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Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy Boost for Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer: A Phase 1 Dose Escalation Study.

HDR brachytherapy boost plus external beam radiotherapy is an established option for intermediate risk prostate cancer (PCa). SBRT boost can potentially mimic HDR boost, and could be a viable alternative. Here we report the long-term outcomes of a phase I dose-escalation trial of single-fraction SBRT boost.

Adults imitate to send a social signal.

Humans frequently imitate each other's actions with high fidelity, and different reasons have been proposed for why they do so. Here we test the hypothesis that imitation can act as a social signal, with imitation occurring with greater fidelity when a participant is being watched. In a preregistered study, 30 pairs of naïve participants played an augmented-reality game involving moving blocks in space. We compared imitation fidelity between trials where the leader watched the followers' action, and trials...

Walking with avatars: Gait-related visual information for following a virtual leader.

Dynamic situations, such as interactive sports or walking on a busy street, impose high demands on a person's ability to interact with (others in) its environment (i.e., 'interact-ability'). The current study examined how distance regulation, a fundamental component of these interactions, is mediated by different sources of visual information. Participants were presented with a back and forwards moving virtual leader, which they had to follow by walking back and forwards themselves. We presented the leader ...

Structural basis of leader peptide recognition in lasso peptide biosynthesis pathway.

Lasso peptides are a class of ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptides (RiPPs) with a unique 3D-interlocked structure, in which an N-terminal macrolactam ring is threaded by a linear C-terminal part. The unique structure of lasso peptides is introduced into ribosomally translated precursor peptides by lasso peptide synthetase encompassing proteins B and C, or B1, B2, and C when the B enzyme is split into two distinct proteins. The B1 protein recognizes the leader sequence of the pr...

Prevalence and risk factors of Fascioliasis in China.

Fascioliasis has emerged as a significant public health problem among ruminants and humans. Human fascioliasis is a neglected food-borne parasitic disease, which has emerged or reemerged in more than 60 countries worldwide. In China, the first case of human fascioliasis was reported in 1921 in Fujian Province. The first major outbreak of this parasitic disease in 29 patients occurred in 2012 in Yunnan Province. Nonetheless, the prevalence of fascioliasis in China is probably underestimated due to the poor s...

Lung cancer imaging methods in China from 2005 to 2014: A national, multicenter study.

The study was conducted to examine changes in diagnostic and staging imaging methods for lung cancer in China over a 10-year period and to determine the relationships between such changes and socioeconomic development.

Studies on Left-Behind Children in China: Reviewing Paradigm Shifts.

More than 60 million children have been left behind in rural China by parents going to work in cities. Given the effects of child-parent separation (CPS) on development, this phenomenon has drawn considerable governmental and academic attention in recent years. Outlining developments with reference to relevant studies, this review characterizes the perspectives used to explore and understand this phenomenon in terms of three major paradigms: (1) the diagnostic approach, which takes for granted the assumptio...

What makes cells move: Requirements and obstacles for leader cells in collective invasion.

Most recently, mounting evidence has shown that cancer cells can invade as a cohesive and multicellular group with coordinated movement, which is called collective invasion. In this cohesive cancer cell group, cancer cells at the front of collective invasion are defined as leader cell that are responsible for many aspects of collective invasion, including sensing the microenvironment, determining the invasion direction, modifying the path of invasion and transmitting information to other cells. To fulfill t...

NK cell immune responses differ after prime and boost vaccination.

A better understanding of innate responses induced by vaccination is critical for designing optimal vaccines. Here, we studied the diversity and dynamics of the NK cell compartment after prime-boost immunization with the modified vaccinia virus Ankara using cynomolgus macaques as a model. Mass cytometry was used to deeply characterize blood NK cells. The NK cell subphenotype composition was modified by the prime. Certain phenotypic changes induced by the prime were maintained over time and, as a result, the...

Clinical Research Leadership - "A Blueprint".

The principles of leadership in academic research, reflect those of life in general and differ only by circumstance. A great leader is one who inspires and energizes, motivating and empowering the whole team to achieve. They articulate a vision, establish direction, clarify the big picture and set clear strategies in a positive culture. A great leader needs to align and connect people by fostering excellent communication channels, gaining commitment and building teams and coalitions.

Examining Effects of Self-Efficacy on Research Motivation Among Chinese University Teachers: Moderation of Leader Support and Mediation of Goal Orientations.

Utilizing the Social Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) as the theoretical framework, this study proposed a moderated mediation model investigating the complex functioning mechanisms of how self-efficacy beliefs and leader support can be related to research motivation among Chinese university teachers. A group of 310 Chinese teachers working in different universities completed an online survey. Results from structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis revealed distinct influencing paths from the predictor variab...

Cadherin mechanotransduction in leader-follower cell specification during collective migration.

Collective invasion drives the spread of multicellular cancer groups, into the normal tissue surrounding several epithelial tumors. Collective invasion recapitulates various aspects of the multicellular organization and collective migration that take place during normal development and repair. Collective migration starts with the specification of leader cells in which a polarized, migratory phenotype is established. Leader cells initiate and organize the migration of follower cells, to allow the group of ce...

Green firebreaks as a management tool for wildfires: Lessons from China.

