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Is a relatively common class II antigen in the population and the gene construct was readily available.23 We confirmed that HLA-DR1 gene transduction did not alter cell growth in vitro or tumor formation in the SCID NOD mouse nor the phenotype of its common cell surface antigens. Because the K562b transfected cells without surface-expressed MHC class II ; did not show any differences from the untransfected cells, the effect of the K562 DR transfectant on NKcell and T-cell activity appeared to be due only to the expressed HLA-DR1 antigen. In this study, we showed that HLA-DR1 expression rendered the classically NK-sensitive K562 cell line resistant to NK cell-mediated lysis and inhibited NK cell proliferation while inducing a predominant CD4 T-cell response. The in vitro resistance to NK lysis by the K562DR1 line was manifest in the SCID NOD mouse as resistance to the antitumor effect of adoptively transferred PBMC. The antitumor effect was most likely due to NK cells because it was conferred by unprimed PBMC and CD16 , CD56 cells predominated in the tumor. We have previously shown that the inhibitory effect of the K562DR1 transfectant on NK lysis appeared to be mediated by endogenous peptides presented by the HLA-DR1 molecule: protection from lysis occurred equally with NK cells matched or mismatched with HLA-DR1 and was abrogated by brefeldin an inhibitor of endogenous antigen processing ; .11 It is possible that the same peptides stimulated the proliferative CD4 response since both HLA-DR1 matched and mismatched T cells responded equally to the transfected cell line. Thus, the presentation of antigen through HLA-DR1 appeared to be the central factor governing tumor susceptibility to NK cells and the alteration in effector cell response. The accurate prediction by the in vitro studies of the antitumor effect found in the SCID mouse provides useful support for the relevance of other in vitro observations of antitumor immunity. However, in addition, our in vivo experiments showed that NK cells administered intravenously can home to the site of an experimental tumor and preferentially accumulate in an NK-sensitive tumor. This model will allow studies of the effect of mixing sensitive and nonsensitive targets in the same tumor and the effect of NK-stimulating cytokines IL-2 and IL-12 on effector function in the resistant tumor. Furthermore the model could be adapted to study the antitumor effect of T cells primed in vivo to the tumor.24 The development of in vivo models of allogeneic antileukemia responses may shed light on some of the mechanisms of GVL in clinical BMT. The variation of the strength of. Have a question for you, Keith, " Roxanne interjected as we were concluding our interview on serodiscordant relationships see When Opposites Attract, March April issue ; . "Is it love? When someone who is HIV-negative decides to get involved or have sex with you after you disclose your HIV status to him or her, does that mean that they love you?" The logical answer, I would think, would be yes. In an ideal situation, if someone who is HIV-negative chooses to become intimate with someone whom they know is ing her rendezvous with multiple sex partHIV-positive, it should be safe to assume ners, admits that what she really wants that the person's primary motivating factor more than anything is a solid, committed is love or at least a fairly deep like for the relationship with one man or woman. other person, right? I mean, for what other "But people try to take advantage of you reason would someone risk contracting a when they know you are HIV-positive, " she life-threatening, heavily stigmatized virus claims. "I've even had men flat out ask me such as HIV? to pay them to be with them, telling me `you Well, while working on that article, know that nobody else is gonna be with you one of the underlying themes of more than 'cause you got this virus.' The sad thing is a couple of the interviews that were con- that for a while I believed them and someducted did, in fact, suggest another pos- times I went along with it. Until one day I sible reason. And, while for the most part thought, `he must be crazy. I don't have to it was HIV-positive women who seemed to pay nobody to be with me.' " fall victim to this disturbing phenomenon, Tony Stackhouse, a nationally recogthe HIV-positive gay men who were inter- nized poet, author and vocalist, has never viewed also alluded to having experienced had anyone demand money of him, but it as well. confesses to frequently feeling expendable The "it" which I referring to here in his relationships because he is HIV-posiis the "power dynamic" that seems to exist tive. "Dating brings out the best and worst in many relationships where one person is in everybody, " he claims. "HIV-positive HIV-negative and the other is HIV-posi- brothers, myself included, have so many tive--also known as a serodiscordant rela- issues related to a lack of self-esteem and tionship. It can be best described as the self-worth that we are, more often than not, pressure an HIV-positive person feels to impossible to date in any serious capacity. conform to whatever structure the HIV- But, in all honesty, I think that HIV-neganegative person desires for the relationship, tive men present just as much of a challenge. simply because he or she wants to feel or be They come with a whole other set of issues." loved. Not surprisingly, the common risk Tony actually decided against having factor among those who became trapped his most recent experience with dating an in such desperate situations appears to be HIV-negative man printed in the original a lack of self-esteem and self-worth that is article because, at the time, they were facing the result of the ever-present stigma associ- serious complications in their relationship. ated with HIV. They have since parted ways and, while he Roxanne, who spoke of how her sex life was still very skeptical about sharing the vastly improved after she was diagnosed specifics of their breakup, Tony had no with HIV and found no shame in discusstpan Positively Aware May June 2007.

