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1201744

Painting pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of representations of living with chronic pain.

This study examines patients' pictorial representations of their chronic pain, alongside their accounts of those images, in order to help our understanding of their lived experience of the condition.

1201743

"My bus is here": A phenomenological exploration of "living-with-dying".

This article has 2 aims. The first is to demonstrate how the application of an innovative qualitative methodology generated novel insights into the experience of living with advanced cancer. The article's second aim is to challenge the idea that the identification of shared themes provides the researcher with access to the meaning and significance of the experience of "living-with-dying."

1201742

Renegotiating sexual intimacy in the context of altered embodiment: The experiences of women with breast cancer and their male partners following mastectomy and reconstruction.

Breast cancer diagnosis and treatments can have a profound impact upon women's well-being, body image, and sexual functioning, but less is known about the relational context of their coping and the impact upon their intimate partners. Our study focuses upon couples' experiences of breast cancer surgery, and its impact on body image and sexual intimacy.

1201741

The parents' ability to attend to the "voice of their child" with incurable cancer during the palliative phase.

In pediatric oncology, parents want, and are expected, to act and decide in the best interest of their child. A recent qualitative study (PRESENCE study) indicated that parents had difficulty in doing so. The aim of this subanalysis was to describe and offer an explanation for the parents' actions in expressing and handling of "the voice of the child."

1201740

Meaning making during parent-physician bereavement meetings after a child's death.

Our goal was to identify and describe types of meaning-making processes that occur among parents during bereavement meetings with their child's intensive care physician after their child's death in a pediatric intensive care unit.

1201739

A Conceptual Model of Morphogenesis and Regeneration.

This paper is devoted to computer modelling of the development and regeneration of multicellular biological structures. Some species (e.g. planaria and salamanders) are able to regenerate parts of their body after amputation damage, but the global rules governing cooperative cell behaviour during morphogenesis are not known. Here, we consider a simplified model organism, which consists of tissues formed around special cells that can be interpreted as stem cells. We assume that stem cells communicate with ea...

1201738

Impact of Anatomic Location on Locally Recurrent Rectal Cancer: Superior Outcome for Intraluminal Tumour Recurrence.

Local recurrence of rectal cancer after curative surgery predicts patients' prognosis. The correlation between the exact anatomic location of tumour recurrence and patients' survival is still under debate. Thus, this study aimed to investigate the impact of the exact location of recurrent rectal cancer on post-operative morbidity and survival.

1201737

Transcatheter Arterial Embolization of Ruptured Inferior Phrenic Artery Pseudoaneurysm Following Completion Gastrectomy.

A 56-year-old man underwent completion gastrectomy and regional lymphadenectomy for adenocarcinoma of the remnant stomach. Postoperatively, he developed an esophagojejunal anastomotic insufficiency associated with leakage of activated pancreatic juice, resulting in pseudoaneurysm arising from the inferior phrenic artery (IPA) with massive bleeding. Emergency angiography was performed, and the artery was successfully embolized using N-butyl cyanoacrylate. Pseudoaneurysm of the IPA is an extremely rare entity...

1201736

Outcome for Asymptomatic Recurrence Following Laparoscopic Repair of Very Large Hiatus Hernia.

Radiological follow-up following repair of large hiatus hernias have identified recurrence rates of 20-30 %, although most are small and asymptomatic. Whether patients will eventually develop clinical problems is uncertain. This study evaluated the outcome for individuals identified with an asymptomatic hiatus hernia following previous repair vs. asymptomatic controls.

1201735

Patients with ocular symptoms referred for electrodiagnosis: how many of them suffer from myasthenia gravis?

The aim of this study was the diagnosis of patients with isolated ocular manifestations (ptosis and/or diplopia) referred for electrophysiological evaluation to the electrodiagnostic laboratory of a University Neurological Department. Examination was performed either in inpatient status or in outpatient basis. We analyzed the clinical, electrophysiological and other laboratory data in 79 subjects. Myasthenia gravis (MG) was diagnosed in 38 %, 45.6 % in other diseases (Graves disease, blepharospasm, IIId c...

