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Matthew Linton
International Journal of Motorcycle Studies , 2005,
Abstract: This photographic series focuses on the details that surround the mystique of the American Motorcycle. Facets of the machines that might go unseen by the general public are what signify to others important messages about the owner and/or builder of a particular machine. With the world of motorcycling currently being turned upside down by television shows that showcase builders as fabrication gods, the trend of backyard builders has turned in opposition of what the market and “The Factory” deem socially acceptable and trend worthy. Fascinated by the fabrication process, the retaliation of homebuilders, and customizations by the enthusiast, Matthew Linton documents the machines and allows us views and details presently unrepresented by mainstream media.
Regarding the Amazing Choreography of Clathrin Coats
Linton M. Traub
PLOS Biology , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001037
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Clathrin Couture: Fashioning Distinctive Membrane Coats at the Cell Surface
Linton M. Traub
PLOS Biology , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000192
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Rea??es hansênicas em pacientes em alta por cura pela poliquimioterapia
Souza, Linton Wallis Figueiredo;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822010000600029
Abstract: introduction: reactional states are the main cause of nerve lesions and incapacities provoked by leprosy. methods: retrospective study aimed at verifying the frequency of leprosy reactions in discharged patients following cure by multidrug therapy (mdt). results: among patients who presented reactions during treatment, 35.5% continued after mdt; of those that did not present during treatment, only 12.7% presented after discharge; 63.4% multibacillary patients presented during and 31.7% after; 27.7% paucibacillary patients presented during and 8.3% after. conclusions: a direct proportional relation exists between the presence of reactions during and after treatment. multibacillary clinical forms present a greater frequency of reactions during and after cure.
La centralidad en las redes sociales.Clarificación conceptual
Linton C. Freeman
Política y Sociedad , 2000, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
Advances in noninvasive cardiac output monitoring.
Linton David,Gilon D
Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia , 2002,
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Clathrin Couture: Fashioning Distinctive Membrane Coats at the Cell Surface
Linton M. Traub
PLOS Biology , 2009, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000192
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Regarding the Amazing Choreography of Clathrin Coats
Linton M. Traub
PLOS Biology , 2011, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001037
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A Well-Behaved Alternative to the Modularity Index
Linton C. Freeman
Computer Science , 2011,
Abstract: This paper reviews the modularity index and suggests an alternative index of the quality of a division of a network into subsets.
Atrial Tachycardias Arising from Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation: A Proarrhythmic Bump or an Antiarrhythmic Turn?
Ashok J. Shah,Amir Jadidi,Xingpeng Liu,Shinsuke Miyazaki,Andrei Forclaz,Isabelle Nault,Lena Rivard,Nick Linton,Olivier Xhaet,Nicolas Derval,Frederic Sacher,Pierre Bordachar,Philippe Ritter,Meleze Hocini,Pierre Jais,Michel Haissaguerre
Cardiology Research and Practice , 2010, DOI: 10.4061/2010/950763
Abstract: The occurrence of atrial tachycardias (AT) is a direct function of the volume of atrial tissue ablated in the patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Thus, the incidence of AT is highest in persistent AF patients undergoing stepwise ablation using the strategic combination of pulmonary vein isolation, electrogram based ablation and left atrial linear ablation. Using deductive mapping strategy, AT can be divided into three clinical categories viz. the macroreentry, the focal and the newly described localized reentry all of which are amenable to catheter ablation with success rate of 95%. Perimitral, roof dependent and cavotricuspid isthmus dependent AT involve large reentrant circuits which can be successfully ablated at the left mitral isthmus, left atrial roof and tricuspid isthmus respectively. Complete bidirectional block across the sites of linear ablation is a necessary endpoint. Focal and localized reentrant AT commonly originate from but are not limited to the septum, posteroinferior left atrium, venous ostia, base of the left atrial appendage and left mitral isthmus and they respond quickly to focal ablation. AT not only represents ablation-induced proarrhythmia but also forms a bridge between AF and sinus rhythm in longstanding AF patients treated successfully with catheter ablation. 1. Introduction Atrial fibrillation (AF) is no longer a formidable rhythm since ablationists challenged this notorious arrhythmia more than a decade ago in their unprecedented quest for sinus rhythm (SR) [1]. Ablation strategies are based on clinical types of AF but nevertheless, the volume of tissue ablated to treat AF is highest for any cardiac arrhythmia described so far. Paroxysmal AF is amenable to catheter ablation with minimum atrial tissue destruction such that electrical isolation of pulmonary veins (PVs) suffices for establishing cure [2]. Persistent and longer lasting forms of AF necessitate extensive atrial tissue ablation in addition to PV isolation to restore SR [3–7]. Besides having evolved as a therapeutic option in symptomatic AF, surgical ablation has become a routine adjunct to many valvular surgeries and may be employed with surgical coronary revascularization and also as a “standalone” procedure [8, 9]. Despite improvements in ablation strategies, relatively high volume of tissue ablation is performed in AF. Together with remodeling of atria, it provides a favourable substrate for the development of sustained atrial tachycardia(s) during and after AF ablation (ATp) [4]. 2. Magnitude of ATp Burden Based on our observation and also that of
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