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Comparison between Roche and Xpert in HIV-1 RNA quantitation: A high concordance between the two techniques except for a CRF02_AG subtype variant with high viral load titters detected by Roche but undetected by Xpert.

HIV-1 viral load (VL) testing is important to predict viral progression and to monitor the response to antiretroviral therapy. New HIV-1 VL tests are continuously introduced to the market. Their performance is usually compared to Abbott and/or Roche HIV-1 VL assays, as reference. The Xpert HIV-1 VL test was recently introduced, but its performance compared to Roche has not been sufficiently studied.


GLM-based optimization of NGS data analysis: A case study of Roche 454, Ion Torrent PGM and Illumina NextSeq sequencing data.

There are various next-generation sequencing techniques, all of them striving to replace Sanger sequencing as the gold standard. However, false positive calls of single nucleotide variants and especially indels are a widely known problem of basically all sequencing platforms.

PipeCraft: flexible open-source toolkit for bioinformatics analysis of custom high-throughput amplicon sequencing data.

High-throughput sequencing methods have become a routine analysis tool in environmental sciences as well as in public and private sector. These methods provide vast amount of data, which need to be analyzed in several steps. Although the bioinformatics may be applied using several public tools, many analytical pipelines allow too few options for the optimal analysis for more complicated or customized designs. Here, we introduce PipeCraft, a flexible and handy bioinformatics pipeline with a user friendly gra...


Strategies for processing and quality control of Illumina genotyping arrays.

Illumina genotyping arrays have powered thousands of large-scale genome-wide association studies over the past decade. Yet, because of the tremendous volume and complicated genetic assumptions of Illumina genotyping data, processing and quality control (QC) of these data remain a challenge. Thorough QC ensures the accurate identification of single-nucleotide polymorphisms and is required for the correct interpretation of genetic association results. By processing genotyping data on > 100 000 subjects f...

Clinical assessment of central venous pressure: time for an update?

StrandScript: Evaluation of Illumina Genotyping Array Design and Strand Correction.

After the introduction of high-throughput sequencing, genotyping arrays continue to be a viable source for conducting large-scale genetic studies. Currently, Illumina is one of the largest genotyping array manufacturers. One technical issue that has always plagued the post-processing of Illumina genotyping array data is the strand definition. Against convention, Illumina uses their own definition of strand, which is inconsistent with the standard reference forward and reverse definition. This issue has been...

Pressure mapping to prevent pressure ulcers in a hospital setting: A pragmatic randomised controlled trial.

Pressure ulcers cause suffering to patients and costs to society. Reducing pressure at the interface between the patient's body and the support surface is a valid clinical intervention for reducing the risk of pressure ulcers. However, studies have shown that knowledge of how to reduce pressure and shear and to prevent pressure ulcers is lacking.

HW 02-3 AMBULATORY CENTRAL BLOOD PRESSURE: WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE FOR VALIDATION?

Validation of a medical device measuring a biomarker is a complex process, involving technical aspects (What is actually measured by the device, and how is this done ? Is the measurement reproducible ? Is there a gold standard for measurement of the particular biomarker ? If yes, how accurate and how precise are the measurements by the device, compared to the gold standard ?) and clinical aspects (Do the measurements predict outcome ? If yes, is there added value, when standard clinical parameters are consi...

Comment on Cefalu et al. Update and Next Steps for Real-World Translation of Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention: Reflections From a Diabetes Care Editors' Expert Forum. Diabetes Care 2016;39:1186-1201.

Response to Comment on Cefalu et al. Update and Next Steps for Real-World Translation of Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention: Reflections From a Diabetes Care Editors' Expert Forum. Diabetes Care 2016;39:1186-1201.

PIGSPro: prediction of immunoGlobulin structures v2.

PIGSpro is a significant upgrade of the popular PIGS server for the prediction of the structure of immunoglobulins. The software has been completely rewritten in python following a similar pipeline as in the original method, but including, at various steps, relevant modifications found to improve its prediction accuracy, as demonstrated here. The steps of the pipeline include the selection of the appropriate framework for predicting the conserved regions of the molecule by homology; the target template alig...

A numerical framework for interstitial fluid pressure imaging in poroelastic MRE.

A numerical framework for interstitial fluid pressure imaging (IFPI) in biphasic materials is investigated based on three-dimensional nonlinear finite element poroelastic inversion. The objective is to reconstruct the time-harmonic pore-pressure field from tissue excitation in addition to the elastic parameters commonly associated with magnetic resonance elastography (MRE). The unknown pressure boundary conditions (PBCs) are estimated using the available full-volume displacement data from MRE. A subzone-bas...

