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Tay-Sachs Disease

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Elsevier
Page : 363 pages
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Release : 2001-10-10
Category : Science
ISBN : 0080490301

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Tay-Sachs disease is a rare hereditary disease caused by a genetic mutation that leaves the body unable to produce an enzyme necessary for fat metabolism in nerve cells, producing central nervous system degeneration. In infants, it is characterized by progressive mental deterioration, blindness, paralysis, epileptic seizures, and death by age four. Adult-onset Tay-Sachs occurs in persons who have a genetic mutation that is similar but allows some production of the missing enzyme. There is no treatment for Tay-Sachs. A test to determine whether an infant is carrying the Tay-Sachs disease was introduced in 1969. However, work continues to be done to help find a cure. Because there is no cure for this deadly disease, genetic research is essential. Advances in Genetics presents an eclectic mix of articles of use to all human and molecular geneticists. They are written and edited by recognized leaders in the field and make this an essential series of books for anyone in the genetics field.

Tay-Sachs Disease

Author : Jeri Freedman
Publisher : Infobase Publishing
Page : 145 pages
File Size : 44,9 Mb
Release : 2009
Category : Tay-Sachs disease
ISBN : 9781438125725

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Describes the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and genetic aspects of Tay-Sachs disease.

The Tay Son Uprising

Author : George E. Dutton
Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
Page : 308 pages
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Release : 2006-08-31
Category : History
ISBN : 9780824829841

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"George Dutton has written the first detailed Western-language study of the Tây So’n movement, which permanently altered Vietnam’s political trajectory. But in so doing, he also provides a sensitive social and cultural analysis of the pre-1800 Vietnamese-speaking world as a whole, and indeed one of the most detailed descriptions of any late 18th-century society in Southeast Asia." —Victor Lieberman, University of Michigan "It is difficult to overstate the significance of George Dutton’s terrific new book. The Tây So’n Uprising represents the first serious western-language account of the intricate sequence of political developments that define the Tây So’n era and that arguably mark the onset of modernity in Vietnam. In addition to providing a vividly evocative narrative of the complex political history of the period, Dutton offers lucid and judicious interpretations of the origins, evolution and downfall of the uprising and of its consequences for a wide range of social groups, political forces and ethnic communities. The level of research and historical craftsmanship is superb, and Dutton’s frequent reflections on relevant theoretical and historiographical issues make for fascinating reading. In short, this is a stunning accomplishment and a major contribution to the study of Vietnamese history and historiography." —Peter Zinoman, University of California, Berkeley The Tây So’n uprising (1771–1802) was a cataclysmic event that profoundly altered the eighteenth-century Vietnamese political and social landscape. This groundbreaking book offers a new look at an important and controversial era. George Dutton follows three brothers from the hamlet of Tây So’n as they led a heterogeneous military force that ousted ruling families in both halves of the divided Vietnamese territories and eventually toppled the 350-year-old Lè dynasty. Supplementing Vietnamese primary sources with extensive use of archival European missionary accounts, he explores the dynamics of an event that affected every region of the country and every level of society. Tracing the manner in which the Tây So’n leaders transformed an inchoate uprising into a new political regime, Dutton challenges common depictions of the Tây So’n brothers as visionaries or revolutionaries. Instead, he reveals them as political opportunists whose worldview remained constrained by their provincial origins and the exigencies of ongoing warfare and political struggles.

The Son Tay Raid

Author : John Gargus
Publisher : Texas A&M University Press
Page : 370 pages
File Size : 51,6 Mb
Release : 2010
Category : History
ISBN : 9781603442527

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Raid conception -- Raid training and planning -- Preparations in Southeast Asia -- The Son Tay mission -- The Vietnamese story about the Raid -- Epilogue -- Appendix: Tabular lists of participants, equipment, and chronology.

Tay and the Form 1A's at St. Claire's

Author : Shiko Gathuo
Publisher : Lulu.com
Page : 231 pages
File Size : 47,9 Mb
Release : 2011-07-27
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781430323082

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Tay and the Form 1A's at St. Claire's by Shiko Gathuo Pdf

Yvonne, the incurable snob. Ida, the ultimate goody two-shoes. Haki, the brilliant master of sarcastic wit. Doris, the terminally stingy athlete. Maisha, the "BBC." Tay. They are the Form 1A's at St. Claire's, and top students from all over Kenya. Some come from the remotest rural villages, others from the biggest mansions in the most exclusive neighborhoods of the capital city; others still are from the worst city slums. Under the watchful eye of Sister Marian the headmistress, the eternal punishments of "Terror Mama," the deputy headmistress, and the kindness of their favorite teacher Ms. Sashi, everyone gets along fine... or do they? There is that one club that some students are unable to join... the unbelievable prefect elections... there is also the house competitions business... Something is not quite right. What can Tay do about it?

Alice Erh-Soon Tay

Author : Günther Doeker-Mach,Klaus A. Ziegert
Publisher : Franz Steiner Verlag
Page : 64 pages
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Release : 2004
Category : Philosophy
ISBN : 3515085556

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Alice Erh-Soon Tay by Günther Doeker-Mach,Klaus A. Ziegert Pdf

This dedicated volume of texts is a celebration of Alice E. S. Tay and her work. There is overwhelming evidence in these texts that the body of work that has been amassed by Professor Tay is extraordinary. As is documented in this volume, her work can be described, listed, enumerated in dates and data, counted in publictions and extolled as enriching, even empowering, personal experiences by her students, colleagues and allies - often forging a relationship for a lifetime. Contents Klaus A. Ziegert: AEST - an Attempt at Explaining the Phenomenon Murray Gleeson: A Tribute to Professor Alice Tay Julia Horn: The Making of an Intellectual Kim Santow: Preface for the Festschrift of AEST List of Publications of Alice Erh-Soon Tay.

