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Editorial overview: Bioinorganic chemistry: Key roles for biological metal centers.

Editorial overview: Biophysical and molecular biological methods: Structure, dynamics, and single molecules.

Current advances in biosampling for therapeutic drug monitoring of psychiatric CNS drugs.

Many CNS drugs are effective for the treatment of psychiatric disorders. Psychotropic drugs work differently, thus clinical outcomes for many patients may be insufficient. For this reason it could be useful the measurement of drug levels for clinical decision-making. Analytical goals in therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) should be established by selecting the appropriate biological matrix. The aim of this review is to highlight the usefulness of TDM for antiepileptics, antidepressants and antipsychotics, wit...

Drug-induced Photosensitivity.

Ultraviolet radiation is considered the main environmental physical hazard to the skin. It is responsible for photoaging, sunburns, carcinogenesis, and photodermatoses, including drug-induced photosensitivity. Drug-induced photosensitivity is an abnormal skin reaction either to sunlight or to artificial light. Drugs may be a cause of photoallergic, phototoxic, and photoaggravated dermatitis. There are numerous medications that can be implicated in these types of reactions. Recently, non-steroidal anti-infla...

Photosensitivity of gallium-doped silica core fiber to 193  nm ArF excimer laser.

Grating inscription in a Ga-doped silica core fiber (∼5  wt. % Ga) has been demonstrated using ArF (193 nm) and KrF (248 nm) excimer lasers. In a comparative study with germanosilicate fiber with similar Ge concentration, a Ga-doped silica core fiber shows greater photosensitivity to an ArF excimer laser due to the higher absorbance in the region of 190-195 nm. In addition, the photosensitivity of a Ga-doped silica core fiber has been greatly enhanced with hydrogenation. Ga-doped fibers are poten...

Photosensitivity with Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers: A Retrospective Study Using Data from VigiBase(®).

Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) are widely used to treat hypertension and heart failure. Photosensitivity reactions are cutaneous adverse events due to exposure to a drug and either ultraviolet or visible radiation. Among the ARB class, this type of adverse drug reaction is labeled only for losartan.

Data integration in biological research: an overview.

Data sharing, integration and annotation are essential to ensure the reproducibility of the analysis and interpretation of the experimental findings. Often these activities are perceived as a role that bioinformaticians and computer scientists have to take with no or little input from the experimental biologist. On the contrary, biological researchers, being the producers and often the end users of such data, have a big role in enabling biological data integration. The quality and usefulness of data integra...

Update on the current methods for the diagnosis and treatment of severe childhood asthma.

The level of asthma control is the key outcome towards which asthma management is evaluated. The majority of children with asthma can obtain adequate control of symptoms through avoidance of triggering factors and/or with the help of low to moderate doses of current available medications. However, there is still a group of children with poor symptom control despite intensive treatment. The current review will provide an overview of a standardized approach to characterize this heterogeneous group of severely...

IL-12 receptor 1β deficiency with features of autoimmunity and photosensitivity.

Primary immunodeficiences are often accompanied by autoimmune phenomena. IL-12 receptor deficiency is a well characterized primary immunodeficiency that leads to propensity to intracellular infections mainly with mycobacteria and Salmonella. We report on two patients with IL-12 receptor β1 deficiency that presented with autoimmune manifestations and photosensitivity dermatitis and describe possible pathogenetic mechanisms leading to development of clinically significant autoimmune phenomena.

Anal Sphincter Augmentation Using Biological Material.

The aim of this review is to provide an overview of the use of biological materials in the augmentation of the anal sphincter either as part of an overlapping sphincter repair (OSR) or anal bulking procedure.

Fueling the Bio-economy: European Culture Collections and Microbiology Education and Training.

A survey of European Microbial Biological Resource Centers and their users provided an overview on microbiology education and training. The results identified future increases in demand despite several shortcomings and gaps in the current offer. Urgent adjustments are needed to match users' needs, integrate innovative programs, and adopt new technologies.

The Legal Environment for Precision Medicine.

The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act ("FDCA") establishes the basic regulatory framework for the regulation of drugs and medical devices (including diagnostic tests), and works in combination with the Public Health Service Act ("PHSA") to establish the basic framework for regulation of biological products (e.g., vaccines and cellular therapies). Over time, FDA has built on this framework using regulations, guidance, and precedent to provide the current system we have today. In this article, we give a brief over...

Editorial overview: Antigen processing.

Update on rheumatic heart disease.

The purpose is to provide a broad overview of the current state of knowledge of pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management of rheumatic heart disease (RHD).

Editorial overview: Motor circuits and action.

Editorial overview: Molecular biology of sensation.

Editorial overview: Growth and development-prokaryotes.

Editorial overview: Host-microbe interactions: Parasites.

Editorial overview: Nanobiotechnology at a crossroads: moving beyond proof of concept.

Editorial Overview: Synthetic biology hybrids - a golden age of pathway engineering.

Biopsychosocial Aspects of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders.

In this paper, we provide a general framework for understanding the functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID) from a biopsychosocial perspective. More specifically, we provide an overview of the recent research on how the complex interactions of environmental, psychological, and biological factors contribute to the development and maintenance of the FGID. We emphasize that considering and addressing all these factors is a conditio sine qua non for appropriate treatment of these conditions. First, we prov...

Marine Isonitriles and Their Related Compounds.

Marine isonitriles represent the largest group of natural products carrying the remarkable isocyanide moiety. Together with marine isothiocyanates and formamides, which originate from the same biosynthetic pathways, they offer diverse biological activities and in spite of their exotic nature they may constitute potential lead structures for pharmaceutical development. Among other biological activities, several marine isonitriles show antimalarial, antitubercular, antifouling and antiplasmodial effects. In c...

Editorial overview: Next-generation therapeutics: Breaking new ground and making a difference for patients.

Introduction to Biofilms Thematic Minireview Series.

The biofilms that many bacteria and fungi produce enable them to form communities, adhere tightly to surfaces, evade host immunity, and resist antibiotics. Pathogenic micro-organisms that form biofilms are very difficult to eradicate and thus are a frequent source of life threatening, hospital acquired infections. This series of five minireviews from the Journal of Biological Chemistry provides a broad overview of our current understanding of biofilms and the challenges that remain. The structure, biosynthe...

MicroRNAs as biomarkers for dental diseases.

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are short, noncoding RNAs that act as key regulators of diverse biological processes by mediating translational repression or mRNA degradation of target genes. Recent studies discovered miRNAs in saliva, and these miRNAs are promising candidates for use as biomarkers of dental diseases. In this review, the results of miRNA studies in the dental field are presented, and a brief overview of the current progress, limitations, and perspectives regarding miRNA biomarkers for dental diseases is...

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