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by Yaghootkar, H and Lamina, C and Scott, R. A and Dastani, Z and Hivert, M.-F and Warren, L. L and Stancakova, A and Buxbaum, S. G and Lyytikainen, L.-P and Henneman, P and Wu, Y and Cheung, C. Y. Y and Pankow, J. S and Jackson, A. U and Gustafsson, S and Zhao, J. H and Ballantyne, C. M and Xie, W and Bergman, R. N and Boehnke, M and el Bouazzaoui, F and Collins, F. S and Dunn, S. H and Dupuis, J and Forouhi, N. G and Gillson, C and Hattersley, A. T and Hong, J and Kahonen, M and Kuusisto, J and Kedenko, L and Kronenberg, F and Doria, A and Assimes, T. L and Ferrannini, E and Hansen, T and Hao, K and Haring, H and Knowles, J. W and Lindgren, C. M and Nolan, J. J and Paananen, J and Pedersen, O and Quertermous, T and Smith, U and Lehtimaki, T and Liu, C.-T and Loos, R. J. F and McCarthy, M. I and Morris, A. D and Vasan, R. S and Spector, T. D and Teslovich, T. M and Tuomilehto, J and van Dijk, K. W and Viikari, J. S and Zhu, N and Langenberg, C and Ingelsson, E and Semple, R. K and Sinaiko, A. R and Palmer, C. N. A and Walker, M and Lam, K. S. L and Paulweber, B and Mohlke, K. L and van Duijn, C and Raitakari, O. T and Bidulescu, A and Wareham, N. J and Laakso, M and Waterworth, D. M and Lawlor, D. A and Meigs, J. B and Richards, J. B and Frayling, T. M and the RISC Consortium and the GENESIS Consortium and RISC Consortium and GENESIS Consortium and Sahlgrenska akademin and Institute of Medicine, Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine and Institutionen för medicin, avdelningen för molekylär och klinisk medicin and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Sahlgrenska Academy
Diabetes (New York, N.Y.), ISSN 1939-327X, 2013, Volume 62, Issue 10, pp. 3589 - 3598
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by Neafsey, Daniel E and Waterhouse, Robert M and Abai, Mohammad R and Aganezov, Sergey S and Alekseyev, Max A and Allen, James E and Amon, James and Arcà, Bruno and Arensburger, Peter and Artemov, Gleb and Assour, Lauren A and Basseri, Hamidreza and Berlin, Aaron and Birren, Bruce W and Blandin, Stephanie A and Brockman, Andrew I and Burkot, Thomas R and Burt, Austin and Chan, Clara S and Chauve, Cedric and Chiu, Joanna C and Christensen, Mikkel and Costantini, Carlo and Davidson, Victoria L. M and Deligianni, Elena and Dottorini, Tania and Dritsou, Vicky and Gabriel, Stacey B and Guelbeogo, Wamdaogo M and Hall, Andrew B and Han, Mira V and Hlaing, Thaung and Hughes, Daniel S. T and Jenkins, Adam M and Jiang, Xiaofang and Jungreis, Irwin and Kakani, Evdoxia G and Kamali, Maryam and Kemppainen, Petri and Kennedy, Ryan C and Kirmitzoglou, Ioannis K and Koekemoer, Lizette L and Laban, Njoroge and Langridge, Nicholas and Lawniczak, Mara K. N and Lirakis, Manolis and Lobo, Neil F and Lowy, Ernesto and MacCallum, Robert M and Mao, Chunhong and Maslen, Gareth and Mbogo, Charles and McCarthy, Jenny and Michel, Kristin and Mitchell, Sara N and Moore, Wendy and Murphy, Katherine A and Naumenko, Anastasia N and Nolan, Tony and Novoa, Eva M and O’Loughlin, Samantha and Oringanje, Chioma and Oshaghi, Mohammad A and Pakpour, Nazzy and Papathanos, Philippos A and Peery, Ashley N and Povelones, Michael and Prakash, Anil and Price, David P and Rajaraman, Ashok and Reimer, Lisa J and Rinker, David C and Rokas, Antonis and Russell, Tanya L and Sagnon, N’Fale and Sharakhova, Maria V and Shea, Terrance and Simão, Felipe A and Simard, Frederic and Slotman, Michel A and Somboon, Pradya and Stegniy, Vladimir and Struchiner, Claudio J and Thomas, Gregg W. C and Tojo, Marta and Topalis, Pantelis and Tubio, José M. C and Unger, Maria F and Vontas, John and Walton, Catherine and Wilding, Craig S and Willis, Judith H and Wu, Yi-Chieh and Yan, Guiyun and Zdobnov, Evgeny M and Zhou, Xiaofan and Catteruccia, Flaminia and Christophides, George K and Collins, Frank H and Cornman, Robert S and ...
Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science), ISSN 1095-9203, 2015, Volume 347, Issue 6217, pp. 1258522 - 1258522
Variation in vectorial capacity for human malaria among mosquito species is determined by many factors, including behavior, immunity, and life history. To... 
PROTEIN | ANTENNAL TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILES | SEX-CHROMOSOME EVOLUTION | ANNOTATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | R CONSENSUS | GENE-EXPRESSION | AEDES-AEGYPTI | DARLINGI | GAMBIAE | FAMILY | Phylogenetics | Evolution | Mosquitoes | Genomes | Malaria | Mathematical analysis | Genes | Transmission | Vectors (mathematics) | Human behavior | Life Sciences | Immunology
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Vaccine, ISSN 0264-410X, 2008, Volume 26, Issue 50, pp. 6383 - 6391
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1989, 1st printing., ISBN 0886773318, 288
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by Amin, Janaki and Becker, Stephen and Belloso, Waldo and Boffito, Marta and Cooper, David and Crabtree-Ramirez, Brenda and Duncombe, Chris and Foulkes, Sharne and Hill, Andrew and Jessen, Heiko and Kumar, Suresh and Lee, Man-Po and Nwizu, Chidi and Read, Tim and Rooney, Jim and Schaffer, Kim and Shahar, Eduardo and Winston, Alan and Wolff, Marcelo and Young, Barnaby and Abela, Cecilia and Avihingsanon, Anchalee and Boyd, Mark and Carey, Dianne and Clarke, Amanda and Courtney-Vega, Kymme and Delfino, Marina and Donaldson, Anna and Emery, Sean and Espinosa, Natalie and Johannesen, Tanya and Lin, Enmoore and Losso, Marcelo and Moricz, Alejandra and Pett, Sarah and Phanupak, Praphan and Puls, Rebekah and Pussadee, Kanitta and Sutheerasak, Parinya and Tomlins, Louise and Ubolyam, Sasiwimol and bin Raja Azwa, Raja Iskandar Shah and Bissio, Emiliano and Calanni, Liliana and Chetchotisakd, Ploenchan and Doong, Nicholas and Elliott, Julian and Gazzard, Brian and Kelly, Mark and Laplume, Hector and del Carmen Luna, Norma and Lupo, Sergio and Messina, Oscar Garcia and Mohapi, Lerato and Moore, Richard and Nolan, David and Orrell, Catherine and Perez, Carlos and Phanuphak, Praphan and Rockstroh, Jürgen and Rowling, Diane and Supparatpinyo, Khuanchai and Smith, Don and Villanueva, Jaime Andrade and Vlahakis, Emanuel and Kelleher, Tony and Cunningham, Philip and Merlin, Kate and Yeung, Julie and Shaik, Ansari and Fsadni, Bertha and Carrera, Alex and Lograsso, Melanie and Gulick, Roy and Dunn, David and Dolan, Matthew and unav and ENCORE1 Study Group and ENCORE1 Study Grp
The Lancet infectious diseases, ISSN 1473-3099, 2015, Volume 15, Issue 7, pp. 793 - 802
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Developmental cell, ISSN 1534-5807, 2017, Volume 40, Issue 6, pp. 583 - 594.e6
Mitochondrial fission mediated by the GTPase dynamin-related protein 1 (Drp1) is an attractive drug target in numerous maladies that range from heart disease... 
