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    • The authorship and cultural matrix of the Ilsungpopgyedo 

      Jorgensen, John (Hanguk Pulgyo ui popyonsong kwa t'uksusong, 2008)
    • Authors’ response—Approach to evaluating the reliability and validity of conjunctival ultraviolet autofluorescence measurement 

      Coroneo, Minas; Griffiths, Lyn; Hewitt, Alex; Mackey, David; McKnight, Charlotte; Sherwin, Justic (British Journal of Opthalmology, 2012)
    • Autism in context 1: Classification, counting and causes 

      Bartak, Lawrence; Prior, Margot; Roberts, Jacqueline; Rodger, Sylvia; Williams, Katrina; Woolfenden, Susan (Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2014)
      This review paper describes our current perspective of autism spectrum disorders (ASD), taking into account past, current and future classification systems and the evolving definitions of ASD. International prevalence rates ...
    • Autism in context 2: Assessment, intervention andservices in Australia 

      Bartak, Lawrence; Prior, Margot; Roberts, Jacqueline; Rodger, Sylvia; Williams, Katrina; Woolfenden, Susan (Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2014)
      Continuing from part 1, part 2 of the autism spectrum disorders review explores clinical practice and service delivery aspects of autism spectrum disorders including current assessment approaches in Australia, family-centred ...
    • Auto-audio Ethnography: Or, Pre-teen Girls' Capturing their Popular Musical Practices on Tape 

      Baker, S. (Context: A Journal of Music Research, 2003)
      There are many methodological approaches to the study of popular music and ethnography is increasingly called upon as a method with the potential to emphasise that the popular music is something created, used and interpreted ...
    • Autoantibody profiling in ovarian cancer 

      Berkowitz, R.; Choi, P.; Cramer, D.; Liu, B.; Ng, S.; Ng, Shu-Kay; Rodriguez, N.; Vitonis, A.; Yang, J. (40th Annual Meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Oncologists, 2009)
    • Autoantibody profiling to identify biomarkers of key pathogenic pathways in mucinous ovarian cancer 

      C.-S. Liu, Brian; Choi, Pui-Wah; J. Caiazzo Jr., Robert; J. McLachlan, Geoffrey; Ng, Shu-Wing; Ng, Shu-Kay; R. Welch, William; Rodriguez, Noah; S. Berkowitz, Ross; Tang, Liangdan; Vitonis, Allison; W. Cramer, Daniel; Wang, Kui; Yang, Junzheng (European Journal of Cancer, 2010)
      Mucinous epithelial ovarian cancers are clinically and morphologically distinct from the other histopathologic subtypes of ovarian cancer. Unlike other ovarian subtypes, epidemiologic studies have indicated that tobacco ...
    • An Autoassociator for Automatic Texture Feature Extraction 

      Kulkarni, Siddhivinayak; Verma, Brijesh (International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Multimedia Applications, 2001)
    • Autobiographical Event Memory in Patients With Mesial Temporal Lobe Lesions: Impact of Test Methodology and Aetiology of Lesion 

      Batchelor, Samantha; Gray, Kathryn; Lah, Suncica; Miller, Laurie; Thompson, Elizabeth (Brain Impairment, 2010)
      There is some evidence that in patients with temporal lobe lesions, the presence and temporal pattern of deficits in autobiographical event memory depends on aetiology and the methodology used. In this study, 19 patients ...
    • An autoethnographic account of a cycling charity challenge event: exploring manifest and latent aspects of the experience 

      Coghlan, Alexandra (Journal of Sport and Tourism, 2012)
      Charity challenges are an increasingly popular form of alternative tourism, drawing upon charity events, sports and tourism. This study adopts a thematic/analytic autoethnographic approach to explore some of the themes ...
    • Autoimmune disease in first-degree relatives of patients with multiple sclerosis. A UK survey 

      Broadley, Simon; Deans, J; Sawcer, S; Clayton, D; Compston, D Alastair S (Brain : a journal of neurology, 2000)
      Previous studies examining an association with other autoimmune diseases have suggested the existence of a generalized autoimmune diathesis in patients with multiple sclerosis. We investigated the prevalence of autoimmune ...
    • Autoimmune Thyroid Disease in the Use of Alemtuzumab for Multiple Sclerosis: A Review. 

