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compiled by Dee Finney Records show that there is a ship collision on the average of every 5 days. - missing - and not found can be assumed to be dead.
2 killed - North Korea 8-13-08 2 killed, 1 missing - Pekanbaru, Riau - 8-4-08 800 missing - Ferry - Manila, Philippines - 6-24-08 update - only 34 rescued out of 862 passengers 2 dead - New Zealand - 6-20-08 10 dead from Typhoon Frank - 6-19-08 6 dead - 3 missing - China Sea - 5-27-08 6 dead - Sydney Harbour - 5-1-08 19 missing -presumed dead - Hong Kong - 3-23-08 4 deaths - Anchorage, Alaska - 3-23-08 2 deaths - Tokyo, Japan 2 missing -3-6-08 Namibe, Angola, 3 missing - 2-12-08 2 dead - South Korea - 1 missing - 2-4-08 15 dead Yangtze estuary -Shanghai - 2-3-08 - South Korea 14 missing - 12-25-07 - "Formosa 10" Taiwan to South Korea - 19 missing - 12-16-07 1 dead - Greece - ship's captain died - 10-12-07 31 dead - Nigeria - 10-5-07 1 dead 10 missing - Yellow Sea - China - 10-3-07 14 missing - (just one ship) 10-2-07 3 missing - presumed dead - South China Sea - 9-30-07 6 missing -presumed dead - China - 9-29-07 8 dead - 9-15-07 2 dead - Shelly -Israel - - 8-31-07 16 missing and presumed dead - Golden Rose -China- 5-17-07 1 dead - 7 missing - Hoang Dat 36 - Vietnam- 5-16-07 4 dead - Italy - 1-15-07 15 missing - presumed dead - Vietnam - August 13, 2006 37 missing - presumed dead - Eastern China - February 19, 2006 More than 230 people died or were listed as missing in boat sinkings in China last year, officials reported 4 dead - 5 missing - Wei Hang 9, Malta - 7-23-05 8 dead -Wan Hai 301 - Hong Kong, China - March 15, 2002hd 51 dead - Andrea Doria - Nantucket Island - July 25, 1956 1198 dead including 128 Americans - Cape Clear Island, Ireland - Lusitania - May 7, 1915 1520 dead (approx) Titanic - North Atlantic - April 14, 1912 9-30-07 - DREAM - I've had a lot of complicated dreams, and this one probably beats them all.
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My rival, a blonde woman about the same age as myself or perhaps a few years younger, with short curly hair, greeted me at the door.
However, a research team from the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI), Harvard Medical School (HMS), and the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard has found that as stem cell lines grow in a lab dish, they often acquire mutations in the TP53 (p53) gene, an important tumor suppressor responsible for controlling cell growth and division.
Their research suggests that genetic sequencing technologies should be used to screen for mutated cells in stem cell cultures, so that cultures with mutated cells can be excluded from scientific experiments and clinical therapies.
Recent advances in pluripotent stem cell technology now grant access to substantial quantities of disease-pertinent neurons both with and without predisposing mutations.
A fundamental understanding of how a cell’s identity is determined during differentiation and how it can in turn be manipulated experimentally is a central goal of developmental biology, one with substantial ramifications for biomedicine.
She reluctantly took the roses and looked extremely skeptical at me as I was trying to make peace with her.