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  • Healthcare Navigation Service in 2-1-1 San Diego

    Rodgers, Jessica T.   Purnell, Jason Q.  

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  • 835 Diego Rivera: His art and illness

    J. Moreno-Palacios   J. Moreno-Aranda  

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  • 835 Diego Rivera: His art and illness

    J. Moreno-Palacios   J. Moreno-Aranda  

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  • Morphological Expressions of Coastal Cliff Erosion Processes in San Diego County

    Johnstone, Elizabeth   Raymond, Jessica   Olsen, Michael J.   Driscoll, Neal  

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  • Fatal influenza outbreak aboard a sport fishing vessel in San Diego, California

    Adam, Jessica K.   Varan, Aiden K.   Kao, Annie S.   McDonald, Eric C.   Waterman, Stephen H.  

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  • Undocumented Families in Times of Deportation at the San Diego–Tijuana Border

    Ruiz Marrujo   Olivia T.  

    Immigration policy in recent years has led to the deportation of thousands of undocumented parents of US citizen children. In the first six months of FY 2011, almost 47,000 undocumented parents were deported from the country. This article examines how US policy came to allow, if not prescribe, the separation of undocumented parents from their sons and daughters. Drawing on evidence from the San Diego–Tijuana border, it reviews critical moments in the history of deportation and reflects on how that history laid the groundwork for the complex and dysfunctional connections between the immigration and child welfare systems that have led to forced family separation.
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  • Proteomics Propels Protein Degradation Studies in San Diego

    Bennett, E. J.   Mayor, T.  

    Exquisite in vitro biochemical examinations of protein ubiquitylation and degradation have historically been the dominant methods for unraveling the mechanisms of protein destruction. The study of protein abundance alterations and protein modifications, a cornerstone of protein degradation pathways, naturally lends itself to global and systematic proteomic methods to decipher the emerging complexity of protein degradation pathways. Advances in proteomic technologies have fueled an explosion of systematic and quantitative studies aimed at understanding how the proteome is shaped and regulated by ubiquitin-dependent processes. These types of studies, as well as targeted analyses of cellular pathways, have revealed that alterations in protein degradation function can have a severe impact on human health and disease. The fusion of these two themes was the focus of the January 2012 conference on proteomics of protein degradation and ubiquitin pathways (PPDUP) held in San Diego. To gain insights into both the current state-of-the-art proteomic methods to investigate protein turnover, and how protein degradation function is altered within a range of human disorders a variety of speakers revealed the many connections between altered protein degradation function and human disease. Many of the sessions were framed by a consistent focus aimed at the discovery and development of novel therapeutics targeting protein degradation pathway components to treat various human maladies ranging from cancer to heart disease. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 11: 10.1074/mcp.O112.020008, 15231528, 2012.
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  • San Diego Highlights [EMBC 2012: San Diego]

    Alvarez, A.   Chaudhari, A.   Schoenhoff, E.  

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  • CS principles pilot at University of California, San Diego

    Simon, Beth   Cutts, Quintin  

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  • Safety Zone: San Diego Symphony POPS Fireworks; San Diego, CA

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  • STAT-HAWKERS at the Joint Statistical Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA

    Singh, Sarjinder   Lipovetsky, Stan  

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  • Collaboration and Celebration at EMBC 2012 [EMBC 2012: San Diego]

    Rutherford   Jesse  

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  • Mexican Women Seeking Safe Abortion Services in San Diego, California

    Grossman, Daniel   Garcia, Sandra G.   Kingston, Jessica   Schweikert, Suzanne  

    Except for in Mexico City, abortion is legally restricted throughout Mexico, and unsafe abortion is prevalent. We surveyed 1,516 women seeking abortions in San Diego, California. Of these, 87 women (5.7%) self-identified as Mexican residents. We performed in-depth interviews with 17 of these women about their experiences seeking abortions in California. The Mexican women interviewed were generally well-educated and lived near the U.S.-Mexican border; most sought care in the United States due to mistrust of services in Mexico, and the desire to access mifepristone, a drug registered in the United States for early medical abortion. Several reported difficulties obtaining health care in Mexico or reentering the United States when they had postabortion complications. Several areas for improvement were identified, including outreach to clinics in Mexico.
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  • ‘Hand of God’, Shirt of the Man: The Materiality of Diego Maradona

    Hughson, John   Moore, Kevin  

    Among the ‘first eleven’ items of interest in the National Football Museum, Manchester, UK is the football shirt worn by Diego Maradona (b. 1960) in the 1986 FIFA World Cup quarter-final match between Argentina and England. This paper reflects upon the cultural significance of the shirt as a museum object. A discussion of the shirt’s history, from its wearing at the 1986 match to its imminent reappearance in the National Football Museum’s new location, leads to the conclusion that, above all, although it may be subject to differing symbolic interpretations, the shirt exists as a material object, the observation of which affords football aesthetes an appreciative reminder of Maradona’s extraordinary artistry with a ball at his feet.
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  • Rapid increase in copper concentrations in a new marina, San Diego Bay

    Trent W. Biggs   Heather D’Anna  

    Concentrations of copper in water rose rapidly following the introduction of boats to a new marina in San Diego Bay. Two months after the marina reached half its capacity, a majority of water samples exceeded chronic and acute criteria for dissolved copper, and copper concentrations in several samples exceeded the highest concentrations observed in another marina that has been listed as an impaired water body. A box model suggested that a small fraction of the leached copper was sequestered in sediment. Copper concentrations in water entering the marina from the bay was more than half the chronic concentration limit, so only 50% of marina boat capacity could be accommodated without exceeding the chronic criterion more than 50% of the time. Copper concentrations in water may increase rapidly following boat introduction in small marinas, but could return to pre-introduction levels by controlling boat numbers or reducing use of copper-based paints.
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  • Rapid increase in copper concentrations in a new marina, San Diego Bay

    Trent W. Biggs   Heather D’Anna  

    Concentrations of copper in water rose rapidly following the introduction of boats to a new marina in San Diego Bay. Two months after the marina reached half its capacity, a majority of water samples exceeded chronic and acute criteria for dissolved copper, and copper concentrations in several samples exceeded the highest concentrations observed in another marina that has been listed as an impaired water body. A box model suggested that a small fraction of the leached copper was sequestered in sediment. Copper concentrations in water entering the marina from the bay was more than half the chronic concentration limit, so only 50% of marina boat capacity could be accommodated without exceeding the chronic criterion more than 50% of the time. Copper concentrations in water may increase rapidly following boat introduction in small marinas, but could return to pre-introduction levels by controlling boat numbers or reducing use of copper-based paints.
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