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Application of Algebraic Topology to Homologous Recombination of DNA.

Brouwer's fixed point theorem, a fundamental theorem in algebraic topology proved more than a hundred years ago, states that given any continuous map from a closed, simply connected set into itself, there is a point that is mapped unto itself. Here we point out the connection between a one-dimensional application of Brouwer's fixed point theorem and a mechanism proposed to explain how extension of single-stranded DNA substrates by recombinases of the RecA superfamily facilitates significantly the search fo...


Anti-obesity effect of garlic oil on obese rats via Shenque point administration.

Shenque is an acupoint located in the umbilicus and connected with the meridians. Thus, acupoint herbs applied at Shenque plays a pivotal role in the Chinese traditional medicine due to its sensitivity, permeability, and absorption. Many studies reported the use of Shenque point as a successful therapeutic approach. However, the effect of garlic oil (GO) applied at Shenque point to combat obesity is unmet. Consequently, we investigated the potential benefit of GO applied at Shenque point against obesity.

Nanoscale Phase Measurement for the Shale Challenge: Multi-component Fluids in Multi-scale Volumes.

Hydrocarbon recovery from shale reservoirs provides an increasing share of world energy. These resources are multi-component fluid mixtures within multi-scale geometries, and understanding their associated phase-change thermodynamics presents an array of challenges for experimentalists, theorists, operators and policy makers. Here, we quantify hydrocarbon mixture phase behavior via direct imaging of connected channels spanning four orders of magnitude (10 nm - 10 μm) with supporting density functional theo...


Access to drinking water: time matters.

Despite the reported achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) with respect to drinking water, lack of access to water remains widespread worldwide. The indicator used there to measure access to water in the MDGs refers to the use of an improved water source. However, the amount of time spent in collecting water is high in countries where access to drinking water supplies located on premises is not common. 26.3% of the world's population did not have such access in 2015. Thus the need to travel...

Free-space-based multiple-access frequency dissemination with optical frequency comb.

We demonstrate a free-space-based multiple-access frequency dissemination with an optical frequency comb by using a passive phase conjunction correction technique. Timing fluctuations and Allan Deviations are both measured to characterize the excess frequency instability incurred during the frequency transfer process. By reproducing a 2 GHz radio-frequency signal at a middle point over a 60-m long free-space link in 5000 s, the total root-mean-square (RMS) timing fluctuation was measured to be about 224 fs ...

"Single Arm-Double Access" for CTO Intervention.

To our knowledge, this is the first reported case of a dual-access approach for CTO intervention using transradial and ipsilateral transulnar access. Although retrograde CTO intervention is a challenging procedure, a single arm-double access approach seems to be a feasible alternative that may be useful in patients with limited access-site availability.

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY: THE IMPACT OF THE NUMBER OF USERS ON ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS.

As a result of the drastic increase in the number of mobile device users, there is considerable public debate about possible health hazards especially due to base stations and Wi-Fi access points. For this reason, in this study the effects of the number of users in a base station and wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) access point on electric field strength (E) levels were investigated using real-time measurements. Two-stage E measurements were performed on Ondokuz Mayıs University's (OMU) Kurupelit Campus with a P...

Extracting Geometric Structures in Images with Delaunay Point Processes.

We introduce Delaunay Point Processes, a framework for the extraction of geometric structures from images. Our approach simultaneously locates and groups geometric primitives (line segments, triangles) to form extended structures (line networks, polygons) for a variety of image analysis tasks. Similarly to traditional point processes, our approach uses Markov Chain Monte Carlo to minimize an energy that balances fidelity to the input image data with geometric priors on the output structures. However, while ...

The Aalborg Bolt-Connected Drain (ABCD) study: a prospective comparison of tunnelled and bolt-connected external ventricular drains.

Acutely increased intracranial pressure (ICP) is frequently managed by external ventricular drainage (EVD). This procedure is life-saving but marred by a high incidence of complications. It has recently been indicated that bolt-connected external ventricular drainage (BC-EVD) compared to the standard technique of tunnelled EVD (T-EVD) may result in less complications.

Voxel segmentation-based 3D building detection algorithm for airborne LIDAR data.

Among traditional Light Detection And Ranging (LIDAR) data representations such as raster grid, triangulated irregular network, point clouds and octree, the explicit 3D nature of voxel-based representation makes it a promising alternative. Despite the benefit of voxel-based representation, voxel-based algorithms have rarely been used for building detection. In this paper, a voxel segmentation-based 3D building detection algorithm is developed for separating building and nonbuilding voxels. The proposed algo...

A new three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging system based on the illumination pattern of a point-light-source array.

One of the most important goals of research on three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging systems is the improvement of the illumination system. In this paper, a new three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging system based on the illumination pattern of a point-light-source array is proposed. This array is obtained using a fiber array connected to a laser array with each unit laser having independent control circuits. This system uses a point-to-point imaging process, which is realized using the exact corr...

The use of testicular prostheses in boys.

Lack of the testis is an important factor in psycho-sexual development of the boys, and implantation of the prosthesis plays a very essential role in the treatment of that group of patients. Currently there are no standards regarding when prosthesis should be implanted, and which access is connected with minimal rates of complications. We present our experience of primary prosthesis implantations in boys treated in our department.From 2000 to 2014, primary implantation of the testicular prosthesis was perfo...

Access Delayed is Access Denied: Relationship between Access to Trauma Center Care and Pre-Hospital Death.

Timely access to trauma center(TC) care is critical to achieve "Zero Preventable Deaths After Injury." However, the impact of timely access to TC care on pre-hospital deaths in each US state remains unknown. We sought to determine the state-level relationship between the proportion of pre-hospital deaths, age-adjusted mortality and timely access to trauma center care.

