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Investigating Instructor Talk in Novel Contexts: Widespread Use, Unexpected Categories, and an Emergent Sampling Strategy.

Instructor Talk-noncontent language used by instructors in classrooms-is a recently defined and promising variable for better understanding classroom dynamics. Having previously characterized the Instructor Talk framework within the context of a single course, we present here our results surrounding the applicability of the Instructor Talk framework to noncontent language used by instructors in novel course contexts. We analyzed Instructor Talk in eight additional biology courses in their entirety and in 61...

'Alive by default': An exploration of Velleman's unfair burdens argument against state sanctioned euthanasia.

In this article we critically evaluate an argument against state-sanctioned euthanasia made by David Velleman in his 1992 paper 'Against the right to die'. In that article, Velleman argues that legalizing euthanasia is morally problematic as it will deprive eligible patients of the opportunity of staying 'alive by default'. That is to say, those patients who are rendered eligible for euthanasia as a result of legislative reform will face the burden of having to justify their continued existence to their epi...

Strengthening the Assessment of Self-Talk in Sports Through a Multi-Method Approach.

Although self-talk during competitive sports is common and predictive of athletes' motivation, experiences, and performance, it is difficult to accurately assess self-talk. An important, yet underexplored, next step in the assessment of self-talk is to rely on a multi-method approach. The present study sought to examine whether tennis players' self-talk assessed either via self-reports or via a live-recorded procedure would relate to each other. Competitive tennis players (N =120; M = 25.22; SD = 9.82) were...

Conflicting perspectives mediate the relation between parents' and preschoolers' self-referent mental state talk during collaboration.

We examined the relations between the referent of parents and preschoolers' mental state talk during a collaborative puzzle-solving task (N = 146 dyads; n = 81 3-year-olds, n = 65 4-year-olds). The results showed that parents' references to their own knowledge and beliefs (self-referent cognitive talk), and references to their child's knowledge and beliefs (child-referent cognitive talk) were both related to children's (primarily self-referent) cognitive talk. We then tested whether any of the observe...

Techniques and Tips for Freehand Placement of C7 Pedicle Screws With Respect to Cervicothoracic Constructs: 2-Dimensional Operative Video.

We present a surgical video highlighting the technical pearls for C7 pedicle screw placement with respect to cervicothoracic constructs. Pedicle screw placement into C7 has been shown to enhance the biomechanical stability of both cervical and cervicothoracic constructs and is safe for patient related outcomes.1,2 Rod placement across the cervicothoracic junction is known to be difficult because of the variable starting point of the C7 pedicle screw, which may cause misalignment of the polyaxial heads with ...

Analysis of fatigue in the three heads of the triceps brachii during isometric contractions at various effort levels.

The objective of this study was to investigate fatigue in the three heads of the triceps brachii (TB) muscle using surface electromyography (sEMG) obtained at 30%, 45% and 60% of maximal voluntary contraction (MVC).

Age Differences in Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Preventable Hospitalizations for Heart Failure in Connecticut, 2009-2015: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study.

Preventable hospitalizations for heart failure result in a large proportion of hospitalizations. The primary objective of this study was to describe longitudinal trends in the association of race/ethnicity with preventable hospitalizations for heart failure in Connecticut and differences in disparities by age.

Oligodendrocyte Progenitor Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment.

Glioblastoma (GBM) develops from adult brain white matter and is the most common and lethal primary brain tumor, characterized by rapid growth and invasion. GBM tumors frequently spread into the contralateral hemisphere, including in the beginning of tumor development. However, after complete resection of the tumor mass and chemo-radiotherapy, GBM commonly recurs around the tumor removal site, suggesting that the microenvironment at the tumor border provides therapeutic resistance to GBM cells. To improve p...

Comparing Heads-Up versus Binocular Microscope visualization systems in anterior and posterior segment surgeries: a retrospective study.

Three-dimensional (3D) visualization systems, also known as Heads-Up systems, are now available for eye-surgery and as every new device there is need for a specific evaluation.

, A New Species Isolated from Diseased Christmas Trees in Connecticut, U.S.A.

A number of fir species () are produced as Christmas trees around the world. In particular, Fraser fir ( (Pursh) Poir.) is popular as it yields high-quality Christmas trees in temperate North America and Europe. A sp. causing root rot on Fraser fir was isolated from a Christmas tree farm in Connecticut, U.S.A., and found to be new to science according to morphological and molecular phylogenetic analysis using multilocus DNA sequences from ITS, , β-, , and loci. Thus, it was described and illustrated as ....

The Cross-Talk Between TGF-β and Periostin Can Be Targeted for Pulmonary Fibrosis.

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a devastating disease characterized as progressive and irreversible fibrosis in the interstitium of lung tissues. There is still an unmet need to develop a novel therapeutic drug for IPF. We have previously demonstrated that periostin, a matricellular protein, plays an important role in the pathogenesis of pulmonary fibrosis. However, the underlying mechanism of how periostin causes pulmonary fibrosis remains unclear. In this study, we sought to learn whether the cross...

