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    • Multi-Physics Computational Framework For Coupled Electric, Magnetic and Mechanical Systems Using Wavelet Transformation Based Multi Time Scaling (WATMUS) 

      Yaghmaie, Reza; 0000-0002-0482-4002 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2018-01-16)
      Multi-functional devices that integrate electromagnetic and mechanical fields are gaining importance in a wide variety of applications. The combined mechanical and electromagnetic regimes, encompassed in these structures, ...
    • MULTI-STEP INHIBITION EXPLAINS HIV-1 PROTEASE INHIBITOR PHARMACODYNAMICS AND RESISTANCE 

      Rabi, Seyed rabi (Johns Hopkins University, 2014-03-19)
      HIV-1 protease inhibitors (PIs) are among the most effective antiretroviral drugs due to highly cooperative dose-response curves that are not explained by current pharmacodynamic theory. Another unresolved problem affecting ...
    • Multidrug recognition and Multidrug transcription activation by the gene regulator, BmrR 

      Bachas, Sharrol T. (Johns Hopkins University, 2014-05-14)
      Multidrug resistance (MDR) is conferred by multidrug (MD) transporters and MD-responsive gene regulators. Intriguingly, regulation of MD transporters and gene regulators depend on interactions with numerous unrelated ...
    • Multiple Adverse Experiences and Child Cognitive Development 

      Guinosso, Stephanie Allision (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-10-13)
      Background Children exposed to multiple adversities in their social environment are more likely to have poorer cognitive outcomes. This dissertation examined the relations between multiple adverse experiences in childhood ...
    • Multiple Consequences of a Single Amino Acid Pathogenic RTK Mutation: The A391E Mutation in FGFR3 

      Chen, Fenghao; Sarabipour, Sarvenaz; Hristova, Kalina (PLoS Organization, 2013-02-20)
      The A391E mutation in fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 (FGFR3) is the genetic cause for Crouzon syndrome with Acanthosis Nigricans. Here we investigate the effect of this mutation on FGFR3 activation in HEK 293 T cells ...
    • A multiple feature model for musical similarity retrieval 

      Eric Allamanche; Jürgen Herre; Oliver Hellmuth; Thorsten Kastner; Christian Ertel (Johns Hopkins University, 2003-10-26)
      Automated musical similarity search and retrieval has gained great attention in recent years, as testified by the number of proposed approaches on this topic. Despite the ``fuzzy'' nature of similarity, which varies from ...
    • Multiple Weighted Expected Utility Theory 

      Zhou, Nan (Johns Hopkins University, 2014-03-10)
      Multiple Weighted Expected Utility Theory Chapter 1: Expected Utility without the Independence and Completeness Axioms This paper establishes an intuitive foundation for modeling preferences which do not obey either ...
    • Multiscale Mechanics of Failure in Extreme Environments 

      Wilkerson, Justin (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2014-12-29)
      Over the past five decades there has been an intense effort to understand and control the thermomechanical response of materials in extreme environments. A number of technologies and applications critical to our safety and ...
    • Multiscale Modeling of Calcium-Induced Arrhythmias 

      Walker, Mark A.; 0000-0001-6613-4560 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-05-03)
      Sudden cardiac death occurs when an unexpected ventricular arrhythmia degenerates into fibrillation, which prevents the heart from pumping blood through the body. Heart diseases such as heart failure are significant risk ...
    • MULTISCALE MODELING OF REACTIVE Ni/Al NANOLAMINATES 

      Alawieh, Leen (Johns Hopkins University, 2013-10-20)
      This dissertation employs multiscale modeling for the purpose of investigating reactions occurring in reactive Ni/Al nanolaminates. These are comprised of alternating layers of Ni and Al that can react exothermically upon ...
    • Multiscale Optical Imaging of Mouse Auditory Cortex 

      Issa, John B. (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-03-24)
      A spatially organized pattern of neural encoding, first elucidated by Mountcastle over 50 years ago, comprises a core principle of sensory cortices. Such organization has traditionally been studied by microelectrode mapping ...
    • Multivalent Polymer-Peptide System Containing Eye Drops for Enhanced Hyaluronic Acid Retention on Ocular Surfaces 

      Yu, Christine; 0000-0003-3203-5614 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2018-05-11)
      Dry eye disease is an ocular condition that affects millions of people in the United States alone, especially the elderly population. Current treatment methods for mild cases of the disease are saline-, polymer-, or ...
    • Multivesicular bodies mediate long-range retrograde NGF-TrkA signaling 

      Ye, Mengchen (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2017-08-24)
      Target-derived nerve growth factor (NGF), by activating its receptor TrkA on distal axons, supports survival, growth and maintenance of connectivity of postganglionic sympathetic neurons and small-diameter primary sensory ...
    • Mumford, Owen John 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, approximat)
      Chest-up | Full view | ca. 22 years of age
    • Mumma, Elmer LeRoy 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, approximat)
      Chest-up | Full view | ca. 22 years of age
    • Mumma, Richard Allen 

      Richard W. Linfield, photographer (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, approximat)
      Sitting | Chest up | Three-quarter view
    • Mumma, Richard Allen 

      Mershot, photographer (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, approximat)
      Sitting | Chest up | Full face
    • Mumma, Richard Allen 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1932)
      Chest up | Full face | ca. 20 years of age
    • Mumma, Richard Allen 

      Jenkins, Hagerstown, MD, photographer (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1975)
      Shoulders up | Full face | c. 75 years of age
    • Munger, Thornton Taft 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.