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Ultrasound is used to precisely guide the injection of adipose-derived stem cells into the suspensory ligament. The still-developing technology of stem cell therapy, which uses unspecified cells from the horse’s body, has the potential to help racehorses heal sounder than ever before. A tendon is a bundle of elastic fibers, mostly made of collagen, that attaches muscle to bone and helps move the skeleton. Ligaments are similar but attach bone to bone and provide stability. When a horse bows a tendon, it tears the fibers at a certain point of the tendon (the location results in a name, such as high or low bow), weakening it significantly. When the tendon begins to knit back together, it is significantly hampered by lack of blood flow. Blood provides several healing mechanisms, including adult stem cells, which are able to convert themselves into specific types of cells the body needs to heal itself (in this case, tendon cells). If the tendon does not get enough help, it eventually develops scar tissue, which weakens the tendon because it is nonelastic and haphazardly knitted together. The injury takes a long time to heal – a typical racetrack cure was pinfiring or blistering, followed by six months to a year of turnout. If a horse was brought back to the track and the tendon had mostly healed with scar tissue, the weakened tendon could give way and the injury recur.
Stem Cell Therapy in a Caprine Model of Osteoarthritis J. Mary Murphy,1 David J. Fink,1 Ernst B. Hunziker,2 and Frank P. Barry1 Objective. To explore the role that implanted mesenchymal stem cells may play in tissue repair or regeneration of the injured joint, by delivery of an autologous preparation of stem cells to caprine knee joints following induction of osteoarthritis (OA). Methods. Adult stem cells were isolated from caprine bone marrow, expanded in culture, and transduced to express green fluorescent protein. OA was induced unilaterally in the knee joint of donor animals by complete excision of the medial meniscus and resection of the anterior cruciate ligament. After 6 weeks, a single dose of 10 million autologous cells suspended in a dilute solution of sodium hyaluronan was delivered to the injured knee by direct intraarticular injection. Control animals received sodium hyaluronan alone. Results. In cell-treated joints, there was evidence of marked regeneration of the medial meniscus, and implanted cells were detected in the newly formed tissue. Degeneration of the articular cartilage, osteophytic remodeling, and subchondral sclerosis were reduced in cell-treated joints compared with joints treated with vehicle alone without cells. There was no evidence of repair of the ligament in any of the joints. Conclusion. Local delivery of adult mesenchymal stem cells to injured joints stimulates regeneration of meniscal tissue and retards the progressive destruction normally seen in this model of OA.
2.4°C to 3.4°C rise in global temperature by the period 2071-2100 (A1B)1 • nalysis of the future impacts and economic costs of climate change A requires climate models. These models require inputs of future greenhouse gas emissions, based on modelled global socio-economic scenarios, to make projections of future changes in temperature, precipitation and other meteorological variables. • he ClimateCost project has considered three emissions scenarios: T a medium-high non-mitigation baseline scenario (A1B); a mitigation scenario (E1), which stabilises global temperature change at about 2°C above pre-industrial levels; and a high-emission scenario (RCP8.5). • Under a medium-high emission baseline (A1B), with no mitigation, the climate models considered in ClimateCost show that global average temperatures could rise by between 1.6°C and 2.3°C by 2041-2070, and 2.4°C and 3.4°C by 2071-2100, relative to the modelled baseline period used in the project of 1961-1990. However, the models project much larger temperature increases for Europe in summer, and strong regional differences across countries, for example, the Iberian Peninsula has a mean projected increase of up to 5°C by 2071-2100. 1.5°C rise in global temperature with mitigation (E1)1 Uncertainty in the climate projections between emissions scenarios and climate models for Europe is considerable These values are reported for a future average time period over 30 years, relative to a 1961-1990 baseline. They report the Ensembles Project results used in the ClimateCost project, not the full IPCC AR4 range. 1 02/03 2/2 European and Global Climate Change Projections • The differences in the precipitation projections between the models are much greater and the distributional patterns across Europe are more pronounced than for temperature. Nonetheless, there are some robust patterns of change. There are wetter winters projected for Western and Northern Europe. By contrast, there are drier conditions projected all year for Southern Europe, where summer precipitation could be reduced by 50% by the end of the century. In other parts of Europe, the changes are more uncertain, and the models even project differences in the direction of change (i.e. whether increases or decreases will occur).
