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Influences of potential oil and gas development and future climate on Sage-grouse declines and redistribution.

Multiple environmental stressors impact wildlife populations, but we often know little about their cumulative and combined influences on population outcomes. We generally know more about past effects than potential future impacts, and direct influences such as changes of habitat footprints than indirect, long-term responses in behavior, distribution, or abundance. Yet, an understanding of all these components is needed to plan for future landscapes that include human activities and wildlife. We developed a ...


Nucleotide binding modes in a motor protein revealed by 31P- and 1H-detected MAS solid-state NMR.

Protein-nucleic acid interactions play important roles not only in energy-providing reactions such as ATP hydrolysis, but also in reading, extending, packaging or repairing genomes. While they can often be analyzed in detail with X-ray crystallography, complementary methods are needed to visualize them in complexes which are not crystalline. We here show how solid-state NMR can detect and classify protein-nucleic interactions via site-specific 1H- and 31P-detected spectroscopies. The sensitivity of 1H chemi...

The lived experience of adolescent users of mental health services in Vienna, Austria: A qualitative study of personal recovery.

In Austria, one in four adolescents suffers from a mental health problem, yet there is a lack of adequate care structures. Therefore, the personal recovery of these adolescents is of particular interest. The aim of the study was to explore, from a Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (CAPMHN) perspective, how adolescent users of mental health services in Vienna, Austria experienced personal recovery after a stay in hospital, and to discover what had influenced the personal recovery of adol...


Structural and Spectroscopic Investigation of Novel 2D and 3D Uranium Oxo-Silicates/Germanates and Some Statistical Aspects of Uranyl Coordination in Oxo-Salts.

Synthesis, structural and spectroscopic characterization, and topological analysis of five novel uranyl-based silicates and germanates have been performed. The open-framework K(UO)SiO·4HO has been synthesized under hydrothermal conditions and is based upon [USi] heptamers interconnected via edge-sharing. Its structure is composed of sechser silicate layers with 4-, 8-, and 16-membered rings. The largest 16-membered rings have an average dimension of ∼8.93 × 9.42 Å. β-K(UO)SiO has been obtained by the ...

One-Pot-Architectured Au-Nanodot-Promoted MoS/ZnInS: A Novel p-n Heterojunction Photocatalyst for Enhanced Hydrogen Production and Phenol Degradation.

Developing effective and simple one-pot synthetic strategies regarding the formation of heterojunction photocatalytic semiconductors remains an intense challenge in research pursuits. Further scheming of the p-n heterojunction has sustained renewed interest in catalysis, photocatalysis, energy storage, and conversion because they easily accelerate the bulk charge separation efficiency. Thus we have successfully designed a Au-MoS/ZnInS heterojunction photocatalyst for the first time by adopting a simple one-...

Converting SMILES to Stacking Interaction Energies.

Predicting the strength of stacking interactions involving heterocycles is vital for several fields, including structure-based drug design. While quantum chemical computations can provide accurate stacking interaction energies, these come at a steep computational cost. To address this challenge, we recently developed quantitative predictive models of stacking interactions between drug-like heterocycles and the aromatic amino acids Phe, Tyr, and Trp (DOI: 10.1021/jacs.9b00936). These models depend on heteroc...

Convolutional Neural Network of Atomic Surface structures to Predict Binding Energies For High-throughput Screening of Catalysts.

High-throughput screening of catalysts can be performed using density functional theory calculations to predict catalytic properties, often correlated with adsorbate binding energies. However, more complete investigations would require an order of 2 more calculations compared to the current approach, making the computational cost a bottleneck. Recently developed machine-learning methods have been demonstrated to predict these properties from hand-crafted features but have struggled to scale to large composi...

Direct Access to 9-Chloro-1-benzofuro3,4-azepin-1-ones via Palladium(II)-Catalyzed Intramolecular -Oxypalladation/Olefin Insertion/sp-C-H Bond Activation Cascade.

An efficient Pd(II)-catalyzed cascade approach was established for the synthesis of 9-chloro-1-benzo[]furo[3,4-]azepin-1-ones starting from -propargyl arylamines having a pendant α,β-unsaturated ester scaffold. The mechanism of this sequential process involved intramolecular -oxypalladation followed by olefin insertion and sp-C-Cl bond formation reactions. This high atom- and step-economical cascade sequence generated two heterocycle rings and three new bonds in a single synthetic operation.

