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Disease relevance of Computer Systems

 

High impact information on Computer Systems

  • A computer-based lithium librarian program has been developed that provides an up-to-date registry of all lithium references, rapid search capability, constant availability, and easy transferability to identical computer systems located on three continents [5].
  • Quantification of PCNA-positive cells was carried out using an image analysis computer system, obtaining a PCNA score for each cellular event [6].
  • A broad range of software for molecular biology is freely available for different popular computer systems, including the EMBL enhancements to the Wisconsin (GCG) Package [7].
  • A stand-alone, interactive computer system has been developed that automates the analysis of ethidium bromide-stained agarose and acrylamide gels on which DNA restriction fragments have been separated by size [8].
  • Axial dual-echo fast-spin-echo T2-weighted images and T1-weighted images before and after gadolinium (Gd) were acquired at 1.5 tesla and transferred into an image processing computer system [9].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Computer Systems

 

Biological context of Computer Systems

 

Anatomical context of Computer Systems

  • Sixty cases of liver FNAC with their corresponding cell blocks were retrieved from the hospital computer system, including 30 HCC and 30 MC (15 colon, 10 breast, and 5 pancreas) [14].
  • We tried to elucidate the localization and distribution of amyloid bodies (Corpora amylacea) in the human vestibulocochlear nerve stained with luxol fast blue-periodic acid Schiff-hematoxylin using of a combination of an image analyzing computer system and a microscope fitted with a drawing tube [15].
 

Associations of Computer Systems with chemical compounds

  • Through a series of discussions between members of the Computer Council of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and representatives from the manufacturers of computer systems, a set of important considerations emerged, which are reported in this paper [16].
  • A gamma camera computer system was used to monitor the distribution and clearance rate of inhaled DTPA radioaerosol [17].
  • A common sequence/structural motif pattern has been identified within the steroid/thyroid hormone receptors and other transcriptional activators using a new massively parallel symbolic learning assistant computer system [18].
  • The state of saturation with calcium oxalate monohydrate was estimated by means of a computer system which solved the interactions among 45 complex species [19].
  • Analysis was made through a specially programmed Qantel 1300 computer (Empire Computer Systems, Seattle, Washington) [20].
 

Gene context of Computer Systems

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Computer Systems

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