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1 Young, GeorgiaA comparison of Grillparzer's "Der Traum, Ein Leben" with Calderon's "La Vida es Sueno"In Calderon's !'Life is a Dream", Segismundo,the son of Basilio,king of Poland,has teen kept in a tower since his "birth, because,through astrology,his father has "been told that his son would become a tyrant* The king has arranged to leave his throne to Astolfo and Estrella,nephew and niece,who are...Literature1908
2 Farnsworth, Florence LottCarlyle and Emerson and their philosophy of lifeAccording to Mr. Chesterton, "The most practical and important thing about a man is still his view of the universe. We think that for a landlady considering a lodger it is important to know his income, but still more important to know his philosophy. We think that for a general about to fight an ene...Philosophy1909-06-02
3 Jefferson, Wazir SuniOur path unwinding: conversations and reflections on diversity through dialogueThis qualitative autoethnography has stemmed conceptually out of the increasing demand for dialogue processes in social justice and diversity education. This inquiry illustrates how an African American male graduate student and instructor reflected on semi-structured critical dialogue processes in a...Diversity; Dialogue; Facilitator; Diversity dialogue facilitator; Dissertation; Capstone project; Intergroup dialogue; African American male graduate student; Black male graduate student; Black male; Autoethnography; Journal reflection; Journal reflections; Reflection; Passion; Awareness; Skills; Kn...2016-05
4 Sadler, Richard WallaceThe life of Orson SpencerThe scope of this thesis is to trace the life and contributions of Orson Spencer, who lived during the first half of the 19th century. Early in his life he was a distinguished Baptist minister in the Mew England states, and he later became a prominent member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-d...Mormons: Orson Spencer; Religion; Utah1965-06
5 Quittner, Clifford JamesPromised valley: a design thesisThis thesis is the presentation of the designs for the stage settings and lighting of the production of Promised Valley, which was produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and performed in the Temple View Outdoor Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah, during the summer of 1969. The thes...Theatre design; Outdoor theatre; Salt Lake City; Utah1970-06
6 Wang, ChunlinStage-gate contracts for new product developmentGiven the trend of globalization, more and more firms are outsourcing their Research and Development (R&D) projects to a second party overseas or domestically. Through outsourcing, firms not only save costs but also build strategic capabilities such as tapping global talents, building partnerships, ...new product development; principal agent model; R&D; screening model; signaling game; stage-gate2015-12
7 Marshall, Richard StephenThe new Mormon historyProfessor Klaus J. Hansen has observed that "Mormonism in 1974 differs fundamentally from the Mormonism of 1890 even though no theoretical change in doctrine may have occurred."1 This fundamental difference is obvious to any person who has studied the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-...Mormonism; Mormon history; Religion; LDS church1977-05
8 Vajdos, Felix Francis.The structural basis for molecular recognition of the capsid protein of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 by human cyclophilin A.The human protein, Cyclophilin A, is a member of a family of enzymes, known as peptidyl-prolyl isomerases, which catalyze cis-trans isomerization of proline peptide bonds. Because proline isomerization is a rate limiting step in the refolding of some proteins, Cyclophilin A has been widely believed ...HIV (Viruses); Host-virus relationships1997-12
9 Ganser, Barbie Kay.Retroviral capsid assembly.During retroviral maturation, the viral CA protein oligomerizes to form a closed capsid that surrounds the viral genome. Interestingly, mature capsid morphologies vary dramatically across the different genera of retroviridae. Specifically, capsids can be conical, spherical, or cylindrical. Despite t...Proteins; Lipids2003-05
10 Warner, Homer R.A computer-based model for providing empiric antibiotic therapy in a hospital.A new model for computer-based medical decision making, called QID for Quick Infectious Disease, is described. It is based on the principles of decision analysis, using probabilities and utilities. In this study, QID was applied to the problem of recognition and empiric treatment of hospital-acquire...Antibiotics; Hospital Acquired Infections1999-12
11 Schiffman, Donald OwenValidity of carbon tetrachloride-induced liver damage and nephrectomy as biological procedures for determining fate and excretion of anticonvulsant drugs.Carbon tetrachloride-induced liver damage and nephrectomy are commonly used to determine the fate and excretion of anticonvulsant drugs. It is generally assumed that such alterations do not otherwise affect the response of the central nervous system to such drugs or to the tests employed to measure ...Pharmacokinetics; Renal Phamacology1958
12 Gyi, Ko Ko.Aspects of the ingestive and cytopeptic action of phagocytes.1. Total body x-irradiation of mice in doses of 300, 400, or 500 r does not affect the phagocytosis by reticuloendothelial cells of spleen of intravenously injected ThO2 when determined 2 day following x-irradiation. Similar studies carried out on the seventh post-irradiation day revealed (1) that ...Mice; Spleen1957-03
