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Simultaneous determination of allantoin and adenosine in human urine using liquid chromatography - UV detection.

We report a HPLC-UV method for the quantitative determination of allantoin and adenosine in human urine, validated according to the acceptance criteria of both the USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guideline for bioanalytical method validation and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) validation guidelines. Both allantoins and adenosine are compounds of the purine catabolic pathway. Adenosine is situated at the top as a uric acid (UA) precursor, while allantoin is the best-known degradation product of UA...

South Korea: in the midst of a privacy reform centered on data sharing.

With rapid developments in genomic and digital technologies, genomic data sharing has become a key issue for the achievement of precision medicine in South Korea. The legal and administrative framework for data sharing and protection in this country is currently under intense scrutiny from national and international stakeholders. Policymakers are assessing the relevance of specific restrictions in national laws and guidelines for better alignment with international approaches. This manuscript will consider ...

New Technologies for Glaucoma Detection.

This review describes some of the most relevant recent advances in the development and application of new technologies for detecting and managing glaucoma, including imaging, visual function testing, and tonometry. The widespread availability of mobile technology in the developing world is improving health care delivery, for example, with smartphones and mobile applications that allow patient data to be assessed remotely by health care providers.

Contemporary Aspects of Marketing in Clinical Trials Including Segments of IT and Technology Transfer.

The aim of this paper is to present the marketing strategy and the application of management (marketing management) and advertising in order to increase the efficiency of innovative approach in clinical trials that include and involve the use of new technologies and transfer of technologies.

Precision in drawing and tracing tasks: Different measures for different aspects of fine motor control.

Drawing and tracing tasks, by being relatively easy to execute and evaluate, have been incorporated in many paradigms used to study motor control. While these tasks are helpful when examining various aspects relative to the performance, the relationship in proficiency between these tasks was not evaluated to our knowledge. Seeing that drawing is thought to be an internally cued and tracing an externally cued task, differences in performances are to be expected. In this study, a quantitative evaluation of th...

Plasma metabolic changes in Chinese HIV-infected patients receiving lopinavir/ritonavir based treatment: Implications for HIV precision therapy.

The goal of this study is to profile the metabolic changes in the plasma of HIV patients receiving lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r)-based highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) relative to their treatment-naïve phase, aimed to identify precision therapy for HIV for improving prognosis and predicting dyslipidemia caused by LPV/r.

Available ablation energies to treat cT1 renal cell cancer: emerging technologies.

An increasing interest in percutaneous ablation of renal tumors has been caused by the increasing incidence of SRMs, the trend toward minimally invasive nephron-sparing treatments and the rapid development of local ablative technologies. In the era of shared decision making, patient preference for non-invasive treatments also leads to an increasing demand for image-guided ablation. Although some guidelines still reserve ablation for poor surgical candidates, indications may soon expand as evidence for the u...

Derivatization method for the quantification of lactic acid in cell culture media via gas chromatography and applications in the study of cell glycometabolism.

Lactic acid represents an important metabolite that reflects mitochondria function and may further serve as energy source for cancer cells. In light of this physiological and pathological significance, we developed a novel and sensitive gas chromatography method to detect lactic acid in cell culture media. Here, ethyl chloroformate was selected as derivative reagent and the derivatization process was further optimized in terms of number of reagents and reaction time as well as extraction reagents. Under opt...

RNA Interference to Enhance Radiation Therapy: Targeting the DNA Damage Response.

RNA interference (RNAi) therapy is an emerging class of biopharmaceutical that has immense potential in cancer medicine. RNAi medicines are based on synthetic oligonucleotides that can suppress a target protein in tumour cells with high specificity. This review explores the attractive prospect of using RNAi as a radiosensitizer by targeting the DNA damage response. There are a multitude of molecular targets involved in the detection and repair of DNA damage that are suitable for this purpose. Recent develop...

Advantages of surgical simulation in the surgical reconstruction of oncological patients.

Stereolithography, which consists of computer-aided designed/computer-aided manufactured (CAD-CAM) and computer simulations, is a manufacturing technologies used for the production of definitive models and prototypes printed in three dimensions, and is widely used in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Surgical procedures using models made by these technologies offer several advantages.

Targeted Dosing as a Precision Health Approach to Pharmacotherapy in Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

As clinicians have begun to provide targeted pharmacotherapy for children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), several ethical challenges have arisen. In this paper, we review 3 challenges related to applying a precision health approach to pediatric IBD populations: selection of a disease monitoring method, pharmacotherapy optimization, and economic considerations in clinical decision making.

Overview of Precision Oncology Trials: Challenges and Opportunities.

Introduction In recent years, the therapeutic management of selected patients with cancer has shifted towards the 'Precision Medicine" approach based on patient's mechanisms of tumorigenesis, and their baseline characteristics and comorbidities. Complete tumor and cell-free DNA profiling using next-generation sequencing, proteomic and RNA analysis, and immune mechanisms should to be taken into consideration and accurate bioinformatic analysis is essential to optimize patient's treatment. Areas covered The c...

Genome editing in the mammalian brain using the CRISPR-Cas system.

Recent advances in genome editing technologies such as the clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)-associated endonuclease Cas9 have enabled the rapid and efficient modification of endogenous genomes in a variety of cell types, accelerating biomedical research. In particular, precise genome editing in somatic cells in vivo allows for the rapid generation of genetically modified cells in living animals and holds great promise for the possibility of directly correcting genetic defec...

