UNAM CODeL Online Assignment Submission Guide – Special Edition
The university of namibia (unam) codel online assignment submission guide – special edition.
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Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine
Masao Miyagawa , Roland Haubner
Reporter gene imaging holds promise for noninvasive monitoring of cardiac gene therapy. We recently demonstrated that (124)I-labeled 2'-fluoro-2'-deoxy-5'-iodo-1beta-d-arabinofuranosyluracil ((124)I-FIAU) is suitable for PET of myocardial expression of herpes simplex virus type 1 thymidine kinase reporter gene (HSV1-tk). In contrast to previous studies in tumors, early specific uptake was followed by rapid washout. Myocardial kinetics of (124)I-FIAU are still poorly understood. This study aimed at a further investigation under controlled conditions using an isolated heart perfusion model. Male Wistar rats underwent transthoracic regional injection of replication-defective adenovirus (2.5 x 10(9) plaque-forming units) containing either HSV1-tk (n = 16) or LacZ reporter gene (n = 15) into the inferior wall. Nonmanipulated rats (n = 5) served as further controls. Hearts were excised 2 d later and perfused according to the Langendorff technique with (124)I-FIAU-containing bu...
Frontiers in microbiology
Continuously rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations may lead to an increased transfer of organic C from plants to the soil through rhizodeposition and may affect the interaction between the C- and N-cycle. For instance, fumigation of soils with elevated CO2 (eCO2) concentrations (20% higher compared to current atmospheric concentrations) at the Giessen Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment (GiFACE) sites resulted in a more than 2-fold increase of long-term N2O emissions and an increase in dissimilatory reduction of nitrate compared to ambient CO2 (aCO2). We hypothesized that the observed differences in soil functioning were based on differences in the abundance and composition of microbial communities in general and especially of those which are responsible for N-transformations in soil. We also expected eCO2 effects on soil parameters, such as on nitrate as previously reported. To explore the impact of long-term eCO2 on soil microbial communities, we applied a molecular approach (qPCR,...
Vitis: Journal of Grapevine Research
Thirty five new grape microsatellite markers were developed under an international consortium involving AGROGENE. These loci were amplified in 41 Spanish cultivars of V. vinifera . Eleven of the markers were polymorphic and informative in V. vinifera . Twelve were monomorphic and of the remaining markers one was polymorphic but less useful because individuals amplified more than two bands and the rest had amplification problems. The number of alleles detected for the 11 informative markers ranged from 4 to 12, with heterozygosity values ranging from 0.6 to 0.8. Primer sequences are reported for these markers.
Journal of Applied Phycology
Based on the experience of Pavia’s city (near Milan, in Italy) this paper analyses the implementation of a sustainability strategy for tourism development. The research is based on primary and secondary data. this study intends to investigate this problem. The key questions of the paper are: 1) How to create a sustainability strategy for tourism development? 2) What are the main critical success factors (FCS) of a sustainability strategy for tourism development? The results show a suggests a strategic framework can be applied also to other organizations and cities.
Ocean & Coastal Management
Andrew Wekesa Wamukota
Asian-Australasian Journal of Food Safety and Security
Andrés Rojo Rojo
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
V. N. Sorokoumov
Journal of Applied Physics
Journal of Clinical Apheresis
Carmen Inés Cabello
Limnology and Oceanography
Russian Journal of General Chemistry
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Gabriel J O Ã O Gomes
Annals of Intensive Care
Modelling, Measurement and Control C
International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems
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