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Newborn Screening and Health Communications.


Simplified Submission Requirements for Authors of JACS Communications.

Erratum: Author Correction: The EphA2 receptor is activated through induction of distinct, ligand-dependent oligomeric structures.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/s42003-018-0017-7.].


Erratum: Publisher Correction: genomes reveal adaptive evolution of functions related to coral-dinoflagellate symbiosis.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/s42003-018-0098-3.].

Erratum: Author Correction: Evolutionary history of plant hosts and fungal symbionts predicts the strength of mycorrhizal mutualism.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/s42003-018-0120-9.].

Publisher Correction: Evidence that CD32a does not mark the HIV-1 latent reservoir.

In this Brief Communications Arising Comment, the first three authors (Osuna, Lim and Kublin) should have been listed as equally contributing authors; this has been corrected online.

Help in times of trouble: supporting nurses facing hardship.

Paul Steiner, Communications Manager, Cavell Nurses' Trust ( PaulS@cavellnursestrust.org ), reflects on the vital work of the charity, which provides support to nurses facing financial difficulties.

Enhancing Smoking Risk Communications: The Influence of Health Literacy and Message Content.

Efforts are needed to ensure that smokers with lower health literacy are provided with understandable and impactful information about the health consequences of smoking and benefits of quitting.

Unusual site for primary arterio-enteric fistula resulting in massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding - A case report on presentation and management.

Communications between an artery and the bowel are termed arterio-enteric fistulae. These are uncommon and mainly involve the aorta and duodenum. They can cause fatal haemorrhage. A primary aorto-enteric fistula has several aetiologies, one of which is post-radiotherapy.

Bone Conduction as a Viable Alternative to Current Communications Systems in Fighter Cockpits.

Effective voice communication is essential when operating aircraft. Because of the loud operating environment in fighter cockpits, it has been a challenge to provide effective communication while simultaneously protecting the hearing sense. The objective of this study was to determine the feasibility of using bone conducting transducers (BCT) in place of legacy communications systems in fighter cockpits.

Advanced Satellite-Based Frequency Transfer at the 10 Level.

Advanced satellite-based frequency transfers by two-way carrier-phase (TWCP) and integer precise point positioning have been performed between the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science. We confirm that the disagreement between them is less than at an averaging time of several days. In addition, an overseas frequency ratio measurement of Sr and Yb optical lattice clocks was directly performed by TWCP. We achieved an uncertainty a...

Eph/ephrin Family Anchored on Exosome Facilitate Communications between Cells.

Interactions of Ephrins and Eph receptors at cell membranes play crucial role in boundary formation and axon guidance. Extracellular vesicles (EVs), such as exosomes, are formed by cells communicating with each other in paracrine or endocrine manner. Until now, it is thought that direct cell-cell contact is necessary for ephrin and Eph receptor signal transduction. In this review, we discuss recent data that indicate the existence of a novel Eph-ephrin family anchored exosome signaling pathway in long-range...

Critical Areas for Improvement in Communications Regarding Radiological Terrorism.

The fear of ionizing radiation exceeds the actual risk in many circumstances. Dramatic evidence from radiological events such as nuclear power plant accidents (Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima) or the theft or misuse of radiological material (Goiânia), have established that fear of radiation contributes to immediate and late health effects. The academic, professional, and government individuals and organizations who either study radiation safety or who are responsible for preparing against a radiolo...

Genome-wide association study of developmental dysplasia of the hip identifies an association with .

Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is the most common skeletal developmental disease. However, its genetic architecture is poorly understood. We conduct the largest DDH genome-wide association study to date and replicate our findings in independent cohorts. We find the heritable component of DDH attributable to common genetic variants to be 55% and distributed equally across the autosomal and X-chromosomes. We identify replicating evidence for association between promoter variation and DDH (rs143384,...

Combination of cytokine-directed and anti-programmed cell death protein 1 therapy - a new attractive option in melanoma treatment?

The use of monoclonal antibodies against programmed cell death protein 1 (anti-PD-1) has markedly transformed the management of melanoma. However, only a minority of patients treated with anti-PD-1 therapy show a response to therapy and some of them develop immune-related adverse events that can be managed with steroids or anticytokine therapy. A recent study published in Nature Communications has reported that treatment with anti-PD-1 in a tumor necrosis factor-deficient environment may lead to higher resp...

Specialized Intercellular Communications via Cytonemes and Nanotubes.

In recent years, thin membrane protrusions such as cytonemes and tunneling nanotubes have emerged as a novel mechanism of intercellular communication. Protrusion-based cellular interactions allow for specific communication between participating cells and have a distinct spectrum of advantages compared to secretion- and diffusion-based intercellular communication. Identification of protrusion-based signaling in diverse systems suggests that this mechanism is a ubiquitous and prevailing means of communication...

