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Is there a rationale for rationing chronic dialysis? : A hospital based cohort study of factors affecting survival and morbidity
Objectives To determine factors influencing survival and need for hospitalisation in patients needing dialysis, and to define the potential basis for rationing access to renal replacement therapy. Design Hospital based ...
Optimising the use of fungicides to control stem canker of oilseed rape
Ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans infect leaves of oilseed rape to cause leaf spots, from which the fungus can grow to infect the stem. Yield losses due to early senescence and lodging result if the stem infections reach ...
Drug abuse-related mortality: a study of teenage addicts over a 20-year period
There is growing concern about increase in illicit drug use and associated fatalities in young people.
Epidemiology, forecasting and management of winter oilseed rape diseases in the UK
Survey results show that the most serious diseases on winter oilseed rape in the UK are light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) and stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans), then stem rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) and dark ...
Experimentally based orientational refinement of membrane protein models : a structure for the Influenza A M2 H+ channel
The structure determination of membrane proteins is still a difficult task. Considering the fact that as many as 30% or more of cellular proteins are associated with the membrane (Arkin et al., 1997a), the paucity of high ...
Suicide among drug addicts in the UK
The extent of suicide among addicts in the UK has not been sufficiently examined.
Effects of temperature and wetness duration on infection of oilseed rape by ascospores of A-group or B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker)
Phoma lesions produced on oilseed rape leaves by B-group ascospores were smaller and less distinctive than lesions produced by A-group ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans, when leaves were inoculated with ascospore ...
Conditions for infection of winter oilseed rape leaves by conidia and ascospores of Pyrenopeziza brassicae, causing light leaf spot
The optimum temperature for infection of oilseed rape leaves by P. brassicae conidia was c.16°C; an increase of temperature above the optimum and a decrease of temperature below the optimum decreased infection by conidia. ...
HBMBU-14 is a receptor for the chemokine PF4
The ligand PF-4 has been identified as a ligand for the 7TM receptor HBMBU14, also known as TYMSTR, STRL-33 and BONZO.
Sampling winter oilseed rape crops to assess incidence of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae)
(Association of Applied Biologists, 1999)