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Building bridges to enhance interpersonal relationships.


Building bridges between disciplines for sustainable management of plant virus diseases.

Anaphase: a fortune-teller of genomic instability.

The anaphase of mitosis is one of the most critical stages of the cell division cycle in that it can reveal precious information on the fate of a cell lineage. Indeed, most types of nuclear DNA segregation defects visualized during anaphase are manifestations of genomic instability and augur dramatic outcomes, such as cell death or chromosomal aberrations characteristic of cancer cells. Although chromatin bridges and lagging chromatin are always pathological (generating aneuploidy or complex genomic rearran...


Cell Cycle Dynamics of Cultured Coral Endosymbiotic Microalgae (Symbiodinium) Across Different Types (Species) Under Alternate Light and Temperature Conditions.

Dinoflagellates of the genus Symbiodinium live in symbiosis with many invertebrates, including reef-building corals. Hosts maintain this symbiosis through continuous regulation of Symbiodinium cell density via expulsion and degradation (post-mitotic) and/or constraining cell growth and division through manipulation of the symbiont cell cycle (pre-mitotic). Importance of pre-mitotic regulation is unknown since little data exists on cell cycles for the immense genetic diversity of Symbiodinium. We therefore e...

Simplified Perovskite Solar Cell with 4.1% Efficiency Employing Inorganic CsPbBr as Light Absorber.

Perovskite solar cells with cost-effectiveness, high power conversion efficiency, and improved stability are promising solutions to the energy crisis and environmental pollution. However, a wide-bandgap inorganic-semiconductor electron-transporting layer such as TiO can harvest ultraviolet light to photodegrade perovskite halides, and the high cost of a state-of-the-art hole-transporting layer is an economic burden for commercialization. Here, the building of a simplified cesium lead bromide (CsPbBr ) perov...

Longevity of anterior resin bonded bridges: Survival rates of two tooth preparation designs.

Significant developments have occurred in the design of resin bonded bridges (RBBs) over the past two decades. They are commonly used as an alternative treatment option for a single missing tooth. The longevity of these bridges needs to be further investigated to evaluate long term outcomes for this option to remain relevant.

Blue light versus red light for photodynamic therapy of basal cell carcinoma in patients with Gorlin syndrome: A bilaterally controlled comparison study.

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a non-scarring alternative for treating basal cell carcinoma (BCC) in patients with Basal Cell Nevus Syndrome (BCNS), also known as Gorlin syndrome. In Europe, red light (635 nm) is the predominant source for PDT, whereas in the United States blue light (400 nm) is more widely available. The objective of this study was to conduct a head-to-head comparison of blue light and red light PDT in the same BCNS patients.

Single cell transcriptomics in neuroscience: cell classification and beyond.

Biology has been facing a daunting problem since the cell was understood to be the building block of metazoans: how do we study multicellular systems, when a universal approach to characterize their building blocks and classify them does not exist? Metazoan diversity has not helped: there are many model and non-model organisms, developmental and adult stages, healthy and diseased states. Here, I review the application of single cell transcriptomics to cell classification in neuroscience and its corollaries:...

Building Bridges to a Brighter Tomorrow: A Systematic Evidence Review of Interventions That Prepare Adolescents for Adulthood.

Data suggest that adverse social determinants during adolescence can set in motion a lifetime of poor social and health outcomes. Vulnerable youths are at particularly high risk in this regard.

Method to improve the survival of night-swarming mayflies near bridges in areas of distracting light pollution.

Numerous negative ecological effects of urban lighting have been identified during the last decades. In spite of the development of lighting technologies, the detrimental effect of this form of light pollution has not declined. Several insect species are affected including the night-swarming mayfly Ephoron virgo: when encountering bridges during their mass swarming, these mayflies often fall victim to artificial lighting. We show a simple method for the conservation of these mayflies exploiting their positi...

Building a Stable Relationship: Ensuring Homeostasis among Cell Types within a Tissue.

Many processes controlling cell growth and death are well characterized for individual cell lineages, but how ensembles of different cell types in a tissue regulate collective size and composition remains unclear. In this issue of Cell, Zhou et al. employ experiments and theory to uncover design principles of tissue homeostasis arising from cross-talk between fibroblasts and macrophages.

The relation between cognitive and metacognitive processing: Building bridges between the SRL, MDL, and SAL domains.

The main aim of this commentary was to connect the insights from the contributions of the special issue on the intersection between depth and the regulation of strategy use. The seven contributions in this special issue stem from three perspectives: self-regulated learning (SRL), model of domain learning (MDL), or the student approaches to learning (SAL).

Uniformity from Diversity: Vast-Range Light Sensing in a Single Neuron Type.

The brightness of our visual environment varies tremendously from day to night. In this issue of Cell, Milner and Do describe how the population of retinal neurons responsible for entrainment of the brain's circadian clock cooperate to encode irradiance across a wide range of ambient-light intensities.

Visible light controls cell adhesion on a photoswitchable biointerface.

Bioactive surfaces with specific interactions with cells have been greatly interested due to their potential applications in biosensors and tissue engineering. Herein, we fabricated a dopamine contained photoswitch molecule (compound 1) which could form self-assembled monolayer (SAM) on substrates. The SAM showed a good photoswitch ability and manifested excellent fatigue resistance, which displayed its potential application as a biologically friendly surface coating. Contact angle analysis and cell experim...

Transcriptome analysis of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 and mechanisms of photoinhibition tolerance under extreme high light conditions.

