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Gramoun, A., D. P. Trebec, N. Azizi, and M. F. Manolson, "The extracellular matrix proteins, fibronectin and vitronectin, have a biphasic effect on osteoclastogenesis.", JOURNAL OF BONE AND MINERAL RESEARCH, vol. 21: AMER SOC BONE & MINERAL RES 2025 M ST, NW, STE 800, WASHINGTON, DC 20036-3309 USA, pp. S162–S162, 2006. Abstract
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Grant, D. A., E. Teng, R. O. Serpa, M. L. Prins, A. V. Ulyanova, P. F. Koch, M. R. Grovola, J. P. Harris, D. K. Cullen, and J. A. Wolf, Abstracts from The 32nd Annual National Neurotrauma Symposium June 29–July 2, 2014 San Francisco, California, , vol. 31, issue 12: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA, pp. A - 1, 2014. Abstract
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Grant, D. A., E. Teng, R. O. Serpa, M. L. Prins, A. V. Ulyanova, P. F. Koch, M. R. Grovola, J. P. Harris, D. K. Cullen, and J. A. Wolf, "Abstracts from The 32nd Annual National Neurotrauma Symposium June 29–July 2, 2014 San Francisco, California", Journal of Neurotrauma, vol. 31, issue 12: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA, pp. A-1-A-126, 2014. Abstract
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Grassi, G., A. Ouannas, A. T. Azar, A. G. Radwan, C. Volos, V. - T. Pham, T. Ziar, A. Madian, I. M. Kyprianidis, and I. N. Stouboulos, "Chaos synchronisation of continuous systems via scalar signal", Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST), 2017 6th International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 1–4, 2017. Abstract
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Gray, E. D., W. E. Regelmann, Z. Abdin, E. I. A. Kholy, S. Zaher, R. Kamel, M. Mansour, L. Miller, P. Ferrieri, J. B. Zabriskie, et al., "Compartmentalization of cells bearing “rheumatic” cell surface antigens in peripheral blood and tonsils in rheumatic heart disease", Journal of infectious diseases, vol. 155, no. 2: Oxford University Press, pp. 247–252, 1987. Abstract
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Gray, D. S., J. A. Kimball, and B. J. F. Wong, "Shape retention in porcine‐septal cartilage following Nd: YAG (λ= 1.32 μm) laser‐mediated reshaping", Lasers in Surgery and Medicine: The Official Journal of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, vol. 29, issue 2: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, pp. 160-164, 2001. Abstract
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Gray, E. D., Z. H. Abdin, A. Elkholy, M. Mansour, L. C. Miller, S. Zaher, R. Kamel, and W. E. Regelmann, "Augmentation of cytotoxic activity by mitogens in rheumatic heart disease.", The Journal of rheumatology, vol. 15, no. 11, pp. 1672–1676, 1988. Abstract
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Graziano, A. M., and M. L. Raulin, Research {Methods}, {A} process of {Inquiry}, , 2nd, New York, Harper Collins College Publishers, 1993. Abstract
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Scott, E. M., A. Halees, Y. Itan, E. G. Spencer, Y. He, M. A. Azab, S. B. Gabriel, A. Belkadi, B. Boisson, L. Abel, et al., "Characterization of Greater Middle Eastern genetic variation for enhanced disease gene discovery.", Nature genetics, vol. 48, issue 9, pp. 1071-6, 2016 09. Abstract

The Greater Middle East (GME) has been a central hub of human migration and population admixture. The tradition of consanguinity, variably practiced in the Persian Gulf region, North Africa, and Central Asia, has resulted in an elevated burden of recessive disease. Here we generated a whole-exome GME variome from 1,111 unrelated subjects. We detected substantial diversity and admixture in continental and subregional populations, corresponding to several ancient founder populations with little evidence of bottlenecks. Measured consanguinity rates were an order of magnitude above those in other sampled populations, and the GME population exhibited an increased burden of runs of homozygosity (ROHs) but showed no evidence for reduced burden of deleterious variation due to classically theorized 'genetic purging'. Applying this database to unsolved recessive conditions in the GME population reduced the number of potential disease-causing variants by four- to sevenfold. These results show variegated genetic architecture in GME populations and support future human genetic discoveries in Mendelian and population genetics.

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Greco, L., L. Timpone, A. Abkari, M. Abu-Zekry, T. Attard, F. Bouguerr, P. Cullufi, A. Kansu, D. Micetic-Turk, Z. Mišak, et al., "Burden of Celiac Disease in the Mediterranean Area", World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol. 17, issue 45, pp. 4971-4978, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF

Aim: To estimate the burden of undiagnosed celiac disease (CD) in the Mediterranean area in terms of morbidity, mortality and health cost.

