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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Lifetime Prevalence of Homelessness in the United States.

Homelessness in the United States is often examined using cross-sectional, point-in-time samples. Any experience of homelessness is a risk factor for adverse outcomes, so it is also useful to understand the incidence of homelessness over longer periods. We estimate the lifetime prevalence of homelessness among members of the Baby Boom cohort (n = 6,545) using the 2012 and 2014 waves of the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), a nationally representative survey of older Americans. Our analysis indicates that 6...


Nitric oxide, γ-aminobutyric acid, and mannose pretreatment influence metabolic profiles in white clover under water stress.

Nitric oxide (NO), γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA), and mannose (MAS) could be important regulators of plant growth and adaptation to water stress. The application of sodium nitroprusside (SNP, a NO donor), GABA, and MAS improved plant growth under water-sufficient condition and effectively mitigated water stress damage to white clover. The metabonomic analysis showed that both of SNP and GABA application resulted in a significant increase in myo-inositol content; the accumulation of mannose was commonly regula...

The effect of light exposure on the cleavage rate and implantation capacity of preimplantation murine embryos.

During assisted reproduction the embryos are subjected to light. We investigated the relationship between light exposure and the developmental- and implantation capacity of mouse embryos. In vitro cultured embryos were exposed to white or red filtered light, then transferred to the uteri of pseudo-pregnant females. The mice were sacrificed on day 8.5 and implantation sites were counted. The number of nucleic acid containing (PI+) extracellular vesicles (EVs) in culture media of light-exposed and control emb...


Factors impacting bicyclist lateral position and velocity in proximity to commercial vehicle loading zones: Application of a bicycling simulator.

There is little research on the behavioral interaction between bicycle lanes and commercial vehicle loading zones (CVLZ) in the United States. These interactions are important to understand, to preempt increasing conflicts between truckers and bicyclists. In this study, a bicycling simulator experiment examined bicycle and truck interactions. The experiment was successfully completed by 48 participants. The bicycling simulator collected data regarding a participant's velocity and lateral position. Three ind...

MEDUSA: A GPU-based tool to create realistic phantoms of the brain microstructure using tiny spheres.

A GPU-based tool to generate realistic phantoms of the brain microstructure is presented. Using a spherical meshing technique which decomposes each microstructural item into a set of overlapping spheres, the phantom construction is made very fast while reliably avoiding the collisions between items in the scene. This novel method is applied to the construction of human brain white matter microstructural components, namely axonal fibers, oligodendrocytes and astrocytes. The algorithm reaches high values of p...

Endocrine and molecular regulation mechanisms of the reproductive system of Hungarian White geese investigated under two artificial photoperiodic programs.

Hungarian White geese are regarded as good producers of meat, eggs, and feathers, but specific lighting schedules are required to improve their egg-laying performance. This study reveals the neuroendocrine regulatory mechanisms that govern the reproductive activities and egg-laying performances of Hungarian White geese. The results indicated that increasing the daily photoperiod from a short 8 h period to either 11 h or 14 h initiated reproduction. Egg-laying rates increased faster in the 14 h group...

Asthma alleviates obesity in males through regulating metabolism and energy expenditure.

Many epidemiological studies suggested a correlation between obesity and asthma. However, little is known about the molecular details explaining this correlation. Here, we show that asthma decreased body weight of asthmatic male mice fed with high fat diet via increasing energy expenditure and insulin sensitivity. The increase of energy expenditure was mainly due to upregulation of pAMPK and Sirt1. The activation of AMPK/Sirt1/PGC1α signaling promoted the expression of the thermogenic genes like ucp1, PRDM...

Neutropenia and Thrombocytopenia Induced by Proton Pump Inhibitors: A Case Report.

An 85-year-old man was admitted to our hospital because of dysphagia, and was diagnosed with benign stricture of the esophagus. He was hospitalized repeatedly for balloon dilations. Pantoprazole sodium (80 mg, twice daily, intravenously) was administered each time when he was in hospital, while esomeprazole (20 mg/day, orally) was administered intermittently when he was at home. Reductions in both white blood cells and platelets were noticed about 4 months after proton pump inhibitors were introduced. Bo...

