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Is Sharing Speaker's Slides from Conference Presentations on Social Media a breach of Intellectual Property or a Delegate's Right? Depends who you ask.

The contemporary practice of the sharing of speaker's slides from medical conference presentations is common but raises a number of complex ethical and legal questions. We investigated the views of a large group of international hernia surgeons to evaluate the comtemporary view on this topic.

And then I saw her race: Race-based expectations affect infants' word processing.

How do our expectations about speakers shape speech perception? Adults' speech perception is influenced by social properties of the speaker (e.g., race). When in development do these influences begin? In the current study, 16-month-olds heard familiar words produced in their native accent (e.g., "dog") and in an unfamiliar accent involving a vowel shift (e.g., "dag"), in the context of an image of either a same-race speaker or an other-race speaker. Infants' interpretation of the words depended on the speak...

Hyaluronan chemistries for three-dimensional matrix applications.

Hyaluronan is a ubiquitous constituent of mammalian extracellular matrices and, because of its excellent intrinsic biocompatibility and chemical modification versatility, has been widely employed in a multitude of biomedical applications. In this article, we will survey the approaches used to tailor hyaluronan to specific needs of tissue engineering, regenerative and reconstructive medicine and overall biomedical research. We will also describe recent examples of applications in these broader areas, such as...

Molecular Descriptors for Structure-Activity Applications: A Hands-On Approach.

Molecular descriptors capture diverse parts of the structural information of molecules and they are the support of many contemporary computer-assisted toxicological and chemical applications. After briefly introducing some fundamental concepts of structure-activity applications (e.g., molecular descriptor dimensionality, classical vs. fingerprint description, and activity landscapes), this chapter guides the readers through a step-by-step explanation of molecular descriptors rationale and application. To th...

25th Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality of Life Research.

The beneficial effect of a speaker's gestures on the listener's memory for action phrases: The pivotal role of the listener's premotor cortex.

Memory for action phrases improves in the listeners when the speaker accompanies them with gestures compared to when the speaker stays still. Since behavioral studies revealed a pivotal role of the listeners' motor system, we aimed to disentangle the role of primary motor and premotor cortices. Participants had to recall phrases uttered by a speaker in two conditions: in the gesture condition, the speaker performed gestures congruent with the action; in the no-gesture condition, the speaker stayed still. In...

Virus-like particle engineering: From rational design to versatile applications.

As mimicking natural virus structures, virus-like particles (VLPs) have evolved to become a widely accepted technology used for humans which are safe, highly efficacious and profitable. Several remarkable advantages have been achieved to revolutionize the molecule delivery for diverse applications in nanotechnology, biotechnology, and medicine. Here, we review the rational structure design, manufacturing process, functionalization strategy, and emerging applications of VLPs. The situation and challenges in ...

PEO-PPO-PEO Tri-Block Copolymers for Gene Delivery Applications in Human Regenerative Medicine-An Overview.

Lineal (poloxamers or Pluronic) or X-shaped (poloxamines or Tetronic) amphiphilic tri-block copolymers of poly(ethylene oxide) and poly(propylene oxide) (PEO-PPO-PEO) have been broadly explored for controlled drug delivery in different regenerative medicine approaches. The ability of these copolymers to self-assemble as micelles and to undergo sol-to-gel transitions upon heating has endowed the denomination of "smart" or "intelligent" systems. The use of PEO-PPO-PEO copolymers as gene delivery systems is a ...

Does dynamic information about the speaker's face contribute to semantic speech processing? ERP evidence.

Face-to-face interactions characterize communication in social contexts. These situations are typically multimodal, requiring the integration of linguistic auditory input with facial information from the speaker. In particular, eye gaze and visual speech provide the listener with social and linguistic information, respectively. Despite the importance of this context for an ecological study of language, research on audiovisual integration has mainly focused on the phonological level, leaving aside effects on...

Potential applications of engineered nanoparticles in medicine and biology: an update.

Nanotechnology advancements have led to the development of its allied fields, such as nanoparticle synthesis and their applications in the field of biomedicine. Nanotechnology driven innovations have given a hope to the patients as well as physicians in solving the complex medical problems. Nanoparticles with a size ranging from 0.2 to 100 nm are associated with an increased surface to volume ratio. Moreover, the physico-chemical and biological properties of nanoparticles can be modified depending on the a...

Exploring the margins of SERS in practical domain: An emerging diagnostic modality for modern biomedical applications.

Excellent multiplexing capability, molecular specificity, high sensitivity and the potential of resolving complex molecular level biological compositions augmented the diagnostic modality of surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) in biology and medicine. While maintaining all the merits of classical Raman spectroscopy, SERS provides a more sensitive and selective detection and quantification platform. Non-invasive, chemically specific and spatially resolved analysis facilitates the exploration of SERS-bas...

Documenting the Growth of Ultrasound Research in Emergency Medicine Through a Bibliometric Analysis of Accepted Academic Conference Abstracts.

