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  • Outcomes after ascending aortic surgery : registry-based studies with special emphasis on reoperations and pre-operative cardiac arrest 

    Pan, Emily
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1439 (Turun yliopisto, 23.08.2019)
    Surgical repair for ascending aorta regarding an aneurysm or an acute type A aortic dissection (ATAAD) share similar principals in techniques. ATAAD is highly lethal, and the appropriate extent of surgery at acute setting ...
  • Light-intensity-dependent regulatory mechanisms in protection of Photosystem I in Arabidopsis 

    Rantala, Sanna
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A I, Chemica - Physica – Mathematica : 611 (Turun yliopisto, 14.08.2019)
    In photosynthetic light reactions, photosystem (PS)II and PSI as well as Cytochrome b6f, which are embedded in the thylakoid membrane of chloroplasts, transfer electrons from water molecules to NADP+ using the light energy ...
  • Hybrid Imaging for the Detection of Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease 

    Joutsiniemi, Esa
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica - Odontologica : 1438 (Turun yliopisto, 23.08.2019)
    ABSTRACT Coronary artery disease (CAD) is globally one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality. CAD develops over decades when coronary arteries obstruct, typically causing chest pain symptoms and, in the worst ...
  • The interactions and relationships of achievement 

    Laine, Erkka
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja B, Humaniora : 481 (Turun yliopisto, 28.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT The aim of this dissertation was to examine how individual’s motivational aspects, more precisely achievement goal orientations and interest, develop over time and relate to different types of learning outcomes. ...
  • Consequences of photoinhibition of photosystem I on photosynthetic electron transport and carbon metabolism 

    Lima-Melo, Yugo
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A I: Astronomica – Chemica – Physica – Mathematica : 610 (Turun yliopisto, 28.06.2019)
    Photosynthesis allows plants to store light energy in organic compounds. Plants have an efficient apparatus to harvest photons from sunlight and use the energy to split water and transport electrons to specific high-energy ...
  • On top management support for software cost estimation 

    Rahikkala, Jurka
    TUCS Dissertations : 240 (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 28.06.2019)
    Inaccurate software cost estimates continue causing project overruns and hurting firms’ economy. This thesis addresses the problem by focusing on top management role in applying estimation methodologies successfully in ...
  • Thermal relations and molecular measures in salmonidae gene expression 

    Lewis, Mario
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A II: Biologica - Geographica – Geologica : 360 (Turun yliopisto, 27.06.2019)
    Arctic, boreal and temperate latitudes are characterised by conspicuous shifts in photoperiod and temperature, which restricts ecosystem productivity and compels resident taxa to anticipate and coordinate physiological ...
  • Asia-Europe parliamentary partnership - empowerment, norms and accountability 

    Keva, Silja
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja B: Humaniora : 480 (Turun yliopisto, 28.06.2019)
    The Asia-Europe Parliamentary Partnership (ASEP) is a biennial meeting of Asian and European parliaments held on the sidelines of the intergovernmental Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) process. This dissertation studies the ASEP ...
  • History education for nation-building in exile : The case of Tibetan refugee schools in India 

    Wangdu, Kalsang
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja B: Humaniora : 479 (Turun yliopisto, 27.06.2019)
    History education is often deemed essential to the construction of national identity and to the project of nation-building. History teaching, in particular, serves to promote and legitimize a certain category of historical ...
  • On the k-Abelian Equivalence Relation of Finite Words 

    Whiteland, Markus A.
    TUCS Dissertations : 241 (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 28.06.2019)
    This thesis is devoted to the so-called k-abelian equivalence relation of sequences of symbols, that is, words. This equivalence relation is a generalization of the abelian equivalence of words. Two words are abelian ...
  • Development of Secure Software : Rationale, Standards and Practices 

    Rindell, Kalle
    TUCS Dissertations : 239 (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 17.06.2019)
    The society is run by software. Electronic processing of personal and financial data forms the core of nearly all societal and economic activities, and concerns every aspect of life. Software systems are used to store, ...
  • Gut microbes in the prevention and onset of metabolic disorders 

    Keskitalo (née Rintala), Anniina
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1430 (Turun yliopisto, 14.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT: Gut microbes are suggested to play an essential role in maintaining humanhealth, and unfavorable alterations in gut microbiota have been associated with several human diseases and disorders. Despite the ...
  • Sleep-time predictors of cardiovascular complications in surgical peripheral arterial disease 

    Utriainen, Karri
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1431 (Turun yliopisto, 14.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT Patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) undergoing surgical revascularisation are in high risk of postoperative cardiovascular complications and death, due to advancing age and multiple comorbidities ...
  • Visualization and Quantification of Neurokinin-1 receptors in Human Brain With Positron Emission Tomography 

    Nyman, Mikko
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1435 (Turun yliopisto, 14.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT: Substance P (SP) is a neurotransmitter serving numerous different functions in human central and peripheral nervous system. SP acts mainly through neurokinin‑1 receptors (NK1R). SP and NK1R are widely distributed ...
  • Hearing Loss, Balance Problems and Molecular Defects in Osteogenesis Imperfecta : A Nationwide Study in Finland 

    Kuurila, Kaija
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 572 (Turun yliopisto, 05.12.2003)
    ABSTRACT: Hearing loss, bone fragility and blue sclerae are the principal clinical features in Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), a genetic disorder mostly caused by mutations in type I collagen genes COL1A1 and COL1A2. ...
  • Molecular approaches for mycotoxin risk reduction 

    Abodalam, Taha Hussien
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A I, Chemica - Physica – Mathematica : 359 (Turun yliopisto, 10.06.2019)
    Mycotoxin contamination in food is a serious concern for human and animal health. Today, we do not know how to detoxify food materials that are contaminated with mycotoxins in ways that retain their edibility. Therefore, ...
  • Availability, attitudes and costs of selected dental services in a low-income country 

    Nyamuryekung'e, Kasusu Klint
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1433 (Turun yliopisto, 14.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to determine the availability of selected dental services, attitudes towards such services and economic factors associated with their utilization in a low-income country. Data ...
  • Regulation of Schwann cells and osteoclasts with an emphasis on NF1-deficient cells 

    Pennanen, Paula
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja D, Medica – Odontologica : 1434 (Turun yliopisto, 08.06.2019)
    ABSTRACT Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is a dominantly inherited cancer predisposition syndrome, which affects one in 2000 individuals worldwide. NF1 exhibits a variety of clinical symptoms. Neurofibromas, the hallmarks ...
  • Characterization of cytokine binding and its implications in the physiology of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans 

    Ahlstrand, Tuuli
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A I: Astronomica – Chemica – Physica – Mathematica : 609 (Turun yliopisto, 07.06.2019)
    Bacterial pathogens cause severe infections in humans. The emergence of multiresistant bacteria requires the development of new antimicrobial strategies. Bacteria utilize various virulence mechanisms to promote their ...
  • Radiosynthesis of [¹⁸F]F-DPA with various molar activities for the imaging of neuroinflammation 

    Keller, Thomas
    Turun yliopiston julkaisuja. Sarja A I: Astronomica – Chemica – Physica – Mathematica : 607 (Turun yliopisto, 14.06.2019)
    The use of radioisotopes as a means to non-invasively look into living subjects influenced both diagnostic and therapeutic medicine in the past century. Nowadays positron emission tomography (PET), employing short-lived ...

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