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(De)form and Function: Measuring Cellular Forces with Deformable Materials and Deformable Structures.

The ability for biological cells to produce mechanical forces is important for the development, function, and homeostasis of tissue. The measurement of cellular forces is not a straightforward task because individual cells are microscopic in size and the forces they produce are at the nanonewton scale. Consequently, studies in cell mechanics rely on advanced biomaterials or flexible structures that permit one to infer these forces by the deformation they impart on the material or structure. Herein, the scie...


Electron tomography reveals aspects of spindle structure important for mechanical stability at metaphase.

Metaphase spindles exert pole-directed forces on still-connected sister kinetochores. The spindle must counter these forces with extensive forces to prevent spindle collapse. In small spindles, kinetochore microtubules connect directly with the poles, and countering forces are supplied either by interdigitating microtubules that form interpolar bundles or by astral microtubules connected to the cell cortex. In bigger spindles, particularly those without structured poles, the origin of extensive forces is le...

The impacts of degradation, deforestation and restoration on mangrove ecosystem carbon stocks across Cambodia.

Mangrove forest conservation can help reduce global C emissions. Despite this benefit to climate change mitigation and adaptation, mangrove forests are being deforested or degraded at an alarming rate, though restoration efforts may offset these losses. The impacts of deforestation to C stocks are relatively intuitive and result in significant decreases in C stocks. It remains unclear how degradation from selective harvesting of trees affects C stocks or how effective restoration efforts are at restoring C ...


Friends, relatives, sanity, and health: The costs of politics.

Political scientists have long known that political involvement exacts costs but they have typically defined these costs in relatively narrow, largely economic terms. Though anecdotal evidence suggests that the costs of politics may in fact extend beyond economics to frayed personal relationships, compromised emotional stability, and even physical problems, no systematic evidence on these broader costs exists. We construct and validate batteries of survey items that delineate the physical, social, and emoti...

Above- and belowground carbon stocks are decoupled in secondary tropical forests and are positively related to forest age and soil nutrients respectively.

Reducing atmospheric CO is an international priority. One way to assist stabilising and reducing CO is to promote secondary tropical forest regrowth on abandoned agricultural land. However, relationships between above- and belowground carbon stocks with secondary forest age and specific soil nutrients remain unclear. Current global estimates for CO uptake and sequestration in secondary tropical forests focus on aboveground biomass and are parameterised using relatively coarse metrics of soil fertility. Here...

Surveillance snapshot: Influenza immunization among U.S. Armed Forces healthcare workers, August 2014-April 2019.

Cognitive Polyphasia, Social Representations and Political Participation in Adolescents.

Studies conducted in the last few decades show that young people have a negative evaluation of politics since they relate it to conventional forms of participation. In addition, they engage in unconventional forms of political participation, though they do not think of them as political practices. In this context, a qualitative study was carried out in order to describe the social representations of politics through the narratives provided by adolescents during an interview based on Piaget's clinical method...

The Everyday Politics of Risk: Managing Diabetes in Fiji.

In this article, I investigate how diabetes-related risks are experienced and managed in Fiji. Neoliberal discourses implore patients to be risk-averse and blame poorer Indigenous (iTaukei) people with diabetes for "irresponsible" treatment choices and medication "noncompliance." Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork conducted during 2015-16, I suggest lower-income iTaukei people with diabetes face multiple layers of risk in everyday life beyond biomedical definitions, including spiritual threats; cultural poli...

Inverse dynamic estimates of muscle recruitment and joint contact forces are more realistic when minimizing muscle activity rather than metabolic energy or contact forces.

Assessment of contact forces is essential for a better understanding of mechanical factors affecting progression of osteoarthritis. Since contact forces cannot be measured non-invasively, computer simulations are often used to assess joint loading. Contact forces are to a large extent determined by muscle forces. These muscle forces are computed using optimization techniques that solve the muscle redundancy problem by assuming that muscles are coordinated in a way that optimizes performance (e.g., minimizes...

Exploring the influence of the nursing and medical professions on policy and politics.

The Nursing Now global campaign is aimed at raising the profile of nursing and its influence on policy and politics. Calls for the profession to have an increased role in policymaking are not new, but recent developments offer significant opportunities to advance this message.

Evolutionary disruption of S&P 500 trading concentration: An intriguing tale of a financial innovation.

The novel finding of Balakrishnan, Miller & Shankar (2008) that investors, overwhelmed by the plethora of stock investment offerings, limit their analysis and daily choices to only a small subset of stocks (i.e., herding behavior) now seems to be common wisdom (Iosebashvili, 2019). We investigate whether the introduction of an innovation in financial products designed to allow investors to trade the entire product bundle of S&P 500 stocks, namely S&P 500 index funds, altered "herding behavior" by creating a...

When State Policy Makes National Politics: The Case of "Obamacare" Marketplace Implementation.

