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'I loved him all my life': love, duty and homosexuality in post-liberation China.

This article is born out of an oral history study of 31 elderly homosexual men in four cities in China. It shows the ways in which major events of Chinese history since the birth of the People's Republic in 1949 intervene in personal lives and, in turn, how personal lives are drawn into larger historical events. One of the major themes running through these life narratives is that of love and duty. The interrelationship, as well as the tensions, between duty and love is a central part of the experiences of ...


Positive effects of antitumor drugs in combination with propolis on canine osteosarcoma cells (spOS-2) and mesenchymal stem cells.

The combination of lower concentrations of antitumor drugs (carboplatin - CARB, doxorubicin - DOX, and methotrexate - MET) with propolis was investigated against canine osteosarcoma (spOS-2) and mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) in vitro. The mechanism of action in the combinations was analyzed. spOS-2 cells were incubated up to 72 h with propolis (50 μg/ml) alone or in combination with CARB (10-400 μmol/l), DOX (0.5-2 μmol/l) or MET (50-200 μmol/l). Cell viability was assessed by MTT assay, apopto...

Infinitely large, randomly wired sensors cannot predict their input unless they are close to deterministic.

Building predictive sensors is of paramount importance in science. Can we make a randomly wired sensor "good enough" at predicting its input simply by making it larger? We show that infinitely large, randomly wired sensors are nonspecific for their input, and therefore nonpredictive of future input, unless they are close to deterministic. Nearly deterministic, randomly wired sensors can capture ∼ 10% of the predictive information of their inputs for "typical" environments.


Human brain development and its in vitro recapitulation.

Humans have a large and gyrencephalic brain. The higher intellectual ability of humans is dependent on the proper development of the brain. Brain malformation is often associated with cognitive dysfunction. It is thus important to know how our brain grows during development. Several animal species have been used as models to understand the mechanisms of brain development, and have provided us with basic information in this regard. It has been revealed that mammalian brain development basically proceeds thro...

Building Models of Brain Disorders with Three-Dimensional Organoids.

Disorders of the nervous system are challenging to study and treat due to the relative inaccessibility of functional human brain tissue for research. Stem cell-derived 3D human brain organoids have the potential to recapitulate features of the human brain with greater complexity than 2D models and are increasingly being applied to model diseases affecting the central nervous system. Here, we review the use of human brain organoids to investigate neurological and psychiatric (neuropsychiatric) disorders and ...

BrainImageR: Spatiotemporal gene set analysis referencing the human brain.

Neuronal analyses such as transcriptomics, epigenetics, and genome-wide association studies must be assessed in the context of the human brain to generate biologically meaningful inferences. It is often difficult to access primary human brain tissue; therefore, approximations are made using alternative sources such as peripheral tissues or in vitro-derived neurons. Gene sets from these studies are then assessed for their association with the post-mortem human brain. However, most analyses of post-mortem dat...

Analysis of Brain Donors' Demographic and Medical Characteristics to Facilitate the Construction of a Human Brain Bank in China.

The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College (CAMS/PUMC) Human Brain Bank was established in December 2012 and had accomplished 197 brain donations by November 2017. The brain bank was based on a large-scale willed body donation program in CAMS/PUMC starting from 1999. Demographic and medical characteristic analysis of brain donors was conducted to facilitate the construction of the brain bank. The average postmortem delay of brain donors was 17.7 h and 77.7% of these donors di...

Simultaneous GLP-1 receptor activation and angiotensin receptor blockade increase natriuresis independent of altered arterial pressure in obese OLETF rats.

Obesity is associated with an inappropriately activated renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, suppressed glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), increased renal Na reabsorption, and hypertension. To assess the link between GLP-1 and angiotensin receptor type 1 (AT) signaling on obesity-associated impairment of urinary Na excretion (UV) and elevated arterial pressure, we measured mean arterial pressure (MAP) and heart rate by radiotelemetry and metabolic parameters for 40 days. We tested the hypothesis that stimula...

Free-floating adult human brain-derived slice cultures as a model to study the neuronal impact of Alzheimer's disease-associated Aβ oligomers: Alzheimer-like toxicity in cultured human brain slices.

Slice cultures have been prepared from several organs. With respect to the brain, advantages of slice cultures over dissociated cell cultures include maintenance of the cytoarchitecture and neuronal connectivity. Slice cultures from adult human brain have been reported and constitute a promising method to study neurological diseases. Despite this potential, few studies have characterized in detail cell survival and function along time in short-term, free-floating cultures.

Soft + Hardwired attention: An LSTM framework for human trajectory prediction and abnormal event detection.

As humans we possess an intuitive ability for navigation which we master through years of practice; however existing approaches to model this trait for diverse tasks including monitoring pedestrian flow and detecting abnormal events have been limited by using a variety of hand-crafted features. Recent research in the area of deep-learning has demonstrated the power of learning features directly from the data; and related research in recurrent neural networks has shown exemplary results in sequence-to-sequen...

Mary Jane Hogue (1883-1962): A pioneer in human brain tissue culture.

The ability to maintain human brain explants in tissue culture was a critical step in the use of these cells for the study of central nervous system disorders. Ross G. Harrison (1870-1959) was the first to successfully maintain frog medullary tissue in culture in 1907, but it took another 38 years before successful culture of human brain tissue was accomplished. One of the pioneers in this achievement was Mary Jane Hogue (1883-1962). Hogue was born into a Quaker family in 1883 in West Chester, Pennsylvania,...

Investigating the Neural Encoding of Emotion with Music.

Does our understanding of the human brain remain incomplete without a proper understanding of how the brain processes music? Here, the author makes a passionate plea for the use of music in the investigation of human emotion and its brain correlates, arguing that music can change activity in all brain structures associated with emotions, which has important implications on how we understand human emotions and their disorders and how we can make better use of beneficial effects of music in therapy.

