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Automatic reinforcement from operant wheel-running undermines temporal control by fixed-interval schedules of reinforcement.

The current study compared the development of response patterns for operant wheel-running and lever-pressing on fixed-interval schedules. Eleven female Long-Evans rats were exposed to fixed-interval (FI) 15-s, 30-s, and 60-s schedules with wheel revolutions as the operant behavior and sucrose solution as reinforcement. Subsequently, a lever was mounted in each wheel and rats responded on an FI-30 s schedule of sucrose reinforcement. Operant lever-pressing on average developed a scalloping pattern of low r...

Functional Response of Hyperaspis polita (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae) to the Recently Invaded Mealybug Phenacoccus solenopsis (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae).

Hyperaspis polita Weise is the major predator of Phenacoccus solenopsis Tinsley in southwestern Iran. The functional response of fourth instar larva, adult female and male of the ladybird, H. polita, preying upon different stages of the mealybug P. solenopsis was evaluated. All stages of H. polita exhibited type II functional responses against all stages of P. solenopsis with an exception that the functional response of the adult female stage of H. polita to first instar P. solenopsis nymphs was type III. C...

detection of optically-evoked opioid peptide release.

Though the last decade has seen accelerated advances in techniques and technologies to perturb neuronal circuitry in the brain, we are still poorly equipped to adequately dissect endogenous peptide release . To this end we developed a system that combines optogenetics with microdialysis and a highly sensitive mass spectrometry-based assay to measure opioid peptide release in freely moving rodents.

Design and Evaluation of An Extended-Release Olmesartan Tablet Using Chitosan/Cyclodextrin Composites.

Sustained-release olmesartan tablets (OLM) were prepared by the simple, direct compression of composites of anionic sulfobutyl ether-β-cyclodextrin (SBE-β-CD) and cationic spray-dried chitosan (SD-CS), and were evaluated for use as a sustained release preparation for the treatment of hypertension. An investigation of the interaction between OLM and SBE-β-CD by the solubility method indicated that the phase diagram of the OLM/SBE-β-CD system was the A type, indicating the formation of a 1:1 inclusion com...

Late lumen loss in the era of new generation drug-eluting stents: perspective on a quarter century companion.

Systems for stimuli-controlled release: Materials and applications.

The design and development of delivery controlled systems of molecules of interest has attracted great interest over the last years. pH variation, light irradiation, temperature increasing, variation of the redox potential and the application of a magnetic field are among the most widely used stimuli that can be used to induce the release of an active molecule in a medium. The dominance of pH and photo-controlled release is clearly highlighted by the numerous articles published in these fields as well as al...

Drug nanocrystallisation within liposomes.

Liposomes are phospholipid bilayer vesicles that have been explored in pharmaceutical research as drug delivery systems for >50 years. Despite being important to their morphology and drug release pattern, the physical state of the drug within liposomes (liquid, solid, crystalline form) is often overlooked. This review focuses on precipitation of drug within liposomes, which can result in the formation of confined nanocrystals, and consequent changes in liposome morphology and drug release patterns. The ty...

Release Adjustment of Two Drugs with Different Solubility Combined in a Matrix Tablet.

The objective of this study was to modify the release of two drugs having different solubility in a combined matrix tablet as a fixed-dose combination for extended release. Propranolol HCl (freely soluble) and carbamazepine (very slightly soluble) were used as model drugs, water-soluble hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) and water-insoluble ethylcellulose (EC) were used as matrix-forming polymers. Tablets were prepared by direct compression of powder blends, or propranolol HCl was first granulated with on...

Estimation of stature from dimensions of the fourth lumbar vertebra in contemporary middle-aged Finns.

Accurate stature estimation plays an essential role in the identification of unknown deceased individuals. For cases in which conventional methods of stature estimation are not applicable, we studied the stature estimation potential of the fourth lumbar vertebra (L4) among a large living sample of representative contemporary Finns. We also generated stature estimation equations for the middle-aged Finnish population.

Nickel release from metal tools in the German hairdressing trade - a current analysis.

Nickel is one of the most common contact allergens. Despite EU regulations concerning maximum permissible release of nickel from metal objects, nickel release at inappropriately high levels from metal objects was detected in various studies.

Reducing intercity bus crashes through driver rescheduling.

Intercity bus crashes often involve driver fatigue, which itself is usually the result of sleep deprivation, long driving hours, a maladjusted circadian rhythm, or some combination of the above. And driver scheduling has long been suspected as the root cause affecting sleepiness and fatigue. As such, a fundamental question for intercity bus carriers is how to reduce crashes associated with driver schedules, while maintaining a nonstop service? This research seeks to develop a paradigm to minimize overall fl...

Open Surgery for Trigger Finger Required Combined a1-a2 Pulley Release. A Retrospective Study on 1305 Case.

We retrospectively reviewed 1305 open-surgery for idiopathic trigger finger performed by 4 senior hand surgeons between 2014 and 2016.

Sustained Release Bilayer Tablet of Ibuprofen and Phenylephrine Hydrochloride: Preparation and Pharmacokinetics in Beagle Dogs.

Cold is a global common infectious disease accompanied by symptoms such as headache and stuffy nose. Ibuprofen (IBU) and phenylephrine hydrochloride (PE) were commonly used for common cold due to their different effects in relieving fever and the main symptoms such as nasal congestion and high sinus pressure. However, the commercial tablets of IBU and PE have to be administered 2 to 3 times per day due to their short half-life, with inconvenience for patient and fluctuations of plasma concentration. Bilayer...

Characteristics of Office-based Physician Visits, 2016.