Childhood Trauma and the Inability to Access Hospital Care Among People who Inject Drugs.

Childhood traumatic experiences can disrupt attachment, influence personality development, and precipitate chronic disease. Although the repercussions of these experiences may also pose a barrier to healthcare, few studies have examined the association between childhood trauma and access to healthcare. Therefore, we sought to investigate whether a history of childhood trauma is associated with self-reported inability to access hospital care among persons who inject drugs (PWID). Data were derived from two p...

Virtual Paths and Autism: access to health services from the perspective of Social Network Analysis.

The prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the world population and in Brazil is increasing. The Internet has become an important source of information regarding access to health services, including mental health. It remains to be seen if the virtual paths in search of information are related to the outcomes of the line of care for mental disorders advocated by the SUS, such as Autism. Therefore, this article sets out to analyze the virtual network of access to information about care for Autism in the mu...

Terahertz communication windows and their point-to-point transmission verification.

Terahertz communication is recognized as a transformational technology that can meet the future demands of point-to-point communication. The study of terahertz atmospheric transmission characteristics is important for guiding the terahertz communication window selection process. In this report, based on the modified ITU-R P.676-10 model, we determined that the terahertz communication windows above 100 GHz were located at the bands at approximately 140, 220, 340, 410, and 460 GHz, which is verified by rece...

The Connected Community Pharmacy: Benefits for Healthcare and Implications for Health Policy.

The need for interoperability of healthcare Information Technology (IT) systems in order to provide safe, efficient, and coordinated healthcare is universally recognized. Various health economies, such as the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia, are seeking to develop regional, state-wide, or national systems of healthcare interoperability. In England, the community pharmacy network is a significant health provider, with important implications for provision of healthcare in deprived areas becau...

A user application-based access point selection algorithm for dense WLANs.

The current commercial access point (AP) selection schemes are mostly based on received signal strength, but perform poorly in many situations. To address this problem, a number of alternative schemes collect and analyze the actual load of every candidate AP. However, these schemes may incur significant latency and signaling overhead in dense wireless local area networks (WLANs). To mitigate such overhead, we propose a user application-based AP selection scheme that considers historical information about AP...

Excessive outlier removal may result in cut points that are not suitable for immunogenicity assessments.

Cut point determination is an important aspect of immunogenicity assay development. The cut point can be influenced by a myriad of factors. Key among those is the analytical variability of the assay itself and biological variation due to test samples. Since a smaller cut point value may result in improved sensitivity, the existing procedures often employ statistical techniques such as outlier removal to produce a conservative cut point. Although such practices are intended to yield acceptable assay sensitiv...

Palliative Sedation via Intraosseous Vascular Access: A Safe and Feasible Way to Obtain a Vascular Access End of Life.

Intraosseous (IO) access is normally reserved for emergencies and critical care conditions when venous cannulation is not possible. Nonetheless, we present a case of IO insertion to a 56-year-old man, tetraplegic for many years due to progressive spinal muscular atrophy and with refractory suffering. The IO access was used for palliative sedation with propofol in a home care setting. The patient died after 11 days of palliative care, of which the last 4 days were with palliative sedation using an IO cannula...

Searching the Roots of Erb's Auscultation Point.

"Erb's point" is the fifth point of auscultation for the heart exam, located in the third intercostal space close to the sternum. It has sometimes been attributed to famous German neurologist Wilhelm Heinrich Erb (1840 - 1921), but without historical evidence. Erb's focus on neurology suggested that the auscultation point may have been confused with other points in the neck named after Erb. As Erb was a specialist for neurological manifestations of syphilis, we speculated that the heart murmur of aortic...

Field evaluation of near point of care Cepheid GeneXpert HIV-1 Qual for early infant diagnosis.

Access to point-of-care HIV testing shortens turn-around times, time to diagnosis and reduces loss to follow-up hence minimizing barriers to early linkage to care and treatment among HIV infected infants. Currently samples for early infant HIV diagnosis are sent to centralized testing facilities which are few and located only at specific regions in Kenya. However, there are Point of Care (POC) early infant diagnosis [EID] technologies elsewhere such as SAMBA and ALERE-Q that are yet to be evaluated in Kenya...

A Pilot Study of "Peer Navigators" to Promote Uptake of HIV Testing, Care and Treatment Among Street-Connected Children and Youth in Eldoret, Kenya.

Research suggests a burden of HIV among street-connected youth (SCY) in Kenya. We piloted the use of peer navigators (PNs), individuals of mixed HIV serostatus and with direct experience of being street-connected, to link SCY to HIV testing and care. From January 2015 to October 2017, PNs engaged 781 SCY (585 male, 196 female), median age 16 (IQR 13-20). At initial encounter, 52 (6.6%) were known HIV-positive and 647 (88.8%) agreed to HIV testing. Overall, 63/781 (8.1%) SCY engaged in this program were HIV-...

Prediction of vascular access stenosis: Blood temperature monitoring with the Twister versus static intra-access pressure ratio.

The Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative (KDOQI) guidelines recommend intra-access flow (Qa) measurement as the preferred vascular access surveillance method over static intra-access pressure ratio (SIAPR). Recently, it has become possible to perform Qa measurement during hemodialysis using thermodilution method called blood temperature monitoring (BTM) with the Twister device. The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation between Qa by BTM and SIAPR and to compare the performance of two te...

Percutaneous neonatal carotid access for interventional catheterization.

Neonatal percutaneous carotid access is a safe technique that compares favorably to neonatal surgical carotid access. Mid-term ultrasound and angiographic follow after percutaneous carotid access shows 100% vessel patency rate with no severe stenoses or aneurysms detected. Mild stenosis (


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