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Correction to: Influence of frailty on anticoagulant prescription and clinical outcomes after 1‑year follow‑up in hospitalised older patients with atrial fibrillation.

In the original publication, all the collaborator names were incorrectly tagged and published online. The correct given and family names for the collaborators names should list as follows.

Correction to: Splicing mutations in human genetic disorders: examples, detection, and confirmation.

The original version on this paper contained an error. The first names and last names of Anna Abramowicz and Monika Gos are inadvertently interchanged and are incorrectly displayed in indexing sites. The correct names are presented above.

What's in a name? Branding reclaimed water.

Reclaimed water is often presented as a cost-effective, reliable, and safe solution to increasingly common water shortages in the United States and across the globe, but studies have shown that consumers tend to object to the use of this water. Broad adoption of this technology will require consumer acceptance or at least tolerance of it, and studies have suggested that better branding could minimize consumers' concerns. In this study, we first test twenty-one potential branding names for reclaimed water us...

Positive emotional reactions to loved names.

Studies concerning personal attachment have successfully used loved familiar faces to prompt positive affective and physiological reactions. Moreover, the processing of emotional words shows similar physiological patterns to those found with affective pictures. The objective of this study was to assess whether the passive viewing of loved names would produce a pattern of subjective and physiological reactivity similar to that produced by the passive viewing of loved faces. The results showed that, compared ...

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.

Correction to: Effects of Phenothiazines on Aldehyde Oxidase Activity Towards Aldehydes and N-Heterocycles: an In Vitro and In Silico Study.

Unfortunately, the original article was published with error in author names. The author names are corrected here by this correction paper. The original article has been corrected.

The politics of naming public spaces in Tehran.

A study of the politics of naming public spaces in Tehran reveals a masculinist discourse lying behind the process. The majority of streets, plazas, universities and even parks have non-feminine names, and a considerable number of streets with feminine names were renamed after the Islamic Revolution. The analytical lens of this study focuses on the ideological stratification the government displays via the intentional naming of public spaces with official responses seemingly trying to determine the appropri...

Strengthening the Interaction of the Virology Community with the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) by Linking Virus Names and Their Abbreviations to Virus Species.

The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) is tasked with classifying viruses into taxa (orders to species) and devising taxon names. Virus names and virus name abbreviations are currently not within the ICTV's official remit and are not regulated by an official entity. Many scientists, medical/veterinary professionals, and regulatory agencies do not address evolutionary questions nor are they concerned with the hierarchical organization of the viral world and therefore have limited use for I...

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...

Correction to: The Effect of MPP+ on the Viability of Primary Cortical Astrocytes Isolated from Female and Male Wistar Rats of Different Ages.

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake in author names. The given name and family name was swapped erroneously for the three authors and published incorrectly as Alarcon-Aguilar Adriana, Luna-Lopez Armando and Königsberg Mina.The author names should read as Adriana Alarcón-Aguilar, Armando Luna-López and Mina Königsberg.The original article has been corrected.

Imperial vernacular: phytonymy, philology and disciplinarity in the Indo-Pacific, 1800-1900.

This essay examines how Indo-Pacific indigenous plant names went from being viewed as instruments of botanical fieldwork, to being seen primarily as currency in anthropological studies. I trace this attitude to Alexander von Humboldt, who differentiated between indigenous phytonyms with merely local relevance to be used as philological data, and universally applicable Latin plant names. This way of using indigenous plant names underwrote a chauvinistic reading of cultural difference, and was therefore espec...

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...

Reviewers Names for 2018.

The left temporal pole is a convergence region mediating the relation between names and semantic knowledge for unique entities: Further evidence from a "recognition-from-name" study in neurological patients.

Prior research has implicated the left temporal pole (LTP) as a critical region for naming semantically unique items, including famous faces, landmarks, and musical melodies. Most studies have used a confrontation naming paradigm, where a participant is presented with a stimulus and asked to retrieve its name. We have proposed previously that the LTP functions as a two-way, bidirectional convergence region brokering between conceptual knowledge and proper names for unique entities. Under this hypothesis, da...

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

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

Revision of pyrophilous taxa of Pholiota described from North America reveals four species-P. brunnescens, P. castanea, P. highlandensis, and P. molesta.

A systematic reevaluation of North American pyrophilous or "burn-loving" species of Pholiota is presented based on molecular and morphological examination of type and historical collections. Confusion surrounds application of the names P. brunnescens, P. carbonaria, P. castanea, P. fulvozonata, P. highlandensis, P. molesta, and P. subsaponacea, with multiple names applied to a single species and multiple species described more than once. Molecular annotations using nuc rDNA ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 (internal transcri...

Erratum: Status of Retinoids and Carotenoids and Associations with Clinical Outcomes in Maternal-Infant Pairs in Nigeria. Nutrients 2018, 10, 1286.

Due to a mistake during the production process, there were spelling errors in four of the author names in the original published version [...].

What's in a name? Consumer perceptions of in vitro meat under different names.

ology could enable consumers to circumvent the ethical and environmental issues associated with meat-eating. However, consumer acceptance of IVM is uncertain, and is partly dependent on how the product is framed. This study investigated the effect of different names for IVM on measures of consumer acceptance. Participants (N = 185) were allocated to one of four conditions in an experimental design in which the product name was manipulated to be 'clean meat', 'cultured meat', 'animal free meat', or 'lab ...

Network analysis of the social and demographic influences on name choice within the UK (1838-2016).

Chosen names reflect changes in societal values, personal tastes and cultural diversity. Vogues in name usage can be easily shown on a case by case basis, by plotting the rise and fall in their popularity over time. However, individual name choices are not made in isolation and trends in naming are better understood as group-level phenomena. Here we use network analysis to examine onomastic (name) datasets in order to explore the influences on name choices within the UK over the last 170 years. Using a larg...

Correction to: Variability of Some Milk-Associated Genes and Proteins in Several Breeds of Saudi Arabian Camels.

The original version of this article contained a mistake. The last names of the authors Salah Korim and Hussein A. Amhedar were misspelled. The corrected spelling is Saleh Alkarim and Hussein A. Almehdar.

Correction to: Distal radius fluoroscopic skyline view: extension-supination versus flexion-supination.

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake and has been corrected. First and last names of the author were interchanged. The correct author name is given below.

Author Correction: Relieving ER stress to target NASH-driven hepatocellular carcinoma.

In the original version of this manuscript, the incorrect names for two proteins were given. S1P and S2P should have been defined as site-1 protease and site-2 protease. This has been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the manuscript.

Correction to: The first authenticated record of the pangolin tick Amblyomma javanense (Acari: Ixodidae) in Singapore, with notes on its biology and conservation.

Due to an unfortunate turn of events, the surname of the third author appeared incorrectly in the original publication as it should have read Douay. The original article has been corrected, and the proper representation of the authors' names and their affiliation is also listed here.

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