Ultrasound (US) has become an indispensable skill for emergency physicians. Growth in the use of US in emergency medicine (EM) has been characterized by practice guidelines, education requirements, and the number of EM US practitioners. Our purpose was to further document the growth of EM US by profiling the breadth, depth, and quality of US-related research presented at EM's most prominent annual research conference: the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting.

Special Issue: NextGen Materials for 3D Printing.

Only a handful of materials are well-established in three-dimensional (3D) printing and well-accepted in industrial manufacturing applications. However, recent advances in 3D printable materials have shown potential for enabling numerous novel applications in the future. This special issue, consisting of 2 reviews and 10 research articles, intends to explore the possible materials that could define next-generation 3D printing.

Sports Medicine International Open -recently published.

A Systematic Review of Mobile Health Applications in Rehabilitation.

To conduct systematic review to better define how medical mobile applications (apps) have been utilized in environments relevant to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Intracellular Transport of Silver and Gold Nanoparticles and Biological Responses: An Update.

Medicine, food, and cosmetics represent the new promising applications for silver (Ag) and gold (Au) nanoparticles (NPs). AgNPs are most commonly used in food and cosmetics; conversely, the main applications of gold NPs (AuNPs) are in the medical field. Thus, in view of the risk of accidentally or non-intended uptake of NPs deriving from the use of cosmetics, drugs, and food, the study of NPs⁻cell interactions represents a key question that puzzles researchers in both the nanomedicine and nanotoxicology f...

Auditory attention switching and judgment switching: Exploring multicomponent task representations.

An auditory attention-switching paradigm was combined with a judgment-switching paradigm to examine the interaction of a varying auditory attention component and a varying judgment component. Participants heard two dichotically presented stimuli-one spoken by a female speaker and one spoken by a male speaker. In each trial, the stimuli were a spoken letter and a spoken number. A visual explicit cue at the beginning of each trial indicated the auditory attention criterion (speaker sex/ear) to identify the ta...

Multiaxial Molecular Ferroelectric Thin Films Bring Light to Practical Applications.

Though dominating most of the practical applications, inorganic ferroelectric thin films usually suffer from the high processing temperatures, the substrate limitation, and the complicated fabrication techniques that are high-cost, energy-intensive, and time-consuming. By contrast, molecular ferroelectrics offer more opportunities for the next-generation flexible and wearable devices due to their inherent flexibility, tunability, environmental-friendliness, and easy processibility. However, most of the disc...

Overexpression, immunodetection, and site-directed mutagenesis of Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 flavodoxin: A comprehensive laboratory practice on molecular biology.

Recombinant protein expression and site-directed mutagenesis of target genes have demonstrated an increasing importance in the fields of molecular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, and medicine. By using the flavodoxin of the model cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 as a laboratory tool, we designed a comprehensive laboratory practice encompassing several well-established molecular biology techniques and procedures in order to fulfill two main objectives: (1) overexpression and immunodetection of Anab...

Benzofuran and indole: A promising scaffold for drug development in Alzheimer's disease.

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease with no clinically accepted treatment to cure or halt its progression. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs (rivastigmine, donepezil, galantamine and memantine) at best provide marginal benefits thus emphasize the urgent need to explore other molecular entities as future drug candidates for AD. Looking at the wide pharmaceutical applications of heterocyclic compounds and particularly those containing benzofuran and indole r...

In Search of Mobile Applications for Urogynecology Providers.

Thousands of medical applications (apps) are available for mobile devices. Finding accurate, health care provider-centered apps may be time consuming and frustrating for urogynecologists. The objective of this study was to identify and evaluate urogynecology (urogyn) apps using a modified APPLICATIONS scoring system.

Molecular features of interaction involving hen egg white lysozyme immobilized on graphene oxide and the effect on activity.

Nanomaterials, such as graphene oxide (GO) are being studied to decipher their suitability in biomedical applications. This study investigate the effect on structure and function of hen egg white lysozyme (HEWL) adsorbed on GO, using various biophysical techniques. In spite of there being not much change in the structure, the catalytic activity is reduced significantly. Fluorescence quenching indicates complex formation. Fluorescence lifetime measurement suggests that GO binds at or near the active site clo...

Bertoldo, F., Boccardo, F., Bombardieri, E., Evangelista, L., Valdagni, R. (Eds.) Bone Metastases from Prostate Cancer: Biology, Diagnosis and Management : Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017. ISBN 978-3-319-42,326-5.

International Continence Society best practice statement for use of sacral neuromodulation.

Sacral neuromodulation (SNM) is an accepted therapy for a variety of conditions. However, despite over 20 years of experience, it remains a specialized procedure with a number of subtleties. Here we present the recommendations issued from the International Continence Society (ICS) SNM Consensus Panel.

A Decision Support Tool Facilitating Medicine Design for Optimal Acceptability in The Older Population.

Medicine acceptability, which is of the utmost importance for vulnerable patients' adherence, is driven by both user and product characteristics. Herein, a novel multivariate approach integrating the many aspects of acceptability is used to discriminate positively and negatively accepted medicines in the older population.

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