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Effects of different slipping methods on the mortality of sardine, Sardina pilchardus, after purse-seine capture off the Portuguese Southern coast (Algarve).

The effects of two different slipping methods on the survival, physical and physiological response of sardines, Sardina pilchardus, captured in a purse-seine fishery were investigated in southern Portugal. Sardines were collected and transferred into holding tanks onboard a commercial fishing vessel after being captured, crowded and deliberately released using two slipping procedures: standard and modified. The standard slipping procedure aggregated fish at high densities and made them "roll over" the float...


Santayana's Axiom: The South Dakota State Medical Association and Medical Practice Legislation in 1929 and 2017.

In 1928 members of the South Dakota State Medical Association (SDSMA or the Association) held a special meeting in Huron to consider a basic science bill that conformed "…in its entirety to the conditions existing in our state." Their draft bill proposed a standardized examination for all practitioners of the healing arts. A legislative committee, with its attorney, "…was in Pierre during the early part of the 1929 legislative session to make sure the bill was properly launched and in effective channels...

Prediction of the very early occurrence of HCC right after DAA therapy for HCV infection.

Although direct-acting antiviral (DAA) developments make most of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection curable, some HCV patients develop hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) after curative treatment of HCV. There is much dispute whether the rapid clearance of the virus enhances the HCC development. In advance of the dispute, we should make clear the characteristics of the patients with very early occurrence and recurrence of HCC after DAA therapy because it was still unclear.


Efficient Deep-Blue Electrofluorescence with an External Quantum Efficiency Beyond 10.

The design of blue fluorescent materials combining both deep-blue emission (CIE

A knowledge, attitude, and practice survey on mediation among clinicians in a tertiary-care hospital in Singapore.

Healthcare delivery is a highly complex, deeply personal and costly endeavour that involves multiple specialties and services. There is an imbalance in knowledge between the healthcare provider and consumer that may contribute to doubts and uncertainty over treatment and outcomes. It is unsurprising that conflict and dispute can develop between healthcare providers and patients and their next-of-kin. The use of mediation in the healthcare setting has recently been promoted in many developed countries, inclu...

Affordable house designs to improve health in rural Africa: a field study from northeastern Tanzania.

The population of sub-Saharan Africa is currently estimated to be 1245 million and is expected to quadruple by the end of the century, necessitating the building of millions of homes. Malaria remains a substantial problem in this region and efforts to minimise transmission should be considered in future house planning. We studied how building elements, which have been successfully employed in southeast Asia to prevent mosquitos from entering and cooling the house, could be integrated in a more sustainable h...

Agminated Blue Nevus with a GNAQ mutation: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.

Agminated blue nevi are dermal melanocytic proliferations that classically present as dark blue macules or papules in a grouped, linear, or blaschkoid distribution. In their more common sporadic form, blue nevi manifest in young adulthood as solitary blue papules or macules on the scalp, face, hands, or feet. By contrast, agminated blue nevi tend to manifest earlier in life, and are distributed more evenly across anatomic sites. Recent studies have identified mutations in sporadic blue nevi in the genes enc...

Coomassie Brilliant Blue Staining of Polyacrylamide Gels.

In the past a series of staining procedures for proteins were published. Still, the most commonly used staining dye for proteins is Coomassie Brilliant Blue. The major reason is that Coomassie Brilliant Blue staining is simple, fast, and sensitive. As Coomassie Brilliant Blue is almost insoluble in water a series of procedures including colloidal aqueous procedures has been described.

Health and religions: practices and meanings in dialogue and dispute.

Trade challenges at the World Trade Organization to national noncommunicable disease prevention policies: A thematic document analysis of trade and health policy space.

It has long been contested that trade rules and agreements are used to dispute regulations aimed at preventing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Yet most analyses of trade rules and agreements focus on trade disputes, potentially overlooking how a challenge to a regulation's consistency with trade rules may lead to 'policy or regulatory chill' effects whereby countries delay, alter, or repeal regulations in order to avoid the costs of a dispute. Systematic empirical analysis of this pathway to impact was pre...

Vibrational properties and Raman spectra of pristine and fluorinated blue phosphorene.

Using density functional theory, we investigated the vibrational properties and Raman spectra of pristine blue phosphorene and fluorinated blue phosphorene. The fluorinated blue phosphorene possesses a Dirac cone at the K point (about 310 cm-1). The shape of the Dirac cone remains unchanged under different tensile strains. The Raman tensor and thus angle-dependent Raman intensities of all Raman active modes are calculated for the polarizations of scattered light parallel and perpendicular to that of the inc...

The blue dimensions of aquaculture: A global synthesis.

The rapid development of aquaculture has been considered the blue revolution, which is an approach to increasing global fish production in order to contribute to human nutrition and food security. The use of blue water (i.e., surface and groundwater) in aquaculture also makes a significant contribution to global fish production. However, the blue revolution of aquaculture is associated with a wide range of environmental concerns, including habitat destruction, water pollution, eutrophication, biotic depleti...

Osteoma Cutis Arising in Common Blue Nevus (Blue Osteonevus): A Clinicopathologic, Immunohistochemical, and Dermoscopic Study.

Osteonevus of Nanta is a rare histopathologic variant of melanocytic nevus that results from ossification of the dermis between dermal nests of melanocytes. Most cases described in the literature have been associated with long-standing intradermal nevi and were often located in the upper part of the body. We report a lesion on the shoulder of an elderly man showing the association of a common blue nevus and osteoma cutis, an exceptional feature which has been previously reported in 2 instances. We also desc...

