223(1): 1-3

In the routine HIV testing era, primary care physicians in community health centers remain unaware of HIV testing recommendations. Journal of the International Association of Providers of Aids Care 13(4): 296-299

In the ruins of Babel: pitfalls on the way toward a universal language for research ethics and benefit sharing. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 20(3): 341-355

In the ruins of representation: identity, individuality, subjectification. British Journal of Social Psychology 47(Pt 1): 139-165

In the rush for green gold: Can green tea delay age-progressive brain neurodegeneration?. Recent Patents on Cns Drug Discovery 7(3): 205-217

In the same boat? Health risks of water recreation are not limited to full-contact activities. Environmental Health Perspectives 120(2): A77-A77

In the same vein. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(42): 21-21

In the sandbox: palliative care and hematologic malignancies. Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology 12(2): 44-45

In the search for effective and safe dose of amikacin in patients with chronic kidney disease. Polski Merkuriusz Lekarski 36(214): 240-244

In the search for genes responsible for neural tube defects, glucose metabolism matters. Reproductive Sciences 15(1): 7-8

In the search for the treatment of compensatory sweating. Thescientificworldjournal 2012(): 134547-134547

In the search of a cause of Crohn's disease. Indian Journal of Gastroenterology 28(5): 165-168

In the search of fundamental inner bond strength of solid elements. Thescientificworldjournal 2014: 347360-347360

In the search of the magic bullet …. Gastroenterology 139(5): 1453-1457

In the secretory endometria of women, luminal epithelia exhibit gene and protein expressions that differ from those of glandular epithelia. Fertility and Sterility 102(1): 307-317.E7

In the sense of transcription regulation by G-quadruplexes: asymmetric effects in sense and antisense strands. Biochemistry 53(23): 3711-3718

In the service of an angel. Rn 71(5): 52-52

In the service of humankind. Interview by Kristie Nybo. Biotechniques 50(1): 16-16

In the service of the board. Trustee 64(2): 6-7

In the service of uropathology. Students congratulate Prof. Dr. F. Hofstädter on his milestone birthday. Der Pathologe 29(5): 329-330

In the shadow of Darwin: Anton de Bary's origin of myxomycetology and a molecular phylogeny of the plasmodial slime molds. Theory in Biosciences 129(1): 15-23

In the shadow of HIV/AIDS: forgotten diseases in sub-Saharan Africa: global health issues and funding agency responsibilities. Journal of Public Health Policy 33(4): 430-438

In the shadow of Iraq: posttraumatic stress disorder in 2007. Journal of General Internal Medicine 22(6): 888-889

In the shadow of a new smoke free policy: A discourse analysis of health care providers' engagement in tobacco control in community mental health. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 4(): 23-23

In the shadow of a rainbow: the history of animal hospice. Veterinary Clinics of North America. Small Animal Practice 41(3): 477-498

In the shadow of academic medical centers: a systematic review of urban health research in Baltimore City. Journal of Community Health 35(4): 433-452

In the shadow of death: existential and spiritual concerns among persons receiving palliative care. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 68(1-2): 4-4

In the shadow of hemagglutinin: a growing interest in influenza viral neuraminidase and its role as a vaccine antigen. Viruses 6(6): 2465-2494

In the shadow of phylogenetic uncertainty: the recent diversification of Lysandra butterflies through chromosomal change. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69(3): 469-478

In the shadow of the Cosmetic Directive--inconsistencies in EU environmental hazard classification requirements for UV-filters. Science of the Total Environment 461-462: 706-711

In the shadow of the banana plantations: small-scale growers and ecological transformations on the north coast of Honduras, 1870-1950. Mesoamerica 22(42): 39-74

In the shadow of the boss's boss: effects of supervisors' upward exchange relationships on employees. Journal of Applied Psychology 92(2): 309-320

In the shadow of the towers; the role of retraumatization and political action in the evolution of a psychoanalyst. Psychoanalytic Review 95(3): 417-436

