Friday, April 13, 2012

Medarticles Request for article

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Dear members,

     I am in need of following research article, can anyone forward me the full text ?

TitleAberrant protein interactions in amyloid disease
Volume 10, Issue 10   May 15, 2011, Pages 1512 - 1513
authors: R. Martin Vabulas and F. Ulrich Hartl

thank you in advance

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15176 In Syria, Troops Executing Civilians

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Subject: In Syria, Troops Executing Civilians
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Date: Friday, 13 April, 2012, 22:22

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In Syria, Troops Executing Civilians

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The soldiers "first broke into our neighbor's house," said Louai. They dragged out four neighbors. "They slaughtered [the men] with a knife on their necks in front of their family. [Then] they broke into our house. We had no weapons and I raised my hands as if I wanted to surrender. They shot my brother in his stomach. They shot me in my shoulder." Louai lived and escaped to Lebanon. His brother died.

Human Rights Watch has documented that Syrian government forces and pro-government militias executed at least 100 people in cold blood, including women and children, in recent months. Victims included local residents who took no part in the fighting and captured or wounded opposition fighters who posed no threat.

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By adopting a law that fully reflects the principles of international human rights law, Chile has an opportunity of creating landmark legislation, of significance not just for Chile, but for the region as a whole.
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ASIA Malaysia: Security Bill Threatens Basic Liberties

The Malaysian government is putting to rest the long-derided Internal Security Act of 1960, but it is also setting the stage for future abuses. While the new law has improvements, the authorities still hold too much power to detain people on broad grounds, for too long, and without judicial oversight.
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The biggest problem with Alabama's immigrant law is its explicit intent to make life nearly unlivable for unauthorized immigrants in the state. The resulting rights abuses cannot be fended off with a few legislative tweaks.
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In Cold Blood: Summary Executions by Syrian Security Forces and Pro-Government Militias. Download Now
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