Greco, C., I. F. Iskander, D. M. Akmal, S. Z. E. Houchi, D. A. Khairy, G. Bedogni, R. P. Wennberg, C. Tiribelli, and C. D. C. Zabetta, "Comparison between Bilistick System and transcutaneous bilirubin in assessing total bilirubin serum concentration in jaundiced newborns.", Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association, vol. 37, issue 9, pp. 1028-1031, 2017 Sep. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To compare the performance and accuracy of the JM-103 transcutaneous bilirubinometer and Bilistick System in measuring total serum bilirubin for the early identification of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.

STUDY DESIGN: The study was performed on 126 consecutive term and near-term (⩾36 weeks' gestational age) jaundiced newborns in Cairo University Children Hospital NICU, Egypt. Total serum bilirubin was assayed concurrently by the clinical laboratory and Bilistick System and estimated using the JM-103 transcutaneous bilirubin instrument. Bland-Altman analysis was used to evaluate the agreement between determinations.

RESULT: The limits of agreement of the Bilistick System (-5.8 to 3.3 mg dl) and JM-103 system (-5.4 to 6.0 mg dl) versus the clinical laboratory results were similar.

CONCLUSION: The Bilistick System is an accurate alternative to transcutaneous (TcB) determination for early diagnosis and proper management of the neonatal jaundice.

Greed, C., and M. Roberts, Introducing {Urban} {Design} - {Interventions} and {Responses}, , Harlow, England, Addison Wesley Longman, 1998. Abstract
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Greenberg, M. J., and O. M. Shalabiea, "Comets as a reflection of interstellar medium chemistry", Symposium-International Astronomical Union, vol. 160: Cambridge University Press, pp. 327–342, 1994. Abstract
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Greenberg, M. J., O. M. Shalabiea, A. Milani, D. M. Martino, and A. Cellino, Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, , 1983. Abstract
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Greenberg, J. M., O. M. Shalabiea, C. X. Mendoza-Gómez, W. Schutte, and P. A. Gerakines, "Origin of organic matter in the protosolar nebula and in comets", Advances in Space Research, vol. 16, no. 2: Pergamon, pp. 9–16, 1995. Abstract
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Greene, D. J., A. Elshafei, Y. A. Nyame, O. Kara, E. Malkoc, T. Gao, and S. J. Jones, "External validation of a PCA-3-based nomogram for predicting prostate cancer and high-grade cancer on initial prostate biopsy.", The Prostate, vol. 76, issue 11, pp. 1019-23, 2016 Aug. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to externally validate a previously developed PCA3-based nomogram for the prediction of prostate cancer (PCa) and high-grade (intermediate and/or high-grade) prostate cancer (HGPCa) at the time of initial prostate biopsy.

METHODS: A retrospective review was performed on a cohort of 336 men from a large urban academic medical center. All men had serum PSA <20 ng/ml and underwent initial transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy with at least 10 cores sampling for suspicious exam and/or elevated PSA. Covariates were collected for the nomogram and included age, ethnicity, family history (FH) of PCa, PSA at diagnosis, PCA3, total prostate volume (TPV), and abnormal finding on digital rectal exam (DRE). These variables were used to test the accuracy (concordance index) and calibration of a previously published PCA3 nomogram.

RESULTS: Biopsy confirms PCa and HGPCa in 51.0% and 30.4% of validation patients, respectively. This differed from the original cohort in that it had significantly more PCa and HGPCA (51% vs. 44%, P = 0.019; and 30.4% vs. 19.1%, P < 0.001). Despite the differences in PCa detection the concordance index was 75% and 77% for overall PCa and HGPCa, respectively. Calibration for overall PCa was good.

CONCLUSIONS: This represents the first external validation of a PCA3-based prostate cancer predictive nomogram in a North American population. Prostate 76:1019-1023, 2016. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Greene, D. J., A. Elshafei, Y. A. Nyame, O. Kara, E. Malkoc, T. Gao, and S. J. Jones, "External validation of a PCA-3-based nomogram for predicting prostate cancer and high-grade cancer on initial prostate biopsy.", The Prostate, vol. 76, issue 11, pp. 1019-23, 2016 Aug. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to externally validate a previously developed PCA3-based nomogram for the prediction of prostate cancer (PCa) and high-grade (intermediate and/or high-grade) prostate cancer (HGPCa) at the time of initial prostate biopsy.

