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Microbial Community Dynamics During Two Sludge Granulation Processes.

Aerobic granular sludge (AGS) was cultivated in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR). In this study, AGS was broken during the formation process and then mature AGS formed again. The microbial community dynamics during two sludge granulation processes were investigated using high-throughput sequencing to reveal the dominant bacteria beneficial to AGS formation. The abundance dynamics of nitrifying microorganisms were analyzed by a quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR). The results showed that the amount...

Harmful Interruptions: Impact of Smoking Patterns on Tumorigenesis and Emphysema.

Outdoor play and nature connectedness as potential correlates of internalized mental health symptoms among Canadian adolescents.

Exposures to outdoor environments have great potential to be protective factors for the mental health of young people. In a national analysis of Canadian adolescents, we explored how such exposures, as well as self-perceptions of connectedness with nature, each related to the prevalence of recurrent psychosomatic symptoms. The data source for this cross-sectional study, consisting of a weighted sample of 29,784 students aged 11-15 years from 377 schools, was the 2013/2014 cycle of the Health Behaviour i...

Sodium hydroxide production from seawater desalination brine: process design and energy efficiency.

The ability to increase pH is a crucial need for desalination pretreatment (especially in reverse osmosis) and for other industries, but processes used to raise pH often incur significant emissions and non-renewable resource use. Alternatively, waste brine from desalination can be used to create sodium hydroxide, via appropriate concentration and purification pretreatment steps, for input into the chlor-alkali process. In this work, an efficient process train (with variations) is developed and modeled for s...

Effect of bamboo vinegar powder as an antibiotic alternative on the digesta bacteria communities of finishing pigs.

This study investigated the use for bamboo vinegar powder as an antibiotic alternative in the diet of growing-finishing pigs by examining their digestive bacterial communities. Forty-five Duroc × Landrace × Yorkshire growing-finishing pigs were randomly allocated to five diet groups: 0%,0.5%, 1.0%, or 1.5% bamboo vinegar levels and antibiotics. After 37 days, the digesta in duodenum of four pigs from each treatment were analyzed for their bacterial community compositions using 16S rRNA gene sequencing. Ad...

Real-Time Feedback Control of Twin-Screw Wet Granulation based on Image Analysis.

The present paper reports the first dynamic image analysis-based feedback control of continuous twin-screw wet granulation process. Granulation of the blend of lactose and starch was selected as a model process. The size and size distribution of the obtained particles were successfully monitored by a process camera coupled with an image analysis software developed by the authors. The validation of the developed system showed that the particle size analysis tool can determine the size of the granules with an...

BMPER Enhances Bone Formation by Promoting the Osteogenesis-Angiogenesis Coupling Process in Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

During bone repair and remodeling, osteogenesis is coupled with angiogenesis. Bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) antagonists are important modulators of BMP signaling and bone homeostasis. Several investigations have demonstrated that one 'BMP antagonist', BMP-binding endothelial cell precursor-derived regulator (BMPER), participates in the regulation of BMP signaling. In this study, we examined the role of BMPER in the osteogenesis-angiogenesis coupling process.

Combined effects of local habitat, anthropogenic stress, and dispersal on stream ecosystems: a mesocosm experiment.

The effects of anthropogenic stressors on community structure and ecosystem functioning can be strongly influenced by local habitat structure and dispersal from source communities. Catchment land uses increase the input of fine sediments into stream channels, clogging the interstitial spaces of benthic habitats. Aquatic macrophytes enhance habitat heterogeneity and mediate important ecosystem functions, being thus a key component of habitat structure in many streams. Therefore, the recovery of macrophytes f...

Negative stereotypes as motivated justifications for moral exclusion.

We investigated the connection between moral exclusion of outgroups and on the one hand, right-wing authoritarianism (RWA), and social dominance orientation (SDO) on the other. We assumed that both RWA and SDO would increase the tendency to place other groups out of the scope of justice. However, we also tested whether negative stereotypes about an outgroup's threatening and norm-violating misbehavior would serve as a justification for moral exclusion. These assumptions were tested in connection with Roma, ...

The complete mitochondrial genome of the Caulerpa lentillifera (Ulvophyceae, Chlorophyta): Sequence, genome content, organization structure and phylogenetic consideration.

The complete mitochondrial genome is greatly important for studies on genetic structure and phylogenetic relationship at various taxonomic levels. To obtain information about the evolutionary trends of mtDNA in the Ulvophyceae and also to gain insights into the phylogenetic relationships between ulvophytes and other chlorophytes, we determined the mtDNA sequence of Caulerpa lentillifera (sea grape) using de novo mitochondrial genome sequencing. The complete genomic DNA of C. lentillifera was circular and 20...

A practical framework for implementing Quality by design to the development of topical drug products: Nanosystem-based dosage forms.

