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Minimal Auxin Sensing Levels In Vegetative Moss Stem Cells Revealed By A Ratiometric Reporter.

•Efforts to reveal ancestral functions of auxin, a key regulator of plant growth and development, and its importance for evolution has been hampered by a fragmented picture of auxin response domains in early diverging land plants. We report the mapping of auxin sensing and responses during vegetative moss development using novel reporters. •We established a moss-specific ratiometric reporter (PpR2D2) for Auxin Response Element- and AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR-independent auxin sensing in Physcomitrella pate...


The energetic brain - A review from students to students.

The past 20 years have resulted in unprecedented progress in understanding brain energy metabolism and its role in health and disease. In this review, which was initiated at the 14th International Society for Neurochemistry Advanced School, we address the basic concepts of brain energy metabolism and approach the question of why the brain has high energy expenditure. Our review illustrates that the vertebrate brain has a high need for energy because of the high number of neurons and the need to maintain a d...

Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Migraine, Triptans, DHE, Ditans, CGRP Antibodies, First/Second-Generation Gepants, and Cardiovascular Risk.

The science of migraine pathophysiology has advanced significantly since the 1930's. Imaging techniques, neurochemical analysis, clinical trials, and the clinical experience of providers treating migraine patients have not only sharpened our understanding of the disease, but have also led to the development of novel neural-based targets. Targeted therapies such as calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) antibodies and "Second Generation" CGRP receptor antagonists (Gepants) have not only demonstrated efficacy...


Teenage Childbearing, Reproductive Justice, and Infant Mental Health.

Reproductive justice advocates emphasize the rights of women to choose to have children, to decide the conditions under which they give birth, and to parent their children with support, safety, and dignity. This article examines what a reproductive justice perspective contributes to infant mental health work with teenage mothers and their families. It explores the historical framing of teenage pregnancy in which young mothers are the cause of a variety of social problems and in which the primary policy and ...

Histological grading in primary membranous nephropathy is essential for clinical management and predicts outcome of patients.

Diagnosis of Primary Membranous Nephropathy (PMN) is mainly based on immunofluorescence/immunohistochemistry findings, however, assessment of specific features on optical microscopy can help to estimate severity of the disease, guide treatment and predict the response.

Critical Time, Space, and Decision-Making Agent Considerations in Human-Centered Interdisciplinary Hurricane-Related Research.

In hazard and disaster contexts, human-centered approaches are promising for interdisciplinary research since humans and communities feature prominently in many definitions of disaster and the built environment is designed and constructed by humans to serve their needs. With a human-centered approach, the decision-making agent becomes a critical consideration. This article discusses and illustrates the need for alignment of decision-making agents, time, and space for interdisciplinary research on hurricanes...

A tracking-based nanoimaging method for fast detection of surfaces' inhomogeneities using gold nanoparticles.

The localization of surfaces inhomogeneities is central to many areas of technology, chemistry and biology, ranging from surface defects in industry to the identification and screening of early bio-defects inside cells. The development of methods that enable direct, sensitive, and rapid detection of those inhomogeneities is both relevant and timely. To address this challenge, we developed a far-field nanoimaging method to detect the presence of surface's nanodefects that modify the signal emitted by gold na...

Pseudoaneurysm of the non-coronary sinus of Valsalva: A rare complication of percutaneous coronary intervention.

Pseudoaneurysm of the non-coronary sinus of Valsalva is an exceptionally rare but potentially fatal complication of percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI). Here, we report a case of a 53-year-old man with pseudoaneurysm of the non-coronary sinus of Valsalva following PCI who presented with recurrent chest pain and was treated successfully by closure of the orifice of the pseudoaneurysm and coronary artery bypass grafting.

Radical C-H Acylation of Nitrogen Heterocycle Induced with Aerobic Oxidation of Aldehyde Subhasis Paul, Manotosh Bhakat and Joyram Guin*a.