1201734

A 90-day Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified Rice Expressing Cry1Ab/1Ac Protein Using an Aquatic Animal Model.

In the fields of transgenic Bt rice, frogs are exposed to Bt proteins through consumption of both target and non-target insects. In the present study, we assessed the risk posed by transgenic rice expressing a Cry1Ab/1Ac fusion protein (Huahui 1, HH1) on the development of Xenopus laevis. For 90 days, froglets were fed a diet with 30% HH1 rice, 30% parental rice (Minghui 63, MH63), or no rice as a control. Body weight and length were measured every 15 days. After sacrificing the froglets, we performed a ran...

1201733

C. elegans outside the Petri dish.

The roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans has risen to the status of a top model organism for biological research in the last fifty years. Among laboratory animals, this tiny nematode is one of the simplest and easiest organisms to handle. And its life outside the laboratory is beginning to be unveiled. Like other model organisms, C. elegans has a boom-and-bust lifestyle. It feasts on ephemeral bacterial blooms in decomposing fruits and stems. After resource depletion, its young larvae enter a migratory diapause...

1201732

Cognitive Predictors and Age-Based Adverse Impact Among Business Executives.

Age differences on measures of general mental ability and specific cognitive abilities were examined in 2 samples of job applicants to executive positions as well as a mix of executive/nonexecutive positions to determine which predictors might lead to age-based adverse impact in making selection and advancement decisions. Generalizability of the pattern of findings was also investigated in 2 samples from the general adult population. Age was negatively related to general mental ability, with older executive...

1201731

Stargazing: An Integrative Conceptual Review, Theoretical Reconciliation, and Extension for Star Employee Research.

Stars-employees with disproportionately high and prolonged (a) performance, (b) visibility, and (c) relevant social capital-have garnered attention in economics, sociology, and management. However, star research is often isolated within these research disciplines. Thus, 3 distinct star research streams are evolving, each disconnected from the others and each bringing siloed theoretical perspectives, terms, and assumptions. A conceptual review of these perspectives reveals a focus on the expost effects that ...

1201730

Taking It to Another Level: Do Personality-Based Human Capital Resources Matter to Firm Performance?

Drawing on the attraction-selection-attrition perspective, strategic human resource management (SHRM) scholarship, and recent human capital research, this study explores organization-level emergence of personality (i.e., personality-based human capital resources) and its direct, interactive, and (conditional) indirect effects on organization-level outcomes based on data from 6,709 managers across 71 firms. Results indicate that organization-level mean emotional stability, extraversion, and conscientiousness...

1201729

Understanding Organizational Commitment: A Meta-Analytic Examination of the Roles of the Five-Factor Model of Personality and Culture.

We examined the relationships between the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality traits and three forms of organizational commitment (affective, normative, and continuance commitment) and their variability across individualistic and collectivistic cultures. Meta-analytic results based on 55 independent samples from 50 studies (N = 18,262) revealed that (a) all FFM traits had positive relationships with affective commitment; (b) all FFM traits had positive relationships with normative commitment; and (c) Emo...

1201728

Ideal, Nonideal, and No-Marker Variables: The Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) Marker Technique Works When It Matters.

A persistent concern in the management and applied psychology literature is the effect of common method variance on observed relations among variables. Recent work (i.e., Richardson, Simmering, & Sturman, 2009) evaluated 3 analytical approaches to controlling for common method variance, including the confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) marker technique. Their findings indicated significant problems with this technique, especially with nonideal marker variables (those with theoretical relations with substanti...

1201727

Lactobacillus rhamnosus lowers zebrafish lipid content by changing gut microbiota and host transcription of genes involved in lipid metabolism.

The microbiome plays an important role in lipid metabolism but how the introduction of probiotic communities affects host lipid metabolism is poorly understood. Using a multidisciplinary approach we addressed this knowledge gap using the zebrafish model by coupling high-throughput sequencing with biochemical, molecular and morphological analysis to evaluate the changes in the intestine. Analysis of bacterial 16S libraries revealed that Lactobacillus rhamnosus was able to modulate the gut microbiome of zebra...

