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'Influence of genetic variants of IDH1, IDH2, TET2 and DNMT3A on cytarabine cytotoxicity in different populations' by Y. Wang & J. K. LambaThe above article from the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, published online on 21 November 2017 in Wiley Online Library (, has been retracted following discussions with the authors, the Journal Editors and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. The Retraction has been agreed as this paper was submitted under the joint names of Yan Wang, Jatinder K. ...

Depression and its correlations with health-risk behaviors and social capital among female migrants working in entertainment venues in China.

Among the dramatic increased internal migration in China in past three decades, a considerable proportion of young females migrated to urban areas and found employment in "entertainment venues", who may be vulnerable to psychological distress. This study examines the prevalence of depression and explores its associations with health-risk behaviors and social capital among this subgroup.

Exploration of Acute Phase Proteins and Inflammatory Cytokines in Early Stage Diagnosis of Acute Mountain Sickness.

Wang, Chi, Hui Jiang, Jinyan Duan, Jingwen Chen, Qi Wang, Xiaoting Liu, and Chengbin Wang. Exploration of acute phase proteins and inflammatory cytokines in early stage diagnosis of acute mountain sickness. High Alt Med Biol. 00: 000-000, 2018.

Sexual behaviors, HIV knowledge, HIV testing attitudes and recent HIV testing among female entertainment workers in Cambodia: A cross-sectional study.

In Cambodian context, female entertainment workers (FEWs) are young women working at establishments such as karaoke bars, restaurants, beer gardens or massage parlors. FEWs may sell sex to male patrons and are considered a high-risk group for HIV. This study aimed to identify factors associated with recent HIV testing among FEWs in Cambodia to inform future prevention activities.

Emergency Contraceptive Pills (ECP) Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Among Women Working in the Entertainment Industry and Men in the Trucking Industry, Bhutan.

Emergency contraceptive pills (ECP) were recently made available over the counter in Bhutan. We evaluated knowledge, attitudes, and practices concerning ECP in 2 populations at risk for HIV and STI (sexually transmitted infections): entertainment women (drayang) and male truck drivers and helpers (truckers). Of 179 drayang and 437 truckers intercepted at venues, 73.7 and 21.1%, respectively, had heard of ECP; 47.0% of drayang had used them. Their concerns about ECP use included harm to the body, impact on f...

"Tailoring axial intensity of laser beams with a heart-shaped hole," by Wang et  al.: comment.

Some comments about the recently published Optics Letters paper "Tailoring axial intensity of laser beams with a heart-shaped hole," by Wang et al., Opt. Lett.42, 4921 (2017)OPLEDP0146-959210.1364/OL.42.004921, are provided.

Wang's Forceps-Assisted Percutaneous Insertion and Fixation of Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter.

Percutaneous insertion of peritoneal dialysis catheters is theoretically most preferred by nephrologists because of the advantages of bedside performing, surgery independence, and minimal injury over other procedures of catheter placement such as open surgical dissection or laparoscopic operation. However, blindly placing catheters in the percutaneous procedure brings the risk of catheter malposition or bowel perforation; this largely retarded it's implementation. We had previously developed a novel techniq...

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RAVL1, an upstream component of brassinosteroid signaling and biosynthesis, regulates ethylene signaling via activation of EIL1 in rice.

Brassinosteroids (BRs) are steroid hormones that regulate several aspects of plant growth and development. Their signal is activated by the binding of BRs to the receptor BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 1 (BRI1), which activates the transcription factors BRASSINAZOLE-RESISTANT 1 (BZR1) and BRI1-EMS-SUPPRESSOR 1 (BES1) that regulate target gene expression (Kim and Wang, 2010). More recently, the crosstalk between BRs and other hormone signaling factors has been extensively investigated, and it has been suggested...

Choanotrema nom. nov. (Trematoda: Opecoelidae), a new replacement name for Choanostoma Yamaguti, 1934, a junior homonym of Choanostoma Wang, 1930 (Ciliophora: Haptorida: Didiniidae).

Choanostoma Yamaguti, 1934 was established for Choanostoma plectorhynchi Yamaguti, 1934 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae). The generic name Choanostoma, however, is a junior homonym of Choanostoma Wang, 1930 (Ciliophora: Haptorida: Didiniidae), and we propose a new replacement name, Choanotrema nom. nov.

Microtubule associated tumor suppressor 1 interacts with mitofusins to regulate mitochondrial morphology in endothelial cells.

Mitochondria are dynamic organelles that are able to change their morphology and cellular distribution by either fission or fusion. However, the molecular mechanisms controlling mitochondrial dynamics in vascular endothelial cells (ECs) remain largely unknown. In this study, we observed that knock down of microtubule-associated tumor suppressor 1 (MTUS1) in ECs inhibited tube formation and migration, accompanied with decreased promigratory signalings. We showed that MTUS1 was localized in the outer membrane...

Retracted: Addition of a single methyl group to a small molecule sodium channel inhibitor introduces a new mode of gating modulation, by L Wang, SG Zellmer, DM Printzenhoff and NA Castle. British Journal of Pharmacology, volume 172(20): 4905-4918, published in October 2015; DOI 10.1111/bph.13259.

