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Young Investigators in Toxicology: Is There a Crisis?

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YKL-40/c-Met Expression in Rectal Cancer Biopsies Predicts Tumor Regression following Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy: A Multi-Institutional Study.

Neoadjuvant chemo-radiotherapy (CRT) followed by surgical resection is the standard treatment for locally advanced rectal cancer, although complete tumor pathological regression is achieved in only up to 30% of cases. A clinicopathological and molecular predictive stratification of patients with advanced rectal cancer is still lacking. Here, c-Met and YKL-40 have been studied as putative predictors of CRT response in rectal cancer, due to their reported involvement in chemoradioresistance in various solid t...

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Yes We Can(nulate).

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York-Mason repair of recto-urethral fistula.

Sunday 21st October 1212

Your chance to quiz a potential future UK health secretary.

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You did not mean it: Perceived good intentions alleviate sense of unfairness.

Previous research has reported that feedback-related negativity (FRN) may represent the degree of perceived unfairness in the ultimatum game (UG). However, few studies have incorporated intention-related consideration in examining the neural correlates of fairness perception. To address this issue, the present study introduced an intentional UG paradigm to disentangle the effect of perceived intention from fairness concerns, using an event-related potential (ERP) analysis. Consistent with the hypothesis, th...

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Yeast dual-affinity biobricks: Progress towards renewable whole-cell biosensors.

Point-of-care (POC) diagnostic biosensors offer a promising solution to improve healthcare, not only in developed parts of the world, but also in resource limited areas that lack adequate medical infrastructure and trained technicians. However, in remote and resource limited settings, cost and storage of traditional POC immunoassays often limit actual deployment. Synthetically engineered biological components ("BioBricks") provide an avenue to reduce costs and simplify assay procedures. In this article, the...

Wednesday 28th April 1210

YM155, a selective survivin inhibitor, reverses chronic hypoxic pulmonary hypertension in rats via upregulating voltage-gated potassium channels.

To test the hypothesis that chronic hypoxic pulmonary hypertension (CH-PH) is associated with increased survivin and decreased voltage-gated potassium (KV) channels expression in pulmonary arteries, rats were randomized as: normoxia (N); normoxia + YM155, survivin suppressor (NY); hypoxia (H); hypoxia + YM155 (HY). HY group had significantly reduced pulmonary arterial pressure, right ventricular weight and right ventricular hypertrophy compared with H group. Survivin mRNA and protein were detected i...

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Yacon roots (Smallanthus sonchifolius) improve oxidative stress in diabetic rats.

Smallanthus sonchifolius (Poepp. and Endl.) H. Robinson, Asteraceae (yacon) roots are a natural product recognized by the traditional medicine to treat diabetes-related problems. There are no reports concerning the potential of yacon roots to reduce oxidative stress and ameliorate diabetes complications in diabetic animals.

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Yinchenhao decoction in the treatment of cholestasis: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Yinchenhao decoction, a well-known Chinese herbal formula, has been widely used in Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. However, no systematic review of Yinchenhao decoction in treating cholestasis has been completed. This study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the Yinchenhao decoction in treating cholestasis.

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Yes, But Does It Produce Better Doctors?

Friday 10th August 1207

Yields and Utility of Endoscopic Ultrasonography-Guided 19-Gauge Trucut Biopsy versus 22-Gauge Fine Needle Aspiration for Diagnosing Gastric Subepithelial Tumors.

To evaluate the yields and utility of 19-gauge (G) Trucut biopsy (TCB) versus 22 G fine needle aspiration (FNA) for diagnosing gastric subepithelial tumors (SETs).

Tuesday 28th December 1204

Yoga in Sedentary Adults with Arthritis: Effects of a Randomized Controlled Pragmatic Trial.

To evaluate the effect of Integral-based hatha yoga in sedentary people with arthritis.

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Young Patients with Suspected Uncomplicated Renal Colic are Unlikely to Have Dangerous Alternative Diagnoses or Need Emergent Intervention.

In the United States there is debate regarding the appropriate first test for new-onset renal colic, with non-contrast helical computed tomography (CT) receiving the highest ratings from both Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the American Urological Association. This is based not only on its accuracy for the diagnosis of renal colic, but also its ability to diagnose other surgical emergencies, which have been thought to occur in 10-15% of patients with suspected renal colic, based on previous s...

Monday 28th April 1203

You Cannot Go Home: Routine Concussion Evaluation Is Not Enough.

Traditional care of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) is to discharge patients from the emergency department (ED) if they have a Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) of 15 and a normal head computed tomography (CT) scan. However, this does not address short-term neurocognitive deficits. Our hypothesis is that a notable percentage of patients will need outpatient neurocognitive therapy despite a reassuring initial presentation. This is a retrospective review of patients with MTBI at an urban Level I trauma center. Incl...

