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Insecticidal activity of solid lipid nanoparticle loaded by Ziziphora clinopodioides Lam. against Tribolium castaneum (Herbst, 1797) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)

Fahimeh Hosseinpour Jajarm, Gholamhossein Moravvej, Mehdi Modarres Awal & Shiva Golmohammadzadeh
Solid lipid nanoparticles (SLN) loaded by Ziziphora clinopodioides Lam. were synthesized using the method of high shear homogenization and ultra sound. The lipid phase consisted of percirol ATO5 and campritol 888 (5% w/v). Poloxamer 188 (2.5% w/v) was used as surfactant. Different amount of essential oil (1, 2, 2.5% w/v) were added to SLN. Particle size of solid lipid nanoparticle loaded by essential oil (2.5%) (SLN-EO) was 241.1 nm with poly dispersity index (PDI) of...

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Supplementary_Table_1_Classification.xlsx

Francesca Cordero
Supplementary Table 1. A. Results from the taxonomic profiling performed using metagenomic and sRNA-Seq data. The average abundance and the results from differential abundance analysis are also reported. B. List of bacterial species significantly differentially abundant between the subject groups.

Supplementary_Table_1_Classification.xlsx

Francesca Cordero
Supplementary Table 1. A. Results from the taxonomic profiling performed using metagenomic and sRNA-Seq data. The average abundance and the results from differential abundance analysis are also reported. B. List of bacterial species significantly differentially abundant between the subject groups.

Supplementary_Table_1_Classification.xlsx

Francesca Cordero
Supplementary Table 1. A. Results from the taxonomic profiling performed using metagenomic and sRNA-Seq data. The average abundance and the results from differential abundance analysis are also reported. B. List of bacterial species significantly differentially abundant between the subject groups.

Proteome database of Bacillus pumilus strain SAFR-032

Wenfa Ng
Spore-forming, the Gram-positive Bacillus pumilus is an aerobic bacterium that commonly lives in the soil. Given its resistance to a variety of environmental stressors, B. pumilus spores are also a known cause of food poisoning. This work sought to provide basic information on the proteome of B. pumilus SAFR-032 through the parsing of its UniProt proteome file with an in-house MATLAB proteome analysis software. Specifically, the resulting proteome database of the organism comprises protein name,...

Proteome database of Bacillus pumilus strain SAFR-032

Wenfa Ng
Spore-forming, the Gram-positive Bacillus pumilus is an aerobic bacterium that commonly lives in the soil. Given its resistance to a variety of environmental stressors, B. pumilus spores are also a known cause of food poisoning. This work sought to provide basic information on the proteome of B. pumilus SAFR-032 through the parsing of its UniProt proteome file with an in-house MATLAB proteome analysis software. Specifically, the resulting proteome database of the organism comprises protein name,...

Supplmentary Material from Robust subspace methods for outlier detection in genomic data circumvents the curse of dimensionality

Omar Shetta & Mahesan Niranjan
It provides material that goes through mathematical derivations, paramter tuning procedure, covergence plots of algorithms and additonal results. When supplmentary information is requiered it is referred to in the main manuscript.

Supplementary material from "Robust subspace methods for outlier detection in genomic data circumvents the curse of dimensionality"

Omar Shetta & Mahesan Niranjan
The application of machine learning to inference problems in biology is dominated by supervised learning problems of regression and classification, and unsupervised learning problems of clustering and variants of low-dimensional projections for visualization. A class of problems that have not gained much attention is detecting outliers in datasets, arising from reasons such as gross experimental, reporting or labelling errors. These could also be small parts of a dataset that are functionally distinct from the majority...

Supplementary material from "Robust subspace methods for outlier detection in genomic data circumvents the curse of dimensionality"

Omar Shetta & Mahesan Niranjan
The application of machine learning to inference problems in biology is dominated by supervised learning problems of regression and classification, and unsupervised learning problems of clustering and variants of low-dimensional projections for visualization. A class of problems that have not gained much attention is detecting outliers in datasets, arising from reasons such as gross experimental, reporting or labelling errors. These could also be small parts of a dataset that are functionally distinct from the majority...

