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Cardiovascular risk assessment using the lipid accumulation product index among primary healthcare users: a cross-sectional study.

The lipid accumulation product (LAP) index is an abdominal adiposity marker.


Association between consumption of ultra-processed foods and serum C-reactive protein levels: cross-sectional results from the ELSA-Brasil study.

There may be a direct association between consumption of ultra-processed foods and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels, under the assumption that the high glycemic index of these food products could stimulate the entire chronic inflammation cascade, along with an indirect association mediated by obesity. The types of food consumed, including ultra-processed products, strongly influence obesity, and are also associated with higher serum CRP levels.

What do Cochrane systematic reviews say about telemedicine for healthcare?

Telemedicine has emerged as a tool for overcoming the challenges of healthcare systems and is likely to become increasingly viable, since information and communication technologies have become more sophisticated and user-friendly.


Recruitment dynamics and fishery characteristics of juvenile goatfishes Mulloidichthys spp. in Hawaii.

The most common goatfishes in Hawaii, Mulloidichthys flavolineatus and M. vanicolensis, comprise a unique resource due to their cultural, ecological and biological significance. These species exhibit pulse-type recruitment to nearshore areas during the summer months. Such pulses of juvenile fishes provide prey for pelagic and nearshore fishes and support a popular directed fishery. However, limited scientific information exists on juvenile stages of these fishes, known locally as oama, despite their contrib...

Spatial trophic cascades in communities connected by dispersal and foraging.

Pairwise interactions between species have both direct and indirect consequences that reverberate throughout the whole ecosystem. In particular, interaction effects may propagate in a spatial dimension, to localities connected by organismal movement. Here we study the propagation of interaction effects with a spatially explicit metacommunity model, where local sites are connected by dispersal, foraging, or by both types of movement. We show that indirect pairwise effects are, in most cases, of the same sign...

Spinal Neuropeptide Y1 Receptor-Expressing Neurons Form an Essential Excitatory Pathway for Mechanical Itch.

Acute itch can be generated by either chemical or mechanical stimuli, which activate separate pathways in the periphery and spinal cord. While substantial progress has been made in mapping the transmission pathway for chemical itch, the central pathway for mechanical itch remains obscure. Using complementary genetic and pharmacological manipulations, we show that excitatory neurons marked by the expression of the neuropeptide Y1 receptor (Y1 neurons) form an essential pathway in the dorsal spinal cord for t...

Conversion of Astrocytes and Fibroblasts into Functional Noradrenergic Neurons.

Dysfunction of noradrenergic (NA) neurons is associated with a number of neuronal disorders. Diverse neuronal subtypes can be generated by direct reprogramming. However, it is still unknown how to convert non-neuronal cells into NA neurons. Here, we show that seven transcription factors (TFs) (Ascl1, Phox2b, AP-2α, Gata3, Hand2, Nurr1, and Phox2a) are able to convert astrocytes and fibroblasts into induced NA (iNA) neurons. These iNA neurons express the genes required for the biosynthesis, release, and re-...

ABCE1 Controls Ribosome Recycling by an Asymmetric Dynamic Conformational Equilibrium.

The twin-ATPase ABCE1 has a vital function in mRNA translation by recycling terminated or stalled ribosomes. As for other functionally distinct ATP-binding cassette (ABC) proteins, the mechanochemical coupling of ATP hydrolysis to conformational changes remains elusive. Here, we use an integrated biophysical approach allowing direct observation of conformational dynamics and ribosome association of ABCE1 at the single-molecule level. Our results from FRET experiments show that the current static two-state m...

Functional Inactivation of Mast Cells Enhances Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Browning in Mice.

Adipose tissue browning and systemic energy expenditure provide a defense mechanism against obesity and associated metabolic diseases. In high-cholesterol Western diet-fed mice, mast cell (MC) inactivation ameliorates obesity and insulin resistance and improves the metabolic rate, but a direct role of adipose tissue MCs in thermogenesis and browning remains unproven. Here, we report that adrenoceptor agonist norepinephrine-stimulated metabolic rate and subcutaneous adipose tissue (SAT) browning are enhanced...

Joint modelling of diffusion MRI and microscopy.

The combination of diffusion MRI with microscopy provides unique opportunities to study microstructural features of tissue, particularly when acquired in the same sample. Microscopy is frequently used to validate diffusion MRI microstructure models, addressing the indirect nature of dMRI signals. Typically, these modalities are analysed separately, and microscopy is taken as a gold standard against which dMRI-derived parameters are validated. Here we propose an alternative approach in which we combine diffu...

Contamination Control in Compounding Areas.

In pharmaceutical compounding, effective contamination control is based on a complete understanding of the impact, sources, mechanisms, and prevention of adulterants in the compounding suite. Only then do the multiple facets of designing, constructing, maintaining, cleaning, using, and monitoring controlled environments make sense. This article presents an overview of the types of contaminants likely to compromise the potency and for their eradication. The information provided also applies to the contaminat...

Erratum: Zur E. Topical Treatment of Primary Focal Hyperhidrosis, Part 2. IJPC 2019; 23(2):94-104.

The METHOD OF PREPARATION in the formulation titled Compounded Oxybutynin Chloride 10% Topical Gel on page 102 in the article titled Topical Treatment of Primary Focal Hyperhidrosis, Part 2. IJPC. 2019; 23(2): 94-104 was published incorrectly. Please replace that information with the data provided herein.

Reversible direct-indirect band transition in alloying TMDs heterostructures via band engineering.

