I can understand the importance of the numbering system since relatives appear to be scattered throughout the cemetery, and the engraving on the oldest stones has deteriorated. Nature has taken its toll on the centuries old sandstone and shell limestone markers engraved in Hebrew. Mid 19th century and pre Second World War gravestones tended to […]

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Following in silico annotation, 21 variants were predicted to influence splicing and, upon further annotation, four of these were examined utilising the in vitro minigene assay. Two variants, rs881768 A>G in ABCA7 and a novel variant 11: 60179827 T>G in MS4A6A were shown, in these cell assays, to affect the splicing of these genes. The […]

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This paper reports a series of analyses examining the predictors of gambling subtypes identified from a latent class analysis of problem gambling assessment data, pooled from four health and gambling surveys conducted in Britain between 2007 and 2012. Previous analyses have indicated that gambling assessments have a consistent three class structure showing quantitative and potentially […]

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How can we understand the pivotal value of touch and collaborative processes within two artists’ drawing practice and how do we articulate the generative nature of such practice based research? Bullen’s drawing explores the relationship between hand, breath and surface, Fox’s, the semi resisted action of wind between paper and pencil. Both artists have a […]

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