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1054949

Free Glycogen in Vaginal Fluids Is Associated with Lactobacillus Colonization and Low Vaginal pH.

Lactobacillus dominates the lower genital tract microbiota of many women, producing a low vaginal pH, and is important for healthy pregnancy outcomes and protection against several sexually transmitted pathogens. Yet, factors that promote Lactobacillus remain poorly understood. We hypothesized that the amount of free glycogen in the lumen of the lower genital tract is an important determinant of Lactobacillus colonization and a low vaginal pH.

1054939

Factors predicting adherence to antidepressant treatment.

Poor adherence and discontinuation of treatment are the major challenges of pharmacotherapy among patients with depression. This article reviews the factors predicting adherence to and persistence of antidepressant treatment identified in recent years.

1054929

Follow-Up Visit Patterns in an Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Programme in Zomba, Malawi.

Identifying follow-up (FU) visit patterns, and exploring which factors influence them are likely to be useful in determining which patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART) may become Lost to Follow-Up (LTFU). Using an operation and implementation research approach, we sought 1) to describe the timing of FU visits amongst patients who have been on ART for shorter and longer periods of time; and 2) to determine the median time to late visits, and 3) to identify specific factors that may be associated with the...

1054922

Fearfulness Affects Quail Maternal Care and Subsequent Offspring Development.

Our study investigated relationships between a precocial bird's fearfulness and maternal care, and the implication of maternal care as a vector for non-genomic transmission of fearfulness to chicks. We compared care given to chicks between two sets of female Japanese quail selected to present either high (LTI) or low fearfulness (STI). Chicks, from a broiler line, were adopted by these females following a sensitization procedure. Chicks' fearfulness after separation from their mother was assessed by well-es...

1054907

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK.

1054837

Family Functioning and Parent Support Trajectories and Substance Use and Misuse among Minority Urban Adolescents: A Latent Class Growth Analysis.

We sought to examine latent classes of family functioning and parent support trajectories during high school and whether these trajectories are associated with an increased risk of substance use and misuse among urban youth. A total of 850 adolescents (Mage = 15.1 years) were included in this study, assessed at baseline, 12-, 24-, and 36-months postbaseline, and completed self-report measures on past 30-day alcohol and marijuana use, binge drinking, and measures of family functioning and parent support. La...

1054832

Fetal jaw movement affects Ihh signaling in mandibular condylar cartilage development: The possible role of Ihh as mechanotransduction mediator.

Jaw movement is an important mechanical factor for prenatal development of the condylar cartilage of mandible. Fetal jaw movement restriction has been shown to cause deformity of the mandibular condyle. We hypothesized that this treatment affects the expression of mechanosensitive molecules, namely Indian hedgehog (Ihh) and Parathyroid hormone related protein (PTHrP) in the condyle.

1054666

Fluid therapy in patients with brain injury: what does physiology tell us?

1054662

Factor structure of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) in Brazil: convergent validation of the Brazilian version.

Objectives: The Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) was developed to assess the symptoms of schizophrenia dimensionally. Although it is widely used in clinical trials in Brazil, it is not fully validated. The aim of this study is to assess the factor structure of the Brazilian PANSS and generate validation data for its current version. Methods: A total of 292 patients diagnosed with schizophrenia were enrolled. Results: Principal component analysis suggested a forced five-factor final model that ac...

1054646

Fucoxanthin Enhances the Level of Reduced Glutathione via the Nrf2-Mediated Pathway in Human Keratinocytes.

Fucoxanthin, a natural carotenoid, is abundant in seaweed with antioxidant properties. This study investigated the role of fucoxanthin in the induction of antioxidant enzymes involved in the synthesis of reduced glutathione (GSH), synthesized by glutamate-cysteine ligase catalytic subunit (GCLC) and glutathione synthetase (GSS), via Akt/nuclear factor-erythroid 2-related (Nrf2) pathway in human keratinocytes (HaCaT) and elucidated the underlying mechanism. Fucoxanthin treatment increased the mRNA and protei...

1054531

First-line antiretroviral therapy with nevirapine versus lopinavir-ritonavir based regimens in a resource-limited setting.

