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06:16 EDT 30th September 2016 | BioPortfolio

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Diffuse Tracheal Papillomatosis.

Correlating Prenatal Imaging Findings of Fetal Ventriculomegaly with the Need for Surgical Intervention in the First 3 Months after Birth.

This study evaluates the predictive value of prenatal imaging measurements regarding the need for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) diversion for fetal hydrocephalus in the first 3 months after birth.

Spherical, Dimpled and Crumpled Hybrid Colloids with Tunable Surface Morphology.

Surface morphology is a tool to tune physical properties of colloidal suspensions such as the wettability, viscoelasticity and depletion attractions. Existing synthesis methods to obtain colloids with a rough surface morphology often result in colloids with non-tunable surface properties. Here, we developed a synthetic approach to obtain both spherical and shape-anisotropic hybrid colloids with tunable surface morphology. With our approach monodisperse linear polystyrene colloids, obtained in large quantiti...

Endoscopic Diagnosis of the Invasion Depth of T1 Colorectal Carcinoma for Endoscopic Resection by Using Narrow-Band Imaging Magnification as Total Excisional Biopsy.

We established a new colorectal T1 invasion depth sub-classification and evaluated it to determine whether total excisional biopsy can be performed on colorectal carcinoma (CRC) cases using narrow-band imaging (NBI) magnification.

Al-Pd Nanodisk Heterodimers as Antenna-Reactor Photocatalysts.

Photocatalysis uses light energy to drive chemical reactions. Conventional industrial catalysts are made of transition metal nanoparticles that interact only weakly with light, while metals such as Au, Ag, and Al that support surface plasmons interact strongly with light but are poor catalysts. By combining plasmonic and catalytic metal nanoparticles, the plasmonic "antenna" can couple light into the catalytic "reactor". This interaction induces an optical polarization in the reactor nanoparticle, forcing a...

Risk Factors and Prognosis of Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 1 in Elderly Chinese Patients: A Retrospective Observational Cohort Study.

Cardiorenal syndrome type 1 (CRS1) is a syndrome characterized by a rapid worsening of cardiac function leading to acute kidney injury (AKI). The aims of this study were to investigate the risk factors and the prognosis of CRS1 in elderly patients.

Radiosensitization of oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma by nanosecond pulsed electric fields (nsPEFs).

Nanosecond pulsed electric fields (nsPEFs) are a non-thermal and non-toxic technology that induce a myriad of biological effects. They have been proven to be effective in tumor shrinkage, but few studies focus on its radiosensitization in oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma. The purpose of this research was to study the radiosensitization effect of nsPEFs on a human oral tongue cancer cell line Tca8113 and to investigate the potential antitumor mechanism. A Tca8113 cell line was tested respectively by MTT a...

Neuropsychological assessment of executive functions following pediatric traumatic brain injury.

Assessment of executive functions in the adult is best captured at the stage where full maturation of brain development occurs. Assessment of executive functions of children, however, is considerably more complicated. First, assessment of executive functioning in children represents a snapshot of these developing functions at a particular time linked stage, which may have implications for further development. Second, neuropsychological measures available to assess executive functions in children are limited...

Inhaler Technique in Asthma: How Does It Relate to Patients' Preferences and Attitudes Toward Their Inhalers?

Correct inhaler technique can increase medication efficacy, reducing both dose and side effects. Patient preference for inhaler device has not been fully explored, and we hypothesized that if patients have a preference and can choose their inhaler, they might be more likely to use it correctly. Our aim was to determine the preferences, attitudes, and perceptions of patients with asthma toward their inhalers, and to evaluate whether any of these factors were related to inhalation technique.

Folic acid supports pluripotency and reprogramming by regulating LIF-STAT3 and MAPK-ERK signaling.

Pluripotent stem cells act as an excellent cell source for disease therapy because of its specific characteristics of self-renewal and differentiation. Pluripotent stem cells are heterogeneous, consisting of naïve stem cells as well as primed epiblast stem cells. However, the strategies and mechanisms of maintaining naïve pluripotent stem cells remain unclear. In this study, we found that folic acid (FA) sustained mouse embryonic stem cell (ESC) pluripotency and enabled long-term maintenance of the naïve...