Photoinhibition, or cell damage caused by excessively intense light is a major issue for the industrial use of cyanobacteria. To investigate the mechanism of responses to extreme high light intensity, gene expression analysis was performed using the model cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 (PCC 6803) cultured under various light intensities. The culture profile data demonstrated that, in contrast to the slow cell growth observed under low light intensities (30 and 50 μmol m s), maximal cell growt...

Estimation of the bacteriochlorophyll c oligomerisation extent in Chloroflexus aurantiacus chlorosomes by very low-frequency vibrations of the pigment molecules: A new approach.

In green photosynthetic bacteria, the chlorosomal bacteriochlorophyll molecules are organized via self-assembly and do not require proteins to provide a scaffold for efficient light harvesting. Despite numerous investigations, a consensus regarding the spatial structure of chlorosomal antennae has not yet been reached. For the first time, we demonstrated by coherent femtosecond spectroscopy at cryogenic temperature that the very low-frequency (~10 cm) vibrations of bacteriochlorophyll c pigments in isolat...

Flow Cytometry of B-Cell Neoplasms.

Flow cytometric evaluation is considered a standard ancillary study for the diagnosis of most B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders. Establishing a neoplastic B-cell population depends on identification of light chain restriction or lack of light chain expression in mature neoplasms and demonstration of aberrant antigen expression in both immature and mature neoplasms, as compared with normal counterparts. The immunophenotypes of the most common B-cell neoplasms are herein described, with an emphasis on thei...

Silicon-based dielectric metamaterials: Focus on the current synthetic challenges.

Metamaterials have optical properties that are unprecedented in nature. They have opened new horizons in light manipulation, with the ability to bend, focus, and completely reflect, transmit or absorb an incident wave front. Optically active metamaterials in particular could be used for applications ranging from 3D information storage, more efficient photovoltaic cells, high security watermarks, and fiber optics. Silicon (Si) particles are some of the most promising building blocks for optically active meta...

The effect of different light intensities and light/dark regimes on the performance of photosynthetic microalgae microbial fuel cell.

This study develops a photosynthetic microalgae microbial fuel cell (PMMFC) engaged Chlorella vulgaris microalgae to investigate effect of light intensities and illumination regimes on simultaneous production of bioelectricity, biomass and wastewater treatment. The performance of the system under different light intensity (3500, 5000, 7000 and 10,000 lx) and light/dark regimes (24/00, 12/12, 16/8 h) was investigated. The optimum light intensity and light/dark regimes for achieving maximum yield of PMMFC...

Naphtho1,2-b:5,6-b'dithiophene-Based Conjugated Polymers for Fullerene-Free Inverted Polymer Solar Cells.

Three novel copolymers based on zigzag naphthodithiophene (zNDT) with different aromatic rings as π bridges and different core side substitutions are designed and synthesized (PzNDT-T-1,3-bis(4-(2-ethylhexyl)-thiophen-2-yl)-5,7-bis(2-ethylhexyl)benzo[1,2-c:4,5-c']-dithiophene-4,8-dione (BDD), PzNDT-TT-BDD, and PzNDTP-T-BDD, respectively). The 2D conjugation structure and molecular planarity of the polymers can be effectively altered through the modification of conjugated side chains and π-bridges. These a...

Trauma Patterns of Drowning after Falling from Bridges over Han River.

Recently, the number of patients who fell or jumped from bridges over Han River has rapidly increased. However, the injury patterns and outcomes of these patients have been poorly characterized. The aim of this study was to determine the injury characteristics of these patients.

Prospectively Isolated Tetraspanin Neoblasts Are Adult Pluripotent Stem Cells Underlying Planaria Regeneration.

Proliferating cells known as neoblasts include pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) that sustain tissue homeostasis and regeneration of lost body parts in planarians. However, the lack of markers to prospectively identify and isolate these adult PSCs has significantly hampered their characterization. We used single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) and single-cell transplantation to address this long-standing issue. Large-scale scRNA-seq of sorted neoblasts unveiled a novel subtype of neoblast (Nb2) characterized b...

Cell Lineage Tracing in Zebrafish Embryos with an Expanded Genetic Code.

Cell lineage tracing is used to study embryo development, stem cell differentiation, and to document tumor cell heterogeneity. Cre recombinase-mediated cell labelling is the preferred approach; however, its utility is restricted by when and where DNA recombination takes place. We generated a photoactivatable Cre recombinase by replacing a critical residue in its active site with a photocaged lysine derivative through genetic code expansion in zebrafish embryos. This allows for high spatiotemporal control of...

The Misshapen kinase regulates the size and stability of the germline ring canals in the Drosophila egg chamber.

Intercellular bridges are conserved structures that allow neighboring cells to exchange cytoplasmic material; defects in intercellular bridges can lead to infertility in many organisms. Here, we use the Drosophila egg chamber to study the mechanisms that regulate intercellular bridges. Within the developing egg chamber, the germ cells (15 nurse cells and 1 oocyte) are connected to each other through intercellular bridges called ring canals, which expand over the course of oogenesis to support the transfer o...

Eleven quick tips for running an interdisciplinary short course for new graduate students.

Quantitative reasoning and techniques are increasingly ubiquitous across the life sciences. However, new graduate researchers with a biology background are often not equipped with the skills that are required to utilize such techniques correctly and efficiently. In parallel, there are increasing numbers of engineers, mathematicians, and physical scientists interested in studying problems in biology with only basic knowledge of this field. Students from such varied backgrounds can struggle to engage proactiv...


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