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    Sclerostin and skeletal health

    Sharifi, Maryam, Ereifej, Lisa, Lewiecki, E.
    Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders, 2015, Vol.16(2), pp.149-156 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    EFFECTIVENESS OF INSTUMENTAL ASSISTED SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION TECHNIQUE WITH STATIC STRETCHING IN SUBJECTS WITH PLANTAR FASCIITIS

    Vinod Babu. K, Lisa Michael Pereira, Sai Kumar. N, Ayyappan. V.R
    International journal of physiotherapy, 01 August 2014, Vol.1(3) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF INSTUMENTAL ASSISTED SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION TECHNIQUE WITH STATIC STRETCHING IN SUBJECTS WITH PLANTAR FASCIITIS
    Author: Vinod Babu. K; Lisa Michael Pereira; Sai Kumar. N; Ayyappan. V.R
    Subject: Plantar Fasciitis ; Instrumental Assisted Soft Tissue ; Soft Tissue Mobilization ; Triceps Surae ; Pain ; Functional Disability ; Physical Therapy
    Description: Background: Instrumental assisted soft tissue mobilization and static stretching found to be effective in plantar fasciitis, however the combined effectiveness of these techniques were unknown. The purpose of this study is to find the effect of Instrumental assisted soft tissue mobilization technique for plantar fascia combined with static stretching of triceps surae for subjects with chronic stage of Plantar Fasciitis on pain intensity, ankle dorsiflexion range of motion and functional disability. Methods: An experimental study design, selected subjects with chronic Plantar Fasciitis randomized subjects into each Study and Control group. Total of 40 subject’s data who completed study, 20 in each group, was used for analysis. Control group received conventional exercise while Study group received conventional exercises with Instrumental assisted soft tissue mobilization combined with static stretching of triceps surae muscle. Outcome measurements such as Intensity of pain using...
    Is part of: International journal of physiotherapy, 01 August 2014, Vol.1(3)
    Identifier: 2349-5987 (ISSN); 2348-8336 (E-ISSN); 10.15621/ijphy/2014/v1i3/53462 (DOI)

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    Alternative methods to measure global polarization of $\Lambda$ hyperons

    Siddique, Irfan, Liang, Zuo-Tang, Lisa, Michael Annan, Wang, Qun, Xu, Zhang-Bu

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    Effect of Biologic Agents on Non-PASI Outcomes in Moderate-to-Severe Plaque Psoriasis: Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses

    Baker, Erica, Coleman, Craig, Reinhart, Kurt, Phung, Olivia, Kugelman, Lisa, Chen, Wendy, White, C., Mamolo, Carla, Cappelleri, Joseph, Baker, William
    Dermatology and Therapy, 2012, Vol.2(1), pp.1-20 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Child neurology: stroke due to nontraumatic intracranial dissection in a child

    Suter, Bernhard, El-Hakam, Lisa Michael
    Neurology, 12 May 2009, Vol.72(19), pp.e100 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Child neurology: stroke due to nontraumatic intracranial dissection in a child
    Author: Suter, Bernhard; El-Hakam, Lisa Michael
    Subject: Carotid Artery, Internal, Dissection -- Pathology ; Infarction, Middle Cerebral Artery -- Pathology ; Stroke -- Etiology
    Is part of: Neurology, 12 May 2009, Vol.72(19), pp.e100
    Identifier: 1526-632X (E-ISSN); 19433733 Version (PMID); 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3181a55f52 (DOI)

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    Multicolor immunofluorescence reveals that p63- and/or K5-positive progenitor cells contribute to normal breast epithelium and usual ductal hyperplasia but not to low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia of the breast

    Boecker, Werner, Stenman, Göran, Schroeder, Tina, Schumacher, Udo, Loening, Thomas, Stahnke, Lisa, Löhnert, Catharina, Siering, Robert, Kuper, Arthur, Samoilova, Vera, Tiemann, Markus, Korsching, Eberhard, Buchwalow, Igor
    Virchows Archiv, 2017, Vol.470(5), pp.493-504 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Polarization and Vorticity in the Quark Gluon Plasma

