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Multifunctional modification of linen fabric using chitosan-based formulations.

Chitosan is a new-age functional biopolymer which can be utilized for functional finishing of cellulose-based textile materials. In the current work, linen fabric was modified using two-stage finishing using chitosan-citric acid and phytic acid-thiourea thus imparting multiple performance characteristics such as wrinkle-free, antibacterial, flame retardant and antioxidant properties. The multifunctional linen fabrics were characterized using FTIR, TGA, SEM and EDX analysis. The fabrics were evaluated for te...


Bioinspired Infrared Sensing Materials and Systems.

Bioinspired engineering offers a promising alternative approach in accelerating the development of many man-made systems. Next-generation infrared (IR) sensing systems can also benefit from such nature-inspired approach. The inherent compact and uncooled operation of biological IR sensing systems provides ample inspiration for the engineering of portable and high-performance artificial IR sensing systems. This review overviews the current understanding of the biological IR sensing systems, most of which are...

Understanding Classification Systems in Spine Deformity.

Classification systems provide organization for pathologic conditions and guide treatment for similar disease states. Spine deformity is a growing field with newer classification systems being developed as our surgical techniques and clinical understanding advances. The evolution of these classification systems reflects our current knowledge and are used to better understand the evolving field of spine surgery. Currently, classification systems in spine surgery range from describing deformity in different a...


Which experimental systems should we use for human microbiome science?

Microbiome science is revealing that the phenotype and health of animals, including humans, depend on the sustained function of their resident microorganisms. In this essay, I argue for thoughtful choice of model systems for human microbiome science. A greater variety of experimental systems, including wider use of invertebrate models, would benefit biomedical research, while systems ill-suited to experimental and genetic manipulation can be used to address very limited sets of scientific questions. Microbi...

Potential risk for bacterial contamination in conventional reused ventilator systems and disposable closed ventilator-suction systems.

Few studies have investigated the difference in bacterial contamination between conventional reused ventilator systems and disposable closed ventilator-suction systems. The aim of this study was to investigate the bacterial contamination rates of the reused and disposable ventilator systems, and the association between system disconnection and bacterial contamination of ventilator systems.

How Can Systems Biology Test Principles and Tools Using Immune Cells as a Model?

The field of systems immunology has grown extensively over the last few years, spurred by the generation of large datasets, new analytical tools, and modeling approaches. In this piece and its counterpart in Trends in Immunology [http://www.cell.com/trends/immunology/fulltext/S1471-4906(18)30013-9], eight authors discuss what immunologists can learn from systems biology and, conversely, how systems biologists can use immune cells as a model and outline the many directions this interdisciplinary field can e...

Responsive triggering systems for delivery in chronic wound healing.

Non-communicable diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and neuropathy are chronic in nature. Treatment of these diseases with traditional delivery systems is limited due to lack of site-specificity, non-spatiotemporal release and insufficient doses. Numerous responsive delivery systems which respond to both physiological and external stimuli have been reported in the literature. However, effective strategies incorporating a multifactorial approach are required to control these complex...

Systems thinking and ethics in public health: a necessary and mutually beneficial partnership.

Systems thinking has emerged as a means of conceptualizing and addressing complex public health problems, thereby challenging more commonplace understanding of problems and corresponding solutions as straightforward explanations of cause and effect. Systems thinking tries to address the complexity of problems through qualitative and quantitative modeling based on a variety of systems theories, each with their own assumptions and, more importantly, implicit and unexamined values. To date, however, there has ...

Rapid Response Systems.

Rapid response systems are commonly employed by hospitals to identify and respond to deteriorating patients outside of the intensive care unit. Controversy exists about the benefits of rapid response systems.

Contribution of Dynorphin and Orexin Neuropeptide Systems to the Motivational Effects of Alcohol.

Understanding the neural systems that drive alcohol motivation and are disrupted in alcohol use disorders is of critical importance in developing novel treatments. The dynorphin and orexin/hypocretin neuropeptide systems are particularly relevant with respect to alcohol use and misuse. Both systems are strongly associated with alcohol-seeking behaviors, particularly in cases of high levels of alcohol use as seen in dependence. Furthermore, both systems also play a role in stress and anxiety, indicating that...

Bioinspired and biomimetic systems for advanced drug and gene delivery.

Natural nanocarriers found in biological frameworks have motivated the scientists to fabricate new structures that help to build characteristic systems mimicking the natural processes. Furthermore, these bioinspired and biomimetic systems improve biocompatibility during drug and gene delivery applications. The success of such a drug delivery system depends on parameters like shape, surface, texture, movement, and preparation methods. To date, various bioinspired and biomimetic drug delivery systems are avai...

Opportunities and Challenges of Behavior Change Support Systems for Enhancing Habit Formation: A Qualitative Study.

The formation of healthy habits is considered to play a fundamental role in health behavior change. A variety of studies on Health Behavior Change Support Systems (HBCSS) have been conducted recently, in which individuals use such systems to influence their own attitudes or behaviors to achieve their personal goals. However, comparatively much less research has been devoted to studying how the users of these systems form habits with the help of HBCSS, or to understanding how to design these systems to suppo...

Engineering virus resistance via CRISPR-Cas systems.