Joint science academies’ statement: Global response to climate change Climate change is real There will always be uncertainty in understanding a system as complex as the world’s climate. However there is now strong evidence that significant global warming is occurring1. The evidence comes from direct measurements of rising surface air temperatures and subsurface ocean temperatures and from phenomena such as increases in average global sea levels, retreating glaciers, and changes to many physical and biological systems. It is likely that most of the warming in recent decades can be attributed to human activities (IPCC 2001)2. This warming has already led to changes in the Earth's climate. The existence of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is vital to life on Earth – in their absence average temperatures would be about 30 centigrade degrees lower than they are today. But human activities are now causing atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases – including carbon dioxide, methane, tropospheric ozone, and nitrous oxide – to rise well above pre-industrial levels. Carbon dioxide levels have increased from 280 ppm in 1750 to over 375 ppm today – higher than any previous levels that can be reliably measured (i.e. in the last 420,000 years). Increasing greenhouse gases are causing temperatures to rise; the Earth’s surface warmed by approximately 0.6 centigrade degrees over the twentieth century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) projected that the average global surface temperatures will continue to increase to between 1.4 centigrade degrees and 5.8 centigrade degrees above 1990 levels, by 2100.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities is seeking applicants for the 2013-2014 Anne Ford Scholarship. The Anne Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 ($2,500/year over four years) award granted to a graduating high school senior with a documented learning disability who will be enrolled, in the fall of 2014, in a full-time bachelor’s degree program. The ideal Anne Ford Scholar is a student who: • Articulates his/her LD and clearly demonstrates the importance of self-advocacy • Is committed to completing a four-year college degree and has begun to set realistic career goals • Participates in school and community activities • Has demonstrated academic achievements consistent with college and career goals • Plans to contribute to society in ways that increase opportunities for individuals with LD • Excels as a role model and spokesperson for others who struggle with LD • Demonstrates financial need Eligibility & Selection Criteria To be eligible for the 2013-2014 Anne Ford Scholarship, an applicant must: • Have an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4 point scale (or equivalent) • Demonstrate financial need • Provide most current documentation of an identified learning disability Please Note: ADD/ADHD alone is not considered a learning disability; eligible candidates must also provide documentation of a specific learning disability. • Be a U.S. Citizen Please Note: If you will be attending a two-year community college, vocational or technical training program, or specialized program for students with LD, you are not eligible to apply for the Anne Ford Scholarship. Please visit our website at www.LD.org for more information on the Allegra Ford Scholarship. “I learn differently than everyone else but I do not allow that to limit how much I am able to learn.” - Macy Olivas, 2009 Anne Ford Scholar http://www.ld.org AFScholarship@ncld.org (888) 575-7373 the anne ford scholarship National Center for Learning Disabilities Mentoring & Outreach Opportunities The Anne Ford Scholar must be willing to mentor future Scholars and act as a role model for individuals with learning disabilities through such activities as public speaking, writing for publications, and engaging in other opportunities made possible through NCLD. Selection Process The Anne Ford Scholarship Committee, comprised of members of NCLD’s Board of Directors, Professional Advisory Board, and distinguished friends, will make the final selection of scholars in Spring 2014. Scholarship Requirements Anne Ford Scholars are required to submit annual updates detailing their progress in school and offering insights about their academic and personal growth. The $10,000 scholarship will be paid in four yearly installments of $2,500. Scholars must submit proof of course registration to receive their first installment. To continue receiving payments, scholars must provide proof of course registration for each ensuing semester and documentation of passing grades (transcripts).
