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Yield of Urinary Tract Cancer Diagnosis With Repeat CT Urography in Patients With Hematuria.

OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the yield of repeat CT urography (CTU) in detecting urinary tract malignancies in patients with hematuria. MATERIALS AND METHODS. A review of 5525 patients who underwent CTU between 2000 and 2011 revealed 751 (13.6%) patients who underwent repeat CTU. We excluded 127 patients with more than 3 years between examinations, 409 with nonhematuria indications, and 13 with less than 1 year of follow-up from a negative repeat examination. An additional 54 patient...

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Yes-associated protein regulates the growth of human non-small cell lung cancer in response to matrix stiffness.

The Yes‑associated protein (YAP) transcriptional coactivator is recognized as a crucial regulator of human cancer. However, its involvement in human non‑small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in response to physical cues remains unclear. In this study, substrates with different rigidity were generated in order to evaluate the role of YAP, and its upstream regulators in the Hippo pathway, in the regulation of growth of an NSCLC cell line within particular environments. It was shown that the expression of the YAP...

Thursday 18th July 1151

YAF2 promotes TP53-mediated genotoxic stress response via stabilization of PDCD5.

Programmed cell death 5 (PDCD5) plays a crucial role in TP53-mediated apoptosis, but the regulatory mechanism of PDCD5 itself during apoptosis remains obscure. We identified YY1-associated factor 2 (YAF2) as a novel PDCD5-interacting protein in a yeast two-hybrid screen for PDCD5-interacting proteins. We found that YY1-associated factor 2 (YAF2) binds to and increases PDCD5 stability by inhibiting the ubiquitin-dependent proteosomal degradation pathway. However, knocking-down of YAF2 diminishes the levels o...

1148701

YAP as oncotarget in uveal melanoma.

Wednesday 8th July 1147

Yogurt Containing the Probacteria Lactobacillus acidophilus Combined with Natural Antioxidants Mitigates Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiomyopathy in Rats.

Probiotics and antioxidants have a definite improving effect in cardiovascular diseases. This study aims at mitigating doxorubicin toxicity on cardiac function through consuming a functional food. Five groups of adult male Sprague-Dawley rats were used along 22 weeks. Group I received 30 g/kg/day food enriched with yogurt, green tea extract, and carrots (80, 0.84, and 100 g/kg diet, respectively) from the first week, group II received carvedilol 30 mg/kg/day orally from week 17, group III received bot...

Sunday 1st March 1147

Young driver licensing: Examination of population-level rates using New Jersey's state licensing database.

Recent surveys have provided insight on the primary reasons why US teens delay licensure but are limited in their ability to estimate licensing rates and trends. State administrative licensing data are the ideal source to provide this information but have not yet been analyzed for this purpose. Our objective was to analyze New Jersey's (NJ) licensing database to: (1) describe population-based rates of licensure among 17- to 20-year-olds, overall and by gender and zip code level indicators of household incom...

Sunday 30th November 1146

You can't say that: using social media in the healthcare setting requires sound judgment.

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Young and Midlife Stroke Survivors' Experiences With the Health Services and Long-Term Follow-Up Needs.

The aim of this qualitative study was to explore young and midlife stroke survivors' experiences with the health services and to identify long-term follow-up needs. Sixteen participants from two cohorts were interviewed in-depth. The interviews were analyzed applying a hermeneutic-phenomenological analysis. The participants struggled to gain access to follow-up health services. They felt that whether they were systematically followed up was more coincidental than planned. Young and midlife stroke survivors ...

Sunday 9th October 1143

Your body, my body, our coupling moves our bodies.

Friday 1st April 1143

YpfΦ: a filamentous phage acquired by Yersinia pestis.

Yersinia pestis, the plague bacillus, has an exceptional pathogenicity for humans. The plague bacillus emerged very recently (≈3,000 years ago) from the enteropathogen Y. pseudotuberculosis. Early after its emergence, Y. pestis became infected by a filamentous phage named YpfΦ. During the microevolution of the plague bacillus, the phage remained in the various lineages as an unstable extrachromosomal element. However, in the sub branch that caused the third plague pandemic, YpfΦ integrated itself into t...

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Yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis) improves microcirculation of volunteers with high blood viscosity: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.

Elevated blood viscosity is a risk factor for atherosclerosis, thrombosis and other cardiovascular events. Our previous studies have suggested that consumption of Yerba mate tea (Ilex paraguariensis) has strong antioxidant and lipid-lowering properties in animals. The in vivo effects of Yerba mate on blood viscosity in humans, however, have not been studied.

Thursday 12th March 1141

Yoga for correction of lymphedema's impairment of gait as an adjunct to lymphatic drainage: A pilot observational study.

Yoga used as a major component of integrative treatment protocol in 14 Indian village camps improved quality-of-life in 425 lymphatic filariasis patients. They experienced better mobility and reduced disability. This paper documents the gait abnormalities observed in lower limb lymphedema patients and the locomotor changes following integrative treatment.

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You Are Lost Without A Map: Navigating the Sea of Protein Structures.

X-ray crystal structures propel biochemistry research like no other experimental method, since they answer many questions directly and inspire new hypotheses. Unfortunately, many users of crystallographic models mistake them for actual experimental data. Crystallographic models are interpretations, several steps removed from the experimental measurements, making it difficult for nonspecialists to assess the quality of the underlying data. Crystallographers mainly rely on "global" measures of data and model ...