Sunday 21st April 1202

Young's Modulus, Residual Stress, and Crystal Orientation of Doubly Clamped Silicon Nanowire Beams.

Initial or residual stress plays an important role in nano-electronics. Valley de- generacy in silicon nanowires (SiNWs) is partially lifted due to built-in stresses and, consequently, electron-phonon scattering rate is reduced and device mobility and per- formance are improved. In this study we use a non-linear model describing the force- deflection relationship to extract the Young's modulus, the residual stress, and the crystallographic growth orientation of SiNW beams. Measurements were performed on su...

1200394

Yazzie.

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Yoga may Improve Cardiac and Metabolic Risk Factors.

According to this study.

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YAP Enhances Autophagic Flux to Promote Breast Cancer Cell Survival in Response to Nutrient Deprivation.

The Yes-associated protein (YAP), a transcriptional coactivator inactivated by the Hippo tumor suppressor pathway, functions as an oncoprotein in a variety of cancers. However, its contribution to breast cancer remains controversial. This study investigated the role of YAP in breast cancer cells under nutrient deprivation (ND). Here, we show that YAP knockdown sensitized MCF7 breast cancer cells to nutrient deprivation-induced apoptosis. Furthermore, in response to ND, YAP increased the autolysosome degrada...

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YAP forms autocrine loops with the ERBB pathway to regulate ovarian cancer initiation and progression.

Mechanisms underlying ovarian cancer initiation and progression are unclear. Herein, we report that the Yes-associated protein (YAP), a major effector of the Hippo tumor suppressor pathway, interacts with ERBB signaling pathways to regulate the initiation and progression of ovarian cancer. Immunohistochemistry studies indicate that YAP expression is associated with poor clinical outcomes in patients. Overexpression or constitutive activation of YAP leads to transformation and tumorigenesis in human ovarian ...

Monday 16th November 1197

You can detect the trees as well as the forest when adding the leaves: Evidence from visual search tasks containing three-level hierarchical stimuli.

The present study investigated how multiple levels of hierarchical stimuli (i.e., global, intermediate and local) are processed during a visual search task. Healthy adults participated in a visual search task in which a target was either present or not at one of the three levels of hierarchical stimuli (global geometrical form made by intermediate forms themselves constituted by local forms). By varying the number of distractors, the results showed that targets presented at global and intermediate levels we...

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YCZ-18 Is a New Brassinosteroid Biosynthesis Inhibitor.

Plant hormone brassinosteroids (BRs) are a group of polyhydroxylated steroids that play critical roles in regulating broad aspects of plant growth and development. The structural diversity of BRs is generated by the action of several groups of P450s. Brassinazole is a specific inhibitor of C-22 hydroxylase (CYP90B1) in BR biosynthesis, and the application use of brassinazole has emerged as an effective way of complementing BR-deficient mutants to elucidate the functions of BRs. In this article, we report a ...

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Yeast Three-Hybrid Screen Identifies TgBRADIN/GRA24 as a Negative Regulator of Toxoplasma gondii Bradyzoite Differentiation.

Differentiation of the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii into its latent bradyzoite stage is a key event in the parasite's life cycle. Compound 2 is an imidazopyridine that was previously shown to inhibit the parasite lytic cycle, in part through inhibition of parasite cGMP-dependent protein kinase. We show here that Compound 2 can also enhance parasite differentiation, and we use yeast three-hybrid analysis to identify TgBRADIN/GRA24 as a parasite protein that interacts directly or indirectly with the c...

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Yersinia pestis Activates Both IL-1β and IL-1 Receptor Antagonist to Modulate Lung Inflammation during Pneumonic Plague.

Pneumonic plague is the most rapid and lethal form of Yersinia pestis infection. Increasing evidence suggests that Y. pestis employs multiple levels of innate immune evasion and/or suppression to produce an early "pre-inflammatory" phase of pulmonary infection, after which the disease is highly inflammatory in the lung and 100% fatal. In this study, we show that IL-1β/IL-18 cytokine activation occurs early after bacteria enter the lung, and this activation eventually contributes to pulmonary inflammation a...

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Yy1 Gene Dosage Effect and Bi-Allelic Expression of Peg3.

In the current study, we tested the in vivo effects of Yy1 gene dosage on the Peg3 imprinted domain with various breeding schemes utilizing two sets of mutant alleles. The results indicated that a half dosage of Yy1 coincides with the up-regulation of Peg3 and Zim1, suggesting a repressor role of Yy1 in this imprinted domain. This repressor role of Yy1 is consistent with the observations derived from previous in vitro studies. The current study also provided an unexpected observation that the maternal allel...


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