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OncoImmunology, ISSN 2162-4011, 01/2015, Volume 4, Issue 5, p. e1005448
The CD8(+) T-cell response comprises terminally differentiated effector cells and antigen-experienced memory T cells. The latter encompass central (T-CM) and... 
Central memory | Akt | Proliferation | Effector memory | T cells | MAMMALIAN TARGET | RAPAMYCIN | PATHWAYS | ACTIVATION | effector memory | proliferation | SUBSETS | INDUCTION | IMMUNOLOGY | EFFECTOR | POSSESS SUPERIOR TRAITS | central memory | ONCOLOGY | IMMUNOTHERAPY | RATHER
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Journal Article
08/2011, ISBN 9781405186056, 18
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Republic The Empire 
The Republic, implicit evidence and Latin inscriptions ‐ regional variations, in early times | eastern region pattern, use of dative instead of genitive ‐ indicating, possess or belonging | morphological item, substrate influence ‐ Vulgar Latin feature, as with feminine name | Latin, inside and outside of Rome ‐ debatable problems, in study of the Latin language | eastern provinces, all imperial regions ‐ eastern ones being worst informed, Latin commentators, with no interest in linguistic peculiarities | Western regions and Africa, and Gaul ‐ ancient sources, referring to Latin of Gaul | Adams, pointing, inter alia, importance ‐ of a linguistic feature, from the early period | phonetic domain, also Gallic Latin ‐ exhibiting certain specific features | Africa, explicit and implicit evidence ‐ regional varieties in African Latin | regional diversity, in Latin ‐ early Republic, until the end of the Empire | Africa, explicit and implicit evidence - regional varieties in African Latin | Morphological item, substrate influence - Vulgar Latin feature, as with feminine name | Eastern region pattern, use of dative instead of genitive - indicating, possess or belonging | Latin, inside and outside of Rome - debatable problems, in study of the Latin language | Regional diversity, in Latin - early Republic, until the end of the Empire | Adams, pointing, inter alia, importance - of a linguistic feature, from the early period | Eastern provinces, all imperial regions - eastern ones being worst informed, Latin commentators, with no interest in linguistic peculiarities | Western regions and Africa, and Gaul - ancient sources, referring to Latin of Gaul | Phonetic domain, also Gallic Latin - exhibiting certain specific features | The Republic, implicit evidence and Latin inscriptions - regional variations, in early times
Book Chapter
01/2011, ISBN 0470681748, 25
This chapter contains sections titled: Cartography's Information Emphasis Cartographic Modes The Modes of Formal European Cartography, 1500–1850 Explaining the... 
legacy of Enlightenment's mathematical cosmography ‐ cartography's empiricism | cartography Without ‘Progress’ ‐ reinterpreting nature and historical development of map making | mediation between cartographic image and real world ‐ through discrete geographic facts | modern western culture, a direct association ‐ between real‐world phenomena and their cartographic representations | cartography, complex amalgam of cartographic modes ‐ than as a monolithic enterprise | historical vignettes, features of introductions ‐ to cartographic texts and atlases | cartography, singular enterprise ‐ as construction of map artefacts | historiographic identification of cartographic modes ‐ a problematic task | cartography's information emphasis ‐ ontological assumption, the world possesses an unambiguous existence, objectively known | social relations, arena of maps as instruments of power wielded ‐ by the state, by educated and landed elites | Cartography, complex amalgam of cartographic modes - than as a monolithic enterprise | Historiographic identification of cartographic modes - a problematic task | Mediation between cartographic image and real world - through discrete geographic facts | Legacy of Enlightenment's mathematical cosmography - cartography's empiricism | Historical vignettes, features of introductions - to cartographic texts and atlases | Cartography Without 'Progress' - reinterpreting nature and historical development of map making | Cartography, singular enterprise - as construction of map artefacts | Cartography's information emphasis - ontological assumption, the world possesses an unambiguous existence, objectively known | Social relations, arena of maps as instruments of power wielded - by the state, by educated and landed elites | Modern western culture, a direct association - between real-world phenomena and their cartographic representations
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