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Response by Naidoo et al to Letter Regarding Article "Early Life Factors and Longitudinal Blood Pressure Trajectories Are Associated With Elevated Blood Pressure in Early Adulthood: BT20 Cohort".


Letter by Messerli et al Regarding Article "Early Life Factors and Longitudinal Blood Pressure Trajectories Are Associated With Elevated Blood Pressure in Early Adulthood: BT20 Cohort".

Exposure to early life adversity alters the future behavioral response to a stressful challenge in BALB/C mice.

Depression is considered as a maladaptive response to stress in adult life. Exposure to stress in early childhood is recognized as a risk factor for being unable to adapt to environmental changes in adult life. Early life stress (ELS) has been modelled in animals to help understand the behavioral outcome of the adversity. Periodic maternal separation (MS) in rodents for the first two weeks of life is one such model. We used MS as a form of ELS in Balb/c mice to study its effect on a stressful challenge enco...


Response by Mahler et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Safely Identifying Emergency Department Patients With Acute Chest Pain for Early Discharge: HEART Pathway Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol".

Response to the letter of Drs. Dani and Pittella.

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to the letter of Drs. Dani and Pittella concerning our recently published article "Neuropathological lesions in the very old: results from a large Brazilian autopsy study" (5). In this work analyzing the distribution of common neuropathological lesions associated with cognitive decline in individuals who died between the 6 and 8 decade of life vs. older individuals, we found a higher frequency of neuropathological lesions in the very old group.

Response by Wu et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Glucose-Sensitive Myokine/Cardiokine MG53 Regulates Systemic Insulin Response and Metabolic Homeostasis".

Association of Maternal Neurodevelopmental Risk Alleles With Early-Life Exposures.

Early-life exposures, such as prenatal maternal lifestyle, illnesses, nutritional deficiencies, toxin levels, and adverse birth events, have long been considered potential risk factors for neurodevelopmental disorders in offspring. However, maternal genetic factors could be confounding the association between early-life exposures and neurodevelopmental outcomes in offspring, which makes inferring a causal relationship problematic.

Early life risk factors of motor, cognitive and language development: a pooled analysis of studies from low/middle-income countries.

To determine the magnitude of relationships of early life factors with child development in low/middle-income countries (LMICs).

Intergenerational fitness effects of the early life environment in a wild rodent.

1.The early life environment can have profound, long-lasting effects on an individual's fitness. For example, early life quality might (1) positively associate with fitness (a silver spoon effect), (2) stimulate a predictive adaptive response (by adjusting the phenotype to the quality of the environment to maximize fitness) or (3) be obscured by subsequent plasticity. Potentially, the effects of the early life environment can persist beyond one generation, though the intergenerational plasticity on fitness ...

Advance in Stress for Depressive Disorder.

Stress is an adaptive response to environment aversive stimuli and a common life experience of one's daily life. Chronic or excessive stress especially that happened in early life is found to be deleterious to individual's physical and mental health, which is highly related to depressive disorders onset. Stressful life events are consistently considered to be the high-risk factors of environment for predisposing depressive disorders. In linking stressful life events with depressive disorder onset, dysregula...

Prenatal and early life exposure to indoor air-polluting factors and allergic sensitization at 2 years of age.

Previous studies have suggested that exposures to indoor air-polluting factors during pregnancy and early life can influence childhood allergy development. These exposures have been investigated in singularity, however the effect of simultaneous exposure to multiple factors remains unclear.

Early Life Child Micronutrient Status, Maternal Reasoning, and a Nurturing Household Environment have Persistent Influences on Child Cognitive Development at Age 5 years: Results from MAL-ED.

Child cognitive development is influenced by early-life insults and protective factors. To what extent these factors have a long-term legacy on child development and hence fulfillment of cognitive potential is unknown.

Influence of early-life factors on the development of endometriosis.

Our aim was to study the association between early-life factors and the development of endometriosis.

Individual variation in early-life telomere length and survival in a wild mammal.

Individual variation in survival probability due to differential responses to early-life environmental conditions is important in the evolution of life-histories and senescence. A biomarker allowing quantification of such individual variation, and which links early-life environmental conditions with survival by providing a measure of conditions experienced, is telomere length. Here, we examined telomere dynamics among 24 cohorts of European badgers (Meles meles). We found a complex cross-sectional relations...

Response by Akyürek et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Targeting Filamin A Reduces Macrophage Activity and Atherosclerosis".

Early life of fathers affects offspring fitness in a wild rodent.

Intergenerational fitness effects on offspring due to the early life of the parent are well studied from the standpoint of the maternal environment, but intergenerational effects owing to the paternal early life environment are often overlooked. Nonetheless, recent laboratory studies in mammals and ecologically relevant studies in invertebrates predict that paternal effects can have a major impact on the offspring's phenotype. These non-genetic, environment-dependent paternal effects provide a mechanism for...

Life satisfaction trajectories of junior high school students in poverty: Exploring the role of self-efficacy and social support.

Adolescents' evaluation of overall life in response to adverse life circumstances may depend on the features of events as well as the resources of the youngsters, but there is a lack of research examining whether these factors relate to life satisfaction trajectories from early adolescence to late adolescence (ranging from age 12 to 19). This study analyzes whether controllable negative life events, internal resources, (e.g., self-efficacy) and external resources, (e.g., three sources of social support) pre...

Response by Montone et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Optimized Treatment of ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction".

Early life disadvantage, phenotypic programming, and health disparities.

Much research finds that early life socioeconomic disadvantage predicts poorer health later in life, even among those whose conditions improve in adulthood. Although there are numerous factors that contribute to this association, recent research suggests that growing up in adverse socioecological environments may promote developmental patterns that facilitate pre-reproductive survival in harsh environments, but can also come at the cost of reduced longevity. Here, we review recent research demonstrating tha...

Response by Pfeffer et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction in Perspective".

Response by Pompilio et al to Letter Regarding Article, "G-CSF for Extensive STEMI: Results From the STEM-AMI OUTCOME CMR Substudy".

Response by Mo and Hsu to Letter Regarding Article, "Shear-Induced CCN1 Promotes Atheroprone Endothelial Phenotypes and Atherosclerosis".

Response to "Macrosteatosis is a huge problem in liver transplantation - however, not the only one we face".

Thank you for your interest in our article: The Impact of Post-Reperfusion Syndrome During Liver Transplantation Using Livers with Significant Macrosteatosis [1]. The goal of our study was to demonstrate the very real risk of significant post-reperfusion syndrome and potential for cardiac arrest at the time of reperfusion when using livers with documented macrosteatosis of ≥30%. As the authors of the letter state, post-reperfusion syndrome is not unique to this situation and can be seen with a variety of ...

Early life selective knockdown of the TrkB receptor and maternal separation modulates adult stress phenotype.

Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) is a neurotrophin that has been implicated in mood and anxiety disorders and is upregulated by antidepressants. It has marked effects on synaptic and extra-synaptic plasticity through tropomyosin receptor kinase B (TrkB). Importantly, early life stressors that affect BDNF production are known to predispose individuals towards the later development of depression or anxiety disorders. Yet, few studies have actually assessed the long-term impact of selective early life ...

Response by Hashimoto et al to Letter Regarding Article "Potential Influences of Gut Microbiota on the Formation of Intracranial Aneurysm".


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