1201726

Charge Transport Across DNA-based Three-Way Junctions.

DNA-based molecular electronics will require charges to be transported from one site within a 2D or 3D architecture to another. While this has been shown previously in linear, π-stacked DNA sequences, the dynamics and efficiency of charge transport across a DNA three-way junction (3WJ) have yet to be determined. Here, we present an investigation of hole transport and trapping across a DNA-based three-way junction systems by a combination of femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy and molecular dynami...

1201725

A Dual Colorimetric and Fluorescent Sensor Based on Semiconducting Polymer Dots for Ratiometric Detection of Lead Ions in Living Cells.

Recently, semiconducting polymer dots (Pdots) have become a novel type of ultrabright fluorescent probes which hold great promise in biological imaging and analytical detection. Here we developed a visual sensor based on Pdots for Pb2+ detection. We first embedded near-infrared (NIR) dyes into the matrix of poly[(9,9-dioctylfluorene)-co-2,1,3-benzothiadiazole-co-4,7-di(thiophen-2-yl)-2,1,3-benzothiadiazole] (PFBT-DBT) polymer and then capped the Pdots with polydiacetylenes (PDAs), in which parts of the PDAs...

1201724

Protolytic Cleavage of Hg-C Bonds Induced by 1-Methyl-1,3-dihydro-2H-benzimidazole-2-selone: Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Mercury Complexes.

Multinuclear ((1)H, (77)Se, and (199)Hg) NMR spectroscopy demonstrates that 1-methyl-1,3-dihydro-2H-benzimidazole-2-selone, H(sebenzim(Me)), a structural analogue of the selenoamino acid, selenoneine, binds rapidly and reversibly to the mercury centers of HgX2 (X = Cl, Br, I), while X-ray diffraction studies provide evidence for the existence of adducts of composition [H(sebenzim(Me))]xHgX2 (X = Cl, x = 2, 3, 4; X = I, x = 2) in the solid state. H(sebenzim(Me)) also reacts with methylmercury halides, but th...

1201723

Long-range versus short-range scattering in doped epitaxial graphene.

Tuning the electronic properties of graphene by adatom deposition unavoidably introduces disorder into the system, which directly affects the single-particle excitations and electrodynamics. Using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) we trace the evolution of disorder in graphene by thallium adatom deposition, and probe its effect on the electronic structure. We show that the signatures of quasiparticle scattering in the photoemission spectral function can be used to identify thallium adatoms -...

1201722

Colorectal Cancer Incidence by Age Among Patients Undergoing Surveillance Colonoscopy.

1201721

Anti-Inflammatory Screening and Molecular Modeling of Some Novel Coumarin Derivatives.

Coumarin and their derivatives have drawn much attention in the pharmacological and pharmaceutical fields due to their broad range and diverse biological activities. In the present work, starting from the 6-amino-7-hydroxy-4-methyl-2H-chromen-2-one, a series of 6-(substituted benzylamino)-7-hydroxy-4-methyl-2H-chromen-2-ones 1-11 was synthesized and assessed for their anti-inflammatory activity using the carrageenan-induced hind paw edema method. Compounds 2, 3, 4 and 9 showed significant (p < 0.001) reduct...

1201720

New 1-(3-Nitrophenyl)-5,6-dihydro-4H-1,2,4triazolo4,3-a1,5benzodiazepines: Synthesis and Computational Study.

Triazole derivatives constitute an important group of heterocyclic compounds have have been the subject of extensive study in the recent past. These compounds have shown a wide range of biological and pharmacological activities. In this work, new fused tricyclic 1-(3-nitrophenyl)-5,6-dihydro-4H-[1,2,4]triazolo[4,3-a][1,5]-benzodiazepines have been synthesized by the thermal cyclization of N'-(2,3-dihydro-1H-1,5-benzodiazepin-4-yl)-3-nitrobenzohydrazides. After screening ethanol, toluene and 1-butanol as sol...


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