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A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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In the current study of tumor-bearing mice, paclitaxel treatment was shown to increase the number of MetaSites, circulating tumor cells and lung metastasis.
MetaSites have been shown to be the portal of entry for cancer cells into the blood stream contributing to the development of cancer metastasis.
(Currently the Diana site consists of an on-line version of the bibliography, a list of internet links to sites of interest and a list of full text documents available on the Web.(3) The Bibliography page is a compilation of print resources related to the study of women's human rights (see above, and endnote 2.) The Internet Links page links the user to a series of Internet metasites related to the study of international women's human rights issues.
The company added that it holds a licence to this patent, which claims centre on its MetaSite Breast diagnostic assay.
The methods include the identification and measurement of the number of actual sites (called the TMEM or MetaSite) where metastatic cancer cells enter the bloodstream.
The findings showed that the MetaSite Score, a count of the number of tumour microenvironment of metastasis (TMEM) structures, was related to a statistically significant rise in the risk of distant metastasis.
Although not obvious to the first-time visitor, CorporateInformation (http://www.corporateinformation.com) is both a metasite and a search engine.
Other noteworthy metasites include http://handango.com and http://PDAbuzz.com; these sites also highlight software that is still in development, he mentioned.
Sessions that discussed Web tools, search engines, directories, and metasites were all very popular.
Some university Web sites have developed metasites of links to subject-specific sources of international information, such as the Virtual Business and Economic Sources site (http://libWeb.uucc.edu/refbus/vibehome.htm) from UNC-Charlotte and the Australian National University's WWW Virtual Library - Demography and Population Studies site http://demography.anu.edu.au/VirtualLibrary/).
As a free site, we can get linked by many metasites, including Web Center at DJRBI and the major librarian-administered recommenders like Internet Public Library.
Give a bounty or even shared royalties for searchers who will build and maintain high quality metasites. Work out a trade: full text for links.