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1990, McGraw-Hill computing that works, ISBN 0070088454, xvi, 198
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by Tosun, Duygu and Schuff, Norbert and Mathis, Chester A and Jagust, William and Weiner, Michael W and Saradha, A and Abdi, Herve and Abdulkadir, Ahmed and Abeliovich, Asa and Abellan van Kan, Gabor and Abner, Erin and Acharya, Deepa and Agrusti, Antonella and Agyemang, Alex and Ahdidan, Jamila and Ahmed, Shiek and Ahn, Jae Eun and Aisen, Paul and Aksu, Yaman and Al-Akhras, Mousa and Alarcon, Marcelo and Alberca, Roman and Alexander, Gene and Alexander, Daniel and Alin, Aylin and Almeida, Fabio and Amlien, Inge and Anand, Shyam and Anderson, Dallas and Anew, Marilee and Angersbach, Steve and Anjum, Ayesha and Aoyama, Eiji and Arfanakis, Konstantinos and Armor, Tom and Arnold, Steven and Arunagiri, Vidhya and Asatryan, Albert and Ashe-McNalley, Cody and Ashiga, Hirokazu and Assareh, Arezoo and Le Page, Aurelie and Avants, Brian and Avinash, Gopal and Aviv, Richard and Awasthi, Sukrati and Ayan-Oshodi, Mosun and Babic, Tomislav and Baek, Young and Bagci, Ulas and Bai, Shuyang and Baird, Geoffrey and Baker, John and Banks, Sarah and Bard, Jonathan and Barnes, Josephine and Bartlett, Jonathan and Bartzokis, George and Barua, Neil and Bauer, Corinna and Bayley, Peter and Beck, Irene and Becker, James and Becker, J. Alex and Beckett, Laurel and Bednar, Martin and Beg, Mirza Faisal and Bek, Stephan and Belaroussi, Boubakeur and Belmokhtar, Nabil and Bernard, Charlotte and Bertram, Lars and Bhaskar, Uday and Biffi, Alessano and Bigler, Erin and Bilgic, Basar and Bishop, Courtney and Bittner, Daniel and Black, Ronald and Bogorodzki, Piotr and Bokde, Arun and Bonner-Jackson, Aaron and Boppana, Madhu and Bourgeat, Pierrick and Bowes, Mike and Bowman, DuBois and Bowman, Gene and Braskie, Meredith and Braunewell, Karl and Breitner, Joihn and Bresell, Anders and Brewer, James and Brickman, Adam and Britschgi, Markus and Broadbent, Steve and Brogren, Jacob and Brooks, David and Browndyke, Jeffrey and Brunton, Simon and Buchert, Ralph and ... and Alzheimer's Dis NeuroImaging Initi and Alzheimer's Disease NeuroImaging Initiative
Brain, ISSN 0006-8950, 2011, Volume 134, Issue Part 4, pp. 1077 - 1088
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by Kauwe, John S. K and Cruchaga, Carlos and Karch, Celeste M and Sadler, Brooke and Lee, Mo and Mayo, Kevin and Latu, Wayne and Su'a, Manti and Fagan, Anne M and Holtzman, David M and Morris, John C and Goate, Alison M and Saradha, A and Abdi, Hervé and Abeliovich, Asa and Abellan van Kan, Gabor and Abner, Erin and Acharya, Deepa and Adams, Nicholas and Adler, Daniel and Agrusti, Antonella and Agyemang, Alex and Ahdidan, Jamila and Ahn, Jae Eun and Aisen, Paul and Aksu, Yaman and Al-Akhras, Mousa and Alarcon, Marcelo and Alberca, Roman and Alexander, Gene and Alexander, Daniel and Almeida, Fabio and Amlien, Inge and Anand, Shyam and Anew, Marilee and Angersbach, Steve and Anjum, Ayesha and Aoyama, Eiji and Arfanakis, Konstantinos and Armor, Tom and Arnold, Steven and Asatryan, Albert and Ashe-McNalley, Cody and Ashiga, Hirokazu and Assareh, Arezoo and Le Page, Aurelie and Avants, Brian and Avinash, Gopal and Awasthi, Sukrati and Ayan-Oshodi, Mosun and Babic, Tomislav and Baek, Young and Bagci, Ulas and Bai, Shuyang and Baird, Geoffrey and Baker, John and Banks, Sarah and Bard, Jonathan and Barnes, Josephine and Barret, Olivier and Bartlett, Jonathan and Bartzokis, George and Barua, Neil and Bauer, Corinna and Becker, James and Becker, J. Alex and Beckett, Laurel and Bednar, Martin and Beg, Mirza Faisal and Bek, Stephan and Belmokhtar, Nabil and Bernard, Charlotte and Bertram, Lars and Bhaskar, Uday and Biffi, Alessano and Bigler, Erin and Bilgic, Basar and Bishop, Courtney and Bittner, Daniel and Black, Ronald and Blennow, Kaj and Bogorodzki, Piotr and Bokde, Arun and Bonner-Jackson, Aaron and Boppana, Madhu and Bourgeat, Pierrick and Bowes, Mike and Bowman, Gene and Braskie, Meredith and Braunewell, Karl and Breitner, Joihn and Brewer, James and Brickman, Adam and Britschgi, Markus and Broadbent, Steve and Brogren, Jacob and Brooks, David and Browndyke, Jeffrey and Brunton, Simon and Buchert, Ralph and ... and Alzheimer's Dis Neuroimaging Initi and Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and Sahlgrenska akademin and Institutionen för neurovetenskap och fysiologi, sektionen för psykiatri och neurokemi and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Department of Psychiatry and Neurochemistry and Sahlgrenska Academy
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 2011, Volume 6, Issue 2, p. e15918
Recent genome-wide association studies of Alzheimer's disease (AD) have identified variants in BIN1, CLU, CR1 and PICALM that show replicable association with... 
