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In vitro comparison of frictional forces of a new polycrystalline ceramic bracket versus metal-insert ceramic bracket before and after aging.

The purpose of this study was to compare the friction of two types of polycrystalline ceramic brackets before and after aging.

Teruaki Mukaiyama (1927-2018).

Teruaki Mukaiyama, formerly Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo University, and Tokyo University of Science passed away on November 17, 2018. As one of the most productive organic chemists he has enriched the field of synthetic organic chemistry in 60 years of research. His most important contributions are reviewed herein by a close friend.

Can interfaces at bracket-wire and between teeth in multi-teeth finite element model be simplified?

Finite element (FE) method's correctness depends heavily on modeling method. This study aimed at determining whether the interfaces at bracket-wire and between teeth can be simplified for multi-teeth FE analysis.

HOXA-10 gene expression in ectopic and eutopic endometrium tissues: Does it differ between fertile and infertile women with endometriosis?

To compare HOXA-10 gene expression in eutopic endometrium samples, between fertile and infertile endometriosis patients and the fertile control cases, and in endometrium and endometrioma specimens, between severe and moderate endometriosis cases.

Effects of the golfer-ground interaction on clubhead speed in skilled male golfers.

The purposes of this study were to characterise the golfer-ground interactions during the swing and to identify meaningful associations between the golfer-ground interaction force/moment parameters and the maximum clubhead speed in 63 highly skilled male golfers (handicap ≤ 3). Golfers performed shots in 3 club conditions (driver, 5-iron and pitching wedge) which were captured by an optical motion capture system and 2 force plates. In addition to the ground reaction forces (GRFs), 3 different golfer-groun...

Full-genome analysis of hepatitis C virus in Japanese and non-Japanese patients coinfected with HIV-1 in Tokyo.

Acute hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is increasing among HIV-1-infected individuals in Tokyo. Appropriate clinical management is needed.

Gesture height reflects common ground status even in patients with amnesia.

When we communicate, we alter our language and gesture based on the mutually shared knowledge - common ground - that we have with our listener. How memory supports these alterations remain unclear. We asked healthy adults and patients with hippocampal amnesia to engage in a referential communication task. Previous work suggests that common ground can be encoded by distinct memory systems; Amnesic patients show normal learning and referential label use as common ground increases, but inconsistently mark thes...

Probability of Escherichia coli contamination spread in ground beef production.

Human illness due to contamination of food by pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli is a serious public health concern and can cause significant economic losses in the food industry. Recent outbreaks of such illness sourced from ground beef production motivates the work in this paper. Most ground beef is produced in large facilities where many carcasses are butchered and various pieces of them are ground together in sequential batches. Assuming that the source of contamination is a single carcass and that ...

Validation of Tokyo Guideline 2013 as Treatment of Acute Cholecystitis by Real World Data.

The Tokyo Guidelines (TG; 2013) indicated that emergency cholecystectomy is an important early treatment option for acute cholecystitis; however, surgical intervention is not necessarily indicated in patients with advanced age. We evaluated percutaneous transhepatic gallbladder aspiration (PTGBA), percutaneous transhepatic gallbladder drainage (PTGBD), and the administration of antibiotics alone as treatment options for acute -cholecystitis.

Rigorous Results for the Ground States of the Spin-2 Bose-Hubbard Model.

We present rigorous and universal results for the ground states of the f=2 spinor Bose-Hubbard model. The model includes three two-body on-site interaction terms, two of which are spin dependent while the other one is spin independent. We prove that, depending only on the coefficients of the two spin-dependent terms, the ground state exhibits maximum or minimum total spin or SU(5) ferromagnetism. Exact ground-state degeneracies and the forms of ground-state wave function are also determined in each case. Al...

Semisolid culture medium improves mycelial recovery of Agaricus subrufescens cryopreserved in cereal grains.

This study aimed to evaluate the effects of the solid and semisolid culture medium on the mycelial viability of A. subrufescens after 5-year cryopreservation at - 70 °C. Mycelia were grown in three types of whole or ground grains, with or without 5% glycerol addition in the substrate and/or in a cryotube. After 5 years of cryopreservation at - 70 °C, every treatment was thawed and recovered in malt extract culture medium with 15 (solid culture medium) or 5 g L (semisolid culture medium) of agar. ...

Anomalous Antiferromagnetism in Metallic RuO_{2} Determined by Resonant X-ray Scattering.

We studied the magnetic ordering of thin films and bulk crystals of rutile RuO_{2} using resonant x-ray scattering across the Ru L_{2} absorption edge. Combining polarization analysis and azimuthal angle dependence of the magnetic Bragg signal, we have established the presence and characteristic of collinear antiferromagnetism in RuO_{2} with T_{N}>300  K. In addition to revealing a spin-ordered ground state in the simplest ruthenium oxide compound, the persistence of magnetic order even in nanometer-th...

Magnetic structure of UO and NpO by first-principle methods.

The magnetic structure of the actinide dioxides (AnO2) remains a field of intense research. A low-temperature experimental investigation of the magnetic ground-state is complicated by thermal energy released from the radioactive decay of the actinide nuclei. To establish the magnetic ground-state, we have employed high-accuracy computational methods to systematically probe different magnetic structures. A transverse 1k antiferromagnetic ground-state with Fmmm (No. 69) crystal symmetry has been established f...