1136992

Yokukansan, a Kampo Medicine, Protects PC12 Cells from Glutamate-Induced Death by Augmenting Gene Expression of Cystine/Glutamate Antiporter System Xc-

Effects of the kampo medicine yokukansan on gene expression of the cystine/glutamate antiporter system Xc-, which protects against glutamate-induced cytotoxicity, were examined in Pheochromocytoma cells (PC12 cells). Yokukansan inhibited glutamate-induced PC12 cell death. Similar cytoprotective effects were found in Uncaria hook. Experiments to clarify the active compounds revealed that geissoschizine methyl ether, hirsuteine, hirsutine, and procyanidin B1 in Uncaria hook, had cytoprotective effects. These ...

1136932

You Turn Me Cold: Evidence for Temperature Contagion.

During social interactions, our own physiological responses influence those of others. Synchronization of physiological (and behavioural) responses can facilitate emotional understanding and group coherence through inter-subjectivity. Here we investigate if observing cues indicating a change in another's body temperature results in a corresponding temperature change in the observer.

1136419

You Want to Inject What?

This article is a review of the authors' 32 years' experience with botulinum toxin type A (BoNTA), especially its cosmetic use. It includes a review of the relevant literature and pointers to the future.

1135520

You've Got Mail … and Need Follow-up: The Effect and Patient Perception of E-mail Follow-up Reminders After Emergency Department Discharge.

The hypothesis was that a reminder about recommended primary care physician (PCP) follow-up, sent via e-mail to patients discharged from the emergency department (ED), would increase the proportion of patients who followed up with their PCPs within the recommended time frame. Patient receptiveness to e-mail follow-up reminders was also assessed.

Friday 3rd October 1135

Yeast Mitochondrial Protein-Protein Interactions Reveal Diverse Complexes and Disease-Relevant Functional Relationships.

While detailed, focused, mechanistic analyses of associations among mitochondrial proteins (MPs) have identified their importance in varied biological processes, a systematic understanding of how MPs function in concert both with one-another, and with extra-mitochondrial proteins, remains incomplete. Perhaps consequently, many questions regarding the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in the development of human disease remain unanswered. To address this, we compiled all existing mitochondrial physical inter...

1134810

Yellowstone wolves and the forces that structure natural systems.

Since their introduction in 1995 and 1996, wolves have had effects on Yellowstone that ripple across the entire structure of the food web that defines biodiversity in the Northern Rockies ecosystem. Ecological interpretations of the wolves have generated a significant amount of debate about the relative strength of top-down versus bottom-up forces in determining herbivore and vegetation abundance in Yellowstone. Debates such as this are central to the resolution of broader debates about the role of natural ...

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Yeast Biogeography and the Effects of Species Recognition Approaches: The Case Study of Widespread Basidiomycetous Species from Birch Forests in Russia.

Understanding diversity and distribution patterns of fungi, including yeasts, ultimately depends on accuracy of species recognition. However, different approaches to yeast species recognition often result in different entities or operational taxonomic units. We studied the effects of using different yeast species recognition approaches, namely morphological species recognition (MSR) and phylogenetic species recognition (PSR), on the distribution patterns of widespread basidiomycetous yeasts. Hence, we have ...

1130469

Yang-Mills Origin of Gravitational Symmetries.

By regarding gravity as the convolution of left and right Yang-Mills theories together with a spectator scalar field in the biadjoint representation, we derive in linearized approximation, the gravitational symmetries of general covariance, p-form gauge invariance, local Lorentz invariance, and local supersymmetry from the flat space Yang-Mills symmetries of local gauge invariance and global super-Poincaré symmetry. As a concrete example, we focus on the new minimal (12+12) off shell version of simple four...

Sunday 18th October 1130

Y-shaped biotin-conjugated poly (ethylene glycol)-poly (epsilon-caprolactone) copolymer for the targeted delivery of curcumin.

In order to improve curcumin's low water-solubility and selective delivery to cancer, we reported ligand-mediated micelles based on a Y-shaped biotin-poly (ethylene glycol)-poly (epsilon-caprolactone)2 (biotin-PEG-PCL2) copolymer. Its structure was characterized by (1)H NMR. The blank and drug-loaded micelles obtained by way of thin-film hydration were characterized by dynamic light scattering, X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy and hemolytic test. Curcumin was loaded into micelles with a high encapsu...

1129659

Yemen: Fighting Neglected Tropical Diseases against All Odds.

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Young adults' lower limb neuroconduction study reference values.

Objective Establishing reference values for neuroconduction studies regarding the peroneal, tibial and sural nerves in a group of young adults. Materials and Methods Neuroconduction was tested (also known as nerve conduction velocity (NCV) tests) on 155 asymptomatic subjects' tibial, peroneal and sural nerves using current conventional techniques, after informed written consent had been obtained. Reference values were obtained and presented as averages, standard deviations and percentiles, along with their ...

Monday 27th March 1127

Yoga as an Alternative Intervention for Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle Among College Students.

Substance use and abuse continues to plague U.S. college campuses. The literature is replete with information from various disciplines on how to identify and intervene in this public health dilemma impacting college students. Identifications, treatments, and interventions are often based on Western medicine, but there is a growing movement and evidence supporting the effectiveness, value, and usefulness of Eastern therapies to combat this problem. Yoga is one Eastern intervention that has proven beneficial ...


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