Posters leukemia by mikeholy

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									                                               Posters
DAY 1
P1-1    Effects on glucose uptake in leukaemic lymphocytes of high dilution quinones using the
        hexokinase and glucose oxidase assays.

P1-2    Childhood Cancer Epidemiology among Asian Population in Indian subcontinent. A single
        Institutional study from a Developing country.

P1-3    Time trends of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Incidence and survival and
        relationship to Socio-economic status and Immunophenotype from a developing country

P1-4    An investigation into the effects of high dilution quinones on peripheral blood leukaemic
        lymphocyte metabolism.

P1-5    HFE-C282Y association in childhood ALL: Pointing towards iron?
P1-6    Reporting a congenital leukemia in a newborn
P1-7    Detecting small area similarities in the epidemiology of childhood acute lymphoblastic
        leukaemia and type 1 diabetes: a Bayesian approach

P1-8    Population mixing and childhood leukaemia in Yorkshire, UK
P1-9    Establishment of an in vitro model to identify the molecular mechanism of haematopoietic
        progenitor cell immortalisation by the MLL-ENL oncogene.

P1-10   Space-time clustering analyses of childhood cancers supports a common infectious aetiology

P1-11   Epidemiological evidence for an infectious origin for childhood leukaemia

P1-12   Incidence of leukemias in children from El Salvador and Mexico City between 1996 and 2000.

P1-13   Risk factors of leukemia in children

P1-14   Functional analysis of TEL-AML1 fusion protein in haematopoietic progenitor cells in vivo
        and in vitro.
P1-15   Searching for causes: focusing epidemiology

P1-16   Folate Metabolic Pathway and Susceptibility to Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia
        in North Portugal. The role of C677T and A1298C MTHFR Polymorphisms.

P1-17   Rereading the Infective Hypothesis for Childhood Leukaemia

P1-18   Preliminary Characterization of a New Type of Viruses Isolated from Paediatric
        Neuroblastoma and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: potential Implications for Aetiology.

P1-19   Trends in the proportion of childhood leukaemia patients who are ‘cured’

P1-20   Dual Targeting of Bruton’s Tyrosine Kinase and Janus Kinase 3 With Rationally Designed
        Inhibitors Prevents Graft-Versus-Host Disease (GVHD)

P1-21   Identification of E2A-HLF candidate target genes and their contribution to leukaemogenesis.

P1-22   The descriptive epidemiology of childhood leukaemia and childhood brain tumours - a
        comparison.

P1-23   Incidence and Survival of Childhood Cancers in Singapore, 1968-1997: a population - based
        study.

P1-24   Hypertriglyceridaemia, increased truncal adiposity and decreased lean body mass in
        Prepubertal Leukaemia Survivors after Bone Marrow Transplantation



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DAY 2
P2-1    Radiation-related excess risk of leukemia may be attributable to a small number of people
        who carry clonally expanded preleukemic cells

P2-2    Aberrant DNA methylation and synthesis in radiation-induced genetic instability and
        radiation leukaemogenesis
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P2-3    Geographical variations of naturally occurring     Pb-supported     Po in teeth of juveniles in
        the UK

P2-4    Childhood Leukaemia Incidence and Background Ionising Radiation – a French ecological
        study

P2-5    Childhood leukemia and lymphoma in Ukraine                   in         post-Chernobyl   period:
        morphocytochemical and immunophenotypic aspects

P2-6    Acute myeloid leukemia: Incidence and observed survival in children of Belarus

P2-7    Does nuclear pollution cause childhood luekaemia? Evidence from the Menai Strait, North
        Wales

P2-8    Infant leukaemia after Chernobyl: the environment ionising radiation hypothesis revisited

P2-9    Childhood acute leukemia, polymorphisms of metabolism enzyme genes and interactions with
        maternal smoking during pregnancy.

P2-10   Association of RAS mutation, hyperdiploidy, and parental characteristics with childhood acute
        leukemia

P2-11   Parental smoking and the risk of childhood leukaemia

P2-12   Paternal occupation as a risk factor for leukaemia and Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in children
        and young adults. A study from the North of England.

P2-13   Use of medication during pregnancy and risk of childhood leukemia

P2-14   Cosmic-ray Induced Aerosol Particle Charging, Implications for Exposure to Children and
        Pregnant Women in Aircraft




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DAY 3
P3-1    Transmission-Line Electric Field Induction in Humans as Influenced by Corona Space
        Charge

P3-2    Polarisation of 50 Hz magnetic fields from the UK power distribution network, in relation to
        childhood leukaemia and other illnesses

P3-3    An investigation into polarisation as a possible metric with regard to human exposure to ELF
        magnetic fields from appliances within the home

P3-4    Determination of melatonin in edible plants and medicinal herbs: Comparison of different
        methods, including UV spectroscopy and GC/MS, with reference to its application in
        immunodegenerative disorders.

P3-5    Melatonin, ionizing radiation and damage to the haemopoeitic system

P3-6    Investigation into the responsive emission of melatonin from lymphocytes challenged by the
        mitogen PHA: is this compromised by exposure to ELF EM Fields?

P3-7    ELF electric fields: the missing metric in childhood leukaemia epidemiology?

P3-8    Quantum-mechanical interference and the biological effects of weak alternating magnetic
        fields: an assessment of a recent model

P3-9    Graham/Stetzer Filters Improve Power Quality in Homes and Schools, Reduce Blood Sugar
        Levels in Diabetics, Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms, and Headaches.
P3-10   Do magnetic fields cause increased risk of childhood leukaemia via melatonin disruption?

P3-11   A Japanese study on childhood leukemia in relation to     residential background exposure to
        extremely-low-frequency electromagnetic fields

P3-12   Relation between electromagnetic fields and acute leukemia in children with Down syndrome

P3-13   A Japanese study on childhood leukemia in relation to the use of electric appliances

P3-14   Assessment of the spatial distribution of cancers with respect to high voltage powerlines: a
        novel GIS and finite element approach.

P3-15   The Quantum Coherent Organism & EMF Sensitivity

P3-16   Experimental validation of novel and conventional approaches to quantitative real-time PCR
        data analysis




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DAY 4
P4-1    Effect of high dilution quinones on O2 uptake by peripheral blood lymphocytes: a
        polarigraphic study

P4-2    Childhood leukaemia and road traffic: second step of a case-control study

P4-3    Electrical charging of nano-sized airborne pollutants


P4-4    Corona ion emissions from high voltage powerlines and implications for human health

P4-5    MTHFR polymorphisms, Maternal Folate Intake, and Childhood Leukemia

P4-6    Twentieth century air pollution near London: a reconstruction from measurements of
        atmospheric electricity

P4-7    The effect of electric charge on deposition of environmental aerosols in a mechanical model
        lung

P4-8    Food consumption of children and risk of childhood leukemia

P4-9    Non-occupational exposure to pesticides and childhood acute leukaemia

P4-10   Critical windows of exposure to household pesticides and childhood leukemia: follow-
        up from the Northern California Childhood Leukemia Study

P4-11   The role of dietary turmeric for the low incidence of childhood leukemia in Asian Countries

P4-12   Influence of cytochrome P450 1A1 genetic polymorphisms on the association between
        residential exposure to traffic and childhood leukemia




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DAY 5
P5-1    The new California Department of Education EMF policy regarding schools, transmission
        lines and EMF

P5-2    Epidemiology for decisionmakers: A visual guide to residential and occupational EMF
        epidemiological results on leukemia 1979-2002




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