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14:23 EDT 25th July 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 51–75 of 900

1019948

Young blood rejuvenates old brains.

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You are what you eat: fatty acid profiles as a method to track the habitat movement of an insect.

Tracking the movement of small organisms is of tremendous importance to understanding the ecology of populations, communities, and ecosystems. However, it remains one of the most difficult challenges facing the field of movement ecology. We developed an intrinsic marking technique for tracking small organisms using dietary fatty acid profiles as a biomarker as well as for clarifying source-sink dynamics between populations on a landscape level. Navel orangeworm moths (NOW), Amyelois transitella (Walker) (Le...

1011953

Yonder: Grandparenthood, rural health, diabetes, & perinatal psychiatry.

1011444

Yeast cell surface display of linoleic acid isomerase from Propionibacterium acnes and its application for the production of trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid.

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a family of geometric and positional isomers of linoleic acid, has many health-promoting properties. Different isomers of CLA may have very different physiological effects. Here, we explore the possibility to produce single isomer of CLA using biocatalysis based on displayed biocatalysts on the yeast cell surfaces. A reporter system used to assess gene expression and protein distribution was established by combining the egfp gene to the N-terminus of Propionibacterium acnes p...

1010715

Yiqi Huoxue Recipe Improves Heart Function through Inhibiting Apoptosis Related to Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Myocardial Infarction Model of Rats.

Objective. To explore the mechanism of cardioprotective effects of Chinese medicine, Yiqi Huoxue recipe, in rats with myocardial infarction- (MI-) induced heart failure. Methods. Male Sprague-Dawley rats underwent left anterior descending artery (LAD) ligation or sham operation. The surviving MI rats were divided randomly into three groups: MI (5 mL/kg/d NS by gavage), MI + Metoprolol Tartrate (MT) (12 mg/kg/d MT by gavage), and MI + Yiqi Huoxue (5 mL/kg recipe by gavage). And the sham operation rats...

1010687

Youth Ice Hockey Injuries Over 16 Years at a Pediatric Trauma Center.

Youth ice hockey is an exciting sport with growing participation in the United States. Updated assessment of injury patterns is needed to determine risk factors for severe injury and develop preventive efforts. The purpose of this study was to evaluate our experience as a level 1 pediatric trauma center in Minnesota treating injured youth ice hockey players.METHODS: Children ≤18 years old who presented to our institution from July 1997 to July 2013 with an injury sustained while participating in ice hocke...

Saturday 19th October 1010

Yeast Phosphofructokinase-1 Subunit Pfk2p is Necessary for pH Homeostasis and Glucose-Dependent V-ATPase Reassembly.

V-ATPases are conserved ATP-driven proton pumps that acidify organelles. Yeast V-ATPase assembly and activity are glucose-dependent. Glucose depletion causes V-ATPase disassembly and its inactivation. Glucose re-addition triggers reassembly and resumes proton transport and organelle acidification. We investigated the roles of the yeast phosphofructokinase-1 subunits Pfk1p and Pfk2p for V-ATPase function. The pfk1Δ and pfk2Δ mutants grew on glucose and assembled wild-type levels of V-ATPase pumps at the me...

1008970

Youth Repeatedly Hospitalized for DKA: Proof of Concept for Novel Interventions in Children's Healthcare (NICH).

1008624

Yellow color upon dermatoscopy does not exclude melanoma!

1008560

YfgM is an Ancillary Subunit of the SecYEG Translocon in Escherichia coli.

Protein secretion in Gram-negative bacteria is essential for both cell viability and pathogenesis. The vast majority of secreted proteins exit the cytoplasm through a transmembrane conduit called the Sec translocon in a process that is facilitated by ancillary modules, such as SecA, SecDF-YajC, YidC and PpiD. In this study we have characterised YfgM, a protein with no annotated function. We found it to be a novel ancillary subunit of the Sec translocon as it co-purifies with both PpiD and the SecYEG translo...

Sunday 16th January 1008

Youth exposure to alcohol advertising on television in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany.

Exposure of young people to alcohol advertising is a risk factor for underage drinking. This study assessed youth exposure to television alcohol advertising in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany, from December 2010 to May 2011.

1006548

Ypt1 suppresses defects of vesicle trafficking and autophagy in Ypt6 related mutants.

Ypt/Rab GTPases coordinately regulate vesicle trafficking in yeasts. Previously, Ypt1 was shown to suppress growth defects of Ypt6 and its related mutants (ypt6ts, ric1∆, rgp1∆, ric1∆rgp1∆), but the physiological role of this suppression has not been well studied. We have investigated the effects of Ypt1 on two major trafficking pathways, vesicle trafficking and autophagy, in Ypt6 related mutants. Ypt1 restores Snc1 transport to the plasma membrane via Golgi in the exocytic pathway in Ypt6 related m...

