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Gene Watch [Nov 1995; 21-4]****
Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs GENE WATCH Two reports about genetics have recently been published by the NHS Central R&D Committee [1,2]. They are complementary and are worth having on the shelf as useful aides memoir. Genetics Research Advisory Group This report [1] concentrates ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band21/b21-4.html 01/04/07, 13788 bytes
BRCA genes - potential and problems [Oct 1997; 44-2]***
Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs GENEWATCH: BRCA GENES - POTENTIAL AND PROBLEMS * Potential and Problems * Statistical prophecies * Inappropriate optimism * Implication for screening * BRCA1 gene * Statistical prediction POTENTIAL AND PROBLEMS The New England Journal of Medicine ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band44/b44-2.html 01/04/07, 15472 bytes
Gene Watch: The New Genetics - Consequences for Clinical Practice [Aug 1995; 18-1]***
Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs GENE WATCH: THE NEW GENETICS - CONSEQUENCES FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE The rapid progress now being made in molecular genetics will have far reaching consequences for clinical practice. It will be crowned by the completion of the largest co-operative international ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band18/b18-1.html 01/04/07, 12556 bytes
Mindstretcher 2 - genetics and disease [Mar 2002; 97-7]***
... listing | Back Issue Listing with content Index | Subject Index MINDSTRETCHER 2 - GENETICS AND DISEASE Factor V Leiden Study Results Comment ACE gene polymorphism Study Results Comment Overall comment One of the most unsettling lectures we listen to is given by someone ("pointy-headed academic" is a ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band97/b97-7.html 01/04/07, 13511 bytes
Report of first Bandolier Conference*
... health. Dr Holtgrewe thought that balloon dilatation should no longer be used and that various new technologies such as laser and other `thermal' therapies had not been adequately assessed. There was an element of "new technologies looking for a disease to treat". The most important criterion of success ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/bandopubs/bandocon1.html 01/01/04, 34290 bytes
The immunopathogenesis of HIV disease: Prof Frances Gotch*
... , CCR5 may be blocked with MIP1alpha, MIP1beta or RANTES. A 32 basepair deletion from the coding region of CCR5 results in a frame shift, and the gene product is a non-functional receptor. Individuals who are homozygous for this deletion have been shown to be resistant to infection with HIV, and individuals ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/bandopubs/bandocon5/Gotch.html 01/01/04, 8283 bytes
Story Index by Issue*
... Review:- Cholesterol: Screening & Treatment [5-2] (18723 bytes) * Drug Screening in the USA - 1994 [5-3] (20084 bytes) * Drug Watch: Antioxidant Therapy for Recurrent Pancreatitis [5-4] (11081 bytes) * Bandolier 5 Index (7334 bytes) Bandolier Issue 6 * Pressure Sores: Five reviews & an RCT ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/stryindx.html 01/04/07, 140578 bytes
Bandolier Subject Index*
... Analgesics for dysmenorrhoea Intracranial Aneurysms Angina Ankylosing spondylitis: Knowing what to do for the best Antenatal corticosteroid therapy into practice Antibiotics for Acute Otitis Media Antibiotics for childhood coughs Antibiotics no use in simple wound infection Antibiotic prophylaxis for ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/subjind.html 01/04/07, 126449 bytes
Book reviews [Nov 1998; 57-7]*
... book lacks examples. There are some examples of evidence, but nowhere near enough. Now that possibly reflects a dearth of evidence in the physical therapy area, but there are others from pharmacology and some forms of complementary medicine which could be used. A harder edge through examples would do ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band57/b57-7.html 01/04/07, 10149 bytes
B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP) for CHF [Mar 2004; 121-6]*
... secreted from the ventricles in response to volume expansion and pressure overload, though some is also released from atrial tissue. BNP gene expression increases rapidly in response to stimulus. BNP is a 32 amino acid peptide, and is measured using the N-terminal, and assays generally measure both ...
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/band121/b121-6.html 01/04/07, 11991 bytes

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