      Amer, Saima; Aranha, Algenes Alphius; Broadley, Simon; Davoren, Peter; Reda, Elham (Endocrine Practice, 2013)
      Objective: The monoclonal antibody alemtuzumab has been demonstrated to reduce the risks of relapse and accumulation of sustained disability in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients when compared to ߭interferon. The development ...
    • Autologous olfactory ensheathing cell transplantation in human paraplegia: a 3-year clinical trial 

      Bassingwaighte, L.; Bayliss, C.; Cochrane, Julie; Davies, W.; Feron, Francois; Fronek, P.; Geraghty, T.; Gray, C.; Kerr, G.; Licina, P.; Mackay-Sim, Alan; Nowitzke, A.; Perry, C.; Silburn, Peter; Urquhart, S. (Brain: a journal of neurology, 2008)
      Olfactory ensheathing cells show promise in preclinical animal models as a cell transplantation therapy for repair of the injured spinal cord. This is a report of a clinical trial of autologous transplantation of olfactory ...
    • Autologous olfactory ensheathing cell transplantation in human spinal cord injury 

      Cochrane, Julie; Feron, Francois; Geraghty, T.; Licina, P.; Mackay-Sim, Alan; Nowitzske, A.; Perry, C.; Urquhart, S. (Brain, 2005)
      Olfactory ensheathing cells transplanted into the injured spinal cord in animals promote regeneration and remyelination of descending motor pathways through the site of injury and the return of motor functions. In a ...
    • Autologous osteochondral mosaicplasty or TruFit™ plugs for cartilage repair 

      C. Biant, Leela; F. Keating, John; Hindle, Paul; L. Hendry, Jane (Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 2014)
      Purpose Autologous osteochondral mosaicplasty and TruFit頂one graft substitute plugs are methods used to repair symptomatic articular cartilage defects in the adult knee. There have been no comparative studies of the two ...
    • Autologous T cell Therapy for Cytomegalovirus as a Consolidative Treatment for Recurrent Glioblastoma 

      Alexander, Hamish; Beagley, Leone; Crough, Tania; Dasari, Vijayendra; G. Walker, David; Jones, Linda; Khanna, Rajiv; Klein, Kerenaftali; M. Boyle, Glen; Matthews, Katherine; Rehan, Sweera; Schuessler, Andrea; Smalley, Amy; Smith, Corey (Cancer Research, 2014)
      Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is one of the most aggressive human brain malignancies. Even with optimal treatment, median survival is less than 6 months for patients with recurrent GBM. Immune-based therapies have the ...
    • Automata for the People: Machine Noise and Attention 

      Ellison, David (Cultural Studies Review, 2012)
      This article examines the production and reception of incidental machine noise, specifically the variably registered sounds emanating from automata in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The argument proposed here is ...
    • An automated activity monitoring system for rehabilitation 

      Casey, Leanne; Green, Heather; James, Daniel; Laakso, Liisa; Leadbetter, Raymond; McCarthy, Mitchell; Morris, Norman; Muthukkumarasamy, Vallipuram; Ride, Jason; Rowlands, David; Usher, Wayne (Procedia Engineering, 2013)
      Time lost due to injury or illness requiring rehabilitation is a major problem. Activity is an important part of rehabilitation, however compliance and adherence can be challenging. This paper addresses this issue by ...
    • Automated cDNA microarray image segmentation 

      Liew, Alan Wee-Chung; Yan, Hong (International Symposium on Computational Models for Life Sciences, 2007)
      cDNA microarray technology enables whole genome study of gene expressions by measuring the differential expression of genes in microarray images. An important first step in analyzing microarray image is the accurate ...
    • Automated Chinese Essay Scoring from Topic Perspective Using Regularized Latent Semantic Indexing 

      Hao, Shudong; Ke, Dengfeng; Peng, Hengli; Su, Kaile; Xu, Yanyan (ICPR 2014, 2014)
      Finding out an effective way to score Chinese written essays automatically remains challenging for researchers. Several methods have been proposed and developed but limited in the character and word usage levels. As one ...