A fundamental study on the salt tolerance of oregano essential oil-in-water nanoemulsions containing Tween 80.

This study provides fundamental information about the influence of salt on the physicochemical stability of oregano essential oil and its main components incorporated in a nanoemulsion delivery system containing Tween 80 (T80) emulsifier. The emulsion stability was found to be strongly correlated with the lipid phase composition and the type of salts. The oregano essential oil nanoemulsions remained stable for several weeks in the absence of salts. Moreover, they were insensitive to tetrabutylammonium bromi...

Do Neural Information Extraction Algorithms Generalize Across Institutions?

Natural language processing (NLP) techniques have been adopted to reduce the curation costs of electronic health records. However, studies have questioned whether such techniques can be applied to data from previously unseen institutions. We investigated the performance of a common neural NLP algorithm on data from both known and heldout (ie, institutions whose data were withheld from the training set and only used for testing) hospitals. We also explored how diversity in the training data affects the syste...

Non-Vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulants Versus Warfarin in Patients With Cancer and Atrial Fibrillation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Background Several studies have investigated the effect of non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants (NOACs) in atrial fibrillation (AF) patients with cancer, but the results remain controversial. Therefore, we conducted a meta-analysis to compare the efficacy and safety of NOACs versus warfarin in this population. Methods and Results We systematically searched the PubMed and Embase databases until February 16, 2019 for studies comparing the effect of NOACs with warfarin in AF patients with cancer. Risk ...

Genetic Analysis of Small-Subunit Ribosomal RNA, Internal Transcribed Spacer 2, and ATP Synthase Subunit 8 of Ancient DNA Retrieved from the 15th to 18th Century Joseon Dynasty Mummies' Coprolites from Korea.

Although parasitic infection by is a very common intestinal helminthic disease worldwide, there is still insufficient information on the genetic characteristics of ancient in different spatiotemporal perspectives. Utilizing coprolite specimens obtained from 15th-18th century mummies dating to the Joseon Dynasty, we analyzed small-subunit ribosomal RNA, internal transcribed spacer 2, and ATP synthase subunit 8 of ancient DNA (aDNA). In BLAST and phylogenetic analyses, the aDNA sequences of this study bel...

D-dimer levels during and after anticoagulation withdrawal in patients with venous thromboembolism treated with non-vitamin K anticoagulants.

D-dimer levels measured during and after vitamin K antagonist withdrawal may be used in clinical practice to assess the individual risk of recurrent venous thromboembolism. Currently, direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) are frequently used in venous thromboembolism treatment; however, their pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics characteristics are completely different than vitamin K antagonists. The present study aimed at comparing the results of D-dimer levels during and after anticoagulation withdrawal in ...

Design of bile-based vesicles (BBVs) for hepatocytes specific delivery of Daclatasvir: Comparison of ex-vivo transenterocytic transport, in-vitro protein adsorption resistance and HepG2 cellular uptake of charged and β-sitosterol decorated vesicles.

Daclatasvir is a new direct acting antiviral used in treatment of Hepatitis C virus, in an attempt to increase its hepatocytes specificity and uptake. It was encapsulated within bile based vesicles (BBVs) containing egg phosphatidyl choline, cholesterol and sodium deoxycholate fabricated by thin-film hydration method. A D-optimal mixture design was applied to study the effect of formulation variables on vesicular characteristics. The dependent variables picked were the particle size, polydispersity index, z...

Multivariate analysis reveals phenotypic diversity of Euscaphis japonica population.

Fruit traits affect population genetic diversity by affecting seed protection and dispersal strategies, thereby comprising important components of phenotypic variation. Understanding of the phenotypic variation is an indispensable first step for developing breeding strategies. However, little information is known about the genetic variation in E. japonica-a monotypic species with abundant phenotypes that is mainly distributed in southern China. In this study, we evaluated the phenotypic diversity of 67 E. j...

Molecular prognosticators in clinically and pathologically distinct cohorts of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma-A meta-analysis approach.

Head and neck squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCC) includes multiple subsites that exhibit differential treatment outcome, which is in turn reflective of tumor stage/histopathology and molecular profile. This study hypothesized that the molecular profile is an accurate prognostic adjunct in patients triaged based on clinico-pathological characteristics. Towards this effect, publically available micro-array datasets (n = 8), were downloaded, classified based on HPV association (n = 83) and site (tongue n = 88; l...

