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SAE technical paper series, Volume 2002-01-0941.
Eight rollover research tests were conducted using the 2001 Nissan Pathfinder with a modified FMVSS 208 dolly rollover test method where the driver and right... 
Safety belts | Anthropometric test devices | Injuries | Crash research
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 2012-01-0998.
Modern event data recorders (EDRs) can provide useful information regarding vehicle incidents. EDR information, when used in conjunction with the available... 
Precrash systems | Event data recorders
eJournal
Developmental Neuroscience, ISSN 0378-5866, 07/2014, Volume 36, Issue 3-4, pp. 356 - 357
  No abstract available [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] 
Further Section
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SAE technical paper series, Volume 2014-01-0505.
Four Toyota vehicles were tested in 12 test conditions to compare the Event Data Recorder (EDR) results with data gathered from onboard test instrumentation... 
Event data recorders
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by Deschamps, Alain and Hall, Richard and Grocott, Hilary and Mazer, C David and Choi, Peter T and Turgeon, Alexis F and de Medicis, Etienne and Bussières, Jean S and Hudson, Christopher and Syed, Summer and Seal, Doug and Herd, Stuart and Lambert, Jean and Denault, André and Deschamps, Alain and Mutch, Alan and Turgeon, Alexis and Denault, Andre and Todd, Andrea and Jerath, Angela and Fayad, Ashraf and Finnegan, Barry and Kent, Blaine and Kennedy, Brent and Cuthbertson, Brian H and Kavanagh, Brian and Warriner, Brian and MacAdams, Charles and Lehmann, Christian and Fudorow, Christine and McCartney, Colin and McIsaac, Dan and Dubois, Daniel and Campbell, David and Mazer, David and Neilpovitz, David and Rosen, David and Cheng, Davy and Drapeau, Dennis and Dillane, Derek and Tran, Diem and Mckeen, Dolores and Wijeysundera, Duminda and Jacobsohn, Eric and Couture, Etienne and Alam, Fahad and Abdallah, Faraj and Ralley, Fiona E and Chung, Frances and Lellouche, Francois and Dobson, Gary and Germain, Genevieve and Djaiani, George and Gilron, Ian and Hare, Gregory and Bryson, Gregory and Clarke, Hance and McDonald, Heather and Roman-Smith, Helen and Yang, Homer and Douketis, James and Paul, James and Beaubien, Jean and Bussières, Jean and Pridham, Jeremy and Armstrong, J N and Parlow, Joel and Murkin, John and Gamble, Jonathan and Duttchen, Kaylene and Karkouti, Keyvan and Turner, Kim and Baghirzada, Leyla and Szabo, Linda and Lalu, Manoj and Wasowicz, Marcin and Bautista, Michael and Jacka, Michael and Murphy, Michael and Schmidt, Michael and Verret, Michaël and Perrault, Michel-Antoine and Beaudet, Nicolas and Buckley, Norman and Choi, Peter and MacDougall, Peter and Jones, Philip and Drolet, Pierre and Beaulieu, Pierre and Taneja, Ravi and Martin, Rene and George, Ronald and Chun, Rosa and McMullen, Sarah and Beattie, Scott and Sampson, Sonia and Choi, Stephen and Kowalski, Stephen and McCluskey, Stuart and Boet, Sylvain and ... and Canadian Perioperative Anesthesia and Canadian Perioperative Anesthesia Clinical Trials Group
Anesthesiology, ISSN 0003-3022, 04/2016, Volume 124, Issue 4, pp. 826 - 836
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Chemical science, ISSN 2041-6520, 11/2019, Volume 10, Issue 43, pp. 9954 - 9968
Most chemical transformations (reactions or conformational changes) that are of interest to researchers have many degrees of freedom, usually too many to... 
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by Bath, Philip M and Scutt, Polly and Anderson, Craig S and Appleton, Jason P and Berge, Evind and Cala, Lesley and Dixon, Mark and England, Timothy M and Godolphin, Peter J and Havard, Diane and Haywood, Lee and Hepburn, Trish and Krishnan, Kailash and Mair, Grant and Montgomery, Alan A and Muir, Keith and Phillips, Stephen J and Pocock, Stuart and Potter, John and Price, Chris and Randall, Marc and Robinson, Thompson G and Roffe, Christine and Rothwell, Peter M and Sandset, Else C and Sanossian, Nerses and Saver, Jeffrey L and Shone, Angela and Siriwardena, A Niroshan and Wardlaw, Joanna M and Woodhouse, Lisa J and Venables, Graham and Sprigg, Nikola and Amarenco, Pierre and Amoils, Shannon and Jarvis, Malcolm and Sandercock, Peter and Asplund, Kjell and Baigent, Colin and Ankolekar, Sandeep and Howard, Harriet and Lysons, Christopher and Walker, Gemma and Gregory, Hayley and Kirby, James and Smithson, Jennifer and Keeling, Joanne and Frowd, Nadia and Gray, Robert and Dooley, Richard and Clarke, Wim and Robinson, Patricia and Law, Zhe Kang and Hodgson, Sheila and Millington, Adam and Sakka, Eleni and Buchanan, David and Palmer, Jeb and Shaw, D and Cobb, H and Johnson, R and Payne, T and Spaight, R and Spaight, A and Sajid, M A and Whileman, A and Hall, E and Cripps, H and Toms, J and Gascoyne, R and Wright, S and Cooper, M and Palfreman, A and Rajapakse, A and Wynter, I and Musarrat, K and Mistri, A and Patel, C and Stephens, C and Khan, S and Patras, S and Soliman, M and Elmarimi, A and Hewitt, C and Watson, E and Wahishi, I and Hindle, J and Perkin, L and Wills, M and Arif, S and Leach, S and Butler, S and O'Kane, D and Smith, C and O'Callaghan, J and Sunman, W and Buck, A and Jackson, B and Richardson, C and Wilkes, G and ... and The RIGHT-2 Investigators and Right-2 Investigators and RIGHT-2 Investigators
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 03/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10175, pp. 1009 - 1020
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Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, ISSN 0169-409X, 01/2017, Volume 108, p. 25
Successfully translating anti-cancer nanomedicines from pre-clinical proof of concept to demonstration of therapeutic value in the clinic is challenging.... 
Industry | Pre-clinical models | Pharmaceutical Science | EPR effect | Clinical translation | Nanomedicine | Patient pre-selection | Companion diagnostics
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