The above article, published by the British Journal of Pharmacology in October 2015 (, has been retracted by agreement between the authors, the journal Editor in Chief and John Wiley & Sons Limited. The retraction has been agreed owing to the discovery of errors in the chemical structure of the synthetic compounds generated. The corrected structure is now available in the article PF-06526290 can both enhance and inhibit conduction through vo...

Fracking and risky behaviors: Evidence from Pennsylvania.

In the past decade, the technological developments in the oil and natural gas extraction industry made the extraction of shale gas economically feasible and prompted local economic booms across the US. Anecdotal evidence suggests that areas with unconventional gas development experience a disproportionate increase in the young male population who are more likely to be involved in risk-taking behavior. Moreover, the sudden income gains or demographic shifts might increase the demand for various goods and ser...

Proportion and predictors of loss to follow-up in a longitudinal cohort study of female entertainment and sex workers in Cambodia.

We examined the proportion and correlates of loss to follow-up (LTFU) among female entertainment and sex workers (FESWs) in a longitudinal HIV prevention intervention trial in Cambodia. The Cambodia Integrated HIV and Drug Prevention Intervention trial tested a comprehensive package of interventions aimed at reducing amphetamine-type stimulant use and HIV risk among FESWs in ten provinces. The present study estimated the proportion of women LTFU and assessed factors associated with LTFU. Logistic regression...

Mycobacterium tuberculosis type III-A CRISPR/Cas system crRNA and its maturation have atypical features.

Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat (CRISPR)/CRISPR-associated protein (Cas) systems are prokaryotic adaptive immune systems against invading nucleic acids. CRISPR locus variability has been exploited in evolutionary and epidemiological studies of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of tuberculosis, for over 20 yr, yet the biological function of this type III-A system is largely unexplored. Here, using cell biology and biochemical, mutagenic, and RNA-seq approaches, we show ...

Reflection and transmission characteristics of a layer obeying the two-pressure field poroelastic phenomenological model of Berryman and Wang.

The characteristics of the reflection and transmission by a fluid-loaded double porosity layer are studied. The medium obeys the two-pressure field poroelastic phenomenological model of Berryman and Wang. The open pore hydraulic conditions applied at the interfaces yield factorized expressions for the coefficients exhibiting on the one hand a separation allowing to distinguish between symmetrical and antisymmetrical motions and on the other hand the way each of the three dilatational waves associate with th...

Corrections for "Bioluminescence Tomography Based on Gaussian Weighted Laplace Prior Regularization for Morphological Imaging of Glioma".

In [1], the affiliation for Y. Gao, K. Wang and J. Tian should have appeared as follows:.

Corrections to "Bioluminescence Tomography Based on Gaussian Weighted Laplace Prior Regularization for Morphological Imaging of Glioma".

The correct affiliation for Yuan Gao, Kun Wang, and Jie Tian is as follows.

CYP2E1 Rsa Ι/Pst Ι polymorphism and lung cancer susceptibility: A meta-analysis involving 10,947 subjects.

The above article, published in the Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine on 14 September 2016 in Wiley Online Library (, and in Volume 19, pp. 2136-2142, has been retracted by agreement between the authors, the journal Editor in Chief, Stefan Constantinescu, and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. The retraction has been agreed due to unattributed overlap of the language used in the "Materials and method" and "Discussion" sections of this study and the following article published in Lung Can...

Celebrity endorsed music videos: innovation to foster youth health promotion.

There are calls for innovation in health promotion and for current issues to be presented in new and exciting ways; in addition to creating engaging messages, novel ways to deliver health messaging are needed, especially where youth are the key target audience. When pupils in WHO Health Promoting Schools were asked what health messages would resonate with them, they also identified celebrities as the 'messengers' they would be particularly likely to listen to. Expanding on these discussions, the pupils quot...

Correction to: Enhanced Osteogenic Behavior of ADSCs Produced by Deproteinized Antler Cancellous Bone and Evidence for Involvement of ERK Signaling Pathway, by Wei J, Xu M, Zhang X, Meng S, Wang Y, Zhou T, Ma Q, Han B, Wei Y, and Deng X. Tissue Eng Part A 2015;21(11-12):1810-1821. DOI: 10.1089/ten.tea.2014.0395.

Relationship of media exposure to substance use among adolescents in Saudi Arabia: Results from a national study.

With limited social options, young Saudis are increasingly relying on media for entertainment. The media impact has been greatest among the younger generation, which constitutes half of the population of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Therefore, this study aims to examine the association between exposure to varied types of media and substance use among adolescents in the KSA and explores whether these associations differ by gender.

Systematic review of the prevalence, impact and mitigating strategies for bullying, undermining behaviour and harassment in the surgical workplace.

Bullying, undermining behaviour and harassment (BUBH) have been reported in entertainment, politics and sport. Such behaviours may also be common in surgery, and are frequently associated with poor patient care and inferior outcomes. The aim was to define the prevalence and impact of this behaviour in the international surgical workplace, and to explore counterstrategies.

Principles of Systems Biology, No. 28.

This month: new principles for engineering cells (Avalos/Toettcher, Li, Wang, Ellis/Stan), the daily rhythms of gene expression in a primate (Cooper/Panda), structure of the nuclear pore by an integrative approach (Rout/Akey/Sali), and scoring Mendelian disease risk using electronic medical records (Denny).

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