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Relationship between rice consumption and body weight gain in Japanese workers: white versus brown rice/multigrain rice.

Increasing obesity rates have driven research into dietary support for body weight control, but previous studies have only assessed changes in body weight of ± 3 kg. We investigated the relationships between white or brown/multigrain rice consumption and one-year body weight gain ≥ 3 kg in Japanese factory workers (n = 437). Routine medical check-up data from a one-year nutrition and lifestyle cohort study were analysed. Participants were divided into white rice and brown/multigrain rice consumption grou...

Predicting the range of a regionally threatened, benthic fish using species distribution models and field surveys.

Understanding a species' historical and current distribution is critical when making conservation and management decisions. Recent observations in headwater streams of northern Illinois, USA, where no previous records of Iowa Darters Etheostoma exile occurred, revealed the need to re-evaluate its state-wide distribution. We conducted a series of species distribution modelling procedures coupled with targeted field surveys to generate historical and contemporary distribution models. The historical distributi...

Domestic fowl breed variation in egg white protein expression: application of proteomics and transcriptomics.

Avian egg white is essential for protecting and nourishing bird embryos during their development. Being produced in the female magnum, variability in hen oviduct gene expression may affect egg white composition in domestic chickens. Since traditional poultry breeds may represent a source of variation, in the present study we describe the egg white proteome (mass spectrometry) and corresponding magnum transcriptome (high-throughput sequencing) for twenty hens from five domestic fowl breeds (large breeds: Ara...

Automatic detection, classification, and quantification of sciaenid fish calls in an estuarine soundscape in the Southeast United States.

In the Southeast USA, major contributors to estuarine soundscapes are the courtship calls produced by fish species belonging to the family Sciaenidae. Long-term monitoring of sciaenid courtship sounds may be valuable in understanding reproductive phenology, but this approach produces massive acoustic datasets. With this in mind, we designed a feature-based, signal detector for sciaenid fish calls and tested the efficacy of this detector against manually reviewed data. Acoustic recorders were deployed to col...

Genetic variation in is associated with white matter hyperintensities (n = 11,226).

To identify novel genetic associations with white matter hyperintensities (WMH).

Cellular Microbiology Interview - Dr. Jason King.

Reduced White Matter Fiber Density in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Differences in brain networks and underlying white matter abnormalities have been suggested to underlie symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, robustly characterizing microstructural white matter differences has been challenging. In the present study, we applied an analytic technique that calculates structural metrics specific to differently-oriented fiber bundles within a voxel, termed "fixels". Fixel-based analyses were used to compare diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging data from ...

Different patterns of white matter changes after successful surgery of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.

To explore the dynamic changes of white matters following anterior temporal lobectomy (ATL) in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (MTLE) patients who achieved seizure-free at two-year follow-up.

Differences in Advance Care Planning Between American Indian and White Older Adults.

Advance care planning (ACP) is understudied among American Indian individuals. A cross-sectional, self-administered survey was conducted with a convenience sample of 200 American Indian and 436 non-Hispanic White older adults from two Midwestern states to identify correlates of ACP. Compared with their White peers, American Indian older adults were significantly less likely to have an end-of-life (EOL) care plan or to have completed a durable power of attorney for health care (DPAHC) or a living will. Multi...

Developing a reporting culture: Learning from close calls and hazardous conditions.

Antibacterial activity of lysozyme-binding proteins from chicken egg white.

The purpose of this study was to establish a method for determining the bacteriolytic activity after separation of lysozyme-binding proteins from egg white. Lysozyme-binding proteins such as ovotransferrin and ovalbumin were separated by non-denaturing two-dimensional electrophoresis (2DE) and transferred to a membrane. The lysozyme activity of the separated and immobilized egg white proteins was assessed directly to produce a non-denaturing 3D map of the egg white proteins by incorporating an axis that com...

Progression of White Matter Injury after Intracerebral Hemorrhage: An MRI Study.

