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Macrophage Cytological Profiling and Anti-Inflammatory Drug Discovery.

Millions of people are affected by diseases and conditions related to the immune system. Unfortunately, our current supply of approved anti-inflammatory medicine is very limited and only treats a small fraction of inflammatory diseases. Nearly half of the drugs on the market today are natural products and natural product derivatives. The long-term objective of my research is to continue efforts toward the discovery of diverse chemical compounds and their mechanism of action (MOA) to inspire the next generat...


The adoption of sustainable practices: A supplier's perspective.

Suppliers' adoption of sustainable practices plays a critical role for global companies to improve environmental performance. Based on the absorptive capacity theory, this study empirically explores how suppliers' knowledge bases and power relationships influence their adoption of sustainability practices. A longitudinal case study with eight suppliers has been conducted. We find that the adoption of leading sustainable practices requires a supplier's good knowledge base whereas a supplier can adopt imitati...

Linking fire and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Fire is a ubiquitous natural disturbance that affects 3-4% of the Earth's surface each year. It is a tool used by humans for land clearing and burning of agricultural wastes. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) do not explicitly mention fire, though many of the Goals are affected by the beneficial and adverse consequences of fires on ecosystem services. There are at least three compelling reasons to include a fire perspective in the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Develo...


Neurosurgery and Sustainable Development Goals.

On September 25, 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a 17-goal action plan to transform the world by the year 2030, ushering in the Era of Sustainable Development. These Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were designed to continue where the preceding Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) left off, expanding on the MDG successes, and facing the challenges encountered during the prior decade and-a-half. The current Era of Sustainable Development and its impact on a breadth of neurosurgical conce...

Environmental management partner selection for reverse supply chain collaboration: A sustainable approach.

The Indian electronics industry is facing immense pressure to include sustainability practices in order to meet customer expectations, comply with legislation and create an edge over competitors. This growing need for inclusion of sustainability is driving original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to collaborate with third-party reverse logistics providers (3PRLPs) to sustainably manage returns. Collaboration with 3PRLP will put OEMs in a stronger position regarding compliance with government legislation, imp...

Risk to the supply of ecosystem services across aquatic ecosystems.

The capacity of ecosystems to supply ecosystem services is decreasing. Sustaining this supply requires an understanding of the links between the impacts of pressures introduced by human activities and how this can lead to changes in the supply of services. Here, we apply a novel approach, assessing 'risk to ecosystem service supply' (RESS), across a range of aquatic ecosystems in seven case studies. We link aggregate impact risk from human activities on ecosystem components, with a relative score of their p...

Troubleshooting the problems arising from sustainable development.

Sustainable development as a concept of societal development encompasses some problems that need to be addressed carefully. They relate to overcoming the technical limits of individual systems, reducing environmental impact, social inclusion, green economic progress involving all stakeholders, limiting the impact of human activities, etc. Over the past few years, as a result of the increasingly pronounced climate change, more and more studies are addressing these problems and stress the importance of sustai...

Heterologous expression-facilitated natural products' discovery in actinomycetes.

Actinomycetes produce many of the drugs essential for human and animal health as well as crop protection. Genome sequencing projects launched over the past two decades reveal dozens of cryptic natural product biosynthetic gene clusters in each actinomycete genome that are not expressed under regular laboratory conditions. This so-called 'chemical dark matter' represents a potentially rich untapped resource for drug discovery in the genomic era. Through improved understanding of natural product biosynthetic ...

An evolving assessment model for environmental carrying capacity: A case study of coral reef islands.

Environmental carrying capacity (ECC) provides an insight into measuring sustainability of the vulnerable coral reef islands. However, an integrated assessment of ECC on the social-ecological system of reef islands is rarely existence. And conventional approaches miss addressing the difference of social development, which would lead to a misinterpretation of sustainable development of reef island system. This study develops an evolving model of RI-ECC which incorporates five specific development phases, and...

Assessing the Capacity of Ecosystems to Supply Ecosystem Services Using Remote Sensing and An Ecosystem Accounting Approach.

Ecosystems contribute to economic development through the supply of ecosystem services such as food and fresh water. Information on ecosystems and their services is required to support policy making, but this information is not captured in economic statistics. Ecosystem accounting has been developed to integrate ecosystems and ecosystem services into national accounts. Ecosystem accounting includes the compilation of an ecosystem services supply and use account, which reflects actual flows of ecosystem serv...

Correction: The value of universally available raw NMR data for transparency, reproducibility, and integrity in natural product research.

Correction for 'The value of universally available raw NMR data for transparency, reproducibility, and integrity in natural product research' by James B. McAlpine et al., Nat. Prod. Rep., 2018, DOI: 10.1039/c7np00064b.

Preparation of Structurally Diverse Compounds from the Natural Product Lycorine.

The synthesis of a 52-member compound collection from the natural product lycorine is reported, highlighted by divergent cross-coupling and substitution strategies and an unusual ring rearrangement induced by reaction with aryne intermediates.

Recent advances in engineering Corynebacterium glutamicum for utilization of hemicellulosic biomass.

Corynebacterium glutamicum has been mainly used for industrial production of amino acids, and in recent years, it has also been successfully engineered to broaden its range of substrate and product profiles. In particular, C. glutamicum has been engineered to use non-natural sugar substrates (mainly pentoses) derived from hemicellulosic feedstock, which is the second abundant component of lignocellulosic biomass. Engineering of the host in this context can greatly contribute to the development of an economi...