METHODS: A retrospective review was performed on a cohort of 336 men from a large urban academic medical center. All men had serum PSA <20 ng/ml and underwent initial transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy with at least 10 cores sampling for suspicious exam and/or elevated PSA. Covariates were collected for the nomogram and included age, ethnicity, family history (FH) of PCa, PSA at diagnosis, PCA3, total prostate volume (TPV), and abnormal finding on digital rectal exam (DRE). These variables were used to test the accuracy (concordance index) and calibration of a previously published PCA3 nomogram.

RESULTS: Biopsy confirms PCa and HGPCa in 51.0% and 30.4% of validation patients, respectively. This differed from the original cohort in that it had significantly more PCa and HGPCA (51% vs. 44%, P = 0.019; and 30.4% vs. 19.1%, P < 0.001). Despite the differences in PCa detection the concordance index was 75% and 77% for overall PCa and HGPCa, respectively. Calibration for overall PCa was good.

CONCLUSIONS: This represents the first external validation of a PCA3-based prostate cancer predictive nomogram in a North American population. Prostate 76:1019-1023, 2016. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Greene, D. J., A. Elshafei, Y. A. Nyame, O. Kara, E. Malkoc, T. Gao, and S. J. Jones, "External validation of a PCA-3-based nomogram for predicting prostate cancer and high-grade cancer on initial prostate biopsy.", The Prostate, vol. 76, issue 11, pp. 1019-23, 2016 Aug. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to externally validate a previously developed PCA3-based nomogram for the prediction of prostate cancer (PCa) and high-grade (intermediate and/or high-grade) prostate cancer (HGPCa) at the time of initial prostate biopsy.

METHODS: A retrospective review was performed on a cohort of 336 men from a large urban academic medical center. All men had serum PSA <20 ng/ml and underwent initial transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy with at least 10 cores sampling for suspicious exam and/or elevated PSA. Covariates were collected for the nomogram and included age, ethnicity, family history (FH) of PCa, PSA at diagnosis, PCA3, total prostate volume (TPV), and abnormal finding on digital rectal exam (DRE). These variables were used to test the accuracy (concordance index) and calibration of a previously published PCA3 nomogram.

RESULTS: Biopsy confirms PCa and HGPCa in 51.0% and 30.4% of validation patients, respectively. This differed from the original cohort in that it had significantly more PCa and HGPCA (51% vs. 44%, P = 0.019; and 30.4% vs. 19.1%, P < 0.001). Despite the differences in PCa detection the concordance index was 75% and 77% for overall PCa and HGPCa, respectively. Calibration for overall PCa was good.

CONCLUSIONS: This represents the first external validation of a PCA3-based prostate cancer predictive nomogram in a North American population. Prostate 76:1019-1023, 2016. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Greenspan, M. B., R. Shamloul, and A. J. Bella, "TECHNICAL, SAFETY AND SATISFACTION CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE NEW AMERICAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS SPECTRA MALLEABLE PENILE IMPLANT", JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE, vol. 8: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMMERCE PLACE, 350 MAIN ST, MALDEN 02148, MA USA, pp. 34–35, 2011. Abstract
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Greenspan, M. B., R. Shamloul, and A. J. Bella, "INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE NEW AMERICAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS SPECTRA MALLEABLE PENILE IMPLANT", JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE, vol. 7: WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC COMMERCE PLACE, 350 MAIN ST, MALDEN 02148, MA USA, pp. 181–181, 2010. Abstract
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Greenspan, M. B., R. Shamloul, and A. J. Bella, "Initial Surgical Series for 11 Men Reporting Technical, Safety and Satisfaction Considerations for the New American Medical Systems Spectra Malleable Penile Implant: ISMH World Congress 2010 Abstract 151", Journal of Men's Health, vol. 7, no. 3: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA, pp. 329–329, 2010. Abstract
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Greeson, K., G. M. Suliman, A. Sami, A. Alowaimer, and M. Koohmaraie, "Frequency of antibiotic resistant Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Enterococcus, and Staphylococcus aureus in meat in Saudi Arabia", African Journal of Microbiology Research, vol. 7, issue 4, pp. 309-316, 2013. Abstract
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Greetham, B., How to {Write} {Better} {Essays}, , Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2001. Abstract
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Gregoire, V., J. Overgaard, and E. Shash, "82: An example of the integrated model: the EORTC DAHANCA-1219 trial", Radiotherapy and Oncology, vol. 110: Elsevier, pp. S40, 2014. Abstract
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Gregory, S., and R. Bahgat, "Pandora: non-deterministic parallel logic programming", The 6th International Conference on Logic Programming, Lisbon-Portugal, pp. 471-486, 1986.
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