Wildfire is a widespread natural hazard that is expected to increase in areal extent, severity and frequency with ongoing changes in climate and land-use. One tool that has been used in an effort to reduce the damage caused by wildfires is green firebreaks: strips of low-flammability vegetation grown at strategic locations in the landscape. Green firebreaks are increasingly being recommended for wildfire management and have been implemented in many countries. The approach is particularly widely used in Chin...

Addressing Autism Spectrum Disorders in China.

English language readers rarely get glimpses of the state of autism research in China. Given the seriousness of autism, the population of China, and the potential for theoretically interesting cross-cultural insights, we provide a broad survey of research carried out in China on childhood autism. Four themes are considered: etiology, diagnosis, treatment, and education. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) appears to be a product of epigenetic interactions between genetic and environmental factors; recent Chines...

Sorting out the Genetic Background of the Last Surviving South China Tigers.

The South China tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis) is endemic to China and also the most critically endangered subspecies of living tigers. It is considered extinct in the wild and only about 150 individuals survive in captivity to date, whose genetic heritage, however, is ambiguous and controversial. Here, we conducted an explicit genetic assessment of 92 studbook-registered South China tigers from 14 captive facilities using a subspecies-diagnostic system in the context of comparison with other voucher spe...

Image-guided high-dose-rate interstitial brachytherapy boost in the radical radiotherapy for a huge metastatic carcinoma of cervical lymph nodes from an unknown primary site.

The purpose of this article was to report the treatment effect of image-guided high-dose-rate interstitial brachytherapy boost in the radical radiotherapy for a huge metastatic carcinoma of cervical lymph nodes from an unknown primary site. The patient was a 75-year-old male. A diagnostic biopsy showed metastatic squamous cell carcinoma and the tumour size was 7.5×6.5×11.5cm before treatment (N3; AJCC 7th). After external beam radiotherapy with a dose of 60Gy in 30 fractions, the residual tumour (6.2×4.7...

2018 Visionary Leader Lori A. Colineri.

The following manuscript is the winning 2018 Richard Hader Visionary Leader Award entry submitted to Nursing Management in recognition of Lori A. Colineri, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CNO of the Southern Region for RWJBarnabas Health (RWJBH). Lori was formally recognized for her achievements before the Keynote Address on September 26 at Congress2018 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., where she received the award, sponsored by Hackensack Meridian Health.

The Public Health Leadership and Implementation Academy for Noncommunicable Diseases.

Low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have a large burden of noncommunicable diseases and confront leadership capacity challenges and gaps in implementation of proven interventions. To address these issues, we designed the Public Health Leadership and Implementation Academy (PH-LEADER) for noncommunicable diseases. The objective of this program evaluation was to assess the quality and effectiveness of PH-LEADER.

Duration of Diabetes and Cardiorenal Efficacy of Liraglutide and Semaglutide: A Post Hoc Analysis of the LEADER and SUSTAIN 6 Clinical Trials.

Cardiovascular risk reduction for liraglutide and semaglutide in patients with type 2 diabetes was demonstrated in the LEADER (NCT01179048) and SUSTAIN 6 (NCT01720446) cardiovascular outcome trials. This post hoc analysis assessed the impact of diabetes duration (

HIV screening among patients seeking care at Xuanwu Hospital: A cross-sectional study in Beijing, China, 2011-2016.

One-third of people living with HIV in China are still unaware of their status, so we sought to better understand HIV testing in the general hospital setting in China.

Assessing Competence for Helminthiases: A Lesson Learnt from National Contest of Parasitic Diseases in China in 2012-2016.

This study aimed to assess the competency of health professionals on helminthiasis control in China. The assessment system comprised of two parts, one being the parasitological knowledge test and the other a technical skills assessment. The knowledge test mainly examined morphology, epidemiology, life history and diagnosis of common and important parasites. The skills assessment consisted of sample slides making and species identification using microscopy. From 2012 to 2016, a total of 616 participants from...

Locoregional failures and their relation to radiation fields following stereotactic body radiotherapy boost for oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma.

To investigate the location of recurrences with respect to the radiation fields in oropharynx cancer after intensity-modulated radiotherapy and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) boost.

Unexpected stray attractors in confined leader-follower dynamics driven by cone-of-vision interactions.

Experiments with groups of fish inside a circular tank have provided valuable insights into the nature of leadership in social groups. Sophisticated mathematical models were constructed with a view to recovering observed schooling and leadership behavior in such experiments. Here, and with the help of variations on a promising class of such models, we explore a dual set of social concerns, namely the likelihood of permanent evasion from a cohesive group by a controlled individual in confinement. Our minimal...

Management succession and success in a professional soccer team.

Research into sports team performance has shown that across many sports and league competitions, teams that change their coaches after a decline in performance do rebound, but fare no better on average than teams that have not changed their coach in a similar situation. A similar lack of succession benefits has been reported in studies of manager and CEO succession: it has not been established that changing a team's leader improves a declining team's performance. We study the effect of a change of coach on ...

Bayesian phylodynamic analysis reveals the dispersal patterns of tobacco mosaic virus in China.

Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is widespread in China and causes considerable economic losses to tobacco production. The molecular epidemiology of this virus is, however, poorly understood. In this study, we sequenced the genomes of 51 TMV isolates from five tobacco-producing regions in China and investigated the dispersal patterns of this virus. Our phylogenetic analysis showed that TMV might have been introduced to China in the early 1900s, probably first to southwest China. However, TMV then moved to the nor...

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