Tay Bridge Disaster

Author : Robin Lumley
Publisher : The History Press
Page : 338 pages
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Release : 2013-11-01
Category : History
ISBN : 9780752499604

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One hundred and thirty-five years after the event, the Tay Bridge Disaster remains the single most catastrophic collapse of a British engineering structure. The fateful day in 1879 shook Britain and the world of engineering to their core and sent a nation into mourning for the seventy-five souls lost to the dark, freezing waters of the Tay River. Here Lumley gives the collapse a much wider perspective than the event of one night by delving into the lives of those lost to the disaster, both passengers and railway workers, against a background of a wider Scottish history. Packed full of personal tales and with more technical appendices for those that wish to further their technical knowledge, The Tay Bridge Disaster is a must read for anyone interested in this poignant event of Scottish and British history.

Tay’s Trials

Author : Cheryl Headford
Publisher : eXtasy Books
Page : 319 pages
File Size : 53,6 Mb
Release : 2024-05-26
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 9781487431839

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Tay’s Trials by Cheryl Headford Pdf

Tay is trying to settle into his new life with a group of strangers who call themselves his family. Even Willow has deserted him. Then he meets Wisp, and things look up – until a shadow assassin attempts to kill him, Cale traps his shadow in a gem and the only way to save him appears to be a mad wizard. What can possibly top all that? Meeting a hundred-thousand-year-old king and his dragon friend, the very dragon on whom the entire city is built.

The Fall of the Tay Bridge

Author : David Swinfen
Publisher : Birlinn Ltd
Page : 236 pages
File Size : 51,5 Mb
Release : 2016-10-20
Category : History
ISBN : 9780857903419

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The Fall of the Tay Bridge by David Swinfen Pdf

It took 600 men six years to build, and was one of the longest bridges in the world. On its completion in 1878, famous visitors, including the Emperor of Brazil, Prince Leopold of the Belgians and Queen Victoria herself, came to pay homage to this marvel of Victorian engineering. Then, on the night of 28 December 1879, the unthinkable happened. Battered by an apocalyptic storm, the thirteen 'high girders' of the rail bridge over the Tay estuary fell headlong into the river below, carrying with them a train with all its passengers and crew. There were no survivors. What caused the fall of the Tay Bridge, and who was really to blame? Returning to the subject since the first edition of The Fall of the Tay Bridge in 1994, David Swinfen has meticulously analysed new evidence and now presents a solution to the riddle which has perplexed historians and engineers for generations: what really brought the bridge down?

Tay-Sachs Disease

Author : Randall McPartland
Publisher : Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
Page : 66 pages
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Release : 2015-12-15
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 9781502609465

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Tay-Sachs Disease by Randall McPartland Pdf

Tay-Sachs disease destroys the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord, and its symptoms show up in infancy. This book describes the condition and the genetic causes behind it, follows researchers on their path to scientific discovery, identifies people who have heroically cared for children with this heartbreaking disease, and tracks the latest treatments and research aimed at helping those living with it. Sidebars highlight medical breakthroughs and the people who made them.

The Tay Bridge Disaster and Other Poetic Gems

Author : William McGonagall
Publisher : Orchises Press
Page : 68 pages
File Size : 44,7 Mb
Release : 2000
Category : Poetry
ISBN : 0914061844

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The Tay Bridge

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 134 pages
File Size : 48,6 Mb
Release : 1878
Category : Railroad bridges
ISBN : UOM:39015021059780

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Three Forts on the Tay: Excavations at Moncreiffe, Moredun and Abernethy, Perth and Kinross 2014–17

Author : David Strachan,Martin Cook,Dawn McLaren
Publisher : Archaeopress Publishing Ltd
Page : 336 pages
File Size : 44,8 Mb
Release : 2023-12-21
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9781803276595

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Three Forts on the Tay: Excavations at Moncreiffe, Moredun and Abernethy, Perth and Kinross 2014–17 by David Strachan,Martin Cook,Dawn McLaren Pdf

Despite a resurgence in Scottish fort studies, few sites have been investigated, especially at the scale reported in this volume. Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust (with AOC Archaeology Group) excavated three hilltop forts on the Tay estuary to explore their enclosing works and internal buildings, uncovering an impressive assemblage of small finds.

The Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silvery Tay

Author : Peter R. Lewis
Publisher : The History Press
Page : 219 pages
File Size : 45,7 Mb
Release : 2012-05-30
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780752487632

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The Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silvery Tay by Peter R. Lewis Pdf

Over 125 years ago, barely a year and a half after the Tay Railway Bridge was built, William McGonnagal composed his poem about the Tay Bridge Disaster, the poem about Britain's worst-ever civil engineering disaster. Over 80 people lost their lives in the fall of the Tay Bridge, but how did it happen? The accident reports say that high wind and poor construction were to blame, but Peter Lewis, an Open University engineering professor, tells the real story of how the bridge so spectacularly collapsed in December 1879.

Tay John

Author : Howard O'Hagan
Publisher : Hassell Street Press
Page : 272 pages
File Size : 44,7 Mb
Release : 2021-09-09
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1014051452

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