2013-2014 Scholarships For a link to the listed scholarship websites and information, visit www.pacificu.edu/financialaid and click on the Resources link under Additional Information and select "List of Scholarships" Amount of Undergrad Graduate Scholarship Name of Scholarship Web Address Academic Invest AES Engineers Scholarships American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Abbott and Fenner Business Consultants http://www.academicinvest.com/ www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm Yes Yes www.aicpa.org Yes www.abbottandfenner.com Yes Yes Yes Varies $500 $1000$12,000 Approx. Deadline to Apply Varies Oct 4 Ck Web $1,000 June 14 $500-$5000 Ck web American Dream Scholarship Program www.salliemaefund.org Yes Americorps Air Force Reserve Officer Training (AFROTC) www.americorps.gov Yes Yes Up to $4725 None www.afrotc.com Yes Yes Varies None Alpha Kappa Alpha / Roberta C. Vann www.akaeaf.org Yes Yes $750-$2500 Ck Web American Chemical Society www.acs.org Yes Mar 1 American Legion www.legion.org/scholarships Yes Up to $5000 $2500$15,000 Arc of Washington Trust- Field of Developmental Disabilities http://www.scholarships.com/financial-aid/collegescholarships/scholarships-by-major/communicationsscholarships/arc-of-washington-trust-fund-research-grants/ Yes Yes Up to $5000 Ck Web Army ER. Relief (MG James Ursano Fund) http://www.aerhq.org Yes Yes Varies April 15 Army Full Ride Scholarship (ROTC) http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/scholarships.html Yes Yes Full tuition plus stipend Full tuition plus stipend Asian Reporter – Oregon or Wash. Resident www.asianreporter.com/Scholarships.htm Yes Yes Up to $1000 March 17 Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest http://essaycontest.aynrandnovels.com/AtlasShrugged.aspx ?theme=blue Yes Yes Up to $10,000 Sept 17 April 15 2013-2014 Scholarships For a link to the listed scholarship websites and information, visit www.pacificu.edu/financialaid and click on the Resources link under Additional Information and select "List of Scholarships" Amount of Undergrad Graduate Scholarship Name of Scholarship Web Address Audria Edwards Youth Scholarship http://www.peacockinthepark.org/scholarship/default.aspx Yes B. Davis Scholarship www.studentawardsearch.com http://www.bankofamerica.com/foundation/index.cfm?templ ate=fd_joemartin Yes Yes Bank of America-Joe Martin Approx. Deadline to Apply Varies May 1 No $1,000 May 28 No $2,500 Feb 28 Behavioral Sciences Post-Doctoral – Epilepsy Foundation http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/research/grants.cfm Yes Up to $40,000 March 22 Benefis Healthcare Foundation http://www.benefisfoundation.org/page.aspx?NavID=11 Yes Up to $2,500 May 15/ Oct 1 Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship Best of The Web/Online Degree Directory BigSun Scholarship http://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Gilman-ScholarshipProgram Yes Yes Up to $5000 Mar 1 http://onlinedegree.botw.org/scholarships/ Yes Yes $2000/$2500 www.bigsunathletics.com Yes No Buick Achievers Scholarship Program www.buickachievers.com Yes No CASA of Oregon CFMA Portland Scholarship Ciri Foundation Comcast Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute www.casaoforegon.org www.cfma-portland.org www.thecirifoundation.org/scholarships.htm http://www.comcastoffer.net/scholarship.html Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes $500 Up to $25,000/yr $1000-$2500 $2000-$3000 Up to $20,000 $1,000 http://www.chci.org/scholarships/ Yes Yes Up to $5000 April 16 Coos County Master Gardener Assoc http://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/mgcountyscholarship Yes Yes Up to $6000 April 13 Daughters of the American Revolution http://www.dar.org Yes Yes Ck web B. Davis Scholarship Elizabeth Baricevic/Josefina Botta Memorial www.studentawardsearch.com Yes No $1,000 Feb 15/Apr 15 May 27 http://cofltoregon.ning.com/page/scholarships-1 Yes $1,000 March 1 Sept 30/May 31 June 22 Feb 28 Ck Web Feb 28 Ck Web Dec 1 2013-2014 Scholarships For a link to the listed scholarship websites and information, visit www.pacificu.edu/financialaid and click on the Resources link under Additional Information and select "List of Scholarships" Name of Scholarship Web Address Equity Foundation (LGBTQ) Scholarships-Several www.equityfoundation.org/scholarships Easter Seals Hawaii Foundation ESA Foundation Fast Web Ford Fdn. Pre Doctoral Fellowship for minorities Frugal Dad Garden Club Gates Millenium Grand Chptr of Ore Order of the Eastern Star Hispanic Scholarship Fund Hispanic College Fund INCIGHT Resources for SelfEmpowerment Indian Health Scholarship Program Institute of Management Accountants http://hawaii.easterseals.com/site/PageServer?pagename= HIDR_Foundation_Scholarship http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/scholarships-andgrants/scholarships http://www.fastweb.com/college-scholarships...
