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Unexpected decrease in in vivo binding of HQNB in the mouse cerebral cortex in the developing brain - A comparison with CNMPB.

Significant discrepancies between in vitro and in vivo binding of the muscarinic receptor ligand - H-labeled Quinuclidinyl Benzilate (QNB) - have been well documented. Discernable in vivo cerebellar [H]QNB binding has been observed in mouse brain, despite the maximum number of binding sites (B) being low. In order to understand this unique in vivo binding phenomenon, the binding of two muscarinic receptor ligands - [H]QNB and N-[C]methylpiperidyl Benzilate ([C]NMPB) - were compared in vivo and in vitro in 3...

The adaptation of codon usage of +ssRNA viruses to their hosts.

Viruses depend on their host's cellular structure to survive. Most of them do not have tRNAs, their translation relies on hosts' tRNA pools. Over the course of evolution, viruses needed to optimally exploit cellular processes of their host. Thus, codon usage of a virus should coevolve with its host to efficiently and rapidly replicate. Some viruses can invade a broad spectrum of hosts (BSTVs), while others can invade a narrow spectrum only (NSTVs). Consequently, we test the hypothesis that similarity of cod...

Perfluorocarbon-based ¹⁹F MRI Nanoprobes for In Vivo Multicolor Imaging.

In vivo multicolor imaging is important for monitoring multiple biomolecular or cellular processes in biology. ¹⁹F magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an emerging in vivo imaging technique because it can noninvasively visualize ¹⁹F nuclei without endogenous background signal. Therefore, ¹⁹F MRI probes capable of multicolor imaging are in high demand. Herein, we report five types of perfluorocarbon-encapsulated silica nanoparticles that show ¹⁹F NMR peaks with different chemical shifts. Three of ...

Cocoa ingestion protects plasma lipids in healthy males against ex vivo oxidative conditions: A randomized clinical trial.

The effects of in vivo cocoa-based supplementation were studied as a preconditioning treatment for ex vivo acute oxidative conditions in a controlled randomized clinical trial. Subjects were 100 healthy young men at Universidad Industrial de Santander blinded to the intervention and divided into two groups: The intervention group (n = 50) receiving 30 g of cocoa powder and 50 g of dark chocolate/d for 1 week with the remaining subjects receiving placebo. Cocoa products preconditioning for 1 week resul...

Assessing the functional association of intronic miRNAs with their host genes.

In human, nearly half of the known microRNAs (miRNAs) are encoded within the introns of protein-coding genes. The embedment of these miRNA genes within the sequences of protein-coding genes alludes to a possible functional relationship between intronic miRNAs and their hosting genes. Several studies, using predicted targets, suggested that intronic miRNAs influence their hosts' function either antagonistically or synergistically. New experimental data of miRNA expression patterns and targets enable explorin...

Comparing Postpartum Visit Attendance with a Scheduled 2- to 3-Week or 6-Week Visit after Delivery.

 To evaluate whether scheduling a 2- to 3-week versus 6-week postpartum visit results in higher visit attendance.

Drug Design Concepts for LSD1-Selective Inhibitors.

Lysine-specific demethylase 1 (LSD1) is one of the flavin-dependent oxidases and is involved in many cellular processes by controlling the methylation of histone H3. Recently, it has been reported that LSD1 is associated with several diseases such as cancer, metabolic disorders, and psychiatric diseases. Thus, LSD1 is an attractive molecular target for the treatment of these diseases, and its inhibitors are predicted as therapeutic agents. Although a variety of LSD1 inhibitors have been reported to date, ma...

Phytochemicals as mediators for host range expansion of a native invasive forest insect herbivore.

Mountain pine beetle (MPB) has recently invaded jack pine forests in western Canada. This invasion signifies a climate change-induced range expansion by a native insect. The mechanism underlying this invasion is unknown, but likely involves phytochemicals that play critical roles in MPB biology. Thus far, studies have investigated the compatibility of jack pine chemistry with beetles and their microbial symbionts. I have identified three phytochemical mechanisms that have likely facilitated the host range e...

In vivo and ex vivo elastic properties of brain tissues measured with ultrasound elastography.

