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Sunday 17th September 1245

Years of life lost and morbidity cases attributable to transportation noise and air pollution: A comparative health risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010.

There is growing evidence that chronic exposure to transportation related noise and air pollution affects human health. However, health burden to a country of these two pollutants have been rarely compared.

Wednesday 5th July 1245

YAG Laser Membranotomy for Subinternal Limiting Membrane Hemorrhage.

To report the use of neodymium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet (Nd:YAG) laser internal limiting membranotomy to successfully treat the first reported case of subinternal limiting membrane (sub-ILM) hemorrhage that developed after coil embolization of a cerebral aneurysm.

Wednesday 10th May 1245

Young Women With Abdominal Obesity Have Subclinical Myocardial Dysfunction.

Abdominal obesity is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The effect of abdominal obesity on myocardial function in young obese women remains unknown. Therefore, we aimed to investigate cardiac morphology and function, myocardial deformation, and mechanical indices, in young women with and without abdominal obesity.

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You are that smiling guy I met at the party! Socially positive signals foster memory for identities and contexts.

The emotional influence of facial expressions on memory is well-known whereas the influence of emotional contextual information on memory for emotional faces is yet to be extensively explored. This study investigated the interplay between facial expression and the emotional surrounding context in affecting both memory for identities (item memory) and memory for associative backgrounds (source memory). At the encoding fearful and happy faces were presented embedded in fear or happy scenes (i.e.: fearful face...

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Yang-Mills as Massive Chern-Simons Theory: A Third Way to Three-Dimensional Gauge Theories.

The Yang-Mills (YM) equation in three spacetime dimensions (3D) can be modified to include a novel parity-preserving interaction term, with an inverse mass parameter, in addition to a possible topological mass term. The novelty is that the modified YM equation is not the Euler-Lagrange equation of any gauge-invariant local action for the YM gauge potential alone. Instead, consistency is achieved in the "third way" exploited by 3D minimal massive gravity. We relate our results to the "novel Higgs mechanism" ...

Saturday 20th December 1242

Y fuse? Sex chromosome fusions in fishes and reptiles.

Chromosomal fusion plays a recurring role in the evolution of adaptations and reproductive isolation among species, yet little is known of the evolutionary drivers of chromosomal fusions. Because sex chromosomes (X and Y in male heterogametic systems, Z and W in female heterogametic systems) differ in their selective, mutational, and demographic environments, those differences provide a unique opportunity to dissect the evolutionary forces that drive chromosomal fusions. We estimate the rate at which fusion...

Sunday 6th January 1241

Yeast high mobility group protein HMO1 stabilizes chromatin and is evicted during repair of DNA double strand breaks.

DNA is packaged into condensed chromatin fibers by association with histones and architectural proteins such as high mobility group (HMGB) proteins. However, this DNA packaging reduces accessibility of enzymes that act on DNA, such as proteins that process DNA after double strand breaks (DSBs). Chromatin remodeling overcomes this barrier. We show here that the Saccharomyces cerevisiae HMGB protein HMO1 stabilizes chromatin as evidenced by faster chromatin remodeling in its absence. HMO1 was evicted along wi...

Sunday 12th September 1238

YM155 potently triggers cell death in breast cancer cells through an autophagy-NF-kB network.

Specific overexpression in cancer cells and evidence of oncogenic functions make Survivin an attractive target in cancer tharapy. The small molecule compound YM155 has been described as the first "Survivin suppressant" but molecular mechanisms involved in its biological activity and its clinical potential remain obscure. We herein show that YM155 exerts single agent toxicity on primary breast cancer cells grown in an ex vivo assay preserving tumor microenvironment. In vitro assays indicate that YM155 more e...

Tuesday 25th December 1235

Yeasts of the genital region of patients attending the dermatology service at Hospital São Paulo, Brazil.

The knowledge of the diversity of yeasts that make up the skin microbiota of human beings is essential for the efficient monitoring of infections to which a person may be predisposed.

Wednesday 14th March 1235

YeastFab: the design and construction of standard biological parts for metabolic engineering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

It is a routine task in metabolic engineering to introduce multicomponent pathways into a heterologous host for production of metabolites. However, this process sometimes may take weeks to months due to the lack of standardized genetic tools. Here, we present a method for the design and construction of biological parts based on the native genes and regulatory elements in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. We have developed highly efficient protocols (termed YeastFab Assembly) to synthesize these genetic elements as ...