In the shadow of the welfare society ill-health and symptoms, psychological exposure and lifestyle habits among social security recipients: a national survey study. Biopsychosocial Medicine 2(): 15-15

In the shadowlands of global health: observations from health workers in Kenya. Global Public Health 9(8): 927-945

In the shadows. New England Journal of Medicine 369(7): 598-598

In the shadows of a prevention campaign: sexual risk behavior in the absence of crystal methamphetamine. Aids Education and Prevention 20(1): 42-55

In the shadows of life. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 52(9): 787-787

In the shadows of the Congo basin forest, elephants fall to the illegal ivory trade. Plos Biology 5(4): E115-E115

In the shadows: parents of seriously ill adult children. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 16(4): 341-342

In the shelter of each other: Respite Care for Students as a partnership model. Nursing Education Perspectives 29(5): 295-299

In the soup: caustic ingestion from the improper consumption of a self-heating soup. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 13(5): 426-428

In the spirit of Flexner: working toward a collective vision for the future of medical education in Canada. Academic Medicine 85(2): 340-348

In the spirit of volunteerism. Journal of Trauma Nursing 17(2): 61-62

In the spotlight. Reproductive Sciences 18(2): 113-113

In the spotlight. Mental Health Today: 7-7

In the spotlight. Charity disclosures will draw unwelcome attention to hospital tax breaks. Modern Healthcare 41(13): 24-24

In the spotlight. For-profit hospital chains boost their defenses as regulators step up anti-fraud scrutiny. Modern Healthcare 43(9): 32-33

In the spotlight. How to develop an effective public presentation. Ems Magazine 36(9): 42, 44-42, 44

In the spotlight. Juries Act. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight. Media coverage of a hospital's moving day brings rewards as well as risks. Modern Healthcare 40(3): 30-32

In the spotlight. Supporting mental health policy implementation at a national level. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight. The cost of the recession to mental health. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight: BioInstrumentation. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 9-12

In the spotlight: Bioinformatics. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 3-8

In the spotlight: Biomedical imaging. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 13-16

In the spotlight: Biomedical signal processing. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 17-18

In the spotlight: Cardiovascular engineering. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 19-20

In the spotlight: Health Information Systems--PHR and value based healthcare. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 2: 15-17

In the spotlight: Health information systems. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 21-23

In the spotlight: NHS Employers launch its employment and mental health campaign Open Your Mind. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight: Neuroengineering. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 6: 24-26

In the spotlight: Rising stars in long term and post-acute care. Provider 40(1): 20-4, 27, 29-30

In the spotlight: The Equality Act. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight: a novel CD37 antibody-drug conjugate. Blood 122(20): 3397-3398

In the spotlight: bioinformatics, computational biology and systems biology. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 4: 3-5

In the spotlight: biomedical signal processing. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 3: 10-11

In the spotlight: biomedical signal processing--a well established discipline or a paradigm to promising integrated visions?. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 2: 9-11

In the spotlight: health information systems. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 3: 15-18

In the spotlight: healthcare inspections as an opportunity for trainee clinicians to be the leaders of today. Bmj Quality & Safety 23(8): 624-628

In the spotlight: heart failure. Dyspnea, fatigue, edema. Pflege Zeitschrift 66(9): 568-571

In the spotlight: part 2. Rising stars in long term and post-acute care. Provider 40(2): 20-2, 24, 26-9

In the spotlight: the NHS has a way to go to achieve appropriate care for people from black and minority ethnic groups, but it has made progress. Mental Health Today: 9-9

In the spotlight: three of the hottest topics in dentistry! Interview by Damon Adams. Dentistry Today 28(9): 94, 96, 98-9

In the spotlight: tissue engineering. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 3: 23-24

In the spotlight: tissue engineering--quantitative analysis of complex 3-D tissues. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 2: 21-22

In the spotlight: tissue engineering--translation for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 4: 24-25

