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A weak to moderate cross-reactivity with anti-BT-R 1 was observed for B. mori BBMV as well as the putative cadherin-like receptor fraction, providing strongevidence that the material is a cadherin-like protein (Fig.
These studies, along with anecdotalevidence that we have gathered, indicate that a mostly raw food vegetarian diet is helpful in breaking the cycle of suffering of FMS patients.
Moreover, there is extensive scientificevidence, especially in countries with better and long lasting national health programs, that the prevalence of metabolic syndrome has increased in the last decade, which suggest that the disease burden (including type 2 diabetes) has increased as well [ 1 ] .
The most striking observation from our experiments is that it provides clearevidence that the "CD56+ T cells" contribute little to cytotoxic activity against the U937 target cell line.
During the medicine clerkship, we taught the students how to find and appraise medicalevidence.
Although no specific experimentalevidence is available on the mode of action of ButaIT, it is assumed that ButaIT exerts similar ion channel blocking activity as that of other short insect toxins.
Background A plethora of circumstantialevidence implicates downregulation of the cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor p27 in prostate cancer.
While this is not directevidence that the model is correct, subsequent molecular modeling of the data presented in this paper may provide further support for our hypothesis.
Despite compellingevidence from Arabidopsis implying that COP1 may mediate protein degradation [ 4 5 ] , no direct evidence of COP1 participating in ubiquitination has been reported.
The most convincingevidence that supports the A54T polymorphism as a causal mutation is from a functional study of mutated FABP2 [ 9].
Clinicalevidence of liver disease, defined in methods section, was found in 12 patients (20.3%), all of whom had abnormal liver function tests.
Yet despite this display of theoretical competence, there is no empiricalevidence of non-kin cooperation in a situation, natural or contrived, where the payoffs are known to conform to a Prisoner's Dilemma".
Back to the NYT story on restraining the IRS: There's exactly one example given of the kinds of cases the revision would apply to, and it speaks volumes about the sort of people Republican tax reformers and/or Times reporters and editors most naturally think of: "...cases where the taxpayer and the IRS presented conflicting but equally credibleevidence--for example, the value of a painting given to a museum..."
Monica Lewinsky will offer not just testimony, but physicalevidence: 1) answering machine messages with Clinton's voice on them and 2) the infamous, allegedly semen-stained, sex dress.
A story explores a new phenomenon of urban juries: Black women jurors are causing mistrials by refusing to convict black men despite overwhelmingevidence of guilt.
There is considerableevidence to suggest that bile acids activate a variety of cellular signaling pathways in liver cells [ 20 ] .
There is substantialevidence that, although gene expression can be tightly controlled, neighboring genes or chromatin regions are important for the expression of individual genes.
Limpert was a Felt man long before James Mann wrote his Atlantic article (which, nonetheless, offered up a lot of hardevidence that Limpert wouldn't have been privy to).
However, the United States Preventive Services Task Force and the American College of Physicians have not endorsed routine screening because there is no conclusiveevidence that screening and treatment reduce morbidity and mortality from prostate cancer [ 7 8 ] .
Expertevidence had shown that there would be negligible effects to the air by releases of gas or odours from the development and that there would be no danger to flora and fauna, including mahinga kai, and no danger to human or animal health.
However, it should be noted that a significant difference of gene expression between a single chip from the experimental group and a single chip from the baseline group can not provide statisticalevidence to show that the two groups are different.
There is insufficientevidence at present to determine whether or not this difference is biologically based, related to the covarion model [ 46 ] , or follows a simple scaling relationship with time or total protein distance.
Also there is significantevidence that MAGUKs are active in protein clustering especially of ion channels and membrane bound receptors [ 6 ] .
Among the conditions: Inspectors must have "unfettered access" to weapons sites, and Iraq must turn over all documentaryevidence of producing weapons of mass destruction.
In a recent discussion of the subject in Bible Review , leading British scholar Philip Davies is quoted as saying that "the figure of King David is about as real as [that of] King Arthur," and minimalists point out that the archaeologicalevidence for David's existence amounts to a solitary reference to the "House of David" on a victory monument at Tel Dan.
Third, despite the high risk nature of enrolled patients (ie, electrocardiogram [ECG] changes and/or other objectiveevidence of ischemia), the rate of platelet glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitor utilization was quite low (1.1%).
The author, who has written for various B-list Texas publications and previously published a biography of the Star Trek actor Patrick Stewart, has no actualevidence to support his charge.
Note that "virtual" pooling serves as indirectevidence only.
Too bad for the kids who will be taught this partisan line; most recent historicalevidence doesn't support it.
Those patients with serologicalevidence of systemic inflammation, as shown by an elevated sedimentation rate, were more likely to have liver test abnormalities.
However, we have no corroborativeevidence to support this possibility such as the glycogen content of muscle fibers after exercise or electrical stimulation.
Bettelheim's penchant for heroic narrative certainly did bolster his popular image, though Pollak gives ampleevidence that his insistence on blaming mothers and claiming miracles also invited skepticism from parents and psychiatrists.
However, a recent systematic review by Bottomley et al [ 37 ] indicated that solidevidence about the effect of EPO on this end point is lacking.
Preliminaryevidence indicates that this RNase III orthologue participates in rRNA maturation.
