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    Vitamin D deficiency

    Ganeshram, Krishnamurthy N, Bates, Alan, Griffiths, Keith D, Owen, Avril
    Age and Ageing, 2001, Vol.30(2), pp.175-176 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Berberian sound studio = Silenzio ! Ecoutez la peur

    Strickland, Peter, 1973-, Griffiths, Keith
    Broadcast
    [France] : Wild Side : Le Pacte
    2013
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    Titre: Berberian sound studio = Silenzio ! Ecoutez la peur / un film de Peter Strickland ; musique originale Broadcast ; prod. par Keith Griffiths
    Auteur: Strickland, Peter, 1973-; Griffiths, Keith
    Contributeur: Broadcast
    Editeur: [France] : Wild Side : Le Pacte
    Date: 2013
    Collation: 1 DVD-vidéo (1h29)
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    Interprètes: Toby Jones, Cosimo Fusco, Antonio Mancino...
    Note: Une prod.: Channel Four Television..., 2012 - Choix de langues: Français, anglais, italien. Sous-titres: Français
    Classification: vs-pratdvd BERB
    Identifiant: 3700301037282 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007595813
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007595813/html?view=VS_V1

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    The Chronobra identifies prevailing mammary vascularity as a candidate variable in breast cancer post-operative outcome prediction

    Simpson, Hugh, George, David, Sothern, Robert, Griffiths, Keith
    SpringerPlus, 2013, Vol.2(1), pp.1-10 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Food Antioxidants and Their Anti-Inflammatory Properties: A Potential Role in Cardiovascular Diseases and Cancer Prevention

    Griffiths, Keith, Aggarwal, Bharat B, Singh, Ram B, Buttar, Harpal S, Wilson, Douglas, De Meester, Fabien
    Diseases, 2016, Vol.4(3) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Innocence of memories : Orhan Pamuk: Istanbul und das Museum der Unschuld = Orhan Pamuk's museum & Istanbul

    Gee, Grant, 1964-, Pamuk, Orhan, Kirkby, Leyland, 1974-, Griffiths, Keith
    Ennetbaden : Trigon-Film
    2016
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    Titre: Innocence of memories : Orhan Pamuk: Istanbul und das Museum der Unschuld = Orhan Pamuk's museum & Istanbul / réal. Grant Gee ; scénario Orhan Pamuk, Grant Gee ; musique Leyland Kirkby ; prod. Keith Griffiths, Janine Marmot
    Auteur: Gee, Grant, 1964-; Pamuk, Orhan; Kirkby, Leyland, 1974-; Griffiths, Keith
    Editeur: Ennetbaden : Trigon-Film
    Date: 2016
    Collation: 1 DVD-vidéo (ca. 97 min.)
    Collection: Trigon-Film DVD-Edition ; 326
    Documents dans cette collection: Trigon-Film DVD-Edition
    Sujet RERO: Pamuk, Orhan - Istanbul (Turquie)
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    Description: Documentaire
    Ce film est une mise en images et en voix du roman de Orhan Pamuk "Le Musée de l'innocence" qui nous fait vivre l'amour de Fusun et de Kemal, abruptement brisé par la mort de la première.
    Public cible: Dès 16 ans
    Note: Une prod.: Hot Property Films, cop. 2015 - Version originale anglais/turc. Sous-titres: Allemand, français
    Classification: vs-pratdvd INNO
    No RERO: R008566316
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    The Role of Food Antioxidants, Benefits of Functional Foods, and Influence of Feeding Habits on the Health of the Older Person: An Overview

    Wilson, Douglas W, Nash, Paul, Buttar, Harpal Singh, Griffiths, Keith, Singh, Ram, De Meester, Fabien, Horiuchi, Rie, Takahashi, Toru
    Antioxidants, 2017, Vol.6(4) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Therapy through Social Medicine: Cultivating Connections and Inspiring Solutions for Healthy Living

