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M Luisetto, Edbey Khaled, Gr Mashori, Ar Yesvi, Oy Latyschev
Archives of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Volume 5, pp 049-056; https://doi.org/10.29328/journal.abb.1001028

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Related the physio-pathological process of COVID-19 disease it is interesting to focus to the aspect. Played by interaction of Sars-Cov-2 protein with integrins of human epithelial pulmonary cell. A bio molecular approach help in to deeply verify the involved factors and the results of this Activation RGD mediated. Of Great interest also the relationship with some vaccine strategy followed by the various pharmaceutical industry. The results of this work will be useful to think modification in some vaccine increasing the global safety and related some rare ADR.
Peter Terwiesch
Published: 1 February 2004
at – Automatisierungstechnik, Volume 52, pp 63-65; https://doi.org/10.1524/auto.52.2.63.25914

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Article Was die deutsche ABB von jungen Ingenieuren erwartet – und nach welchen Kriterien das Unternehmen sie auswählt was published on February 1, 2004 in the journal at - Automatisierungstechnik (volume 52, issue 2).
Garry De N. Hough
The New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 136, pp 217-217; https://doi.org/10.1056/nejm189703041360916

H. Volkmann
Published: 1 November 1966
Journal: Applied optics
Applied optics, Volume 5, pp 1720-1731; https://doi.org/10.1364/ao.5.001720

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Optics InfoBase is the Optical Society's online library for flagship journals, partnered and copublished journals, and recent proceedings from OSA conferences.
Published: 5 September 2012
Journal: Microscopy Today
Microscopy Today, Volume 20, pp 81-81; https://doi.org/10.1017/s155192951200065x

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I have been having difficulty getting some of my recent papers accepted in top-tier journals. The editors say that my research is solid but that it is just not very exciting. One even said my work was not “sexy.” Do you have any advice as to how I can jazz up my manuscripts?
Johannes Klare
Published: 1 December 1986
STUF - Language Typology and Universals, Volume 39, pp 669-676; https://doi.org/10.1524/stuf.1986.39.14.669

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Article Der Abbé Gabriel Girard als Grammatiker des 18. Jahrhunderts in Frankreich was published on December 1, 1986 in the journal STUF - Language Typology and Universals (volume 39, issue 1-6).
Helen Abbott
Published: 1 January 2007
Modern Language Review, Volume 102, pp 510-510; https://doi.org/10.1353/mlr.2007.0067

