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New species of Plectromacronema Ulmer 1906 (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) from Brazil, with association of immature stages and aspects of its biology.

Plectromacronema Ulmer 1906 is a Neotropical genus recorded sparsely from South of Mexico to the North of Argentina. The genus is placed within the Macronematinae sub-family, members of which are relatively large among the Trichoptera and bears conspicuous wing ornamentations. There are only two species recorded for Brazil, Plectromacronema comptum Ulmer 1906 and Plectromacronema subfuscum (Banks 1920). Plectromacronema lisae Flint 1983 recorded for Mexico and Costa Rica is the only species in the genus wit...


Graphene Nanoplatelet Composite 'Paper' as an Electrostatic Actuator.

Graphene nanoplatelets (GnP) can be made into a thin 'paper' through vacuum filtration of GnP suspension. Electrodes were fabricated from the compressed GnP paper and then coating the surface with epoxy. The electrostatic actuator was constructed from two parallel-aligned composite papers fixed at the anode and a cathode connected to the ground. The two composite papers will separate when applying voltage. The GnP paper was further treated by making the porous GnP paper; adding 10wt% Cellulose nanocrystals ...

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Migration of lead and arsenic from food contact paper into a food simulant and assessment of their consumer exposure safety.

Paper is one of the most commonly used food packaging materials. During the production of packaging paper, it is possible for trace amounts of heavy metals to be incorporated as contaminants. These could migrate into food when packaging paper (food contact paper) is used for cooking, storing and eating. The aim of this study was to determine the migration of lead (Pb) and arsenic (As) from food contact paper into a food simulant and then to assess human safety through the estimated daily intake (EDI) with c...

Novel fabrication of polymer/carbon nanotube composite coated Janus paper for humidity stress sensor.

In this work, we constructed a sensing system on Janus paper with hydrophilic side and hydrophobic side via depositing polymer precursor onto one side of qualitative filter paper. Water in humid environment (including liquid water, condensed moisture airflow and gaseous humid atmosphere) will be captured and gathered in the hydrophilic region of Janus paper due to the asymmetric hydrophobicity and hygroscopicity, which can induce the novel directional deformation. Additionally, MWCNTs (multiwalled carbon na...

Improving access in rheumatology: Evaluating the validity of a paper triage process involving an advanced practice physiotherapist through a retrospective chart review.

This study evaluated a standardized paper triage process conducted by an advanced practice physiotherapist (APP) at a rheumatology center. The aims were to (1) determine the concordance between paper triage priority assignment and the rheumatologist's diagnosis; (2) determine the sensitivity and specificity of the paper triage process; and (3) assess reasons for incorrect priority ranking.

Assessment of bisphenol A alternatives in paper products from the Chinese market and their dermal exposure in the general population.

Bisphenol A (BPA), a well-known endocrine disruptor, is used as a color developer in thermal paper. More recently, some emerging structural analogues have been introduced to replace BPA due to the strengthened regulations concerning thermal paper. Nevertheless, very limited data are available regarding their occurrence and potential health risks. Here, thirteen potentially toxic compounds were investigated in paper products (120 thermal papers and 81 nonthermal papers) collected in Beijing, China. The resul...

Delamination of plastic-coated waste paper by enzymes of the white rot fungus Dichomitus squalens.

Many paper products are coated with plastic to improve their quality and stability. However, this limits recycling and recovery options and the plastic-coated waste paper is mostly disposed in landfills. Such practices are uneconomical and contrary to sustainable waste management. In this work enzymes of the white rot fungus Dichomitus squalens were investigated for possible delamination of plastic-coated waste paper. Enzymes were found capable to release the polyethylene foil from plastic-coated paper whic...

Retracted: Effect of Cinnamaldehyde on Glucose Metabolism and Vessel Function.

This paper was retracted on the authors' request due to duplicate publication. This experiment was entrusted to a third party called Nanjing Changcong Biology Company, and we found that some of the data reported in the Results figures were duplicated in another published paper. The pdf file of the above-mentioned paper is available from the Editorial Office on request.

Paper-based ion-selective optodes for continuous sensing: Reversible potassium ion monitoring.

A simple, low-cost paper-based potassium ion-selective optode that exhibits fully reversible sensing properties is presented. A classic optode formulation consisting of valinomycin as the ionophore and a lipophilic pH indicator has been successfully transferred to a paper substrate and characterised in a flow-through cell with reflectometric optical detection. The optode exhibits high repeatability, reversibility, and stability and can detect potassium in the physiologically relevant concentration range fro...

Tablets made from paper.

The possibility to compress ordinary paper into tablets was systematically investigated in this study. Results proved that tablets can be made from paper, independent of the type of paper used. The tablets appear shiny and with a smooth surface. The pharmaceutical quality was acceptable, i.e. all tablets fulfilled the requirements for tablets according to the European Pharmacopeia. Drug-loaded tablets were produced by compression of drug-loaded paper. Drug loading did not alter the pharmaceutical quality. H...

Author Correction: Stability of an adaptive hybrid community.

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Publisher Correction: Across-subject offline decoding of motor imagery from MEG and EEG.

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Publisher Correction: A short isoform of ATG7 fails to lipidate LC3/GABARAP.

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Policy paper nuclear cardiology - update 2018 - Current status of clinical practice.

The joint position paper of the working community "Cardiovascular Nuclear Medicine" of the German Society of Nuclear Medicine (DGN) and the working group "Nuclear Cardiology Diagnostics" of the German Cardiac Society (DKG) updates the former 2009 paper.It is the purpose of this paper to provide an overview about the application fields, the state-of-the-art and the current value of nuclear cardiology imaging. The topics covered are chronic coronary artery disease, including viability imaging, furthermore car...

Author Correction: HDAC3 inhibition ameliorates spinal cord injury by immunomodulation.

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Author Correction: Transcriptional dysregulation of Interferome in experimental and human Multiple Sclerosis.

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Author Correction: Multi-label Learning for Predicting the Activities of Antimicrobial Peptides.

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Author Correction: Allogenic and Autogenic Signals in the Stratigraphic Record of the Deep-Sea Bengal Fan.

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Author Correction: Role of extrinsic mechanical force in the development of the RA-I tactile mechanoreceptor.

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Publisher Correction: Computational repositioning and preclinical validation of mifepristone for human vestibular schwannoma.

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Author Correction: An Autogenously Regulated Expression System for Gene Therapeutic Ocular Applications.

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Publisher Correction: Large anisotropy of ferroelectric and pyroelectric properties in heteroepitaxial oxide layers.

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Author Correction: Large-scale intact glycopeptide identification by Mascot database search.

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Publisher Correction: Computational identification of specific genes for glioblastoma stem-like cells identity.

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