Analysis of HbA1c on an automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis system.

Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is a frequently requested laboratory test and there is thus a need for high throughput instruments for this assay. We evaluated a new automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis instrument (Capillarys 3 Tera, Sebia, Lisses, France) for analysis of HbA1c in venous samples. Routine requested HbA1c samples were analyzed immunologically on a Roche c6000 instrument (n = 142) and then with the Capillarys 3 Tera instrument. The Capillarys 3 Tera instrument performed approximately 70 Hb...

The Vulva: An Uncommon Presentation of a Pressure Ulcer.

Pressure ulcers may develop in different locations. Vulvar pressure ulcers can be easily misdiagnosed and, moreover, have been rarely reported in the literature. Surgical procedures that involve prolonged pressure on this area may trigger these lesions.

Pressure Cooker-A Potential Hazard in Domestic Setting.

Pressure cooker is an integral part of Asian kitchen, and is frequently used in Nepal. Steam under pressure generated while cooking has high boiling point and great penetrating power. The use of pressure cooker in kitchen is associated with unintentional injuries that mostly include pressure cooker burns. In rare instances the pressure cooker may accidently explode and may cause serious injuries. The same mechanism is used in making explosive device for mass homicides. An unusual case of penetrating facial ...

Identification of polymorphisms in 12q24.1, ACAD10, and BRAP as novel genetic determinants of blood pressure in Japanese by exome-wide association studies.

We performed exome-wide association studies to identify genetic variants that influence systolic or diastolic blood pressure or confer susceptibility to hypertension in Japanese. The exome-wide association studies were performed with the use of Illumina HumanExome-12 DNA Analysis BeadChip or Infinium Exome-24 BeadChip arrays and with 14,678 subjects, including 8215 individuals with hypertension and 6463 controls. The relation of genotypes of 41,843 single nucleotide polymorphisms to systolic or diastolic bl...

Conformational changes of ubiquitin under high pressure conditions: A pressure simulated tempering molecular dynamics study.

Molecular dynamics simulations for the system of ubiquitin were performed with pressure simulated tempering to study pressure-induced conformational changes of ubiquitin. The pressure dependence of ubiquitin was analyzed in a wide range of pressure from atmospheric pressure (0.1 MPa) to 1.0 GPa. The fluctuation of the distance between amino-acid residues and the distribution of a largely fluctuating distance were calculated. The large fluctuation of the L8-E34 distance induced by pressure means that the con...

Roche breaks with PacBio, opts for Genia.

Childhood and Adolescent Obesity as a Winnable Battle.

Our Role in the Battle Against Adolescent Obesity.

Suitability of blood-pressure-to-height ratio as the criterion for high blood pressure in children in an environmental study.

Blood-pressure-to-height ratio is considered a simple, accurate, inexpensive and non-age-dependent index for screening high blood pressure in a clinical setting, but its suitability in epidemiological surveys was not taken into consideration. The aim of this study was to test the suitability of blood-pressure-to-height ratio against blood pressure for age percentiles for the identification of high blood pressure in an environmental study.

Childhood and Adolescent Obesity as a Winnable Battle-Reply.

Equilibria of oligomeric proteins under high pressure - a theoretical description.

High pressure methods have become a useful tool for studying protein structure and stability. Using them, various physico-chemical processes including protein unfolding, aggregation, oligomer dissociation or enzyme-activity decrease were studied on many different proteins. Oligomeric protein dissociation is a process that can perfectly utilize the potential of high-pressure techniques, as the high pressure shifts the equilibria to higher concentrations making them better observable by spectroscopic methods....

Pressure Mapping in Elderly Care: A Tool to Increase Pressure Injury Knowledge and Awareness Among Staff.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of a pressure mapping system with real-time feedback of pressure points in elderly care, with specific focus on pressure injury (PI) knowledge/attitudes (staff), interface pressure, and PI prevention activities (residents).

The ideal dual-isotope imaging combination in evaluating patients with suspected infection of pelvic pressure ulcers.

The successful management of infected pelvic pressure ulcer patients (PPUP) depends on the distinction between infections limited to soft tissue (STI) and those with underlying osteomyelitis (OM), which can be difficult to determine clinically. Dual-isotope (DI) comprehensive imaging has excellent accuracy in localizing diabetic foot infection and differentiating OM from STI with SPECT/CT utilization. In this study, we assess the accuracy and confidence of the different DI SPECT/CT imaging steps in PPUP wit...


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