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Why are so many effectively published names of prokaryotic taxa never validated?

Nearly half of the new names of prokaryotic taxa between the ranks of subspecies and class that were effectively published in journals other than the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (IJSEM) in the period 2014-2017 were never submitted for validation. A survey of such effectively published names that include information on the etymology of the name, a description of the taxon, and for species and subspecies generally at least one culture collection deposit, shows that for mo...


Correction to: Near infrared laser irradiation induces NETosis via oxidative stress and autophagy.

The published online version contains mistake on the author names. The first names and family names were interchanged. Corrected names are shown in the author group section above.

Use of Proprietary Names by Prescribers for Generic Products.

Proprietary names are often used when prescribing drug products in the United States. The purpose of this study is to describe prescribers' use of proprietary names for generic products, branded-generic names, on prescription orders and to identify prescribing practice trends to inform the development and evaluation of new proprietary names.


Correction to: Assessment of ocular toxoplasmosis patients reported at a tertiary center in the northeast of Iran.

Unfortunately, in the original publication of the article, given name and family name of the first and fourth author names were mentioned incorrectly. The exact given name and family name of those author names have been provided in the erratum.

Design of Brand Names of Medicines Considering Subjects' Preferences.

Only recently, regulations on the names of medicines were developed. Regulations are mainly focused on avoiding the approval of medicine names that may be confusing to others. Furthermore, legal requirements do not include testing for human factors, such as potential users' preferences.

Clostridium difficile and Clostridioides difficile: two validly published and correct names.

The current status of the names Clostridium difficile and Clostridioides difficile is explained in view of the current confusion about the correct name of this well-known pathogen. Both names have been validly published under the provisions of the Prokaryotic Code and both names can be used.

Changes to taxonomy and the International Code of Virus Classification and Nomenclature ratified by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (2018).

This article lists the changes to virus taxonomy approved and ratified by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses in February 2018. A total of 451 species, 69 genera, 11 subfamilies, 9 families and one new order were added to the taxonomy. The current totals at each taxonomic level now stand at 9 orders, 131 families, 46 subfamilies, 803 genera and 4853 species. A change was made to the International Code of Virus Classification and Nomenclature to allow the use of the names of people in taxon n...

Use of Proprietary Names by Prescribers When Prescribing Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drug Products.

To identify if proprietary names are used by health care practitioners when prescribing over-the-counter (OTC) drug products. These findings can inform evaluation of proposed proprietary names for both prescription and OTC drug products.

List of new names and new combinations previously effectively, but not validly, published.

Early and multiple-loci divergency of proper and common names: An event-related potential investigation.

We investigated how the brain represents and processes proper and common names by measuring event-related brain potentials (ERPs) while participants performed a lexical decision task. We capitalized on the fact that in Italian proper names require an upper-case initial letter. Stimuli were either in their typical (proper names with upper-case letter and common names with lower-case letter, Teresa, matita 'pencil') or atypical/less frequent written format (proper names with lower-case letter and upper-case w...

Notification that new names of prokaryotes, new combinations, and new taxonomic opinions have appeared in volume 68, part 8, of the IJSEM.

The rise of medicalization of plants in Brazil: A temporal perspective on vernacular names.

Brazilian plant species used in folk medicine have acquired several popular names related to commercial medicines in recent decades. This fact has directly effect to the medicalization process.

Common Reversal Agents/Antidotes in Small Animal Poisoning.

This article provides a quick source of information for practicing veterinarians for using various antidotes in small animal poisoning cases. For easy access, this information is included in the form of a table. The first column includes common names and/or brand names of different antidotes. In the second column, names of different toxicants or indications for which these antidotes can be used are described. The third column is the comment section that briefly describes salient points or cautions for using...

Correction to: Highlights from 2017: impactful topics published in the Annals of Nuclear Medicine.

The author names in the original version of this article were inversed. Correct author names were reflected here.

Ethnicity estimation using family naming practices.

This paper examines the association between given and family names and self-ascribed ethnicity as classified by the 2011 Census of Population for England and Wales. Using Census data in an innovative way under the new Office for National Statistics (ONS) Secure Research Service (SRS; previously the ONS Virtual Microdata Laboratory, VML), we investigate how bearers of a full range of given and family names assigned themselves to 2011 Census categories, using a names classification tool previously described i...

