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A rebroadcast of the Medical Radio Conference which was broadcast live on KPFA on March 5, 1968 from the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco (UCMCSF) and re-aired due to popular demand. The topic is sexual dysfunction as it affects men and women. The speakers are Dr. Earle M. Marsh, assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology, UCMCSF, and chief department of gynecology, Franklin Hospital, SF; and Dr. Alex L. Finkle, associate clinical professor of urology and...
Topics: Marsh, Earle M., Sex counseling and therapy, Finkle, Alex, American Women Making History and...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Rochelle Owens (1936 - ), playwright and poet, reads selections from her latest book of poetry, "I Am The Babe of Joseph Stalin's Daughter" (Culture Press Foundation, 1972). Sensitive language--needs heavy disclaimer!
Topics: Poetry -- Women authors., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Owens, Rochelle
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
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This episode of "Them and Us" is asking "Should labor unions support ERA (Equal Rights Amendment)?". Hosts are Carmen Delle Donne and Karen Boyd. Guests are Lizzie Corban, Sarah Nelson, and Susan Holleran. Includes live call-ins. Broadcast 1-19-78 Thursday, 7:00pm-8:00pm.
Topics: Working classes -- United States., Equal Rights Amendment (Proposed)., Discrimination in employment...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
New writers forum Episode 5 of 7. Lew Welch and Phillip Whalen preside over a program of poetry including themselves, David Meltzer, Charles Upton and Terrance Cuddy. Recorded at the Straight Theatre in San Francisco and broadcast live on March 28, 1968.
Topics: Cuddy, Terrence., Welch, Lew., Whalen, Philip., Meltzer, David., Upton, Charles., Poetry., New...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
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Holly Prado reads from her manuscript "Signs" and discusses her poetry in a program hosted and produced by Alvaro Cardona-Hine. Prado was born in 1938, grew up in Nebraska and Michigan, graduated from Albion College in Michigan and moved to Los Angeles shortly thereafter. Edited by Petrie Mason.
Topics: Women writers, Prado, Holly., Poetry., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Report on the Bella Abzug-William Ryan contest for the 20th Congressional district in New York. Includes specifically opinions on the race from women, interviewed on the street. Abzug portion recorded from her campaign event "Women Power for Bella Day," outside her campaign headquarters in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Topics: Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998, Ryan, William., Women politicians, Elections -- New York -- 1972.,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Four women singer-songwriters in concert live at the first New York Women's Music Festival. In order of appearance: Lou Crimmons, Casse Culver, Alix Dobkin and Meg Christian. Recorded on February 14 and 15, 1975 at Barnard College. Produced by Margaret Mercer and Ceil Muller. Contains sensitive language.
Topics: Crimmons, Lou., Culver, Casse., Dobkin, Alix., Christian, Meg, Women's music, Women singers,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
This episode of Lesbian Radio Spectacular with a Cast of Millions, hosted by Judy Pasternak is about lesbian parenthood. Program opens with "Thoughts for Penny" by Alix Dobkin. Pasternak announces upcoming lesbian community events until 12:00, then plays "The Debutante Ball" by Willie Tyson. Guests are Nancy Johnson and Diana Utah who became legal guardians of two children six years ago. The conversation is about lesbian and interracial parenthood. Phone-ins during second...
Topics: Lesbians, Lesbian mothers, Adoption., Lesbianism -- Social aspects, American Women Making History...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
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Know your body: Pregnancy. This is lecture is part of a course on women's health given at the Women's Medical Center in New York City in spring 1972. In this program on pregnancy, Judy Graham of the Women's Medical Center introduces speakers Joan Haggerty and Carol Gingold. This lecture was recorded May 25, 1972 and broadcast on WBAI October 22, 1972. Produced by Caryl Ratner.
Topics: Women's health services, Women -- Medical care., Pregnancy., Childbirth, Natural childbirth, Breast...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The Gay Radio Collective/I.M.R.U. presents "What I did for love," a light-hearted feature on lesbians and gays discussing funny, unusual and heartwarming things they have done in the name of love. Dr. Susan M. Kuhner, licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Executive Director of the Gay Community Services Center, is the special in-studio guest, with open phones for listener participation. Feature runs to 26:45. Open phones last 10:45. Part of air-checked open phones segment lost...
