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    • D-Amino acid peptide residualizing agents bearing N-hydroxysuccinimido- and maleimido-functional groups and their application for trastuzumab radioiodination. 

      Chitneni, S; Koumarianou, E; Pruszynski, M; Vaidyanathan, Ganesan; Zalutsky, Michael Rod (Nucl Med Biol, 2015-01)
      INTRODUCTION: Proteins that undergo receptor-mediated endocytosis are subject to lysosomal degradation, requiring radioiodination methods that minimize loss of radioactivity from tumor cells after this process occurs. Too ...
    • D-branes and Spinc structures 

      Bryant, Robert; Sharpe, E (Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics, 1999-12-01)
      It was recently pointed out by E. Witten that for a D-brane to consistently wrap a submanifold of some manifold, the normal bundle must admit a Spinc structure. We examine this constraint in the case of type III ...
    • D-Dimer elevation and adverse outcomes. 

      Chi, G; Cohen, A; Daaboul, Y; Gibson, Charles Michael; Goldhaber, SZ; Halaby, R; Harrington, Robert Arthur; ... (18 authors) (J Thromb Thrombolysis, 2015-01)
      D-Dimer is a biomarker of fibrin formation and degradation. While a D-dimer within normal limits is used to rule out the diagnosis of deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism among patients with a low clinical probaability ...
    • Daily activity and light exposure levels for five species of lemurs at the duke lemur center 

      Figueiro, MG; Glander, Kenneth Earl; Jones, GE; Rea, MS (American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2014-01-01)
      Light is the primary synchronizer of all biological rhythms, yet little is known about the role of the 24-hour luminous environment on nonhuman primate circadian patterns, making it difficult to understand the photic nicche ...
    • Daily activity and light exposure levels for five species of lemurs at the duke lemur center 

      Figueiro, MG; Glander, Kenneth Earl; Jones, GE; Rea, MS (American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2014-01-01)
      Light is the primary synchronizer of all biological rhythms, yet little is known about the role of the 24-hour luminous environment on nonhuman primate circadian patterns, making it difficult to understand the photic nicche ...
    • Daily House Price Indexes: Construction, Modeling, and Longer-Run Predictions 

      Bollerslev, Tim; Patton, Andrew J; Wenjing, W (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2013-06-11)
      We construct daily house price indexes for ten major U.S. metropolitan areas. Our calculations are based on a comprehensive database of several million residential property transactions and a standard repeat-sales methodd ...
    • Daily House Price Indexes: Volatility Dynamics and Longer-Run Predictions 

      Wang, Wenjing (2014)
      This dissertation presents the construction procedure of “high-frequency” daily measure of changes in housing valuations, and analyzes its return dynamics, as well as investigates its relationship to capital ...
    • Daily intake of antioxidants in relation to survival among adult patients diagnosed with malignant glioma. 

      DeLorenze, GN; McCoy, L; Tsai, AL; Quesenberry, CP; Rice, T; Il'yasova, D; Wrensch, M (BMC Cancer, 2010-05-19)
      BACKGROUND: Malignant glioma is a rare cancer with poor survival. The influence of diet and antioxidant intake on glioma survival is not well understood. The current study examines the association between antioxidant inttake ...
    • "Damned if you do and damned if you don't": Tamar - a Feminist Foremother. 

      Maddox, Randy L (Daughters of Sarah, 1987-07-01)
    • Dan Nelson Remembered 

      Bollerslev, Tim; Rossi, E (Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 1995)
    • Dancing in the Squares 

      Wang, Yifan (2015)
      “Guangchangwu,” or what is literally translated as “square-dancing,” is a form of public dance that has been exceedingly popular, albeit controversial, in China over recent years. Most of the participants are elderly wommen ...
    • Dangerous Jokes and the Power of Tolerance 

      Kuscu, Bengisu (2011-04-27)
      A fieldwork study of Duke University aims to show how identity functions in an environment whose ideal is perfect tolerance and the experience of students who want to practice their religion as a college student, touchinng ...
    • Dangerous liaisons: flirtations between oncogenic BRAF and GRP78 in drug-resistant melanomas. 

      Shenolikar, Shirish (The Journal of clinical investigation, 2014-03)
      BRAF mutations in aggressive melanomas result in kinase activation. BRAF inhibitors reduce BRAF(V600E) tumors, but rapid resistance follows. In this issue of the JCI, Ma and colleagues report that vemurafenib activates EER ...
    • Dante 

      Unknown author (2008-12-16)
      Bust of Dante, part of the Henry Bellamann collection
    • Dante's Inferno: The Simoniacs 

      Strandberg, Victor (1966-10)
    • Darfur, Conflict and Climate Change 

      Croshaw, Heather (2008-04-25)
      The issue of climate change poses to be one of the most pressing challenges facing community of nation states in the 21st century. While both developed and developing nations will feel the far-reaching impacts of climatee ...
    • Dark Holler 

      Garner, David Kirkland (2014)
      This dissertation is in two parts: a music composition titled "Dark Holler" for large chamber ensemble; and an article on how Cape Breton traditional fiddlers manipulate tempo in performance.1. Dark HollerDark Holler is ...
    • Dark-Blood Delayed Enhancement Cardiac Magnetic Resonance of Myocardial Infarction. 

      Kim, Han Woong; Rehwald, WG; Jenista, ER; Wendell, David; Filev, P; van Assche, L; Jensen, CJ; ... (13 authors) (JACC Cardiovasc Imaging, 2017-12-08)
      OBJECTIVES: This study introduced and validated a novel flow-independent delayed enhancement technique that shows hyperenhanced myocardium while simultaneously suppressing blood-pool signal. BACKGROUND: The diagnosis andd ...
    • Darting Primates: Steps Toward Procedural and Reporting Standards 

      Chapman, Colin A; Fernandez-Duque, E; Fernandez-Duque, M; Glander, Kenneth Earl (International Journal of Primatology, 2017-04-21)
      © 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York Darting, a common method of capturing wild primates, poses risks to the individuals that must be appropriately minimized. A recent article in the International Joournal ...