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1121827

Food availability/convenience and obesity.

Neighborhood environments have received considerable attention in recent local, state, and national obesity prevention initiatives, with a particular focus on food deserts, or areas with poor access to healthy foods. Yet, there are inconsistencies in the evidence base, suggesting a nuanced association between neighborhood environment, food availability, diet behaviors, and obesity. There is heterogeneity in associations between environmental exposures and health outcomes across race/ethnicity, gender, regio...

1121826

Food prices and obesity: a review.

In response to rising rates of obesity in the United States due in part to excess food consumption, researchers and policy makers have argued that levying food taxes on obesity-promoting foods, perhaps combined with subsidies on healthier options, would be an effective tool to stem the obesity epidemic. The extent to which overall energy intake or weight outcomes will improve as a result of these policies is ultimately an empirical question. This review examines the link between food or beverage price chang...

1121761

First-line Nab-paclitaxel and Gemcitabine in Patients with Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer from Routine Clinical Practice.

Background: The combination of nab-paclitaxel and gemcitabine is a new effective first-line chemotherapy for patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer. This was demonstrated in the phase III MPACT trial. Patients and Methods: Four patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer from our clinical practice received combination chemotherapy with nab-paclitaxel at doses from 100 to 125 mg/m(2) and gemcitabine at doses from 800 to 1,000 mg/m(2) on days 1, 8 and 15 of a 28-day cycle. Two patients had elevated serum l...

1121731

Facing the future of brain tumor clinical research.

This edition of CCR Focus provides critical reviews of several important areas in the field, including the application of findings from genomic investigations of brain tumors to improve diagnosis, clinical trial design, and ultimately optimizing individual patient treatment. Another article is a critical review provided by experts in the field that discusses the recent clinical trials using angiogenesis inhibitors, possible explanations for the results, and how to move forward. There is a concise discussion...

1121694

Fe-S cluster biogenesis in isolated mammalian mitochondria: coordinated use of persulfide sulfur and iron, and requirements for GTP, NADH, and ATP.

Iron-sulfur (Fe-S) clusters are essential cofactors, and mitochondria contain several Fe-S proteins including the [4Fe-4S] protein aconitase and the [2Fe-2S] protein ferredoxin. Fe-S cluster assembly of these proteins occurs within mitochondria. Although considerable data exist for yeast mitochondria, this biosynthetic process has never been directly demonstrated in mammalian mitochondria. Using [(35)S]cysteine as the source of sulfur, here we show that mitochondria isolated from CAD cells, a murine neurona...

1121677

FlyBase: introduction of the Drosophila melanogaster Release 6 reference genome assembly and large-scale migration of genome annotations.

Release 6, the latest reference genome assembly of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, was released by the Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project in 2014; it replaces their previous Release 5 genome assembly, which had been the reference genome assembly for over 7 years. With the enormous amount of information now attached to the D. melanogaster genome in public repositories and individual laboratories, the replacement of the previous assembly by the new one is a major event requiring careful migration of an...

1121664

Fission yeast Cactin restricts telomere transcription and elongation by controlling Rap1 levels.

The telomeric transcriptome comprises multiple long non-coding RNAs generated by transcription of linear chromosome ends. In a screening performed in Schizosaccharomyces pombe, we identified factors modulating the cellular levels of the telomeric transcriptome. Among these factors, Cay1 is the fission yeast member of the conserved family of Cactins, uncharacterized proteins crucial for cell growth and survival. In cay1∆ mutants, the cellular levels of the telomeric factor Rap1 are drastically diminished d...

1121646

Front cover.

1121619

Fifty years of tobacco control: is the glass half full or half empty?

1121553

Functional inactivation of UDP-N-acetylglucosamine pyrophosphorylase 1 (UAP1) induces early leaf senescence and defence responses in rice.

Plant leaf senescence and defence responses are important biological processes, but the molecular mechanisms involved are not well understood. This study identified a new rice mutant, spotted leaf 29 (spl29). The SPL29 gene was identified by map-based cloning, and SPL29 was confirmed as UDP-N-acetylglucosamine pyrophosphorylase 1 (UAP1) by enzymatic analysis. The mutant spl29 lacks UAP activity. The biological phenotypes for which UAP is responsible have not previously been reported in plants. The spl29 mut...

1121516

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK.

1121501

Full propagation-vector star antiferromagnetic order in quantum spin trimer system Ca3CuNi2(PO4)4.

We show that the antiferromagnetic structure in the quantum spin trimer system Ca3CuNi2(PO4)4 is based on both arms of propagation vector k star [Formula: see text] of the paramagnetic space group C2/c. The structure is generated by a symmetric direction of the order parameter of two-dimensional irreducible representation of C2/c with one active magnetic mode and corresponds to the Shubnikov magnetic space group Ca2/c. We reveal the relation between representation analysis in the propagation vector formalis...

1121494

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Response of Targeted Tumor Burden and Its Impact on Survival in Patients With Hepatocellular Carcinoma.

The aim of this study was to evaluate response of the targeted tumor burden by functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) including volumetric diffusion-weighted imaging and volumetric contrast-enhanced MRI (CE-MRI) and its impact on survival in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma treated with intra-arterial therapy (IAT).

1121493

Facial Emotion Recognition Deficits following Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Re-examining the Valence Effect and the Role of Emotion Intensity.