Supplmentary Material from Robust subspace methods for outlier detection in genomic data circumvents the curse of dimensionality

Omar Shetta & Mahesan Niranjan
It provides material that goes through mathematical derivations, paramter tuning procedure, covergence plots of algorithms and additonal results. When supplmentary information is requiered it is referred to in the main manuscript.

SABINA: An Overview of Short Acting β2-Agonist use in Asthma in European Countries

Christer Janson, Andrew Menzies-Gow, Cassandra Nan, Javier Nuevo, Alberto Papi, Jennifer K Quint, Santiago Quirce & Claus F Vogelmeier
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SABINA: An Overview of Short Acting β2-Agonist use in Asthma in European Countries

Christer Janson, Andrew Menzies-Gow, Cassandra Nan, Javier Nuevo, Alberto Papi, Jennifer K Quint, Santiago Quirce & Claus F Vogelmeier
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Order parameter of dual-frequency nematic liquid crystals measured over a wide range of thicknesses

Olha Melnyk, Yuriy Garbovskiy & Anatoliy Glushchenko
Basic physical properties of liquid crystals strongly depend on the orientational order parameter. Given a fundamental importance of this parameter, it was measured for a variety of liquid crystals by means of various experimental techniques. At the same time, the reported results were limited to a relatively narrow range of thicknesses of the studied liquid crystal cells (typically, within a 1–20 µm interval). This paper presents the values of the orientational order parameter of dual-frequency...

Order parameter of dual-frequency nematic liquid crystals measured over a wide range of thicknesses

Olha Melnyk, Yuriy Garbovskiy & Anatoliy Glushchenko
Basic physical properties of liquid crystals strongly depend on the orientational order parameter. Given a fundamental importance of this parameter, it was measured for a variety of liquid crystals by means of various experimental techniques. At the same time, the reported results were limited to a relatively narrow range of thicknesses of the studied liquid crystal cells (typically, within a 1–20 µm interval). This paper presents the values of the orientational order parameter of dual-frequency...

The supracerebellar infratentorial approach in pineal region tumors: Technique and outcome in an underprivileged setting

Mahmoud Abbassy, Khaled Aref, Ahmed Farhoud & Anwar Hekal
Pineal region tumors represent 1.5–8.5% of the pediatric brain tumors. Management includes endoscopic third ventriculostomy and biopsy in cases presenting with hydrocephalus. In addition, surgical resection provides survival advantage in selected cases. The supracerebellar infratentorial approach is a widely preferred approach for such region. After approval of the local ethics committee of Alexandria University and acquisition of the appropriate formal consents according to the committee’s standards, we have reviewed the records of fifteen cases presenting...

The supracerebellar infratentorial approach in pineal region tumors: Technique and outcome in an underprivileged setting

Mahmoud Abbassy, Khaled Aref, Ahmed Farhoud & Anwar Hekal
Pineal region tumors represent 1.5–8.5% of the pediatric brain tumors. Management includes endoscopic third ventriculostomy and biopsy in cases presenting with hydrocephalus. In addition, surgical resection provides survival advantage in selected cases. The supracerebellar infratentorial approach is a widely preferred approach for such region. After approval of the local ethics committee of Alexandria University and acquisition of the appropriate formal consents according to the committee’s standards, we have reviewed the records of fifteen cases presenting...

Knowledge of basic life support among the students of Jazan University, Saudi Arabia: Is it adequate to save a life?

Awais Ahmad, Naseem Akhter, Raju K. Mandal, Mohammed Y. Areeshi, Mohtashim Lohani, Mohammad Irshad, Mohsen Alwadaani & Shafiul Haque
Basic Life Support [BLS; including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)] is a part of medical skills utilized in case of an emergency medical care to save human lives. It is well established that the young students can become major healthcare supportive workforce for a community including the cases of emergency. Therefore, adequate knowledge of BLS is necessary for all the university attending students. This study evaluated the awareness of BLS knowledge and attitude towards BLS training among...

Knowledge of basic life support among the students of Jazan University, Saudi Arabia: Is it adequate to save a life?

