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Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility - Changing Nature of Inmate Population
... IBS gradually began housing more and more violent offenders over the following decades ... One memorable case in 1974 marked a drastic change in the types of boys at IBS ... sentence he could receive was detention at IBS until his twentieth birthday ...
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals - Clinical Pipeline - LX1031 For Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
... for the potential treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other gastrointestinal disorders ... tolerability of LX1031 and its effects on symptoms associated with IBS showed that treatment with 1,000 mg of LX1031 four times daily was well tolerated and produced a statistically significant ...
Librax
... peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and gastritis ... Its use in IBS is thought to be due to its calming ability for patients that have IBS symptoms that are worsened by anxiety ... It works in IBS by decreasing gastrointestinal motility ...
Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility - Escape Attempts and Security Concerns
1971, three boys successfully escaped from IBS by breaking a window in a game room and running from the grounds ... One particular escape in April 1993 caused the surrounding community to demand changes at IBS ... communities protested allowing boys to wear street clothes at IBS, which made it difficult to identify escapees ...
Sib RNA - Function
... expressed Sib transcript regulates the ibs (induction brings stasis) open reading frame which encodes a small 18-19 amino acid hydrophobic protein which slows growth at moderate levels of expression ... The ibs gene is on the opposite strand to sib and is completely complimentary, so the antisense-binding of Sib RNA with the ibs mRNA brings about dsRNA-mediated degradation ... in multi-copy plasmids, the cells could not be maintained due to the toxicity of the unrepressed ibs protein ...