Product No. EW30ES6CGS6 37663376J76S6 Series 30" elec Color stainless Market Canada Wiring Diagram 318550155 Owner's Guide 318203847 Installation Instructions 318201615 Service Data Sheet 318127078 Quick Start Guide 318203404 30-INCH SLIDE-IN RANGE EW30ES65GS.bmp CEW30ES65GWB.eps BEW30ES6CGS5.eps TEW30ES65GSE.eps ELECTRIC DEW30DS6CGS6.eps 318550155-1.eps 318550155-2.eps Model No. EW30ES6CG Electrolux Major Appliances P.O. BOX 8020 CHARLOTTE, NC 28262 Publication No. 5995581237 10/11/22 (EN/SERVICE/ECL) 377 Publication No: 5995581237 EW30ES6CGS6 BACKGUARD 11/10 2 EW30ES6CGS6 Publication No: 5995581237 BACKGUARD POS. NO 18 19 # 20 # 21 22 23 24 25 97A# 99 # 99*# PART NO. 318900301 318387121 316576612 316524400 318905005 5304417153 5303307980 5303131801 316576432 316535201 318578306 DESCRIPTION Subframe, control Control Assembly, glass, black, w/interface Controller, electronic, ES630 Screw, control mtg, 6-32 x .25, (5) Panel, service, stainless Screw, shoulder, 8-18 X 1/2, (4) Screw, 8-32 x 0.437, (8) Screw, 10 x 3/8 Board, power, UIB Board, power supply, 8V Harness, wiring, power supply * # * # * * 318578320 318578321 318163602 5303211311 Harness, wiring, controller, to UIB Harness, wiring, UIB, to power boards Cleaner, stainless steel Screw, 8-18 x 0.500 # Functional Parts * Non-Illustrated Parts 3 11/10 Publication No: 5995581237 EW30ES6CGS6 BODY 11/10 4 EW30ES6CGS6 Publication No: 5995581237 BODY POS. NO 1 1A 2 3 4 4A 6 6A 6B 7 8 8A 8B 8B* 9 10 11 12 13 13* 14 # * # 15 18 20 21 24 29 37 # 39 # 53 # 54 # 54* 54* 54* 55 58A 58B 58C 58D 59 59* 62 62* 66 # 67 # 70 71 76 77 77A # Functional Parts * Non-Illustrated Parts
Made in the U.S.A. All of our harnesses are hand assembled in the U.S.A. Correct Color Wires Our harnesses always match the original factory color codes and gauge sizes. We use U.S.A. made Cross Linked Polyethylene type GXL wire which is much more tolerant to heat than the original PVC type GPT wire that was used from the factory. Dip Soldered (when applicable) All terminals are dip soldered (when applicable) to limit resistance loss. Correct Connectors & Terminals With over 300,000 connectors and terminals in stock you can be sure the harness you receive will look identical to the original. 1 WIRE IGNITION Correct Non-Adhesive & Cloth Tapes All harnesses are wrapped with the correct non-adhesive or cloth woven tapes to assure a 100% factory appearance. Technical Support We don't expect our customers to be “wiring-wizards”, you can call us direct with any technical questions you may have. Custom Modifications Custom modifications are available to allow you to convert from an external regulated alternator to an internal regulated alternator. This modification is available for most '63 and up GM cars and trucks. We can also convert many of our engine harnesses to work with H.E.I. distributors and electric chokes. Our modifications retain the factory appearance. Call our Customer Service Department for more details.
NOTES • are must be taken during customer installation of equipment and wiring C to ensure that all holes drilled in the body are corrosion protected, properly sealed and that vehicle wiring harnesses, piping or other components have not been displaced or damaged. Aftermarket equipment installers must be mindful of applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. This information can be obtained directly from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. • These vehicles are equipped with an air bag system. The air bag system in your police vehicle includes front seat back, front knee and side curtain air bags. Customer installed equipment such as security barriers behind the front seats should not be mounted so that the barrier ends are within the side air bag deployment zones. The sensors and other components for the air bag system must not be relocated to accommodate the installation of customer furnished equipment; please refer to the service manual for sensor and other component locations. For information concerning instrument panel top pad mounted equipment and air bag system deployment zones, see the air bag information section in this catalog. • This catalog is not updated during the model year and should not be