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Eosinophilia and reduced STAT3 signalling affect neutrophil cell death in autosomal-dominant Hyper-IgE syndrome.

The autosomal-dominant hyper-IgE syndrome (HIES), caused by mutations in signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 (STAT3), is a rare primary immunodeficiency which predisposes to mucocutaneous candidiasis and staphylococcal skin and lung infections. This infection phenotype is suggestive of defects in neutrophils, but data on neutrophil functions in HIES are inconsistent. This study was undertaken to functionally characterize neutrophils in STAT3-deficient HIES patients and to analyse whether the ...


Borrelia miyamotoi Infections in Small Mammals, California, USA.

Surveillance to investigate the wildlife-vector transmission cycle of the human pathogen Borrelia miyamotoi in California, USA, revealed infections in dusky-footed woodrats, brush mice, and California mice. Phylogenetic analyses suggest a single, well-supported clade of B. miyamotoi is circulating in California.

The GFF3toolkit: QC and Merge Pipeline for Genome Annotation.

The GFF3toolkit ( https://github.com/NAL-i5K/GFF3toolkit ) supported by the i5k Workspace@NAL provides a suite of tools to handle gene annotations in GFF3 format from arthropod genome projects and their research communities. To improve GFF3 formatting of gene annotations, a quality control and merge procedure is proposed along with the GFF3toolkit. In particular, the toolkit provides functions to sort a GFF3 file, detect GFF3 format errors, merge two GFF3 files, and generate biological sequences from a GFF3...


California program cuts maternal deaths in half.

Maternity care in the United States is an international disgrace, but not in California thanks to the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative. Each month, the CMQCC combs through month-old birth certificate data and hospital-provided discharge records for both mothers and babies looking for data to improve pregnancy-related outcomes.

With Roots In California, Managed Competition Still Aims To Reform Health Care.

Managed competition is a concept that was born in California and has achieved a measure of acceptance there. As California and the United States as a whole continue to struggle with the challenge of providing high-quality health care at a manageable cost, it is worth asking whether managed competition-with its tools for harnessing market forces-continues to hold promise as a means of improving value in health care, and whether the standard conceptualization of managed competition should be modified in any w...

California's Paid Leave Helped My Patient.

When a dedicated nurse gets cancer, California's paid leave policy allows her daughter to be at her side.

Does California's Low Carbon Fuel Standards reduce carbon dioxide emissions?

The Low Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS) represents a new policy approach designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by applying standards to all stages of motor fuel production. We use the synthetic control and difference-in-differences econometric methods, and Lasso machine learning to analyze the effect of the LCFS on emissions in California's transportation sector. The three different techniques provide robust evidence that the LCFS reduced carbon dioxide emissions in California's transportation sector by ...

Beyond The ACA: Paths To Universal Coverage In California.

California has long sought to achieve universal health insurance coverage for its residents. The state's uninsured population was dramatically reduced as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, faced with federal threats to the ACA, California is exploring how it might take greater control over the financing of health care. In 2017 the state Senate passed the Healthy California Act, SB-562, calling for California to adopt a single-payer health care system. The state Assembly did not vote on the ...

Baseline Sensitivities of New Fungicides and Their Toxicity to Selected Life Stages of Phytophthora Species from Citrus in California.

Phytophthora citrophthora, P. syringae, P. nicotianae, and P. hibernalis are important pathogens of citrus in California but few chemical treatments are currently available. In vitro toxicities of four new fungicides to isolates of Phytophthora spp. from California were determined. Mean effective concentration values to inhibit mycelial growth by 50% for ethaboxam, fluopicolide, mandipropamid, oxathiapiprolin, and mefenoxam were 0.068, 0.04, 0.004, 0.0003, and 0.039 µg/ml, respectively, for 62 isolates of ...

Addressing Maternal Mortality And Morbidity In California Through Public-Private Partnerships.

In 2006, noting a rise in maternal deaths and complications, the California Department of Public Health launched efforts to investigate maternal deaths. In that year, the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative was formed as a public-private partnership to lead maternal quality improvement activities. Key steps undertaken over the next decade included linking public health surveillance to actions, mobilizing a broad range of public and private partners, developing a rapid-cycle Maternal Data Center t...

Disparities in Pediatric Provider Availability by Insurance Type after the ACA in California.

To examine insurance-based disparities in provider-related barriers to care among children in California in the wake of changes to the insurance market resulting from the Affordable Care Act.

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. mori, a New Forma Specialis Causing Fusarium Wilt of Blackberry.

Fusarium oxysporum has recently been identified as the cause of a wilt disease affecting blackberry in California and Mexico. Thirty-six isolates of F. oxysporum obtained from symptomatic blackberry plants in California and Mexico were comprised of nine distinct somatic compatibility groups (SCGs). Phylogenetic analysis of a concatenated data set, consisting of sequences of the translation elongation factor 1-α and β-tubulin genes and the intergenic spacer of the ribosomal DNA, identified nine three-locus...

Characterizing pharmacist-prescribed hormonal Contraception services and users in California and Oregon pharmacies.

This study describes hormonal contraception services provided by pharmacists and characterizes patient populations utilizing the service at one supermarket-based pharmacy chain in California and Oregon.