Skin has been increasingly recognized as an important drug administration route with topical formulations offering a targeted approach for the treatment of several dermatological disorders. The effectiveness of this route is hampered by its natural barrier, the stratum corneum (SC), and hence, different strategies have been investigated to improve percutaneous drug transport. The design of nanodelivery systems aiming at solving skin delivery issues have been largely explored, due to their potential to revol...

Performance and mechanism of a novel algal-bacterial symbiosis system based on sequencing batch suspended biofilm reactor treating domestic wastewater.

A novel algal-bacterial symbiosis system based on sequencing batch suspended biofilm reactor (A-SBSBR) was developed for simultaneously enhanced nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) removal from domestic wastewater. Results showed that the total N (TN) and P (TP) removal efficiencies in A-SBSBR increased to 69.91% and 94.78%, respectively. The mechanism analysis indicated that TN removal mainly occurred at non-aeration stage, and TP removal happened during the whole cycle in A-SBSBR. Compared to control SBSBR, T...

GIT2-a keystone in ageing and age-related disease.

Since its discovery, G protein-coupled receptor kinase-interacting protein 2, GIT2, and its family member, GIT1, have received considerable interest concerning their potential key roles in regulating multiple inter-connected physiological and pathophysiological processes. GIT2 was first identified as a multifunctional protein that is recruited to G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) during the process of receptor internalization. Recent findings have demonstrated that perhaps one of the most important effect...

PPCP degradation by chlorine-UV processes in ammoniacal water: new reaction insights, kinetic modeling and DBP formation.

The combination of chlorine and UV (i.e. chlorine-UV process) has been attracting more attentions in recent years due to its ready incorporation into existing water treatment facilities to remove PPCPs. However, limited information is available on the impact of total ammonia nitrogen (TAN). This study investigated two model PPCPs, N,N-diethyl-3-toluamide (DEET) and caffeine (CAF), in the two stages of chlorine-UV process (i.e. chlorination and UV/chlor(am)ine) to elucidate the impact of TAN. During chlorina...

Accuracy of remote continuous respiratory rate monitoring technologies intended for low care clinical settings: a prospective observational study.

Altered respiratory rate (RR) has been identified as an important predictor of serious adverse events during hospitalization. Introduction of a well-tolerated continuous RR monitor could potentially reduce serious adverse events such as opioid-induced respiratory depression. The purpose of this study was to investigate the ability of different monitor devices to detect RR in low care clinical settings.

A Combined Mathematical Model Linking the Formation of Amorphous Solid Dispersions with Hot-Melt-Extrusion Process Parameters.

Hot-melt extrusion allows for the continuous production of amorphous solid dispersions, which are used to enhance bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs in pharmaceutical drug delivery. To facilitate formulation and extrusion process development, we propose a mathematical model describing the formation of amorphous solid dispersions in the context of this process. The model is based on the calculation of two key process values: 1) time to dissolution of solid drug particles in molten polymer during extrusi...

Roy Turner (1928 to 2017): A Preliminary Appreciation.

Expanding the Reach of Early Psychosis Intervention.

Not all systematic reviews are created equal.

Editorial: Reflections on the passing of CIHR's Grand Experiment.

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Abstracts of the New England Section of the American Urological Association Annual Meeting.

The Introduction of Prison Needle and Syringe Programs in Canadian Federal Prisons.

Dynamics of bacterial community in a channel catfish nursery pond with cage-pond integration system.

The changes of bacterial community composition in a channel catfish nursery pond with cage-pond integration system were investigated by sequencing of the 16S rRNA gene through Illumina miseq sequencing platforms. A total of 1,362,877 sequences and 1440 operational taxonomic units (OTUs) were obtained. Further analysis showed that the dominant phyla in cage and pond groups were similar, including Actinobacteria, Cyanobacteria, Proteobacteria and Bacteroidetes, although a significant difference was detected b...

Fast-Folding Pathways of the Thrombin-Binding Aptamer G-Quadruplex Revealed by a Markov State Model.

G-quadruplex structures participate in many important cellular processes. For a better understanding of their functions, knowledge of the mechanism by which they fold into the functional native structures is necessary. In this work, we studied the folding process of the thrombin-binding aptamer G-quadruplex. Enabled by a computational paradigm that couples an advanced sampling method and a Markov state model, four folding intermediates were identified, including an antiparallel G-hairpin, two G-triplex stru...

Plant and algal chlorophyll synthases function in Synechocystis and interact with the YidC/Alb3 membrane insertase.

In the model cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803, the terminal enzyme of chlorophyll biosynthesis, chlorophyll synthase (ChlG), forms a complex with high-light-inducible proteins, the photosystem II assembly factor Ycf39, and the YidC/Alb3/OxaI membrane insertase, coordinating chlorophyll delivery with co-translational insertion of nascent photosystem polypeptides into the membrane. To gain insight into the ubiquity of this assembly complex in higher photosynthetic organisms, we produced functional fo...

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