A Clumsy Chloroforming in Connecticut: Look What the Cat Dragged In….

Papillary muscle heads focalization for functional mitral valve regurgitation.

Mitral valve (MV) annuloplasty has been the gold standard for treatment of functional MV regurgitation (MR). However, annuloplasty for functional MR may cause augmented posterior leaflet tethering which results in functional anterior prolapse. Herein we added papillary muscle heads focalization for such patients. All separated papillary muscle heads are sutured together and the roots of chordae at each papillary muscle are unifocalized on both sides. Stiches are positioned at same distances from correspondi...

Cognitive stress changes the attributes of the three heads of the triceps brachii during muscle fatigue.

Cognitive stress (CS) changes the peripheral attributes of a muscle, but its effect on multi-head muscles has not been investigated. The objective of the current research was to investigate the impact of CS on the three heads of the triceps brachii (TB) muscle.

The polarity protein Dlg5 regulates collective cell migration during Drosophila oogenesis.

Collective migration plays critical roles in animal development, physiological events, and cancer metastasis. However, the molecular mechanisms of collective cell migration are not well understood. Drosophila border cells represent an excellent in vivo genetic model to study collective cell migration and identify novel regulatory genes for cell migration. Using the Mosaic Analysis with a Repressible Cell Marker (MARCM) system, we screened 240 P-element insertion lines to identify essential genes for border ...

Q Fever: Evidence of a Massive Yet Undetected Cross-Border Outbreak, With Ongoing Risk of Extra Mortality, in a Dutch-German Border Region.

Following outbreaks in other parts of the Netherlands, the Dutch border region of South Limburg experienced a large-scale outbreak of human Q fever related to a single dairy goat farm in 2009, with surprisingly few cases reported from neighbouring German counties. Late chronic Q fever, with recent spikes of newly detected cases, is an ongoing public health concern in the Netherlands. We aimed to assess the scope and scale of any undetected cross-border transmission to neighbouring German counties, where ind...

Medical Exemption From Disconnection of Utilities in Connecticut.

River boats as a means of expansion of Aedes aegypti towards border zones of the peruvian amazon.

To assess the entomological risk of Aedes aegypti in boats traversing border river routes in Loreto.

The Galabat-Metema cross-border onchocerciasis focus: The first coordinated interruption of onchocerciasis transmission in Africa.

Onchocerciasis transmission across international borders is not uncommon, yet a coordinated cross border stops mass drug administration (MDA) decision has not been documented.

Thermal Heads for Melt Drilling to Subglacial Lakes: Design and Testing.

Antarctic subglacial lakes are often considered suitable analogues to extraterrestrial subglacial aqueous environments. Recently, an environmentally friendly RECoverable Autonomous Sonde (RECAS) was designed at the Polar Research Center of Jilin University (JLU) to sample the water of subglacial lakes without contamination. In this regard, the development of a fast-penetration thermal head is the key issue for RECAS. Two different prototypes were designed and tested at the JLU ice-well to determine the opti...

Influenza Vaccination and Migration at the US Southern Border.

In the past year, at least three children who migrated across the US southern border in the custody of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) died with laboratory-confirmed influenza infection as a contributing factor. The first was Felipe, an eight-year-old boy from Guatemala who died in December 2018 upon arrival to the hospital after being diagnosed with influenza B earlier in the day. The second was Wilmer, a two-year-old boy who died in May 2019 after an eight-day admission to the pediatric intensive care...

Moving Encounters: Actin Treadmilling in the Brush Border.

In this issue of Developmental Cell, Meenderink et al. (2019) describe how treadmilling of the actin core of nascent microvilli on the apical surface of epithelial cells underlies their motility across the cell surface, collision with each other, and ultimately clustering to form the "brush border."

Ethical assessment of the EU health policy under the Directive 2011∕24∕EU: approaching patients' rights and cross-border healthcare.

The purpose of the present article is to discuss the ethical challenges of the European Union (EU) health legislation framing the patients' rights and the cross-border healthcare (CBHC).

The ArfGAP Drongo Promotes Actomyosin Contractility during Collective Cell Migration by Releasing Myosin Phosphatase from the Trailing Edge.

Collective cell migration is involved in various developmental and pathological processes, including the dissemination of various cancer cells. During Drosophila melanogaster oogenesis, a group of cells called border cells migrate collectively toward the oocyte. Herein, we show that members of the Arf family of small GTPases and some of their regulators are required for normal border cell migration. Notably, we found that the ArfGAP Drongo and its GTPase-activating function are essential for the initial det...

Genetic susceptibility may modify the association between cell phone use and thyroid cancer: A population-based case-control study in Connecticut.

Emerging studies have provided evidence on the carcinogenicity of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) from cell phones. This study aims to test the genetic susceptibility on the association between cell phone use and thyroid cancer. Population-based case-control study was conducted in Connecticut between 2010 and 2011 including 440 thyroid cancer cases and 465 population-based controls with genotyping information for 823 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in 176 DNA genes. We used multivariate unconditional ...

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