Enabling clinicians to easily find location-based travel health recommendations-is innovation needed?

The types of place names and the level of geographic detail that patients report to clinicians regarding their intended travel itineraries vary. The reported place names may not match those in published travel health recommendations, making traveler-specific recommendations potentially difficult and time-consuming to identify. Most published recommendations are at the country level; however, subnational recommendations exist when documented disease risk varies within a country, as for malaria and yellow fev...

Urban street names: An opportunity to examine biocultural relationships?

With increasing urbanisation there is concern regarding loss of experience and knowledge of biodiversity amongst urban populations. Yet biodiversity representations are retained in many art and functional forms, including names of places, buildings, institutions and streets. These manifestations offer a window to examine the relationship between humans and their experienced or imagined environment using a biocultural lens. I quantified the current prevalence of urban streets named after animals or plant spe...

Intersection between genes controlling vascularization and angiogenesis in renal cell carcinomas.

To show that application of the systemic analysis may significantly improve comparison of different datasets. Different genes and proteins may converge on the same functional outputs. A comparison of 2 datasets by only identification names of affected molecules may miss that, leading to a conclusion that there is nothing in common for these datasets. Systemic analysis may overcome this limitation, by focusing on functions represented by the identification names.

Recent Developments in Clinical Terminologies - SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm.

 To discuss recent developments in clinical terminologies. SNOMED CT (Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms) is the world's largest clinical terminology, developed by an international consortium. LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers, Names, and Codes) is an international terminology widely used for clinical and laboratory observations. RxNorm is the standard drug terminology in the U.S.

Absolute pitch is not necessary for pitch class-color synesthesia.

Sounds evoke color sensations in sound-color synesthesia. Recently, we showed that pitch classes (do, re, mi, etc.) have rainbow hues and that colors are linked to the names of pitch classes rather than to their sounds in 15 subjects who had "pitch class-color synesthesia." However, all synesthetes in our previous study had high levels of absolute pitch (AP); therefore the effects of AP on the condition remained unclear. The present study investigated 18 additional pitch class-color synesthetes who had no o...

INN or brand name drug prescriptions: a multilevel, cross-sectional study in general practice.

The prescription in International Nonproprietary Names (INN) is a legal obligation for all physicians in France since January 2015. The objective of this study was to analyze the frequency and main factors of INN drug prescribing in general practice.

Correction to: Translation and cross-cultural adaptation of eight pediatric PROMIS® item banks into Spanish and German.

In the original publication of the article, two of the author names "L. A. Schröder, F. Metzner" and email address of the authors "J. Devine, J. Moon, A. C. Haller" were missed out. The correct author group with affiliations are provided in this correction.

Incremental learning in word production: Tracing the fate of non-selected alternative picture names.

Picture naming studies have shown that alternative picture names become phonologically coactivated even when they are eventually not produced (e.g., dog when poodle is produced and vice versa). The authors investigated whether this pattern is shaped by recent experience. Specifically, they tested whether the phonological coactivation of an alternative name is attenuated, when speakers consistently only use one particular name in a large number of naming episodes. In 3 picture-word interference experiments, ...

Publisher Correction: Genome-wide association study of delay discounting in 23,217 adult research participants of European ancestry.

In the version of this article initially published, the consortium authorship was not presented correctly. The 23andMe Research Team was listed as the last author, rather than the fourth, and a line directing readers to the Supplementary Note for a list of members did appear but was not directly associated with the consortium name. Also, the Supplementary Note description stated that both member names and affiliations were included; in fact, only names are given. Finally, the URL for S-PrediXcan was given i...

miRBase: from microRNA sequences to function.

miRBase catalogs, names and distributes microRNA gene sequences. The latest release of miRBase (v22) contains microRNA sequences from 271 organisms: 38 589 hairpin precursors and 48 860 mature microRNAs. We describe improvements to the database and website to provide more information about the quality of microRNA gene annotations, and the cellular functions of their products. We have collected 1493 small RNA deep sequencing datasets and mapped a total of 5.5 billion reads to microRNA sequences. The read m...


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