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Anonymity preserving and round effective three-party authentication key exchange protocol based on chaotic maps.

Three-party authentication key exchange (3PAKE) is a protocol that allows two users to set up a common session key with the help of a trusted remote server, which is effective for secret communication between clients in a large-scale network environment. Since chaotic maps have superior characteristics, researchers have recently presented some of the studies that apply it to authentication key exchange and cryptography. Providing user anonymity in the authentication key exchange is one of the important secu...


A secret that underlies Parkinson's disease: The damaging cycle.

Parkinson's disease (PD) is a movement disorder, and its common characteristics include the loss of dopaminergic neurons and the accumulation of a special type of cytoplasmic inclusions called Lewy bodies in the substantia nigra pars compacta, which are more prevalent in the elderly. However, the pathophysiology of PD is still elusive. In this review, we summarized five common factors involved in PD, namely, (i) oxidative stress, (ii) mitochondrial dysfunction, (iii) inflammation, (iv) abnormal α-synuclein...

The prevalence and demographic correlates of stress, anxiety, and depression among veterinary students in the Southeastern United States.

It is no secret that the rigors of professional medical programs are creating an immense strain on mental health, and studies show that students are coping poorly. It is becoming more widely known that this problem especially exists in veterinary medicine. Veterinary colleges are starting to make changes to address the mental health crisis among their student (and practitioner) population, however, in order to solve a problem you must first understand your audience. There are still questions regarding who i...


Solvent Effects: A Signature of J- and H- Aggregate of Carbon Nanodots in Polar Solvents.

The secret behind excitation dependent/independent photoluminescence of carbon nanodots (CDs) is not yet revealed completely. To address this issue, a detailed investigation on solvent polarity dependent optical properties of citric acid-urea co-derived nitrogen doped carbon nanodots (NCDs) was carried out. The interpretation on UV-visible spectral data reveals presence of H-aggregates formed through hydrogen bonding. In addition, dipole-dipole interaction mediated J-aggregates is clearly evident. The broad...

Terminology of Dental Caries and Dental Caries Management: Consensus Report of a Workshop Organized by ORCA and Cariology Research Group of IADR.

A 2-day workshop of ORCA and the IADR Cariology Research Group was organized to discuss and reach consensus on definitions of the most commonly used terms in cariology. The aims were to identify and to select the most commonly used terms of dental caries and dental caries management and to define them based on current concepts. Terms related to definition, diagnosis, risk assessment, and monitoring of dental caries were included. The Delphi process was used to establish terms to be considered using the nomi...

Smoking Social Norms Among Young Adults in New York City.

More than half of young adult (YA) (ages 18-26) smokers are non-daily smokers. While standard cessation methods are generally successful with adults and daily smokers, there is evidence that they are not as successful among non-daily smokers or young adults. Additionally, YA smokers are also in a transition period to regular smoking, making research on understanding how interpersonal and environmental factors affect this group of smokers critical. Randomized time location sampling was used to create a sampl...

Going beyond defining: Preschool educators' use of knowledge in their pedagogical reasoning about vocabulary instruction.

Previous research investigating both the knowledge of early childhood educators and the support for vocabulary development present in early childhood settings has indicated that both educator knowledge and enacted practice are less than optimal, which has grave implications for children's early vocabulary learning and later reading achievement. Further, the nature of the relationship between educators' knowledge and practice is unclear, making it difficult to discern the best path towards improved knowledge...

Long non-coding RNA HOTAIR in circulatory exosomes is correlated with ErbB2/HER2 positivity in breast cancer.

Cancer cells are known to produce and secret extracellular vesicles for intercellular communication through the carried cargos. HOTAIR (HOX transcript antisense intergenic RNA), a well-studied long non-coding RNA (lncRNA), plays a critical role in cancer progression. In several cancer types it has been shown that HOTAIR-containing exosomes are produced by cancer cells. Here we show that circulatory exosomal HOTAIR is present in breast cancer patients and explores the pathological correlation with the diseas...

Diagnostic possibilities of modern biochemical study of sputum from patients with cystic fibrosis (literature review).

The review presents the pathobiochemical and molecular mechanisms of sputum formation in patients with cystic fibrosis associated with the pathophysiological features of the disease. Statistical data on the prevalence of this pathology in the world and in the Russian Federation are presented. The mechanisms of sputum formation and disorders of the mucociliary apparatus, leading to the accumulation of viscous bronchopulmonary secret in cystic fibrosis, are considered. The principles of the relationship betwe...

NPMA: A Novel Privacy-Preserving Mutual Authentication in TMIS for Mobile Edge-Cloud Architecture.