The future of lipid guidelines.

Factors influencing guideline development may result in paradigm shifts in treatment recommendations.

New oral agents for treating dyslipidemia.

We provide an overview of orally administered lipid-lowering therapies under development.

Human microbiome as therapeutic intervention target to reduce cardiovascular disease risk.

The absolute burden of cardiovascular risk remains high despite currently available preventive and therapeutic options. In search for novel therapeutic leads, mounting evidence has linked the gut microbiota as well as their metabolites to the development of cardiometabolic diseases.

Pharmacogenomic approaches to lipid-regulating trials.

Randomized clinical outcome trials are costly, long, and often yield neutral or modestly positive results, and these issues have impeded cardiovascular drug development in the past decade. Despite the significant reduction of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality with statins, substantial residual risk of major cardiovascular events remains. This could be because of the difficulty of demonstrating benefits of new drugs in addition to the current standard of care in unselected populations as well as the int...

Clinical trials with cholesteryl ester transfer protein inhibitors.

Inhibition of cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) has received considerable interest by virtue of its favorable effects on atherogenic and protective lipid parameters. The impact of CETP inhibitors in large clinical outcome trials will be reviewed.

Effects of hydrogel stiffness and extracellular compositions on modulating cartilage regeneration by mixed populations of stem cells and chondrocytes in vivo.

Cell-based therapies offer a great promise for repairing cartilage. Previous strategies often involve using a single cell population such as stem cells or chondrocytes. Mixed cell population may offer an alternative strategy for cartilage regeneration while overcoming donor scarcity. We have recently reported that adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) can catalyze neocartilage formation by neonatal chondrocytes (NChons) when mixed co-cultured in 3D hydrogels in vitro. However, it remains unknown how the bioche...

Formal Diagnosis.

Mentorship in Melville.

Comparison of exercise training effect with different robotic devices for upper limb rehabilitation: a retrospective study.

Several robotic devices have been proposed for upper limb rehabilitation, but they differ in terms of application fields and the technical solutions implemented.

Time to decannulation and associated risk factors in the post-acute rehabilitation of critically ill patients with intensive care unit-acquired weakness: a cohort study.

Treatment of critical illness on intensive-care-units (ICU) results often in persistent invasive endotracheal intubation which might delay rehabilitation and increases the risk of mortality. Recent longitudinal studies have described the recovery of critically ill people, but the detailed time course of decannulation in patients with chronic critical illness with ICU- acquired muscle weakness (ICUAW) is not well known.

In pursuit of change: Conceptualizing the social work response to LGBTQ microaggressions in health settings.

Despite the emergence of research on microaggressions targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) communities in recent years, there remains an insufficiency of theoretical literature in this area. In this article, we draw on the works of Michel Foucault to conceptualize the effects of microaggressive practices on LGBTQ people accessing health and other social services, and generate insight into strategies these groups use to resist these effects. We emphasize the need for s...

Monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of Ebola virus disease.

Introduction To date, the management of patients with suspected or confirmed Ebolavirus disease (EVD) depends on quarantine, symptomatic management and supportive care, as there are no approved vaccines or treatments available for human use. However, accelerated by the recent large outbreak in West Africa, significant progress has been made towards vaccine development but also towards specific treatment with convalescent plasma and monoclonal antibodies. Areas covered We describe recent developments in mono...

Immunohistochemical localization of androgen receptors in female mole rat (Spalax leucodon) tissues.

Androgens exert their effects through androgen receptors (AR) in tissues. We investigated the distribution of AR in female mole rat tissues. Tissues were excised, fixed with 10% formalin and embedded in paraffin. Sections were stained after microwave antigen retrieval for immunohistochemistry. Immunostaining of AR immunostaining was detected in the nucleus or cytoplasm of the cells in the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, anterior pituitary, lung, liver, uterus and skin. Granulosa and some thecal cells in the ov...

Myelodysplastic/myeloproliferative neoplasms: a disease in need of recognition.

Is Estrogen the Antidote for Menopausal Depression?


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