Many individuals who sustain moderate-severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are poor at recognizing emotional expressions, with a greater impairment in recognizing negative (e.g., fear, disgust, sadness, and anger) than positive emotions (e.g., happiness and surprise). It has been questioned whether this "valence effect" might be an artifact of the wide use of static facial emotion stimuli (usually full-blown expressions) which differ in difficulty rather than a real consequence of brain impairment. This st...

1121465

Fungal pathogenicity: Role for TLOs in fungal virulence.

1121460

Finding Needles in a Haystack: Application of Network Analysis and Target Enrichment Studies for the Identification of Potential Anti-Diabetic Phytochemicals.

Diabetes mellitus is a debilitating metabolic disorder and remains a significant threat to public health. Herbal medicines have been proven to be effective anti-diabetic agents compared to synthetic drugs in terms of side effects. However, the complexity in their chemical constituents and mechanism of action, hinder the effort to discover novel anti-diabetic drugs. Hence, understanding the biological and chemical basis of pharmacological action of phytochemicals is essential for the discovery of potential a...

1121435

From Dissipative Dynamics to Studies of Heat Transfer at the Nanoscale: Analysis of the Spin-Boson Model.

We study in a unified manner the dissipative dynamics and the transfer of heat in the two-bath spin-boson model. We use the Bloch-Redfield (BR) formalism, valid in the very weak system-bath coupling limit, the noninteracting-blip approximation (NIBA), applicable in the nonadiabatic limit, and iterative, numerically exact path integral tools. These methodologies were originally developed for the description of the dissipative dynamics of a quantum system, and here they are applied to explore the problem of q...

1121412

Fosbretabulin for the treatment of anaplastic thyroid cancer.

ABSTRACT  Fosbretabulin tromethamine is a vascular disrupting agent, which is a type of drug that is designed to damage the vasculature (blood vessels) of cancer tumors, causing central necrosis. This drug showed activity against anaplastic thyroid cancer that was demonstrated in orthotopic xenograft models as well as in Phase I/II trials with or without carboplatin and paclitaxel combination therapy. In all of these studies, fosbretabulin was well tolerated.

Wednesday 20th December 1121

Fish bone impaction in the supraglottis.

Friday 10th November 1121

Facial emotional processing deficits in long-term HIV-suppressed patients.

Introduction: Emotional processing is basic for social behaviour. We examine for the first time the facial emotion processing in long-term HIV-suppressed patients. Materials and Methods: Cross-sectional study comparing (ANOVA) six facial emotional processing tasks (two discrimination, two memory and two recognition) between HIV-suppressed patients (HIV+) on effective antiretroviral therapy (>2 years) and matched (age, gender) healthy controls (HCs). Accuracy in the recognition of basic emotions (neutral, ha...

Friday 22nd September 1121

Factors associated with HPV-DNA clearance in a cohort of HIV-positive patients: role of cART and gender.

Introduction: We aimed to assess any factors associated with dysplasia regression and with HPV clearance in a cohort of HIV+ patients, with particular focus on cART and gender. Methods: Asymptomatic HIV+ patients of the San Paolo Infectious Disease (SPID) cohort who underwent anoscopy/gynaecological evaluation were enrolled. Anal/cervical brushing were analyzed for: HPV-PCR detection/genotyping (HR-HPV), cytologic abnormalities (Bethesda System 2001: LSIL-HSIL). Demographics and HIV-related parameters were ...

Friday 8th September 1121

Failure of daily tenofovir to prevent HIV transmission or the establishment of a significant viral reservoir despite continued antiretroviral therapy.

Introduction: Truvada is licenced for HIV-1 prevention in the USA and is available in the private sector. Tenofovir performed as well as Truvada in the PARTNERS PrEP study and is used as HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PreP) in some settings. The clinical efficacy of Tenofovir for PrEP outside a clinical trial is unknown. Antiretroviral therapy (ART) at acute HIV-1 infection (AHI) limits the size of the reservoir, optimizing the chance of maintaining viral control off therapy. As such ART at acute HIV infecti...

Saturday 29th July 1121

Four-drugs regimen containing raltegravir is highly effective in HIV patients starting therapy with >500,000 copies/mL viral load.

Introduction: Assessing virological response of four-drugs antiretroviral regimen that include raltegravir (RAL) in naïve patients with high viral load (>500,000 copies/mL) selected from a multicentre Italian database. Methods: Naïve patients with HIV RNA>500,000 copies/mL, who began standard antiretroviral regimens either based on non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTI) or boosted-PI (PI/r), or a standard regimen plus RAL between 2008 and 2013 were analyzed. Observation was censored at 12...

Saturday 3rd June 1121

Factors involved in treatment durability and immunological recovery in a cohort of HIV-positive patients receiving atazanavir-based regimens.

Introduction: Since antiretroviral therapy must be taken lifelong, persistence and safety have become the goals to achieve. Protease inhibitors, in particular atazanavir (ATV) with or without ritonavir (r), represent a highly prescribed class in real life long-term treatment. Methods: We conducted a retrospective cohort study in HIV-1-positive patients who were followed at the Infectious Diseases Unit, DIBIC Luigi Sacco, University of Milan. Data regarding viral load, CD4 lymphocytes and the mean blood chem...

Wednesday 3rd May 1121

Fractures in Relation to Menstrual Status and Bone Parameters in Young Athletes.

To compare fracture prevalence in oligo-amenorrheic athletes (AA), eumenorrheic athletes (EA), and non-athletes (NA) and determine relationships with bone density, structure and strength estimates.


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