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20:48 EDT 23rd April 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 26–50 of 27,000+

990325

Familial palmaris brevis spasm syndrome.

990167

FDG-PET/CT can rule out malignancy in patients with vocal cord palsy.

The aim was to investigate the performance of (18)F-fluorodeoxyglucose PET/CT to rule out malignancy in patients with confirmed vocal cord palsy (VCP). Between January 2011 and June 2013, we retrospectively included consecutive patients referred to PET/CT with paresis or paralysis of one or both vocal cords. PET/CT results were compared to clinical workup and histopathology. The study comprised 65 patients (32 females) with a mean age of 66±12 years (range 37-89). Eleven patients (17%) had antecedent cance...

990137

Formulation and physicochemical characterization of buccoadhesive microspheres containing diclofenac sodium.

Purpose: The present study involves preparation and evaluation of diclofenac buccal-mucoadhesive microparticles for prolongation of buccal residence time. Methods: The microparticles were prepared by modified double-emulsion dehydration method (O1/W/O2) using sodium carboxymethylcellulose (CMC-Na) as mucoadhesive polymer. Calcium chloride was used as a cross-linking agent. Buccal-mucoadhesive microparticles with different drug to polymers ratios were prepared and characterized by encapsulation efficiency, p...

990123

First reported cases of diffuse cutaneous leishmaniasis in human immunodeficiency virus positive patients in Jaipur District of Rajasthan, India.

Diffuse cutaneous leishmaniasis (DCL) is characterized by the presence of a large number of lesions at several anatomic sites (head, limbs and trunk). The lesions include papules, nodules and areas of diffuse infiltration that do not ulcerate and reveal abundant parasites on histopathological examination. DCL and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) co-infections are seldom reported. We report two cases of DCL in HIV positive patients without visceral involvement. DCL is emerging as a new opportunistic infect...

990114

Flexible and stretchable thin-film transistors based on molybdenum disulphide.

The outstanding physical and chemical properties of two-dimensional materials, which include graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides, have allowed significant applications in next generation electronics. In particular, atomically thin molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) is attracting widespread attention because of its large bandgap, effective carrier mobility, and mechanical strength. In addition, recent developments in large-area high-quality sample preparation methods via chemical vapour deposition have e...

990113

Fabrication of N-doped TiO2 coatings on nanoporous Si nanopillar arrays through biomimetic layer by layer mineralization.

Si/N-doped TiO2 core/shell nanopillar arrays with a nanoporous structure are fabricated through a simple protein-mediated TiO2 deposition process. The Si nanopillar arrays are used as templates and alternatively immersed in aqueous solutions of catalytic molecules (protamine, PA) and the titania precursor (titanium(iv) bis(ammonium lactato)dihydroxide, Ti-BALDH) for the layer by layer mineralization of a PA/TiO2 coating. After a subsequent calcination, a N-doped TiO2 layer is formed, and its thickness could...

990072

Feasibility of sheathless transfemoral aortic valve implantation in patients with small access vessel diameters.

We intended to show feasibility of sheathless transfemoral aortic valve implantation in patients with small access vessel diameters.

990052

Field assessment of the predation risk - food availability trade-off in crab megalopae settlement.

Settlement is a key process for meroplanktonic organisms as it determines distribution of adult populations. Starvation and predation are two of the main mortality causes during this period; therefore, settlement tends to be optimized in microhabitats with high food availability and low predator density. Furthermore, brachyuran megalopae actively select favorable habitats for settlement, via chemical, visual and/or tactile cues. The main objective in this study was to assess the settlement of Metacarcinus e...

990051

Fission yeast rad52 phosphorylation restrains error prone recombination pathways.

Rad52 is a key protein in homologous recombination (HR), a DNA repair pathway dedicated to double strand breaks and recovery of blocked or collapsed replication forks. Rad52 allows Rad51 loading on single strand DNA, an event required for strand invasion and D-loop formation. In addition, Rad52 functions also in Rad51 independent pathways because of its ability to promote single strand annealing (SSA) that leads to loss of genetic material and to promote D-loops formation that are cleaved by Mus81 endonucle...

990009

Foot tapping test for lower extremity motor function of cervical spondylotic myelopathy.

Objective: To investigate the standard value of foot tapping test (FTT) in healthy population and FTT for lower extremity motor function in patients with cervical compressive myelopathy. Methods: Totally 124 patients [68 males, (58.49±14.60) years old; 56 females, (57.55±18.27) years old] diagnosed of cervical myelopathy and 160 healthy volunteers [80 males, (45.43±17.98) years old; 80 females, (45.2±17.47) years old] participated in our study. The patients who underwent surgery were evaluated both befo...

989963

Four Types of Barriers to Adherence of Antiretroviral Therapy are Associated with Decreased Adherence Over Time.

The objectives of this study were to understand how different types of barriers to adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) were related and their differential impact on objectively measured adherence over time. Data from 151 patients taking ART were used to describe four sub-types of self-reported adherence barriers: medication and health concerns (MHC), stigma (S), family responsibilities (FR), and problems with schedule and routine (PSR). Generalized linear models with generalized estimating equations (...

