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Disease relevance of Dragon

  • Similarly, prochloraz and difenoconazole did not elicit any significant effect on thermogenesis at doses of up to 850 ng/bee whereas they triggered hypothermia at 1250 ng/bee [1].
  • This study was conducted to determine the relationships between 1381 chemical and structural parameters of 43 organophosphorus pesticides (OPs) and their toxicity to fish, Cyprinus carpio, using ChemOffice 8.03 and Dragon 2 [2].
  • The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of mild dysarthria and mild cognitive-communication deficits secondary to TBI on a 19-year-old survivor's mastery and use of such a system-specifically, Dragon Naturally Speaking [3].
  • Granulomatous Osteomyelitis Associated with Atypical Mycobacteriosis in a Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) [4].
  • A total of 17 Newcastle disease viruses was isolated from ducks, noddies , terns and a black- fronted plover : preliminary results suggest that they are avirulent for domestic chickens [5].

Psychiatry related information on Dragon

  • White Dragon Pearl syndrome: a female pattern of drug dependence [6].
  • The protagonist's 'countertransference love' crystallises around a rescue fantasy in which he is Orpheus striving to bring Eurydice back from Hades, or a Knight determined to behead an obscure Dragon endangering Beauty [7].
  • Children were given two standard theory of mind measures (Appearance-Reality and False Belief), three inhibitory control tasks (Bear/Dragon, Whisper, and Gift Delay), three planning tasks (Tower of Hanoi, Truck Loading, and Kitten Delivery), and a receptive vocabulary test (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test [PPVT-3]) [8].

High impact information on Dragon


Biological context of Dragon


Anatomical context of Dragon

  • In the testis of early postnatal mice, Dragon was found in gonocytes and spermatogonia, whereas in immature testes, Dragon was only weakly expressed in spermatogonia [9].
  • Among the plovers, the worms attained the greatest size at day 6 PI (254.1 x 190.4 microm) in the Kentish plover, with a significantly higher number of eggs in the uterus [14].
  • Tetrameres (Tetrameres) megaphasmidiata n. sp. is described from the proventriculus of the two-banded plover, Charadrius falklandicus, and the white-rumped sandpiper, Calidris fuscicollis, from Patagonia, Argentina [15].

Associations of Dragon with other chemical compounds


Gene context of Dragon

  • Golden plover first-laying dates were negatively correlated with both March and April temperature, the mean laying date of first clutches was additionally negatively correlated with March rainfall [18].
  • A Kohonen self-organizing map (SOM) is used to classify a data set consisting of dihydrofolate reductase inhibitors with the help of an external set of Dragon descriptors [19].
  • RESULTS: The IBM software was found to have the lowest mean error rate for vocabulary recognition (7.0 to 9.1 percent) followed by the L&H software (13.4 to 15.1 percent) and then Dragon software (14.1 to 15.2 percent) [20].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Dragon

  • In the present study, we determined the tissue and cellular localization of Dragon in reproductive organs using immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization [9].
  • For a set of 846 organic compounds, relevant in forensic analytical chemistry, with highly diverse chemical structures, the gas chromatographic Kovats retention indices have been quantitatively modeled by using a large set of molecular descriptors generated by software Dragon [21].
  • The purpose of this series of case reports was to challenge that belief by systematically measuring the arm circumferences, across three points in time, of 20 women who had received axillary dissection and who were competing in the vigorous, upper body sport of Dragon Boat racing [22].
  • But Natalie Dragon asks, what are the implications for nurses and the outcomes on patient care [23]?


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