Determining the mechanical properties of brain tissues is essential in the field of brain biomechanics. In this paper, we use ultrasound-based shear wave elastography to measure both in vivo and ex vivo elastic properties of brain tissues. Our results demonstrate that the shear modulus from in vivo measurements is about 47% higher than that given by the ex vivo measurements (p value = 0.0063). The change in ex vivo elastic properties within 60-min post-mortem is negligible. The results also show that within...

Diversity and Compatibility of Human Schistosomes and Their Intermediate Snail Hosts.

Human schistosomiasis is a major neglected tropical disease that remains endemic in numerous countries of the tropics and subtropics. Controlling the transmission of schistosomes in their intermediate snail hosts remains a key challenge in the fight against schistosomiasis. Divergence in species, biogeography, and genotype in schistosomes and their intermediate hosts has resulted in diverse parasite-host interactions. This review focuses on recent insights in the biogeography and diversity of schistosome sp...

MALDI-TOF MS in Anaerobiospirillum succiniciproducens bacteremia: A report of 4 cases in different hosts.

Anaerobiospirillum succiniciproducens is known as an uncommon cause of diarrhea and bacteremia in humans, usually in immunocompromised hosts. We report four cases of A. succiniciproducens bloodstream infection in different hosts, including a previously healthy man. We describe clinical features, antibiotics susceptibility profile, treatment and outcomes. Strains were identified by 16S rRNA gene sequences which contributed to the extension of our MALDI-TOF MS database.

One-pot synthesis and biodistribution of fluorine-18 labeled serum albumin for vascular imaging.

Equilibrium single-photon radionuclide imaging methods for assessing cardiac function and the integrity of the vascular system have long been in use for both clinical and research purposes. However, positron-emitting blood pool agents that could provide PET equivalents to these (and other) clinical procedures have not yet been adopted despite technical imaging advantages offered by PET. Our goal was to develop a PET blood pool tracer that not only meets necessary in vivo biological requirements but can be p...

Ten new species of Brueelia Kéler, 1936 (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera: Philopteridae) from nuthatches (Aves: Passeriformes: Sittidae), tits and chickadees (Paridae), and goldcrests (Regulidae).

Ten new species of chewing lice in the genus Brueelia Kéler, 1936, are described from hosts in the families Paridae, Regulidae, and Sittidae. They are: Brueelia johnsoni n. sp. from Poecile sclateri eidos (Peters, 1927); Brueelia juniperi n. sp. from Baeolophus ridgwayi ridgwayi (Richmond, 1902); Brueelia kabulica n. sp. from Sitta tephronota tephronota Sharpe, 1872; Brueelia mpumalangensis n. sp. from Melaniparus niger niger (Vieillot, 1818); Brueelia nazae n. sp. from Parus cinereus caschmirensis Hartert...

Effects of Far-Infrared Emitting Ceramic Materials on Recovery During 2-Week Preseason of Elite Futsal Players.

Nunes, RFH, Cidral-Filho, FJ, Flores, LJF, Nakamura, FY, Rodriguez, HFM, Bobinski, F, De Sousa, A, Petronilho, F, Danielski, LG, Martins, MM, Martins, DF, and Guglielmo, LGA. Effects of far-infrared emitting ceramic materials on recovery during 2-week preseason of elite futsal players. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2018-We investigated the effects of far-infrared emitting ceramic materials (cFIR) during overnight sleep on neuromuscular, biochemical and perceptual markers in futsal players. Twenty athl...

Effects of Modified Pyramid System on Muscular Strength and Hypertrophy in Older Women.

This study aimed to analyze the effects of a pyramid system performed with two repetition zones on muscular strength and skeletal muscle mass (SMM) in older women. Thirty-nine physically independent older women (67.8±5.4 years) were randomly assigned into one of two of groups that performed an 8-week resistance training program in an ascending pyramid fashion. Both groups performed 3 sets: a narrow repetition zone (NPR, n=20) with 12/10/8 repetitions, and a wide repetition zone (WPR, n=19) with 15/10/5 rep...

Mice with diet-induced obesity demonstrate a relative prothrombotic factor profile and a thicker aorta with reduced ex-vivo function.

: Classical risk factors such as cholesterol and lipoproteins are currently not sufficient to explain all physiopathological processes of obesity-related vascular dysfunction as well as atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis. Therefore, the discovery of potential markers involved in vascular dysfunction in the obese state is still needed. Disturbances in hemostatic factors may be involved in the developmental processes associated with obesity-related cardiovascular disorders. We hypothesized that alterations ...

