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Protective effects of St. John's wort in the hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury in rats.

The purpose of this study was to investigate possible protective effects of St. John's wort in the hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury.


The safety of St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) in pregnancy and lactation: A systematic review of rodent studies.

Herbal products are popular among women during the perinatal period. St John's wort (SJW), Hypericum perforatum, is a common remedy for mild depression, a problem prevalent in this population. Although the safety of herbal products must be investigated, ethical issues constrain intervention studies in humans. Hence, animal studies often inform clinical decisions. The objective of this study is to systematically review rodent studies assessing the safety of SJW during the perinatal period. A literature searc...

St. John's Wort accelerates the liver clearance of technetium-99-sestamibi in rats.

The intense liver uptake of technetium-99-sestamibi (Tc-MIBI) and photon scattering from the liver cause problems in quantitative perfusion interpretation. Hence, Tc-MIBI is a substrate for P-glycoprotein pump; variations in P-glycoprotein levels may affect liver clearance.


Cortical alterations in phobic postural vertigo - a multimodal imaging approach.

Functional dizziness syndromes are among the most common diagnoses made in patients with chronic dizziness, but their underlying neural characteristics are largely unknown. The aim of this neuroimaging study was to analyze the disease-specific brain changes in patients with phobic postural vertigo (PPV).

Hypericin-assisted photodynamic therapy against anaplastic thyroid cancer.

Hypericin (HYP) extracted from St. John's wort ( Hypericum perforatum L.) is a natural photosensitizer in clinical photodynamic therapy (PDT). The PDT is one of the powerful methods for cancer treatments because of its excellent tumoritropic characteristics and photosensitizing properties. However, limited reports on the efficacy of PDT on the anaplastic thyroid cancer (ATC) have been published. Especially HYP-associated PDT has not been investigated in vitro and in vivo. In this study, we evaluated the eff...

St. John's Wort Regulates Proliferation and Apoptosis in MCF-7 Human Breast Cancer Cells by Inhibiting AMPK/mTOR and Activating the Mitochondrial Pathway.

St. John's Wort (SJW) has been used as an estrogen agonist in the systems affected by menopause. Also, hypericin, a bioactive compound of SJW, has been used as a photosensitizer in photodynamic therapy. In the present study, we investigate the anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic effects of SJW to demonstrate the chemo-preventive effect in human breast cancer cells. MCF-7 cells were cultured with DMSO or various concentrations of SJW ethanol extract (SJWE). Cell viability, proliferation, apoptosis, the expr...

Barking mad: The vocalisation of the John Dory, Zeus faber.

Studies on the behavioural function of sounds are very rare within heterospecific interactions. John Dory (Zeus faber) is a solitary, predatory fish that produces sound when captured, but has not been documented to vocalize under natural conditions (i.e. in the wild). The present study provides the first in-situ recordings of John Dory vocalisations and correlates them to behavioural response of snapper (Pagrus auratus) a common species found through New Zealand. Vocalisations or 'barks', ranged between 200...

Tracking, Behavior and Fate of 58 Pesticides Originated from Hops during Beer Brewing.

The study presents tracking of 58 pesticide residues associated with hops to estimate their carryover into brewed beer. The pesticides were spiked onto organic hops at a concentration of 15 mg/kg, and the wort was boiled with the artificially contaminated hops and fermented on a laboratory scale. Samples were collected during the whole brewing process and pesticide residues were extracted using a method known as QuEChERS (quick, easy, cheap, effective, rugged, and safe). An HPLC-HR-MS/MS method was develope...

John D. Biggers (1923-2018).

John D. Biggers, one of the true pioneers in the field of reproductive biology, passed away at his home in Lexington, Massachusetts on April 7, 2018. His scientific career spanned seven decades, with more than 175 peer-reviewed papers and many reviews and book chapters published beginning in 1951 and continuing through 2016. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Susceptibility to Fear of Heights in Bilateral Vestibulopathy and Other Disorders of Vertigo and Balance.

To determine the susceptibility to visual height intolerance (vHI) in patients with acquired bilateral vestibulopathy (BVP). The question was whether postural instability in BVP, which is partially compensated for by visual substitution of the impaired vestibular control of balance, leads to an increased susceptibility. This is of particular importance since fear of heights is dependent on body posture, and visual control of balance at heights can no longer substitute vestibular input. For comparison suscep...

2018 Health Physics Society Military Health Physics Section John C. Taschner Leadership Award: Presented to CAPTAIN JOHN J. CARDARELLI II at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society Cleveland, Ohio 15-19 July 2018.

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for treatment of phobic postural vertigo: an open label pilot study.

Treatment of Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) and Related Disorders.

Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD) is a newly defined disorder of functional dizziness that in the International Classification of Diseases in its 11th revision (ICD-11) supersedes phobic postural vertigo and chronic subjective dizziness. Despite efforts to unify the diagnosis of functional (somatoform) dizziness, patients will present with a variety of triggers, perpetuating factors, and comorbidities, requiring individualized treatment. This article will review different treatment strategies ...