Topics: Aratin, Art., Gordon, Greg., Gay couples., Love stories., Lesbian couples, American Women Making...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
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by Al-Mezaine, Hani S.; Al-Amro, Saleh A.; Al-Fadda, Abdulaziz; Al-Obeidan, Saleh
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This article is from Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology , volume 18 . Abstract Purpose:: To determine the refractive outcomes and complications of retreatment after aborted primary laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) due to flap complications. Materials and Methods:: This retrospective study evaluated 50 retreated eyes that had flap complications during primary LASIK at the Eye Consultants Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Data were analyzed for patients with at least 3 months...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3162737
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by Martinez-Giron, Rafael; Mosquera-Martinez, Joaquin; Martinez-Torre, Santiago
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This article is from Journal of Cytology / Indian Academy of Cytologists , volume 30 . Abstract Black-pigmented sputum, also called “melanoptysis,” is a symptom that may be observed in certain pathologies such us coal workers’ pneumoconiosis (anthracosis). The cavitation and liquefaction of a fibrosed mass by an infectious process (tuberculosis, infections by anaerobes, etc.) or by ischemic necrosis may cause expectoration of a blackish secretion. We report the case of a patient with...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3945631
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by Thakur, Heenopama; Thawani, Vijay; Raina, Rangeel Singh; Kothiyal, Gitanjali; Chakarabarty, Mrinmoy
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This article is from Indian Journal of Pharmacology , volume 45 . Abstract Objective:: To study the medication errors leading to noncompliance in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Materials and Methods:: This study was conducted in a tertiary care hospital of a teaching institution from Srikot, Garhwal, Uttarakhand to analyze the medication errors in 500 indoor prescriptions from medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics and ENT departments over five months and 100 outdoor...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3696304
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by Gupta, Saurabh; Duraiswamy, B.; Satishkumar, M. N.
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This article is from Indian Journal of Pharmacology , volume 45 . Abstract Objective:: To investigate the peritoneal mast cell stabilization activity of Pothos scandens extracts Materials and Methods:: Pothos scandens L. (family- Araceae) aerial part was successively extracted with ethanol and aqueous to prepare extract of the plant. The extracts of P. scandens were evaluated for stabilization of mast cell in rat allergic models. The extract of P. scandens ethanolic, 50% aqueous ethanolic and...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3608302
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by Acharya, Nibedita; Reddy, Manjoo S.; Paulson, Caroline T.; Prasanna, Deepti
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This article is from Oman Journal of Ophthalmology , volume 7 . Abstract None
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4008903
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by Grover, Vishakha; Kapoor, Anoop; Malhotra, Ranjan; Battu, Virinder Singh; Bhatia, Archana; Sachdeva, Sonia
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This article is from Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology , volume 15 . Abstract Context:: Controlled local delivery of disinfecting agents has been demonstrated to be efficient in improving the outcome of periodontal therapy. Aims:: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of a controlled-release biodegradable chlorhexidine chip (Periocol CG) when used as an adjunct to scaling and root planing in the treatment of periodontitis. Settings and Design:: The study was...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3183665
Four women singer-songwriters in concert live at the first New York Women's Music Festival. In order of appearance: Lou Crimmons, Casse Culver, Alix Dobkin and Meg Christian. Recorded on February 14 and 15, 1975 at Barnard College. Produced by Margaret Mercer and Ceil Muller. Contains sensitive language.
Topics: Crimmons, Lou., Culver, Casse., Dobkin, Alix., Christian, Meg, Women's music, Women singers,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings
by DICK CHERWIN and HIS ORCHESTRA; Coslow; Robin; Whiting
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Performer: DICK CHERWIN and HIS ORCHESTRA Writer: Coslow; Robin; Whiting Fox Trot; Vocal Refrain; From "The Dance of Life". Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are 3.5mil truncated eliptical, 2.3mil truncated conical, 2.8mil truncated conical, 3.3mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 500.0. The preferred versions suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L.P. have been copied...
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Topics: 78rpm, Popular Music
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William Mandel interviews, in English, Professor Yelena Zeltin of Moscow, speaking of her life: her parents were revolutionaries exiled to Siberia under Tsar, and Zeltin was thus born in Siberia; her mother is Jewish, her father Latvian. Her husband died as a result of World War II hardships. Very human, interesting life. Previously attributed to the series "Soviet scene," another series by William Mandel.
Topics: Zeltin, Yelena., Latvians in foreign countries., World War II -- Soviet Union., Jews in the Soviet...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Interview with Donald Adams, formerly a member of the world known Gilbert and Sullivan operetta production company D'Oyly Carte and newly of Gilbert and Sullivan for All, about his group's efforts to keep these productions before the public. Gilbert & Sullivan for All were performing at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles the week that this interview was recorded, January 1971.