White matter injury (WMI) is observed after experimental intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Supporting clinical data are sparse. We assessed the presence, extent, and progression of WMI in ICH patients.

A stereological study on calculation of volume values regarding lumbosacral segments of quails.

In the study, total segment, grey matter and white matter volume values of lumbosacral segment of spinal cord in quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica) were stereologically examined. Regardless of sex, six adult quails were used as material. After the materials were perfused, they were dissected and their spinal cords were uncovered. Tissue samples were taken from each lumbosacral segment of spinal cord. After the tissue fixation process, 6-7 sections having a 5-µm thickness were separated in every 50th secti...

The role of TRP channels in white matter function and ischaemia.

Transient receptor potential (TRP) proteins are a large family of tetrameric non-selective cation channels that are widely expressed in the grey and white matter of the CNS, and are increasingly considered as potential therapeutic targets in brain disorders. Here we briefly review the evidence for TRP channel expression in glial cells and their possible role in both glial cell physiology and stroke. Despite their contribution to important functions, our understanding of the roles of TRP channels in glia is ...

Disrupted functional connectivity and activity in the white matter of the sensorimotor system in patients with pontine strokes.

White matter (WM) blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) signals are reported to be related to neural activity. However, sensitivity of WM BOLD signals to disease remains unclear.

Do total or partial etching procedures effect the rate of white spot lesion formation?: A single-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial.

To determine whether total or partial etching procedures influence the appearance of white spot lesions (WSLs).

Computer-aided prediction of polyp histology on white light colonoscopy using surface pattern analysis.

 This study aimed to evaluate a new computational histology prediction system based on colorectal polyp textural surface patterns using high definition white light images.

Factors that Explain Differences in Abstinence between Black and White Smokers: A Prospective Intervention Study.

Black-White differences in smoking abstinence are not well understood. This trial sought to confirm previously reported differences in quitting between Blacks and Whites and identify factors underlying this difference.

Spaceflight-Associated Brain White Matter Microstructural Changes and Intracranial Fluid Redistribution.

Spaceflight results in transient balance declines and brain morphologic changes; to our knowledge, the effect on brain white matter as measured by diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI), after correcting for extracellular fluid shifts, has not been examined.

Ingested nitrate, disinfection by-products, and risk of colon and rectal cancers in the Iowa Women's Health Study cohort.

N-nitroso compounds (NOC) formed endogenously after nitrate/nitrite ingestion and disinfection by-products (DBPs) are suspected colorectal carcinogens, but epidemiologic evidence of these associations is limited.

Exposures to e-cigarettes and their refills: calls to Australian Poisons Information Centres, 2009-2016.

Depression Plays a Moderating Role in the Cognitive Decline Associated With Changes of Brain White Matter Hyperintensities.

In the elderly, depression and white matter hyperintensities (WMH) are common and associated with cognitive impairment. This study investigated the possible interactions between depression and WMH in their influences on cognition of the elderly.

Modifiable Vascular Risk Factors, White Matter Disease, and Cognition in Early Parkinson's Disease.

Dementia in Parkinson's disease (PD) is common and disabling. Identification of modifiable risk factors for it is essential. Vascular risk factors may be associated with cognitive decline in early PD. Biomarkers that serve as surrogates of the long-term effect of vascular risk factors on PD are needed. To that end, we aimed to quantitate white matter hyperintensities in early PD, measure associations with vascular risk factors, and examine relationships between white matter hyperintensities and longitudinal...

A child's memory.

It is exceptional that the data of a disease are taken from a historical account in which the author, King Alfonso X the Wise himself, in one of the songs (Cantigas) to Mary, the Virgin (monument of universal literature), recites the facts from his childhood in the city of Cuenca, in the middle of August of 1226. These Facts had a great resonance.

Correction to: Functional Connectivity in Adult Brain Tumor Patients: A Systematic Review, by Fox ME and King TZ. Brain Connect 2018;8(7):381-397. DOI: 10.1089/brain.2018.0623.

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