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51O Reviews 'Cettebelle besogne': etude sur lejournal de voyage deMontaigne. By CONCETTA CAVAL LINI. (Biblioteca della Ricerca, Cultura Straniera, I39) Fasano: Schena; Paris: Presses de l'Universite de Paris-Sorbonne. 2005. 382 pp. E30. ISBN 978-88 8229-56I-5. IfMontaigne scholars throughout the centuries have largely ignored theJournal de voyage it isdue, firstof all, to the text'sproblematic origins (amanuscript was found at theChajteau deMontaigne in the late eighteenth century, and then subsequently lost), secondly to the fact that some of the text seems tohave been written by an amanuen sis rather than byMontaigne himself (and some of it is in Italian), and lastly to the unfavourable banality of both subject-matter and language in comparison with the Essais themselves. Cavallini sets out tooffera comprehensive study of the text's status from itsdiscovery to thepresent day.The study isdivided into threedistinct sections: the firstaddresses the history of the text and its reception throughout the centuries, the second explores the different editions and textual variations, the third offers an extensive critical bibliography, including early editions, translations, and studies on theJournal with a short description of each entry.Cavallini's work is systematic, clear and concise while seeking also to be as exhaustive as possible. The Journal was originally unearthed from theMontaigne family archives in late I770 or early I77 I (according toCavallini, who contests received opinion that it was found in I772) by l'abbe Joseph Prunis, who transcribed a copy. Cavallini carefully goes through the ensuing gaps in themanuscript's journey. As soon as news reached Paris about the discovery, therewas already confusion surrounding the status of the manuscript and itscontent, due inpart to overenthusiastic hype. This, in turn, con tributed to theJournal's negative reception upon publication of the firstedition by Querlon (who was responsible formanuscripts at theBibliotheque du Roi) in I774, since itdid not conform topublic expectation. The intrigue surrounding themanu script's disappearance contributes to complexities concerning textual authenticity. Querlon, Cavallini concludes, seems to have been the last person to have seen the manuscript and ismost likely to have been responsible for its disappearance. That Cavallini dedicates most ofher section on thehistorical reception of theYournal to the eighteenth century isunsurprising since this is theperiod inwhich most activity took place, but the paucity of space afforded to nineteenth-, twentieth-, or even twenty first-centuryattitudes towards theyournal isdisappointing. The reader is required to turn to the short notes describing each studywhich Cavallini provides in the biblio graphy section. In the second section on philological and textual problems, Cavallini has opted to select certain examples from the differenteditions. Her purpose is to ar rive at the 'meilleur texte' (p. I I9), which, in turn, she hopes might offera glimpse of theoriginal, lostmanuscript. She concedes, however, thather task isnot toproduce a complete critical edition. The overriding sense is thatCavallini seeks toplead a case for theyournal inorder togrant it,ifnot equal status to theEssais, then at least a less lowly one than itcurrently enjoys. In taking as comprehensive an approach as possible she offers a fresh starting-point fromwhich to approach theYournal, no longer hindered by complexities surrounding its authenticity and pedigree, since she has brought together inone place all thedifferentquestions and arguments concerning itsprove nance.While theEssais will continue tobe themain focus for Montaigne scholarship, this studywill enable scholars to draw from theJournal without firstof all having to justify the text's status. Cavallini's book is successful inwhat it seeks to achieve: it will become an indispensable reference tool foranyone who wishes touse theJournal. KING'S COLLEGE LONDON HELEN ABBOTT ...
Francine Wild
Published: 1 March 2017
Journal: Viatica
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The article explores the Journal du voyage de Siam published in 1687 and written by Abbé de Choisy. Born out of a diplomatic and religious mission, this sea voyage to Siam began in 1685 and was an opportunity for de Choisy to mainly acquire new maritime and astronomical knowledge, but also to learn the Portuguese language. Adopting an epistolary framework and eager for information and details on everything he saw, de Choisy exposed his knowledge as a traveller obtained through experience and exchange with others. Showing an active and curious mind, the abbot’s eyes were opened to the civilisation of the Far East.
Uta Hejral, Mikhail Shipilin, Johan Gustafson, Andreas Stierle, Edvin Lundgren
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Published: 1 July 2012
Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions pp 237-247; https://doi.org/10.4000/assr.23903

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L'abbé Faure, aumônier de la prison de la Roquette, rapporte au journal catholique La Croix que dans un ultime effort, le triple assassin Pranzini, le « tueur de courtisanes », « le chéri magnifique », embrasse le crucifix avant de placer sa tête sur l'échafaud le 31 août 1887. La lecture de cet article arrache à Thérèse de Lisieux un cri du cœur, elle avait tant prié pour la conversion du criminel : « Malgré la défense que Papa nous avait faite de lire aucun journal, je ne croyais pas désobé...
Sir Richard Burn
Published: 15 May 2017
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Translated from the manuscript journal of his travels in the India Office by Lady Fawcett, and edited by Sir Charles Fawcett with the assistance of Sir Richard Burn. The main pagination of this and the two following volumes (Second Series 96 and 97) is continuous, but each has its own Introduction. This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1947.
Richard Dank
Journal of Automation and Control Engineering, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.12720/joace.1.1.25-30

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Journal of Automation and Control Engineering (JOACE)
Gisbert Beyerhaus
Published: 1 December 1926
Historische Zeitschrift, Volume 134, pp 465-493; https://doi.org/10.1524/hzhz.1926.134.jg.465

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Article ABBÉ DE ΡAUW UND FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE, EINE ABRECHNUNG MIT VOLTAIRE1 was published on December 1, 1926 in the journal Historische Zeitschrift (volume 134, issue 1).
Jean-Pierre Vittu
Published: 1 January 2011
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Partant du constat qu’un mémoire intitulé Pour perfectionner l’établissement de la Bibliothèque du roi qui est conservé à la Bibliothèque nationale de France est attribué par erreur à l’abbé Jean-Paul Bignon, nous analysons les éléments matériels, stylistiques, de contenu, qui permettent d’y reconnaître la pensée de l’abbé de Saint-Pierre et une plume qui fut à son service. L’auteur ainsi reconnu, nous nous attachons à confronter les projets exposés dans ce mémoire avec ceux que Saint-Pierre développa dans plusieurs autres textes qui abordèrent les mêmes sujets : le fonctionnement d’un journal savant en France et ses relations avec les académies ou la Bibliothèque royale. Enfin, nous considérons ces divers projets comme un témoignage des réflexions de Saint-Pierre, voire de ses amis, sur le développement de la presse littéraire et scientifique en Europe au début du XVIIIe siècle, et sur le rôle qu’il attribue à de telles publications.
Published: 1 January 1864
Journal: The Geologist
The Geologist, Volume 7, pp 11-24; https://doi.org/10.1017/s1359465600000599