Cortical biometals: Changed levels in suicide and with mood disorders.

Changes in levels of metals have been suggested to contribute to the pathophysiologies of several neurodegenerative disorders but to our knowledge this is the first metallomic study in CNS from patients with mood disorders. The focus of this study was on cortical regions affected by the pathophysiologies of bipolar disorders and major depressive disorders.

Prenylated β-diketones, two new additions to the family of biologically active Hypericum perforatum L. (Hypericaceae) secondary metabolites.

Two novel β-diketones, 2,6,9-trimethyl-8-decene-3,5-dione (A) and 3,7,10-trimethyl-9-undecene-4,6-dione (B), were identified from the renowned medicinal plant Hypericum perforatum L. The structures of β-diketones A and B were corroborated by syntheses (4 steps starting from methyl acetoacetate, overall yields 30% and 23%, respectively). In solution, these β-diketones predominantly exist as two rapidly interconverting β-keto-enol tautomers. The structures of A and B show some common fragments with the mo...

A review of the neurobiological underpinning of comorbid substance use and mood disorders.

There is evidence that substance use disorders and other mental disorders may have shared biological mechanisms. However, the neurobiological basis of this comorbidity remains only partially explained. This review describes the historical evolution of the dual disorders concept and approach, and reviews the existing literature on neurobiological findings specifically regarding comorbid substance use and mood disorders.

Sleep Disorders.

Sleep disorders are frequent and can have serious consequences on patients' health and quality of life. While some sleep disorders are more challenging to treat, most can be easily managed with adequate interventions. We review the main diagnostic features of six major sleep disorders (insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, sleep-disordered breathing, hypersomnia/narcolepsy, parasomnias, and restless legs syndrome/periodic limb movement disorder) to aid medical practitioners in screening and treating sleep d...

Reporting of Clinical Genome Sequencing Results.

High-throughput sequencing and high-performance computing technologies have become powerful tools in clinical genetic diagnosis of hereditary disorders and genetic screening of healthy individuals to provide information for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases or impairment and assessment of health. For patients with undiagnosed disorders, including many rare disorders, the whole-genome sequencing (WGS) test may end the diagnostic odyssey, ultimately guiding clinical care for them and their ...

Quality of Life across Mental Disorders in Psychiatric Outpatients.

Literature has shown that individuals with various psychiatric disorders experience a lower quality of life (QoL). However, few have examined QoL across disorders. The current study explored differences in QoL and symptom severity across 4 psychiatric diagnostic groups: anxiety disorders (including obsessive compulsive disorder [OCD]), depressive disorders, schizophrenia, and pathological gambling.

A framework for treating DSM-5 alternative model for personality disorder features.

Despite its demonstrated empirical superiority over the DSM-5 Section 2 categorical model of personality disorders for organizing the features of personality pathology, limitations remain with regard to the translation of the DSM-5 Section 3 alternative model of personality disorders (AMPD) to clinical practice. The goal of this paper is to outline a general and preliminary framework for approaching treatment from the perspective of the AMPD. Specific techniques are discussed for the assessment and treatmen...

Scalable and durable polymeric icephobic and hydrate-phobic coatings.

Ice formation and accumulation on surfaces can result in severe problems for solar photovoltaic installations, offshore oil platforms, wind turbines and aircrafts. In addition, blockage of pipelines by formation and accumulation of clathrate hydrates of natural gases has safety and economical concerns in oil and gas operations, particularly at high pressures and low temperatures such as those found in subsea or arctic environments. Practical adoption of icephobic/hydrate-phobic surfaces requires mechanical ...

Raymond John Lipicky, MD.

The Level of Personality Functioning Scale-Brief Form 2.0: Update of a brief instrument for assessing level of personality functioning.

Section III of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.) introduced the alternative model of personality disorders that includes assessing levels of personality functioning. Here, we describe the development, preliminary psychometric evaluation and sensitivity to change of a revised brief self-report questionnaire, the Level of Personality Functioning Scale-Brief Form 2.0 (LPFS-BF 2.0). Patients (N = 201) referred to a specialized centre for the assessment and treatment of person...

Efficacy of the Unified Protocol for transdiagnostic treatment of comorbid psychopathology accompanying emotional disorders compared to treatments targeting single disorders.

This study aimed to examine whether the Unified Protocol (UP), a transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioral therapy for emotional disorders (i.e., anxiety, mood, and related disorders), is efficacious in the treatment of co-occurring emotional disorders compared to established single disorder protocols (SDPs) that target specific disorders (e.g., panic disorder).

Human Genetics of Sclerosing Bone Disorders.

The group of sclerosing bone disorders encompasses a variety of disorders all marked by increased bone mass. In this review, we give an overview of the genetic causes of this heterogeneous group of disorders and briefly touch upon the value of these findings for the development of novel therapeutic agents.


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