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Fusion research promises a widely available energy source with manageable environmental impact and practically unlimited supply. ITER, the experimental step between today's studies of plasma physics and tomorrow's electricity-producing fusion power plants, will be constructed in Europe, at Cadarache, France. The remarkable progress of recent decades has left little or no doubt about the scientific feasibility of fusion, and with ITER the focus of fusion research is shifted more and more toward the technological feasibility of fusion energy. In a fusion reactor two extreme states of matter, solid and plasma, need to exist side by side. The core plasma temperature in a tokamak is of the order of hundreds of millions of degrees, whereas the plasma facing components can tolerate at most a temperature of about one thousand degrees. This is possibly the largest temperature gradient in the whole universe and the fundamental cause of the technological problems involved in fusion. Generally, the velocity distribution of the tokamak plasma particles is Maxwellian. The particles in the high-energy tail of the Maxwellian distribution and the non-Maxwellian minority population of fast particles created by fusion reactions, neutral beam injection NBI ; and radio frequency RF ; heating give rise to a lot of interesting physics. The behaviour of fast particles is of particular interest for ITER and other future experiments in which the fusion alphas have to be confined during their slowing down process to avoid causing large heat and particle loads on the first wall and the divertor. Furthermore, while slowing down, the fusion alphas need to heat the bulk plasma without driving instabilities. In the present-day experiments there are only few fusion alpha particles from 2 H2 H reactions, but fast particles created by NBI and RF-heating can nevertheless damage the material surfaces or drive instabilities. The Monte-Carlo orbit-following code ASCOT has been used to simulate heat load and tritium deposition on the material surfaces and fast particle distributions in the edge plasma [1]. Effects of realistic magnetic ripple and radial electric field have been included in the simulations. The work was motivated by the quiescent H-mode in ASDEX Upgrade [2]. [1] The ASCOT code. : tkk.fi Units AES projects fusion ascot . [2] W. Suttrop et al., Nucl. Fusion 45 2005 ; 721.

Research Article Primary Design & Technology and Citizenship hunters were inspired by a spider's web they had seen in the forest. Many children's stories have been written inspired by the stories of the spider for example Anansi books by McDermott 1986 Sherlock 1995 Musgrove and Cairns 2001 ; and Brailsford 2004 ; . Trainee teachers at Roehampton University read these books along with other children's books depicting Ghanaian stories and Ashanti traditions Souhami, 1995; Shelf-Medearis, 1995 and Angelou, 2003 ; . They also browsed websites on Kente cloth to research `identity' in relation to Kente and they handled many fine examples of Kente cloth itself. The trainees used their research to consider ways of developing pupils' identity and values through Design and Technology textiles activities. Kente cloths are made up of a series of separately woven strips. As with Adinkra, the vibrant colours and geometric symbols in the weavings convey specific meanings. For example the `Golden Stool' is a symbol of Ashanti unity; pink is the colour representing femininity and calm; and black signifies ageing and maturity. Trainees discussed What it means to have a national dress. They questioned what their own national dress was and realised that among them was a diverse range of multiple identities. The trainees believed in their classrooms they would find a similar range and that they could use this to help pupils consider their own identities and that Britain has a richly diverse population. The benefits of traditions being passed from one generation to the next for sustaining identity and the difficulties of preserving intellectual property rights of such an old tradition, in the days of mass-consumerism. They thought traditional clothing could be used to help pupils with selfidentity and valuing what they can learn from others about traditions. The gender stereotypes associated with the textiles industry and the fact that historically, the Kente designers and weavers were exclusively men. Trainees thought they could raise fruitful discussion with pupils in relation to gender roles and textiles. The trainees, all of whom were women ; enjoyed discovering that now female weavers are producing some of the most striking new designs. The issues of identity and meaning in the cloth itself. They believed that children would easily be able to understand the significance of colour and relate it to their own experience; and that they would enjoy developing their own designs of significant patterns to show meaning. The Kente cloth hanging in the United Nations building carrying the message that `two heads are better than one'. They believed that they would be able to use this example of Kente cloth with older children as an opportunity to discuss the work of the United Nations and in particular the meaning of the cloth and aspirin.