Clonally expanded alpha-chain T-cell receptor (TCR) transcripts are present in aneurysmal lesions of patients with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA).

Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a life-threatening immunological disease responsible for 1 to 2% of all deaths in 65 year old or older individuals. Although mononuclear cell infiltrates have been demonstrated in AAA lesions and autoimmunity may be responsible for the initiation and account for the propagation of the disease, the information available about the pathogenesis of AAA is limited. To examine whether AAA lesions from patients with AAA contain clonally expanded α-chain TCR transcripts, we ampli...

Assessment of intratumoral heterogeneity with mutations and gene expression profiles.

Intratumoral heterogeneity (ITH) refers to the presence of distinct tumor cell populations. It provides vital information for the clinical prognosis, drug responsiveness, and personalized treatment of cancer patients. As genomic ITH in various cancers affects the expression patterns of genes, the expression profile could be utilized for determining ITH level. Herein, we present a novel approach to directly detect high ITH defined as a larger number of subclones from the gene expression pattern through machi...

Resolution of HCV-Autoimmune Hepatitis Overlap Syndrome With Antiviral TreatmentA Paired Liver Biopsy Study.

To evaluate histologic changes occurring in patients having chronic hepatitis C and autoimmune hepatitis overlap (HCV-AIH), and who achieved virologic cure using direct-acting antiviral agents (DAA).

Neighborhood effects explain increasing asynchronous seedling survival in a subtropical forest.

Biotic interactions play a critical role in mediating community responses to temporal environmental variation, but the importance of these effects relative to the direct effects of environmental change remains poorly understood, particularly in diverse forest communities. Here we combine a neighborhood modeling approach with insights from coexistence theory to assess the effects of temporal variation in species interactions and environmental conditions (e.g., precipitation, temperature and understory light ...

Rain downpours affect survival and development of insect herbivores: the specter of climate change?

Changes in the frequency, duration and intensity of rainfall events are among the abiotic effects predicted under anthropogenic global warming. Heavy downpours may profoundly affect the development and survival of small organisms such as insects. Here, we examined direct (physically on the insects) and indirect (plant-mediated) effects of simulated downpours on the performance of caterpillars of two lepidopteran herbivores (Plutella xylostella and Pieris brassicae) feeding on black mustard (Brassica nigra) ...

An analysis of state and federal psoriasis malpractice litigation in the United States from 1954-2018.

It is estimated that 75% of dermatologists will face malpractice litigation by age 65. Furthermore, 28.7% of medical malpractice cases against dermatologists between 2006 and 2015 were decided in favor of plaintiffs with an average indemnity payment of $238,135 United States dollars (USD). Although psoriasis affects more than 7 million adults in the United States and impacts quality of life, limited information exists regarding psoriasis malpractice litigation. As such, the goal of this study was to charact...

Drug information centre queries and responses about drug interactions over 10 years - a descriptive analysis.

Many people are treated with ≥1 drug, implying that risks of drug interactions need to be considered. The aim of this study was to describe drug interaction queries from health care professionals to a drug information centre in Sweden over ten years focusing on drugs frequently asked about and the advice provided. Advice was recorded in mutually exclusive groups: Avoid, Adjust dose, Separate intake, Vigilance or No problem. For queries with Avoid, Adjust dose or Separate intake advice, alerts were extract...

THE IMPACT OF NEONATAL UNIT POLICIES ON BREAST MILK FEEDING AT DISCHARGE OF MODERATE PRETERM INFANTS: THE EPIPAGE-2 COHORT STUDY.

Facilitating factors and barriers to breast milk feeding (BMF) for preterm infants have been mainly studied in very preterm populations, but little is known about moderate preterm infants. We aimed to analyze hospital unit characteristics and BMF policies associated with BMF at discharge for infants born at 32 to 34 weeks' gestation (WG). EPIPAGE-2, a French national cohort of preterm births, included 883 infants born at 32 to 34 WG. We investigated kangaroo care (KC) in the first 24 hr, early involvement o...

Power Generation by Selective Self-Assembly of Biocatalysts.

Through a careful chemical and bioelectronic design we have created a system that uses self-assembly of enzyme-nanoparticle hybrids to yield bioelectrocatalytic functionality and to enable the harnessing of electrical power from biomass. Here we show that mixed populations of hybrids acting as catalyst carriers for clean energy production can be efficiently stored, self-assembled on functionalized stationary surfaces, and magnetically recollected to make the binding sites on the surfaces available again. Th...


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