Abstracts: Private Agriculture Giant to Go a Bit Public. Five Bidders Seek to Win Albertson's At Auction. Whirlpool Submits Surprise Bid For Maytag
Abstracts: Sanofi Makes Its Bid for Aventis;It Is Quickly Rejected as 'Inferior'. Cap Gemini Said to Weigh Selling Unit In America
Abstracts: Safety and efficacy of sirolimus- and paclitaxel-eluting coronary stents. A polymer-based, paclitaxel-eluting stent in patients with coronary artery disease
Abstracts: Paclitaxel-eluting or sirolimus-eluting stents to prevent restenosis in diabetic patients. A clinical trial of abciximab in elective percutaneous coronary intervention after pretreatment with clopidogrel
Abstracts: CDC: Autism spectrum disorders common. Multistate outbreak of Salmonella serotype Tennessee infections associated with Peanut butter-United States, 2006-2007
Abstracts: The role of public health in mental health promotion. Improved national prevalence estimates for 18 selected major birth defects: United States, 1999-2001
Abstracts: In Next Round, No Certainties. Bearhug Politics: Careful Steps to a New Bush-McCain Alliance. Bold Strokes, Few Details
Abstracts: BUSH BACKS AWAY FROM HIS CLAIMS ABOUT IRAQ ARMS. Reshaping Nuclear Rules. In the Debate, Exaggerations And Shadings
Abstracts: Canada Bank Is Said to Face Legal Action By Regulators. Suits Contend Mutual Funds Fail to Collect In Settlements
Abstracts: Fund Misconduct Is Common, Panel Is Told. F.C.C. to Review Decision on Sale Of 4 Stations. A Texas Race For the House Or the F.C.C.?
Abstracts: Debt-Heavy Economy May Be Too Jittery About Rates. Whoops! It's 1985 All Over Again. When It Comes to Presidential Politics, the Fed Walks a Tightrope
Abstracts: Prosecutor Says Martha Stewart Spun Web of Lies About Shares. part 2 5 Months in Jail, and Stewart Vows, 'I'll Be Back'
Abstracts: Case 40-2005: An 18-year-old man with a one-month history of nontender left mandibular swelling. A 14-year-old boy with abnormal bones and a sacral mass
Abstracts: EX-ARMS MONITOR URGES AN INQUIRY ON IRAQI THREAT. BUSH SET TO NAME EX-HEAD OF POLICE FOR SECURITY POST. U.S. REPORT SAYS HUSSEIN BOUGHT ARMS WITH EASE
Abstracts: Senate Passes A Bill to Cover Pension Plans. Deficit Soars At Agency That Insures Pension Plans. New Tug of War Over Excess Pension Cash
Abstracts: Report on Iraq Case Clears Blair and Faults BBC. A Reporter-Anchor Who Blazed a Trail of His Own. Keeping CBS's Eye on Its Own World
Abstracts: IN SHAKE-UP, DEAN NAMES GORE ALLY TO RUN CAMPAIGN. Supporters Get Incentive Plans At Bush Rallies. In Suicide Note, Bitter Plaintiff Says He Killed Judge's Family
Abstracts: Pixar, Creator of 'Finding Nemo,' Sees End to Its Disney Partnership. Pixar to Find Its Own Way as Disney Partnership Ends
Abstracts: Whoever Is Chosen, Democrats Spoil for a Fight. Bush Promises: Some Fulfilled, Some Thwarted. Cheney Stakes Out His Own Position On Gay Marriages
Abstracts: Hollinger vs. Hollinger: A Paper War Everyone but Lawyers Could Lose. Halliburton Settles S.E.C. Accusations
Abstracts: BUSH'S AIDES PUT HIGHER PRICE TAG ON MEDICARE LAW. HUGE BILL FRAUD CITED AT CLINICS. Wall St. Lobby Quietly Tackles Social Security
Abstracts: Merck Says It Will Post the Results of All Drug Trials. As Doctor Writes Prescription, Drug Company Writes a Check
Abstracts: Gloves off as bill enters round three. Diploma pitched to tackle skill gap. Threat to medical schools as health budgets slashed
Abstracts: NHS deal set to ban fees for nursing. RAE link to funding may thin PhD ranks. 'Opaque' course costs set alarm bells ringing
Abstracts: Scientists fear pro-life hijacking of debate. Sex offence checks not just for schools, lawyers warn. The final motion is a suicidal split over ethics
Abstracts: Arrest sparks warning over foreign agents. Teaching tops the list for student satisfaction. International providers may have to pay for quality checks
Abstracts: College costs on election agenda. Blunder defers debate. Top colleges get choosier to beat deluge
Abstracts: Invest in education and it will pay you back. 'The US admissions system would be considered corrupt in Britain, but it engineers social equality while educating the privileged in decency'
Abstracts: 'Essays are the students' revenge. They follow the inexorable logic of a Greek tragedy. You bore them and they bore you. En masse--page upon page'
Abstracts: 10% off if you take this BSc. Post-exam application will generate 'panic'. It's time to consider the great unmentionable
Abstracts: Hot lecturers and nasty idealogues. An espresso at three in the morning is just so last year. Curse.com or blessing.net? Or be silent and take up stamp collecting
Abstracts: Is your pension funding this? Early careers spent grinding teeth, not cutting them. Worrying case of can't write, won't write
Abstracts: Economy Remained Strong In 4th Quarter, U.S. Reports. Deficits and Tax System Changes In Bush's Second-Term Economy
Abstracts: Democrats Assail, and Tap, 'Special Interests'. Republican Donors Are Paying to Play At the Convention. Conservatives and Rivals Press a Struggling PBS
Abstracts: Pixar to Find Its Own Way as Disney Partnership Ends. Sales Are Soaring And Hollywood Is Split Over Dividing Profits
Abstracts: In Philadelphia, Southwest Is Trying The Front Door. Judge Gives US Airways Authority to Cut Union Pay. Sorting Out The Winners If US Airways Doesn't Survive