Herein we describe an aerobic radical approach for the synthesis of unsymmetrical heteroaryl ketone. The reaction involves cross-dehydrogenative coupling between aldehydes and heteroaromatic bases with molecular oxygen (O2). The key aspect of the method is the generation of reactive acyl radical via homolytic activation of aldehyde C-H bond using O2 as the sole oxidant. The reaction demonstrates good substrate scope with respect to aldehyde and functionalized nitrogen heterocycles. Based on our mechanistic ...

A Fuzzy-Based Risk Assessment Framework for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Under-Ice Missions.

The use of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) for various scientific, commercial, and military applications has become more common with maturing technology and improved accessibility. One relatively new development lies in the use of AUVs for under-ice marine science research in the Antarctic. The extreme environment, ice cover, and inaccessibility as compared to open-water missions can result in a higher risk of loss. Therefore, having an effective assessment of risks before undertaking any Antarctic un...

Short-term safety and long-term benefits of stent postdilation after primary percutaneous coronary intervention: Results of a cohort study.

Achieving the optimal apposition of coronary stents during percutaneous coronary intervention is not always feasible. The risks and benefits of stent postdilation in primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PPCI) in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) have remained controversial. We sought to evaluate the immediate angiographic and long-term outcomes in patients with and without stent postdilation.

Detection of early anastomotic leakage by intraperitoneal microdialysis after low anterior resection for rectal cancer: a prospective cohort study.

Anastomotic leak (AL) is a common and serious complication following sphincter preserving surgery for rectal cancer. Early detection and intervention can improve clinical outcomes. The aim of this prospective cohort study was to compare intraperitoneal microdialysis with a clinical scoring system in early detection of AL.

How the State Shaped the Nonprofit Sector: Public Funding in British Columbia.

This article examines how the state has used its spending power to shape the nonprofit sector in British Columbia since the 1960s. The province's thriving nonprofit sector and its polarized political culture provide an ideal case study for exploring the relationship between the state and nongovernmental organizations. The following study documents changes in state policy, the trajectory of funding, funding patterns, and organizations that have received state funding. Although public funding for nonprofits i...

Insurers' perspectives on MA value-based insurance design model.

Value-based insurance design (VBID) lowers cost sharing for high-value healthcare services that are clinically beneficial to patients with certain conditions. In 2017, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation began a voluntary VBID model test in Medicare Advantage (MA). This article describes insurers' perspectives on the MA VBID model, explores perceived barriers to joining this model, and describes ways to address participation barriers.

Immunoglobulin use in immune deficiency and autoimmune disease states.

Although immunoglobulin (Ig) has been available since the 1950s for replacement therapy in primary immune deficiency, many other effective uses of this class of biologics have been investigated and evolved over recent decades. Ig administration has become common practice in the treatment of the immunocompromised patient and has recently expanded into the treatment of those patients with an inflammatory disease and autoimmune neuropathies per established clinical guidelines. As research into the genetic basi...

Differentiating characteristics and evaluating intravenous and subcutaneous immunoglobulin.

Clinicians have a range of options for treating patients with disease states that require the use of immunoglobulin (Ig). Traditionally, intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) administration has provided effective therapy for a variety of disease states. More recently, subcutaneous immunoglobulin (SCIG) administration has become available for patients with primary immunodeficiencies and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). Ig is used as replacement therapy in patients with primary or seconda...

Managing cost of care and healthcare utilization in patients using immunoglobulin agents.

The introduction of human immunoglobulin (Ig) therapies 40 years ago reduced the risk of often life-threatening infections for individuals with one of several immune-related conditions known as primary immunodeficiencies. Since then, the use of Ig has expanded to numerous other conditions. However, even though less than 1% of covered lives under Medicare or commercial insurers require Ig, it is in the top 5 drug categories in terms of annual spending. The cost of Ig is directly related to the type of delive...

Ensuring appropriate access to pulmonary arterial hypertension therapy.

Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a progressive, complex disease. PAH is a type of pulmonary hypertension (PH) and can be further categorized into 7 subdivisions, representing a variety of causal and phenotypic factors. Patients with PH, including PAH, are typically fragile and experience multiple comorbidities; they therefore require individualized treatment plans based on their risk status and etiology. Based on a review of clinical evidence, a wide variety of treatment options exist for PAH, inclu...

