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    • Biochemical status of vitamin A in colorectal cancer 

      Basu, Tapan K.; Hodgson, Anne; Temple, Norman J.; McPherson, Tony A.; Wesley, Margaret N.; Pee, David (Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 1990-10)
      Serum vitamin A and its carrier proteins, retinol-binding protein and prealbumin, were measured in 41 colorectal cancer patients, 40 patients with benign colorectal disease, and 31 healthy subjects. Serum samples were ...
    • A blind Homolophus biceps (Arachnida, Opiliones) 

      Holmberg, Robert G. (Entomological News, 1983)
      Scanning electron microscopy of a harvestman, Homolophus biceps. that lacked both eyes and ocular tubercle revealed no indication of external damage or healing. Internally, light microscope sections showed no evidence ...
    • Blood cholesterol and coronary heart disease: changing perspectives 

      Temple, Norman J.; Walker, Alexander R.P. (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1994)
      There has been much controversy concerning the value of efforts to reduce blood cholesterol levels. In this contribution, the risks and benefits of interventions are discussed. Lowering cholesterol level by drugs is ...
    • Book Review of "Nutritional Health: Strategies for Disease Prevention, Second Edition" 

      Temple, Norman J.; Wilson, Ted; Jacobs, David R. Jr (Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, 2006)
    • Boreal peatlands and plant diversity: what’s there and why it matters 

      Locky, David A. (Sustainable Forest Management Network, Networks of Centres of Excellence, 2010-02)
      Highlights • In the boreal region, knowledge of plant species diversity (richness and rarity) is low compared with other taxa such as birds and mammals. This is particularly true of peatlands, which have a ...
    • Cabbage and vitamin E: their effect on colon tumor formation in mice. 

      Temple, Norman J.; El-Khatib, Shukri M. (Cancer Letters, 1987)
      The effects of cabbage and vitamin E on colon carcinogenesis were investigated in Swiss mice treated with 1,2-dimethylhydrazine. Throughout the experiment the mice were fed a laboratory chow diet (46 mg vitamin E per ...
    • Carcinogenicity of saccharin in laboratory animals and humans: letter to Dr. Harry Conacher of Health Canada 

      Bell, Warren; Clapp, Richard; Davis, Devra; Epstein, Samuel; Farber, Emmanuel; Fox, Donald A.; Holub, Bruce; Jacobson, Michael F.; Lijinsky, William; Millstone, Erik; Reuber, Melvin D.; Suzuki, David; Temple, Norman J. (International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 2002-10)
      We appreciate this opportunity to provide input to the Health Protection Branch's (HPB's) review of the artificial sweetener saccharin. Concerns with regard to the safety of saccharin are of great public health significance ...
    • CASCA 2006 Calgary AU Attendees 

      Connors, Martin (2006-06-16)
      Photos showing AU attendees at CASCA 2006, held in Calgary in early June 2006.
    • CASCA Main Presentation 2006 

      Connors, Martin; Veillet, Christian; Stacey, R. Greg; Brasser, Ramon; Wiegert, Paul; Innanen, Kimmo A. (2006-06)
      Presentation about stability of quasi-satellites, no movies.
    • The case for statins: Has it really been made? 

      Thompson, Andrew; Temple, Norman J. (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 2004-10)
      Statin drugs are a modern success story. They are the medical treatment for coronary disease and the star of the pharmaceutical industry. Worldwide, sales of statins are running at about $19 billion a year and growing ...
    • Cassiopeia 

      Connors, Martin (Self, 2018-11-08)
      Image of Cassiopeia constellation with Algolcam I
    • A Centenary Survey of Orbits of Co-Orbitals of Jupiter 

      Connors, Martin; Stacey, R. Greg (2006-08-10)
      Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids fulfill the prediction of Lagrange that orbits can be stable when a small body orbits in specific locations relative to its ‘parent’ planet and the Sun. The first such Trojan asteroid was discovered ...
    • Changes in pH and levels of B-glucosidase, B-glucuronidase and reducing activity as food residue passes along the mouse colon 

      Temple, Norman J.; El-Khatib, Shukri M. (Journal of Nutrition, Growth and Cancer, 1985)
      The contents were collected from successive regions of the colon of Swiss mice. Ana(vses show that the pH rises by about 0.55 pH units between the cecum and the distal colon. The level of p-glucuronidase falls sharply, ...
    • Chemical attractants of horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) 

      Holmberg, Robert G. (Entomological Society of Alberta, 1993-11)
    • Chromosomes of Leiobunum japonicum japonicum and Leiobunum paessleri (Arachnida, Opiliones). 

      Tsurusaki, Nobuo; Holmberg, Robert G. (Journal of Arachnology, 1986)
    • Co-orbitals CASCA Talk 

      Connors, Martin; Veillet, Christian; Stacey, R. Greg; Brasser, Ramon; Wiegert, Paul; Innanen, Kimmo A. (2006-06)
      Presentation from CASCA 2006 covering general aspects of co-orbital motion with emphasis on the fact that they would be good targets for space missions.
    • A colorimetric method for the determination of deoxyribonucleic acid in adipose tissue. 

      Curtis-Prior, P.B.; Hanley, T.; Temple, Norman J. (Analyst, 1975)
      A method is described for measuring the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) content of small samples of adipose tissue or free fat cells. Lipids and acid-soluble nucleotides are first removed by extraction with a cold diethyl ...
    • Coronary heart disease - dietary lipids or refined carbohydrates? 

      Temple, Norman J. (Medical Hypotheses, 1983)
      The epidemiological evidence associating dietary lipids, refined carbohydrates and coronary heart disease (CHD) is evaluated. Population studies often show a high correlation between dietary lipid and heart disease ...
    • Cross Meridian Currents in Storms and Sawtooth Events 

      Connors, Martin (2006-11-17)
      Automated Forward Modeling (AFM) is an inversion technique based on magnetic data alone, which can indicate physical parameters associated with electrojets and field-aligned currents. From perturbations along a meridian, ...
    • Data Preparation 

      Connors, Martin (1998)
      Aspects of space physics data available and how to prepare it for treatment in analysis.

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