Impact of a Short-Term Naturopathic Whole-Foods-Based Nutrition Education Intervention on Dietary Behavior and Diabetes Risk Markers: A Pilot Study.

To assess the feasibility of measuring the health impacts of a 12-week naturopathic whole foods nutrition education course among adults with or at risk for prediabetes.

DNA barcoding Brooklyn (New York): A first assessment of biodiversity in Marine Park by citizen scientists.

DNA barcoding is both an important research and science education tool. The technique allows for quick and accurate species identification using only minimal amounts of tissue samples taken from any organism at any developmental phase. DNA barcoding has many practical applications including furthering the study of taxonomy and monitoring biodiversity. In addition to these uses, DNA barcoding is a powerful tool to empower, engage, and educate students in the scientific method while conducting productive and ...

WGS analysis of ST9-MRSA-XII isolates from live pigs in China provides insights into transmission among porcine, human and bovine hosts.

To elucidate the phylogenetic relationships among ST9-MRSA-XII isolates from different sources and their genetic features in colonization of different hosts.

Pneumonia-Associated Hospitalizations, New York City, 2001-2014.

Death certificate data indicate that the age-adjusted death rate for pneumonia and influenza is higher in New York City than in the United States. Most pneumonia and influenza deaths are attributed to pneumonia rather than influenza. Because most pneumonia deaths occur in hospitals, we analyzed hospital discharge data to provide insight into the burden of pneumonia in New York City.

Near Infrared Light Treatment Reduces Synaptic Levels of Toxic Tau Oligomers in Two Transgenic Mouse Models of Human Tauopathies.

Tau oligomers are emerging as a key contributor to the synaptic dysfunction that drives cognitive decline associated with the clinical manifestation and progression of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Accordingly, there is ample consensus that interventions that target tau oligomers may slow or halt the progression of AD. With this ultimate goal in mind, in the present study, we investigated tau oligomer accumulation and its synaptic and behavioral consequences after an in vivo treatment with near infrared (NIR) l...

Positive phototropism is accelerated in Biomphalaria glabrata snails by infection with Schistosoma mansoni.

Parasite-induced behavioral changes in their hosts favor to complete the lifecycle of parasites. Schistosome infection is also known to cause physiological changes in infected freshwater snail intermediate hosts. Here, we report, a novel phenomenon in which Schistosoma mansoni, a highly debilitating worm affecting millions of people worldwide, alters the phototropic behavior of Biomphalaria glabrata, the vector snail. S. mansoni-infection enhanced positive phototropism of vector snails and infected snails s...

Endothelium-derived Hyperpolarization-mediated Vasodilatation Compensates Nitric Oxide-mediated Endothelial Dysfunction during Ischemia in Diabetes-induced Canine Coronary Collateral Microcirculation in Vivo.

It has been previously demonstrated that endothelial caveolin-1 plays crucial roles to produce an endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor in mouse mesenteric arteries. We examined whether this mechanism is involved in the endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing-mediated responses to compensate reduced NO-mediated responses in diabetes mellitus during coronary occlusion in dogs in vivo.

Comparative study of shockwave therapy and low-level laser therapy effects in patients with myofascial pain syndrome of the trapezius.

The objective of the study was to compare the effects of shockwave therapy and laser therapy on pain, neck functionality, and quality of life in patients with myofascial pain syndrome of the trapezius. 61 patients (> 18 years) were randomly allocated to two treatment groups: (1) 31 patients received soft laser therapy once daily in a 3-week period for a total of 15 sessions, (2) 30 patients received shockwave therapy once in a week for 3 weeks, totalling 3 treatments. Resting pain and pain tolerance wer...

A maintenance three-day-per-week schedule with the single tablet regimen efavirenz/emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate is effective and decreases sub-clinical toxicity: the A-TRI-WEEK pilot trial.

Antiretroviral drugs contained in single tablet Atripla® have pharmacokinetic properties that could allow for longer than once-daily (OD) dosing. We hypothesized that simplifying Atripla® OD to 3-day per week would be feasible, able to maintain viral suppression and less toxic.

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