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EVALUATION OF THE PROTECTIVE EFFICACY OF HIV-1 PROTEASE INHIBITORS AGAINST ENTEROVIRUS 71 INFECTION IN VITRO
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-04-26)
Enterovirus associated hand, foot and mouth disease continues to be a prominent public health issue despite the numerous vaccine trials and drug development attempts. The lack of a specific and protective antiviral drug ...
MANAGING CYBERSECURITY AS A BUSINESS RISK FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-06-09)
Cyberspace has become the “Wild West” of business opportunities for companies. The explosion of growth opportunities has also created substantial cyber insecurity for such companies. Large companies have the budget and ...
Recommendations to the Secretary of State on Securing High-Risk Diplomatic Facilities
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-12-16)
In 2012, the State Department commissioned an Accountability Review Board (ARB) to investigate the September 11th attacks on U.S. Special Mission Benghazi. The resulting report revealed security lapses in the Department’s ...
Transient Risk of Breakthrough Seizures Associated with Phenytoin Refilling and Switching
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-05-07)
Background Generic substitution is prevalent in the U.S.; however, clinicians and patients remain wary of use of generic products for drugs with narrow therapeutic indices. Epileptic seizure control is an example of a ...
Quantifying Relationships Between Storage and Discharge in a Large Database of Reference Watersheds Across the Continental US
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-04-24)
So far there is not a globally known system for catchment classification that will aid in improved models and communication amongst hydrologists. This paper combines two common methods used to analyze the hydrologic response ...
Educating Patients and Physicians About Bariatric Embolization Through Use of Interactive Media
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-24)
A third of Americans are overweight or obese. Current weight loss options for obese patients are diet and exercise, medical management, or bariatric surgery. A new treatment undergoing clinical trials at Johns Hopkins ...
VISUALIZING MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL ANOMALIES OF A TRISOMY 18 CYCLOPIC HUMAN FETUS IN AN EVO-DEVO CONTEXT WITH TRISOMY COMPARISON
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-03-26)
The study of abnormal development, such as trisomy syndromes, allows us to explore the mysteries and mechanisms of normal evolutionary/developmental (evo/devo) processes, and provides insight into how morphology changes ...
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-20)
A collection of poems.
Occupational Allergy and Asthma Among Laboratory Animal Workers: The Role of Respiratory Protection
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-11-07)
ABSTRACT Problem: Workers exposed to laboratory animal allergens develop laboratory animal allergies (LAA) (sensitization accompanied by allergic symptoms) which often progresses to occupational asthma (OA). Although ...
Forelimb myology and the evolutionary relationships of the aardvark, Orycteropus afer, and other small afrotheres
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-06-20)
The aardvark, Orycteropus afer, is the sole surviving member of the order Tubulidentata, and it has such unusual morphology that few skeletal or dental characters link it to other living mammals. Instead researchers compare ...