13 Anderson, Milton Winfield.A Computerized data base resource for dermatoglyphics research.The study of the ridged skin on the plantar and palmar surfaces of man is termed "dermatoglyphics" and has been the subject of various scientific investigations particularly in medicine and human genetics. Since the dermal configurations are completely determined by the fourth moth of gestation and...Medicine; Data Processing; Dematoglyphics; Genetics1980-03
14 Glazer, Alexander Namiot.The Sulfur distributin of papain and related studies.In the General Introduction to this Thesis, it was pointed out that the work of previous investigators posed two major problems. The first of these is that of the two "missing" sulfur atoms, and the second, that of the chemical nature of the "active site" of papain. The results of the present inve...Biochemistry; Disulfide Interchange1960-12
15 Wang, XiaodongThe Design, development, implementation, and evaluation of a computerized anesthesia charting system.A Computerized Anesthesia Charting System (CACS) was developed and implemented as an addition to the HELP hospital information system at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Instead of using the traditional manually recorded anesthesia record, the anesthesiologists charted using a computer terminal...Medical Informatics Applications; Medical Records Systems, Computerized1990-12
16 Peterson, Lisa K.Expanding the spectrum of autoimmunity induced with myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein.Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) is an autoimmune model of MS, induced by sensitization with myelin proteins of their encephalitogenic peptides. Sensitization with amino acids 92-106 of m...Multiple Sclerosis; Antibodies2007-08
17 Grainger, David William.Hydrophilic-hydrophobic microphase-separated block copolymers: synthesis, characerization and blood compatibility.Two types of amphiphilic block copolymers--one containing repeating blocks of poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) and polystyrene (PS) and another containing poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS), PEO, and heparin (Hep)--were synthesized to examine the effects of hydrophilic-hydrophobic balance on blood compatibilit...Platelet Adhesiveness; Polymers; Technology, Pharmaceutical1987-12
18 Kemp, IleenRelationship of the spleen to the cellular elements of the blood, and subsequent finding of a leukopenic substance in inflammatory tissue.1. The effects of splenectomy on the cellular elements of the circulating blood in the male albino rat have been investigated. Only a quantitative change in the leukocytes was observed. This change was in the form of a marked leukocytosis. The leukocytosis reached a peak 8 to 10 days after splene...Cytological Techniques1950
19 Weaver, Lawrence Clayton.The pharmacology of anticonvulsant drug combinations.This study represents the initiation of a systematic laboratory investigation designed to elucidate the type of interaction of anticonvulsant drugs and to disclose any unusual potentiation or antagonism by obtaining quantitative data on the potency and toxicity of various anticonvulsant drug combina...Pharmacology; Drug Combinations2008-02-01
20 Carter, George W.Engineering factors relating to the production of smokeless fuel, oil and gas from Rocky Mountain coals, by low temperature carbonizationOne-hundred and forty-eight human souls in the small town of Winter Quarters near Omaha, set out on April 7, 1847 to find a new place under the sun where there would be no religious persecution. On July 24th, one-hundred and nine days after the arduous trek was begun, this hardy band of Mormon pione...Smoke prevention; Coal, carbonization1934
21 Dawson, Ted Murray.Localization and characterization of dopamine D-1 receptors in the central nervous system.Dopamine, a central nervous system neurotransmitter, is considered to be intimately involved in a variety of functions including both behavior and movement. This catecholamine mediates its effects via at least two dopamine receptor populations designated dopamine type one (D-1) and dopamine type two...Brain; Rat1986-06
22 Dietz, Thomas Morgan.Specificity of mycobacterial sensitins.The influence of various inoculation routes on the development and specificity of mycobacterial hypersensitivity reactions was investigated. The results indicated that the rate of development of skin test reactions was not determined by the inoculation route. Skin test reactions were seen within t...Epidemiological; Polysaccharides1966-08
23 Brown, Nancy NealeBody temperatures in older adults.The focus of this research was to investigate and define a range of body temperature values of an older adult population. Recent awareness of the increased incidence of hypothermia in the elderly posed the question of whether the body temperatures of older adults are different from the standard val...Aged; Physical Assessments1982-12
24 Sutherland, Kathryn Claire.The Influence of lower extremity hypothermia on the active phase of labor.An experimental study was conducted to examine the incidence of cold feet during labor, and to ascertain if a nursing intervention, applying socks, would be beneficial to parturient patients. Thirty subjects were alternately assigned to the control or experimental group. Demographic and descriptiv...Demographic; Temperatures1979-08
25 McCright, Brenton K.The identification and characterization of B56, a new family of protein phosphatase 2A regulatory subunits.Protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) is a major intracellular serine/threonine phosphatase that has been implicated in the regulation of the cell cycle, DNA replication, cell metabolism, and signal transduction. PP2A exists as a heterotrimeric complex whose regulatory subunits determine the substrate spec...Molecular Biology; Neuroblastoma Cells1997-03
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