Long-Shelf-Life Polymer Electrolyte Based on Tetraethylammonium Hydroxide for Flexible Zinc-Air Batteries.

Flexible zinc-air battery has been considered one of the most outstanding energy storage devices for flexible and portable electronics because of their superior energy density and environmental friendliness. As the "blood" of flexible ZABs, electrolytes play a significant role in determining their performance, such as discharge working time, cycling property and shelf life. Herein, a novel polymer electrolyte based on quaternary ammonium hydroxides is first applied in flexible zinc-air batteries. Tetraethyl...

High-Modulus Hexagonal Boron Nitride Nanoplatelet Gel Electrolytes for Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries.

Solid-state electrolytes based on ionic liquids and a gelling matrix are promising for rechargeable lithium-ion batteries due to their safety under diverse operating conditions, favorable electrochemical and thermal properties, and wide processing compatibility. However, gel electrolytes also suffer from low mechanical moduli, which imply poor structural integrity and thus an enhanced probability of electrical shorting, particularly under conditions that are favorable for lithium dendrite growth. Here, we r...

Toward stable electrode/electrolyte interphase of P2-layered oxide for rechargeable Na-ion batteries.

The electrochemical properties of P2- NaMnFeTiO layered oxide, which is a promising cathode material for rechargeable Na-ion batteries (NIBs), are evaluated with with an optimized in-house ionic liquid (IL)-based electrolyte and compared with its performance when using carbonate-based electrolyte. The IL-based system reveals better electrochemical performance at room temperature than the carbonate electrolyte-based one at 0.1C and 1C, especially in terms of cycling stability, with a 97% capacity retention a...

Like Dissolves Like? A Comprehensive Evaluation of Partial Solubility Parameters to Predict Polymer-Drug Compatibility in Ultrahigh Drug-Loaded Polymer Micelles.

Despite decades of research, our understanding of the molecular interactions between drugs and polymers in drug-loaded polymer micelles does not extend much beyond concepts such as "like-dissolves-like" or hydrophilic/hydrophobic. However, polymer-drug compatibility strongly affects formulation properties and therefore the translation of a formulation into the clinics. Specific interactions such as hydrogen-bonding, π-π stacking, or coordination interactions can be utilized to increase drug loading. This ...

Metal-Organocatalyst for Detoxification of Phosphorothioate Pesticides: Demonstration of Acetylcholine Esterase Activity.

In recent years, transition metal complexes have been developed for catalytical degradation of a phosphate ester bond, particularly in RNA and DNA; however, less consideration has been given for development of complexes for the degradation of a phosphorothioate bond, as they are the foremost used pesticides in the environment and are toxic to human beings. In this context, we have developed copper complexes of benzimidazolium based ligands for catalytical degradation of a series of organophosphates (parathi...

Estimation of Particle Size Distribution from Bulk Scattering Spectra: Validation on Monomodal Suspensions.

A particle size distribution (PSD) estimation method based on light-scattering properties was validated on experimental visible/near-infrared scattering spectra of polystyrene suspensions, with a nominal particle size ranging from 0.1 to 12 μm in diameter. On the basis of μ and spectra extracted from double integrating sphere measurements, good PSD estimates were obtained for particles ≥1 μm. The particle volume fraction estimates in the case of μ were close to the target concentrations, although inf...

Understanding the Selective Sensing Mechanism of Al3+ Cation by a Chemical Sensor Based on Schiff-base. A Theoretical Approach.

A methodology that allows to explain the experimental behavior of a turn-on luminescent chemosensor is proposed and verified in 1-[(1H-1,2,4-triazole-3-ylimino)-methyl]-naphthalene-2-ol] (L1), selective to Al3+ cations. Upon excitation at 442 nm, this sensor increases its emission when interacts with the ion which is denoted as the Chelation-Enhanced Fluorescence (CHEF) effect. The Photoinduced Electron Transfer (PET) is responsible for the fluorescence quenching in L1 at 335 nm, in Ni2+/L1 at 385 nm and in...


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