Comparison of linear model and artificial neural network using antler beam diameter and length of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) dataset.

Evaluation of harvest data remains one of the most important sources of information in the development of strategies to manage regional populations of white-tailed deer. While descriptive statistics and simple linear models are utilized extensively, the use of artificial neural networks for this type of data analyses is unexplored. Linear model was compared to Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) models with Levenberg-Marquardt (L-M), Bayesian Regularization (BR) and Scaled Conjugate Gradient (SCG) learning alg...

VENOUS BLOOD GAS AND SELECTED BIOCHEMICAL VALUES FROM AWAKE AND ANESTHETIZED WHITE-BELLIED PANGOLINS ( PHATAGINUS TRICUSPIS).

Pangolins are one of the most-trafficked endangered species and are rare in zoologic collections. Blood gas and select biochemical analysis was performed on nine African white-bellied tree pangolins ( Phataginus tricuspis). Paired blood samples were collected from the ventral tail vasculature prior to (T1) and after 10 min (T2) of sevoflurane anesthesia, and selected blood gas and biochemical parameters were measured using a portable blood gas analyzer. Median (min-max) values for corrected venous blood wer...

Early erratic flight response of the lucerne moth to the quiet echolocation calls of distant bats.

Nocturnal insects have evolved ultrasound-sensitive hearing in response to predation pressures from echolocating insectivorous bats. Flying tympanate moths take various evasive actions when they detect bat cries, including turning away, performing a steering/zigzagging flight and ceasing flight. In general, infrequent ultrasonic pulses with low sound intensities that are emitted by distant bats evoke slight turns, whereas frequent and loud ultrasonic pulses of nearby bats evoke erratic or rapid unpredictabl...

Effect of deoxynivalenol on growth performance, histological morphology, anti-oxidative ability and immune response of juvenile Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei.

A 5-weeks experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of deoxynivalenol on growth performance, histological morphology, anti-oxidative ability and immune capacity of Litopenaeus vannamei. White shrimp (mean initial weight 1.02 g) were fed seven isonitrogenous diets, Diet 1 as the control, Diet 2-4 was supplemented with grade levels (250, 500 and 1000 μg kg) of deoxynivalenol (DON), Diet 5-7 were formulated to contain graded levels of contaminated wheat flour. Each diet was assigned to four tanks ...

Race in Older but Not Younger Patients Associated With Greater Glycemic Burden in Primary Care Patients.

Purpose The purpose of this study is to determine if race disparities in glycemic control differ in young vs older white and African American patients with diabetes. Methods Electronic medical record data were gathered from 1431 primary care patients ≥18 years old, diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, who had ≥2 A1C measurements between July 1, 2008, and June 30, 2015. A1C values were used to compute the average monthly glycemic burden (AMGB). AMGB is the average monthly cumulative amount of A1C >7.5. Age-st...

Effect of dietary supplementation with apple cider vinegar and propionic acid on hemolymph chemistry, intestinal microbiota and histological structure of hepatopancreas in white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei.

This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of dietary supplementation of Apple cider vinegar (ACV) and propionic acid (PA) on biochemical parameters of hemolymph, intestinal microbiota and histology of hepatopancreas in white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei). Five experimental diets were evaluated in this study including diets supplemented with 1.0, 2.0 and 4.0% of ACV, 0.5% propionic acid, and a control diet with no supplements. Shrimps (initial weight of 10.2 ± 0.04 g) in triplicate groups ...

The longitudinal decline of white matter microstructural integrity in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia and its association with executive function.

The longitudinal decline in the integrity of several white matter (WM) tracts in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) has been documented. However, there is yet a clear relationship between this decline and that of executive function (EF), for the WM changes to meaningfully track progression in bvFTD. We sought to validate the use of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in tracking the progression of bvFTD with its associated decline in EF. Baseline and 1-year follow-up DTI scans were acquired from ...

