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These recent clinical successes have led to a renewed interest in gene therapy, with several articles in scientific and popular publications calling for continued investment in the field.
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`` These recent steps do not offer the possibility of extension to the great number of senior engineers who have displayed technical competence.
" These criteria for autobiography generally persisted until recent times, and most serious autobiographies of the next three hundred years conformed to them.
These studies have been challenged by several Brazilian ministries, which assert that recent improvements in environmental laws, enforcement and public attitudes have fundamentally reduced the threat posed to forests by such projects.
These events damaged his reputation among the ancient writers, though more recent historians have revised this opinion.
These range in diameter from a few tens of meters up to about 300 km, and they range in age from recent times ( e. g. the Sikhote-Alin craters in Russia whose creation were witnessed in 1947 ) to more than two billion years, though most are less than 500 million years old because geological processes tend to obliterate older craters.
These figures indicate that, compared to the more recent figures above, there has been a deterioration this decade, rather than improvement.
These more recent versions, however, maintain that only the subjective, qualitative aspects of mental states are epiphenomenal.
These obstacles are slowly being overcome, with international ( in-and outgoing ) and transit ( through ) traffic being responsible for a large part of the recent uptake in rail freight volume.
These factors have caused Gosford, and the wider Central Coast's population to grow rapidly in recent years.
These vehicles are often converted full-size station wagons that may or may not feature a traditional landau roof and bars, although in recent years, following the end of the full-size station wagon era, the preference has shifted towards minivans with slide-over landau bar panels for the third row windows.
These modern admissions of ignorance are a relatively recent trend ; earlier generations of historians were less sceptical.
These facilitated information retrieval and data mining efforts, which have in recent years begun to relate to knowledge representation.
These substances are generally more recent discoveries that have not yet been recognized as vitamins or as required.
These ages are very recent in geological terms, suggesting that the mountain may still be volcanically active, though in a very quiescent and episodic fashion.
These factors have changed dramatically in recent decades, both with the decreasing cost of computing power and with new mathematical discoveries.
These examples cannot be more recent Anglo-Scandinavian toponyms, because in that case they would have been numerous in the Norman regions ( pays de Caux, Basse-Seine, North-Cotentin ) concerned by these Nordic settlements.
These factors led to the network struggling in the ratings over the past few years, with its most recent Star Trek franchise, Star Trek: Enterprise, perhaps suffering the most and ultimately being cancelled by the network in a controversial decision in February 2005.
These specific election donations are known as ‘ hard money .’ The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act ( BCRA ) of 2002, also known as " McCain-Feingold ", after its sponsors, is the most recent major federal law on campaign finance, which revised some of the legal limits on expenditures set in 1974, and prohibited unregulated contributions ( commonly referred to as " soft money ") to national political parties.
These skin collections have been utilized in more recent times for studies on molecular phylogenetics by the extraction of ancient DNA.
These include issues related to the recent reintroduction into the wild of the highly endangered California condor, air tour overflight noise levels, water rights disputes with various tribal reservations that border the park, and forest fire management.
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These were selected carefully and included not only detailed clinical information but adequate pathology of value for research and educational purposes.
These are few and seemingly disjointed data, but they illustrate the important fact that fundamental alterations in conditioned reactions occur in a variety of states in which the hypothalamic balance has been altered by physiological experimentation, pharmacological action, or clinical processes.
These specialists perform valuable services by helping teachers learn to identify children who need special attention, by suggesting ways of meeting the needs of individual children in the regular classroom, and by providing clinical services for severely maladjusted children.
These findings are based on laboratory studies, and in clinical settings have also been shown to eliminate bacterial infection.
These terms have been used in interchangeable ways which can allow for cognitive and clinical diagnostic misjudgment to occur.
These include antithymocyte globulin and mycophenolate mofetil ; some reports have reported improvements in the skin symptoms as well as delaying the progress of systemic disease, but neither of them have been subjected to large clinical trials.
These criteria use the self-reported experiences of the person and reported abnormalities in behavior, followed by a clinical assessment by a mental health professional.
These studies have examined transsexuals who received clinical approval to undergo reassignment and proceeded to do so.
These concerns have led the American Diabetes Association and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes to issue a joint statement identifying eight major concerns on the clinical utility of the metabolic syndrome.
These disorders are characterized by clinical and biochemical heterogeneity and also genetic heterogeneity, as evidenced by recent molecular studies.
These programs are often online " degrees " and offer no biomedical education as well as no clinical training.
These conditions may share clinical features, genetic contributions, and possibly treatment response ; however, differences between trichotillomania and OCD are present in symptoms, neural function and cognitive profile.
These new materials encapsulated the benefits of silicone — which has extremely high oxygen permeability — with the comfort and clinical performance of the conventional hydrogels which had been used for the previous 30 years.
These clinical studies formed the basis of the FDA-clearance to market the NeuroStar TMS Therapy System in the United States in October of 2008 for the treatment of major depression in patients who failed to benefit from initial antidepressant medication.
These research outcomes were verified in clinical practice in a study which has evaluated the clinical outcomes of TMS therapy in 42 U. S. practices.
These criteria are specific ; however, they are not particularly sensitive and are more useful for research than for clinical use.
These compounds have proven useful in studying the cytoskeleton and several have clinical applications.
These differing tissue specificities cause the differing clinical manifestations of the various forms of leishmaniasis.
These activities are pursued in the interest of the consumer and public health, to prevent unnecessary duplication of clinical trials in humans and to minimize the use of animal testing without compromising the regulatory obligations of safety and effectiveness.
These amounts can be small, just covering a partial salary for research assistants and the cost of any supplies ( usually the case with national health agency studies ), or be substantial and include ' overhead ' that allows the investigator to pay the research staff during times between clinical trials.