In the squid axon Na+/Ca2+ exchanger the state of the Ca i-regulatory site influences the affinities of the intra- and extracellular transport sites for Na+ and Ca2+. Pflugers Archiv 456(3): 623-633

In the starting blocks for 2012. Northwest Dentistry 91(1): 9-10

In the street. Cmaj 182(2): E114-E114

In the students' own words: what are the strengths and weaknesses of the dental school curriculum?. Journal of Dental Education 71(5): 632-645

In the summertime when the weather is fine. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 161(2): 97-98

In the swim for AWF. Veterinary Record 173(6): 134-134

In the swim of things: recent insights to neurogenetic disorders from zebrafish. Trends in Genetics 26(8): 373-381

In the systemic balance. Pflege Zeitschrift 66(6): 372-375

In the tension field of competences. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 107(10): 28-30

In the thick of it. Nursing Standard 1987) 28(24): 20-22

In the thick of it: HCM-causing mutations in myosin binding proteins of the thick filament. Circulation Research 108(6): 751-764

In the time of significant generational diversity - surgical leadership must step up!. Surgeon 12(1): 3-6

In the time of the "Medical Study Tours". La Revue du Praticien 64(4): 587-590

In the tradition of science: an interview with Victor Ambros. Plos Genetics 6(3): E1000853-E1000853

In the trail of a new bio-sensor for measuring strain in bone: osteoblastic biocompatibility. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 26(10): 4046-4052

In the treatment of mCRPC, the question is to administer the right molecule to the right patient, at the right time. Revue Medicale Suisse 9(387): 1077-1078

In the trenches of plant pathogen recognition: Role of NB-LRR proteins. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 20(9): 1017-1024

In the trenches of real-world self-control: neural correlates of breaking the link between craving and smoking. Psychological Science 22(4): 498-506

In the trenches: a pediatrician's perspective on prevention and treatment strategies for RSV disease. Managed Care 17(11 Suppl 12): 7-12, Discussion 18-9

In the trenches: lessons for scientists from California's Proposition 71 campaign. Molecular Biology of the Cell 22(21): 3943-3944

In the trenches: primary care perspectives on implementation, prevention, and treatment. Managed Care 17(10 Suppl 10): 18-19

In the u.s., engineers oust old regime. Science 268(5209): 359-359

In the university morgue: insight into factors modifying students' vulnerability. Medical Teacher 31(10): 958-959

In the unloaded lower leg, vibration extrudes venous blood out of the calf muscles probably by direct acceleration and without arterial vasodilation. European Journal of Applied Physiology 114(5): 1005-1012

In the vanguard of biomedicine? The curious and contradictory case of anti-ageing medicine. Sociology of Health & Illness 32(2): 197-210

In the vein but in vain. Paediatric Anaesthesia 18(7): 684-686

In the ventral tegmental area, progestins' membrane-mediated actions for lordosis of hamsters and rats involve protein kinase A. Neuroendocrinology 84(6): 405-414

In the ventral tegmental area, progestogens' membrane-mediated actions for lordosis of rats involve the second-messenger phospholipase C. Brain Research 1230: 218-223

In the vicious circle of eugenics: the experience of Grete S. from Nuremberg with National Socialist eugenics. Bios 12(1): 92-107

In the wake of Angelina - managing a family history of breast cancer. Australian Family Physician 43(1): 76-78

In the wake of Guatemala: the case for voluntary compensation and remediation. American Journal of Public Health 102(2): E4-E6

In the wake of Katrina. An update on the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha 70(3): 22-23

In the wake of Sri Lanka's tsunami: the health for the south capacity-building project. Emergency Medicine Australasia 20(2): 175-179

In the wake of higher education reform: the admission criterion mean baccalaureate grade revisited. Medical Teacher 34(8): 675-676

In the wake of invasion: tracing the historical biogeography of the South American cricetid radiation (Rodentia, Sigmodontinae). Plos One 9(6): E100687-E100687

