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Burton, A., D. S. Salem, R. M. Kamal, and V. McCormack, "Mammographic density and ageing: A collaborative pooled analysis of cross-sectional data from 22 countries worldwide", PLOS Medicine, vol. 14, issue 6, 2017.
Butcher, K., A. Shuaib, J. Saver, G. Donnan, S. M. Davis, B. Norrving, L. K. S. Wong, F. Abd-Allah, R. Bhatia, and A. Khan, "Thrombolysis in the developing world: is there a role for streptokinase?", International journal of stroke : official journal of the International Stroke Society, vol. 8, issue 7, pp. 560-5, 2013 Oct. Abstract

Intravenous thrombolysis with tissue plasminogen activator is the only proven acute therapy for ischemic stroke. This therapy has not been translated into clinical practice in the developing world primarily due to economic constraints. Streptokinase, a lower cost alternative thrombolytic agent, is widely available in developing countries where it is utilized to treat patients with acute coronary syndromes. Although this drug has previously been found to be ineffective in ischemic stroke, the lack of benefit may have been related to a number of factors related to trial design rather than the drug itself. Specific features of prior trial designs that may have adversely affected outcomes include a prolonged treatment window, inclusion of patients with established infarction on computed tomography scan, failure to treat excessive arterial pressures, a fixed dose of streptokinase, and concomitant use of antithrombotic medications. Given the lack of therapeutic alternatives in developing countries, a new trial of streptokinase in acute stroke, utilizing stricter inclusion criteria similar to those in more recent thrombolytic studies, appears warranted.

Butterfield, J. M., B. A. Mueller, N. Patel, and K. E. Cardone, "Daptomycin Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics in a Pooled Sample of Patients receiving Thrice-weekly Hemodialysis", Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, vol. 57, issue 2, pp. 864-872, 2013. antimicrobial_agents_and_chemotherapy.pdf
BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract

MUCH work has already been carried out on the treatment of mice infected with schistosomes. It has been observed that the worms which normally inhabit the mesenteric veins of animals infected with Schistosoma mansoni are forced to migrate to the liver after treatment with active schistosomicidal drugs1–6. This hepatic shift has usually been observed after a full course of treatment, and where the course had been inadequate, relapses were found to occur owing to the re-migration of the worms back to the mesenteric veins. Standen6observed a hepatic shift as early as one day following two oral doses of 42 mgm./ kgm. sodium antimonyl III gluconate, but after 7 days the worms were completely restored to their normal distribution in the hepatic portal system. In the work reported here we followed up the effect of a single dose of tartar emetic on the worm migration to show that the hepatic shift actually occurs much earlier than had been previously expected

BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract
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BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract
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Buwa, V., A. Dewan, A. F. Nassar, and F. Durst, "Fluid dynamics and mixing of single-phase flow in a stirred vessel with a grid disc impeller: experimental and numerical investigations", Chemical engineering science, vol. 61, no. 9: Elsevier, pp. 2815–2822, 2006. Abstract
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Byon, Y., A. Shalaby, B. Abdulhai, and S. El-Tantawy, "Traffic Data Fusion Using SCAAT Kalman Filters", Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, 10-2392, 2010.
Byon, Y. - J., A. Shalaby, B. Abdulhai, C. - S. Cho, H. Yeo, and S. El-Tantawy, "Traffic Condition Monitoring with SCAAT Kalman Filter-based Data Fusion in Toronto, Canada", KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering: Springer, pp. 1–11, 2019. Abstract
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Byrd, T. A., K. L. Cossick, and R. W. Zmud, "A {Synthesis} of {Research} on {Requirements} {Analysis} and {Knowledge} {Acquisition} {Techniques}", MIS Quarterly, pp. 117–138, 1992. Abstract

many processes in RA and KA are almost identical, one area can benefit from developments in the other

Bytheway, A. J., "Open {System} {Construction} - {A} {Strategy} for {Turbulent} {Times}", Information {Management} and {Planning}, Aldershot, England, Gower Technical, pp. 93–112, 1987. Abstract
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Byun, I. H., J. W. Hong, M. A. Hussein, and Y. O. Kim, "Demographic characteristics of craniosynostosis patients in Asia", Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery, vol. 46, pp. 674-678, 2018. demographic_characteristics_of_craniosynostosis_patients_in_asia_original.pdf
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