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Sam Foster, Chief Nurse, Oxford University Hospitals, welcomes the recommendations emerging from the latest reviews and highlights the importance of investigating systemic, as well as human factors.
Helicobacter pylori is a bacterium that has infected more than half of the human population worldwide. This bacterium is closely associated with serious human diseases, such as gastric cancer, and identifying and understanding factors that predict bacterial virulence is a priority. In addition, this pathogen shows high genetic diversity and co-evolution with human hosts. H. pylori population genetics, therefore, has emerged as a tool to track human demographic history. As the number of genome sequences avai...
To compare the cellular changes of harvested arteries which were preserved in normal saline (NS) and the standard and routinely used university of Wisconsin (UW) solution.
We present a single-centre experience of procedural complications suffered by patients undergoing endovascular treatment for a ruptured saccular intracranial aneurysm at Tampere University Hospital, Finland, between 2000 and 2014.
Ferritins are ubiquitous and conserved proteins endowed with enzymatic ferroxidase activity, that oxidize Fe(II) ions at the dimetal ferroxidase centre to form a mineralized Fe(III) oxide core deposited within the apo-protein shell. Herein, the in vitro formation of a heterodimetal cofactor constituted by Fe and Mn ions has been investigated in human H ferritin (hHFt). Namely, Mn and Fe binding at the hHFt ferroxidase centre and its effects on Fe(II) oxidation have been investigated by UV-Vis ferroxidation ...
Accidental ureteral injury with gynaecologic surgery, especially hysterectomy, represents a high risk of patient morbidity. The incidence may vary from centre to centre. As the introduction of new minimally invasive surgical techniques and instruments may have affected the incidence of ureteral injury, we de novo analysed the incidence data for the last seven years.
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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...