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Chef’s XML Schema Quality Checker is a program which takes as input an XML Schema written in the W3C XML schema language and diagnoses improper uses of the schema language.
Where the appropriate action to correct the schema is not obvious, the diagnostic message may include a suggestion about how to make the fix.
For Schemas which are composed of numerous schema documents connected via or element information items, a full schema-wide checking is performed.
The tool can also be run in batch mode to quality check multiple XML schemas in a single run.
Take XML Schema Quality Checker for a test drive to see how useful it can be for you!The objective of this proposal is to examine the regulation of glucocorticoid receptors (GRs) in muscle. Glucocorticoids (GCs) are major anti-inflammatory agents. GCs interact with specific intracellular receptors. Two of these receptors in particular, GRs and mineralocorticoid receptors (MRs), play crucial roles in the regulation of inflammation. GCs induce a rapid rise in cytosolic calcium that activates the protein kinase, PKB/Akt, which in turn phosphorylates and inhibits GRs. Because inflammation is a major cause of muscle weakness, there is a need to better understand the regulation of GRs in muscle. This study will examine the question of how GCs affect muscle. A gene transfer approach will be used to overexpress proteins that act as GR ligands in muscle. The proposed studies will examine which proteins are required to observe increased GR function in muscle. This question will be addressed by using specific antibodies to knockdown or overexpress certain proteins. The long-term goal is to better understand how GCs affect muscle. This study may identify a new therapeutic target for muscle weakness. The specific aims are to: (1) determine which GR ligand proteins are required for GRs to influence muscle function and morphology, (2) determine which GRs and MRs are expressed in muscle, and (3) determine the effect of GCs on muscle. The significance of the work proposed is that GCs regulate the expression of genes important for muscle mass, and that this expression is altered in muscle weakness. This will lead to a better understanding of the molecular changes associated with muscle weakness. [unreadable] [unreadable] [ eea19f52d2

The PULLMAIL application was designed to be a simple command line utility to pull email from a pop account and send it to an SMTP server. It looks for a To: or Apparently-To: field in the header of each email and uses this in the RCPT-TO command to the SMTP server. Apparently-To: takes precedence over To:. You can also specify a custom field which takes overall precedence if given. The email addresses found in the headers are used to build a TXT or HTML file, to which the text of the headers are written.
Pulling the email:
Send a SIGHUP to the pullmail application to tell it to start. You can do this by typing pullmail & on the shell prompt, or by using the pullmail -n & from the command prompt. This should produce something like:
Email to be sent:
If you supply a file name to the pullmail application, that file is read and the email addresses found there are used in the RCPT-TO command for the SMTP server. The output from the application can be piped into another command to send the mail or to append it to an existing file.
> pullmail -n 40 -d
> mail -s “a test message” -r “”
If no file name is given, the email addresses found in the headers are written to the standard output, which can be redirected to another application to send.
The application has the following arguments:
-n | –number
The number of emails to pull from the account.
-d | –domain
The domain of the account to pull from.
-s | –subject
The subject for the email to send.
-r | –recipients
The email addresses to send to, separated by commas.
-f | –fields
A custom email header to include.
-t | –text
Make the email a text message rather than an HTML one.
-i | –include
Append the email to the end of a file.
-w | –wordlist
Use a wordlist to filter the email addresses before writing them.
-o |

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