A Case of Keraunoparalysis: A Bolt from the Blue.

Keraunoparalysis is a catastrophic but fortunately totally reversible neuroparalysis of the limbs occurring due to a lightning strike. One such case with transient right hemiparesis along with a brief account of the pathophysiology of this unique neurologic problem has been presented here.

Pyridoxal phosphate-dependent reactions in the biosynthesis of natural products.

Covering: up to mid-2018Pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP) is a versatile organic cofactor used to catalyze diverse reactions on amino acid, oxoacid, and amine substrates. Here we review the reactions catalyzed by PLP-dependent enzymes, highlighting enzymes reported in the natural product biosynthetic literature. We describe enzymes that catalyze transaminations, Claisen-like condensations, and β- and γ-eliminations and substitutions, along with epimerizations, decarboxylations, and transaldolations. Finally, w...

Solid-Phase-Based Total Synthesis and Stereochemical Assignment of the Cryptic Natural Product Aurantizolicin.

The total synthesis and stereochemical assignment of the polyazole cyclopeptide aurantizolicin was achieved by connecting the solution synthesis of building blocks with solid-phase peptide synthesis. Macrothiolactonization and an aza-Wittig reaction provided the natural product macrocycle in high yield as well as key stereoisomers. NMR comparison as well as isolation of the natural product from the producer organism Streptomyces aurantiacus confirmed the presence and sequence of one l-Ile and one d- allo-Il...

New voyages to explore the natural product galaxy.

Natural products are a large family of diverse and complex chemical molecules that have roles in both primary and secondary metabolism, and over 210,000 natural products have been described. Secondary metabolite natural products are of high commercial and societal value with therapeutic uses as antibiotics, antifungals, antitumor and antiparasitic products and in agriculture as products for crop protection and animal health. There is a resurgence of activity in exploring natural products for a wide range of...

Evaluation of ecological sustainability based on a revised three-dimensional ecological footprint model in Shandong Province, China.

This study used the revised three-dimensional ecological footprint model (3DEF), to calculate the status of sustainable ecological development in Shandong Province in 2010-2015, analyze dynamic changes in sustainability characteristics, and explore factors affecting sustainable development. The results showed the following (Wackernagel & Rees, 1996). Seventeen prefecture-level cities featured varying degrees of ecological deficits, and ecological development was unsustainable in all cities (Wackernagel et a...

Biotechnological strategies for the recovery of valuable and critical raw materials from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) - A review.

Critical raw materials (CRMs) are essential in the development of novel high-tech applications. They are essential in sustainable materials and green technologies, including renewable energy, emissionfree electric vehicles and energy-efficient lighting. However, the sustainable supply of CRMs is a major concern. Recycling end-of-life devices is an integral element of the CRMs supply policy of many countries. Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is an important secondary source of CRMs. Currently...

Traditional health practitioners and sustainable development: a case study in South Africa.

To highlight legal and regulatory advances relating to South African traditional health practitioners (THPs) over the past 10 years and discuss the implications for the translation of health policies into guidelines for sustainable practice supporting public health.

Multi-criteria decision-making for sustainable metropolitan cities assessment.

The recent development of metropolitan cities, especially in Europe, requires an effective integrated management of city services, infrastructure, and communication networks at a metropolitan level. A preliminary step towards a proper organizational and management strategy of the metropolitan city is the analysis, benchmarking and optimization of the metropolitan areas through a set of indicators coherent with the overall sustainability objective of the metropolitan city. This paper proposes the use of the ...

Integrating supply and demand in cultural ecosystem services assessment: a case study of Cuihua Mountain (China).

As human demand for ecosystem services (ES) continues to increase, ES assessments have gradually become a popular research topic. Among ES, cultural ES (CES) are often overlooked and are difficult to measure during research because of their invisibility. However, the importance and usage of CES increase with supply and demand, which is key to linking the ecosystem with human well-being. This paper quantitatively evaluates various cultural services and generates corresponding Value Index (VI) maps; it then f...

Bioprocesses for 2-phenylethanol and 2-phenylethyl acetate production: current state and perspectives.

2-Phenylethanol (2-PE) and 2-phenethyl acetate (2-PEA) are valuable generally recognized as safe flavoring agents widely used in industry. Perfumes, pharmaceuticals, polishes, and personal care products, are some of the final products using these compounds as additives due to their rose-like odor. Also, 2-PE is used in disinfectants, pest control, and cleaning products due to its biocide capability. Although most of these additives production are derived from chemical synthesis, the current trend of consume...

Heterologous expression of bacterial natural product biosynthetic pathways.

Covering: 2013 to June 2018Heterologous expression of natural product biosynthetic pathways is of increasing interest in microbial biotechnology, drug discovery and optimization. It empowers not only the robust production of valuable biomolecules in more amenable heterologous hosts but also permits the generation of novel analogs through biosynthetic engineering. This strategy also facilitates the discovery of novel bioactive compounds following the functional expression of cryptic biosynthetic gene cluster...

Is 2030 too soon for Africa to achieve the water and sanitation sustainable development goal?

Water-Sanitation-Hygiene (WASH) remains vital for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, yet many countries have not localised the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG 6, which focuses on ensuring the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Even in leading African economies such as South Africa, many communities still use the bucket system for sanitation. Using a Composite Index drawn from three indicators whose data were available for 53 of the 54 Af...


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