In the wake of neural progenitors. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 534(1-2): 1-2

In the wake of politics: the political and economic construction of fisheries biology, 1860-1970. Isis; An International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences 105(2): 364-378

In the wake of the 2009 Gippsland fires: young adults' perceptions of post-disaster social supports. Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3): 119-125

In the wake of the Francis shock wave. Nursing Standard 1987) 28(30): 22-25

In the wake of the Garling inquiry into New South Wales public hospitals: a change of cultures?. Medical Journal of Australia 190(2): 51-52

In the wake of the Mediator scandal: some progress in France, but apathy at the European level. Prescrire International 21(126): 110-110

In the wake of the Supreme Court decision, many stakeholders still support the Affordable Care Act. Health Affairs 31(8): 1855-1865

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In the wake of the tsunami. Heifer International wrapping up recovery projects that received AVMA backing. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 237(11): 1224-1227

In the wake of the tsunami: a physician's perspective. Southern Medical Journal 100(9): 928-928

In the wake of the verdict: the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on the federal health law leaves lawmakers working out what it means for their states. State Legislatures 38(7): 46-47

In the wake of tragedy, Tucson hospitals lauded for deft handling of victims. Modern Healthcare 41(3): 10-11

In the wake of violence: enacting and witnessing hope among people. Family Process 52(3): 355-367

In the war against solid tumors arsenic trioxide needs partners. Journal of Gastrointestinal Cancer 45(3): 363-371

In the wings. Science 264(5158): 513-513

In the wink of an eye: nature and nurture in blepharospasm. Neurology 77(7): 616-617

In the wireless era: leadless pacing. Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy 8(2): 171-174

In the wisely planned utility building, the value is multiplied. Hospitals 19(12): 54-56

In the words of the medical tourist: an analysis of Internet narratives by health travelers to Turkey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 16(2): E43-E43

In the workup of patients with obscure gastrointestinal bleed, does 64-slice MDCT have a role?. Indian Journal of Radiology & Imaging 22(1): 47-53

In the world of medical alphabet soup--"will a workable EMR or EHR please stand up?". Journal of Medical Systems 36(5): 3079-3081

In the world of tomorrow's medicine, a single physician makes a difference. Managed Care 17(4): 56-58

In the year 9595. Scientific American 306(1): 85-85

In the zeal to synthesize: a call for congruency. Nursing Science Quarterly 26(3): 220-225

In the zone. American Journal of Medicine 124(2): 121-124

In the zone for best practice. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(47): 64-64

In the zone or zoning out? Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention. Cerebral Cortex 23(11): 2712-2723

In the zone: flow state and cognition in older adults. Psychology and Aging 26(3): 738-743

In the zone: how a hepatocyte knows where it is. Gastroenterology 137(2): 425-427

In the “medical home” adult primary care setting, practitioners are seeing an increasing emphasis on patient involvement in setting the goals of care. Quality Management in Health Care 20(2): 87-88

In their backyard. Minnesota Medicine 92(2): 10-11

In their own time: the family experience during the process of withdrawal of life-sustaining therapy. Journal of Palliative Medicine 11(8): 1115-1121

In their own voices: a qualitative study of men abused as children by catholic clergy. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 17(3-4): 201-215

In their own voices: a qualitative study of women's risk for intimate partner violence and HIV in South Africa. Violence Against Women 13(6): 583-602

In their own voices: methodological considerations in narrative disability research. Qualitative Health Research 24(3): 420-430

In their own voices: rural African-American youth speak out about community-based HIV prevention interventions. Progress in Community Health Partnerships 3(4): 275-276

In their own voices: women who were sexually abused by members of the clergy. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 17(3-4): 216-237

In their own words. Minnesota Medicine 91(8): 14-15

In their own words: Interviews with Cell Cycle. Dr. Jiri Bartek on his highly cited paper published in Cell Cycle. Cell Cycle 9(11): 2063-2064

In their own words: Interviews with Cell Cycle. John J. Tyson on his highly cited paper. Cell Cycle 8(20): 3261-3261

