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Systematic Analysis of Drug Vulnerabilities Conferred by Tumor Suppressor Loss.

In addition to oncogene inhibition, targeting tumor suppressor deficiency could provide potential venues for precision cancer medicine. However, the full spectrum of drug vulnerability conferred by tumor suppressor loss remains unclear. We systematically analyzed how loss of 59 common tumor suppressors each affected cellular sensitivity to 26 different types of anticancer therapeutics. The experiments were performed in a one-gene, one-drug manner, and through such a large gene-drug iteration study, we were ...


The performance and potential of the Australasian Health Star Rating system: a four-year review using the RE-AIM framework.

The Health Star Rating (HSR) is a front-of-pack nutrition labelling system, implemented voluntarily in Australia and New Zealand since 2014. Our aim was to evaluate HSR's performance.

Cancer Chemotherapy drug wastage in a tertiary care hospital in India-A three-month prospective and one-year retrospective study.

This study prospectively quantified wastage of cancer chemotherapeutic drugs in oncology unit to find the associated cost in three months. Retrospective analysis of drug usage for 12 months was also conducted to determine the expected drug loss in one year. The effect of vial sharing was evaluated under the assumption of sharing. A significant drug wastage of 19.72% (95% CI, 14.52%-24.93%) in three months and 17.14% [95% CI 14.69%-19.59%] in one year occurred in our oncology unit. Number of vials purchased ...


Examining Green Star certification uptake and its relationship with Building Information Modelling (BIM) adoption in New Zealand.

Although academia has concentrated on issues related to green building recently, Green Star, considered as the primary green rating system in New Zealand, has not caught adequate attention, leading to its slow development with a modest number of certified projects. This research aims to explore the perspectives of the key stakeholders in the New Zealand construction industry towards the use of Green Star, as well as its relationship and possible integration with Building Information Modelling (BIM). Specifi...

Variable reduction for past year alcohol and drug use in unmet need for mental health services among US adults.

No previous study has focused on the inter-relationship among alcohol and drug use variables in the past year. This study aimed to classify the past year alcohol and drug use variables and investigate the selected variables in past year alcohol and drug use with the unmet need for mental health services among US adults.

The role of the clinical pharmacist in the prevention of potential drug interactions in geriatric heart failure patients.

Background The treatment of heart failure patients is very complex and includes lifestyle modification as well as different pharmacological therapies. Polypharmacy is very common in such patients and they are at increased risk of potential drug-drug interactions and associated effects such as poor adherence, compliance and adverse events. Objective The aim of the present study is to investigate retrospectively the prescribed pharmacotherapy of the hospital discharged heart failure patients for possible drug...

Involvement of CREB-regulated transcription coactivators (CRTC) in transcriptional activation of steroidogenic acute regulatory protein (Star) by ACTH.

Studies in vivo have suggested the involvement of CREB-regulated transcription coactivator (CRTC)2 on ACTH-induced transcription of the key steroidogenic protein, Steroidogenic Acute Regulatory (StAR). The present study uses two ACTH-responsive adrenocortical cell-lines, to examine the role of CRTC on Star transcription. Here we show that ACTH-induced Star primary transcript or heteronuclear RNA (hnRNA), parallels rapid increases in nuclear levels of the 3 isoforms of CRTC; CRTC1, CRTC2 and CRTC3. Furthermo...

Prevalence of potential drug-drug interactions in Swedish pediatric outpatients.

To describe the occurrence of potential drug-drug interactions (DDIs) in prescribed drugs, dispensed to pediatric outpatients in Sweden.

Endovascular revascularization incorporating infrapopliteal coronary drug-eluting stents improves clinical outcomes in patients with critical limb ischemia and tissue loss.

Critical limb ischemia (CLI) involving infrapopliteal arterial atherosclerosis and tissue loss remains a formidable clinical scenario with significant morbidity and mortality. Despite level IA evidence, tibial revascularization with coronary drug-eluting stents (DES) remains a seldom-used technique in the United States due, in part, to lack of a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved indication and dedicated stent technology for infrapopliteal application. Furthermore, follow-up data beyond 1 year rema...

Potential drug interactions with antibacterials in long-term care facilities analyzed by two interaction checkers.

Background Residents in long-term care facilities take many medications concomitantly, including antibacterials, which increases the risk of drug-drug interactions. Objectives The aims of the study were to investigate the prevalence of severe potential interactions between antibacterials and other medications in Slovenian long-term care facilities and to compare the performance of two different drug-drug interaction checkers in these settings. Setting Residents in long-term care facilities in Slovenia. Meth...

Recent trends in cooperativeness among participants in the national survey of drug use and health 2002-2015.

An important issue in alcohol and drug use research is the degree to which study participants cooperate with survey interviewers and provide accurate information. We examine the year-by-year trends in the perceived cooperativeness of participants in a large national survey focused on alcohol and drug use in the United States between 2002 and 2015.

Performance Evaluation of MALDI-TOF MS MBT STAR-BL Versus In-House Carba NP Testing for the Rapid Detection of Carbapenemase Activity in Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae Strains.

There is an urgent need to be able to identify carbapenemase-producing Enterobacterales. In this study we aimed to compare the performance of the MALDI Biotyper Selective Testing of Antibiotic Resistance-βLactamase (MBT STAR-BL) test with the in-house Carba NP test in their ability to rapidly detect carbapenemase production in Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae strains. MBT STAR-BL and Carba NP testing were performed in parallel. One hundred sixty-nine isolates in total were tested. K. pneumoniae (...

Trabecular bone score and bone remodeling markers identify perimenopausal women at high risk of bone loss.

