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To investigate the hepatoprotective and antioxidant effeicacies of Silybum marianum's (silymarin, S) on University of Wisconsin (UW) and histidinetryptophan-ketoglutarate (HTK) preservation solutions.
Book Reviews Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Asthma and COPD Edited by Clive P Page , Peter J Barnes Springer 2017 Price £278.50. Pp 285 ISBN 978 3 319 52173 2 Oxford Handbook of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology ( 2nd edn ) Estee Torok , Ed Moran , Fiona Cooke Oxford University Press 2016 Price £34.99. Pp 879 ISBN 978 0 19 9671328 Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient ( 2nd edn ) Chris Dodds
Book Reviews Ultrasound Edited by Leslie M Scoutt , Ulrike M Hamper , Teresita L Angtuaco Oxford University Press 2017 Price £112.50 . Pp 696 ISBN 978 0 19 998810 5 Geriatric Rehabilitation: From Bedside to Curbside K Rao Poduri CRC Press 2017 Price £140 . Pp 678 ISBN 978 1 48221 122 1 Challenging Concepts in Respiratory Medicine Edited by Lucy Schomberg , Elizabeth Sage , Nicholas Hart Oxford U
Merging iPSC models and human genetic research has opened up new avenues in understanding disease mechanisms and target biology, which facilitate exciting translation of this research to many areas of drug development. We highlight recent applications of these combined disciplines and discuss remaining challenges and potential solutions.
The University Dental Clinic of the City of Helsinki (UDC) developed a Community Health Centre-Based Outreach Clinic, with emphasis on paediatric dentistry. This study aimed to summarise the experiences and explore the student perspectives of the health centre-based outreach teaching clinic.
Today's short-read sequencing instruments can generate read lengths between 50 bp and 700 bp depending on the specific instrument. These high-throughput sequencing approaches have revolutionized genomic science, allowing hundreds of thousands of full genomes to be sequenced, and have become indispensable tools for many researchers. With greater insight has come the revelation that many genomes are much more complicated than originally thought and include many rearrangements and copy-number variations. Unfor...
After obtaining his diploma in human biology at the Philipps-University Marburg, Germany, Robert Ernst joined the laboratory of Lutz Schmitt and obtained his PhD (summa cum laude) at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf in 2007. For his postdoctoral work, Robert worked with Hidde Ploegh at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, USA, supported by an EMBO long-term fellowship. Afterwards, he returned to Germany, to the laboratory of Kai Simons at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology a...
Brain imaging genetics, which studies the linkage between genetic variations and structural or functional measures of the human brain, has become increasingly important in recent years. Discovering the bi-multivariate relationship between genetic markers such as single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and neuroimaging quantitative traits (QTs) is one major task in imaging genetics. Sparse Canonical Correlation Analysis (SCCA) has been a popular technique in this area for its powerful capability in identifyin...
Erectile dysfunction (ED) has been associated with the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and chronic diseases. Sexual dysfunction data of male patients infected with HIV are still scarce in Malaysia, and ED appears to be under-reported. Therefore, this study aims to determine the prevalence and predictors of ED among male HIV patients at the University Malaya Medical Centre.
Ana Garcia-Saez graduated with a master's degree in biochemistry from the University of Valencia, Spain, before completing a PhD in the laboratory of Jesus Salgado in 2005. Afterwards Ana joined the research group of Petra Schwille at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany. In 2010, she started her own group at BioQuant, the Center for Quantitative Analysis of Molecular and Cellular Biosystems, at Heidelberg University with funding from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and the German ...
. To examine if patients with PM/DM are at higher risk of complicated pregnancies.
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Recent human-genetics studies have come to different conclusions regarding how and when modern humans spread out of Africa and into the rest of the world. I present here a simple parsimony-based analysis that suggests that East Asians and Melanesians are sister groups, and I discuss what implications this has for recent claims made about the demographic histories of non-African populations.
To review the current indications and outcome of pulmonary resections for tuberculosis (TB) at the Cardiothoracic Surgery unit of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Greek mythology and philosophical speculations were the first human productions on madness and psychiatry. Likewise, the origins of genetics sink their roots in a very remote and difficult time. This work tries to give an idea of the relationship between genetics and psychiatry through the myth and reality.
The problem of removing illuminant variations to preserve the colours of objects (colour constancy) has already been solved by the human brain using mechanisms that rely largely on centre-surround computations of local contrast. In this paper we adopt some of these biological solutions described by long known physiological findings into a simple, fully automatic, functional model (termed Adaptive Surround Modulation or ASM). In ASM, the size of a visual neuron's receptive field (RF) as well as the relations...