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we can decide whether the JIF is an angel, a devil, or a scapegoat. The JIF context Citation analysis The biases and dangers of citation analysis have given rise to an overwhelmingly abundant

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1999 : Condolence Books . In: Walter , Tony (ed.), The Mourning for Diana . Oxford & New York : Berg , 203 – 214 . Walter , Tony 2011 : Angels not Souls: Popular Religion in the Online Mourning for British Celebrity Jade Goody . Reli

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Authors: Zsanett Csoma, Angéla Meszes, Rita Ábrahám, Judit Bakki, Zita Gyurkovits, Lajos Kemény, and Hajnalka Orvos

Bevezetés: Magyarországon nincsenek pontos epidemiológiai adatok a születési jegyek, újszülöttkori bőrelváltozások prevalenciáját illetően. Célkitűzés: A szerzők az egészséges újszülöttek körében a születést követően észlelhető bőrgyógyászati kórképek, bőrtünetek előfordulási gyakoriságának felmérését tűzték ki célul. Módszer: A vizsgálatot a Szegedi Tudományegyetem Szülészeti és Nőgyógyászati Klinikájának Újszülött Osztályán végezték. Összesen 2289 gyermek bőrgyógyászati szűrővizsgálatára került sor. Eredmények: A vizsgált gyermekek 63%-ánál diagnosztizáltak legalább egyfajta bőrgyógyászati eltérést. A főbb diagnóziscsoportok a következők voltak: újszülöttkori tranziens benignus bőrelváltozások, vascularis laesiók, pigmentált laesiók, sérülések, traumák, veleszületett vagy szerzett bőrsérülésekkel járó elváltozások, illetve fejlődési rendellenességek, jóindulatú bőrdaganatok. A tranziens bőrelváltozások közül az erythema toxicum neonatorum, a sebaceus hyperplasia, a száraz bőr, a vascularis laesiók közül a naevus simplex, a haemangioma és haemangioma prekurzor laesiók, a pigmentált laesiók közül a congenitalis anyajegyek és a mongolfolt fordult elő leggyakrabban. Következtetések: Az esetek túlnyomó többségében speciális kezelésre nem volt szükség, azonban az újszülöttek 5,27%-ában speciális bőrgyógyászati helyi kezelést alkalmaztak, emellett az esetek 9,2%-ában rendszeres obszervációt tartottak indokoltnak. Orv. Hetil., 2014, 155(13), 500–508.

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The output in life science disciplines from Spain and five other European countries has been measured in a datafile derived from theCurrent Contents-Life Sciences on diskette (1989). The results of this flash evaluation were contrasted with data retrieved from a survey covering the yearly output during the 1973–83 period and thee 1981–85 aggregated value from Schubert, Glänzel, Braun datafiles. The results of these studies showed an increasing share of Spain in the six countries' output, especially in the subfields of organic chemistry and phytochemistry. However, the quality of the Spanish articles—as deduced from the journal impact factors (JRC-1989)—is below the six countries average. The usefulness of the Current Contents on diskette for handy and reliable flash evaluations has been ascertained through a comparative analysis with more comprehensive surveys.

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-roles and argument selection . Language 67 . 547 – 619 . Dziwirek , Katarzyna . 1994 . Polish subjects . New York : Garland . Fábregas , Antonio , Ángel L. Jiménez-Fernández and Mercedes Tubino . forthcoming. What’s up with datives ? In

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This contribution presents the concept of 'seven heavens' as preserved by eight manuscripts of Muhammad ibn 'Abdallah al-Kisâ'ï's collections of Islamic religious tales Kitab A’ğāi’b al-MalakUt and Qisas al-Anbiyā It focuses on and compares the contents and composition of the chapter devoted to the topic and analyses the variations in the mss., which shed light on the way the tales are transmitted. Some of them represent variability in the original information, whereas others (including significant semantic shifts) may easily have emerged as a result of even minor scribal lapses.

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The aim of this work was to provide a rational frame for the design of scientific policies in MR infrastructure implementation. To this end, we have investigated the relationships between MR instruments, their scientific productivity or medical performance and several socio-economic, R&D or health care indicators in a Spanish and European context. The distribution of MR spectroscopy instruments among Spanish Autonomous Communities suggests that the allocation policy resulted from a compromise between the pull of demand based on regional strength in R&D activities and the push of convergence criteria to bring underdeveloped regions up to a national standard. On the whole, the average value for Spanish MR spectroscopy equipment (1.6 units per TRDP) was within the average value of 1.7 found in 6 European countries. The scientific productivity of these spectrometres in Spain (10.3 publications per unit), compares with the ratio (12.4) found in the United Kingdom and was above the six countries' average (8.3). Larger differences in productivity were observed between Spanish Autonomous Communities, suggesting the existence of important laguna in the distributive side of the allocation policy. Consistent with its socio-sanitary importance, the regional distribution of MR imaging equipment in Spain correlated with the number of sanitary personnel and regional population or wealth. The average number of installed units per million inhabitants in Spain (3.3) is very close to the average found in five European countries and the diagnostic procedures per installed units are close to the 5 countries' average values of 3400/year. However, the scientific productivity of MR imaging equipment in Spain (1.6 publications per installed unit in the five year period) was very low as compared with other European countries (3.7 on average). Higher diagnostic demand or lower publication pressures could explain these differences equally well. Our results suggest that increases in scientific productivity and medical performance of MR instrumentation in Spanish Autonomous Communities may not necessarily involve a net increase in the number of MR instruments but rather, improvements in the global socio-economic throughputs derived from the organisation of R&D and medical service policies.

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A new rapid method for the determination of actinides in food samples has been developed at the Savannah River Site Environmental Lab (Aiken, SC, USA) that can be used for emergency response or routine food samples. If a radiological dispersive device or improvised nuclear device event occurs, there will be a urgent need for rapid analyzes of many different environmental matrices, as well as food samples, to support dose mitigation and protect general populations from radioactivity that may enter the food chain. The recent accident at Fukushima nuclear power plant in March, 2011 reinforces the need to have rapid analyzes for radionuclides in environmental and food samples. The new method to determine actinides in food samples utilizes a furnace ashing step, a rapid sodium hydroxide fusion method, a lanthanum fluoride matrix removal step, and a column separation process with stacked TEVA, TRU, and DGA resin cartridges. The furnace ashing and rapid fusion steps are performed in relatively inexpensive, reusable zirconium crucibles. Alpha emitters are prepared using rare earth micro precipitation for counting by alpha spectrometry. The method showed high chemical recoveries and effective removal of interferences. The determination of actinides in food samples can be performed in less than 8 h for 10 g samples with excellent quality for emergency samples using short count times. Larger food samples (100 g) may be processed in 24 h or less. The rapid fusion technique is a rugged sample digestion method that ensures that any refractory actinide particles are effectively digested. This method can be used to meet the derived intervention level guidelines recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administrations.

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