State governments have been powerful sites of Republican resistance to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Democratic Party's signature 2010 law. By influencing how citizens experience the ACA, state-level implementation can affect the national-level political implications of the law.

Interactions between nanoparticles in nanosuspension.

Nanoparticles are particles with a characteristic dimension below 100 nm. The properties of nanoparticles differ substantially from those of "big" colloidal particles (size bigger than 1 μm) because radius of surface forces, which is around 100 nm, is greater than or comparable with the nanoparticles size. The latter means that each nanoparticle could be completely covered by the surface forces of the neighbouring particles at small enough separation. It also means that the well-known Derjaguin appro...

Materializations through political work.

This article investigates the opposition between politics and work in common political understandings by engaging with the materiality of politics in parliaments. It demonstrates the need for current research on politics to deal with problems similar to those faced by early laboratory studies investigating scientific practice. At the same time, the paper highlights a crucial difference between research on science and research on politics: The common understanding of politics appears to face an influential d...

The Patient as Obligation - The Binary Failure of "Privilege" vs. "Right" Part 2 - My Privilege - From The Great Equation to An American Sickness to Mac and Cheese for All to An American Idea.

"Privilege" vs. "Right" in healthcare is a failed political binary because it has divided the nation. The "my privilege" end of this false choice has been damaging, shifting the burden to the patient and away from the physician. It is medicine's historic privilege to care for any human but obligation has waned being plagued by opportunism. Also, what we have a right to or are privileged to receive is undefined. Past premises for the privilege are untrue, based on Health = medical care. Present assessments o...

The Ethics and Politics of Gun Violence Research.

Gun violence is an epidemic that affects hundreds of thousands of Americans each year. Despite gun violence being disproportionately more lethal than other leading causes of trauma, there is a dearth of research being carried out on its root causes and prevention strategies. For the past 20 years, lobbying and politics have interfered with the forward progress of gun violence research. Physicians have a history of producing actionable public-health change and have an ethical obligation to fight for the rese...

Writing a New Narrative for Behavioral Healthcare.

The Value and Imperative of Diversity Leadership Development and Mentoring in Healthcare.

A catalyst with the better catalytic activity for NO reduction showed bigger reduction capacity and limiting current.

The catalytic activity of a new catalyst for NO reduction is usually obtained by a gas-solid phase experiment. For the first time, a relationship has been established between catalytic performance and electrochemistry property. A bimetallic catalyst showed a low-temperature activity and removed 67.27% of NO at 300 °C, 33.39% bigger than a single-metallic catalyst. The bimetallic catalyst removed 9.770 mmol/g of NO after 1440 min, 5.212 mmol/g bigger than the single-metallic one. At the same time, t...

Kicking Off the 2020s with Healthcare Policy.

Disparities in health and healthcare plague provinces' residents. This means that different subgroups of the population have differences in health and healthcare. Examples include socio-economic status, location of residence and disability status. Disparities generate searching questions: does where you live, or who you are, affect your health or the quality or accessibility of healthcare you receive?

Developing a measure of blind patients' interactions with their healthcare providers.

People who are blind (PWB) are often perceived as being incompetent with common tasks and functions. When patients detect that their healthcare providers (HCPs) have negative perceptions of them, they often report less satisfaction with their healthcare and disengage in their own healthcare.

"Who generates this city"? Socialist strategy in contemporary London.

This essay, based on a "militant ethnography" of the attempts of the small radical grassroots activist group, Our London (a pseudonym), to mobilize a collective oppositional politics through activities around an election campaign, engages critically with E. Laclau and C. Mouffe's arguments on discourse and collectivity in Hegemony and Socialist Strategy (London: Verso, 1985). I argue, on the basis of my findings, that while their model does provide insights that help describe the process of building collect...

A Systematic Review of Equity in Healthcare Financing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.

The present systematic review aimed to assess the healthcare financing system by studying the relevant indicators in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The focus of this research was on the entire healthcare system without considering any specific healthcare service or population group. This article explains the conditions of equity in people's payments for healthcare services in LMICs and focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of successful or failed healthcare systems.

Optical elastography and tissue biomechanics.

Mechanical forces play an important role in the behavior and development of biological systems and disease at all spatial scales, from cells and their constituents to tissues and organs. Such forces have a profound influence on the health, structural integrity, and normal function of cells and organs. Accurate knowledge of cell and tissue biomechanical properties is essential to map the distribution of forces and mechanical cues in biological systems. Cell and tissue biomechanical properties are also known ...

What does 'quality' add? Towards an ethics of healthcare improvement.

In this paper, we argue that there are important ethical questions about healthcare improvement which are underexplored. We start by drawing on two existing literatures: first, the prevailing, primarily governance-oriented, application of ethics to healthcare 'quality improvement' (QI), and second, the application of QI to healthcare ethics. We show that these are insufficient for ethical analysis of healthcare improvement. In pursuit of a broader agenda for an ethics of healthcare improvement, we note that...


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