Topics: Adams, Donald., Opera -- Management., Musical revues, comedies, etc., D'Oyly Carte Opera Company,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
This is a three-part series on women in Appalachia in the 1970s: mining disasters, their lives as wives and mothers of miners, as miners themselves, and on life in mining country. Produced by Mary Kasamatsu, with funds provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, through National Public Radio's Satellite Program Development Fund. Technical assistance by Moira Rankin and Sharon Shapiro, and editorial assistance from Paul Datmond[sp?] Part 1: "An Ordinary Mornin'" tells the...
Topics: Coal mine accidents -- Kentucky, Coal mines and mining, Women coal miners, Scotia Mine Disaster,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Judy Pasternak interviews Eleanor Cooper of the Women's Liberation Center of New York about the history of the center and the what takes place at the center. This is an edited excerpt from More Than Half the World, Sunday, February 11, 1979.
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Cooper, Eleanor., Women's Liberation Center...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Maine State Documents
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View of Maine General Hospital from the Western Promenade, Portland, ME.
Topic: Vintage Postcards
Source: http://statedocs.maine.gov/arc_postcard/146
War Cry
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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The first edition of The War Cry was printed on December 27, 1879 in London, England. In 1880, US Salvation Army Commissioner George Scott Railton published the Salvation News, a small newsletter. He published the first US edition of The War Cry in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between 1920 and 1970, each U.S. territory published its own individual version of The War Cry. In 1970, the Salvation Army's US National Headquarters started publishing a nationwide version of The War Cry.
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On December 12, 2002, a strong low-pressure system could be seen whirling away just south of Kamchatka Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands in the northwestern Pacific. The above true-color image of the low-pressure system was acquired by the modis.gsfc.nasa.gov Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument, flying aboard NASA's Terra spacecraft. The tip of the peninsula can be seen in the upper left-hand corner of the image. Generally, high- and low-pressure systems form when...
Topics: What -- Terra, What -- Earth, Where -- Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
Source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=10588
Anthropologist Margaret Mead (1901 - 1978) delivers a talk at Diablo Valley College on the pressures of adolescence in America from an anthropological perspective. She addresses some of the problems teenagers face in the current day, the genesis of these problems, and what one can do about them. This recording is different from BC1042.06 though they share the same title.
Topics: Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978, Adolescent psychology., American Women Making History and Culture:...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Open Source Text Books
by J. Playfair McMurrich
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Topics: zoology, biology, invertebrate
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by John M. Coulter; Merle C. Coulter
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Topics: biology, genetics, non-mendelian, heredity, neo-mendelian, mendel
Open Source Text Books
by Frederick Edward Clements
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Topics: guide, biology, ecology, research, techniques
Open Source Text Books
by Charles Newman Crewdson
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Topics: merchant, customers, business, clerk, build, buyer, advertising
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Open Source Text Books
by George E. Day
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Topics: medicine, medicinal chemistry, chemistry, physiology
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by James G. Allen; Scott E. Sikora
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Topics: design, information tool, knowledge-based, system design
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Open Source Text Books
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Topic: geography
Open Source Text Books
by Edward W. Tullidge
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Topics: mormons, lincoln, utah, us history, history
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by Mustafa, Ghulam; Khan, Islam Ullah; Zia-ur-Rehman, Muhammad; Sharif, Shahzad; Arshad, Muhammad Nadeem
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This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , volume 67 . Abstract In the title compound, C14H13NO4S, the dihedral angle between the aromatic rings is 35.47 (10)°. In the crystal, adjacent mol­ecules are connected by pairs of O—H⋯O hydrogen bonds, forming head-to-head centrosymmetric dimers typical for carb­oxy­lic acids. Adjacent dimers are further linked through C—H⋯O inter­actions on one side and N—H⋯O inter­actions on the other,...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3099805
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by Brown, Jeremy; Fleming, Rita; Aristzabel, Jamie; Gishta, Rocksolana
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This article is from Western Journal of Emergency Medicine , volume 12 . Abstract Objective:: Physicians are taught that the pelvic exam is a key part of the evaluation of a woman presenting with abdominal pain or vaginal bleeding. However, the exam is time consuming and invasive, and its use in the emergency department (ED) has not been prospectively evaluated. We evaluated how often the findings of the pelvic exam changed management in a cohort of consecutive female patients presenting with...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3099609
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by Tay, Tuan Leng; Ronneberger, Olaf; Ryu, Soojin; Nitschke, Roland; Driever, Wolfgang
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This article is from Nature Communications , volume 2 . Abstract Essential components of animal behaviour are modulated by dopaminergic (DA) and noradrenergic circuitry. In this study, we reveal at cellular resolution the complete set of projections ('projectome') of every single type of DA and noradrenergio neurons in the central nervous system of zebrafish larvae. The most extensive DA projections are established by posterior tubercular otp-dependent neurons, with individual somata...
