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Prompt admission to critical care for deteriorating ward patients

Steve Harris
Clinical data used for analysis of the (SPOT)light study
Abstract
Background
Where critical care provision is limited, some ward patients may require admission when the critical care unit is full. We used this service constraint to explore the effect of prompt admission to critical care on survival.
Methods and Findings
This was a prospective cohort study of consecutive deteriorating ward patients assessed for critical care in 49 NHS hospitals (1 November 2010 — 31 December 2011). Delay in admission to critical...

A measure of agreement across numerous conditions: Reproducibility of co-expression networks across tissues

Alejandro Caceres
Manuscript can be found in Biorxiv at

http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/04/18/125450

A measure of agreement across numerous conditions: Reproducibility of co-expression networks across tissues

Alejandro Caceres
Manuscript can be found in Biorxiv at

http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/04/18/125450

A review and evaluation of the internal structure and consistency of the Approaches to Teaching Inventory

Jordan Harshman & Marilyne Stains
This study presents a review from 39 studies that provide evidence for the structural validity and internal consistency of the Approaches to Teaching Inventory (ATI). In addition to this review, we evaluate many alternative factor structures on a sample of 267 first- and second-year chemistry faculty members participating in a professional development, a sample of instructors for which the ATI was originally designed. A total of 26 unique factor structures were evaluated. Through robust checking...

A review and evaluation of the internal structure and consistency of the Approaches to Teaching Inventory

Jordan Harshman & Marilyne Stains
This study presents a review from 39 studies that provide evidence for the structural validity and internal consistency of the Approaches to Teaching Inventory (ATI). In addition to this review, we evaluate many alternative factor structures on a sample of 267 first- and second-year chemistry faculty members participating in a professional development, a sample of instructors for which the ATI was originally designed. A total of 26 unique factor structures were evaluated. Through robust checking...

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Serge Shavirin
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Serge Shavirin
анализ поэмы анджело

DEG

Chuan Li
DEGs

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Leanne Grech
ABC 123

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Leanne Grech
ABC 123

diffraction data

Tetsuya Hoshino, Norio Watanabe, Sadao Aoki, Kenji Sakurai & Masahide Itoh
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DEG

Chuan Li
DEGs

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Ruben Tolosana
biometric data

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Ruben Tolosana
biometric data

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Ruben Tolosana
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Self-assembled nanogel of cholesterol-bearing xyloglucan as a drug delivery nanocarrier

Shin-Ichi Sawada, Hiroko Yukawa, Shigeo Takeda, Yoshihiro Sasaki & Kazunari Akiyoshi
Xyloglucan (XG) is a multibranched polysaccharide consisting of a main chain β-1,4-glucan with xylose and galactose side chains. In this study, cholesterol-bearing XG (CHXG) was synthesized by the reaction of XG with cholesteryl N- (6-isocyanatohexyl) carbamate. The CHXG molecules self-assembled in water to form nanogels consisting of about 100 molecules of XG, and were characterized using differential light scattering and transmission electron microscopy. The number of cholesteryl groups per physical cross-linking site was estimated using...

Self-assembled nanogel of cholesterol-bearing xyloglucan as a drug delivery nanocarrier

Shin-Ichi Sawada, Hiroko Yukawa, Shigeo Takeda, Yoshihiro Sasaki & Kazunari Akiyoshi
Xyloglucan (XG) is a multibranched polysaccharide consisting of a main chain β-1,4-glucan with xylose and galactose side chains. In this study, cholesterol-bearing XG (CHXG) was synthesized by the reaction of XG with cholesteryl N- (6-isocyanatohexyl) carbamate. The CHXG molecules self-assembled in water to form nanogels consisting of about 100 molecules of XG, and were characterized using differential light scattering and transmission electron microscopy. The number of cholesteryl groups per physical cross-linking site was estimated using...

Estimating Production Function for Farm Crops of Iran as a Dependent of Machinery Input Indicators, Approaching System Dynamics Methodologyitem

Behnam Jalalzadeh, Ali Mohammad Borghei & Morteza Almassi
Estimating Production Function for Farm Crops of Iran as a Dependent of Machinery Input Indicators, Approaching System Dynamics Methodology

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Ruben Tolosana
biometric data

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Ruben Tolosana
biometric data

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Spencer Riley
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Patterns of morphological and mitochondrial diversity in parapatric subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis modestus)

Amy L. Slender, Marina Louter, Michael G. Gardner & Sonia Kleindorfer
Divergence is the first phase of speciation and is commonly thought to occur more readily in allopatric populations. Subspecies are populations that are divergent but generally retain the capacity to interbreed should they come into contact. Two subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis modestus) are divergent by 1.7% at the mitochondrial ND2 gene and were previously considered to be allopatric. In this study, we discovered that the subspecies were parapatric. We use a larger sample...

Patterns of morphological and mitochondrial diversity in parapatric subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis modestus)

Amy L. Slender, Marina Louter, Michael G. Gardner & Sonia Kleindorfer
Divergence is the first phase of speciation and is commonly thought to occur more readily in allopatric populations. Subspecies are populations that are divergent but generally retain the capacity to interbreed should they come into contact. Two subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis modestus) are divergent by 1.7% at the mitochondrial ND2 gene and were previously considered to be allopatric. In this study, we discovered that the subspecies were parapatric. We use a larger sample...

Shoot the Message, Not the Messenger—Combating Pathogenic Virulence in Plants by Inhibiting Quorum Sensing Mediated Signaling Molecules

Ganesh Alagarasan
Immunity, virulence, biofilm formation, and survival in the host environment are regulated by the versatile nature of density dependent microbial cell signaling, also called quorum sensing (QS). The QS molecules can associate with host plant tissues and, at times, cause a change in its gene expression at the downstream level through inter-kingdom cross talking. Progress in controlling QS through fungicide/bactericide in pathogenic microscopic organisms has lead to a rise of antibiotic resistance pathogens. Here, we...

Shoot the Message, Not the Messenger—Combating Pathogenic Virulence in Plants by Inhibiting Quorum Sensing Mediated Signaling Molecules

Ganesh Alagarasan
Immunity, virulence, biofilm formation, and survival in the host environment are regulated by the versatile nature of density dependent microbial cell signaling, also called quorum sensing (QS). The QS molecules can associate with host plant tissues and, at times, cause a change in its gene expression at the downstream level through inter-kingdom cross talking. Progress in controlling QS through fungicide/bactericide in pathogenic microscopic organisms has lead to a rise of antibiotic resistance pathogens. Here, we...

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