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Rozier says, in his ‘Journal de Physique,’ 1782, page 174, that “mention is made in the Catalogue of Davila of a tibia and of a beak imprinted on two different stones.” If there be any other notice in Davila than the passages we have quoted, it has escaped our search.In 1782, M. Robert de Paul de Lamanon gave, in the Abbé Rozier's ‘Journal de Physique’ (vol. xx. p. 174), an excellent summary of what was then known of Ornithic fossils. After noticing the accounts in Albertus Magnus and other old authors, he goes onto say in his ‘Description de Divers Fossiles trouvés dans les carrières de Montmartre, près Paris, et vues générales sur la formation des Pierres gypseuses,' “M. Rouelle, according to M. Darcet, found in the plaster quarries of Montmartre parts of a bird separated one from the other. I(Lamanon) have seen also in the Cabinet of Natural History of Bordeaux, some bones that it has been attempted to refer to birds; they were found by the Abbé Desbiey in the quarries of Léognan, which are at two leagues from this capital. We can only assert, however, that these isolated bones may have belonged to birds, on the ground that their medullary cavity is very large relatively to their thickness.
William L. Gamble, Robert N. Bruce
Published: 1 March 1990
Journal: PCI Journal
PCI Journal, Volume 35, pp 56-73; https://doi.org/10.15554/pcij.03011990.56.73

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PCI Journal Paper Title: Tests of 24 in. Square Prestressed Piles Spliced With ABB Splice Units
Published: 21 April 2022
Journal: Atlantic Studies
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The Journal du Port-au-Prince was first published in Saint-Domingue on 1 September 1791, days after an insurrection of the gens de couleur libres (free people of color) was launched in the colony’s West Province. This hitherto unexamined newspaper was edited by Félix Pascalis Ouvière, a recently arrived native of Aix-en-Provence who, by the time it ceased publication on 20 November, had earned a reputation as among the most prominent white advocates for free colored rights. After supplying some biographical context for Ouvière’s Journal, this article provides a detailed account of how his (constitutional royalist) “politics of moderation” shaped the paper’s changing attitudes toward the gens de couleur, and then proceeds to highlight the distinctive role that literary forms of expression play in the Journal, concluding with methodological reflections on the double reading, historical and literary-critical, that Ouvière’s innovative contribution to the colonial public sphere solicits.
Gary Ferguson
Published: 15 May 2021
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This chapter focuses on French essayist Michel de Montaigne, who is considered a logical point of departure since his account of same-sex relationships is by far the most well known today. It recounts the contended process of Montaigne's Journal de voyage as the abbé Prunis found much of its content distasteful. It also cites a passage in Journal de voyage concerning same-sex marriages in Rome that embarrassed Canon Guillaume-Vivien Leydet, just as parts of the manuscript had embarrassed the abbé Prunis. The chapter discusses Montaigne's anecdote that was intended to surprise and amuse the worldly, cultivated visitor in search of diverse customs and unusual happenings. It highlights the influence of Montaigne's Essais on his early free-thinking readers in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
H. Wendell Howard
Published: 1 January 2006
Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Volume 9, pp 118-131; https://doi.org/10.1353/log.2006.0035

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Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 9.4 (2006) 118-131
Achille Liénart
Published: 1 January 2008
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La vie et l’œuvre du cardinal Liénart donnent un relief particulier à la lecture d’une expérience vécue par de nombreux prêtres dont le courage et l’abnégation sont restés dans les mémoires. Dans son journal de guerre, il a noté les grands et les petits faits et gestes de la vie de chaque jour : banalité du quotidien, fraternité des tranchées, horreur des champs de bataille, avec en filigrane le souci constant de l’aumônier d’organiser la vie religieuse des soldats : messes et saluts, fête...
Bouhadiba Hadjer, , Menadi Norreddine, Mai Hichem, Ferrag Dalila, Zine Charaf Khalloua, Bekhadda Hadjer
Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.5958/0976-5506.2019.03078.x

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IndianJournals.com - Gateway to access, disperse and preserve knowledge!
Published: 19 November 2019
Journal: OP-Journal
OP-Journal, Volume 35, pp 356-356; https://doi.org/10.1055/a-0946-5393