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by Otto, Andreas; Bernhardt, Jorg; Meyer, Hanna; Schaffer, Marc; Herbst, Florian-A.; Siebourg, Juliane; Mader, Ulrike; Lalk, Michael; Hecker, Michael; Becher, Dorte
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This article is from Nature Communications , volume 1 . Abstract Functional genomics of the Gram-positive model organism Bacillus subtilis reveals valuable insights into basic concepts of cell physiology. In this study, we monitor temporal changes in the proteome, transcriptome and extracellular metabolome of B. subtilis caused by glucose starvation. For proteomic profiling, a combination of in vivo metabolic labelling and shotgun mass spectrometric analysis was carried out for five different...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3105300
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by Flierl, Michael A; Gaudiani, Jennifer L; Sabel, Allison L; Long, Carlin S; Stahel, Philip F; Mehler, Philip S
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This article is from Annals of General Psychiatry , volume 10 . Abstract Background: Anorexia nervosa carries the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric disorder. Even the most critically ill anorexic patients may present with normal 'standard' laboratory values, underscoring the need for a new sensitive biomarker. The complement cascade, a major component of innate immunity, represents a driving force in the pathophysiology of multiple inflammatory disorders. The role of complement in...
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by Torres, Elisa; Gutierrez-Lopez, Maria D; Mayado, Andrea; Rubio, Ana; O'Shea, Esther; Colado, Maria I
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This article is from Journal of Neuroinflammation , volume 8 . Abstract Background: 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) produces a neuroinflammatory reaction in rat brain characterized by an increase in interleukin-1 beta (IL-1β) and microglial activation. The CB2 receptor agonist JWH-015 reduces both these changes and partially protects against MDMA-induced neurotoxicity. We have examined MDMA-induced changes in IL-1 receptor antagonist (IL-1ra) levels and IL-1 receptor type I (IL-1RI)...
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by Ferreira, Debora S.; Mirkovic, Jelena; Wolffenbuttel, Reinoud F.; Correia, Jose H.; Feld, Michael S.; Minas, Graca
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This article is from Biomedical Optics Express , volume 2 . Abstract A strategy for spectroscopy tissue diagnosis using a small number of wavelengths is reported. The feasibility to accurately quantify tissue information using only 16 wavelengths is demonstrated with several wavelength reduction simulations of the existing esophageal data set. These results are an important step for the development of a miniaturized, robust and low-cost spectroscopy system. This system is based on a...
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by Makgoba, Mahlatse; Nelson, Scott M.; Savvidou, Makrina; Messow, Claudia-Martina; Nicolaides, Kypros; Sattar, Naveed
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This article is from Diabetes Care , volume 34 . Abstract OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between first-trimester maternal serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-OH-D) as measured by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry and development of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM). RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: We conducted a case-control study involving 248 women in the first-trimester of pregnancy, 90 of whom developed GDM and 158 remained normoglycemic. RESULTS: Although booking...
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by Naidoo, Nasheen; Chen, Cynthia; Rebello, Salome A; Speer, Karl; Tai, E Shyong; Lee, Jeanette; Buchmann, Sandra; Koelling-Speer, Isabelle; van Dam, Rob M
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This article is from Nutrition Journal , volume 10 . Abstract Background: To measure the content of cholesterol-raising diterpenes in coffee sold at the retailer level in Singapore, Indonesia and India and to determine the relationship of coffee consumption with lipid levels in a population-based study in Singapore. Methods: Survey and cross-sectional study in local coffee shops in Singapore, Indonesia and India to measure the diterpene content in coffee, and a population-based study in...
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by Bello, Seidu A; Adeyemo, Wasiu L; Bamgbose, Babatunde O; Obi, Emeka V; Adeyinka, Ademola A
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This article is from Head & Face Medicine , volume 7 . Abstract Background: Postoperative mobidity following third molar surgery is affected by a number of factors. The study of these factors is essential for effective planning and limitation of morbidity. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of age, type of impaction and operative time on immediate postoperative tissue reactions following mandibular third molar surgery. Methods: Consecutive patients with impacted mandibular...
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by Squires, Janet E; Estabrooks, Carole A; Newburn-Cook, Christine V; Gierl, Mark
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This article is from BMC Health Services Research , volume 11 . Abstract Background: There is a lack of acceptable, reliable, and valid survey instruments to measure conceptual research utilization (CRU). In this study, we investigated the psychometric properties of a newly developed scale (the CRU Scale). Methods: We used the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing as a validation framework to assess four sources of validity evidence: content, response processes, internal...