Thursday 18th January 1235

Yield of Repeat Endoscopy in Barrett's Esophagus with No Dysplasia and Low-Grade Dysplasia: A Population-Based Study.

The yield of early repeat endoscopy in patients with Barrett's esophagus (BE) is not well established.

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Yet another job for Dna2: Checkpoint activation.

Mec1 (ATR in humans) is the principal kinase responsible for checkpoint activation in response to replication stress and DNA damage in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Checkpoint initiation requires stimulation of Mec1 kinase activity by specific activators. The complexity of checkpoint initiation in yeast increases with the complexity of chromosomal states during the different phases of the cell cycle. In G1 phase, the checkpoint clamp 9-1-1 is both necessary and sufficient for full activation of Mec1 kinase wher...

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Yishen Jiangzhuo Granules () affect tubulointerstitial fibrosis via a mitochondrion-mediated apoptotic pathway.

To investigate the effect of Yishen Jiangzhuo Granules (, YSJZG) on mitochondrial injury and regeneration and renal tubular epithelial cell apoptosis in chronic renal failure (CRF) rats and explore its mechanism from molecular pathology, gene, protein levels, and relative pathway.

Saturday 4th October 1231

You're the Flight Surgeon.

Park BY. You're the flight surgeon: bronchogenic cyst. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2015; 86(2):144-146.

Friday 3rd October 1231

You're the Flight Surgeon.

Tay E, Gan WH. You're the flight surgeon: sudden foot drop in an aviator after centrifuge training. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2015; 86(2):146-148.

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Years of Life Lost (YLL) in Colombia 1998-2011: Overall and Avoidable Causes of Death Analysis.

Estimate the Years of Life Lost (YLL) for overall and avoidable causes of death (CoD) in Colombia for the period 1998-2011.

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Yoga for dermatologic conditions.

As both a dermatology resident and yoga instructor, I find the potential correlation between the 2 disciplines to be interesting and a growing topic of attention in the media today. With the rising trend of practicing yoga, which encompasses physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation or mindfulness, it is inevitable that patients will inquire about the benefits of yoga in managing dermatologic problems. In this column, I will discuss the dermatologic manifestations of stress as well as the known...

Thursday 1st March 1229

Yeast trehalose-6P tolerance to various stresses relies on the synthase (Tps1) protein, not on trehalose.

Trehalose is a stable disaccharide commonly found in nature, from bacteria to fungi and plants. In the model yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, claims that trehalose is a stress protectant were based indirectly either on correlation between accumulation of trehalose and high resistance to various stresses, or on stress hypersensitivity of mutants deleted for TPS1, which encodes the first enzyme in trehalose biosynthetic pathway. Our goal was to investigate more directly which one, between trehalose and /or the...

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Yoga for epilepsy.

This is an updated version of the original Cochrane review published in The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2002.Yoga may induce relaxation and stress reduction, and influence the electroencephalogram and the autonomic nervous system, thereby controlling seizures. Yoga would be an attractive therapeutic option for epilepsy if proved effective.

Friday 26th May 1228

Your Guide to Medicare Value-Based Care.

What is value-based care? What are the various Medicare quality reporting programs? How are those programs tied to quality? This guide breaks down the what, when, why, and how behind what has become an ever-more confusing web of requirements.

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Young adult's own and parental social characteristics predict injury morbidity: a register-based follow-up of 135 000 men and women.

Sociodemographic differences in injury mortality are well-established, but population-level studies on social patterns of injury morbidity remain few in numbers, particularly among young adults. Yet injuries are the leading cause of mortality, morbidity and disability among young people. Studies among children have shown steep social gradients in severe injuries, but less is known on the social patterning of injuries in late adolescence and early adulthood, when young people are in the process of becoming i...

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Yulangsan polysaccharide improves redox homeostasis and immune impairment in d-galactose-induced mimetic aging.

Yulangsan polysaccharide (YLSP) is a traditional Chinese medicine used in long-term treatment as a modulator of brain dysfunction and immunity. In this study, we evaluated the protective effect of YLSP against d-galactose-induced impairment of oxidative stress and the immune system and evaluated its possible mechanism of action. d-galactose was subcutaneously injected into the dorsal neck of mice daily for 8 weeks to establish the aging model. YLSP was simultaneously administered once daily. The results ind...

Friday 22nd November 1224

Young Injury in an Older Ankle.

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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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