Large stone pillars (håligi) capped by stone capitals (tåsa) carved by the ancient Chamorro people to use as building supports. The latte stones have been made of limestone, basalt, or sandstone, and quarries have been found on all of the larger islands of the Marianas.
Taken together, the results presented here demonstrate that systemic immune challenges not only represent a crucial trigger but also a potent driver of AD-like neuropathology in both environmentally (PolyI:C exposure at GD17) and genetically (3xTg-AD) predisposed animals, in agreement with the notion that peripheral infections and inflammation in patients with AD are associated with more rapid cognitive decline and exacerbation of their symptoms .
The University Imaging Centers provide drive space on our Transfer Servers so that users of the facility have a method to transfer files from our equipment to other computers or offline storage devices. The purpose of this or any storage space in the UIC is not for long-term storage or the safekeeping of your data. Please remove your files from any local computer or our servers as soon as possible so that others can use the space. Per policy, files left on the UIC equipment for over 90 days will be deleted as needed. If you need longer-term storage or assistance transferring your files, please contact UIC staff to make arrangements. Thank you.
Windows (PC): From Windows Explorer select \"Tools\" from the menu bar then select \"Map network drive...\" in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, \\\\nas.uic.umn.edu\\user, check \"Connect using different credentials\" and click Finish. Connect to the server using the Username: user and the Password: transfer
Windows (PC): From Windows Explorer select \"Tools\" from the menu bar then select \"Map network drive...\" in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, \\\\petnas-1260F-ccrb.ahc.umn.edu\\petdata, when prompted for a user name and password, you will want to use your UMN login and password. 59ce067264