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Sensory and functional morbidity following sural nerve harvest in paediatric patients.

The sural nerve is a common donor site for nerve reconstruction. The only study describing outcomes in paediatric patients was following bilateral sural nerve harvest before the age of 1 year. Bilateral nerve harvest at such a young age may limit patients' ability to perceive a sensory difference. The objective of this study was to understand the sensory and functional deficit after unilateral sural nerve harvest in paediatric patients.

A small proportion of litter-derived nitrogen is assimilated by plant biomass or immobilized in sediments regardless of harvest management as detected by N-labeled Phragmites litter in a constructed wetland.

Emergent aquatic macrophytes play an important role in the removal of nutrients in constructed wetlands (CWs). However, plant biomass supplies litter after the onset of senescence. Although litter-derived nitrogen (N) has been considered a nutrient source for the internal loading that may reduce CW performance, little is known about the quantitative N dynamics associated with litter decomposition. Thus, a controversial question remains about whether plant harvest is needed to manage CWs. In this study, we e...

Evaluation of the chemical and nutritional characteristics of almonds (Prunus dulcis (Mill). D.A. Webb) as influenced by harvest time and cultivar.

Several authors studied the effect of harvest time on chemical and nutritional composition of almonds, but the results are partly conflicting, probably due to differences in the cultivars considered and to different agronomic and climatic conditions in the growing areas. In this paper the influence of harvest time and cultivar on the chemical and nutritional composition of almonds (Prunus dulcis (Mill). D.A. Webb) was evaluated. Ten cultivars were considered, grown in the same orchard and subjected to the s...

Opportunities for augmentation cystoplasty revision without additional bowel harvest: "Hourglass" deformity or non-detubularized augment.

We describe our experience performing bladder augmentation revision without additional bowel harvest for certain suboptimal cystoplasty configurations.

Immobilized microalgae for anaerobic digestion effluent treatment in a photobioreactor-ultrafiltration system: Algal harvest and membrane fouling control.

A photobioreactor (PBR) coupled with ultrafiltration (UF) system was developed with goals of microalgae cultivation, harvest, and membrane fouling control in the anaerobic digestion effluent purification. Firstly, three-sequencing batch PBRs were started-up with suspended Chlorella vulgaris (C. vulgaris, SCV), immobilized C. vulgaris (ICV) and immobilized C. vulgaris with powdered activated carbon (ICV + PAC). The results exhibited high DOC degradation (66.61%-84.35%) and completely nutrients (nitrogen ...

Short-term nitrate limitation prior to harvest improves phenolic compound accumulation in hydroponic-cultivated lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) without reducing shoot fresh weight.

Long-term exposure to a low nitrogen supply could effectively improve phenolic content in vegetables, but it also greatly decreases the yield. Therefore, it is necessary to develop cost-effective strategies of nitrogen management to overcome these obstacles. Here, we found that decreasing the nitrogen (NO3-) supply from 8.0 to below 2.0 mM during the last seven days before harvest significantly increased phenolic levels and antioxidant capacity of the soluble fraction in two hydroponic-cultivated lettuces, ...

Further Evidence That the Genebank Standards for Drying Orthodox Seeds May Not Be Optimal for Subsequent Seed Longevity.

Maximizing seed longevity is important for genebanks to efficiently manage their accessions, reducing the frequency of costly regeneration cycles and the loss of genetic integrity. Research on rice seeds has shown that subsequent longevity in air-dry storage can be improved by drying seeds, which are metabolically active at harvest (moisture contents above a critical value close to 16.5%), for an initial period at a higher temperature (40°C-60°C) than that currently recommended by the current genebank sta...

Considerations for Temporomandibular Joint Procurement in Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation.

Methods for harvest of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) for transplantation may involve several anatomic levels. The authors aim to assess the feasibility and identify challenges with 2 such methods, resuspending the donor condyles from the recipient glenoid fossae and en bloc harvest of the joint and surrounding temporal bone with plate-fixation to the recipient skull base. Two mock face transplantations were carried out using 4 fresh cadavers. Computed tomography imaging was obtained before and after the...

Host cell protein profiling in biopharmaceutical harvests.

Biopharmaceuticals contain residual host cell protein (HCP) impurities, a complex mixture of endogenous proteins from production strains such as Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells. The composition of HCP impurities at harvest hinges on multiple factors, e.g., identity of cell line, cell density and viability at harvest, or other process parameters. Two-dimensional differential gel electrophoresis (2-D DIGE) was used to compare HCP in 15 null cell culture harvest supernatants, which are representative for a w...

Outcomes following therapeutic lymphadenectomy for Stage III malignant melanoma in a single unit.

Malignant melanoma is the fourth most common cancer in New Zealand. Surgery is the only treatment modality that can achieve high cure rates for regional disease, but is associated with high complication rates. Our study documents the morbidity associated with regional lymphadenectomy; audits nodal harvest numbers and considers nodal harvest targets.

Use of electrostatic spraying and sprinkler irrigation with lactic acid bacteria as a potential pre-harvest intervention against Escherichia coli O157:H7 on spinach plants.

Establishing novel pre-harvest intervention strategies for leafy greens growers is of critical need with the rise in foodborne outbreaks associated with these products. Recent studies have shown that lactic acid bacteria are able to reduce the presence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in various food matrices. Electrostatic application of organic acids has been shown to be effective as a post-harvest safety intervention to reduce E.coli O157:H7 on leafy greens. The effect of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) electrosta...

Effect of harvest timing on the dynamics of the Ricker-Seno model.

The moment of intervention is a key question in harvest programmes and is currently generating an increasing interest. However, little is known about its effect on the population stability. This lack of knowledge is greater in the case of global stability, which is always desirable as it allows to predict the fate of populations regardless of the initial size. Here we use a discrete-time equation to model the dynamics of populations harvested at any time during the reproductive season. We study the effect o...

