Manufacturing entrepreneurs: An empirical study of the correlates
of employment growth in the Tulsa MSA and rural East Texas.
HLA gene distribution correlates
with increased susceptibility as well as with increased resistance (4).
Transliminality: Further correlates
and a short measure.
As with CCR5, no common genetic correlate
has been identified that can explain the LTNP phenomenon.
An uncured length of approximately 120 mm (110-130 mm), the optimum uncured length, was found to correlate
closely with the time that the 9 kHz inverse capacitance curve (crosslink density curve) flattened.
This allowed the molder to see shot-to-shot variations in process parameters, and correlate
them with shot-to-shot variations in part dimensions.
Krupp is working with Stony Brook's Patricia Coyle on cytokine levels and immune complexes in serum and spinal fluid samples to see if they correlate
with MS fatigue.
The center preserves biologic samples from all cohort members for future studies, Wolff says, so researchers will be able to analyze phthalate and phenol levels in maternal prenatal urine samples and correlate
these levels with birth outcomes and with subsequent growth and neurodevelopment.
The aim of this ecologic study was to correlate
outpatient antibiotic consumption with reported rates of PNSP, MRSE and MRGAS in 20 countries on three continents.
The strongest correlate
of depression was perceived poor health; these subjects were almost seven times more likely to be depressed.
"The potential impact of this technology is significant in that soldiers training in a virtual battlefield now will see friendly and opposing computer generated forces behaving more naturally and with greater fidelity simply because we have eliminated the artifacts that result when you create and correlate
multiple, distinct databases," said Tom Florence, director of Federal Programs at CG2.