We show that this domain is also present in the bacteria, and presentevidence that these two domains are likely to function together both in eukaryotes and bacteria, and activate a diverse set of downstream signals.
The LAT says Starr was in a hurry to make a deal for keyevidence (i.e., answering machine messages and semen-stained dress) that would help provide a timely and conclusive end to his investigation.
We therefore used the Affymetrix algorithm, which is likely to be used by most investigators until there is definitiveevidence that alternative methods are superior.
The most insidious blame-the-Jews concept locates Hitler's anti-Semitism in his own putative Jewish ancestry (for which no reliableevidence exists).
Depending on any directions previously given, a witness may read a prepared statement or give oralevidence.
In addition, based on overexpression, distinct SCF Pop1pand SCF Pop2pcomplexes were proposed to target unknown substrates, but no biochemicalevidence of their activity was provided [ 18 ] .
Morris, however, selects a few incidents in Reagan's presidency and attributes to them a historic importance for which there is no realevidence.
Kyushu enjoys its special place in the national mythology as the cradle of Japanese civilization, despite the support of only a meager amount of archeologicalevidence.
There is scantevidence for that, too.
There is extensiveevidence from previous studies demonstrating that alpha-crystallin plays a role in the cytoskeletal organization.
"My investigators work very hard and diligently to find relevantevidence," Starr offered.
We report here both neuroanatomic and genetic quantitativeevidence that the size of the striatum and the number of neurons contained within it are modulated independently.
This intriguing geneticevidence indicates a role for GABA-mediated signaling in the development of a non-neural structure, the secondary palate.
From there, political leaders like Sen. Barbara Boxer and the NAACP's Kweisi Mfume began calling for investigations, and the mainstream press was forced to write metastories with headlines like this one, from the Oct. 21 New York Times : "Though EvidenceisThin, Tale of CIA and Drugs Has Life Of Its Own."
In this case, the evidenceisstrong that the trout didn't get there by accident--someone put it there--milk not being a natural habitat for fish.
However, we hold that the evidenceisinconclusive and not sufficiently probative for us to make a determination on the economic issues."
- -Ananda Gupta Chatterbox interjects: Yes, but the evidencewasshaky--something the Wall Street Journal 's editorial page, which broke the story, was not very forthcoming about.
Committee Chairman Sen. Fred Thompson, R-Tenn., announced that he had evidence of a Chinese plot to infiltrate the United States, but couldn't say more because the evidenceistop secret.
Several lines of evidenceareconsistent with this view.
Most of the evidencewascircumstantial and followed multiple, large dose, or frequent injections.
The evidenceisflaky--a woman who has both confirmed and denied the story, corroborators with their own reasons to lie--but major scandals have been built on less.
The supposed evidencewashearsay from biased witnesses.
The evidencewasinadequate to accept or reject a causal relationship between the HepB vaccine and all other demyelinating conditions.
Although the evidenceisindirect, these data are consistent with the hypothesis that high levels of activated synovial gelatinases reflect augmented synovial invasiveness; these observations are similar to those made in the context of invasive cancers [ 16].
The evidenceismedical, anecdotal, sociological and generally compelling.
His destruction of the prosecution's heralded DNA evidencewasmeticulous, obnoxious, and unforgettable.
If such evidenceispresent, return Kennewick Man to his rightful tribal reservation.
As all evidenceisselective, it is not possible to make a judgement which is completely free from bias: An act of selection is an act of bias.
"The evidenceissilent concerning the continued observance in Matthews' time of those aspects of traditional lifestyle to which reference is made in the passages quoted from Curr.
This lack of evidenceissurprising because several authors have maintained that guidelines need to be developed regionally in order to increase the likelihood that they will be adopted by local practitioners (Newton et al., 1996).
However, it would be foolish to reject him on the grounds that the historical evidenceisunreliable.
Happy Trails raises as many questions as it answers: I have trouble believing that gunsel is a “cowboy word for a braggart,” for which no evidenceisadduced.
Such evidenceisvital for many reasons.
The ruling overturned the 1923 Frye decision on which the courts had been relying, and means that the courts now have to play a more extensive gate-keeping role in determining whether scientific evidenceisadmissible.
Krugman's disdain for evidenceisalarming; I can well hear him telling the hungry to simply eat more hot dogs.
This came after Flynt's investigator, Dan Moldea, told the Washington Times, "We have a lot of these guys, dead bang, and the evidenceisclear.
But, says neurobiologist and olfaction expert Lawrence C. Katz (Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States), ‘the onus is now on people who believe otherwise [than the labelled-line model] to provide compelling proof for the cross-fibre theory because now, at least at the periphery, the evidenceiscompelling for a labelled line for bitter, sweet, and umami’.
If his evidenceiscredible, that is as far as he need go as it is not always possible for independent evidence of police activity to be obtained.
" In an editorial, the Times (which is serializing the book Ghosts of Everest: The Search for Mallory , by Jochen Hemmleb, Larry Johnson, and Eric Simonson) admitted that the evidenceishardlyconclusive but said that an American search expedition will return to Everest next year to look for the body of Mallory's fellow mountaineer Andrew Irvine and for the missing camera with which Irvine planned to record them both on the roof of the world.
The available body of evidenceisrelativelyslim in this area, and concentrated in descriptive studies, largely from the UK and USA.
Mr Howie noted that the evidencewasseriouslyflawed.