Building professionals' intention to use smart and sustainable building technologies - An empirical study.

Smart and sustainable buildings save energy and material resources and provide a comfortable environment that enhances their occupants' well-being and productivity. It is therefore crucial to understand how building professionals, including designers, engineers, and contractors, view smart and sustainable buildings and what drives them towards smart and sustainable building technologies. This study identifies salient smart and sustainable building features from building professionals' perspective and explor...

Biotechnological strategies for the recovery of valuable and critical raw materials from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) - A review.

Critical raw materials (CRMs) are essential in the development of novel high-tech applications. They are essential in sustainable materials and green technologies, including renewable energy, emissionfree electric vehicles and energy-efficient lighting. However, the sustainable supply of CRMs is a major concern. Recycling end-of-life devices is an integral element of the CRMs supply policy of many countries. Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is an important secondary source of CRMs. Currently...

Striving for Precision: Enhancing Genetic Competency in Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Students.

Research in genetics and genomics has led to the development of precision medicine, with health care increasingly individually based on one's genetic makeup. Implementation of genetics and genomics in primary care has been challenging given the rapid development of new advances. Clinicians report difficulties incorporating genetics and genomics in practice, citing insufficient knowledge, training, confidence, and resources for genetic diagnoses, testing, and result reporting.

Green and simple analytical method to determine benzimidazoles in milk samples by using salting-out assisted liquid-liquid extraction and capillary liquid chromatography.

A green and simple multiresidue method using capillary liquid chromatography (CLC) with UV-diode array detection (DAD) has been developed for the determination of sixteen benzimidazoles (BZs) and its metabolites in milk samples. The separation was achieved in

Effect of Health Information Technologies on Glycemic Control Among Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.

This study was to present meta-analysis findings across selected clinical trials for the effect of health information technologies (HITs) on glycemic control among patients with type 2 diabetes.

Array-based "Chemical Nose" Sensing in Diagnostics and Drug Discovery.

Array-based sensor 'chemical nose/tongue' platforms are inspired by the mammalian olfactory system. Multiple sensor elements in these devices selectively interact with target analytes, producing a distinct pattern of response and enabling analyte identification. This approach offers unique opportunities relative to 'traditional' highly specific sensor elements such as antibodies. Array-based sensors excel at distinguishing small changes in complex mixtures, and this capability is being leveraged for chemica...

Mental health care technologies: Primary Care practices and processes.

To analyze the technologies of mental health care used in the practices and processes that constitute Primary Health Care from the discourses of nurses of the Family Health Strategy.

Sarcopenia: Beyond Muscle Atrophy and into the New Frontiers of Opportunistic Imaging, Precision Medicine, and Machine Learning.

As populations continue to age worldwide, the impact of sarcopenia on public health will continue to grow. The clinically relevant and increasingly common diagnosis of sarcopenia is at the confluence of three tectonic shifts in medicine: opportunistic imaging, precision medicine, and machine learning. This review focuses on the state-of-the-art imaging of sarcopenia and provides context for such imaging by discussing the epidemiology, pathophysiology, consequences, and future directions in the field of sarc...

AMCP Partnership Forum: Managing Care in the Wave of Precision Medicine.

Precision medicine, the customization of health care to an individual's genetic profile while accounting for biomarkers and lifestyle, has increasingly been adopted by health care stakeholders to guide the development of treatment options, improve treatment decision making, provide more patient-centered care, and better inform coverage and reimbursement decisions. Despite these benefits, key challenges prevent its broader use and adoption. On December 7-8, 2017, the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy convened...

Synthetic Lethal Networks for Precision Oncology: Promises and Pitfalls.

Synthetic lethal interactions, in which the simultaneous loss-of-function of two genes produces a lethal phenotype, are being explored as a means to therapeutically exploit cancer-specific vulnerabilities and expand the scope of precision oncology. Currently, three FDA approved drugs work by targeting the synthetic lethal interaction between BRCA1/2 and PARP. This review examines additional efforts to discover networks of synthetic lethal interactions and discusses both challenges and opportunities regardin...

Individualized Hemodialysis Treatment: A Perspective on Residual Kidney Function and Precision Medicine in Nephrology.

Residual kidney function (RKF) is often expected to inevitably and rapidly decline among hemodialysis patients and, hence, has been inadvertently ignored in clinical practice. The importance of RKF has been revisited in some recent studies. Given that patients with end-stage renal disease now tend to initiate maintenance hemodialysis therapy with higher RKF levels, there seem to be important opportunities for incremental hemo-dialysis by individualizing the dose and frequency according to their RKF levels. ...

A gradient-based, GPU-accelerated, high-precision contour-segmentation algorithm with application to cell membrane fluctuation spectroscopy.

We present a novel intensity-gradient based algorithm specifically designed for nanometer-segmentation of cell membrane contours obtained with high-resolution optical microscopy combined with high-velocity digital imaging. The algorithm relies on the image oversampling performance and computational power of graphical processing units (GPUs). Both, synthetic and experimental data are used to quantify the sub-pixel precision of the algorithm, whose analytic performance results comparatively higher than in pre...

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