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Sexual well-being after first trimester termination of pregnancy: secondary analysis of a randomised contraceptive trial.

Although termination of pregnancy is one of the most common procedures worldwide, little is known about sexual well-being after termination of pregnancy. The objective of this study was to assess sexual well-being after termination of pregnancy, and factors affecting it during one-year follow-up.

Correction notice to paper "Agreement of treatment effects for mortality from routinely collected data and subsequent randomized trials: meta-epidemiological survey".

Tracing the interplay between syntactic and lexical features: fMRI evidence from agreement comprehension.

The current fMRI study was designed to investigate whether the processing of different gender-related cues embedded in nouns affects the computation of agreement dependencies and, if so, where this possible interaction is mapped in the brain. We used the Spanish gender agreement system, which makes it possible to manipulate two different factors: the agreement between different sentence constituents (i.e., by contrasting congruent versus incongruent determiner-noun pairs) and the formal (i.e., orthographica...

Eye-tracking in dentistry: What do children notice in the dentist? Short title: What children notice in the dentist.

To determine, using eye-tracking technology, what children notice the most when they look at the dentist.

Dynamics of ribosomes and release factors during translation termination in .

Release factors RF1 and RF2 promote hydrolysis of peptidyl-tRNA during translation termination. The GTPase RF3 promotes recycling of RF1 and RF2. Using single molecule FRET and biochemical assays, we show that ribosome termination complexes that carry two factors, RF1-RF3 or RF2-RF3, are dynamic and fluctuate between non-rotated and rotated states, whereas each factor alone has its distinct signature on ribosome dynamics and conformation. Dissociation of RF1 depends on peptide release and the presence of RF...

Implementation Strategies Used by States to Support Physical Activity Licensing Standards for Toddlers in Early Care and Education Settings: An Exploratory Qualitative Study.

Child care settings have been a target for childhood obesity prevention efforts; changing licensing standards to require physical activity (PA)-related best practices is one strategy being used by states. The mechanisms used to support implementation by providers remain understudied, despite the potential for these efforts to significantly impact child-level outcomes. This qualitative study explored the mechanisms used and any outstanding challenges to implementation experienced by US states with one specif...

How deep do we dig? Formal explanations as placeholders for inherent explanations.

Formal explanations (e.g., "Mittens has whiskers because she's a cat") pose an intriguing puzzle in human cognition: they seem like little more than tautologies, yet they are surprisingly commonplace and natural-sounding. To resolve this puzzle, we hypothesized that formal explanations constitute an implicit appeal to a category's inherent features rather than simply to the category itself (as their explicit content would suggest); the latter is just a placeholder. We conducted a series of eight experiments...


A subpopulation of neurons located within the arcuate nucleus, co-localizing kisspeptin, neurokinin B, and dynorphin, (termed KNDy neurons) are key mediators of pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) secretion. The KNDy model of GnRH pulse generation proposes that dynorphin (Dyn) terminates each pulse. However, it is unknown where and when during a pulse, Dyn is released to inhibit GnRH secretion. Dyn acts via the kappa opioid receptor (KOR), and KOR is present in KNDy and GnRH neurons in the sheep...

Compliance with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Revised Licensing Guidance for Radioactive Seed Localization.

The use of radioactive seed localization (RSL) as a reliable alternative to wire localization (WL) for guiding the surgical excision of non-palpable lesions has become more popular because of its demonstrated advantages for both the patient and surgeon. RSL is regulated under 10 CFR 35.1000 (Other Medical Uses) for which the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S. NRC) issued its original licensing guidance entitled "I-125 and Pd-103 Low Dose Rate Brachytherapy Seeds Used for Localization of Non-palpable L...

'A true partner around the table?' Perceptions of how to strengthen public health's contributions to the alcohol licensing process.

There are increased opportunities for public health practitioners (PHPs) in England to shape alcohol availability and reduce harms through a statutory role in licensing processes in local government. However, how public health can effectively influence alcohol licence decision-making is little understood.

Examining Demographics, Prior Academic Performance, and United States Medical Licensing Examination Scores.

To examine whether demographic differences exist in United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) examination scores and the extent to which any differences are explained by students' prior academic achievement.

Codon usage biases co-evolve with transcription termination machinery to suppress premature cleavage and polyadenylation.

Codon usage biases are found in all genomes and influence protein expression levels. The codon usage effect on protein expression was thought to be mainly due to its impact on translation. Here we show that transcription termination is an important driving force for codon usage bias in eukaryotes. Usingas a model organism, we demonstrated that introduction of rare codons results in premature transcription termination (PTT) within open reading frames and the abolishment of full-length mRNA. PTT is a wide-spr...

Frailty differences in older adults' use of informal and formal care.

This study examines different combinations of informal and formal care use of older adults and investigates whether these combinations differ in terms of need for care (physical and psychological frailty) and enabling factors for informal and formal care use (social and environmental frailty).

Visualization of translation termination intermediates trapped by the Apidaecin 137 peptide during RF3-mediated recycling of RF1.

During translation termination in bacteria, the release factors RF1 and RF2 are recycled from the ribosome by RF3. While high-resolution structures of the individual termination factors on the ribosome exist, direct structural insight into how RF3 mediates dissociation of the decoding RFs has been lacking. Here we have used the Apidaecin 137 peptide to trap RF1 together with RF3 on the ribosome and visualize an ensemble of termination intermediates using cryo-electron microscopy. Binding of RF3 to the ribo...

United States Medical Licensing Exam Step I Score as a Predictor of Neurosurgical Career Beyond Residency.

United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step I score is cited as one of the most important factors when for applying to neurosurgery residencies. No studies have documented a correlation between USMLE Step I score and metrics of neurosurgical career trajectory beyond residency.

Lessons from the sky: an aviation-based framework for maximizing the delivery of quality anesthetic care.

Though aviation is practiced in airplanes and anesthesiology in operating rooms, the two professions have substantial parallels. Both require readiness to manage a crisis situation, where lives are at stake, at a moment's notice and with incomplete information. The determinants of quality performance in both professions extend far beyond knowledge base and formal training. The science of human factors, a prominent cornerstone of the aviation industry, has not yet found the same place in medicine, but it cou...

What are the goals of prenatal genetic testing?

The landscape of genetic testing and screening has changed tremendously since the initial description of the molecular structure of DNA. Given this, it is critical that providers reflect on the goals of prenatal screening and diagnostic testing, and how these tests impact perinatal outcomes. The participants of this workshop were in agreement that the goal of prenatal genetic testing should be focused on improving outcomes for women and families. While prenatal testing has historically focused on the option...

Negotiating acceptable termination of pregnancy for non-lethal fetal anomaly: a qualitative study of professional perspectives.

This study aims to explore the perspectives of professionals around the issue of termination of pregnancy for non-lethal fetal anomaly (TOPFA).

Termination of pregnancy following prenatally diagnosed central nervous system malformations.

To analyze fetal cerebral malformations with late termination of pregnancy (TOP) and to evaluate the rate of cases that could have been detected earlier using international recommended requirements of sonographic examination of the fetal central nervous system (CNS).

The New Medical Licensing Examination in Portugal.

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Termination of pregnancy following a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome: a qualitative study of the decision-making process of pregnant couples.

In Denmark, first trimester screening has a very high uptake (>90%). If Down syndrome is diagnosed, termination rates are high (>95%). The aim of this study was to investigate the timing of the decision of termination of pregnancy following a Down syndrome diagnosis and the factors influencing this decision MATERIAL AND METHODS: Semi-structured, qualitative interview study with 21 couples who had received a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome and decided to terminate the pregnancy. Participants were recruit...

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