IDENTIFIES VARIANTS | AMYLOID-BETA | DEPOSITION | IN-VIVO | SUSCEPTIBILITY | BIOLOGY | LOCI | APOE | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | REVEALS | Genetic Predisposition to Disease - genetics | Phosphorylation | Clusterin - genetics | Peptide Fragments - cerebrospinal fluid | Humans | Middle Aged | tau Proteins - metabolism | Male | tau Proteins - cerebrospinal fluid | Alzheimer Disease - cerebrospinal fluid | Serine - metabolism | tau Proteins - chemistry | Monomeric Clathrin Assembly Proteins - genetics | Tumor Suppressor Proteins - genetics | Adaptor Proteins, Signal Transducing - genetics | Aged, 80 and over | Amyloid beta-Peptides - cerebrospinal fluid | Female | Aged | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide | Biomarkers - cerebrospinal fluid | Receptors, Complement 3b - genetics | Alzheimer Disease - genetics | Nuclear Proteins - genetics | Advertising executives | Medical research | Genomics | Medicine, Experimental | Development and progression | B cells | Single nucleotide polymorphisms | Biological markers | Alzheimer's disease | Physicians | Genes | Amino acids | Genomes | Biology | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Cerebrospinal fluid | Proteins | Neurological disorders | Eigen values | Threonine | Neurodegenerative diseases | Health risks | Metabolism | Apolipoproteins | Medicine | Studies | Genetic variance | Neurology | Hypotheses | Genotyping | Tau protein | Biomarkers | β-Amyloid | Gene mapping | Alzheimers disease | Psychiatry | Peptide Fragments | Biological Markers | Complement 3b | Serine | tau Proteins | Single Nucleotide | Clusterin | 80 and over | Receptors | genetics | Amyloid beta-Peptides | Psykiatri | chemistry | Genetic Predisposition to Disease | Monomeric Clathrin Assembly Proteins | Alzheimer Disease | Adaptor Proteins | Nuclear Proteins | Signal Transducing | cerebrospinal fluid | metabolism | Tumor Suppressor Proteins | Polymorphism
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Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, ISSN 1072-6691, 2011, Volume 2011, Issue 112, pp. 1 - 34
We prove the existence of solutions to the nonlinear 2 pi-periodic problem u ''(x) + mu u(+)(x) - nu u(-)(x) + g(x, u(x)) = f(x), x is an element of (0, 2 pi),... 
Resonance | Dancer-Fucik spectrum | Saddle point theorem | Jumping nonlinearities | MATHEMATICS | MATHEMATICS, APPLIED | saddle point theorem | jumping nonlinearities | NONRESONANCE
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Chemische Berichte, ISSN 0009-2940, 12/1996, Volume 129, Issue 12, pp. 1541 - 1545
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EDUCOM Bulletin, 1987, Volume 22, Issue 2, p. 11
This discussion of increased computer usage at Santa Clara University focuses on results of a questionnaire sent to faculty and staff to determine personal... 
Surveys | Computer Oriented Programs | Higher Education | Teacher Attitudes | Computer Centers | Training Needs | Computer Services | Questionnaires | Microcomputers | Computer Users | Electronic Mail | University of California Santa Clara
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Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung - Section B Journal of Chemical Sciences, ISSN 0932-0776, 07/1991, Volume 46, Issue 7, pp. 931 - 940
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Angewandte Chemie, ISSN 0044-8249, 10/1980, Volume 92, Issue 10, pp. 859 - 860
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02/1996, Volume 13, Issue 7
According to a commentary, the recent signing of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 has resulted in glee among some in the computer and software industries.... 
Laws, regulations and rules | Telecommunications services industry | Telecommunications policy | Computer industry | Deregulation | Effects | Software industry
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02/1996, Volume 13, Issue 6
A commentary discusses by vendors to convert users to ATM. Recent efforts to integrate ATM into existing products is a better strategy. 
Computer networks | Standards | Product acceptance | Electronics industry | Network switching | Market strategy | Asynchronous transfer mode
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