SIRT1 Involved in the Regulation of Alternative Splicing Affects the DNA Damage Response in Neural Stem Cells.

Alternative splicing and DNA damage exhibit cross-regulation, with not only DNA damage inducing changes in alternative splicing, but alternative splicing itself possibly modulating the DNA damage response (DDR). Sirt1, a prominent anti-aging player, plays pivotal roles in the DDR. However, few studies have examined alternative splicing with DNA damage in neural stem cells (NSCs) and, in essence, nothing is known about whether SIRT1 regulates alternative splicing. Hence, we investigated the potential involve...

Partial vertebrae resection laterally to harvest supplemental autograft bone for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion: a technical note and outcomes.

To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of partial vertebrae resection laterally through intervertebral space to harvest supplemental autograft bone for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF).

Plant and soil responses to hydrothermally converted sewage sludge (sewchar).

This study compared the effects of sewchar and mineral fertilizer on plant responses in beans (Phaseolus vulgaris, var. "Jalo precoce") and soil properties in a pot experiment in a completely randomized design with two harvests. The initial treatments consisted of a control, sewchar doses of 4, 8, 16 and 32 Mg ha and mineral fertilizer (30 mg N, 90 mg PO and 60 mg KO kg). The treatments (4 replications each) were fertilized with 135 mg PO kg at the second harvest. The sewchar application rat...

Effective harvesting of the marine microalga Thalassiosira pseudonana by Marinobacter sp. FL06.

In this study, Marinobacter sp. FL06 was used to effectively harvest the energy-producing microalga Thalassiosira pseudonana through direct flocculation. Strain FL06 showed 92.7% flocculating efficiency against T. pseudonana, and no metal ion was added for the flocculation process, resulting in a more environmentally friendly process. The flocculation efficiency of FL06 was stable over a wide range of pH values and temperatures, indicating that the application of this bacteria has potential advantages under...

Suboptimal Choice in Pigeons: Does the Predictive Value of the Conditioned Reinforcer Alone Determine Choice?

Prior research has found that pigeons are indifferent between an option that always provides a signal for reinforcement and an alternative that provides a signal for reinforcement only 50% of the time (and a signal for the absence of reinforcement 50% of the time). This suboptimal choice suggests that the frequency of the signal for reinforcement plays virtually no role and choice depends only on the predictive value of the signal for reinforcement associated with each alternative. In the present research w...

Harvest and trade of caterpillar mushroom (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) and the implications for sustainable use in the Tibet Region of Southwest China.

caterpillar mushroom (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) is a unique medicinal fungi which is only found in alpine grasslands in Himalayan mountain regions and the Tibetan Plateau. Known locally as Yartsa Gunbu, it has been widely used in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine for centuries. It is crucial to understand local commercial harvest and trade practices of caterpillar mushroom to support the sustainable management of this valuable resource. However, data derived from empirically grounded research is currently limited...

Computed Tomographic Angiography Used for Localization of the Cutaneous Perforators and Selection of Anterolateral Thigh Flap "Bail-Out" Branches.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the territory supplied by the lateral circumflex femoral artery for the consistency of a proximal perforator that could be used as an alternative pedicle for the anterolateral thigh flap if a tedious intramuscular course is encountered during elevation of the perforator used to develop the initial surgical plan. It is hypothesized that a consistent "bail-out" perforator supplying the proximal thigh would facilitate a simpler anterolateral thigh flap harvest, with mi...


Association of the Anterolateral Thigh Osteomyocutaneous Flap With Femur Structural Integrity and Assessment of Prophylactic Fixation.

The chimeric anterolateral thigh osteomyocutaneous (ALTO) free flap is a recently described microvascular option for head and neck osseous defects associated with complex soft-tissue requirements. To date, the association of ALTO flap harvest with femur structural integrity and the need for routine prophylactic fixation following harvest has been incompletely described.

Endoscopic-Assisted Radial Forearm Free Flap Harvest: A Novel Technique to Reduce Donor Site Morbidity.

 The radial forearm free flap (RFFF) remains a workhorse flap but can have significant donor site morbidity. The authors developed a novel technique for endoscopic-assisted RFFF (ERFFF) harvest and hypothesized improved donor site morbidity.

Technique for single axillary incision robotic assisted quadrantectomy and immediate partial breast reconstruction with robotic latissimus dorsi flap harvest for breast cancer: A case report.

The clinical application of robotic surgery in breast conserving surgery or volume replacement with robotic latissimus dorsi flap harvest (RLDFH) has been rarely reported. In this study, we report the preliminary experience and clinical outcome of robotic assisted quadrantectomy (RAQ) and immediate partial breast reconstruction (IPBR) with RLDFH.

The influence of crop production and socioeconomic factors on seasonal household dietary diversity in Burkina Faso.

Households in low-income settings are vulnerable to seasonal changes in dietary diversity because of fluctuations in food availability and access. We assessed seasonal differences in household dietary diversity in Burkina Faso, and determined the extent to which household socioeconomic status and crop production diversity modify changes in dietary diversity across seasons, using data from the nationally representative 2014 Burkina Faso Continuous Multisectoral Survey (EMC). A household dietary diversity sco...

Neurovascular Anatomy at the "Box Junction": Considerations in the Anterolateral Thigh Flap.

 The anterolateral thigh (ALT) perforator flap is one of the most widely used flaps in reconstructive microsurgery. This study investigated a previously unexplored and clinically relevant aspect of perforator anatomy: the "box junction" (BxJn), the point at which the perforator arises from its source vessel. Negotiating the BxJn can be a challenging and time-consuming step in flap harvest, due to the neurovascular structures in the area which must be protected from injury. However, as the presence and loc...

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