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Electrochemical and spectroscopic studies of the interaction of antiviral drug Tenofovir with single and double stranded DNA.

In the present study, the electrochemical behavior of the antiviral drug tenofovir (tnf) on a boron-doped diamond electrode (BDDE) has been studied using square-wave voltammetry (SWV). The experimental conditions such as the supporting electrolyte composition and the SWV parameters were optimized. Under the optimized conditions, a simple and sensitive SWV procedure for tnf determination was developed in the concentration range of 5.0 × 10 to 1.0 × 10 mol L. The calculated limit of detection an...


Analysis of Pin Milling of Pharmaceutical Materials.

Milling is an important process for tailoring the particle size distribution for enhanced dissolution, content uniformity, tableting, etc., specially for active pharmaceutical ingredients and excipient in pharmaceutical industries. Milling performance of particulate solids depends on the equipment operating conditions (geometry, process conditions and input energy etc.) as well as material properties (particle size, shape, and mechanical properties, such as Young's modulus, hardness and fracture toughness)....

Respiratory symptoms, asthma and levels of fractional exhaled nitric oxide in schoolchildren in the industrial areas of Estonia.

Exposure to air pollutants in the ambient environment has been associated with various respiratory symptoms, and with increased asthma diagnosis, in both children and adults. Most research to date has focussed on core pollutants, such as PM, PM, SO and NO, and less attention has been given to the effects of industry-specific contamination. The current study aimed to examine the associations between respiratory symptoms, asthma, increased levels of fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) (as a marker of eosin...


Optimal and objective placement of sensors in water distribution systems using information theory.

Optimization-based deployment of contamination warning system in water distribution systems has been widely used in the literature, due to their superior performance compared to rule- and opinion-based approaches. However, optimization techniques impose an excessive computational burden, which in turn is compensated for by shrinking the problem's decision space and/or using faster optimization algorithms with less accuracy. This imposes subjectivity in interpretation of the system and associated risks, and ...

Respiratory Viruses and Atypical Bacteria Co-Infection in Children with Acute Respiratory Infection.

Acute respiratory infections (ARI) are one of the prevalent pediatric diseases. Coinfections of respiratory viruses and atypical bacterial respiratory pathogens are common.

A network analysis of indirect carbon emission flows among different industries in China.

Indirect carbon emissions account for a large ratio of the total carbon emissions in processes to make the final products, and this implies indirect carbon emission flow across industries. Understanding these flows is crucial for allocating a carbon allowance for each industry. By combining input-output analysis and complex network theory, this study establishes an indirect carbon emission flow network (ICEFN) for 41 industries from 2005 to 2014 to investigate the interrelationships among different industri...

Industry Payments in Cardiology: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Open Payments Data.

The goal of Open Payments and the Physician Payments Sunshine Act is to foster transparency and accountability to help stakeholders better understand financial ties between physicians and teaching hospitals and the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Potentially Caused by Respiratory Syncytial Virus and a Diatom.

The Pathophysiology of Respiratory Failure: Control of Breathing, Respiratory Load, and Muscle Capacity.

The purpose of this review is to provide an overview on how interactions between control of breathing, respiratory load, and muscle function may lead to respiratory failure. The mechanisms involved vary according to the underlying pathology, but respiratory failure is most often the result of an imbalance between the muscular pump and the mechanical load placed upon it. Changes in respiratory drive and response to CO2 seem to be important contributors to the pathophysiology of respiratory failure. Inspirato...

Complex coacervation: Principles, mechanisms and applications in microencapsulation.

Complex coacervation is a highly promising microencapsulation technique that is extensively employed in pharmaceutical, food, agriculture and textile industries. The process involves the interaction of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes in aqueous form. High payload and high encapsulation efficiency (up to 99%), relatively lower cost of processing, ability to use food-grade shell materials and synthesis at ambient temperature makes coacervation an appropriate choice in food and agrochemical industries. Var...

Bibliometric analysis of scientific publications in respiratory journals from China and other top-ranking countries between 2007 and 2017.

Respiratory disease remains one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity worldwide.

How the Respiratory Epithelium Senses and Reacts to Influenza Virus.

Our lungs are constantly exposed to the environment and potential pathogens. As the interface between host and environment, the respiratory epithelium has evolved sophisticated sensing mechanisms as part of its defence against pathogens. In this review, we examine how the respiratory epithelium senses and responds to influenza A virus (IAV), the biggest cause of respiratory viral deaths worldwide.

Effects of Sprint-Interval and Endurance Respiratory Muscle Training Regimens.

Recently a novel, time-saving respiratory muscle sprint-interval training (RMSIT) was developed. To test the extent to which RMSIT improves respiratory muscle performance compared to a conventional respiratory muscle endurance training (RMET), a novel incremental respiratory muscle test (IncRMT), loading inspiratory and expiratory muscles, was designed to assess performance changes associated with respiratory muscle training (RMT).