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by Haafkens, Joke A; Kopnina, Helen; Meerman, Martha GM; van Dijk, Frank JH
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This article is from BMC Health Services Research , volume 11 . Abstract Background: Chronic diseases are a leading contributor to work disability and job loss in Europe. Recent EU policies aim to improve job retention among chronically ill employees. Disability and occupational health researchers argue that this requires a coordinated and pro-active approach at the workplace by occupational health professionals, line managers (LMs) and human resource managers (HRM). Little is known about the...
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by Wang, Jing; Geiss, Linda S.; Cheng, Yiling J.; Imperatore, Giuseppina; Saydah, Sharon H.; James, Cherie; Gregg, Edward W.
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This article is from Diabetes Care , volume 34 . Abstract OBJECTIVE: To examine whether there were long-term (between 1988–1994 and 2001–2008) and recent (between 2001–2004 and 2005–2008) changes in blood pressure (BP) levels among U.S. adults with diagnosed diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: Using data from National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES), we examined changes in BP distributions, mean BPs, and proportion with BP
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by Ramli, Youssef; Moussaif, Ahmed; Zouihri, Hafid; Bourichi, Houda; Essassi, El Mokhtar
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This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , volume 67 . Abstract In the crystal structure of the title compound, C22H18N4O, the quinoxaline system makes dihedral angles of 86.59 (7) and 63.37 (9)° with the benzohydrazide and phenyl rings, respectively. The benzohydrazide ring makes a dihedral angle of 72.46 (10)° with the phenyl ring. The crystal structure is stabilized by inter­molecular N—H⋯O hydrogen bonds, C—H⋯O contacts and C—H⋯π...
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This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , volume 67 . Abstract The MnIII atom in the title complex, [Mn(C18H18N2O4)(CHO2)(H2O)]·2H2O, is O,N,N′,O′-chelated by the deproton­ated Schiff base; the four chelating atoms form an approximate square, with the O atoms of the water mol­ecule and the formate ion in axial positions above and below the square plane. Two metal-bearing mol­ecules are linked by an O—Hwater⋯O hydrogen bond about a center of...
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by Boehler, Christian EH; Milton, Karen E; Bull, Fiona C; Fox-Rushby, Julia A
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This article is from BMC Public Health , volume 11 . Abstract Background: The 'Physical Activity Care Pathway' (a Pilot for the 'Let's Get Moving' policy) is a systematic approach to integrating physical activity promotion into the primary care setting. It combines several methods reported to support behavioural change, including brief interventions, motivational interviewing, goal setting, providing written resources, and follow-up support. This paper compares costs falling on the UK National...
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by Davis, John M; Giakas, William J; Qu, Jie; Prasad, Pavan; Leucht, Stefan
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This article is from Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine : PEHM , volume 6 . Abstract We reply to the Ioannidis's paper "Effectiveness of antidepressants; an evidence based myth constructed from a thousand controlled trials." We disagree that antidepressants have no greater efficacy than placebo. We present the efficacy from hundreds of trials in terms of the percentage of patients with a substantial clinical response (a 50% improvement or more symptomatic reduction). This...
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by Ramazauskiene, Vitalija; Petkeviciene, Janina; Klumbiene, Jurate; Kriaucioniene, Vilma; Sakyte, Edita
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This article is from BMC Public Health , volume 11 . Abstract Background: Since regaining of independence in 1990, Lithuania has been undergoing substantial political, economic, and social changes that affected the nutrition habits of population. Dietary changes might have impact on the trends of dietary related risk factors of chronic diseases. The aim of the study was to compare trends in diet and lipid profile of Lithuanian rural population aged 25-64 during two decades of transition period...
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by Hekmat, Korosh; Jacobsson, Lennart; Nilsson, Jan-Ake; Petersson, Ingemar F; Robertsson, Otto; Garellick, Goran; Turesson, Carl
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This article is from Arthritis Research & Therapy , volume 13 . Abstract Introduction: One aim of modern pharmacologic treatment in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is to prevent joint destruction and reduce the need for surgery. Our purpose was to investigate secular trends in the incidence of primary total hip and knee arthroplasties in a well defined sample of patients with RA. Methods: Prevalent cases with RA in 1997 and incident cases from 1997 to 2007 in a community based register in Malmö,...
