Posts Tagged ‘2004’

Definitive Guide To Exploring File Formats

woensdag, december 21st, 2011
TitleDefinitive Guide To Exploring File Formats
Screenshotdgteff
Year2004
Estimated date2004-11-01
CategoryOther publication
PlatformNone
DescriptionDefinitive Guide To Exploring File Formats that I wrote with Michael Watson.
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Werkbespreking Inleiding PREVEND

vrijdag, december 16th, 2011
TitleWerkbespreking Inleiding PREVEND
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2004
Estimated date2004-02-15
CategoryScientific presentation
PlatformNone
DescriptionI held a presentation introducing the PREVEND database to my colleagues at the Medische Biologie department.
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Werkbespreking december 2004

donderdag, december 15th, 2011
TitleWerkbespreking december 2004
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Year2004
Estimated date2004-11-30
CategoryScientific presentation
PlatformNone
DescriptionA presentation we held for our colleagues in 2004. No harm in releasing it now, since all has been published or been ditched.
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CYP3A5 GENOTYPE AFFECTS SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE IN THE GENERAL POPULATION

donderdag, december 15th, 2011
TitleCYP3A5 GENOTYPE AFFECTS SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE IN THE GENERAL POPULATION
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Year2004
Estimated date2004-10-07
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformNone
DescriptionMy poster for the Dutch Nefrodagen 2004.
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base64

dinsdag, december 13th, 2011
Titlebase64
Screenshotbase64
Year2004
Estimated date2004-01-04
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionA tool to mass scan Commodore 64 D64 files in a folder and save a list of all files on the disks as a tab delimited file for further processing.
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Painfull

vrijdag, december 9th, 2011
TitlePainfull
Screenshotpainfull
Year2004
Estimated date2004-05-21
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionPainfull is the first full extractor and importer for game archives of the retail version of the first Painkiller. I deciphered the encryption and gained fame because of that. The software company actually changed their game archives as a result of Painfull in a subsequent patch. It's good to be influential.
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Induction of Glial L-CCR mRNA Expression in Spinal Cord and Brain in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis

woensdag, december 7th, 2011
TitleInduction of Glial L-CCR mRNA Expression in Spinal Cord and Brain in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
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Year2004
Estimated date2003-06-01
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformNone
DescriptionABSTRACT Chemokines and chemokine receptors are important regulators of leukocyte trafficking and immune response. It is well established that chemokines and their receptors are also expressed in the central nervous system (CNS), where their expression has been associated with various neuroinflammatory diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS). One of the most important chemokines involved in MS pathology is CCL2 (previously known as MCP-1). CCL2, released by glial cells, activates the chemokine receptor CCR2, causing the infiltration of blood monocytes in tissues affected by MS. There is evidence, however, that CCL2 also has local effects on CNS cells, including induction or modulation of cytokine release and synthesis of matrix metalloproteinases, that might contribute to CNS pathology. These effects are most likely independent of CCR2, since CCR2 expression in glial cells is rarely observed. We have recently provided evidence for the presence of an alternative CCL2 receptor in glial cells called L-CCR and have investigated the expression of L-CCR mRNA in a murine EAE model. It is shown that L-CCR mRNA is expressed in infiltrating macrophages during EAE, but not in infiltrating T cells. Prominent expression of L-CCR mRNA was detected in astrocytes and microglia already at early time points throughout the brain and spinal cord supporting the hypothesis that L-CCR expression in glial cells is related to CNS inflammation.
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