Correction: Stereotyping across intersections of race and age: Racial stereotyping among White adults working with children.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0201696.].

Does an elective induction policy negatively impact on vaginal delivery rates? A 30-month review of an elective induction policy.

The rate of induction of labour varies across Health Service Executive hospital regions in Ireland averaging at 23.3 per 100 deliveries in 2005-2009. The increasing rate of elective induction of labour in Ireland calls for more studies looking into associated maternal and/or neonatal outcomes.

Organizational factors affecting successful physician-system integration: A qualitative study of Washington State health executives.

Health care delivery is moving toward a value-based environment, which calls for increased integration between physician groups and health systems. Health executives sit at a key nexus point for determining how and when physician-system integration occurs.

Influence of temperature, size and confinement on testosterone and corticosterone levels in breeding male spined toads (Bufo spinosus).

Winter breeding amphibians opportunistically engage in reproductive behaviour when environmental conditions become favourable. In such explosive breeding systems, males strongly compete for reproductive females. Although most research has been oriented on species in which males use mating calls to attract females, many high-density explosive breeding amphibians do not rely on mating calls. In such systems, larger and stronger males are thought to have significant advantages to access reproductive females. T...

Exercise Training Induces Depot-Specific Adaptations to White and Brown Adipose Tissue.

Exercise affects whole-body metabolism through adaptations to various tissues, including adipose tissue (AT). Recent studies investigated exercise-induced adaptations to AT, focusing on inguinal white adipose tissue (WAT), perigonadal WAT, and interscapular brown adipose tissue (iBAT). Although these AT depots play important roles in metabolism, they account for only ∼50% of the AT mass in a mouse. Here, we investigated the effects of 3 weeks of exercise training on all 14 AT depots. Exercise induced dep...

Neuropathological Diagnoses of Demented Hispanic, Black, and Non-Hispanic White Decedents Seen at an Alzheimer's Disease Center.

Our nation is becoming increasingly diverse; however, few autopsy studies examine multiple ethnoracial groups, especially Hispanics. We examined differences in neuropathological diagnoses of 435 deceased participants with dementia from three ethnoracial groups (35 Black, 28 Hispanic, and 360 non-Hispanic White) evaluated at the University of California Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center. We used novel applications of bootstrap resampling and logistic regression standardization to project neuropathological dia...

Repression of adipose Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor reduces obesity through adipose browning.

Obesity is the results of excessive energy accumulation and associated with many diseases. We previously reported that universal repression of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) leads to brown-like adipocyte development in white adipose tissues and mice are resistant to obesity. Using an adipose-specific VEGF repression mouse model (aP2-rtTR-krab/VEGF), we show that adipose-specific VEGF repression can repeat the previous phenotypes including adipose browning, increased energy consumption and reducti...

Correction to: Conformism in the food processing techniques of white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus).

The original article shows incorrect values for 'Coef. and Robust SE' under the heading.

Prior exercise training improves cold tolerance independent of indices associated with non-shivering thermogenesis.

Mammals defend against cold-induced reductions in body temperature through both shivering and non-shivering thermogenesis. The activation of non-shivering thermogenesis is primarily driven by uncoupling protein-1 in brown adipose tissue and to a lesser degree by the browning of white adipose tissue. Endurance exercise has also been shown to increase markers of white adipose tissue browning. This study aimed to determine whether prior exercise training would alter the response to a cold challenge and if this...

Re-examining age-related differences in white matter microstructure with free-water corrected diffusion tensor imaging.

Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) has been used extensively to investigate white matter (WM) microstructural changes during healthy adult aging. However, WM fibers are known to shrink throughout the lifespan, leading to larger interstitial spaces with age. This could allow more extracellular free water molecules to bias DTI metrics, which are relied upon to provide WM microstructural information. Using a cohort of 212 participants, we demonstrate that WM microstructural changes in aging are potentially less pr...


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