    Douglas Wilson, Griffiths Keith, Buttar Harpal, Singh Ram, De Meester Fabien, Wilczynska Agnieszka, Takahashi Toru
    AIMS Medical Science, 01 March 2017, Vol.4(2), pp.131-150
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    Titre: Therapy through Social Medicine: Cultivating Connections and Inspiring Solutions for Healthy Living
    Auteur: Douglas Wilson; Griffiths Keith; Buttar Harpal; Singh Ram; De Meester Fabien; Wilczynska Agnieszka; Takahashi Toru
    Sujet: India ; Connectivity ; Daly ; UN Millennium Development Goals ; Government-Private Model of Healthcare ; Family Planning ; Modicare 2015 ; Ncds ; Women in Society ; Infrastructure ; Ecological Epidemiology ; Chemoprevention ; Transgenesis ; Medicine
    Description: emstrongObjective/strong/em This paper is to identify key areas where healthy living may be improved in India, and the converse, through cultivating connections at government, community, and at individual levels. emstrongMethods and Materials/strong/em Key healthy living issues for India were selected and relevant evidence obtained from internet sources together with personal experience over decades of multi- and inter-disciplinary international research activities. emstrongApproach/strong/em Key activities of connectivity in the development of Indian healthcare arising from “Methods and Materials” were evaluated. These included, the UN Millennium Development Goals, government-private interaction for healthcare benefit, family planning, Modicare 2015, women in society, business and clinical strategies, infrastructure, building “families”, fish stocks preservation, ecological epidemiology, NCDs, and transgenesis. emstrongResults /strong/emIn a nutritional context, “education for all” leading to connectivity and a pragmatic inspirational approach to understanding complex issues of population dynamics is essential. Of importance are scientific endeavours in agriculture and aquaculture, water utilization, food manufacture, complex issues of supply and demand at an economic eco-friendly and sustainable level, chemoprevention and treatment of diseases (where nutritionally applicable) such as with functional foods all of which are so vital if one is to raise standards for healthy living in this century and beyond. Developing-India could be a test-bed for other countries to follow, having both the problems and professional understanding of issues raised. By 2025, the UK’s Department for International Development programme in India aims to promote secondary school education for young girls, emi.e.,/em extending the age of marriage, and interventions that will lead to better health and nutrition, family planning, and developing skills for employment and supporting India’s “Right to Education Act”. The outcome may result in smaller better-nourished higher-income families. Computer school networks at Nosegay Public School in Moradabad and the municipal authorities, there, aim to reduce the consumption of unhealthy foodstuff dictated by personal convenience, media influence, and urban retail outlets and promotions. The Tsim Tsoum Institute has advocated the adoption of the Mediterranean/Palaeolithic diet with its high omega-3 omega-6 fatty acid ratio aimed at an improvement in global health due to an expected reduction in the epidemic of pre-metabolic disease, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease 1,2. Tomorrow, low-cost computer apps are advocated as a driving force in the selection of healthy foods, grown/produced under environmentally safe conditions, within retail outlets for use by mothers with limited budgets that may lead to a revolution in retail management and policy. Chemo-preventive prospective strategies such as those involving polyphenols, lignans, (found in fruits, vegetables, and soya) and other natural phytochemical products, and functional foods, which balance benefit and risk of disease, need to be continually developed, especially to reduce breast and prostate cancer. emstrongConclusion/strong/em There is an opportunity to make nutrition a central part of the post-2015 sustainable human and agricultural development agenda for the The Expert Panel for the UN 2030 programme to consider. Solutions for cultivating connections and inspiring solutions for healthy living in India have included all the above issues and this swathe of actions, some within the Nagoya protocol, has been presented for the purpose of contributing towards the health of India.
    Fait partie de: AIMS Medical Science, 01 March 2017, Vol.4(2), pp.131-150
    Identifiant: 2375-1576 (ISSN); 2375-1576 (E-ISSN); 10.3934/medsci.2017.2.131 (DOI)

