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Humoral response to John Cunningham virus during pregnancy in multiple sclerosis.

Pregnancy induces an immunosuppressive state in the mother to ensure immunological acceptance of the foetus. Impairment of cell-mediated immune responses may render the mother susceptible to intracellular pathogens. It is not presently known whether pregnancy alters the immunosurveillance for John Cunningham virus (JCV), an opportunistic pathogen associated with natalizumab treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS).

John Rousseau Thornbury, MD.

Raymond John Lipicky, MD.

An appreciation of Professor John Lewis.

Let's recognize Dr. John Geyman, too.

John McMurray MD FESC.

John F. Kennedy, Jr. and the Torn Self: A Psychological Portrait.

John F. Kennedy, Jr., (1960-1999) was one of the most recognizable figures of the 2nd half of the 20th century. He died tragically in an airplane he was piloting on route to Hyannis Port, Massachusetts to attend the wedding of his cousin, Rory Kennedy. Though much has been written about the life of J.F.K., Jr., this article represents the first psychobiographical portrait of the iconic personality. Employing a multi-theoretical approach to psychobiography, this profile integrates psychodynamic theory (James...

Kenneth John Carpenter, Ph.D. (1923-2016).

John Wilkins (1614-1672): New Essays.

John E. McDermott, MD (1931-2017).

The John L. Cameron Legacy Factor: Further Quantifying His Impact.

Professor John Delos DeLamater (1940-2017).

Sydney John Miller 1926-2017.

In Memoriam: John C. Clamp (1949-2018).

Letter to the Editor. John F. Kennedy's back: a few supplementary comments.

The Data Librarian's Handbook, by Robin Rice and John Southall

Mercury bioaccumulation in aquatic biota along a salinity gradient in the Saint John River estuary.

Although estuaries are critical habitats for many aquatic species, the spatial trends of toxic methylmercury (MeHg) in biota from fresh to marine waters are poorly understood. Our objective was to determine if MeHg concentrations in biota changed along a salinity gradient in an estuary. Fourspine Stickleback (Apeltes quadracus), invertebrates (snails, amphipods, and chironomids), sediments, and water were collected from ten sites along the Saint John River estuary, New Brunswick, Canada in 2015 and 2016, wi...

John Walker-Smith: the father of European paediatric gastroenterology.

Integrating the Genetics of Race and Ethnicity Into Cancer Research: Trailing Jane and John Q. Public.

The Life and Times of John Doull, PhD, MD (1922-2017).

William Hunter and Lymphatics.

William Hunter along with his brother, John, and their colleagues William Hewson, William Cruikshank and John Sheldon made a large contribution to understanding of lymphatic vessels. Hewson, Cruikshank and Sheldon all carried out mercury injections and made much progress in mapping the distribution of lymphatics in the human body. William Hunter appreciated that lymphatics absorbed fluid from the tissues of the body and that lacteals of the intestine and lymphatics are similar structures. John Hunter carrie...

A valuable and rewarding role.

BVA's current President John Fishwick explains why you might want to think about putting yourself forward as the next member of the BVA Officer team.

John Cunningham virus large T antigen detection in brain biopsy of an HIV-infected patient with glioblastoma multiforme: more than a coincidental finding.

You Never Know, Until You Know, and Then You Know: An Interview With COL (Ret) John F. Kragh Jr, MD.

CORR Insights®: The John N. Insall Award: Higher Tissue Concentrations of Vancomycin Achieved With Intraosseous Regional Prophylaxis in Revision TKA: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

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