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Introduction: Intradural tumors, such as lumbar schwannomas, have been considered surgical diseases. Although reports in the literature document good outcomes for patients undergoing surgery for these lesions, it is nonetheless reasonable to expect that MAST can enhance post-operative recovery and improve patients' outcomes, so long as surgical exposure and definitive treatment meaning complete resection ; are not compromised. Methods: We conducted a retrospective chart review of two patients who underwent surgical resection using MAST for an intradural mass. Pre-operative physical examination, operative notes, imaging and pathology reports, and post-operative outcomes were reviewed using the hospital's electronic records system. Results: In both cases, complete resection of the intradural mass was achieved, with excellent neurological outcomes. Histologically, both tumors were found to be schwannomas. Both patients were discharged from the hospital in 2 or days. Conclusion: We have presented two cases of spinal schwannoma in which a minimally invasive technique was used to resect the tumors and resulted in good post-operative neurological outcomes. Such a technique is a reasonable option in the setting of an experienced surgeon facing an intradural mass that necessitates pathological identification and complete resection for symptomatic relief. Longterm studies certainly can be of benefit in delineating clearly the limits of such techniques as well as their long-term viability and efficacy vis--vis conventional, open surgery
A clear example can be seen in the recently published anglo-scandinavian cardiac outcomes trial-lipid lowering arm ascot-lla ; trial the ascot-lla performed a second randomization to either atorvastatin calcium or placebo in 10, 305 hypercholesterolemic subjects who were previously enrolled into one of two arms of antihypertensive therapy within the larger ascot although the cholesterol reduction arm of the trial was terminated early because of a highly significant 36% relative risk reduction in the atorvastatin-treated group, statin treatment resulted in only a small absolute increase of 95% to 97% in the probability of remaining free from a myocardial infarction for 5 years another expression of the absolute benefit would be to say that approximately 90 patients with well-controlled hypertension would need to be treated with atorvastatin for 3 years to prevent one additional nonfatal or fatal myocardial infarction and astemizole!


Customary tumor cell inhibitors, may pro vide greater carcinostatic effectiveness. ity of alternative pathways for thymidine Such drugs are available and open a new triphospate formation dependent on cir dimension in the selective therapy of a cumstances which at the present time are developing tumor system. not understood. umor cell T differentiation Dr. Perry described means of reducing.

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Major bleed: When Int: 0 97 haemorrhage Control: 0 99 occurred in a critical p value: N A organ e.g. brain, eye, kidney, or when haematoma formation at the surgical site necessitated reoperation Minor bleeding Int: 6 97 Control: 0 99 p value: 0.05 Int: 96 97 Control: 99 p value: 0.4949 and atovaquone. Western blot analysis of PARP cleavage mirrored the results obtained by morphological analysis. Spontaneous PARP cleavage detected in untreated cells cultured in 10% FCS was suppressed by the addition of recombinant albumin Fig. 7b ; . The chlorambucilinduced PARP cleavage evident in cells cultured in human serum was diminished by culture in normal but not analbuminemic plasma Fig. 7b ; . Addition of rHA to analbuminemic plasma increased its ability to block drug-induced PARP cleavage. rHA also protected against chlorambucil-induced PARP cleavage in cultures containing 10% fetal calf serum Fig. 7b ; . Therefore, the experiments shown in Figs. 6 and 7 suggest that the signaling and anti-apoptotic properties of albumin are functions of the protein itself and not of an associated biomolecule. HA protects CLL cells from radiation-induced apoptosis Exposure of CLL cells to radiation followed by 24h incubation in FCS-supplemented medium resulted in an apoptotic response which was partially blocked by incubation with rHA Fig. 8A ; . The ability of rHA to retard radiation-induced apoptosis was also shown by analysis of PARP cleavage. A representative example is shown in Fig. 8B. Similar results were obtained using two additional CLL isolates not shown. Compound for 30 min at 37 C with the indicated amounts of liver cytosol in the presence or absence blank ; of 50 m PAPS in 0.2 ml 0.1 m phosphate pH 7.2 ; and 2 mm EDTA. Identical results were obtained using phosphate buffer without EDTA or buffer containing 2 mm Mg2 or Ca2 . The reactions were started by addition of cytosol diluted in ice-cold buffer and stopped by addition of 0.8 ml 0.1 m HCl. The mixtures were applied to Sephadex LH-20 minicolumns bed volume, 1 ml ; , equilibrated in 0.1 m HCl. Iodide, sulfated iodothyronines, and nonsulfated iodothyronines were successively eluted with 2 1 ml 0.1 m HCl, 6 1 ml ethanol water 20 80, vol vol ; , and 3 1 ml ethanol 0.1 m NaOH 50: vol vol ; , respectively. Fractions were collected and counted for radioactivity. Sulfation in complete reaction mixtures was corrected for minor radioactivity detected in the corresponding fractions of the blanks. The use of special racks for parallel collection of fractions from 16 columns and a 16-channel -counter, with processing of the data by computer, allowed the analysis of a large number of samples in a single experiment and atropine. The serial number began jh2pc070 * dm10000 vt500ft'83 the vt500ft'83 ascot was sold in 1983 in one of two colors: pearl siren blue or candy bourgogne red.