    Becattini, Francesco, Lisa, Michael

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    Femtoscopically Probing the Freeze-out Configuration in Heavy Ion Collisions

    Lisa, Michael Annan, Pratt, Scott
    Cornell University
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    Title: Femtoscopically Probing the Freeze-out Configuration in Heavy Ion Collisions
    Author: Lisa, Michael Annan; Pratt, Scott
    Subject: Nuclear Experiment ; High Energy Physics - Phenomenology ; Nuclear Theory
    Description: Two-particle femtoscopy reveals the space-time substructure of the freeze-out configuration from heavy ion collisions. Detailed fingerprints of bulk collectivity are evident in space-momentum correlations, which have been systematically measured as a function of particle type, three-momentum, and collision conditions. A clear scenario, dominated by hydrodynamic-type flow emerges. Reproducing the strength and features of the femtoscopic signals in models involves important physical quantities like the Equation of State, as well as less fundamental technical details. An interesting approximate "factorization" in the measured systematics suggests that the overall physical freeze-out scale is set by final state chemistry, but the kinematic substructure is largely universal. Referring to previous results from hadron and lepton collisions, we point to the importance of determining whether these "universal" trends persist from the largest to the smallest systems. We review theoretical expectations for heavy ion femtoscopy at the LHC, and point to directions needing further theory and experimental work at RHIC and the LHC. Comment: accepted for publication in Landolt-Boernstein Volume 1-23A; 42 pages, 18 figures, 2 tables; slight change to figure 11 in final version (v3)
    Identifier: 0811.1352 (ARXIV ID)

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    Coloured Petri Nets and CPN Tools for modelling and validation of concurrent systems

    Jensen, Kurt, Kristensen, Lars, Wells, Lisa
    International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer, 2007, Vol.9(3), pp.213-254 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Coloured Petri Nets and CPN Tools for modelling and validation of concurrent systems
    Author: Jensen, Kurt; Kristensen, Lars; Wells, Lisa
    Subject: Coloured Petri Nets ; Discrete-event systems ; Behavioural modelling ; Validation ; Simulation ; Verification ; State space methods ; Model checking ; Performance analysis ; Visualisation
    Description: Coloured Petri Nets (CPNs) is a language for the modelling and validation of systems in which concurrency, communication, and synchronisation play a major role. Coloured Petri Nets is a discrete-event modelling language combining Petri nets with the functional programming language Standard ML. Petri nets provide the foundation of the graphical notation and the basic primitives for modelling concurrency, communication, and synchronisation. Standard ML provides the primitives for the definition of data types, describing data manipulation, and for creating compact and parameterisable models. A CPN model of a system is an executable model representing the states of the system and the events (transitions) that can cause the system to change state. The CPN language makes it possible to organise a model as a set of modules, and it includes a time concept for representing the time taken to execute events in the modelled system. CPN Tools is an industrial-strength computer tool for constructing and analysing CPN models. Using CPN Tools, it is possible to investigate the behaviour of the modelled system using simulation, to verify properties by means of state space methods and model checking, and to conduct simulation-based performance analysis. User interaction with CPN Tools is based on direct manipulation of the graphical representation of the CPN model using interaction techniques, such as tool palettes and marking menus. A license for CPN Tools can be obtained free of charge, also for commercial use.
    Is part of: International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer, 2007, Vol.9(3), pp.213-254
    Identifier: 1433-2779 (ISSN); 1433-2787 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s10009-007-0038-x (DOI)

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    Fitted HBT radii versus space-time variances in flow-dominated models

    Frodermann, Evan, Heinz, Ulrich, Lisa, Michael Annan
    Phys.Rev.C73:044908,2006