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International symposium defines the future role of oral physicians.

On 7 October 2017, an international forward-looking symposium for approximately 800 dental personnel entitled "Dentistry in the future - through information from different countries" was held in Sakata, Japan. The contents of the 12 annual symposium were full of significant indications and suggestions on future healthcare which we think are worth reporting. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Annals On Call - Oral Pharmacologic Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes: Choosing Therapy Wisely.

Low-level ozone has both respiratory & systemic effects in African-American adolescents with asthma despite asthma controller therapy.

In a cohort of African American adolescents with persistent asthma on guidelines-based daily controller therapies, short-term elevation of low ozone levels below the National Ambient Air Quality Standard of 70 ppb were associated with lung function decrements and elevated lipid levels.

Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics: An Introduction to the Symposium.

The successful completion of many behaviors relies on sensory feedback. This symposium brought together researchers using novel techniques to study how different stimuli are encoded, how and where multimodal feedback is integrated, and how feedback modulates motor output in diverse modes of locomotion (aerial, aquatic, and terrestrial) in a diverse range of taxa (insects, fish, tetrapods), and in robots. Similar to biological organisms, robots can be equipped with integrated sensors and can rely on sensory ...

Neoadjuvant therapy in rectal cancer: how are we choosing?

Neoadjuvant therapy has revolutionized the management of rectal cancer; however, there is a need to examine the factors driving neoadjuvant treatment allocation. This study aimed to describe patterns of treatment allocation for patients with rectal cancer at our institution and identify predictors for receiving neoadjuvant therapy, and for choice of short- or long-course therapy.

Satellite nutation of half integer quadrupolar nuclei: Theory and practice.

For quadrupolar spin systems, interpretation of solid state NMR spectra can be hampered by the presence of resonances from both satellite and central transitions. This is particularly true for disordered systems, where many different quadrupolar sites exist, which can have strongly different quadrupolar coupling constants. If second order effects are too strong for obtaining meaningful MAS, MQMAS or STMAS spectra, an approach is needed to successfully separate central and satellite transitions. In this work...

Design and experimental realization of a robust decentralized PI controller for a coupled tank system.

This paper presents design and realization of a robust decentralized PI controller for regulating the level of a coupled tank system. The proposed controller is designed based on a predefined reference transfer function model in which we adopt a frequency matching of actual and reference models. Realization of control algorithms for a multivariable system is often complicated owing to uncertainties in the process dynamics. In this paper, initially a frequency response fitting model reduction technique is ad...

Deubiquitinase USP9X Maintains Centriolar Satellite Integrity by Stabilizing Pericentriolar Material 1 Protein.

Centriolar satellites are small cytoplasmic granules that play important roles in regulating formation of centrosomes and primary cilia. Ubiquitination of satellite proteins, including the core satellite scaffold protein pericentriolar material 1 (PCM1), regulates centriolar satellite integrity. Currently, deubiquitinating enzymes that control centriolar satellite integrity have not been identified. In this study, we find that the deubiquitinase USP9X binds PCM1, and antagonizes PCM1 ubiquitination to prote...

Biology of viral satellites and their role in pathogenesis.

Extraviral components that can influence the accumulation and pathogenesis of their associated helper viruses are known as 'satellites'. The maintenance of satellites requires their ability to associate with their helper viruses. Satellites can be categorized as either satellite viruses or satellite nucleic acids based on their ability to encode capsid proteins. Understanding the biology of satellites is important since they are pathogenic to a wide range of plant, animal, and yeast organisms. Most satellit...

Robust MPC-based current controller against grid impedance variations for single-phase grid-connected inverters.

Recently, LCL filters have been widely used in the output of single phase inverters. Since, the grid side inductor in these filters is in series with the grid impedance at the Point of Common Coupling (PCC), it may create new resonances. This phenomena may take the control loop toward instability. In this case, in order to have a reliable operation, the current controller should be insensitive to the grid impedance variation. In order to damp these resonances, researchers have presented some methods using a...

Gene expression profiling of porcine skeletal muscle satellite cells after challenge with poly I:C.

Porcine satellite cells play a vital role in the construction, development, and self-renewal of skeletal muscle. In this study, porcine satellite cells were exposed to mimic viral infection poly (I:C) during proliferation and differentiation phases at 0 h, 12 h, 24 h and 48 h time points. The untreated and treated porcine satellite cells during proliferation and differentiation phases were further analyzed by RNA sequencing technology. In the proliferation and differentiation phases of porcine satel...

Gold core-satellite nanostructure linked by oligonucleotides for detection of glutathione with LSPR scattering spectrum.

We demonstrated a sensitive method for detection of glutathione (GSH) based on LSPR scattering spectrum using gold core-satellite nanostructure linked by T-Hg-T base pair. The core-satellite assembly caused coupling between plasmonic nanoparticles, which inducing distinct change of LSPR peak wavelength. As the interaction between Hg and GSH, the core-satellite nanostructure would be disassembled, which accompanied with spectral blue-shift of the scattering spectrum. By using this method, GSH could be quanti...

Won't You Be My Neighbor? Muscle Stem Cells Recruit Endothelial Cells to Their Niche.

The maintenance of a pool of quiescent satellite cells (muscle stem cells) is necessary for long-term muscle health. In this issue of Cell Stem Cell, Verma et al. (2018) show that satellite cells recruit endothelial cells to create a vascular niche and that cross-talk between endothelial and satellite cells is vital for replenishment and maintenance of quiescent satellite cells.

