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    • Topoisomerase II in the Inactive X Chromosome as Determined by Immunofluorescence 

      Lehmann, Ronald (1990-04-01)
      Topoisomerases are enzymes that convert DNA from one topological state to another. A particular type of topoisomerase, type II, appears also to be a member of the chromosome scaffold, bound to the base of radial DNA loops. ...
    • Topological Data Analysis: Giving Data Shape 

      Allen, Dylan (2017-05-13)
      Topological Data Analysis (TDA) combines topology and data analytics which offers a new perspective when analyzing data. More so, TDA is capable of providing shape to data that otherwise may be difficult to visualize. In ...
    • Topological Spaces and Jordan's Theorem 

      Bollinger, David (1964-04-01)
      What is topology? What is it based upon and what can I relate it to that I already know? These and many other questions were asked by those who attended the lecture given by J. Eldon Whitesitt, a guest lecturer from Montana ...
    • Total Synthesis of 3-Oxyangeloyl Tremetone 

      Dobrecevich, Austin (2021)
      Retrosynthetic analysis is a commonly employed methodology in the development of new pharmaceuticals.1 Historically, plants have been used for their medicinal benefits.2 The process of extracting the medicinally active ...
    • Toward a More Complete Humanism: The Case for Imbuing International Political Service with Humilitas 

      Graham, Anjalie (2005-04-01)
      My thesis, coming out of a theological perspective, explores a way for those involved in international service to become more effective in helping solve crises in the world. I first examine the current crisis in Darfur, ...
    • Toward Solving the Structure of Cholesterol Oxidase H447E/E361Q Double Mutant 

      Krause, Larryn (2004-04-01)
      Cholesterol oxidase, a bifunctional flavoenzyme facilitates the oxidation and isomerization of cholesterol. Wild type cholesterol oxidase has been crystallized, and its structure has been resolved to 0.95 A. Wild type ...
    • Towards a Renewed Mysticism: Epistemic Standards in Theory and Practice 

      Cooney, John (2019-04-25)
      This paper seeks to contribute to an important debate in philosophy of religion that asks whether a subject is epistemically justified in forming beliefs about God based on a mystical experience. In this paper, I survey ...
    • Transaminase Activity In Humans 

      Sechser, Carole (1961-04-01)
      Enzyme Chemistry, for many years an important tool in food chemistry and Industrial and pharmaceutical industries, gains more and more importance for the clinical laboratory. One of the newer enzyme tests which can be a ...
    • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder with Comorbid Anxiety 

      Fuller, Michael (2020-04-24)
      Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) often includes symptoms of anxiety, leading to comorbidity of MDD and an anxiety disorder, such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), or Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD). Transcranial Magnetic ...
    • Transition to IFRS: Inception to Implementation in the United States 

      Biers, Lynette (2011-04-01)
      In an effort to simplify the ability of United States based businesses to operate in the international world of business by providing comparable, transparent financial statements for both foreign and domestic investors ...
    • Traveling Wave Excitation of Soft X-Ray Lasers 

      Francischetti, Steffan (2008-04-01)
      This paper details the design and alignment of a specialized mirror that is to be used in the focusing system of a high-powered Ytterbium-Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Yb-YAG) laser system. The laser system will be used in ...
    • Treatment During the Golden Hour and Its Effect on Patient Mortality 

      Vesely, Cuyler (2022)
      Every year, millions of people are affected by traumatic injuries. The golden hour has been a point of education for emergency medical crews as well as emergency departments across the world in order to implement safe, ...
    • Treatments for Post-Concussion Syndrome: A Systematic Review 

      Conway, Sarah (2022)
      Objective: To review current literature regarding interventions for post-concussive symptoms after experiencing mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Methods: Literature gathered through CINAHL and PubMed was assessed for ...
    • Trends And Projections In United States Agriculture With An Alternative Approach For The Financing Of Small Family Farms 

      Walsdorf, Kurt (1982-04-01)
      The specific purpose of this thesis is to propose revisions to the purpose and mission of the Farmers Home Administration as it exists today. The need for such modification is suggested by a review of the past history of ...
    • Trigonometric Fourier Series 

      Morgan, Thomas (1965-04-01)
      A function f(x) is called periodic if there exists a constant T > o for which f(x+T)=f(x) for any x. The constant T is called the period of the function f(x). The most familiar periodic functions are sin x, cos x, tan x, ...
    • Tristram And Iseult Cycle Of The Arthurian Legend In English Literature 

      Jensen, Leonard (1934-04-01)
      A discussion of the Tristram and Iseult cycle in English literature would he incomplete without a short hut comprehensive history of the evolution of the Arthurian legend as a whole. Little is known of the beginnings of ...
    • Trouble remembering? Take a walk! 

      Souza, Jacob; Sturgess, Rhiannon; Brandon, Connor (2018-04-20)
      Previous research suggests that physical activity has an effect on neuroplasticity, cognitive functioning, and memory recall on both humans and animals (Hotting & Roder, 2013; SchmidtKassow et al., 2014). Furthermore, ...
    • Tumor Production in Mice by Sodium Saccharin 

      Boespflug, Randy; King, John (1976-04-01)
      Four groups of about 25 mice were fed 0%, 0.02%, 0.2% or 2% sodium saccharin (w/v) in their drinking water for up to 100 days. Two groups of 10 mice were injected with 0.2 ml or 4% or 8% sodium saccharin (w/v) interperitoneally. ...
    • Turing Patterns and Butterfly Wings 

      Vavruska, Tarryn (2015-04-01)
      Butterfly wings consist of many patterns and every species has its own combination of patterns to make their wings unique. However, every possible pattern is derived from a common blueprint called a nymphalid groundplan. ...
    • Turkey Vultures: An Observational Study on the Social and Roosting Behavior in Makoshika State Park, Montana 

      Havner, Amie (2001-04-01)
      I observed the behavior of Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aura) roosting in Makoshika State Park in Glendive, Montana for a total of 37 days. I saw as many as 24 birds, and as few as 2 in a day. These birds maintained a distinct ...