In prokaryotes, CRISPR/Cas adaptive immunity systems target and destroy nucleic acids derived from invading bacteriophages and other foreign genetic elements. In eukaryotes, the native function of these systems has been exploited to combat viruses in mammals and plants. Rewired CRISPR/Cas9 and CRISPR/Cas13 systems have been used to confer resistance against DNA and RNA viruses, respectively. Here, we discuss recent approaches employing CRISPR/Cas systems to combat viruses in eukaryotes, highlight key challe...

Using systems evaluation theory to improve points of dispensing planning, training, and evaluation.

Recurring throughput problems served as a catalyst to search for a better approach to planning, training, and evaluating points of dispensing (POD) exercises. The paper begins with a discussion of the potential of systems thinking and systems theory to improve exercise planning, training, and evaluation. The paper then illustrates how systems concepts guided a POD design team in improving their planning, training, and evaluation strategy. The paper concludes by suggesting the application of systems thinking...

The Effect of Dyes with Different π-Linkers on Overall Performance of P-DSSCs: Lessons from Theory.

A series of Keggin-type polyoxometalates (POMs)-based organic-inorganic complexes (systems 2-8) were designed with different π-linkers based on the molybdate-pyrene hybrid (system 1). UV-vis spectra and charge transfer (CT) parameters of designed systems were systematically analyzed by density functional theory (DFT) and time-dependent DFT (TD-DFT). The results indicate that the absorption spectra are red-shifted and the absorption intensities are enhanced with increasing the number of phenylacetylene π-o...

Interplay between spontaneous decay rates and Lamb shifts in open photonic systems.

In this Letter, we describe the modified decay rate and photonic Lamb (frequency) shift of quantum emitters in terms of the resonant states of a neighboring photonic resonator. This description illustrates a fundamental distinction in the behaviors of closed (conservative) and open (dissipative) systems: the Lamb shift is bounded by the emission linewidth in closed systems while it overcomes this limit in open systems.

Recent Advancement of Clinical Information Systems: Opportunities and Challenges.

 Clinical information systems (CISs) have generated opportunities for meaningful improvements both in patient care and workflow but there is still a long way to perfection. Healthcare providers are still facing challenges of data exchange, management, and integration due to lack of functionality among these systems. Our objective here is to systematically review, synthesize, and summarize the literature that describes the current stage of clinical information systems, so as to assess the current state of ...

Evaluation of survival of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma: A comparative analysis of prognostic systems.

There are several prognostic systems that address different aspects of the patient and the tumour and can guide the management of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). This study aimed to evaluate and compare the eight staging systems for a group of patients in a public service in Brazil.

Correction to "Statistically Reconstructed Multiplexing for Very Dense, High-Channel-Count Acquisition Systems".

3 D laparoscopy versus 2 D laparoscopy : An up to date evaluation.

The 3D laparoscopy is currently under intensive discussion. At the moment the majority of newly acquired laparoscopy systems include the 3D technique. New 4K systems, which will be offered in combination with 3D, are complicating the decision-making when buying new laparoscopic systems. The aim of the article is to show the advantages and possible limitations of 3D laparoscopy. Furthermore, the position of 3D laparoscopy in the current video market is evaluated.

Verbal autopsy in health policy and systems: a literature review.

Estimates suggest that one in two deaths go unrecorded globally every year in terms of medical causes, with the majority occurring in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). This can be related to low investment in civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) systems. Verbal autopsy (VA) is a method that enables identification of cause of death where no other routine systems are in place and where many people die at home. Considering the utility of VA as a pragmatic, interim solution to the lack of funct...

Medical cyber-physical systems: A survey.

Medical cyber-physical systems (MCPS) are healthcare critical integration of a network of medical devices. These systems are progressively used in hospitals to achieve a continuous high-quality healthcare. The MCPS design faces numerous challenges, including inoperability, security/privacy, and high assurance in the system software. In the current work, the infrastructure of the cyber-physical systems (CPS) are reviewed and discussed. This article enriched the researches of the networked Medical Device (MD)...

Principles of Systems Biology, No. 31.

This month: selected work from the 2018 RECOMB meeting, organized by Ecole Polytechnique and held last April in Paris.

Zebrafish models relevant to studying central opioid and endocannabinoid systems.

The endocannabinoid and opioid systems are two interplaying neurotransmitter systems that modulate drug abuse, anxiety, pain, cognition, neurogenesis and immune activity. Although they are involved in such critical functions, our understanding of endocannabinoid and opioid physiology remains limited, necessitating further studies, novel models and new model organisms. Zebrafish (Danio rerio) is rapidly emerging as one of the most effective translational models in neuroscience and biological psychiatry. Due ...

Design Principles and Multifunctionality in Cell Encapsulation Systems for Tissue Regeneration.

Cell encapsulation systems are being increasingly applied as multifunctional strategies to regenerate tissues. Lessons afforded with encapsulation systems aiming to treat endocrine diseases seem to be highly valuable for the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM) systems of today, in which tissue regeneration and biomaterial integration are key components. Innumerous multifunctional systems for cell compartmentalization are being proposed to meet the specific needs required in the TERM field. H...


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