Viral Acute Respiratory Illnesses in Young Infants Increase the Risk of Respiratory Readmission.

Respiratory viruses cause acute respiratory illness (ARI) in early childhood, but their effect on subsequent ARI admissions is not fully understood. This study aimed to determine the association between initial ARI admission because of viruses including human rhinovirus (HRV), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), human adenovirus (HAdV) and human metapneumovirus (hMPV) and the risk of ARI readmission in children.

Microfluidics contribution to pharmaceutical sciences: From drug discovery to post marketing product management.

Drug discovery and development is a long-lasting process in which many challenges have to be addressed at every stage, from the discovery of the target biomolecule to the commercialization of the discovered drugs and its quality control. From thousands of hits identified during early drug discovery only one drug is eventually efficient and safe enough to be commercialized. This high rejection rate, especially during preclinical and clinical studies have led to an exponential increase of costs to develop new...

Spatial distribution and source apportionment of heavy metals in soil from a typical county-level city of Guangdong Province, China.

The contents of ten heavy metals (Cr, Hg, As, Pb, Ni, Cd, Ti, Cu, Zn and V) in 413 topsoil samples from Puning City, Guangdong Province, China were investigated. Obvious enrichment of Hg, As, Pb, Cd and Zn were presented, and the contents of Hg and As in 5.8% and 3.4% samples respectively were higher than the guideline values recommended by the Chinese Environmental Quality Standard for Soils. Chromium and V were presented no enrichment and no pollution. According to one-way analysis of variance, the mean c...

The Association between Respiratory Infection and Air Pollution in the Setting of Air Quality Policy and Economic Change.

Fine particulate air pollution (≤2.5µm; PM2.5) has been associated with an increased risk of respiratory disease, but assessments of specific respiratory infections in adults are lacking.

Respiratory Depression: A Case Study of a Postoperative Patient With Cancer.

Respiratory depression is a complication that often follows cancer-related surgery and can result in life-threatening consequences. Oncology nurses caring for postoperative patients must monitor for respiratory complications and implement measures to prevent respiratory depression. A review of postoperative respiratory depression risk factors, clinical findings, and monitoring will be presented in this article using a case study.

Correlation between neuroanatomical and functional respiratory changes observed in an experimental model of Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's Disease (PD) is the most prevalent movement disorder and the estimation is that the diagnosis will increase to approximately 9 million in 2030. Respiratory problems may be responsible for much of the mortality and morbidity associated with PD but data related to central respiratory changes are still lacking in the literature. In this study, 60 days after induction of model, there are decreases in baseline breathing and in the number of neurons, density of neurokinin-1 receptor and astrocytes in ...

Sunshine Policies and Murky Shadows in Europe: Disclosure of Pharmaceutical Industry Payments to Health Professionals in Nine European Countries.

Relationships between health professionals and pharmaceutical manufacturers can unduly influence clinical practice. These relationships are the focus of global transparency efforts, including in Europe. We conducted a descriptive content analysis of the transparency provisions implemented by February 2017 in nine European Union (EU) countries concerning payments to health professionals, with duplicate independent coding of all data. Using an author-generated, semi-structured questionnaire, we collected info...

Vanishing industries and the rising monopoly of universities in published research.

Anecdotes abound regarding the decline of basic research in industrial and governmental settings, but very little empirical evidence exists about the phenomenon. This article provides a systematic and historical analysis of the contribution of various institutional sectors to knowledge production at the world and country levels across the past four decades. It highlights a dramatic decline in the diffusion of basic research by industrial and governmental sectors across all countries-with a corresponding inc...

Age-Specific Associations of Ozone and PM with Respiratory Emergency Department Visits in the US.

While associations between air pollution and respiratory morbidity for adults 65 and older are well-documented in the United States, the evidence for people under 65 is less extensive. To address this gap, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program collected respiratory emergency department (ED) data from 17 states.

Alcohol-induced respiratory symptoms improve after aspirin desensitization in patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease.

Aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) is characterized by chronic eosinophilic rhinosinusitis, nasal polyps, asthma, and respiratory sensitivity to aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). In addition to sensitivity to aspirin and NSAIDs, the majority of patients with AERD have been reported to have respiratory intolerance associated with the consumption of alcohol.

Burden and Epidemiology of Influenza- and Respiratory Syncytial Virus-Associated Severe Acute Respiratory Illness Hospitalization in Madagascar, 2011-2016.

Influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections are responsible for substantial global morbidity and mortality in young children and elderly individuals. Estimates of the burden of influenza- and RSV-associated hospitalization are limited in Africa.

The Fate of Synthetic and Endogenous Hormones Used in the US Beef and Dairy Industries and the Potential for Human Exposure.

Growth-enhancing chemicals used by the beef and dairy industries may be bioavailable to humans via milk, meat, and other environmental matrices. This review evaluates the potential for environmental transport and bioavailability of the active chemical to humans.


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