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Biophysical Journal, ISSN 0006-3495, 02/2017, Volume 112, Issue 3, pp. 394a - 395a
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Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, ISSN 1545-9993, 01/2016, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 81 - 90
Journal Article
01/2013, ISBN 1321352123
Due to the impressive diversity of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1), control of the HIV-1 pandemic will likely depend on the design of a vaccine... 
Immunology | Biochemistry | Virology
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01/2013, ISBN 1321352123, Volume 76, Issue 3
Due to the impressive diversity of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1), control of the HIV-1 pandemic will likely depend on the design of a vaccine... 
Book Chapter
by Butler, Benjamin Franklin and Butler, Sarah Jones Hildreth and Tyler, Julia Gardiner and Grant, Ulysses Simpson and Farragut, David Glasgow and Sherman, William Tecumseh and Lincoln, Abraham and Gay, Sydney Howard and Garrison, William Lloyd and Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss and Hale, Edward Everett and Stanton, Edwin McMasters and Halleck, Henry Wager and Phillips, Wendell and Sumner, Charles and Marston, Gilman and Cameron, Simon and Comstock, Cyrus Ballou and Townsend, Edward Davis and Fay, Richard S., Jr. 1861 and Hildreth, Fisher Ames and Blair, Montgomery and Fox, Gustavus Vasa and Dix, John Adams and Loring, George Bailey and Pierce, Edward Lillie and Chase, Salmon Portland and Gordon, George Henry and Porter, David Dixon and Read, Henry 1862 and Weitzel, Godfrey and Greeley, Horace and Ord, Edward Otho Cresap and Garfield, James Abram and Kautz, August Valentine and Birney, David Bell and Wilson, James Grant and Fessenden, William Pitt and Nicolay, John George and Carter, David K. 1863-1868 and Turner, John Wesley and Parton, James and Barney, Hiram and Gurowski, Adam and Shaffer, John Wilson and Puffer, Alfred F. 1862-1865 and Bullock, Alexander Hamilton and Howard, Oliver Otis and Clarke, John 1863-1865 and Herbert, J. K. 1864 and Kensel, George Amos, ?-1881 and Evans, Estwick and Kinsman, Josiah Burnham and Heaton, David and Rawlins, John Aaron and Risley, Hanson A. 1864 and Jourdan, James and Wright, Erastus 1864 and Upham, Nathaniel Gookin and Terry, Alfred Howe and Martindale, John Henry and Ingalls, Rufus and Webster, W. P. 1864 and Kinsley, Edward Wilkinson 1862-1891 and Greene, William Batchelder and Wilkes, George and Farrington, D. W. C. 1864-1868 and Upshur, John Henry and Hudson, Henry Norman and Way, George B. 1864 and McIntire, John 1864-1872 and Bird, Francis W. 1864 and Claflin, William and Chandler, William Eaton and Dix, Morgan and Bryant, William Cullen and Mulford, John Elmer and Clark, Thomas March and Bellows, Henry Whitney and Conkling, Edgar 1864 and Dunham, E. W. 1864 and Stewart, John Aiken and Warner, Yardley 1864 and White, Frank I and Lawson, Peter 1864 and Findley, William R. 1864 and Pierrepont, Edwards and DeKay, Sidney B. 1864-1865 and Dana, Charles Anderson and Turner, Henry M. 1865 and Taylor, John Lord and Lane, George W. 1866 and Davenport, John I. 1864-1865 and Whitlock, Charles 1865 and Wade, Benjamin Franklin and Draper, Alonzo Granville and Wardwell, Burnham 1865 and Ochiltre, John B. 1861-1865 and Clark, John 1865 and Angell, F. A. 1865 and ...
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Dedication to the Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris (p. iii) signed: Daniel Davenport, Dorchester, January 1, 1826. Davenport was the sexton of the First Church in... 
Medicine | Early Republic | Biography | Epitaphs
Book
by Glasbey, James C and Adisa, Adewale O and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Qureshi, Ahmad U and Allen‐Ingabire, Jean C and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Tabiri, Stephen and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Lilford, Richard J and Harrison, Ewen M and Pinkney, Thomas D and Smart, Neil and Bhangu, Aneel and Verjee, Azmina and Runigamugabo, Emmy and Glasbey, James and Bhangu, Aneel and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Adisa, Adewale O and Aguilera, Maria Lorena and Altamini, Afnan and Alexander, Philip and Al‐Saqqa, Sara W and Borda‐Luque, Giuliano and Cornick, Jen and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Drake, Thomas M and Fergusson, Stuart J and Fitzgerald, J Edward and Glasbey, James and Ingabire, J.C Allen and Ismaïl, Lawani and Jaffry, Zahra and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Khatri, Chetan and Kirby, Andrew and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Lapitan, Marie Carmela and Lilford, Richard and Mihaljevic, Andre L and Mohan, Midhun and Morton, Dion and Mutabazi, Alphonse Zeta and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Ntirenganya, Faustin and Ots, Riinu and Pata, Francesco and Pinkney, Thomas and Poškus, Tomas and Qureshi, Ahmad Uzair and Medina, Antonio Ramos‐De and Rayne, Sarah and Recinos, Gustavo and Søreide, Kjetil and Shaw, Catherine A and Shu, Sebastian and Spence, Richard and Smart, Neil and Tabiri, Stephen and Lilford, Richard and Morton, Dion and Harrison, Ewen M and Bhangu, Aneel and Khatri, Chetan and Gobin, Neel and Freitas, Ana Vega and Hall, Nigel and Kim, Sung‐Hee and Negida, Ahmed and Khairy, Hosni and Jaffry, Zahra and Chapman, Stephen J and Arnaud, Alexis P and Tabiri, Stephen and Recinos, Gustavo and Manipal, Cutting Edge and Mohan, Midhun and Amandito, Radhian and Shawki, Marwan and Hanrahan, Michael and Pata, Francesco and Zilinskas, Justas and Roslani, April Camilla and Goh, Cheng Chun and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Irwin, Gareth and Shu, Sebastian and Luque, Laura and Shiwani, Hunain and Altamimi, Afnan and Alsaggaf, Mohammed Ubaid and Fergusson, Stuart J and Spence, Richard and Rayne, Sarah and Jeyakumar, Jenifa and Cengiz, Yucel and Raptis, Dmitri A and Glasbey, James C and Modolo, Maria Marta and ... and Protocol development and project steering and GlobalSurg Collaborative and National leads (GlobalSurg‐2) and National leads (GlobalSurg‐1) and Patient representatives and Writing group and Local collaborators (GlobalSurg‐1) and Statistical analysis and Local collaborators (GlobalSurg‐2) and Data validators (GlobalSurg‐2) and Protocol translators (GlobalSurg‐2)
BJS Open, ISSN 2474-9842, 06/2019, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 403 - 414
Background End colostomy rates following colorectal resection vary across institutions in high‐income settings, being influenced by patient, disease, surgeon... 
Surgical outcomes | Medical research | Mortality | Colorectal cancer | Laparoscopy | Patients | Quality of life | Studies | Ethics | Ostomy | Hospitals | Collaboration | Surgeons | Colorectal surgery
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Health Care Financing Review, ISSN 0195-8631, 1999, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 123 - 128
Journal Article