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1189900

Yet more on Pecs block nomenclature.

1188725

Young people are drinking less: It is time to find out why.

1188652

Yeast Golden Gate (yGG) for efficient assembly of S. cerevisiae transcription units.

We have adapted the Golden Gate DNA assembly method to the assembly of transcription units (TUs) for the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, in a method we call yeast Golden Gate (yGG). yGG allows for the easy assembly of TUs consisting of promoters (PRO), coding sequences (CDS), and terminators (TER). Carefully designed overhangs exposed by digestion with a type IIS restriction enzyme enable virtually seamless assembly of TUs that, in principle, contain all the information necessary to express a gene of intere...

1188429

Y-Box Binding Protein 1 (YB-1) Promotes Detection of DNA Bulky Lesions by XPC-HR23B Factor.

The nucleotide excision repair system (NER) is one of the main mechanisms protecting cellular DNA from lesions caused by such significant environmental factors as UV radiation, the influence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and medical treatment by several antitumor drugs, e.g. cisplatin. One of the major NER components is XPC-HR23B, the key factor during the damage recognition step of repair. Binding of XPC-HR23B to DNA that contains different bulky lesions impairing the structure of DNA is the basis f...

Friday 23rd April 1187

Youth Suicide and Access to Guns.

Thursday 8th April 1187

Young people.

Background Young people in regional and rural Queensland have difficulty accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Young people's views regarding barriers and enablers for accessing SRH services and markers of quality are largely unknown. Methods: Young people's perceptions regarding SRH services are explored through a cross-sectional study via eight reference group meetings and an electronic survey in four sites: Atherton Tablelands, Rockhampton, Toowoomba and Townsville. The survey, develop...

1186626

Young adults who mix alcohol with energy drinks: Typology of risk-taking behaviour.

Contrary to predictions, several studies have shown that people who consume alcohol mixed with energy drinks (AmED) display low odds of risk-taking during AmED versus alcohol drinking sessions. However, these results are based on treating AmED consumers as a homogeneous group. The aim of the present study was to determine typologies of AmED risk-taking behaviour amongst consumers, as well as identifying correlates of AmED risk-taking class membership.

1186442

Year in review: basic science.

1186441

Year in review: urticaria and angioedema.

1186440

Year in review: upper respiratory diseases.

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Year in review: asthma.

1186438

Year in review: allergen immunotherapy.

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Year in review: pediatric allergy and asthma, excluding food allergy.

1186384

Young Adult Smokers' and Prior-Smokers' Evaluations of Novel Tobacco Warning Images.

Introduction On-pack warning labels represent a very cost-effective means of communicating with smokers, who potentially see warnings each time they retrieve a cigarette. Warning labels have traditionally depicted graphic health consequences of smoking but emerging evidence suggests the distal consequences shown may prove less effective in prompting cessation among young adults. We used an novel micro-survey approach to compare novel and traditional warnings, and provide an empirical foundation for a larger...

Tuesday 7th October 1185

Yip1A, a Novel Host Factor for the Activation of the IRE1 Pathway of the Unfolded Protein Response during Brucella Infection.

Brucella species replicate within host cells in the form of endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-derived vacuoles. The mechanisms by which the bacteria are sequestered into such vacuoles and obtain a continuous membrane supply for their replication remain to be elucidated. In the present study, we provided several lines of evidence that demonstrate the mechanism by which B. abortus acquires the ER-derived membrane. First, during Brucella infection, the IRE1 pathway, but not the PERK and ATF6 pathways, of the unfolded...

1184480

Yolk Bi-shell MnxCo1-xFe2O4 Hollow Microspheres and Their Embedded Form in Carbon for Highly Reversible Lithium Storage.

Yolk-shell hollow structure of transition metal oxides have many applications in lithium-ion batteries and catalysis. However, it is still a big challenge to fabricate uniform hollow microspheres with yolk bi-shell structure for mixed transition metal oxides and their supported or embedded forms in carbon microspheres with superior lithium storage properties. Here we report a new approach to the synthesis of manganese cobalt iron oxides/carbon (MnxCo1-xFe2O4 (0 ≤ x ≤ 1)) microspheres through carbonizati...

1181736

Young key populations and HIV: a special emphasis and consideration in the new WHO Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care for Key Populations.

1180669

Yawning in Depression: Worth Looking Into.

Yawning often occurs during states of increased sleep propensity. Depression is associated with sleep problems and tiredness. The aim of this paper is to review the present knowledge about possible changes of yawning during an episode of major depression (MD) and to report data on yawning from an online depression forum comprising of 450 000 postings. A literature search did not reveal any study about yawning in people with MD when compared to controls. However, there is evidence for an increased frequenc...

1179531

Your morality, my mortality.

Recently the scope of protections afforded those healthcare professionals and institutions that refuse to provide certain interventions on the grounds of conscience have expanded, in some instances insulating providers (institutional and individual) from any liability or sanction for harms that patients experience as a result. With the exponential increase in the penetration of Catholic-affiliated healthcare across the country, physicians and nurses who are not practicing Catholics are nevertheless required...

1179480

You have my word: reciprocity expectation modulates feedback-related negativity in the trust game.

Promise is one of the most powerful tools producing trust and facilitating cooperation, and sticking to the promise is deemed as a key social norm in social interactions. The present study explored the extent to which promise would influence investors' decision-making in the trust game where promise had no predictive value regarding trustees' reciprocation. In addition, we examined the neural underpinnings of the investors' outcome processing related to the trustees' promise keeping and promise breaking. Co...

1178583

Your Own Sweet Time: Discontinuing Ventilator Support at Home.

Wednesday 12th September 1178

Yb7Ni4InGe12: a quaternary compound having mixed valent Yb atoms grown from indium flux.

The new intermetallic compound Yb7Ni4InGe12 was obtained as large silver needle shaped single crystals from reactive indium flux. Single crystal X-ray diffraction suggests that Yb7Ni4InGe12 crystallizes in the Yb7Co4InGe12 structure type, and tetragonal space group P4/m and lattice constants are a = b = 10.291(2) Å and c = 4.1460(8) Å. The crystal structure of Yb7Ni4InGe12 consists of columnar units of three different types of channels filled with the Yb atoms. The crystal structure of Yb7Ni4InGe12 is clo...

1177908

Your Microbes at Work: Fiber Fermenters Keep Us Healthy.

1177631

Yoga Interventions in Pregnancy: A Qualitative Review.

Objectives: Every second 4.3 births occur in the world, signifying the magnitude and importance of pregnancy. This study looked at yoga interventions done from 2008 to December 2013 and examined whether yoga can be an efficacious approach for influencing maternal and birth outcomes in pregnancy. Design: A systematic search of MEDLINE (PubMed), CINAHL, Alt HealthWatch, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and ACP Journal Club databases was conducted for quantitative articles of pregnancy involving all sc...

1176760

Yeast β-1,6-glucan is a primary target for the Saccharomyces cerevisiae K2 toxin.

Certain Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains secrete different killer proteins of double-stranded RNA origin. These proteins confer a growth advantage to their host by increasing its survival. K2 toxin affects the target cell by binding to the cell surface, disrupting the plasma membrane integrity, and inducing ion leakage. In this study, we have determined that K2 toxin saturates the yeast cell surface receptors in 10 minutes. The apparent amount of K2 toxin, bound to a single cell of wild type yeast under sat...


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