succinate | bioenergetics | mitochondria | fission | neuron | reverse electron transfer | respiration | superoxide | brain | fragmentation | ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY | BRAIN MITOCHONDRIA | LIFE-SPAN | CELLS | ROS | DYNAMIN-RELATED PROTEIN-1 | DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY | RAT-BRAIN | FISSION | DIVISION | DAMAGE | CELL BIOLOGY | Dynamins - metabolism | Reactive Oxygen Species - metabolism | Microtubule-Associated Proteins - metabolism | Humans | Cercopithecus aethiops | Saccharomyces cerevisiae - drug effects | GTP Phosphohydrolases - antagonists & inhibitors | Electron Transport Complex I - metabolism | Fibroblasts - ultrastructure | Saccharomyces cerevisiae - metabolism | Mitochondrial Proteins - metabolism | Cell Respiration - drug effects | Oxidation-Reduction - drug effects | Neurons - metabolism | NAD - metabolism | Quinazolinones - pharmacology | Fibroblasts - metabolism | Dynamins - antagonists & inhibitors | Electron Transport Complex I - antagonists & inhibitors | Mitochondrial Proteins - antagonists & inhibitors | Mitochondria - metabolism | Microtubule-Associated Proteins - antagonists & inhibitors | Mitochondria - drug effects | Rats, Sprague-Dawley | Mice, Knockout | Animals | GTP Phosphohydrolases - metabolism | Oxygen Consumption - drug effects | Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins - metabolism | Mice | COS Cells | Brain | Medical colleges | Nervous system diseases | Heart diseases | Injuries | Biomedical engineering | Neurons | Superoxide
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10/2007
... (Partiya Karkaren Kurdistan) rebels the Government blames for the deaths of at least 30 Turkish soldiers and civilians in recent weeks. [Tanya Nolan... 
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by Amin, Janaki and Becker, Stephen and Belloso, Waldo and Boffito, Marta and Cooper, David and Crabtree-Ramirez, Brenda and Duncombe, Chris and Emery, Sean and Foulkes, Sharne and Hill, Andrew and Jessen, Heiko and Kumar, Suresh and Lee, Man Po and Losso, Marcelo and Nwizu, Chidi and Phanuphak, Praphan and Ripin, David and Read, Tim and Rooney, Jim and Schaffer, Kim and Shahar, Eduardo and Winston, Alan and Wolff, Marcelo and Young, Barnaby and Abela, Cecilia and Boyd, Mark and Carey, Dianne and Clarke, Amanda and Courtney-Vega, Kymme and Dazo, Carlo and Delfino, Marina and Donaldson, Anna and Espinosa, Natalie and Johannesen, Tanya and Kaew-On, Peeraporn and Lin, Enmoore and Moricz, Alejandra and Taylor, Jessica and Phanupak, Praphan and Puls, Rebekah L and Pussadee, Kanitta and Sutheerasak, Parinya and Tomkins, Louise and Ubolyam, Sasiwimol and Shah Bin Raja Azwa, Raja Iskandar and Bissio, Emiliano and Calanni, Liliana and Casiro, Arnaldo and Chetchotisakd, Ploenchan and Contarelli, Jorge and Doong, Nicholas and Elliott, Julian and Gazzard, Brian and Kelly, Mark and Del Carmen Luna, Norma and Lupo, Sergio and Messina, Oscar Garcia and Mohapi, Lerato and Moore, Richard and Nolan, David and Orrell, Catherine and Perez, Carlos and Pett, Sarah and Rockstroh, Jürgen and Supparatpinyo, Khuanchai and Smith, Don and Villanueva, Jaime Andrade and Vlahakis, Emanuel and Kelleher, Tony and Cunningham, Philip and Merlin, Kate and Yeung, Julie and Shaik, Ansari and Fsadni, Bertha and Carrera, Alex and Lograsso, Melanie and Gulick, Roy and Crabtree-Ramiraz, Brenda and Winston, Elan and Dunn, David and Dolan, Matthew and unav and ENCORE1 Study Group and ENCORE1 Study Grp
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 2014, Volume 383, Issue 9927, pp. 1474 - 1482
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01/2005
...TANYA NOLAN: As world leaders try to devise better ways of distributing aid and rehabilitation to affected countries, aid workers on the ground are still... 
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12/2004
TANYA NOLAN: Well there is some relief, albeit marginal, for those in the worst affected areas of Sri Lanka, with dry food, cooking utensils and potable water starting to reach some of the million and a half... 
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12/2004
...TANYA NOLAN: With the overwhelming task of trying to save more lives from disease, the World Health Organisation has established its own taskforce... 
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08/2004
... be responsible for the whole process of complaints handling. And director of the committee in the Sydney diocese, Philip Gerber, has been telling Tanya Nolan the proposal... 
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2013, ISBN 1848402147, xvi, 251
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05/2004
...  TANYA NOLAN: Well as was just mentioned, water is also the focus of an ambitious plan unveiled in Canberra this morning by Deputy Prime Minister John... 
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09/2007
... weather conditions. And it predicts that by 2050 the number of days when fire conditions are extreme will double, as Tanya Nolan reports. TANYA NOLAN: According... 
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