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WIGLEWireless Geographic Logging Engine
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The data was collected using 8 smartphone devices running the Wigle app, during 6 months, in Bucharest and other areas of Romania, with a total distance ran by all participants larger than 11000 kilometers.
In consideration of the data available in literature (Wigle and Singleton 2007), it is plausible to presume that the inhibitory activity of curcumin is exerted on the RecA protein.
Sergei Kalsow, MD; Richard Wigle, MD, FACS, FCCM; Lester Wayne Johnson, MD, FACS; Navdeep Samra, MD, FICS
Expressway 83, Brownsville, TX 78521, USA (Gonzalez-Angulo); Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, Purdue University, 406 South University St, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USA (Wigle); and Gladys Porter Zoo, 500 Ringgold St, Brownsville, TX 78520, USA (deMaar).
Design team: Colm Murphy, Executive Principal; Michael Moxam, Design Principal; Jane Wigle, Healthcare Principal; Ronald Mar, Project Architect; 65 Design, Production and Contract Administration Staff, Supporting Design Team (Stantec Architecture Ltd.)
The Canada-wide effects of achieving the Kyoto target using a single market based instrument--a carbon permit trading scheme--is estimated using a national CGE model in Ab Iorwerth et al (2000), Wigle (2001) and Dissou et al (2002).
Wigle Connors, Marilyn Wilczynski, Alec Williams, Penelope Ann
The use of authentic assessments of student performance is seen as a method of developing more valid and effective assessment tools and utilizing those tools to assess outcomes of significance (Manges, Wigle, & Wingett, 1995; Wiggins, 1993; Wiggins & McTighe, 1998; Wigle & Manges, 1993; Wigle & White, 1998; Worthen, Borg, & White, 1993).