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Das OP-Journal ist im OP so begehrt, dass es am ersten Tag verschwunden ist. Vor allem wegen der letzten Seite! Sie können das OP-Journal mit einem großen Loch zum Anketten bestellen ([Abb. 1]). Oder Sie schrauben es mit der letzten Seite mit kurzen Kortikalisschrauben auf Ihrer Schreibtischplatte fest ([Abb. 2] und [3]). Unverantwortlich zeichnet D. Höntzsch
Auguste Chevalier
Journal d'agriculture tropicale et de botanique appliquée, Volume 2, pp 685-686; https://doi.org/10.3406/jatba.1955.2273

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Chevalier Auguste. Le centenaire de la naissance de l'abbé A. Letacq, naturaliste et aumônier des Petites-Sœurs des Pauvres. In: Journal d'agriculture tropicale et de botanique appliquée, vol. 2, n°12, décembre 1955. pp. 685-686
Mary R. L'abbe
Published: 1 August 1992
The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 122, pp 1749-1749; https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/122.8.1749

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Mary R. L'Abbé; Reply to Letter of M. Meydani and S. N. Meydani, The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 122, Issue 8, 1 August 1992, Pages 1749, https://doi.org/10.1
, Gopalakrishna Annavarapu
Published: 1 January 2011
Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery, Volume 44, pp 533-533; https://doi.org/10.4103/0970-0358.90862

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Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery is an open access publication of Association of Plastic surgeons of India
Published: 1 January 2005
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Jeudi 5 octobre Ce soir, la trêve est prolongée de 6 heures à 10 heures à la demande des Allemands pour obliger les hommes mobilisables à sortir de la forteresse1. L’amiral Frisius craint qu’il y ait parmi eux des « terroristes » contre lesquels il devrait sévir. Toutes les maisons sont fouillées par la gendarmerie allemande afin qu’il n’en reste aucun. Quelques-uns échappent à ce contrôle et restent. Plus d’un millier de cartouches sont trouvées à la mairie de La Branche2. Dans toute l’agglomér...
George F. G. Stanley
Published: 1 January 1964
Revue d'histoire de l'Amerique francaise, Volume 17, pp 537-564; https://doi.org/10.7202/302314ar

Laura Mascoli
Published: 1 January 1989
Dix-huitieme siecle, Volume 21, pp 423-438; https://doi.org/10.3406/dhs.1989.1718

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Laura Mascoli : The abbé de Saint-Non's travel Journal in Italy (1759-1761). This article is in three parts. It starts from a critical analysis of a volume entitled Panopticon Italiano which claims to publish a «rediscovered travel journal », which the art historian P. Rosenberg presents with illustrations from drawings, «copies of masters » and Fragonard. Next Saint-Non's Journal (travels and residence in Rome and Naples, between 1759 and 1761) is examined for itself. In addition to showing its interest as a document describing, amongst other things, the abbé's relations with the French Academy and Fragonard, we analyze the author's progress between this work and his Voyage pittoresque.Mascoli Laura. Le Journal du voyage en Italie de l'abbé de Saint-Non (1759-1761). In: Dix-huitième Siècle, n°21, 1989. Montesquieu et la Révolution. pp. 423-438
Richard J. Parish
Published: 1 January 1977
Revue francaise d'histoire d'outre-mer, Volume 64, pp 293-307; https://doi.org/10.3406/outre.1977.2032