Mobile Edge-Cloud Network is a new network structure after fog-cloud computing, where service and data computing are scattered in the most logical, nearby and efficient place. It provides better services than fog-cloud computing with better performance in reasonably low cost way and allows users to eliminate numerous limitations inherent in fog-cloud computing, although it inherits those security-privacy issues from fog-cloud computing. A novel privacy-preserving mutual authentication in TMIS for mobile Edg...

The secret life of conjugative relaxases.

Conjugative relaxases are well-characterized proteins responsible for the site- and strand-specific endonucleolytic cleavage and strand transfer reactions taking place at the start and end of the conjugative DNA transfer process. Most of the relaxases characterized biochemically and structurally belong to the HUH family of endonucleases. However, an increasing number of new families of relaxases are revealing a variety of protein folds and catalytic alternatives to accomplish conjugative DNA processing. Rel...

Processing speed in perceptual visual crowding.

In this study, a perceptual visual crowding paradigm was designed to quantitatively assess the detection speed of (un)crowded meaningful visual targets using eye-movement responses. This paradigm was tested in individuals with dyslexia and age-matched controls. Trials were shown on a monitor with an integrated eye tracker to 25 control and 11 dyslexic subjects without any known ocular problems. Each trial started with fixation of a central target. Next, four peripheral targets were shown (left, right, top, ...

Insulin and insulin-like growth factors act as renal cell cancer intratumoral regulators.

The risk of renal cell carcinoma development is correlated with obesity and type II diabetes. Since insulin and insulin-like growth factors play a key role during development of both metabolic diseases, these molecules may be important in RCC pathophysiology We investigated the effect of insulin and IGFs on RCC cells using in vitro model with 786-O, 769-P, Caki-1, Caki-2, ACHN cancer cell lines. Cancer cells were compared with normal kidney cells - PCS-400-010 and HEK293. The growth, viability of cells as w...

Context matters: A review to formulate a conceptual framework for coaching as a disability accommodation.

Although dyslexia affects 5-8% of the workforce this developmental disorder has not been sufficiently researched in adult populations. Yet a diagnosis confers legal protections as employers must provide disability 'accommodations' to assist work functioning and performance. The implementation of such accommodations, including coaching, lacks theoretical framing and evaluations of impact in practice. Recognizing a need for conceptual work, we undertook a narrative, systematic scoping review from a realist pr...

A novel pan-cancer biomarker plasma heat shock protein 90alpha and its diagnosis determinants in clinic.

A sensitive and specific diagnosis biomarker, in principle scalable to most cancer types, is needed to reduce the prevalent cancer mortality. Meanwhile, the investigation of diagnosis determinants of a biomarker will facilitate the interpretation of its screening results in clinic. Here we design a large-scale (1,558 enrollments), multicenter (multiple hospitals), and cross-validation (two datasets) clinic study to validate plasma Hsp90α quantified by ELISA as a pan-cancer biomarker. ROC curve shows the op...

Nosema bombycis suppresses host hemolymph melanization through secreted serpin 6 inhibiting the prophenoloxidase activation cascade.

Nosema bombycis is a pathogen of the silkworm that belongs to the microsporidia, a group of obligate intracellular parasites related to fungi. N. bombycis infection causes the disease pébrine in silkworms. Insects utilize hemolymph melanization as part of the innate immune response to fight against pathogens, and melanization relies on a serine protease-mediated prophenoloxidase (PPO) activation cascade that is tightly regulated by serine protease inhibitors (serpins). Previous studies showed that N. bomby...

A dual-transduction-integrated biosensing system to examine the 3D cell-culture for bone regeneration.

Three-dimensional (3D) cell cultures developed with living cells and scaffolds have demonstrated outstanding potential for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications. However, no suitable tools are available to monitor dynamically variable cell behavior in such a complex microenvironment. In particular, simultaneously assessing cell behavior, cell secretion, and the general state of a 3D culture system is of a really challenging task. This paper presents our development of a dual-transduction...

The intelligibility and comprehension of synthetic natural speech in dyslexic students.

Despite the growing amount of data on the 'synthetic speech perception' by people with no disabilities, there has been limited research on the intelligibility and comprehension of synthetic speech systems by dyslexics. This study investigated the intelligibility and comprehension of synthetic versus natural speech in Greek dyslexic students. Forty three dyslexic students were presented with various acoustic stimuli (words, sentences, texts) both in synthetic and natural speech. The data analysis has shown...

Exploring the use of network meta-analysis in education: examining the correlation between ORF and text complexity measures.

Calls for empirical investigations of the Common Core standards (CCSSs) for English Language Arts have been widespread, particularly in the area of text complexity in the primary grades (e.g., Hiebert & Mesmer Educational Research, 42(1), 44-51, 2013). The CCSSs mention that qualitative methods (such as Fountas and Pinnell) and quantitative methods (such as Lexiles) can be used to gauge text complexity (CCSS Initiative, 2010). However, researchers have questioned the validity of these tools for several deca...


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