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The Next Generation Integrated Library System: A Promise Fulfilled?
(Library & Information Technology Association, 2012)
The adoption of integrated library systems (ILS) became prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s as libraries began or continued to automate their processes. These systems enabled library staff to work, in many cases, more efficiently ...
Implications of systemic dysfunction for the etiology of malignancy
(Libertas Academica, 2013)
The current approach to treatment in oncology is to replace the generally cytotoxic chemotherapies with pharmaceutical treatment which inactivates specific molecular targets associated with cancer development and progression. ...
Future of bibliographic control
With the development of RDA and recommendations from the Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control, the presentation analyzes the future of cataloging standards and the recommendations from the Working Group.
Integrative Discovery of Epigenetically Derepressed Cancer Testis Antigens in NSCLC
(Public Library of Science, 2009)
Background Cancer/testis antigens (CTAs) were first discovered as immunogenic targets normally expressed in germline cells, but differentially expressed in a variety of human cancers. In this study, we used an integrative ...
Mining and Analyzing Circulation and ILL Data for Informed Collection Development
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2015)
The authors investigated quantitative methods of collection use analysis employing library data that are available in ILS and ILL systems to better understand library collection use and user needs. For the purpose of the ...
RDA: Resource description & access—a survey of the current state of the art
Resource Description & Access (RDA) is intended to provide a flexible and extensible framework that can accommodate all types of content and media within rapidly evolving digital environments while also maintaining ...
Mean survival times of absorbing triply periodic minimal surfaces
(American Physical Society, 2009)
Understanding the transport properties of a porous medium from a knowledge of its microstructure is a problem of great interest in the physical, chemical and biological sciences. Using a first passage time method, we compute ...
Evaluating optimal therapy robustness by virtual expansion of a sample population, with a case study in cancer immunotherapy
(National Academy of Sciences, 2017)
Cancer is a highly heterogeneous disease, exhibiting spatial and temporal variations that pose challenges for designing robust therapies. Here, we propose the VEPART (Virtual Expansion of Populations for Analyzing Robustness ...
Needed: Improved Collaboration among Subject Librarians
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2012)
Synthesis and biochemical testing of next generation peptide inhibitors of thrombosis
The first interaction at a damaged blood vessel is between the multimeric glycoprotein von Willebrand Factor (vWF) and collagen that is now exposed. Binding of vWF enhances the rate of platelet binding at the site of injury ...