Stable force control and contact transition of a single link flexible robot using a fractional-order controller.

The control of robots that interact with the environment is an open area of research. Two applications that benefit from this study are: the control of the force exerted by a robot on an object, which allows the robot to perform complex tasks like assembly operations, and the control of collisions, which allows the robot safely collaborate with humans. Robot control is difficult in these cases because: (1) bouncing between free and constrained motion appears that may cause instability, (2) switching between...

Printing with Satellite Droplets.

Despite their specific methodologies, all current noncontact printing techniques such as inkjet printing (IJP), involve the break-up of a liquid meniscus during the separation of the ink droplet from the bulk ink reservoir. Often, the break-up of a liquid meniscus results in the formation of one or more satellite droplet whose volumes are several orders of magnitude smaller than the primary droplet. Many attempts are directed to suppress or control the formation of satellite droplets because they blur the p...

Establishment of a CFD-based k a model in microtiter plates to support CHO cell culture scale-up during clone selection.

Microtiter plates are a common tool for clone selection in biopharmaceutical development. A way of visualizing and evaluating these systems and key processes parameters is the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD is a powerful tool for the modelling of hydrodynamics and mass transfer parameters. In this work, CFD was used to determine the specific surface area, the volumetric power input and the oxygen mass transfer coefficient k a for two different microtiter plates with different scales ...

A Broader View of Quality: Choosing Wisely Recommendations From Other Specialties With High Relevance to Emergency Care.

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) joined the Choosing Wisely campaign in 2013 and has contributed 10 recommendations to reduce low-value care. Recommendations from other specialties may also identify opportunities to improve quality and patient safety in emergency care. The Choosing Wisely work group of the ACEP Quality and Patient Safety Committee seeks to identify and characterize the Choosing Wisely recommendations from other professional societies with the highest relevance to emergenc...

Output-Feedback Adaptive Neural Controller for Uncertain Pure-Feedback Nonlinear Systems Using a High-Order Sliding Mode Observer.

A novel adaptive neural output-feedback controller for SISO nonaffine pure-feedback nonlinear systems is proposed. The majority of the previously described adaptive neural controllers for pure-feedback nonlinear systems were based on the dynamic surface control (DSC) or backstepping schemes. This makes the control law as well as the stability analysis highly lengthy and complicated. Moreover, there has been very limited research till date on the output-feedback neural controller for this class of the system...

Important questions in drug allergy and hypersensitivity: consensus papers from the 2018 AAAAI/WAO international drug allergy symposium.

This article is one of a series of international consensus documents developed from the International Drug Allergy Symposium held at the Joint Congress of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology/World Allergy Organization on March 1, 2018, in Orlando, Florida, USA. The symposium was sponsored by The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: , and The World Allergy Organization Journal and chaired by Mariana Castells, MD, PhD, and Pascal Demoly, ...

Proceedings from the 8th Annual University of Calgary Leaders in Medicine Research Symposium.

On November 14, 2016, the Leaders in Medicine (LIM) program at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary hosted its 8th Annual Research Symposium. Professor Stephen Sawcer, Professor of Neurological Genetics at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Addenbrooke's Hospital, was the keynote speaker and presented a lecture entitled, "Multiple sclerosis genetics - prospects and pitfalls". This was not only a cutting edge address on genetics but also a thoughtful overvi...

2018 Colorado Alphaherpesvirus Latency Society Symposium.

Meeting Report on the 8th Annual Symposium of the Colorado Alphaherpesvirus Latency Society (CALS), held on May 16-19, 2018, in Vail, Colorado.

Live broadcast of transcatheter PDA closure in a 700 grams ELBW infant during the International PDA Symposium.

The objective of this article is to describe a live case transmission of transcatheter closure of a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) in an extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infant during the first International PDA Symposium conducted in Memphis, Tennessee.

Orienting Muscle Stem Cells for Regeneration in Homeostasis, Aging, and Disease.

Muscle stem cells, or satellite cells, are required for skeletal muscle maintenance, growth, and repair. Following satellite cell activation, several factors drive asymmetric cell division to generate a stem cell and a proliferative progenitor that forms new muscle. The balance between symmetric self-renewal and asymmetric division significantly impacts the efficiency of regeneration. In this Review, we discuss the relationship of satellite cell heterogeneity and the establishment of polarity to asymmetric ...

Comparison and implementation of different control strategies for improving production of rHSA using Pichia pastoris.

Recombinant protein production by various host organisms is strictly regulated, which is determined mainly by host cell genetics and maintenance of process variables within desirable limits in a reactor. Since the process dynamics typically exhibit nonlinear interactions amongst the critical process variables, the commonly employed controllers are suboptimal for control of most bioprocesses. In this article, we present the implementation of an augmented controller for improving the production of recombinant...

100 years since the 1918 influenza pandemic-progress made, yet questions remain. A synopsis of the 4th New Zealand Influenza Symposium, February 2018.

The year 2018 marks 100 years since the 1918 influenza pandemic that caused devastating social and economic destruction worldwide. Despite substantial progress made with influenza research and strategies to control disease outbreaks, influenza continues to be a global public health problem. This paper presents a synopsis of the 4th New Zealand Influenza Symposium hosted by the Immunisation Advisory Centre in February 2018. During this symposium, international and national experts and service providers conve...

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