Penetrating Keratoplasty Using the Femtosecond Laser: A Comparison of Postoperative Visual Acuity and Astigmatism by Suture Pattern.

To compare the effect of 3 common suturing techniques on eyes that received femtosecond laser-enabled penetrating keratoplasty (FLEK) with a zig-zag configuration at the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute, University of California- Irvine, California.

Civic Engagement Among California High School Teens.

This policy brief describes civic engagement among California adolescents in high school. Using data from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), the study found that the most common civic engagement activity among California high school teens is volunteering. Latino teens and those from low-income families have lower rates of civic engagement. Higher rates of civic engagement are associated with better health status, fewer days of missed school due to health, better grades, and greater perceived lik...

PAROTID CARCINOMA IN A FREE-RANGING CALIFORNIA SEA LION ( ZALOPHUS CALIFORNIANUS).

A free-ranging juvenile California sea lion ( Zalophus californianus) stranded on the coast of Vancouver, British Columbia, with signs of lethargy and emaciation in April 2016. An asymmetrical skull with a prominent superficial cervical lymph node was found on initial assessment. Fine-needle aspirates and biopsies of the lymph node were consistent with neoplasia and the animal was humanely euthanized and presented for necropsy. A metastatic parotid gland adenocarcinoma was diagnosed with regional lymph node...

California Nurse Practitioners Are Positioned To Fill The Primary Care Gap, But They Face Barriers To Practice.

Nurse practitioners are well prepared to help fill care gaps arising from shortages of primary care physicians in California. This article reports findings from a survey of California nurse practitioners that examined their employment and practice barriers. The number of nurse practitioners per capita varies across California counties and is positively correlated with the number of physicians per capita. Hispanic and Filipino nurse practitioners are more likely to live in underserved areas. Nurse practition...

Atmospheric observation-based estimation of fossil fuel CO emissions from regions of central and southern California.

Combustion of fossil fuel is the dominant source of greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere in California. Here, we describe radiocarbon (CO) measurements and atmospheric inverse modeling to estimate fossil fuel CO (ffCO) emissions for 2009-2012 from a site in central California, and for June 2013-May 2014 from two sites in southern California. A priori predicted ffCO mixing ratios are computed based on regional atmospheric transport model (WRF-STILT) footprints and an hourly ffCO prior emission map (Vul...

California's Drug Transparency Law: Navigating The Boundaries Of State Authority On Drug Pricing.

The California drug transparency bill (SB-17), signed into law in October 2017, seeks to promote transparency in pharmaceutical pricing, enhance understanding about pharmaceutical pricing trends, and assist in managing pharmaceutical costs. This article examines the legal and regulatory aspects of SB-17, explores legal challenges to the law, compares it to other state efforts to address rising drug prices, and discusses how California can maximize the impact of SB-17 by coupling the law with other incentiv...

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program: Registration and Use by Prescribers and Pharmacists Before and After Legal Mandatory Registration, California, 2010-2017.

To estimate the effect of California's prescription drug monitoring program's (PDMP) registration mandate on use of the PDMP.

Reducing Access Disparities in California by Insuring Low-Income Undocumented Adults.

While the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), signed into law in 2010, expanded health insurance coverage to millions of Californians, it did not extend eligibility for coverage to undocumented U.S. residents. Federal policy prohibits the use of federal funds to provide Medicaid to undocumented individuals. In 2015, the state of California extended Medi-Cal (California's Medicaid program) to undocumented children using state funds, and policies to extend eligibility to undocumented adults have...

Transcutaneous bilirubinometer use and practices surrounding jaundice in 150 California newborn intensive care units.

Transcutaneous bilirubin measurements (TcBs) provide a noninvasive method for screening infants for hyperbilirubinemia and have been used extensively in term and late preterm newborns in well baby nurseries, offices, and outpatient clinics. Several studies have also demonstrated the utility of TcBs as a screening tool for infants > 28 weeks' gestation and their ability to reduce the need for blood sampling. The objectives of this study are to identify how often TcBs are used among California Newborn Inten...

Human traffic and habitat complexity are strong predictors for the distribution of a declining amphibian.

Invasive species and habitat modification threaten California's native pond-breeding amphibians, including the federally threatened California Red-legged Frog (Rana draytonii). The relative contributions of invasive species, including the American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus), and of habitat changes to these declines are disputed. I conducted a field study over several years in central California to examine the presence/absence of these two species at 79 breeding ponds to determine the predictive role...

Quadrivalent Meningococcal Vaccine Uptake Among Men Who Have Sex With Men During a Meningococcal Outbreak in Los Angeles County, California, 2016-2017.

The objective of our study was to assess meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY) vaccine uptake among men who have sex with men (MSM) during an ongoing, invasive meningococcal disease outbreak in Southern California. This research was important to inform future vaccination uptake interventions for this high-priority population.

Publicly Funded Family Planning: Lessons From California, Before And After The ACA's Medicaid Expansion.

California has a long tradition of providing publicly funded family planning services to low-income residents. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) increased contraceptive coverage in 2012, and in January 2014 it extended Medicaid eligibility by increasing the income cut-off from 100 percent to 138 percent of the federal poverty level and allowing individuals without dependent children to enroll. We assessed the impact of the ACA's Medicaid expansion on low-income Californian women's receipt of health insurance...


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