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  • On the Right to Science: Recommendations of Selection Criteria for IMIA Scientific Meetings. [Journal Article]
    Yearb Med Inform 2019; 28(1):11-13Lehmann CU, Borycki E, … Koch S
  • The International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), a non-governmental, not-for-profit, global organization promoting health and biomedical informatics, is committed to the right of communities/populations and individuals to science, comprised of three separate constituent rights: 1) the right to participate in science, 2) the right to benefit from science, and 3) the right to benefit from …
  • New insights into the secretory functions of brown adipose tissue. [Review]
    J Endocrinol 2019Villarroya J, Cereijo R, … Villarroya F
  • In recent years, an important secretory role of brown adipose tissue (BAT) has emerged, which is consistent, to some extent, with the earlier recognition of the important secretory role of white fat. The so-called brown adipokines or "batokines" may play an autocrine role, which may either be positive or negative in the thermogenic function of brown adipocytes. Additionally, there is a growing re…
  • Environmental behaviour of radioactive particles from chernobyl. [Journal Article]
    J Environ Radioact 2019; 208-209:106025Kashparov V, Salbu B, … Zabrotsky V
  • Long-term environmental behaviour of radioactive particles released during the Chernobyl accident and deposited in sandy topsoil in Ivankiv district of Kyiv Region (Ukraine), in radioactive trench waste materials from the Red forest, and in bottom sediments from the Cooling pond has been assessed. The efficiency of the models describing the dissolution/weathering rates of U fuel particles develop…
  • A review on functional polymer-clay based nanocomposite membranes for treatment of water. [Journal Article]
    J Hazard Mater 2019; 379:120584Buruga K, Song H, … Kim KH
  • Water is essential for every living being. Increasing population, mismanagement of water sources, urbanization, industrialization, globalization, and global warming have all contributed to the scarcity of fresh water sources and the growing demand of such resources. Securing and allocating sufficient water resources has thus become one of the current major global challenges. Membrane technology h…
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