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The embassy of 1685, of which the Journal du voyage de Siam, among other works of the abbé de Choisy (1644-1724) provides a valuable account, was the most important delegation sent to Siam by France in the 17th century. The venture had, ostensibly, a missionary purpose, seeking to convert to Christianity the King of Siam (who, it was wrongly believed, was prepared to take this step), and his people with him. The chevalier de Chaumont, who undertook this aspect of the negotiations, only succeeded in gaining some symbolic concessions for Siamese Christians, although he engaged France in considerable military manœuvres to the advantage of Siam. Behind this façade, however, the Jesuit Tachard, instructed by the P. de La Chaise, the king's confessor, as to what he should do, initiated secret discussions with the powerful Siamese minister, Constance Phaulkon. It was he who was the " véritable ambassadeur ", and we read the account of his commercial and political negotiations in the posthumous Mémoires of Choisy, when the author can now tell all, " sans déguisement ".L'ambassade de 1685, dont le Journal du voyage de Siam, parmi d'autres ouvrages de l'abbé de Choisy (1644-1724) nous fournit un témoignage précieux fut la plus importante des délégations envoyées par la France au Siam au XVIIe siècle. L'entreprise eut ostensiblement un but missionnaire, cherchant à convertir au christianisme le, roi de Siam (qui, crut-on à tort, y était prêt), et avec lui, son peuple. Le chevalier de Chaumont, qui se chargea de cet aspect des négociations, ne réussit cependant qu'à gagner quelques concessions symboliques pour les chrétiens siamois, bien qu'il impliquât la France dans des manœuvres militaires considérables à l'avantage du Siam. Derrière cette façade, pourtant, le jésuite Tachard, instruit quant à ses devoirs par le P. de La Chaise, confesseur du roi, eut des discussions secrètes avec le puissant ministre du Siam, Constance Phaulkon. Ce fut lui « le véritable ambassadeur », et on peut lire le récit de ses négociations commerciales et politiques principalement dans les Mémoires posthumes de Choisy où l'auteur peut tout dire, « sans déguisement ».Parish Richard J. A Contemporary' s accounts of the French embassy to Siam in 1685 : the Journal and Mémoires of the abbé de Choisy (1644-1724). In: Revue française d'histoire d'outre-mer, tome 64, n°236, 3e trimestre 1977. pp. 293-307
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 60, pp 551-552; https://doi.org/10.1098/rstl.1770.0053

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The 7th of December instant, the Journals and Manuscripts of the late Abbé Chappe were deposited at the Royal Observatory, with M. Cassini de Thury, by the Sieur Pauli, one of the King's Engineers, and Geographers, who had accompanied the Abbé in his voyage to California.
Stefan S. Florjancic, Noel Lively, Richard Thomas
Published: 1 January 1999
International Journal of Rotating Machinery, Volume 5, pp 219-230; https://doi.org/10.1155/s1023621x99000196

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The resolve of journal bearing field problems and the full vibrational assessment of an industrial gas turbine, simple cycle rotor train, ABB’s GTllN2 is presented. Three units experienced several times damage of the journal bearings on the compressor end. The analysis of the damage, including tests, indicated that insufficient jacking oil flow was the cause. The jacking concept was corrected and starting history has proven reliable operation, resulting in not one additional failure.
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Dirk Van Der Cruysse
Aséanie, Sciences humaines en Asie du Sud-Est, Volume 1, pp 107-122; https://doi.org/10.3406/asean.1998.1572

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François-Timoléon de Choisy (1644-1724), known as the abbé de Choisy, was one of the envoys of Louis XIV to the court of Somdet Phra Narai in 1685. This first French embassy ever sent to Siam has been recorded in several travel reports, among which Choisy's Journal du voyage de Siam, translated in the early 1990s into Japanese and English, distinguishes itself by its freshness, its intellectual curiosity and its open-mindedness. Before setting sail, Choisy had promised to his best friend, the abbé Louis de Dangeau who happened to be a very curious man, to write down for him everything he could find about the history of the kingdom of Siam and its neighbours, and he was as good as his word. Besides his Journal du voyage de Siam, Choisy wrote several memoirs connected with Siam before, during and after his journey. The abbé took advantage during the return voyage of the presence on board of his vessel of three Siamese envoys to France, and of several missionaries with a long experience in Southeast Asia, to give free rein to his curiosity. All this enabled him to describe in broad outline the exotic kingdom of Siam in the daily entries of his Journal and in the memoirs mentionned above.Van der Cruysse Dirk. L'abbé de Choisy, historien du Siam et de l'Asie du Sud-Est. In: Aséanie 1, 1998. pp. 107-122
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Lars Wahlström, Hans Michélsen, Abbe Schulman, Magnus Backheden, Riitta Keskinen-Rosenqvist, Co-Action Publishing
European Journal of Psychotraumatology, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v5.23877

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Regarding the paper ‘Longitudinal course of physical and psychological symptoms after a natural disaster’ by Lars Wahlström, Hans Michélsen, Abbe Schulman, Hans Backheden, Riitta Keskinen-Rosenqvist Published in European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2013. Citation: European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2013, 4: 21892 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v4i0.21892 The first name of one of the authors is wrong, namely Backheden, whose correct name is Magnus Backheden. The correct list of authors are displayed below as well as the full Lars Wahlström, Hans Michélsen, Abbe Schulman, Magnus Backheden, Riitta Keskinen-Rosenqvist (Published: 20 February 2014) Citation: European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2014, 5: 23877 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v5.23877
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