1005655

Yeast identification by DNA sequencing in an undergraduate mycology laboratory.

Saturday 27th May 1003

YY1 is indispensable for Lgr5+ intestinal stem cell renewal.

The intestinal stem cell fuels the highest rate of tissue turnover in the body and has been implicated in intestinal disease and cancer; understanding the regulatory mechanisms controlling intestinal stem cell physiology is of great importance. Here, we provide evidence that the transcription factor YY1 is essential for intestinal stem cell renewal. We observe that YY1 loss skews normal homeostatic cell turnover, with an increase in proliferating crypt cells and a decrease in their differentiated villous pr...

1001993

Yangjing Capsule Extract Promotes Proliferation of GC-1 Spg Cells.

Objective. To investigate the effect of Yangjing Capsule (YC) extract on proliferation of GC-1 spermatogonia (spg) cells and the mechanism. Methods. GC-1 spg cells were treated with 0.01, 0.1, and 1 mg/mL YC extract. MTT assay was performed to detect the cell viability. Flow cytometry was used to measure the cell cycle and apoptosis of GC-1 spg cells. Real-time PCR and western blot were applied to determine the mRNA and protein expression of Oct-4 and Plzf. Gfr α 1 knockdown and LY294002 (PI3K inhibitor)...

1000483

YAP-induced resistance of cancer cells to antitubulin drugs is modulated by a Hippo-independent pathway.

Although antitubulin drugs are used widely to treat human cancer, many patients display intrinsic or acquired drug resistance that impose major obstacles to successful therapy. Mounting evidence argues that cancer cell apoptosis triggered by antitubulin drugs relies upon activation of the cell cycle kinase Cdk1, however, mechanistic connections of this event to apoptosis remain obscure. In this study, we identified the anti-apoptotic protein YAP, a core component of the Hippo signaling pathway implicated in...

1000384

Young brains on drugs.

Friday 27th February 1000

Yoichiro Kuninobu.

If I were a car I would be a Formula One car. My favorite saying is "Chance favors only the prepared mind" (Louis Pasteur).

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Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder Comprehend Lexicalized and Novel Primary Conceptual Metaphors.

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have difficulty comprehending metaphors. However, no study to date has examined whether or not they understand conceptual metaphors (i.e. mappings between conceptual structures), which could be the building blocks of metaphoric thinking and understanding. We investigated whether 13 participants with ASD (age 7;03-22;03) and 13 age-matched typically developing (TD) controls could comprehend lexicalized conceptual metaphors (e.g., Susan is a warm person) and nov...

998997

Yes obesity is a serious disease but it must also be taken seriously.

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Y-Shaped Bilateral Self-Expandable Metallic Stent Placement for Malignant Hilar Biliary Obstruction: Data from a Referral Center for Palliative Care.

Background and Aim. Malignant hilar strictures are a clinical challenge because of the current therapeutic approach and the poor prognosis. In recent years, self-expandable metallic stents have proven more effective than plastic stents for palliation of malignant hilar strictures, with the bilateral stent-in-stent technique registering a high success rate. We report our experience with Y-shaped endoscopic self-expandable metallic stents placement for treatment of advanced malignant hilar strictures. Methods...

996867

You have been QUALIFIED for a smokeless e-cig starter kit.

995595

Yet another pulmonary manifestation of tuberous sclerosis.

994647

Yoga for Patients with Early Breast Cancer and its Impact on Quality of Life - a Randomized Controlled Trial.

The aim of this prospective, randomized, controlled trial was to investigate the impact of yoga on newly diagnosed patients with early breast cancer in the immediate postoperative phase. 93 women newly diagnosed with early breast cancer were randomized into an intervention group (IG) and a control group (waiting group, WG). The IG started yoga immediately after the operation. The WG started yoga 5 weeks after surgery. Both groups attended yoga classes twice weekly for 5 weeks. Quality of life (QoL) was eva...

993424

Yoga for Children and Young People's Mental Health and Well-Being: Research Review and Reflections on the Mental Health Potentials of Yoga.

This article discusses yoga as a potential tool for children to deal with stress and regulate themselves. Yoga provides training of mind and body to bring emotional balance. We argue that children and young people need such tools to listen inward to their bodies, feelings, and ideas. Yoga may assist them in developing in sound ways, to strengthen themselves, and be contributing social beings. First, we address how children and young people in today's world face numerous expectations and constant stimulation...


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