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This article is from Case Reports in Oncology , volume 4 . Abstract Choroidal carcinoma is an insidious tumor frequently causing late liver metastases which are associated with a poor outcome. Since metastatic liver lesions are potentially resectable with curative intention, tight follow-up schedules after treatment of primary tumors for the early detection of liver metastasis have been proposed. The methods employed so far, however, have proven to be of limited sensitivity, and it is likely...
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This article is from Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration , volume 6 . Abstract Discovery, as a public attribution, and discovering, the act of conducting research, are experiences that entail “languaging” the unknown. This distinguishing property of language ‐ its ability to bring forth, out of the unspoken realm, new knowledge, original ideas, and novel thinking – is essential to the discovery process. In sharing their ideas and views, scientists create co‐negotiated...
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by Ndip, Agbor; Williams, Alfred; Jude, Edward B.; Serracino-Inglott, Ferdinand; Richardson, Steve; Smyth, J.V.; Boulton, Andrew J.M.; Alexander, M. Yvonne
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This article is from Diabetes , volume 60 . Abstract OBJECTIVE: The receptor activator of nuclear factor-κB (RANK), RANK ligand (RANKL), and osteoprotegerin (OPG) signaling pathway (RANKL/RANK/OPG signaling) is implicated in the osteolysis associated with diabetic Charcot neuroarthropathy (CN); however, the links with medial arterial calcification (MAC) seen in people with CN are unclear. This study aimed to investigate the role of RANKL/OPG in MAC in patients with CN. RESEARCH DESIGN AND...
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This article is from Psychiatry Investigation , volume 8 . Abstract Objective: The purpose of the present study was to develop reliable and valid parent and teacher scales for measurement of functional impairment in children and adolescents in order to assist the diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Methods: Seventy-two children with ADHD fulfilling the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder, 4th Edition criteria and forty-two normal controls were enrolled...
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by Li, Jiang; Gong, Binsheng; Chen, Xi; Liu, Tao; Wu, Chao; Zhang, Fan; Li, Chunquan; Li, Xiang; Rao, Shaoqi; Li, Xia
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This article is from BMC Bioinformatics , volume 12 . Abstract Background: The construction of the Disease Ontology (DO) has helped promote the investigation of diseases and disease risk factors. DO enables researchers to analyse disease similarity by adopting semantic similarity measures, and has expanded our understanding of the relationships between different diseases and to classify them. Simultaneously, similarities between genes can also be analysed by their associations with similar...
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by Knipfer, Thorsten; Besse, Matthieu; Verdeil, Jean-Luc; Fricke, Wieland
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This article is from Journal of Experimental Botany , volume 62 . Abstract It is not known to what degree aquaporin-facilitated water uptake differs between root developmental regions and types of root. The aim of this study was to measure aquaporin-dependent water flow in the main types of root and root developmental regions of 14- to 17-d-old barley plants and to identify candidate aquaporins which mediate this flow. Water flow at root level was related to flow at cell and plant level. Plants...
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This article is from Toxins , volume 2 . Abstract Bacillus cereus behaves as an opportunistic pathogen frequently causing gastrointestinal diseases, and it is increasingly recognized to be responsible for severe local or systemic infections. Pathogenicity of B. cereus mainly relies on the secretion of a wide array of toxins and enzymes and also on the ability to undergo swarming differentiation in response to surface-sensing. In this report, the pathogenicity exerted by B. cereus toxins is...
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This article is from Skeletal Muscle , volume 1 . Abstract The transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-β) superfamily consists of a variety of cytokines expressed in many different cell types including skeletal muscle. Members of this superfamily that are of particular importance in skeletal muscle are TGF-β1, mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs), and myostatin. These signaling molecules play important roles in skeletal muscle homeostasis and in a variety of inherited and acquired...
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by Capes, E Michelle; Loaiza, Randall; Valdivia, Hector H
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This article is from Skeletal Muscle , volume 1 . Abstract Excitation-contraction coupling involves the faithful conversion of electrical stimuli to mechanical shortening in striated muscle cells, enabled by the ubiquitous second messenger, calcium. Crucial to this process are ryanodine receptors (RyRs), the sentinels of massive intracellular calcium stores contained within the sarcoplasmic reticulum. In response to sarcolemmal depolarization, RyRs release calcium into the cytosol, facilitating...
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This article is from Biology Direct , volume 6 . Abstract We examine the Tree of Life (TOL) as an evolutionary hypothesis and a heuristic. The original TOL hypothesis has failed but a new "statistical TOL hypothesis" is promising. The TOL heuristic usefully organizes data without positing fundamental evolutionary truth.Reviewers: This article was reviewed by W. Ford Doolittle, Nicholas Galtier and Christophe Malaterre.
