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The relative length of Pig chromosomes, and a suggestion for a karyotype system
KM Hansen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-12-4-313
Identification of the X chromosome of the domestic pig (Sus scrofa domestica)
KM Hansen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-12-3-225
Identification of the chromosomes of the domestic pig (Sus scrofa domestica). An identification key and a landmark system
KM Hansen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1977, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-9-4-517
The t(1/29) chromosome translocation in Danish Blonde d'Aquitaine cattle
Hansen KM,Hansen EM
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1991, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-23-s1-s140
Legitimizing the invented Congolese space: The gaze from within in early Congolese fiction
KM Kapanga
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2009,
Abstract: Postcolonial discourses describe colonization as a process of invention to impose the will of a conquering West on “backward” societies. The will to power conjugated with the need for raw materials served as the main catalysts. They put side by side a hegemonic intruder bent on duplicating itself, and a powerless and compliant native unable to react to the blitz of transformations. Hence, the master/slave or father/child relationships that describe the colonial framework. The task is to interrogate these generally accepted assumptions and binary oppositions. Although marginalized, the Congolese native was unwilling to become an object for the colonizer's gaze. In fact, the inability to expel the “invader” did not prevent the creation of legitimacies out of what was precipitously brought in. This mechanism of transformation is perceptible in Paul Lomami Tchibamba's novel Ngando (1948), the object of this study. Ngando's imagined colonial city stands out as a site of contrasts and contradictions. However, the duplicated model shows the “transformability” of the new space into “normalcy” by a subversive native
Assessing the Effects of Pilferage, Mutilation and Theft of Library Resources on Institute for Agricultural Research Library
KM Gabriel
Samaru Journal of Information Studies , 2010,
Abstract: The paper presents the prospects, problems and solutions on the effects of pilferage, mutilation and theft of available information resources in an agricultural library. The overall purpose of the study is to identify and ascertain the factors predisposing of culprits to the crime and describe measures appropriate to curb the menace. The findings revealed that well tailored orientation is necessary. Punitive measures were also suggested to salvage poor utilization of services. The study conclude that lack of policy guarding use and misuse of resources contributed significantly and negatively to safeguarding available resources, punitive measures and administration. It therefore recommends punishment on leaving the library with resources not in circulation or not properly checkout. Culprit should be made to pay for resources pilfered, mutilated - deface or destroyed as a result of carelessness, and finally, expulsion from the library.
Advances in obstetric anesthesia: ambulation during labor with combined spinal-epidural analgesia: review
KM Kuczkowski
Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia , 2004,
Abstract: Epidural analgesia is widely considered as the most effective method of providing pain relief in labor. However, epidural labor analgesia is not a generic procedure and many technical modifications have been invented over time. Continuous search for a balanced labor analgesia, which provides relief of pain of contractions while preserving motor function, has led to the development of the ambulatory labor analgesia. The combined spinalepidural analgesia (CSEA) performed with subarachnoid opioids (with or without local anesthetics) causes minimal motor block and is particularly applicable to ambulatory labor analgesia. While there still remains some concern about dural puncture, the CSEA technique offers many advantages to the parturient, and has gained wide spread popularity in obstetric anesthesia worldwide. Southern African Journal of Analgesia and Anaesthetics Vol10(3) 2004: 15-18
Estimation of genetic parameters for body weight traits in squab pigeons
SE Aggrey, KM Cheng
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1992, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-24-6-553
Conservation of animals of local breed in extinction in the U.S.S.R
IA Paronian, KM Ivanov
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1982, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-14-4-561b
Activation of protein kinase C in the spinal cord produces mechanical hyperalgesia by activating glutamate receptors, but does not mediate chronic muscle-induced hyperalgesia
KA Sluka, KM Audette
Molecular Pain , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1744-8069-2-13
Abstract: Rats were implanted with intrathecal catheters for delivery of drugs directly to the spinal cord. Mechanical withdrawal thresholds of the paw were determined using von Frey filaments. Intrathecal phorbol 12,13 dibutyrate (PDBu) produced a dose-dependent decrease in the mechanical withdrawal threshold of the paw that was prevented by pretreatment with the PKC inhibitor, GF109203X. Pretreatment with an NMDA receptor antagonist (AP5) or a AMPA/kainate receptor antagonist (NBQX) prevented the decrease in mechanical withdrawal threshold by PDBu. Two injections of acidic saline in the gastrocnemius muscle decreased the mechanical withdrawal thresholds of the paw bilaterally 24 h and 1 week after the second injection. However, blockade PKC in the spinal cord had no effect on the decreased withdrawal thresholds of the paw when compared to vehicle controls.Spinal activation of PKC produces mechanical hyperalgesia of the paw that depends on activation of NMDA and non-NMDA receptors. Chronic muscle-induced mechanical hyperalgesia, on the other hand, does not utilize spinal PKC.Protein kinase C activation involves translocation from the cytosol to binding domains at cell membranes of dorsal horn neurons of the spinal cord [1,2]. There are at least twelve isoforms of PKC. Several of these isoforms are concentrated in the superficial laminae of the dorsal horn, an anatomical indication that these PKC isoforms play a potential role in nociceptive signaling. In particular, PKCβ I, PKCβ II, and PKCα are found in cell bodies within the superficial dorsal horn, where PKCγ is primarily found in cell bodies in lamina IIii [2,3]. PKC is involved in many aspects of cellular sensitization, including modulation of channel conductivity by phosphorylation, increased trafficking of receptors to the cell membrane, and release of excitatory neurotransmitters [4-9].Activation of PKC with phorbol esters in the spinal cord decreases heat and mechanical withdrawal thresholds, increases glutamate rel
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