To compare WHO first-line antiretroviral therapy (ART) with nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTI)-based regimen with a boosted protease inhibitor (bPI) regimen in a resource-limited setting regarding treatment outcome and emergence of drug resistance mutations (DRMs).

1054494

Fractional excretion of potassium in the course of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients: potential monitoring tool?

Objective: To evaluate the behavior of fractional excretion of potassium in the course of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients. Methods: As part of a larger study in which we have evaluated blood and urinary parameters in the course of acute kidney injury, 168 patients were included. Blood and urine samples were collected daily until the removal of the urinary catheter or the initiation of renal replacement therapy. We describe the evolution of fractional excretion of potassium based on whether ac...

1054470

Fluoroquinolone Resistance Mechanisms of Shigella flexneri Isolated in Bangladesh.

To investigate the prevalence and mechanisms of fluoroquinolone resistance in Shigella species isolated in Bangladesh and to compare with similar strains isolated in China.

1054418

Fungal pathogenicity: Dissecting effector effects.

1054392

Factors related to failure to attend the consultation to receive the results of the Pap smear test.

to identify the factors related to the failure of women to attend the follow-up consultation to receive the results of the Pap smear test.

Friday 7th December 1054

Further evaluation of latency-based brief functional analysis methods: An evaluation of treatment utility.

Abstract Objective: Objectives were to evaluate latency-based brief functional analysis (BFA) model for identifying functions of aberrant behavior and treatments generated based on the results of the latency-based brief functional analysis. Methods: We conducted latency-based BFA, including contingency reversals, and function-based treatment evaluations, including non-contingent reinforcement (NCR) and differential reinforcement of alternative behavior (DRA) with three individuals with autism using single s...

Wednesday 7th November 1054

Further Reduction in Door-to-Balloon Times: Diminishing Marginal Productivity in Search of Perfection?*

Friday 5th October 1054

Fixed Effects Modelling for Provider Mortality Outcomes: Analysis of the Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) Adult Patient Data-Base.

Risk adjusted mortality for intensive care units (ICU) is usually estimated via logistic regression. Random effects (RE) or hierarchical models have been advocated to estimate provider risk-adjusted mortality on the basis that standard estimators increase false outlier classification. The utility of fixed effects (FE) estimators (separate ICU-specific intercepts) has not been fully explored.

Saturday 22nd September 1054

Four Phragmalin Orthoesters from the Chinese Mangrove Xylocarpus granatum.

Four new 8,9,30-phragmalin orthoesters (1-4), along with six related known compounds, namely xyloccensins O-S (5-9) and V (10), were isolated and characterized from the twigs and leaves of the Chinese mangrove Xylocarpus granatum. The structures of the new compounds were determined on the basis of extensive spectroscopic analysis and by comparison with those of related known compounds in the literature. The absolute configuration of xyloccensin Q (7) was revised as its enantiomer by X-ray diffraction analys...

Monday 17th September 1054

Failure to Rescue.

Sunday 16th September 1054

Failure to Rescue.

Saturday 15th September 1054

Failure to Rescue-Reply.

Wednesday 12th September 1054

Functionalization of Amides via Copper-Catalyzed Oxyalkylation of Vinylarenes and Decarboxylative Alkenylation of sp3 C-H.

An efficient protocol was developed to prepare a series of derivatives from amides by copper-catalyzed oxyalkylation of vinylarenes and decarboxylative alkenylation of sp3 C-H. This method is simple, practical and inexpensive.

Friday 7th September 1054

Four Decades of Forest Persistence, Clearance and Logging on Borneo.

The native forests of Borneo have been impacted by selective logging, fire, and conversion to plantations at unprecedented scales since industrial-scale extractive industries began in the early 1970s. There is no island-wide documentation of forest clearance or logging since the 1970s. This creates an information gap for conservation planning, especially with regard to selectively logged forests that maintain high conservation potential. Analysing LANDSAT images, we estimate that 75.7% (558,060 km2) of Born...

Saturday 14th July 1054

Face viewing patterns in young children with autism spectrum disorders: Speaking up for a role of language comprehension.

The aim was to examine whether viewing patterns towards the mouth, eyes, and non-mouth/non-eyes areas differed between young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and typical development (TD) when viewing a person speaking. Also, we examined the role of language comprehension in such viewing patterns.


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