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by Hartl, Stefan; Siewert, Joerg-Ruediger; Theisen, Joerg
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This article is from Clinical Medicine. Oncology , volume 2 . Abstract This report describes a complicated course of a 58-year-old patient with multicentric Barrett’s carcinoma within a long-segment of Barrett metaplasia. After abdominal-thoracic resection of the cancer, with incomplete removal of the long-segment metaplastic lesion, invasive carcinoma was diagnosed in the remnant Barrett’s segment. Endoscopic mucosal resection was done, but Barrett’s mucosa was left in situ again....
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by Jungwirth, Michael T; Kumar, Dhivya; Jeong, Danielle Y; Goodchild, Rose E
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This article is from BMC Cell Biology , volume 12 . Abstract Background: DYT1 dystonia is an autosomal dominant neurological condition caused by a mutation that removes a single glutamic acid residue (ΔE) from the torsinA (torA) AAA+ protein. TorA appears to possess a nuclear envelope (NE) localized activity that requires Lamina-Associated-Polypeptide 1 (LAP1), which is an inner nuclear membrane localized torA-binding partner. Although hypoactive, the DYT1 dystonia torA-ΔE isoform often...
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by Serrano, Magdalena; Moreno-Sanchez, Natalia; Gonzalez, Carmen; Marcos-Carcavilla, Ane; Van Poucke, Mario; Calvo, Jorge H; Salces, Judit; Cubero, Jaime; Carabano, Maria J
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This article is from BMC Molecular Biology , volume 12 . Abstract Background: Reference genes with stable expression are required to normalize expression differences of target genes in qPCR experiments. Several procedures and companion software have been proposed to find the most stable genes. Model based procedures are attractive because they provide a solid statistical framework. NormFinder, a widely used software, uses a model based method. The pairwise comparison procedure implemented in...
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by Tehrani, Maryam Haje Norouzali; Pestechian, Nader; Yousefi, Hoseinali; Sekhavati, Hajar; Attarzadeh, Hajar
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This article is from Dental Research Journal , volume 7 . Abstract Background:: Given the fact that bruxism is a prevalent oral habit among children and a potential destructor of oral tissues, the present study aimed to investigate the relationship between intestinal parasitic infections and bruxism among kindergarten children. Methods:: Questionnaires were administered among parents of kindergarten children in Isfahan to select 50 children identified by their parents to have the habit of...
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by Sakellariou, Vasileios I; Atsali, Erato; Starantzis, Konstantinos; Batistaki, Chrysanthi; Brozou, Triantafyllia; Pantos, Panayiotis; Stathopoulos, Konstantinos; Soultanis, Konstantinos
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This article is from Scoliosis , volume 6 . Abstract Background: Secondary systemic vasculitis after posterior spinal fusion surgery is rare. It is usually related to over-reaction of immune-system, to genetic factors, toxicity, infection or metal allergies. Case Description: A 14 year-old girl with a history of extended posterior spinal fusion due to idiopathic scoliosis presented to our department with diffuse erythema and nephritis (macroscopic hemuresis and proteinuria) 5 months post...
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This article is from Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience , volume 7 . Abstract Circadian rhythm sleep disorders (CRSDs) arise when an individual's sleep-wake rhythm mismatches the environmental 24-h schedule. Physiological data and genetic studies in patients with CRSDs suggest that these disorders result from abnormal functioning of the circadian timing system. Diagnosis involves recognition of the characteristics of CRSDs, which can be achieved by clinical interview and actigraphic monitoring...
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by Ozkan, Behzat; Konak, Belk?s; Cay?r, Atilla; Konak, Murat
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This article is from Journal of Clinical Research in Pediatric Endocrinology , volume 3 . Abstract Objective: Anogenital distances are considered to be a sensitive indicator of external genitalia exposure to factors such as anti-androgens, and/or endocrine distruptors during the prenatal period. Exposure to such factors can lead to changes in the anogenital measurements (AGM) of newborn infants. These measurements can be used to predict masculinization of the external genitalia in healthy...
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by Vasina, E M; Cauwenberghs, S; Feijge, M A H; Heemskerk, J W M; Weber, C; Koenen, R R
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This article is from Cell Death & Disease , volume 2 . Abstract Platelets shed microparticles not only upon activation, but also upon ageing by an apoptosis-like process (apoptosis-induced platelet microparticles, PMap). While the activation-induced microparticles have widely been studied, not much is known about the (patho)physiological consequences of PMap formation. Flow cytometry and scanning electron microscopy demonstrated that PMap display activated integrins and interact to form...