Bone loss is accelerated in the late perimenopause and early menopause. The date of the final menstrual period cannot be stated until 1 year after it has ended, and at that time, most of the rapid bone loss phase will have elapsed. Therefore, early detection of bone loss is crucial.

A comparison of potential psychiatric drug interactions from six drug interaction database programs.

Harmful drug-drug interactions (DDI) frequently include psychiatric drugs. Drug interaction database programs are viewed as a primary tool to alert physicians of potential DDI, but may provide different results as there is no standard to define DDI. This study compared the category of potential DDI provided by 6 commercial drug interaction database programs (3 subscription, 3 open access) for 100 drug interaction pairs. The pairs involved 94 different drugs; 67 included a psychiatric and non-psychiatric dru...

Transcription regulation of NRF1 on StAR reduces testosterone synthesis in hypoxemic murine.

Male chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and sleep apnea patients are associated with serum testosterone level decline because of hypoxemia, resulting in male sexual dysfunction and lower reproductive capacity. Although testosterone replacement therapy used in clinic achieves good results, the side effects indicates that understanding the mechanism followed with targeted treatments are more meaningful. The known mechanism of Hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1) mediated steroidogenic acute regulatory...

Positrons and 511 keV Radiation as Tracers of Recent Binary Neutron Star Mergers.

Neutron-rich material ejected from neutron star-neutron star (NS-NS) and neutron star-black-hole (NS-BH) binary mergers is heated by nuclear processes to temperatures of a few hundred keV, resulting in a population of electron-positron pairs. Some of the positrons escape from the outer layers of the ejecta. We show that the population of low-energy positrons produced by NS-NS and NS-BH mergers in the Milky Way can account for the observed 511-keV line from the Galactic center (GC). Moreover, we suggest how...

New molecular therapies for the treatment of hearing loss.

An estimated 466 million people suffer from hearing loss worldwide. Sensorineural hearing loss is characterized by degeneration of key structures of the sensory pathway in the cochlea such as the sensory hair cells, the primary auditory neurons and their synaptic connection to the hair cells - the ribbon synapse. Various strategies to protect or regenerate these sensory cells and structures are the subject of intensive research. Yet despite recent advances in our understandings of the capacity of the cochle...

Are patients with a nasally placed feeding tube at risk of potential drug-drug interactions? A multicentre cross-sectional study.

The primary aims were to determine the rate of potential drug-drug interactions (pDDIs) in patients with nasally placed feeding tubes (NPFT) and the factors significantly associated with pDDIs. The secondary aim was to assess the change in pDDIs for patients between admission and discharge.

Role of Ethnicity on Weight Loss and Attrition After Bariatric Surgery.

Ethnicity has been shown to affect weight loss outcome and attrition after bariatric surgery. We analyze data from a multiethnic urban cohort of patients (n = 570) followed up to 12 months after either gastric bypass (RYGB) or gastric banding (AGB) surgery. Percent total weight loss was greater at 1 year after RYGB (35%) compared with that of AGB (13%), regardless of ethnicity. Hispanics were more likely to undergo RYGB (77.3% vs. 61.2% of African-Americans and 50.4% of Caucasians). Ethnicity had no e...

Universal Relations for Gravitational-Wave Asteroseismology of Protoneutron Stars.

State-of-the-art numerical simulations of core-collapse supernovae reveal that the main source of gravitational waves is the excitation of protoneutron star modes during postbounce evolution. In this work we derive universal relations that relate the frequencies of the most common oscillation modes observed, i.e., g modes, p modes, and the f mode, with fundamental properties of the system, such as the surface gravity of the protoneutron star or the mean density in the region enclosed by the shock. These rel...

Translocation of Star Polyelectrolytes Through a Nanopore.

The electric field driven translocation of charged star polymers through a cylindrical nanopore has been studied using dissipative particle dynamics simulations. The critical field strength required to induce translocation is found to depend on both the number of arms and the number of beads per arm. It may therefore be possible to separate star polyelectrolytes of different arm lengths using electric field driven translocation through a nanopore. The average translocation time exhibits non-monotonic variat...

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Ultra-long-acting tunable biodegradable and removable controlled release implants for drug delivery.

Here we report an ultra-long-acting tunable, biodegradable, and removable polymer-based delivery system that offers sustained drug delivery for up to one year for HIV treatment or prophylaxis. This robust formulation offers the ability to integrate multiple drugs in a single injection, which is particularly important to address the potential for drug resistance with monotherapy. Six antiretroviral drugs were selected based on their solubility in N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone and relevance as a combination therapy ...

Efficacy of Cannabinoids in a Pre-Clinical Drug-Screening Platform for Alzheimer's Disease.

Finding a therapy for Alzheimer's disease (AD) is perhaps the greatest challenge for modern medicine. The chemical scaffolds of many drugs in the clinic today are based upon natural products from plants, yet Cannabis has not been extensively examined as a source of potential AD drug candidates. Here, we determine if a number of non-psychoactive cannabinoids are neuroprotective in a novel pre-clinical AD and neurodegeneration drug-screening platform that is based upon toxicities associated with the aging bra...

Accelerated drug discovery by rapid candidate drug identification.

The eventual candidate drug (CD) is often already synthesized during early drug discovery but not nominated until much later. To facilitate the rapid identification of a potential CD, a thoroughly worked-out CD target profile (CDTP) with criteria acceptable for the disease target product profile (TPP) is required at the start of lead generation (LG). In addition to driving the compound property optimization, the preclinical project team has to understand the ultimate goal to be able to rapidly identify and ...


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