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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Marina Varga, Ádám Remport, Krisztina Czebe, Antal Péter, Éva Toronyi, Enikő Sárváry, Imre Fehérvári, Beáta Sulyok, and Jenő Járay

Reischig, T., Jindra, P., Mares, J. és mtsai: Valacyclovir for cytomegalovirus prophylaxis reduces the risk of acute renal allograft rejection. Transplantation, 2005, 79 , 317–324. Mares J

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Krisztina Czebe, Balázs Antus, Marina Varga, and Eszter Csiszér

Billings, J. L., Hertz, M. I., Savik, K. és mtsai: Respiratory viruses and chronic rejection in lung transplant recipients. J. Heart Lung Transplant., 2002, 21 , 559–566. Savik K

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adolescents with clinically diagnosed PIU reported lower paternal and maternal emotional warmth and higher rejection and overinvolvement when compared to healthy controls ( Xiuqin et al., 2010 ). In the case of parental control, the results are less clear. The

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We investigated whether there is an association between autistic traits in the broader phenotype and the ability to compute scalar implicatures. Previous studies found that the frequency of autistic traits is higher in students of science than of humanities. Here we recorded the frequency of rejection of underinformative scalar items in students enrolled either in a science or in a humanities curriculum and assessed their autistic traits using the Autism-Spectrum Quotient questionnaire. We found that rejections were less frequent in science curricula students than in humanities curricula students. Moreover, rejections were associated negatively with autistic traits and positively with performance on Theory-of-Mind tasks. These findings suggest that autism cognitive phenotype is negatively associated with a propensity to spontaneously derive scalar implicatures.

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Authors: Balázs Nemes, Gergely Zádori, Erika Hartmann, Andrea Németh, Imre Fehérvári, Dénes Görög, Zoltán Máthé, Andrea Dávid, Katalin Jakab, Enikő Sárváry, László Piros, Szabolcs Tóth, János Fazakas, Zsuzsa Gerlei, Jenő Járay, and Attila Doros

Ludwig, J., Wiesner, R. H., Batts, K. P. és mtsai: The acute vanishing bile duct syndrome (acute irreversible rejection) after orthotopic liver transplantation. Hepatology, 1987, 7 , 476–483. Batts K. P

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World Literature’s time has come again in the current development of a new discipline of World Literature suitable for a time of globalization. The new disciple faces some challenges: the challenge of translation, the challenge of what literary works to choose as representative, the challenge of making a universal definition of “literature.” The thought experiment of imagining what commentary you would need to put with a translation into Chinese of W. B. Yeats’s lyric, “The Cold Heaven,” exemplifies these problems. Explaining the reasons for Friedrich Nietzsche’s rejection of Goethe’s Weltliteratur, in The Birth of Tragedy, is, when that rejection is put into the context of The Birth of Tragedy as a whole and of other writing by Nietzsche, a good example of the theoretical problems that the renewed discipline of World Literature may need to take into account.

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Peer review is fundamental to science as we know it, but is also a source of delay in getting discoveries communicated to the world. Researchers have investigated the effectiveness and bias of various forms of peer review, but little attention has been paid to the relationships among journal reputation, rejection rate, number of submissions received and time from submission to acceptance. In 22 ecology/interdisciplinary journals for which data could be retrieved, higher impact factor is positively associated with the number of submissions. However, higher impact factor journals tend to be significantly quicker in moving from submission to acceptance so that journals which receive more submissions are not those which take longer to get them through the peer review and revision processes. Rejection rates are remarkably high throughout the journals analyzed, but tend to increase with increasing impact factor and with number of submissions. Plausible causes and consequences of these relationships for journals, authors and peer reviewers are discussed.

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The purpose of this paper is to study the referee systems of foreign scientific journals in the field of life sciences preferred by Japanese researchers. This survey has been conducted in response to the need of Japanese authors for current information about the refereeing systems of foreign life science journals. Based on questionnaire data obtained from 29 journal editors, this paper describes the refereeing systems. This survey showed that most Japanese researchers in the field of life sciences tried to submit their papers to prestigious foreign journals with a higher rejection rate. There was a high correlation between the rejection rate and the impact factor in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology.

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According to Hermeneutics ch. 4, the analysis of non-assertive sentences such as wishes, commands, etc. belongs to rhetoric or poetics. They are, however, examined neither in the Rhetoric, nor in the Poetics, where in ch. 20 their treatment is explicitly excluded from the art of poetry and referred to that of delivery or performance. In this paper an explanation is given for this discrepancy, based on an interpretation of Aristotle's rejection of Protagoras' criticism of Homer.

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Due to the fact that pulse rise time is coincident with the fall time of the previous pulse in the Preloaded Filter pulse processor, it has a definite throughput advantage over all other pulse shaping methods. So, for the first time, it was possible to achieve throughput rates of60Co after pileup rejection in excess of 100 kc/s, at substantially better resolutions than those of other high rate shaping amplifiers.

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