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Baseline Characteristics of Patients With Heart Failure and Preserved Ejection Fraction in the PARAGON-HF Trial.

To describe the baseline characteristics of patients with heart failure and preserved left ventricular ejection fraction enrolled in the PARAGON-HF trial (Prospective Comparison of Angiotensin Receptor Neprilysin Inhibitor With Angiotensin Receptor Blocker Global Outcomes in HFpEF) comparing sacubitril/valsartan to valsartan in reducing morbidity and mortality.

Heat priming effects on anthesis heat stress in wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.) with contrasting tolerance to heat stress.

The incidence of heat episodes during the phase of reproductive development in crops is accountable for great yield losses worldwide. Plants subjected to stress events during vegetative stages (primed) are reported be more resistant to future stress exposure during the reproductive phases. We aimed to test if repeated early abiotic stresses could improve heat tolerance during anthesis in wheat cultivars. Two wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.), 'Gladius' and 'Paragon', were subjected to a heat priming pr...

Exploiting Semantic Patterns over Biomedical Knowledge Graphs for Predicting Treatment and Causative Relations.

Identifying new potential treatment options for medical conditions that cause human disease burden is a central task of biomedical research. Since all candidate drugs cannot be tested with animal and clinical trials, in vitro approaches are first attempted to identify promising candidates. Likewise, identifying different causal relations between biomedical entities is also critical to understand biomedical processes. Generally, natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning are used to predict speci...

Quality Assurance of Biomedical Terminologies and Ontologies.

The Productivity and Characteristics of Iranian Biomedical Journal: A Scientometric Analysis

Scientometrics is a discipline that analyzes scientific publications to explore the structure and growth of science. In this work, the quantitative evaluation of the productivity of the Iranian Biomedical Journal (IBJ) is reviewed.

New JBI policy emphasizes substantive, practical methodological innovations for biomedical privacy and security papers.

A Hybrid Model Based on Neural Networks for Biomedical Relation Extraction.

Biomedical relation extraction can automatically extract high-quality biomedical relations from biomedical texts, which is a vital step for the mining of biomedical knowledge hidden in the literature. Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) and convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are two major neural network models for biomedical relation extraction. Neural network-based methods for biomedical relation extraction typically focus on the sentence sequence and employ RNNs or CNNs to learn the latent features from se...

Letter to the Editor( Response from author): MeSH qualifiers, publication types and relation occurrence frequency are also useful for a better sentence-level extraction of biomedical relations.

MeSH qualifiers and types of publications as well as the occurrence frequency of relations within publications can be useful for a better sentence-level extraction of biomedical relations from scientific literature.

Item response theory evaluation of the biomedical scale of the Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale.

The assessment of health care professionals' attitudes and beliefs towards musculoskeletal pain is essential because they are key determinants of their clinical practice behaviour. The Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (PABS) biomedical scale evaluates the degree of health professionals' biomedical orientation towards musculoskeletal pain and was never assessed using item response theory (IRT). This study aimed at assessing the psychometric performance of the 10-item biomedical scale of the PABS scale using ...

Persuasive Technology in Biomedical Informatics.

A novel framework for biomedical entity sense induction.

Rapid advancements in biomedical research have accelerated the number of relevant electronic documents published online, ranging from scholarly articles to news, blogs, and user-generated social media content. Nevertheless, the vast amount of this information is poorly organized, making it difficult to navigate. Emerging technologies such as ontologies and knowledge bases (KBs) could help organize and track the information associated with biomedical research developments. A major challenge in the automatic ...

Graph-based biomedical text summarization: An itemset mining and sentence clustering approach.

Automatic text summarization offers an efficient solution to access the ever-growing amounts of both scientific and clinical literature in the biomedical domain by summarizing the source documents while maintaining their most informative contents. In this paper, we propose a novel graph-based summarization method that takes advantage of the domain-specific knowledge and a well-established data mining technique called frequent itemset mining.

Therapeutic Potential of Biomedical Cell Product in DSS-Induced Inflammation in the Small Intestine of C57Bl/6J Mice.

We studied the effect of intravenous administration of biomedical cell product (bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and media conditioned by these cells) on histological picture of the small intestine in mice with DSS-induced inflammation. It was shown that biomedical cell product promoted recovery of the intestinal mucosa in DSS-induced inflammation.