Abstracts: Debt-Heavy Economy May Be Too Jittery About Rates. Economy Hits Energy Prices, And the Brakes. Consumers Give Signs of a Free-Spending Holiday Season
Abstracts: In Trial Work, Edwards Left A Trademark. Little-Tested Law Is Used Against Journalists in Leak. Legal Scholars Criticize Memos on Torture
Abstracts: Making Drugs, Shaping the Rules. New Scrutiny of Drugs in Vioxx's Family. How to Make Pain Relief Cool: Add Ski Bunnies and Mint Flavor
Abstracts: New Math Aside, Earnings Still Reign. Who's Afraid Of Shareholder Democracy? KPMG Settles With S.E.C. On Xerox Audits
Abstracts: Missteps Pulled A Surging Dean Back to Earth. The Post-Debate Contest: Swaying Perceptions. Poll Finds Gain for Mayor, but a Long Way to Go
Abstracts: Path to Super Bowl No Longer Lined With Stars. Magazines Suddenly Lose Their Muscle. Even Buffett Can't Avoid Dark Clouds Settling Over Insurance Industry
Abstracts: BUSH TO BACK OFF SOME INITIATIVES FOR BUDGET PLAN. Last Job Count Before Election: Always a Political Number. Tax Measure, And Its Breaks, Passes Senate
Abstracts: BUSH TO ESTABLISH PANEL TO EXAMINE U.S. INTELLIGENCE. Inside Line From Japan to CBS? No Chance, Say the Schieffers
Abstracts: The role of father involvement in children's later mental health. Childhoos families of homeless and poor adults in Britain: A prospective study
Abstracts: What is altruism? A reply to critics. A reply to Elias Khalil's "What is altruism?"
Abstracts: Privacy versus willingness to disclose in e-commerce exchanges: the effect of risk awareness on the relative role of trust and control
Abstracts: Effects of ranolazine on recurrent cardiovascular events in patients with non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndromes: The MERLIN-TIMI 36 randomized trial
Abstracts: Injury prevention, part 1. Injury prevention, part 2. Car occupant death according to the restraint use of other occupants: a matched cohort study
Abstracts: Continuing Screening Mammography in Women Aged 70 to 79 Years: Impact on Life Expectancy and Cost-effectiveness
Abstracts: The association between hospital volume and survival after acute myocardial infarction in elderly patients. Association between cholesterol level and mortality in dialysis patients: role of inflammation and malnutrition
Abstracts: Quantifying the federal minimal risk standard: Implications for pediatric research without a prospect of direct benefit
Abstracts: A Winning Kerry Loosens Up, and Crowds React. A More Relaxed Laura Bush Shows Complexity Under Calm. Cash Collectors For Kerry Race Run the Gamut
Abstracts: The Shifting Burden of Emergency Care. Hospitals, Eager to Build, May Find Funds Scarcer. Suits Challenge Hospital Bills Of Uninsured
Abstracts: Stage Is Set For Key Day Of Testimony In Stewart Case. Stewart Likely To Influence Her Company, Even From Jail
Abstracts: Two distinct pathways for trehalose assimilation in the yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae. Saccharomyces cerevisiae JEN1 promoter activity is inversely related to concentration of repressing sugar
Abstracts: Relative ability of orally administered Lactobacillus murinus to predominate and persist in the porcine gastrointestinal tract
Abstracts: Serotyping, stx(sub 2) subtyping, and characterization of the locus of enterocyte effacement island of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli and E. coli O157:H7 strains isolated from the environment in France
Abstracts: Quantification of Campylobacter spp. in chicken rinse samples by using flotation prior to real-time PCR. Rapid and specific detection of salmonella spp. in animal feed samples by PCR after culture enrichment
Abstracts: Mur-LH, the broad-spectrum endolysin of Lactobacillus helveticus temperature bacteriophage phi-0303. Hydrolysis of sequenced beta-casein peptides provides new insight into peptidase activity from thermophilic lactic acid bacteria and highlights intrinsic resistance of phosphopeptides
Abstracts: Financial conflicts of interest and the NIH. Biomedical research and biosecurity. Conflicts of interest at the NIH - resolving the problem
Abstracts: Effect of canavanine from alfalfa seeds on the population biology of Bacillus cereus. Genetics of zwittermicin A production by Bacillus cereus
Abstracts: Health care on the hill--Democrats set the agenda. The battle over SCHIP. The mental health maze and the call for transformation
Abstracts: Detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in water: Effect of the number of samples and analytic replicates on test results
Abstracts: Amplified expression of fructose 1,6-biophophatase in Corynebacterium glutamicum increases in vivo flux through the pentose phosphate pathway and lysine production on different carbon sources
Abstracts: Identification of Carnobacterium species by restriction fragment length polymorphism of the 16S-23S rRNA gene intergenic spacer region and species-specific PCR
Abstracts: Involvement of two specific causes of cell mortality in freeze-thaw cycles with freezing to -196 degrees Celsius
Abstracts: Blair OKs Army to defend lab. V-cs go on high alert on animal terrorism. Oxford to build animal facility
Abstracts: Rescuer's central role and rewards under fire. Staff unready for new age challenges, survey says. It's out with the old...