Awais Ahmad, Naseem Akhter, Raju K. Mandal, Mohammed Y. Areeshi, Mohtashim Lohani, Mohammad Irshad, Mohsen Alwadaani & Shafiul Haque
Basic Life Support [BLS; including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)] is a part of medical skills utilized in case of an emergency medical care to save human lives. It is well established that the young students can become major healthcare supportive workforce for a community including the cases of emergency. Therefore, adequate knowledge of BLS is necessary for all the university attending students. This study evaluated the awareness of BLS knowledge and attitude towards BLS training among...

Characterization of abnormal sleep patterns in patients with obesity, type 2 diabetes, or combined

Aliaa Ali El-Aghoury, Tamer Mohamed Elsherbiny, Neveen Lewis, Tarek Mohamed Salem & Nesma Osman
Introduction: Obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus have reached epidemic proportions worldwide. Abnormal sleep has been linked to both incident and prevalent obesity and type 2 diabetes. We aimed to characterize abnormal sleep patterns [ASP's] in patients with obesity, type 2 diabetes, or both. Subjects: The study included 92 subjects divided into four groups: Group 1, 23 obese patients (BMI > 30) with type 2 diabetes mellitus; Group 2, 23 non-obese diabetic patients; group 3,...

Diagnostic performance of GeneXpert and Ziehl-Neelson microscopy in the detection of tuberculosis in Benue State, Nigeria

Enenche Francis Ejeh, Ann Undiandeye, Victor O. Akinseye, Kenneth O. Okon, Haruna M. Kazeem, Caleb Ayuba Kudi & Simeon Idowu B. Cadmus
Accurate and timely diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) is key to effective treatment and management. This study was designed to compare the diagnostic performance of GeneXpert and Ziehl-Neelson (ZN) microscopy test using culture as the reference. Cross-sectional study was conducted in a tertiary hospital to compare the performance of GeneXpert and ZN test among HIV and non-HIV patients. Sputum samples were collected from 261 suspected TB patients and analyzed in the laboratory using GeneXpert, ZN test...

Characterization of abnormal sleep patterns in patients with obesity, type 2 diabetes, or combined

Aliaa Ali El-Aghoury, Tamer Mohamed Elsherbiny, Neveen Lewis, Tarek Mohamed Salem & Nesma Osman
Introduction: Obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus have reached epidemic proportions worldwide. Abnormal sleep has been linked to both incident and prevalent obesity and type 2 diabetes. We aimed to characterize abnormal sleep patterns [ASP's] in patients with obesity, type 2 diabetes, or both. Subjects: The study included 92 subjects divided into four groups: Group 1, 23 obese patients (BMI > 30) with type 2 diabetes mellitus; Group 2, 23 non-obese diabetic patients; group 3,...

Diagnostic performance of GeneXpert and Ziehl-Neelson microscopy in the detection of tuberculosis in Benue State, Nigeria

Enenche Francis Ejeh, Ann Undiandeye, Victor O. Akinseye, Kenneth O. Okon, Haruna M. Kazeem, Caleb Ayuba Kudi & Simeon Idowu B. Cadmus
Accurate and timely diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) is key to effective treatment and management. This study was designed to compare the diagnostic performance of GeneXpert and Ziehl-Neelson (ZN) microscopy test using culture as the reference. Cross-sectional study was conducted in a tertiary hospital to compare the performance of GeneXpert and ZN test among HIV and non-HIV patients. Sputum samples were collected from 261 suspected TB patients and analyzed in the laboratory using GeneXpert, ZN test...

A post-marketing survey evaluating the safety and efficacy of a fixed-dose single-pill combination of cilnidipine and valsartan in patients with hypertension: Real-world JSH 2014 and 2019 implementations

Saori Matsuda, Shinobu Nagahama, Yoshiki Kurose, Maki Wakabayashi, Hitoshi Sugii, Tsukasa Teshima, Noriyuki Suzuki & Kazuomi Kario
Methods: The home blood pressure control by a single-pill combination of cilnidipine and valsartan (HOPE-Combi) survey sought to evaluate the safety and efficacy of cilnidipine 10 mg/valsartan 80 mg single-pill combination (SPC of Cil/Val) treatment in patients with hypertension for over 12 months. Of 2622 subjects’ data; we analyzed 2572 cases for safety and 2372 cases for efficacy. Results: Adverse drug reaction (ADR) incidence rate was 3.77% (97 of 2572 patients). The frequency of ADRs...

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