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New Mixed Kernel Functions of SVM Used in Pattern Recognition

Increase in Donor-Derived Regulatory T Cells Suppresses Development of Graft- Versus-Host Disease. - Journal of Immunology, Vol. 190, 2013, No 1, pp. 458-468. 12. Tesson, S. V. M., M. Montresor, G. Procaccini et al. Temporal Changes in Population Structure of a Marine Planktonic Diatom. - PloS One, Vol. 9, 2014, No 12, e114984.

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Modeling Biological Systems Using Crowdsourcing

. [3] Bae J. A., Mu S., Kim J. S., Turner N. L., Tartavull I., Kemnitz N., Jordan C. S., Norton A. D., Silversmith W. M., Prentki R., et al. Digital museum of retinal ganglion cells with dense anatomy and physiology. bioRxiv, page 182758, 2018. [4] Barone J., Bayer C., Copley R., Barlow N., Burns M., Rao S., Seelig G., Popovic Z., Cooper S., and Players N. Nanocrafter: Design and evaluation of a dna nanotechnology game. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games, pages 1{5, 2015. [5] Barrett

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Under-reporting of Adverse Events in the Biomedical Literature

while at work receive about 0.01mg/kg per day from that source alone. This amount of fluoride is more than 100 times the Reference Dose ( Hirzy, 1999 ). This level of discrepancy between doses yielding adverse health effects shown in the literature and regulatory agency guidelines is not unique to either fluoridation or the EPA. For example, in a major study of adverse health effects from electromagnetic fields ( Carpenter & Sage, 2012 ), the Bioinitiative Report shows orders of magnitude differences between (1) demonstrated adverse health impacts from

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Privacy-Preserving Similar Patient Queries for Combined Biomedical Data

References [1] Shirley E. Poduslo, Rong Huang, Jie Huang, and Sierra M. Smith. Genome screen of late-onset alzheimer’s extended pedigrees identifies trpc4ap by haplotype analysis. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics , 150B(1):50–55, 2009. [2] Andrew P Feinberg and M Daniele Fallin. Epigenetics at the crossroads of genes and the environment. JAMA , 314:1129–1130, 2015. [3] Peter A Jones and Stephen B Baylin. The epigenomics of cancer. Cell , 128:683–692, 2007. [4] Irfan A Qureshi and Mark F Mehler

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Citation performance of publications grouped by keywords, titles, and abstracts

that have been included in at least 3,000 publications. The keywords are sorted in descending order. “Embryonic stem-cells” has 2.52 YK and “innate human immunity” has 1.57 YK. Table 2 Best 30 performers in terms of YK. embryonic stem-cells; carbon nanotubes; field-effect transistors; graphite; genome-wide association; caenorhabditis-elegans; DNA methylation; living cells; regulatory t-cells; gold nanoparticles; tgf-beta; one-pot synthesis; quantum dots; functionalization; electrodes; acute myeloid-leukemia; long-term potentiation; activated

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Smart and Connected Health: What Can We Learn from Funded Projects?

: COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Building Infrastructure to Prevent Disasters like Hurricane Maria topic5 sleep brain event feature processing cell phone device signal alarm prediction factor collect assessment extract doc25:EAGER: Collaborative Research: CRUFS: A Unified Framework for Social Media Analysis of Adverse Drug Events doc15:CRII: SCH: Modeling and Analysis of Genetic Regulatory Networks under Drug Perturbation topic6 image imaging brain device ultrasound 3d dynamic pressure 3-d automation mri feature physical cartilage pose doc29:EAGER: Feasibility of Using

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