1. Rapid growth of black holes in massive star-forming galaxies.

    Nature 434(7034):738 (2005) PMID 15815623

    The tight relationship between the masses of black holes and galaxy spheroids in nearby galaxies implies a causal connection between the growth of these two components. Optically luminous quasars host the most prodigious accreting black holes in the Universe, and can account for greater than or ...
  2. Rapid growth of black holes in massive star-forming galaxies.

    Nature 434(7034):738 (2005) PMID 15815623

    The tight relationship between the masses of black holes and galaxy spheroids in nearby galaxies implies a causal connection between the growth of these two components. Optically luminous quasars host the most prodigious accreting black holes in the Universe, and can account for greater than or ...
  3. The bright optical afterglow of the nearby gamma-ray burst of 29 March 2003.

    Nature 423(6942):844 (2003) PMID 12815424

    Past studies of cosmological gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) have been hampered by their extreme distances, resulting in faint afterglows. A nearby GRB could potentially shed much light on the origin of these events, but GRBs with a redshift z
  4. The bright optical afterglow of the nearby gamma-ray burst of 29 March 2003.

    Nature 423(6942):844 (2003) PMID 12815424

    Past studies of cosmological gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) have been hampered by their extreme distances, resulting in faint afterglows. A nearby GRB could potentially shed much light on the origin of these events, but GRBs with a redshift z
  5. A median redshift of 2.4 for galaxies bright at submillimetre wavelengths.

    Nature 422(6933):695 (2003) PMID 12700754

    A significant fraction of the energy emitted in the early Universe came from very luminous galaxies that are largely hidden at optical wavelengths (because of interstellar dust grains); this energy now forms part of the cosmic background radiation at wavelengths near 1 mm (ref. 1). Some submilli...
  6. A median redshift of 2.4 for galaxies bright at submillimetre wavelengths.

    Nature 422(6933):695 (2003) PMID 12700754

    A significant fraction of the energy emitted in the early Universe came from very luminous galaxies that are largely hidden at optical wavelengths (because of interstellar dust grains); this energy now forms part of the cosmic background radiation at wavelengths near 1 mm (ref. 1). Some submilli...
  7. Ligation of splenic artery, the operation of choice in selected cases of portal hypertension and Banti's syndrome.

    Annals of Surgery 131(1):92 (1950) PMID 15399385 PMCID PMC1616383

  8. Ligation of splenic artery, the operation of choice in selected cases of portal hypertension and Banti's syndrome.

    Annals of Surgery 131(1):92 (1950) PMID 15399385 PMCID PMC1616383

  9. Differential diagnosis of carcinoma of the thyroid.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 8(2):72 (1949) PMID 18127700

  10. Differential diagnosis of carcinoma of the thyroid.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 8(2):72 (1949) PMID 18127700

  11. The cancer problem today.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 7(3):90 (1948) PMID 18877359

  12. The cancer problem today.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 7(3):90 (1948) PMID 18877359

  13. Resection of the head of the pancreas for carcinoma.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 7(1):29 (1948) PMID 18900382

  14. Resection of the head of the pancreas for carcinoma.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 7(1):29 (1948) PMID 18900382

  15. Resection of the head of the pancreas for carcinoma.

    Journal - Michigan State Medical Society 46(10):1175 (1947) PMID 20267306

  16. Resection of the head of the pancreas for carcinoma.

    Journal - Michigan State Medical Society 46(10):1175 (1947) PMID 20267306

  17. Ligation of the splenic artery; progress report of case operated 34 years ago for Banti's disease with a discussion of present conditions.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 6(4):152 (1947) PMID 18895837

  18. Ligation of the splenic artery; progress report of case operated 34 years ago for Banti's disease with a discussion of present conditions.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 6(4):152 (1947) PMID 18895837

  19. Further comments on early ambulation.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 5:85 (1946) PMID 20985894

  20. Further comments on early ambulation.

    Alexander Blain Hospital bulletin 5:85 (1946) PMID 20985894