In their own words: Staying connected in a combat environment. Military Medicine 175(8): 554-559

In their own words: The experience of professional nurses in a Northern Vietnamese women's hospital. Contemporary Nurse 47(1-2): 168-179

In their own words: assessment of satisfaction with residential location among migrants in Nairobi slums. Journal of Urban Health 88 Suppl 2: S219-S234

In their own words: coping processes among women aging with multiple sclerosis. Occupational Therapy in Health Care 17(3-4): 115-137

In their own words: displaced children's educational recovery needs after Hurricane Katrina. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 4 Suppl 1(): S63-S70

In their own words: early childhood asthma and parents' experiences of the diagnostic process. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 24(2): 299-306

In their own words: interviews with Cell Cycle. Cell Cycle 9(2): 233-234

In their own words: interviews with Cell Cycle. The first knockout mouse model of retinoblastoma. Cell Cycle 8(14): 2145-2145

In their own words: learning from families attending a multidisciplinary pediatric weight management program at the YMCA. Childhood Obesity 9(3): 200-207

In their own words: nurses' discourses of cleanliness from the Rehoboth Mission. Nursing Inquiry 16(2): 155-170

In their own words: older male prisoners' health beliefs and concerns for the future. Geriatric Nursing 28(5): 319-329

In their own words: participants' perceptions of the impact of adult day services. Journal of Gerontological Social Work 53(2): 176-192

In their own words: patients and families define high-quality palliative care in the intensive care unit. Critical Care Medicine 38(3): 808-818

In their own words: qualitative study of high-utilising primary care patients with medically unexplained symptoms. Bmc Family Practice 10(): 67-67

In their own words: racial/ethnic and gender differences in sources and preferences for HIV prevention information among young adults. Aids Care 25(11): 1407-1410

In their own words: reports of stigma and genetic discrimination by people at risk for Huntington disease in the International RESPOND-HD study. American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric Genetics 153b(6): 1150-1159

In their own words: romantic relationships and the sexual health of young African American women. Public Health Reports 128 Suppl 1(): 33-42

In their own words: serving as an ACS delegate to the AMA. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 91(3): 22-24

In their own words: serving on the MAP of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association's TEC. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 89(7): 22-5, 60

In their own words: sophomore college men describe attitude and behavior changes resulting from a rape prevention program 2 years after their participation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 25(12): 2237-2257

In their own words: the experience of mothering as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Development and Psychopathology 24(2): 537-552

In their own words: the place of faith in the lives of young people with autism and intellectual disability. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 52(5): 388-404

In their own words: the reasons why people will (not) sign an organ donor card. Health Communication 23(1): 23-33

In their own words: treating very young BRCA1/2 mutation-positive women with care and caution. Plos One 9(2): E87696-E87696

In their own words: using narratives to teach gerontology. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 29(3): 239-247

In their own words: why teenagers don't use social networking sites. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking 14(6): 395-398

In their patient, as in our patient, vitreous specimens were culture negative. Retina 30(8): 1327-8; Author Reply 1328

In their shoes. Helping patients and their families come to terms with terminal illness requires empathy and respect. Medical Economics 87(22): 71-72

In their words. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(36): 25-25

In their words: connecting on-line weblogs to developmental processes. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27(Pt 1): 219-245

In their words: secondary traumatic stress in social workers responding to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City. Social Work 52(3): 279-281

In these days molecule target drug in advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Kyobu Geka. Japanese Journal of Thoracic Surgery 60(13): 1177-1183

In these days of economic, social, and political turmoil, everyone seems to be looking for a quick fix, a bailout, a savior. Journal of Healthcare Management / American College of Healthcare Executives 53(6): 351-351

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In this edition of the International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology. International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology 3(6): 431-432

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In this edition, the Journal marks the publication of Jung’s Red Book. Introduction. Journal of Analytical Psychology 57(3): 279-279

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