Awareness of Biomedical Waste Management among Dentists associated with Institutions and Private Practitioners of North India: A Comparative Study.

The present study aimed to obtain information about knowledge, execution, and attitude toward biomedical waste (BMW) and its management.

Case-Based Learning in Translational Biomedical Research Education Provides More Realistic and Adaptive Skills for Early-Career Scientists Than Didactic Sessions.

Case-based learning is an established means of educating students in law, business, and medicine; however, this methodology is not often applied to educating translational biomedical researchers. The application of case-based learning to translational biomedical research education allows scholars to actively engage with real-world material and apply their newfound knowledge as it is acquired.

Big Data Collision: The Internet of Things, Wearable Devices, and Genomics in the Study of Neurological Traits and Disease.

Advances in information technology (IT) hardware in the last decade has led to the advent of small connected devices broadly referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT and its subcategory of wearable devices (wearables) both have the potential to greatly impact biomedical research. This focused review covers recent biomedical research using the IoT and wearables in the area of neurological traits and disease. In addition, a look into the future of biomedical research using the IoT/wearables as wel...

Applications of Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Biomedical Research.

A brief review on the applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy in biomedical research discusses the results of more than fifty years of experience in this field. Basing on the numerous results the main directions of biomedical applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy are considered as follows: 1) studies of the quantitative changes of iron-containing biomolecules related to pathological processes; 2) studies of the qualitative changes in iron-containing biomolecules related to pathological processes; 3) studi...

Navigating the path to a biomedical science career.

The number of biomedical PhD scientists undergoing training and graduating far exceeds the number of academic faculty positions and academic research jobs. This trend compels biomedical PhD scientists to increasingly seek career paths outside of academia. Prior studies have used quantitative methodology to determine trends and outcomes of single factors contributing to this shift, but there is a literature gap in studies considering multiple factors and in qualitative work focusing on biomedical PhD scienti...

Modification of sterculia gum polysaccharide via network formation by radiation induced crosslinking polymerization for biomedical applications.

Keeping in view the therapeutic and pharmaceutical applications of sterculia gum polysaccharide in consideration, its modification has been carried out through grafting and crosslinking to develop the hydrogels for enhanced biomedical applications. Radiation method was used for formation of sterile network of sterculia gum, carbopol and graphene oxide (GO). These polymers were characterized by Cryo-SEMs, AFM, C NMR solid state, swelling studies. Some biomedical properties of hydrogels like thrombogenicity, ...

Translational science matters: forging partnerships between biomedical and behavioral science to advance the public's health.

The prevention and effective treatment of many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes are dependent on behaviors such as not smoking, adopting a physically-active lifestyle, eating a healthy diet, and adhering to prescribed medical and behavioral regimens. Yet adoption and maintenance of these behaviors pose major challenges for individuals, their families and communities, as well as clinicians and health care systems. These challenges can best be met through the integration of...

Cloud computing applications for biomedical science: A perspective.

Biomedical research has become a digital data-intensive endeavor, relying on secure and scalable computing, storage, and network infrastructure, which has traditionally been purchased, supported, and maintained locally. For certain types of biomedical applications, cloud computing has emerged as an alternative to locally maintained traditional computing approaches. Cloud computing offers users pay-as-you-go access to services such as hardware infrastructure, platforms, and software for solving common biomed...

Blood donors' preferences for blood donation for biomedical research.

Increasing numbers of blood donors are recruited to participate in biomedical research. As blood services depend on voluntary donors, successful recruitment calls for a better understanding of donors' expectations and attitudes toward the use of samples in research.

Sustained sexual behavior change following acute HIV diagnosis in Malawi.

Identification of acute HIV infection (AHI) allows important opportunities for HIV prevention through behavior change and biomedical intervention. Here, we evaluate changes in sexual risk behaviors among persons with AHI enrolled in a combined behavioral and biomedical intervention designed to reduce onward transmission of HIV.

Population genomics of wild Chinese rhesus macaques reveals a dynamic demographic history and local adaptation, with implications for biomedical research.

The rhesus macaque (RM, Macaca mulatta) is the most important nonhuman primate model in biomedical research. We present the first genomic survey of wild RMs, sequencing 81 geo-referenced individuals of five subspecies from 17 locations in China, a large fraction of the species' natural distribution.

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