WEFOUNDAtlas Poetica 15: Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka (Volume 15)


Explore our free-to-access collection of some of the key papers from Brain in 2017, featuring a selection of some of the most cited, most downloaded and highest Altmetric scoring articles published in the past year.

Marelli et al . validate plasma 25- and 27-hydroxycholesterol as diagnostic biomarkers of SPG5 and, in a phase II trial, show that atorvastatin lowers plasma 27-hydroxycholesterol levels.

De Simoni et al . report that executive dysfunction following TBI is associated with altered corticostriatal interactions important for behavioural control. The findings provide a target for evaluating treatments aimed at improving executive function after TBI.

ATLAS POETICA A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka Number 3 Spring 2009 M. Kei, Editor ISSN 1939-6465 Print ISSN 1945-8908 Digital

Explore our free-to-access collection of some of the key papers from Brain in 2017, featuring a selection of some of the most cited, most downloaded and highest Altmetric scoring articles published in the past year.

Marelli et al . validate plasma 25- and 27-hydroxycholesterol as diagnostic biomarkers of SPG5 and, in a phase II trial, show that atorvastatin lowers plasma 27-hydroxycholesterol levels.

De Simoni et al . report that executive dysfunction following TBI is associated with altered corticostriatal interactions important for behavioural control. The findings provide a target for evaluating treatments aimed at improving executive function after TBI.

ATLAS POETICA A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka Number 3 Spring 2009 M. Kei, Editor ISSN 1939-6465 Print ISSN 1945-8908 Digital

Chicago, IL, May 15, 2010--The American Theological Library Association (ATLA) is pleased to announce the addition of five new titles to the ATLASerials ( ATLAS ) online collection of major religion and theology journals:

Gregg Taylor, Database Manager for Acquisitions Control, said, “This rich addition of material highlights the incredible diversity of content as well as the historical depth of the collection.  We are adding current titles that not only bolster the collection’s strengths, but also expand into new arenas such as the Unification Church and religious performance.  Furthermore, ATLA is thrilled to include the first offerings of a new development in ATLAS , which are titles that have ceased publication but remain of great value to our customers.”

ATLAS is an online collection of more than one hundred forty major religion and theology journals selected by leading religion scholars and theologians. Users can read articles or research the history of a topic from as early as 1924 to the present. ATLAS is supported by a major grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. To request a trial or to learn more, visit http://www.atla.com/

Atlas Poetica is a literary journal published several times a year in an 8.5″ x 11″ perfect bound print version, e-book version, and online on the World Wide Web. It is dedicated to publishing and promoting fine tanka poetry of place (including waka, kyoka, gogyoshi, and tanka written in variant forms).

READING SCHEDULE
You may submit at any time to Atlas Poetica. Atlas Poetica publishes when the issue is full, and will publish however many issues per year the submissions warrant.

You are welcome to send submissions on something other than the theme, but we will use as much space as possible for the theme, which may not leave room for other submissions.

Explore our free-to-access collection of some of the key papers from Brain in 2017, featuring a selection of some of the most cited, most downloaded and highest Altmetric scoring articles published in the past year.

Marelli et al . validate plasma 25- and 27-hydroxycholesterol as diagnostic biomarkers of SPG5 and, in a phase II trial, show that atorvastatin lowers plasma 27-hydroxycholesterol levels.

De Simoni et al . report that executive dysfunction following TBI is associated with altered corticostriatal interactions important for behavioural control. The findings provide a target for evaluating treatments aimed at improving executive function after TBI.

ATLAS POETICA A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka Number 3 Spring 2009 M. Kei, Editor ISSN 1939-6465 Print ISSN 1945-8908 Digital

Chicago, IL, May 15, 2010--The American Theological Library Association (ATLA) is pleased to announce the addition of five new titles to the ATLASerials ( ATLAS ) online collection of major religion and theology journals:

Gregg Taylor, Database Manager for Acquisitions Control, said, “This rich addition of material highlights the incredible diversity of content as well as the historical depth of the collection.  We are adding current titles that not only bolster the collection’s strengths, but also expand into new arenas such as the Unification Church and religious performance.  Furthermore, ATLA is thrilled to include the first offerings of a new development in ATLAS , which are titles that have ceased publication but remain of great value to our customers.”

ATLAS is an online collection of more than one hundred forty major religion and theology journals selected by leading religion scholars and theologians. Users can read articles or research the history of a topic from as early as 1924 to the present. ATLAS is supported by a major grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. To request a trial or to learn more, visit http://www.atla.com/

Explore our free-to-access collection of some of the key papers from Brain in 2017, featuring a selection of some of the most cited, most downloaded and highest Altmetric scoring articles published in the past year.

Marelli et al . validate plasma 25- and 27-hydroxycholesterol as diagnostic biomarkers of SPG5 and, in a phase II trial, show that atorvastatin lowers plasma 27-hydroxycholesterol levels.

De Simoni et al . report that executive dysfunction following TBI is associated with altered corticostriatal interactions important for behavioural control. The findings provide a target for evaluating treatments aimed at improving executive function after TBI.


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