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  • Pelizzo, Riccardo (2013-12)
    In this presentation, we present the preliinary results of an analysis of the tools and the committees in charge of performing budgetary and financial oversight in south East Asian countries
  • Pelizzo, Riccardo (2013-11)
  • Akynkozhayev, Birzhan (2015)
    Separation of data into distinct groups is one of the most important tools of learning and means of obtaining valuable information from data. Cluster analysis studies the ways of distributing objects into groups with similar ...
  • Pelizzo, Riccardo; Kindra, Gurprit (2012)
    While the political consequences of party system fragmentation have extensively been discussed in the literature, little to no attention has been paid to whether the fragmentation of the party system affects the performance ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Reserach Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2011-09-01)
    Companies whose names contain the words “America(n)” or “USA” earn positive abnormal returns of about 6% per annum during the Second World War, the War in Korea and the War on Terror. These abnormal returns are not ...
  • Jochec, Marek; Benos, Evangelos (ISCTE Business School, Lisbon, 2011)
    Portfolios of “patriotic” stocks earn economically significant positive abnormal returns when people feel more patriotic and excited about their country. We label this phenomenon “patriotic name bias”.
  • Morrison, Alexander Stephen (2015)
    This article provides an introduction to one of the lesser-known examples of European settler colonialism, the settlement of European (mainly Russian and Ukrainian) peasants in Southern Central Asia (Turkestan) in the late ...
  • Craig, B. J.; Engstrom, M.C. (Nazarbayev University, 2013)
    This study investigates how much the citizens of Kazakhstan feel they have control over their own health. Efforts in health promotion build on the assumption that the public sees their current health choices and behaviors ...
  • Beznosko, D.; Diwan, M.; Hans, S.; Jaffe, D.; Kettell, S.H.; Rosero, R.; Themann, H.; Viren, B.; Worcester, E.; Yeh, M.; Zhang, C. (Nazarbayev University, 2013)
    In order to successfully use both detection techniques with the WbLS, a minimum of about 100 optical photons per MeV of deposited energy should be produced. A test was carried out with the high-energy proton beam using 2 ...
  • Beznosko, Dmitriy; Batyrkhanov, A.; Duspayev, A.; Iakovlev, A.; Yessenov, M. (2014)
    The water-based liquid scintillator (WbLS) is a new material currently under development. It is based on the idea of dissolving the organic scintillator in water using special surfactants. This material strives to achieve ...
  • Chuvakova, T.; Bapayeva, G.; Issayeva, R.; Begimbetova, D.; Olzhayev, F.; Dzhamanaeva, K.; Kenbaeva, K. (Personalized medicine and Global Health, 2015)
    Preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) is one of the leading causes of perinatal morbidity and mortality. Intrauterine continuous amnioinfusion via a subcutaneously implanted port system for PPROM is an attempt ...
  • Woldeyesus, Masresha T.; Britsch, Stefan; Riethmacher, Dieter; Xu, Lan; Sonnenberg-Riethmacher, Eva; Abou-Rebyeh, Faikah; Harvey, Richard; Caroni, Pico; Birchmeier, Carmen (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1999)
    The ErbB2 tyrosine kinase functions as coreceptor for the neuregulin receptors ErbB3 and ErbB4 and can participate in signaling of EGF receptor (ErbB1), interleukin receptor gp130, and G-protein coupled receptors. ErbB2−/− ...
  • Ruby, Alan (2015)
    Employability is a relatively new concept. The notion that post school educational institutions should play some role in preparing young people for employment really only came into focus as participation increased and the ...
  • Yelekenova, A.; Bektur, C.; Nurgozhin, T. (Nazarbayev University, 2014)
    This study is aimed to determine cost-effectiveness of vildagliptin in comparison with sitagliptin for the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) from the perspective of Ministry of Health of the ...
  • Khalimon, Andrey; Shaw, Bryan K.; Marwitz, Adam J. V.; Piers, Warren E.; Blackwellc, James M.; Parveza, Masood (2015)
    A series of molecules capable of releasing of the strong organometallic Lewis acid B(C6F5)3 upon exposure to 254 nm light have been developed. These photo Lewis acid generators (PhLAGs) can now serve as photoinitiators ...
  • Tikhonov, A.; Rakhmetova, A.; Koshkinbayeva, A. (Nazarbayev University, 2013)
    A new waveguiding effect in photonic crystals has been discovered. It will be useful for harvesting light for solar energy photovoltaic. We have found that incident light can be efficiently concentrated and redirected along ...
  • Jaguparov, A.; Tursynbay, Y.; Kim, A.; Chao, W. T.; Kunz, J. (Nazarbayev University, 2014)
    The polarized delivery of integrin adhesion molecules to the leading edge is required for cell migration and has been linked to cancer cell invasion, cancer aggressiveness, and poor patient outcome (1,2). Thus, regulators ...
  • Merzhakupova, D.; Adilgozhina, G.; Kim, A.; Chao, W. T.; Kunz, J. (Nazarbayev University, 2014)
    Rac1 activity is concentrated at the front of migrating cells where it initiates signaling processes necessary for cell migration in normal and pathological situations. The signaling pathways downstream of Rac1 are well ...
  • Azhunussova, A.; Shayakhmetov, Y.; Chao, W. T.; Kunz, J. (Nazarbayev University, 2014)
    The endocytosis, degradation, and recycling of cadherins is crucial for the dynamic regulation of adherens junctions and the control of cell-cell adhesion during tissue formation and in many pathological conditions. In ...
  • Beisekenova, S.; Ospanova, B.; Kabdullayeva, T.; Chao, W. T.; Kunz, J. (Nazarbayev University, 2014)
    Cell migration and tissue invasion during tumor metastasis require the regulated disassembly of focal adhesions, but the underlying mechanisms remain poorly defined. We previously showed that the turnover of focal adhesions ...