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by Wei, Hsiao L; Kao, Chun Wei; Wei, Sung H; Tzen, Jason TC; Chiou, Chien S
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This article is from BMC Microbiology , volume 11 . Abstract Background: Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) ribotyping is one of the globally accepted techniques for defining epidemic clones of Clostridium difficile and tracing virulence-related strains. However, the ambiguous data generated by this technique makes it difficult to compare data attained from different laboratories; therefore, a portable technique that could supersede or supplement PCR ribotyping should be developed. The current...
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This article is from Journal of Family and Community Medicine , volume 17 . Abstract Purpose:: To evaluate the concept of quality assured mobile eye services (MES) in implementing the vision 2020 initiative. Materials and Methods:: Literature review as well as the medical records of Al-Basar International Foundation (BIF) on MES. Emphasis was focused on the causes of blindness, objectives, operation, management and the benefits of MES, a critical appraisal of MES, training for MES and the...
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by Veenemans, Jacobien; Jansen, Esther JS; Baidjoe, Amrish Y; Mbugi, Erasto V; Demir, Ayse Y; Kraaijenhagen, Rob J; Savelkoul, Huub FJ; Verhoef, Hans
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This article is from Malaria Journal , volume 10 . Abstract Background: It is controversial to what degree α+-thalassaemia protects against episodes of uncomplicated malaria and febrile disease due to infections other than Plasmodium. Methods: In Tanzania, in children aged 6-60 months and height-for-age z-score < -1.5 SD (n = 612), rates of fevers due to malaria and other causes were compared between those with heterozygous or homozygotes α+-thalassaemia and those with a normal genotype,...
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by Wu, Yi-Ting; Lin, Che Yi; Tsai, Ming-Yuan; Chen, Yi-Hua; Lu, Yu-Fen; Huang, Chang-Jen; Cheng, Chao-Min; Hwang, Sheng-Ping L
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This article is from Journal of Biomedical Science , volume 18 . Abstract Background: β-Lapachone has antitumor and wound healing-promoting activities. To address the potential influences of various chemicals on heart development of zebrafish embryos, we previously treated zebrafish embryos with chemicals from a Sigma LOPAC1280™ library and found several chemicals including β-lapachone that affected heart morphogenesis. In this study, we further evaluated the effects of β-lapachone on...
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by Torrezan, Giovana T; da Silva, Felipe CC; Krepischi, Ana CV; Santos, Erika MM; de O Ferreira, Fabio; Rossi, Benedito M; Carraro, Dirce M
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This article is from BMC Medical Genetics , volume 12 . Abstract Background: MUTYH-associated polyposis (MAP) is a recessive, hereditary, colorectal cancer-predisposing syndrome caused by biallelic mutations in the MUTYH gene. Most MUTYH pathogenic variants are missense mutations, and until recently no gross genomic deletions had been described. Case Presentation: We have identified a large deletion in the MUTYH gene: a > 4.2 kb deletion encompassing exons 4-16. This is the second...
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by Dada, Mobolaji U; Okewole, Niran O; Ogun, Oluyemi C; Bello-Mojeed, Mashudat A
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This article is from BMC Pediatrics , volume 11 . Abstract Background: Definitions of burden of care stress the effect of the patient's mental illness on the family. There are generally very few studies in this environment on caregiver burden in child/adolescent mental ill-health. This study aimed to identify patient and caregiver characteristics that are associated with caregiver burden. Method: Caregivers of patients attending the Child and Adolescent Clinic of the Neuropsychiatric Hospital,...
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by Yang, Qi; Xu, Ning; Zhu, Kai; Lv, Xiaoping; Han, Ping-fang
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This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , volume 68 . Abstract In the title mol­ecule, C5H6BrN3, the pyrimidine ring is essentially planar, with an r.m.s. deviation of 0.007 Å. The Br and N atoms substituted to the pyrimidine ring are coplanar with the ring [displacements = 0.032 (1) and 0.009 (5) Å, respectively], while the methyl C atom lies 0.100 (15) Å from this plane with a dihedral angle between the pyrimidine ring and the...
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This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , volume 68 . Abstract In the title compound, C13H10Cl2N2O, the ring N atom and its three attached atoms are essentially coplanar with angles adding to 359.8°, indicating conjugation with the 2-formyl­acrylonitrile subunit. The aldehyde group is oriented to place the carbonyl O atom 2.02 (3) Å from the N—H hydrogen atom. Intra­molecular N—H⋯O and C—H⋯Cl inter­actions occur. The geometry of the...
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