In 2016, most Americans had a usual place to receive health care (86% of adults and 96% of children) (1,2). The majority of children and adults listed a doctor's office as the usual place they received care (1,2). In 2016, there were an estimated 883.7 million office-based physician visits in the United States (3,4). This report examines visit rates by age and sex. It also examines visit characteristics-including insurance status, reason for visit, and services-by age. Estimates use data from the 2016 Natio...

Importance of and Satisfaction with Information about Their Disease in Cancer Patients.

To learn more about information needs and satisfaction with provided information among cancer patients and whether dissatisfaction with information has any association with how therapy decisions are made. An online survey was conducted during March 2015 and January 2016 by the German non-profit patient organization "Das Lebenshaus e.V." among their members with rare solid tumors. A total of 338 records was analyzed. The majority found information on their disease important and was satisfied with the provide...

Establishing Baseline Cervical Cancer Screening Coverage - India, 2015-2016.

Cervical cancer is the second leading cause of new cancer cases and cancer-related deaths among women in India, with an estimated 96,922 new cases and 60,078 deaths each year.* Despite the availability of effective low-cost screening options in India, limited access to screening and treatment services, diagnosis at a later stage, and low investment in health care infrastructure all contribute to the high number of deaths (1). In 2016 the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India recommended cervical ca...

Mechanism of drug release from temperature-sensitive formulations composed of low-melting-point microcrystalline wax.

It was reported that wax matrix (WM) particles composed of low-melting-point microcrystalline wax showed unique release behaviors; the particles released only a small amount of the entrapped drug (non-diffusion-controlled release) at 37 °C, whereas it showed comparatively fast drug release in a diffusion-controlled manner at 25 °C. However, the mechanism of the drug release is still unclear. The objective of this study was to determine the mechanism of drug release from the WM particles using X-ray comput...

The current status and future directions of CRS Focus Groups.

In 2018, the Controlled Release Society introduced a new, member-led organizational structure (called "CRS Focus Groups") that provided new opportunities for members at any stage of professional development to be elected to leadership positions, be recognized for their work, and to become a part of close-knit communities in a variety of sub-fields of Controlled Release. This article provides a perspective that spans the origins of this initiative and motivation for building the Focus Groups, to the progress...

Controlled dual drug release by coaxial electrospun fibers - Impact of the core fluid on drug encapsulation and release.

Controlled release of hydrophilic drugs from carriers is still faced with problems due to the poor compatibility of such substances with slowly degradable polymers leading to challenges regarding fabrication as well as undesired burst release of the encapsulated drugs. In this context, coaxial electrospinning being capable of simultaneously using two different solvent systems provides a promising strategy. However, the coaxial electrospinning process is extremely complex and numerous parameters might impact...

Understanding the release performance of pellets with hydrophobic inclusions in sustained-release coating.

The aim of this study was to evaluate how the addition of hydrophobic inclusions to sustained-release pellet film coat can affect drug release. Sustained-release formulations, in particular multiparticulate systems are gaining popularity because they are able to reduce the dosing frequency of drugs that require multiple dosing. In addition, the risk of dose dumping is low and local gastrointestinal irritation is minimised. Metformin-loaded pellets, prepared via extrusion-spheronisation, were coated with eth...

"No one wants to die alone": Incarcerated patients' knowledge and attitudes about early medical release.

Deaths among incarcerated individuals have steadily increased in the United States, exceeding 5,000 in 2014. Nearly every state has a policy to allow patients with serious life-limiting illness to apply for release from prison or jail to die in the community ("early medical release"). Although studies show these policies are rarely used, patient-level barriers to their use are unknown.

Papers arising from the 12th International Basal Ganglia Society Meeting. March 26th-30th 2017, Mérida, Yucatán, México.

This Special Issue of EJN is dedicated to original papers and reviews that arose from presentations given during for the 13 Meeting of the International Basal Ganglia Society (IBAGS) held in Mérida, Mexico in the spring of 2016. The meeting was organised by José Bargas and his team, with over 200 people attending. It consisted of 10 oral sessions and 2 poster sessions (with wine to encourage lively debate). The meeting was preceded by a Clinical Workshop, a Publishing Workshop and a Basic Science Tutorial...

Evaluation of strain coverage of the multicomponent meningococcal serogroup B vaccine (4CMenB) administered in infants according to different immunisation schedules.

The 4-component vaccine 4CMenB, developed against invasive disease caused by meningococcal serogroup B, is approved for use in infants in several countries worldwide. 4CMenB is mostly used as 3 + 1 schedule, except for the UK, where a 2 + 1 schedule is used, and where the vaccine showed an effectiveness of 82.9%. Here we compared the coverage of two 4CMenB vaccination schedules (3 + 1 [2.5, 3.5, 5, 11 months] versus 2 + 1 [3.5, 5, 11 months of age]) against 40 serogroup B strains, representative o...

Pharmacy-related theft of controlled substances: RxPATROL® findings.

To characterize pharmacy-related theft data reported to the Rx Pattern Analysis Tracking Robberies and Other Losses (RxPATROL®) database during the time periods before (2007-2010) and after (2011-2016) the August 2010 switch to reformulated OxyContin® (oxycodone hydrochloride) extended-release tablets (Purdue Pharma L.P.).

Local mu-opioid receptor antagonism blunts evoked phasic dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens of rats.

Mu-opioid receptors (MORs) in the nucleus accumbens (NAc) can regulate reward-related behaviors that are dependent on mesolimbic dopamine, but the precise mechanism of this MOR regulation is unknown. We hypothesized that MORs within the NAc core regulate dopamine release. Specifically, we infused the MOR antagonist CTAP (D-Phe-Cys-Tyr-D-Trp-Arg-Thr-Pen-Thr-NH2) into the NAc core while dopamine release was evoked by electrical stimulation of the ventral tegmental area and measured by fast-scan cyclic voltamm...

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