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(International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 2015)Intact ecosystems across jurisdictional boundaries are of growing importance as the world continues to experience the impacts of climate change. International boundaries have, however, been drawn for political rather than ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2016)This study contributes to the growing research on everyday cosmopolitanism in diverse societies. We employ a cosmopolitan encounters framework to explore the reflexive openness people perform and the ethical reasoning they ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Protective Effect of Glycyrrhizin, Glycyrrhetic Acid and Matrine on Acute Cholestasis Induced by α-Naphthyl Isothiocyanate in Rats (Planta Medica, 2007)α-Naphthyl isothiocyanate (ANIT) is a known hepatotoxicant that causes acute cholestatic hepatitis characterized by the infiltration of neutrophils around bile ducts and necrotic hepatocytes. The effects of glycyrrhizin ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Sterile v aseptic non-touch technique for needle-less connector care on central venous access devices in a bone marrow transplant population: A comparative study (European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2015)Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine whether a variation in practice from an aseptic non-touch technique (ANTT) to a sterile technique when changing needleless connectors on central venous access devices (CVAD) ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(The Lancet, 2015)Background Uterus transplantation is the first available treatment for absolute uterine infertility, which is caused by absence of the uterus or the presence of a non-functional uterus. Eleven human uterus transplantation ...JOURNAL ARTICLE