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NMReDATA, a standard to report the NMR assignment and parameters of organic compounds.

Even though NMR has found countless applications in the field of small molecule characterization, there is no standard file format available for the NMR data relevant to structure characterization of small molecules. A new format is therefore introduced to associate the NMR parameters extracted from 1D and 2D spectra of organic compounds to the proposed chemical structure. These NMR parameters, which we shall call NMReDATA (for nuclear magnetic resonance extracted data), include chemical shift values, signa...


Practices Caring For The Underserved Are Less Likely To Adopt Medicare's Annual Wellness Visit.

In 2011 Medicare introduced the annual wellness visit to help address the health risks of aging adults. The visit also offers primary care practices an opportunity to generate revenue, and may allow practices in accountable care organizations to attract healthier patients while stabilizing patient-practitioner assignments. However, uptake of the visit has been uneven. Using national Medicare data for the period 2008-15, we assessed practices' ability and motivation to adopt the visit. In 2015, 51.2 percent...

Global perspectives on patient safety: the annual Minnesota report.

John Tingle, Associate Professor (Teaching and Scholarship), Nottingham Trent University, discuss the latest annual public report on adverse health events from the Minnesota Department of Health in the USA.


Publisher Correction: Controllable molecular motors engineered from myosin and RNA.

An incorrect Supplementary Information file was originally published. The file has been replaced with the correct one.

The crustacean cuticle does not record chronological age: New evidence from the gastric mill ossicles.

A proposed method to determine chronological age of crustaceans uses putative annual bands in the gastric mill ossicles of the foregut. The interpretation of cuticle bands as growth rings is based on the idea that ossicles are retained through the moult and could accumulate a continuous record of age. However, recent studies presented conflicting findings on the dynamics of gastric mill ossicles during ecydysis. We herein study cuticle bands in ossicles in four species of commercially important decapod crus...

Correction to: Lifetime stress accelerates epigenetic aging in an urban, African American cohort: relevance of glucocorticoid signaling.

Upon publication of the original article [1] it was highlighted by the authors that a transposition error affected Additional file 1, causing the misplacement of several columns and rendering the table difficult to read. This transposition does not influence any of the results nor analyses presented in the paper and has since been formally noted in this correction article; the corrected file is available here as an Additional File. The publisher apologizes for this error.

Revenue-sharing clubs provide economic insurance and incentives for sustainability in common-pool resource systems.

Harvesting behaviors of natural resource users, such as farmers, fishermen and aquaculturists, are shaped by season-to-season and day-to-day variability, or in other words risk. Here, we explore how risk-mitigation strategies can lead to sustainable use and improved management of common-pool natural resources. Over-exploitation of unmanaged natural resources, which lowers their long-term productivity, is a central challenge facing societies. While effective top-down management is a possible solution, it is ...

Negative beliefs about back pain are associated with persistent, high levels of low back disability in community-based women.

Although pessimistic beliefs about back pain are associated with low back pain and disability, our understanding of their role in the natural history of the condition is limited. This study examined the association between beliefs about back pain and the development and progression of low back pain and disability over a 2-year period in community-dwelling women.

Report on the 18th Annual Land O'Lakes Bioanalytical Conference.

The 18th Annual Land O'Lakes Bioanalytical Conference, titled 'Cutting-Edge Bioanalytical Technologies and Concepts - Issues, Solutions and Practical Considerations for Applications in Novel and Emerging Modalities', was held 10-13 July 2017 in Madison, WI, USA. This Land O'Lakes Conference is presented each year by the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development within the School of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA). The purpose of this conference is to provide an educational forum to...

Head Movements Allow Listeners Bilaterally Implanted With Cochlear Implants to Resolve Front-Back Confusions.

We report on the ability of patients fit with bilateral cochlear implants (CIs) to distinguish the front-back location of sound sources both with and without head movements. At issue was (i) whether CI patients are more prone to front-back confusions than normal hearing listeners for wideband, high-frequency stimuli; and (ii) if CI patients can utilize dynamic binaural difference cues, in tandem with their own head rotation, to resolve these front-back confusions. Front-back confusions offer a binary metric...

Collaborative and Reproducible Research: Goals, Challenges, and Strategies.

Combining imaging biomarkers with genomic and clinical phenotype data is the foundation of precision medicine research efforts. Yet, biomedical imaging research requires unique infrastructure compared with principally text-driven clinical electronic medical record (EMR) data. The issues are related to the binary nature of the file format and transport mechanism for medical images as well as the post-processing image segmentation and registration needed to combine anatomical and physiological imaging data so...