Alloying is a feasible and practical strategy to tune the electronic properties of two-dimensional layered semiconductors. Here, based on first-principles calculations and analysis, we demonstrate band engineering through alloying W into a prototype MoS2/MoSe2 heterostructure. Especially, when the W compositions x > 0.57 in Mo1-xWxS2/MoSe2, it exhibits remarkable and reversible direct- to indirect-gap transition. This is because for Mo1-xWxS2/MoSe2, the valence band maximum located at the K point ori...

Dynamic beam current control for improved dose accuracy in PBS proton therapy.

The step-and-shoot method of pencil beam scanning delivers the dose on a three-dimensional grid in the target volume, with one dimension defined by the proton energy. While the dose per pencil beam may vary substantially within an iso-energy layer, the beam current typically remains constant. In this static operation mode, the inherent latency of the beam switch-off mechanism results in a lower limit for the deliverable spot dose, which may prevent the application of some of the low-weighted spots prescribe...

Towards New Frontiers of Direct Oral Anticoagulants: Sickle Cell Disease.

Beyond Public Health Genomics: Can Big Data and Predictive Analytics Deliver Precision Public Health?

The field of public health genomics has matured in the past two decades and is beginning to deliver genomic-based interventions for health and health care. In the past few years, the terms precision medicine and precision public health have been used to include information from multiple fields measuring biomarkers as well as environmental and other variables to provide tailored interventions. In the context of public health, "precision" implies delivering the right intervention to the right population at th...

Thermal conductance of single-molecule junctions.

Single-molecule junctions have been extensively used to probe properties as diverse as electrical conduction, light emission, thermoelectric energy conversion, quantum interference, heat dissipation and electronic noise at atomic and molecular scales. But a quantity of considerable current interest-the thermal conductance of a single-molecule junction-has eluded direct experimental determination, reflecting the considerable challenge of detecting minute heat currents at the picowatt level. Here we show that...

Exploration and Initial Development of Text Classification Models to Identify Health Information Technology Usability-Related Patient Safety Event Reports.

 With the pervasive use of health information technology (HIT) there has been increased concern over the usability and safety of this technology. Identifying HIT usability and safety hazards, mitigating those hazards to prevent patient harm, and using this knowledge to improve future HIT systems are critical to advancing health care.

THERAPEUTIC DRUG MONITORING OF INFLIXIMAB IN SPONDYLOARTHRITIS. A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.

Available evidence indicates that a therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) strategy leads to major cost savings related to the anti-tumour necrosis factor-α (TNF-α) therapy in both inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients , with no negative impact on efficacy. However, although the systematic use of TDM could potentially be beneficial and economically acceptable to drug dose optimization, it is not justifiable for all drugs. Infliximab (IFX) is a chimeric monoclonal immunoglobulin G1 (...

Development of An Analytical Method for the Metaproteomic Investigation Of Bioaerosol from Work Environments.

The metaproteomic analysis of air particulate matter provides valuable information about the properties of bioaerosols in the atmosphere and their influence on climate and public health. In this work, a new method for the extraction and analysis of proteins in airborne particulate matter from quartz microfiber filters was developed. Different protein extraction procedures were tested to select the best extraction protocol based on protein recovery. The optimized method was tested for the extraction of prote...

Rubella Immunity in Pregnant Iranian Women: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Rubella infection within the first trimester of pregnancy may lead to adverse pregnancy outcomes. The present study was conducted to evaluate the immunity against rubella among the pregnant Iranian women. The steps of meta-analyses were conducted based on the MOOSE protocol and results were reported according to the PRISMA guideline. To review the associated English and Persian literature, a comprehensive search was conducted among the international databases such as Scopus, PubMed/Medline, Science Direct, ...

Estimating The Annual Abortion Rate in Kerman, Iran: Comparison of Direct, Network Scale-Up, and Single Sample Count Methods.

Abortion is a sensitive issue surrounded by social, cultural and religious stigmata. Therefore, estimation of its prevalence involves methodological challenges. The aim of this manuscript is to estimate the abortion prevalence, stratified by type, using a direct and two indirect methods.

Genetic Polymorphisms within The Intronless ACTL7A and ACTL7B Genes Encoding Spermatogenesis-Specific Actin-Like Proteins in Japanese Males.

Actins play essential roles in cellular morphogenesis. In mice, the and 2 genes, which encode actin-like proteins, are specifically expressed in haploid germ cells. Both and have also been cloned and studied. The orthologous genes in humans are present on chromosome 9q31.3 as intronless genes. Defects of germ cell-specific genes can introduce infertility without somatic function impairment. We determined T-ACTIN1 and 2, specifically expressed in the testis using reverse-transcription polymerase chain rea...

Organic and Organometallic Chemistry at the Single-Molecule, -Particle, and -Molecular-Catalyst-Turnover Level by Fluorescence Microscopy.

Mechanistic studies have historically played a key role in the discovery and optimization of reactions in organic and organometallic chemistry. However, even apparently simple organic and organometallic transformations may have surprisingly complicated multistep mechanisms, increasing the difficulty of extracting this mechanistic information. The resulting reaction intermediates often constitute a small fraction of the total reaction mixture, for example, creating a long-term analytical challenge of detecti...

Dark-Field Microwells toward High-Throughput Direct miRNA Sensing with Gold Nanoparticles.

MicroRNA (miRNA) is a class of short RNA that is emerging as an ideal biomarker, as its expression level has been found to correlate with different types of diseases including diabetes and cancer. The detection of miRNA is highly beneficial for early diagnostics and disease monitoring. However, miRNA sensing remains difficult because of its small size and low expression levels. Common techniques such as quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR), hybridization and Northern blotting have bee...


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