Abstracts: Gender divide is deep. Cambridge v-c fears effects of expansion. Drive on to topple a bullish Clarke
Abstracts: Manic research roundabout is the only ride in town. Big antlers will drag you down. Tomorrow's stars at risk if RAE is ditched
Abstracts: Eleven years--that's one long tutorial. Summers and discontents. The best friend a baby could have
Abstracts: Vice-chancellor and top academic pay 2002-03. V-C and top academic pay 2003-04. We must sit around a single table: A sensible reform of the national pay system is urgently required
Abstracts: Unions fear trade deals with US. First fall in enrolment fuels fear of closures. Applications and entrance requirements fall as Australian student debt rises
Abstracts: ...want to see vice-chancellors on the picket line. Bonuses to tempt top staff in jobs boom. Up to 100% of pay witheld
Abstracts: Can Jonny put youngsters in touch with engineering? It is and it isn't rocket science. Industrial ties keep US in prime position--but India is not far behind
Abstracts: Learn from the experience, then move on... If you don't use it, lose it. Your spirits will lift. Keep your children and hobbies to yourself
Abstracts: Salsa it's not, but we can teach Latins our moves. A crash course in customer care. ... think universities need to acknowledge class as the final taboo
Abstracts: ...think universities need to start a campaign for true dissent. ...believe cultivating scepticism is the real value of the university
Abstracts: Two out of three is just not enough. Quality equaliser. Academic refugees put strain on council
Abstracts: Play with your food, so long as you eat it. 'The lecturer will strike a bargain. He will provide handouts and the term paper will require students to tell the lecturer what the handouts told them'
Abstracts: Fears for UKPd200m bid to aid research. Union calls for Hefce review. Staff who donate their home to university could win tax break
Abstracts: UK called on to 'save to study'. Massive IT spends in bid to cut red tape. Vader's telepathic link to his stomach
Abstracts: English funding allocations 2004-05. Financial literacy is the key to raising our game. 'Sir Howard Newby must sometimes feel a bit like Buridan's ass, and he must sometimes wonder whether Hefce isn't a Pushmi-Pullyu'
Abstracts: Virtue from necessity. Pick a perk, any perk... but read the small print. Students: use fees for books not pay
Abstracts: Passionate observer who wants everyone to feel the earth move. Come-hither eyes...and some impressive publications
Abstracts: Taking the fiction out of science's portrayal. ...believe scientists should be less ashamed of their passion. Armed and dangerously provocative..
Abstracts: Delay term to aid fair entry, say top v-cs. Oxford to publish official league table for colleges. Oxford pins fortunes on postgraduates
Abstracts: Out with ye olde classics? Anti top-up fee resolve wavers. No 'crisis' as science loses allure
Abstracts: Doubly good way to get into circulation. 'I am sure I was not alone in shuddering with horror as I read that future PhD training may come under the Quality Assurance Agency'
Abstracts: Bid to create a German Ivy League receives UKPd1.3bn shot in the arm. Changes in Scotland's resources for teaching and research, 2003-04 to 2004-05
Abstracts: Review pans UEL finance course. 2006 degrees will be 'suspect'. Poor report casts doubt on flagship initiative
Abstracts: 'We had a name with one dead county in it'. UEA asks drivers to think green. ...believe our student bursaries will help keep Oxford open to all
Abstracts: Getting the cold shoulder? Elbow your way in... Shout out and hope for change. Pulling power
Abstracts: It's last orders at Aberdeen. Kant get no satisfaction, try iTunes new No 1. How royal titbits kept the newshounds at bay
Abstracts: Fear over legality of complaint watchdog. Research damaged as visas withheld. Palestinians accuse UCU
Abstracts: Telford: keep up chat, Kat. Students 'lack basics'. Runners line up for the National Union of Students leadership stakes
Abstracts: Quick fix will not rescue UK plc from RAE robbers. Forget the deckchairs--are we on the right ship? Be prepared to enter eurozone
Abstracts: Irrational response. Darwin is alive and kicking. 'Who can communicate in a language that's the love-child of post-structuralism and the Institute for Learning and Teaching? Lots of people, apparently'
Abstracts: The result if final: a divided Taiwan. A referendum on President Chen. Chen launches his missile vote
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