989959

From normal to nightmare.

989952

Family, Friends, and Cancer: The Overwhelming Effects of Brain Cancer on a Child's Life.

989887

Four impacted canines in an adult patient: A challenge in orthodontics.

This case report illustrates the management of four impacted canines in an adult patient associated with prolonged retention of the four deciduous teeth. The treatment plan was formulated to extract the lower deciduous teeth, application of the forced eruption with the permanent canines, and extract the upper permanent canines and maintenance of the maxillary deciduous canines. No reshaping of the maxillary deciduous teeth was performed because the patient was satisfied with the results.

989852

Functional disability among elderly persons in a rural area of Haryana.

Background: The number and proportion of elderly persons is increasing, in India, as well as the world. Disability is an important indicator to measure disease burden in this group. While some chronic conditions may not be amenable to complete cure, their functional disabilities can be improved with timely and appropriate management. Objectives: The objective of the following study is to estimate the prevalence of functional disability and study its association with socio-demographic variables and self-repo...

989759

Feasibility of hydrofluoric acid etched sand particles for enrichment and determination of polychlorinated biphenyls at trace levels in environmental water samples.

This study aims to investigate the feasibility of etched sand particles being used as solid-phase extraction adsorbents to enrich polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which are typical persistent organic pollutants in the environment, at trace levels. Gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry was selected to detect the compounds. Etched sand particles exhibited excellent merits on the enrichment of PCBs. Related important factors affecting extraction efficiencies were investigated and optimized in detail. Un...

989627

Fracture in a middle-aged man: uncovering the inside story.

989595

Factors Predicting Rotator Cuff Retears: An Analysis of 1000 Consecutive Rotator Cuff Repairs.

BACKGROUND:The rate of retears after rotator cuff repair varies from 11% to 94%. A retear is associated with poorer subjective and objective clinical outcomes than intact repair. PURPOSE:This study was designed to determine which preoperative and/or intraoperative factors held the greatest association with retears after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. STUDY DESIGN:Cohort study; Level of evidence, 3. METHODS:This study retrospectively evaluated 1000 consecutive patients who had undergone a primary rotator...

989583

Force feeding forces us to confront our professional ethical obligations.

989485

Furosemide and Potassium Chloride-induced Alteration in Protein Profile of Left Ventricle and its Associated Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death.

Potassium ion (K(+)) plays an essential role in maintaining the electrical potential across the plasma membrane of cells. An abnormal serum K(+) level is associated with increased risk of ventricular arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death (SCD) and these patients are generally prescribed with furosemide and potassium chloride (KCl). We explored the association between the use of these drugs and the risk of SCD by analyzing biochemical parameters and proteomic changes.

989384

Free-fatty-acid-regulating effects of fermented red ginseng are mediated by hormones and by the autonomic nervous system.

Understanding what causes changes in the flux of free fatty acids (FFA) is important to elucidate the etiology of metabolic syndrome. The first aim of this study was to test whether or not hormones and the autonomic nervous system influence blood FFA levels. A secondary aim was to test by means of a multiple group path analysis whether the consumption of fermented red ginseng (FRG; Panax ginseng) would influence those causal relationships.

989286

Feasibility of Early and Repeated Low-dose Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block for Residual Pain in Acute Cervical Radiculopathy Treated with NSAIDS.

To improve residual pain management in acute cervical radiculopathy treated with NSAIDs, the feasibility of early and repeated low-dose interscalene brachial plexus block (IS-BPB) needs to be assessed.

989262

Family with sequence similarity 107: A family of stress responsive small proteins with diverse functions in cancer and the nervous system (Review).

Under conditions of acute stress, rapid adaptation is crucial for maximizing biological survival. The responses to environmental stress are often complex, involving numerous genes and integrating events at the cellular and organismal levels. The heat shock proteins (HSPs) are a family of highly conserved proteins that play critical roles in maintaining cell homeostasis and protecting cells under chronic and acute stress conditions. The genes for these stress-responding proteins are widely distributed in org...

989171

FOXO3 Promotes Quiescence in Adult Muscle Stem Cells during the Process of Self-Renewal.

Skeletal muscle stem cells, or "satellite cells" (SCs), are required for the regeneration of damaged muscle tissue. Although SCs self-renew during regeneration, the mechanisms that govern SC re-entry into quiescence remain elusive. We show that FOXO3, a member of the forkhead family of transcription factors, is expressed in quiescent SCs (QSCs). Conditional deletion of Foxo3 in QSCs impairs self-renewal and increases the propensity of SCs to adopt a differentiated fate. Transcriptional analysis of SCs lacki...

989065

Formation of elongated fascicle-inspired 3D tissues consisting of high-density, aligned cells using sacrificial outer molding.

The majority of muscles, nerves, and tendons are composed of fiber-like fascicle morphology. Each fascicle has a) elongated cells highly aligned with the length of the construct, b) a high volumetric cell density, and c) a high length-to-width ratio with a diameter small enough to facilitate perfusion. Fiber-like fascicles are important building blocks for forming tissues of various sizes and cross-sectional shapes, yet no effective technology is currently available for producing long and thin fascicle-like...


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