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Rats taking cuddle chemical don't get drunk
Full story: http://bit.ly/1GlyJvI The so-called "cuddle-chemical" seems to block the action of alcohol in the brain, preventing the tell-tale signs of drunkenness in rats
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Vishten is coming
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Sommenprinter : Rekenwerkblaadjes
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Zelf werkblaadjes maken en printen met oefeningen voor de rekenles:

  • getalbegrip;
  • hoofdrekenen en cijferend rekenen;
  • kommagetallen, breuken en procenten;
  • meetkunde (lengte, oppervlak, inhoud, gewicht, tijd).

 


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Purdue Day of Giving 2015 – I Am A Boilermaker
Purdue Day of Giving is an annual university-wide effort to build a better, stronger, more affordable Purdue. On April 29, for 24 hours, students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends will come together to grant opportunities and transform lives.
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3.10.15 is #ElonDay
3.10.15 is #ElonDay! See what President Leo M. Lambert and Durice White Galloway ’09 G’14 have to say about this global celebration of Elon. Visit elon.edu/elonday to learn more, and get ready to show the world you believe in Elon on March 10, 2015.
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Darden Prison Entrepreneurship Program: Teaching the Case Method
Edward Fife describes his experience teaching the case method.
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Darden Prison Entrepreneurship Program: Always Felt Safe
Elizabeth McKenna describes how she never felt in danger in prison.
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Wim Wenders on "The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick"
Filmmaker Wim Wenders explains how films can "own" themselves, and how he managed to bring his second film, "The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick," back to life, even after losing the original mix tapes. See "Goalie" and other newly restored Wim Wenders films at MoMA: http://bit.ly/1Fpg9Ss
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RAF Coltishall
Pictures taken on the occasion of a Heritage Open Days tour
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Alexis and Nico are #UMassProud
Alexis and Nico are #UMassProud because they are members of Phi Sigma Pi, a national gender-inclusive honor fraternity at UMass Amherst.
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{Suresh 821 } Nice sentences
{Suresh 821 } Nice sentences अच्छे वाक्य (Acchey vaaky) वे कहीं बाहर गए हैं | (Vey kaheen baahar gaye hain.) They have gone out somewhere. मेरी बहन प्रथम आयी है […]

The Rise of a New Magna Carta for Early Modern England & Colonial America
Scholars, historians and contemporary thinkers discuss how Magna Carta's political and legal traditions have carried into our current times at this symposium, Conversations on the Enduring Legacy of the Great Charter, held in conjunction with the Library's exhibition, "Magna Carta: Muse and Mentor." Speakers included law professors John Witte Jr. and Alonzo L. McDonald. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6621
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BOUNCE : Preventie van radicalisering bij jongeren
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BOUNCE is een preventief programma dat werd ontwikkeld om gewelddadige radicalisering in een vroeg stadium te voorkomen. BOUNCE helpt de veerkracht van (kwetsbare) jongeren ten aanzien van radicale invloeden te versterken en maakt hun sociale …


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Azure Service Bus Event Hubs 101 with Dan Rosanova | Azure Friday

Scott talks to Dan Rosanova about Azure Service Bus Event Hubs in this 101-level introduction. High level architecture and telemetry ingress are discussed and demonstrated in the context of cloud scale applications.


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Robert Hooke et Isaac Newton : la pomme de la discorde (audio)

En 1666, « annus mirabilis », Newton médite dans son verger de Woolsthorpe éclairé par un beau clair de lune. Il aurait vu tomber une pomme et ainsi serait née la théorie de la gravitation… qu’il ne publiera que vingt ans plus tard sur l’insistance de Halley. C’est la belle ...
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Duke Ambulatory Surgery Center - ​Instructions for Safe & Proper Use of Crutches
This video instructs patients on how to safely adjust crutch height, safely walk with crutches, safely rise from a seated position, as well as how to safely use the stairs.
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7.2 The eubacterial chromosome

Some of the diverse roles of chromatin components can be illustrated by examining the E. coli chromosome. Like most prokaryotes, E. coli has a single chromosome consisting of a single double-stranded circular DNA molecule. There is no nucleus present, but the E. coli DNA is within a discrete entity in the cytoplasm called the nucleoid. The nucleoid contains a multitude of proteins and is in close proximity to the ribosomes, where translation occurs. In addition to
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6.5 Conformational changes upon protein–DNA interactions

During binding, both the protein and the DNA can alter their conformation. In the case of proteins, this conformational change can involve small changes in side-chain location, but can also involve local refolding. These changes upon binding of specific DNA sequences serve to facilitate the interaction and also to enhance the binding of other proteins, such as when dimerization of two proteins occurs at a single recognition site. Changes such as these can be the basis of cooperative binding e
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Quadruplex structures

The ends of linear chromosomes are protected from potential damage by special elements called telomeres. In many organisms, telomeres consist of long stretches of DNA that contain many thousands of copies of G-rich repeat sequences. They are easily detected by FISH (Subsection 2.4), as shown in the case of human telomeres in Fig
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4.2 Iron transport

It is obvious that iron must be transported around the human body. Firstly, it must be transported from the food in the gut to the places where it is required. Mostly, iron is required in the bone marrow, where red blood cells are formed. Red blood cells have a finite lifetime of about only four months, and old cells are destroyed, usually in the spleen. Iron from the destruction of these cells is then transported from the spleen back to the bone marrow to be recycled.

Iron cannot be tr
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