Occurrence of Mycoplasma genitalium in the peritoneal fluid of fertile and infertile women with detailed analysis among infertile women.

To determine the frequency of occurrence of Mycoplasma genitalium infection in the peritoneal fluid of infertile women as compared to fertile women.

The emergence of Exercise Addiction, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and other image-related psychopathological correlates in fitness settings: A cross sectional study.

In a society that perpetuates the strive for a perfect appearance, a fit body has become synonymous with success, but simultaneously hard to achieve. This represents a fertile ground for the development of Exercise Addiction (EA) alongside other disorders, such as Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). This study aims to explore the diffusion of EA in fitness settings in the United Kingdom, Italy, Netherlands, Hungary and the previously unexplored association with appearance anxiety, BDD, self-esteem and the use o...

Statistical Analysis of the Effect of Deuteration on Quantum Delocalization in CH.

Statistical approaches are applied to an investigation of how deuterated forms of CH sample the potential energy surface for this ion. In its ground state, CH has been shown to have amplitude in all of the 120 equivalent minima in the potential as well as in the region of each of the 180 low-energy saddle points that connect these minima. Although deuteration quenches this delocalization, the multidimensional nature of the isomerization pathways makes it difficult to visualize and quantify the delocalizatio...

Long-term observation of antimicrobial susceptibility and molecular characterization of Campylobacter jejuni isolated in a Japanese general hospital in Tokyo from 2000 to 2017.

Campylobacter jejuni is one of the most common pathogens causing gastroenteritis. Because there is currently insufficient epidemiological information on the antimicrobial susceptibility and molecular characterization of clinical isolates of C. jejuni in Japan, we carried out antimicrobial susceptibility testing, and MLST of clinical C. jejuni isolates in Tokyo between 2000 and 2017.

Animal Locomotion: Near-Ground Low-Cost Flights.

Flying animals expend considerable energy. A new study reveals that bats reduce their flight power requirements by nearly a third when flying in 'ground effect' close to the surface.

Correction to: ZNF143 is a regulator of chromatin loop.

There are some errors in Fig. 1. First, owing to a production error, the sub-figure labels a, b, and c were absent in the online version, and the proportion number 55.1% together with its bracket for cell type HelaS3 were messy in Fig. 1a.

The Skin as an Immune Organ: Tolerance Versus Effector Responses, and Applications to Food Allergy and Hypersensitivity Reactions.

Skin is replete with immune-competent cells that modulate signaling pathways to maintain a salubrious immunogenic/tolerogenic balance. This fertile immune environment plays a significant role in the development of allergic responses and sensitivities, but the mechanisms underlying these pathways have been underappreciated and underutilized with respect to developing therapeutics. Among the complex repertoire of cells that promote tolerogenic pathways in the periphery, two key classes include dendritic cells...

Halide Perovskite-Derived Compounds RbTeX (X = Cl, Br, and I): Electronic Structure of the Ground and First Excited States.

Herein, we report a study of the electronic structure of the ground and first excited states of RbTeCl, RbTeBr, and RbTeI halide-perovskite-derived crystals. Using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) measurements and density functional theory and multiconfiguration self-consistent field (MCSCF) calculations, the experimental and theoretical XPS spectra of the valence region were obtained. In addition, the effects of the cations and halogen atoms on the electronic structure were determined, and the classi...

Near-ground effect of height on pollen exposure.

The effect of height on pollen concentration is not well documented and little is known about the near-ground vertical profile of airborne pollen. This is important as most measuring stations are on roofs, but patient exposure is at ground level. Our study used a big data approach to estimate the near-ground vertical profile of pollen concentrations based on a global study of paired stations located at different heights. We analyzed paired sampling stations located at different heights between 1.5 and 50 ...

Organic residues and biochar to immobilize potentially toxic elements in soil from a gold mine in the Amazon.

Waste from gold mining (Au) is a threat to the ecosystem and human health because it contains high levels of potentially toxic elements (PTEs). Organic waste and biochar can be used to recover contaminated soils from mining areas because they have the potential to immobilize PTEs and improve soil fertility, enabling revegetation. The objective of this study was to investigate the efficiency with which organic residues and biochar immobilize PTEs in a multicontaminated soil of a small-scale Au mine in the st...

Evaluation and comparison of electromyographic activity in bench press with feet on the ground and active hip flexion.

The present study aimed to evaluate and compare the levels of electromyographic activation in the pectoralis major, anterior deltoid, triceps brachii, forearm, rectus abdominis, external oblique, and rectus femoris muscles during a horizontal bench press in two situations: 1) with the feet on the ground; and 2) with active hip flexion and 90° of knee flexion. Twenty young men were familiarized with the procedure and the calculation of one-rep max (1RM). In a second session, electromyographic activity value...

Higher non-cardiac mortality and lesser impact of early revascularization in patients with type 2 compared to type 1 acute myocardial infarction: results from the Tokyo CCU Network registry.

As the definition of type 2 acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is obscure, the characteristics of this disease vary among studies. The clinical significance of type 2 AMI is unclear. We surveyed the Tokyo Cardiovascular Care Unit (CCU) Network registry between 2010 and 2014. The difference in clinical characteristics and the impact of revascularization in patients with type 1 and type 2 AMI were evaluated. The cohort study included 12514 patients admitted to CCU (type 1 AMI, 12023; type 2 AMI, 491; mean age,...

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