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Effects of health star labelling on the healthiness of adults' fast food meal selections: An experimental study.

The addition of Health Star Rating (HSR) labelling to menus at fast food outlets is feasible, however how this would impact consumer menu selection remains unclear. The aim of this study was to test whether the addition of HSR labelling to kilojoule (kJ) labelling on menus at fast food outlets would prompt consumers to select healthier meals. Using a between-subjects experimental design, 1007 adults aged 18-49 were allocated to one of four menu labelling conditions: (i) no labelling; (ii) kilojoule labellin...


Innovations: The Journey Continues Under New Leadership.

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...


Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception.

The perception gained by retina implants (RI) is limited, which asks for a learning regime to improve patients' visual perception. Here we simulated RI vision and investigated if object recognition in RI patients can be improved and maintained through training. Importantly, we asked if the trained object recognition can be generalized to a new task context, and to new viewpoints of the trained objects. For this purpose, we adopted two training tasks, a labelling task where participants had to choose the cor...

SYBR Gold dye enables preferential labelling of mitochondrial nucleoids and their time-lapse imaging by structured illumination microscopy.

Mitochondrial DNA molecules coated with proteins form compact particles called mitochondrial nucleoids. They are redistributed within mitochondrial network undergoing morphological changes. The straightforward technique to characterize nucleoids' motions is fluorescence microscopy. Mitochondrial nucleoids are commonly labelled with fluorescent protein tags, which is not always feasible and was reported to cause artifacts. Organic DNA-binding dyes are free of these drawbacks, but they lack specificity to mit...

Development of a Group Judgment Process for Forecasts of Health Care Innovations.

Health care costs have increased substantially over the past few decades, in part owing to the development and diffusion of new medical treatments. Forecasting potential future technologic innovations can allow for more informed planning.

An efficient method for FITC-labelling of proteins using tandem affinity purification.

Fluorescence-based assays are extremely diverse, sensitive and robust experimental methods for investigating the conformational changes, enzyme kinetics, dynamics and molecular interactions. A prerequisite for most of these experimental approaches is to label the protein of interest with one or more extrinsic fluorophores with desired photophysical properties. Fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC), due to its high quantum efficiency and conjugate stability is most widely used fluorescence labelling reagent for ...

Implementation of a pharmacist-led penicillin allergy de-labelling service in a public hospital.

Inaccurate allergy labelling results in inappropriate antimicrobial management of the patient, which may affect clinical outcome, increase the risk of adverse events and increase costs. Inappropriate use of alternative antibiotics has implications for antimicrobial stewardship programmes and microbial resistance.

Correction to: Intravenous Ketamine for Adolescents with Treatment-Resistant Depression: An Open-Label Study, by Cullen KR, Amatya P, Roback MG, Albott CS, Westlund Schreiner M, Ren Y, Eberly LE, Carstedt P, Samikoglu A, Gunlicks-Stoessel M, Reigstad K, Horek N, Tye S, Lim KO, Klimes-Dougan B. J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol 2018;28(7):437-444. DOI: 10.1089/cap.2018.0030.

New coumarin- and phenoxazine-based fluorescent probes for live-cell STED nanoscopy.

The potential of live-cell stimulated emission depletion (STED) nanoscopy has not yet been fully exploited. Currently, the main limitation is the small number of fluorophores and probes that can sustain high light intensity/high dose employed in STED. Namely, fluorophores suitable for STED nanoscopy must be bright and highly photostable and exhibit a large Stokes shift. To expand the list of available probes, we synthesized and evaluated several new membrane probes for live-cell STED nanoscopy. Of the teste...

New Paradigm of Live Surgical Education: Synchronized Deferred Live Surgery.

Engaging stakeholders in the co-development of programs or interventions using Intervention Mapping: A scoping review.

Health care innovations tailored to stakeholder context are more readily adopted. This study aimed to describe how Intervention Mapping (IM) was used to design health care innovations and how stakeholders were involved.

The HSV-1 live attenuated VC2 vaccine provides protection against HSV-2 genital infection in the guinea pig model of genital herpes.

Although development of an HSV vaccine is a priority there is currently no vaccine available. The recent failure of subunit vaccines suggest that presentation of more antigens via a live attenuated vaccine may be required for protection. We therefore evaluated VC2, a live attenuated HSV vaccine, engineered to be unable to enter into neuronal axons.

A quasi-experimental study of a mandatory calorie-labelling policy in restaurants: Impact on use of nutrition information among youth and young adults in Canada.

In 2017, Ontario became the first Canadian province to require calorie amounts on menus/menu boards of chain restaurants. The province of British Columbia (BC) implemented a voluntary nutrition information initiative in which calorie and sodium information were available upon request. A quasi-experimental design was used to examine the use of nutrition information in Ontario (mandatory calorie labelling), compared to BC (voluntary policy) and three other provinces with no formal menu labelling policy ('cont...

Is differences in embryo morphokinetic development significantly associated with human embryo sex?

To date, very few studies have reported on the relationship between live birth gender and embryo development kinetics. This study included 1,735 women undergoing IVF or ICSI by using a time-lapse system. Finally, a total of 228 qualified patients with 100% implantation and known live birth information were included in the analysis. There were 174 male live births and 134 female live births. The time to 3 (t3), 4 (t4) and 5 (t5) cell development of male embryos was significantly shorter/earlier than female e...

A green BODIPY-based, super-fluorogenic, protein-specific labelling agent.

We report the development of YC23, a novel green BODIPY-based dimaleimide derivative that undergoes a Fluorogenic Addition Reaction (FlARe) with a genetically encodable peptide tag (dC10α) that can be fused to a protein of interest (POI). We also demonstrate the application of this reaction for the fluorogenic labelling of a specific POI in bacterial lysate and in living mammalian cells.

Designing and testing an educational innovation.

Technology provides an opportunity to develop innovations to improve the way we teach. Developing educational innovations must be approached in a methodical and thorough manner to identify the educational gap and validate the innovation's success in filling the gap. A successful educational innovation requires a stepwise approach that includes needs assessment, design of intervention, testing and analysis, evaluation of intervention, and determination of learning retention.

Technological and Ideological Innovations in Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery.

Endoscopic skull base surgery has evolved over the last several decades due to technological advances and operative techniques. Several innovations that are not yet mainstream may have significant impact on the future of endoscopic skull base surgery.

Development of Acrylamide-Based Rapid and Multicolour Fluorogenic Probes for High Signal-to-Noise Living Cell Imaging.

Protein covalent labelling is dramatically useful for studying protein function in living cells and organisms. In this field, chemical tag technique combines with fluorogenic probes have emerged as a powerful tool. Herein a series of TMP-tag fluorogenic probes have been developed for spanning green to full blue spectral range. These probes feature an acrylamide unite which acts as a linker group to conjugate the fluorophore and the ligand, as well as a quencher and a covalent reaction group. After the probe...


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