Case Study: Developing an In-House Magnetic Resonance Imaging Maintenance Program.

In 2015, the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) developed an in-house magnetic resonance imaging service team. Within two years, the team achieved substantial savings in operational costs, generated new revenue, improved uptime and response time, and improved customer satisfaction within the hospital. Through careful planning and collaboration, the Clinical Engineering Department at CHEO was able to bring imaging services in house successfully, demonstrating improvements over historical original ...

Evaluation of genotoxicity related to oral methylene blue chromoendoscopy.

 An oral formulation of methylene blue with colonic delivery (MB-MMX) has been developed to increase detection of colorectal polys during colonoscopy. Traditionally, there have been safety concerns regarding DNA damage when methylene blue is exposed to white light. The aim of this study was to evaluate DNA damage in colonic mucosa after MB-MMX chromoendoscopy.

Blue light emitting diodes irradiation causes cell death in colorectal cancer by inducing ROS production and DNA damage.

The light emitting diodes (LEDs) irradiation has been demonstrated to be potential therapeutic strategies for several diseases. However, the blue LED effects remain largely unknown in colorectal cancer (CRC), which is a major cause of morbidity and mortality throughout the world. In this study, we determined the effects of blue LED irradiation, the maximal light emission at 470 nm in wavelength, in human CRC cell lines SW620 and HT29. The cells were irradiated with blue LED light for 0 J/cm, 72 J/cm, ...

Host subspecific viral strains in European house mice: Murine cytomegalovirus in the Eastern (Mus musculus musculus) and Western house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus).

Murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV) has been reported from house mice (Mus musculus) worldwide, but only recently from Eastern house mice (M. m. musculus), of particular interest because they form a semi-permeable species barrier in Europe with Western house mice, M. m. domesticus. Here we report genome sequences of EastMCMV (from Eastern mice), and set these in the context of MCMV genomes from genus Mus hosts. We show EastMCMV and WestMCMV are genetically distinct. Phylogeny splitting analyses show a genome wide...

The Insecticide Resistance Allele kdr-his has a Fitness Cost in the Absence of Insecticide Exposure.

House flies, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae), are major pests at animal production facilities. Insecticides, particularly pyrethroids, have been used for control of house fly populations for more than 30 yr, but the evolution of resistance will likely jeopardize fly control efforts. A major mechanism of pyrethroid resistance in the house fly is target site insensitivity (due to mutations in the Voltage-sensitive sodium channel [Vssc]). Based on a survey of house fly populations in 2007 and 2008, the ...

Toxic wavelength of blue light changes as insects grow.

Short-wavelength visible light (blue light: 400-500 nm) has lethal effects on various insects, such as fruit flies, mosquitoes, and flour beetles. However, the most toxic wavelengths of blue light might differ across developmental stages. Here, we investigate how the toxicity of blue light changes with the developmental stages of an insect by irradiating Drosophila melanogaster with different wavelengths of blue light. Specifically, the lethal effect on eggs increased at shorter light wavelengths (i.e., tow...

Comparative study of photodynamic activity of methylene blue in the presence of salicylic acid and curcumin phenolic compounds on human breast cancer.

Curcumin and salicylic acid are both phenolic compounds and they can both affect cancer treatment efficacy. In this study, the effects of methylene blue-curcumin (CU-MB) and methylene blue-salicylic acid (SA-MB) ion pair complexes on MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells are studied. According to the thermodynamic parameters, the stability of curcumin and salicylic acid complexes ion pair complexes was compared. The free energy of ion pair interactions was calculated based on binding constants. A comparison ...

Blue light phototoxicity toward human corneal and conjunctival epithelial cells in basal and hyperosmolar conditions.

The ocular surface is the very first barrier between the visual system and external environment. It protects the eye from the exposure to various light sources that significantly emit in blue spectrum. However, the impact of blue light on the ocular surface has been poorly explored so far. In this study, we investigated in vitro the phototoxicity of blue light illumination in human epithelial cells of the ocular surface. We worked either in basal conditions or under hyperosmolar stress, in order to mimic dr...

White House Report on Drug Prices Is a Detailed Road Map: Price-Lowering Ideas Generated, Some Already in Motion.

White House report on drug prices is a detailed road map.

Mixtures of Blue Phase Liquid Crystal with Simple Liquids: Elastic Emulsions and Cubic Fluid Cylinders.

We numerically investigate the behavior of a phase-separating mixture of a blue phase I liquid crystal with an isotropic fluid. The resulting morphology is primarily controlled by an inverse capillary number, χ, setting the balance between interfacial and elastic forces. When χ and the concentration of the isotropic component are both low, the blue phase disclination lattice templates a cubic array of fluid cylinders. For larger χ, the isotropic phase arranges primarily into liquid emulsion droplets whic...

Band Renormalization of Blue Phosphorus on Au(111).

Most recently, theoretical calculations predicted the stability of a novel two-dimensional phosphorus honeycomb lattice named blue phosphorus. Here, we report on the growth of blue phosphorus on Au(111) and unravel its structural details using diffraction, microscopy and theoretical calculations. Most importantly, by utilizing angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy we identify its momentum-resolved electronic structure. We find that Au(111) breaks the sublattice symmetry of blue phosphorus leading to an ...

Coastal blue space and depression in older adults.

This paper tests whether higher exposure to coastal blue space is associated with lower risk of depression using data from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), a nationally representative longitudinal study of people aged fifty and over in Ireland. We contribute to the literature on blue space and health by (i) using scores from the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) to measure depression outcomes (ii) using new measures of coastal blue space visibility (iii) studying the a...


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