Adoption and learning across hospitals: The case of a revenue-generating practice.

Performance-raising practices tend to diffuse slowly in the health care sector. To understand how incentives drive adoption, I study a practice that generates revenue for hospitals: submitting detailed documentation about patients. After a 2008 reform, hospitals could raise their Medicare revenue over 2% by always specifying a patient's type of heart failure. Hospitals only captured around half of this revenue, indicating that large frictions impeded takeup. Exploiting the fact that many doctors practice at...

Differential effects of angry faces on working memory updating in younger and older adults.

Research suggests that cognition-emotion interactions change with age. In the present study, younger and older adults completed a 2-back task, and the effects of negative stimuli were analyzed as a function of their status in the n-back sequence. Older adults were found to benefit more from angry than from neutral probes relative to younger adults. However, they were slower when lures were angry and less accurate when lures and probes had the same emotion. The results suggest that recollection of the n-back...

The Unsustainable Cost of Medicaid: Insights from a Hospital-Based Academic Dermatology Practice.

To investigate the lost revenue associated with Medicaid patients in a university-based dermatology practice over a one-year period compared to non-Medicaid patients. Specifically, the goal was to investigate the change in revenue if Medicaid visits were associated with a range of copayments.

The Formation and Distribution of Modern Ooids on Great Bahama Bank.

Great Bahama Bank (GBB) is the principal location of the formation and accumulation of ooids (concentrically coated, sand-size carbonate grains) in the world today, and as such has been the focus of studies on all aspects of ooids for more than half a century. Our view from a close look at this vast body of literature coupled with our continuing interests stresses that biological mechanisms (microbially mediated organomineralization) are very important in the formation of ooids, whereas the controlling fact...

Reducing sedentary behaviour to decrease chronic low back pain: the stand back randomised trial.

The Stand Back study evaluated the feasibility and effects of a multicomponent intervention targeting reduced prolonged sitting and pain self-management in desk workers with chronic low back pain (LBP).

Addressing the Challenge of Molecular Change: An Interim Report.

Invited by the editorial committee of the Annual Review of Physical Chemistry to "contribute my autobiography," I present it here, as I understand the term. It is about my parents, my mentors, my coworkers, and my friends in learning and the scientific problems that we tried to address. Courtesy of the editorial assistance of Annual Reviews, some of the science is in the figure captions and sidebars. I am by no means done: I am currently trying to fuse the quantitative rigor of physical chemistry with syste...

2017: a veterinary year in review.

Kathryn Clark takes a look back at some of the significant developments of 2017.

Appendix I Acronyms and Abbreviations used in the Annual Report.

Case Report: Opioid Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain.

Within this case report we describe and discuss the treatment of a patient with chronic low back pain complaining about severe pain, reduced functionality and symptoms of depression, who was treated with long-term opioids (480 mg morphine equivalents). According to the recommendation of current guidelines we successfully reduced the opioid daily dose and discharged the patient with 28 mg morphine equivalents, improved physical functionality and reduced chronic pain intensity following a specific interdi...

Difference of the thickness and activation of trunk muscles during static stoop lift at different loads between subjects with and without low back pain.

Patients suffering from low back pain (LBP) have been reported to alter muscle contraction strategies.

UK Renal Registry 20th Annual Report: Introduction.

Same-Sex Married Tax Filers After Windsor and Obergefell.

This article provides new estimates of the number and characteristics of same-sex married couples after U.S. Supreme Court rulings in 2013 and 2015 established rights to same-sex marriage. The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service subsequently ruled that same-sex spouses would be treated as married for federal tax purposes. Because almost all married taxpayers file joint tax returns, administrative tax records provide new information on the demographic characteristics of married s...

Red Flags for Low Back Pain Are Not Always Really Red: A Prospective Evaluation of the Clinical Utility of Commonly Used Screening Questions for Low Back Pain.

Low back pain has a high prevalence and morbidity, and is a source of substantial health-care spending. Numerous published guidelines support the use of so-called red flag questions to screen for serious pathology in patients with low back pain. This paper examines the effectiveness of red flag questions as a screening tool for patients presenting with low back pain to a multidisciplinary academic spine center.

Disclosure and holding back: Communication, psychological adjustment, and marital satisfaction among couples coping with osteoarthritis.

This study examined two types of illness-related communication (disclosure and holding back) and their associations with psychological adjustment and marital satisfaction in patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA) and their spouses. A sample of 142 couples reported on disclosure and holding back of OA-related concerns, marital satisfaction, and depressive symptoms at two time points across 1 year. Results from dyadic analyses indicated that holding back was associated with decreases in one's own marital sati...


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