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    Meta-analysis of clinical data using human meiotic genes identifies a novel cohort of highly restricted cancer-specific marker genes

    Feichtinger, Julia, Aldeailej, Ibrahim, Anderson, Rebecca, Almutairi, Mikhlid, Almatrafi, Ahmed, Alsiwiehri, Naif, Griffiths, Keith, Stuart, Nicholas, Wakeman, Jane A, Larcombe, Lee, Mcfarlane, Ramsay J
    Oncotarget, August 2012, Vol.3(8), pp.843-53 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Meta-analysis of clinical data using human meiotic genes identifies a novel cohort of highly restricted cancer-specific marker genes
    Auteur: Feichtinger, Julia; Aldeailej, Ibrahim; Anderson, Rebecca; Almutairi, Mikhlid; Almatrafi, Ahmed; Alsiwiehri, Naif; Griffiths, Keith; Stuart, Nicholas; Wakeman, Jane A; Larcombe, Lee; Mcfarlane, Ramsay J
    Sujet: Genes, Neoplasm ; Antigens, Neoplasm -- Genetics ; Biomarkers, Tumor -- Genetics ; Meiosis -- Genetics
    Description: Identifying cancer-specific biomarkers represents an ongoing challenge to the development of novel cancer diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic strategies. Cancer/testis (CT) genes are an important gene family with expression tightly restricted to the testis in normal individuals but which can also be activated in cancers. Here we develop a pipeline to identify new CT genes. We analysed and validated expression profiles of human meiotic genes in normal and cancerous tissue followed by meta-analyses of clinical data sets from a range of tumour types resulting in the identification of a large cohort of highly specific cancer biomarker genes, including the recombination hot spot activator PRDM9 and the meiotic cohesin genes SMC1beta and RAD21L. These genes not only provide excellent cancer biomarkers for diagnostics and prognostics, but may serve as oncogenes and have excellent drug targeting potential.
    Fait partie de: Oncotarget, August 2012, Vol.3(8), pp.843-53
    Identifiant: 1949-2553 (E-ISSN); 22918178 Version (PMID)

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    A study of patients presenting to an emergency department having had a "spiked drink"

    Hughes, Hywel, Peters, Rachael, Davies, Gareth, Griffiths, Keith
    Emergency medicine journal : EMJ, February 2007, Vol.24(2), pp.89-91 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: A study of patients presenting to an emergency department having had a "spiked drink"
    Auteur: Hughes, Hywel; Peters, Rachael; Davies, Gareth; Griffiths, Keith
    Sujet: Substance Abuse Detection ; Alcoholic Intoxication -- Diagnosis
    Description: To assess the scale of drink spiking in our area and identify which drugs are being used to spike drinks and also to assess whether there is a problem with drink spiking in any particular establishment. A prospective study of all patients presenting to an emergency department with alleged drink spiking over a 12-month period. Samples were analysed for levels of alcohol and drugs of misuse. Information was collected as to where the alleged spiking took place and the involvement of the police. 75 patients attended with alleged drink spiking over the period of 12 months. 42 samples were analysed and tested positive for drugs of misuse in 8 (19%) cases. 65% of those tested had alcohol concentrations >160 mg%. The alleged spiking took place in 23 different locations, with 2 locations accounting for 31% of responses. Only 14% of those questioned had informed the police. Most patients allegedly having had a spiked drink test negative for drugs of misuse. The symptoms are more likely to be a result of excess alcohol.
    Fait partie de: Emergency medicine journal : EMJ, February 2007, Vol.24(2), pp.89-91
    Identifiant: 1472-0213 (E-ISSN); 17251610 Version (PMID)

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    The luteal heat cycle of the breast in health

    Simpson, Hugh, Griffiths, Keith, McArdle, Colin, Pauson, Alfred, Hume, Pat, Turkes, Atilla
    Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 1993, Vol.27(3), pp.239-245 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]