Towards Automation & Augmentation of the Design of Schedulers for Cellular Communications Networks.

Evolutionary Computation is used to automatically evolve small cell schedulers on a realistic simulation of a 4G-LTE heterogeneous cellular network. Evolved schedulers are then further augmented by human design to improve robustness. Extensive analysis of evolved solutions and their performance across a wide range of metrics reveals evolution has uncovered a new human-competitive scheduling technique which generalises well across cells of varying sizes. Furthermore, evolved methods are shown to conform to a...

Textile Display for Electronic and Brain-Interfaced Communications.

Textile displays are poised to revolutionize current electronic devices, and reshape the future of electronics and related fields such as biomedicine and soft robotics. However, they remain unavailable due to the difficulty of directly constructing electroluminescent devices onto the textile-like substrate to really display desired programmable patterns. Here, a novel textile display is developed from continuous electroluminescent fibers made by a one-step extrusion process. The resulting displaying textile...

Actin-related proteins regulate the RSC chromatin remodeler by weakening intramolecular interactions of the Sth1 ATPase.

The catalytic subunits of SWI/SNF-family and INO80-family chromatin remodelers bind actin and actin-related proteins (Arps) through an N-terminal helicase/SANT-associated (HSA) domain. Between the HSA and ATPase domains lies a conserved post-HSA (pHSA) domain. The HSA domain of Sth1, the catalytic subunit of the yeast SWI/SNF-family remodeler RSC, recruits the Rtt102-Arp7/9 heterotrimer. Rtt102-Arp7/9 regulates RSC function, but the mechanism is unclear. We show that the pHSA domain interacts directly with ...

Communications principles for inviting inquiry and exploration through science and data visualization.

Science, in the popular imagination, is about finding answers to questions. Scientists make discoveries, develop theories, and deliver those discoveries and theories to audiences with an interest in the truth as backed up by science. Well-designed data visualization (dataviz), by contrast, can generate and address not only new questions but new kinds of questions. It has the particular quality of allowing its viewers, users and makers the ability to generate new inquiries, and to put them in a better place ...

DARPP-32 and t-DARPP promote non-small cell lung cancer growth through regulation of IKKα-dependent cell migration.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Here we demonstrate that elevated expression of dopamine and cyclic adenosine monophosphate-regulated phosphoprotein, Mr 32000 (DARPP-32) and its truncated splice variant t-DARPP promote lung tumor growth, while abrogation of DARPP-32 expression in human non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) cells reduces tumor growth in orthotopic mouse models. We observe a novel physical interaction between DARPP-32 and inhibitory kappa B kinase-α (IKKα) t...

Communications Challenges in Crisis and Transition.

Over the last 5 y, the federal community has made significant progress in preparing for coordinated and efficient public communication efforts during a radiological response. Preparations include the development of pre-scripted messages and plume simulations in the event that there is detonation of an improvised nuclear device or a radiological release from a nuclear power plant. However, challenges remain for improving crisis communications across federal agencies.Interagency language barriers, as well as ...

Molecular Communications Pulse-based Jamming Model for Bacterial Biofilm Suppression.

Studies have recently shown that the bacteria survivability within biofilms is responsible for the emergence of superbugs. The combat of bacterial infections, without enhancing its resistance to antibiotics, includes the use of nanoparticles to quench the quorum sensing of these biofilm-forming bacteria. Several sequential and parallel multi-stage communication processes are involved in the formation of biofilms. In this paper, we use proteomic data from a wet lab experiment to identify the communication ch...

Optimising SME Potential in Modern Healthcare Systems: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Recommendations.

The expansion of European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) into the healthcare innovation arena suggests that this should be an important EU policy priority that can significantly benefit the economy, society and citizens, including patients. Deepening and widening of Europe's SMEs' growth and activities is part of the EU objectives as set out by the European Commission in its Communications "Small Business Act" for Europe [1] and "Small Business, Big World" [2]. However, innovative healthcare SMEs...

Predictors of enophthalmos among adult patients with pure orbital blowout fractures.

The aim of this study was to determine the predictors of post-traumatic enophthalmos (PE) in relation to the internal orbital changes following pure orbital blowout fractures. The design was a 10-year retrospective cross-sectional study analysing 629 medical records and computed tomography (CT) data of patients with orbital fractures from January 2008 to January 2017. Demographic, etiology, co-morbidity and clinical characteristics were obtained from the medical records. Assessment of the PE, fracture site ...


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