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And in those with hypertriglyceridaemia TGL 200 mg dl ; , no sugar consumption was recommended. During the study period, patients did not take any other drugs. Blood samples for biochemical determinations were taken after 14 h of fasting, at the beginning of the study and every 2 weeks for 20 weeks. Included in the analysis were results obtained from 116 patients 31 from the naltrexone, 24 from the carbamazepine, 31 from the lithium carbonate, and 30 from the placebo groups ; , who maintained abstinence throughout the study and had normal results for glucose tolerance, kidney, and thyroid function tests TSH level 0.25 mU l and 5.0 mU l ; . Biochemical markers of alcohol abuse [activities of -glutamyltranspeptidase GTP ; , aspartate aminotransferase GOT ; , alanine transferase ALT ; ] and concentrations of the following lipids, TC, HDL-C, LDL-C for patients with TGL levels below 400 mg dl calculated using the Friedewald pattern ; , and TGL were estimated. Determinations were made using routine clinical laboratory methods. All subjects gave their informed consent to participate in this study, which was approved by the Local Ethics Committee of the Ludwik Rydygier Medical University in Bydgoszcz. The investigation was in compliance with the Declaration of Helsinki for medical research. Regularity of drug taking was estimated every 2 weeks using drug capsules marked with riboflavin and randomly checking for the characteristic yellow colour of urine. In all.

Or that the remarkable and still enigmatic dependency of hepadnaviral infections on a resting differentiated state of the hepatocyte provide additional constraints that must be overcome as well. Following the identification of dCPD as a putative DHBV-receptor, extensive work from several groups addressed issues on the sequence requirements of the DHBV preS-domain in order to bind dCPD, as well as details in the mode of dCPD DHBVpreS interaction[106, 111, 115, 118, Although the results of binding analyses are divergent to some extent, the variations are explainable by the dissimilar techniques that have been applied by the different authors. All findings, however, indicate that a central preS-sequence including amino acids 87-115 containing major epitopes recognized by neutralizing antibodies ; is indispensable for dCPD binding Figure 2B ; . The disturbance of the integrity of this sequence abrogated binding entirely. Using quantitative real-time surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, it became clear that sequences located N-terminal to this essential part including amino acids 30-86 ; contribute to the complex stability in a sequence dependent manner, making the interaction of DHBV preS and the C-domain of dCPD to one of the strongest interactions between a viral ligand and a cellular protein[115]. Concerning the mode of interaction, two aspects are noteworthy: First, binding of preS induces conformational changes not only in the viral ligand but also in dCPD. Together with the unusual finding that preS binding to the dCPD C-domain occurs in close proximity to the cellular membrane, the preS-induced dCPD conformational changes indicate that dCPD may play an important role in the fusion of the viral and cellular membrane. If this holds true DHBV entry into hepatocytes would exemplify a novel type of a viral entry mechanism, involving the recruitment of a cellular protein to act as a fusion mediator. However, this hypothesis remains to be supported. Secondly, an extensive 2D NMR structural analysis of the DHBV preS-subdomain that binds dCPD amino acids 30-115 ; revealed a mostly unstructured protein with only a short sequence within the essential binding site amino acids 89-104, ; exhibiting the tendency to form an alpha helix Figure 2B ; . This is consistent with the observation that a DHBV preS-polypeptide can be treated repeatedly with denaturing agents without losing the ability to bind dCPD with an unaffected KD of 1.5 nmol L at 37[115]. Thus, the dCPD-binding domain of DHBV represents the first example of a viral protein belonging to the group of intrinsically unstructured disordered proteins[123] and in that way differs from the well ordered structures found on the surfaces of other enveloped viruses; e.g. influenza virus hemaglutinin or HIV gp120. Structural analyses performed with the whole HBV preS1-polypeptide, as well as with myristoylated N-terminal preS1 peptide fragments, lead to similar results unpublished data ; . Immunization of mice using whole duck hepatocytes and subsequent screening of mabs with respect to their potential to inhibit DHBV binding to and infection of PDH, Guo and Pugh isolated two IgMs exhibiting both activities[124]. They immunoprecipitated a 55 kDa cellular protein that is also detectable in other tissues of ducks and and avalide.

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