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  • Other literature type, Article English OPEN
    Vos, J C; Sasker, M; Stunnenberg, H G;
    (1991)
    It has previously been demonstrated that vaccinia virus capping enzyme is involved both in the formation of a 5' cap structure and in termination of early transcription. Here we show that capping enzyme has an additional activity which is required for transcription of i...
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    Billen, Bert; Spurny, Radovan; Brams, Marijke; van Elk, René; Valera-Kummer, Soledad; Yakel, Jerrel L; Voets, Thomas; Bertrand, Daniel; Smit, August B; Ulens, Chris;
    (2012)
    Publisher: National Academy of Sciences
    Partial agonists of the α4β2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR), such as varenicline, are therapeutically used in smoking cessation treatment. These drugs derive their therapeutic effect from fundamental molecular actions, which are to desensitize α4β2 nAChRs and ...
  • Article English RESTRICTED
    Janssen, M.; Wilson, B.D.; Toussaint, H.M.;
    (2009)
    Purpose: Effects of drafting on the hydrodynamic and metabolic responses of the drafter behind and at the side of a passive and an active lead swimmer were related to the influence of a lead swimmer on the flow field of the draftee. Methods: Passive drag of the draft sw...
  • Article English OPEN
    Canals, Meritxell; Scholten, Danny J.; de Munnik, Sabrina; Han, Mitchell K. L.; Smit, Martine J.; Leurs, Rob;
    (2012)
    Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
    The chemokine receptor CXCR7 binds CXCL11 and CXCL12 with high affinity, chemokines that were previously thought to bind exclusively to CXCR4 and CXCR3, respectively. Expression of CXCR7 has been associated with cardiac development as well as with tumor growth and progr...
  • Article, Conference object English RESTRICTED
    van Dijk, Marieke; Benninga, Marc A.; Grootenhuis, Martha A.; Last, Bob F.;
    (2010)
    OBJECTIVE: Behavior problems are common in children with functional constipation. This study assessed the prevalence of overall, internalizing, and externalizing behavior problems in children with functional constipation and explored which clinical characteristics of co...
  • Article, Book Dutch; Flemish RESTRICTED
    Raes, B.C.M.;
    (1996)
    Publisher: N.N.
  • Article, Preprint English OPEN
    Theys, Christophe; Bräysy, Olli; Dullaert, Wout; Raa, Birger;
    (2010)
    Abstract: In this paper, we deal with the sequencing and routing problem of order pickers in conventional multi-parallel-aisle warehouse systems. For this NP-hard Steiner travelling salesman problem (TSP), exact algorithms only exist for warehouses with at most three cr...
  • Article English OPEN
    Zijlstra, G. A.; van Rens, G.H.M.B.; Scherder, E.J.A.; Brouwer, D. M.; van der Velde, J.; Verstraten, P. F.; Kempen, G.I.;
    (2009)
    Publisher: BMC
    <p>Abstract</p> <p>Background</p> <p>Orientation and mobility training (O&M-training) in using an identification cane, also called symbol cane, is provided to people with low vision to facilitate independent participation in the community. In The Netherlands this traini...
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    Ising, Helga; Veling, Wim; Loewy, Rachel; Rietveld, Marleen; Rietdijk, Judith; Dragt, Sara; Klaassen, Rianne; Nieman, Dorien; Wunderink, Lex; Linszen, Don; Van Der Gaag, Mark;
    (2012)
    Background: Routine screening for psychosis risk in mental health care is not common practice. However, a systematic screening process might allow for the identification and treatment of UHR patients to prevent or delay psychosis. Furthermore, it may aid reducing DUP of...
  • Article, Conference object English OPEN
    Hickey, C.; Chelazzi, L.; Theeuwes, J.;
    (2010)
    Reward-related mesolimbic dopamine is thought to play an important role in guiding animal behaviour, biasing approach towards potentially beneficial environmental stimuli and away from objects unlikely to garner positive outcome. This is considered to result in part fro...
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