Class A β-lactamases and inhibitors: In silico analysis of the binding mode and the relationship with resistance.

β-lactams are one of the most common antimicrobials used to treat bacterial infections. However, bacterial resistance has compromised their efficacy, mainly due to β-lactamase enzyme production. To overcome this resistance, β-lactamase inhibitors can be used in association with these antimicrobials. Herein, we analyzed the structural characteristics of β-lactamases and their interactions with classical inhibitors, such as clavulanic acid (CA), sulbactam (SB) and tazobactam (TZ) to gain insights into res...

A genome-wide pathway enrichment analysis identifies brain region related biological pathways associated with intelligence.

Intelligence is an important quantitative trait associated with human cognitive ability. The genetic basis of intelligence remains unclear now. Utilizing the latest chromosomal enhancer maps of brain regions, we explored brain region related biological pathways associated with intelligence. Summary data was derived from a large scale genome-wide association study (GWAS) of human, involving 78,308 unrelated individuals from 13 cohorts. The chromosomal enhancer maps of 8 brain regions were then aligned with t...

Effects of Aging on the Human Brain: A Proton and Phosphorus MR Spectroscopy Study at 3T.

To investigate accumulative aging effects on neurometabolism in human brain and to collect a reference dataset.

Glutamate and GABA concentrations following mild traumatic brain injury: A pilot study.

Animal models of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) suggest that metabolic changes in the brain occur immediately after a mechanical injury to the head. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (H-MRS) can be used to determine relative concentrations of metabolites in vivo in the human brain.

Protective effects of the astaxanthin derivative, adonixanthin, on brain hemorrhagic injury.

Astaxanthin is beneficial for human health and is used as a dietary supplement. The present study was performed in order to examine the protective effects of the astaxanthin derivative, adonixanthin, against cell death caused by hemoglobin, collagenase, lipopolysaccharide, and hydrogen peroxide, which are associated with hemorrhagic brain injury. In an in vitro study, adonixanthin exerted cytoprotective effects against each type of damage, and its effects were stronger than those of astaxanthin. The increas...

Evolutionary divergence of Brain-specific precursor miRNAs drives efficient processing and production of mature miRNAs in human.

The hallmark of human evolution encompasses the dramatic increase in brain size and complexity. The intricate interplays of micro-RNAs (miRNAs) and their target genes are indispensable in brain development. Sequence divergence in distinct structural regions of Brain-specific precursor miRNAs (pre-miRNAs) and its consequence in the production of corresponding mature miRNAs in human are unknown. To address these questions, first we classified miRNAs into three categories based on tissue expression: Brain-spec...

Effects of vasopressin on neural processing of infant crying in expectant fathers.

In a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled, within-subject magnetic resonance imaging study, we examined the effect of 20 IU intranasal vasopressin on the neural processing of infant crying in 25 fathers-to-be. We explored whether familial background modulates vasopressin effects, and whether vasopressin differentially affects cry processing coupled with neutral or emotional contextual information. Participants listened to cries accompanied by neutral ('this is an infant') or emotional ('this infan...

Hominin Brain Evolution: The Only Way Is Up?

Traditional views of human brain evolution focus on increases in brain size. However, the brain endocast of Homo naledi adds evidence that brain re-organisation played a significant role in hominin evolution.

Spatiotemporal expression of NDRG2 in the human fetal brain.

N-myc downstream-regulated gene 2 (NDRG2) has been implicated in the development of central nervous system and brain diseases such as brain tumors, ischemic stroke and neurodegenerative disorders. However, it remains unclear that the spatiotemporal distribution of NDRG2 in the human fetal brain. In this study, we examined the expression pattern of NDRG2 in different regions of human fetal brain at 16-28 gestational weeks (GWs) by using RT-PCR, western blot and immunohistochemistry. Firstly, RT-PCR revealed ...

900MHz 1H-/13C-NMR analysis of 2-hydroxyglutarate and other brain metabolites in human brain tumor tissue extracts.

To perform in vitro high-resolution 900 MHz magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) analysis of human brain tumor tissue extracts and analyze for the oncometabolite 2-hydroxyglutarate (2HG) and other brain metabolites, not only for 1H but also for 13C with indirect detection by heteronuclear single quantum correlation (HSQC).

A study of decoding human brain activities from simultaneous data of EEG and fMRI using MVPA.

Neuroscientists have investigated the functionality of the brain in detail and achieved remarkable results but this area still need further research. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is considered as the most reliable and accurate technique to decode the human brain activity, on the other hand electroencephalography (EEG) is a portable and low cost solution in brain research. The purpose of this study is to find whether EEG can be used to decode the brain activity patterns like fMRI. In fMRI, da...

Distribution of magnetic remanence carriers in the human brain.

That the human brain contains magnetite is well established; however, its spatial distribution in the brain has remained unknown. We present room temperature, remanent magnetization measurements on 822 specimens from seven dissected whole human brains in order to systematically map concentrations of magnetic remanence carriers. Median saturation remanent magnetizations from the cerebellum were approximately twice as high as those from the cerebral cortex in all seven cases (statistically significantly disti...

History of the Development of Anesthesia for the Dolphin: A Quest to Study a Brain as Large as Man's.

It is important for academic-minded human anesthesiologists to have an interdisciplinary perspective when engaging in cutting-edge research as well as the practice of human anesthesiology. This was a philosophy promoted by Dr. Robert Dripps, former pioneering Chairman of the Anesthesiology Department at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). Many human and veterinary anesthesiologists as well as biomedical engineers and neuroscientists benefited from Dr. Dripps's constructive outlook p...


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