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Risk Prediction of The Diabetes Missing Million: Identifying Individuals At High Risk Of Diabetes And Diabetes-Related Complications

Marc Evans, Angharad R. Morgan, , , Sharlene Greenwood, Philip Newland-Jones, Debbie Hicks, Zaheer Yousef, Jim Moore, Bethany Kelly, Sarah Davies & Umesh Dashora
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Risk Prediction of The Diabetes Missing Million: Identifying Individuals At High Risk Of Diabetes And Diabetes-Related Complications

Marc Evans, Angharad R. Morgan, , , Sharlene Greenwood, Philip Newland-Jones, Debbie Hicks, Zaheer Yousef, Jim Moore, Bethany Kelly, Sarah Davies & Umesh Dashora
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Prevalence of Incretin-mimetic and Sodium-Glucose-Transporter-2-Inhibitor Therapy in German Hospitalized Type-2-Diabetics Following Myocardial Revascularization: An Observational Study

Rainer U. Pliquett, Linda Golle, Andreas Wienke & Matthias Girndt
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Brain Imaging Findings and Response to Intravenous Thrombolysis in Posterior Circulation Stroke

, Zuzana Sedláčková, Jakub Čivrný, Michal Král, Petra Divišová, Petr Polidar, Daniel Šaňák, Jana Zapletalová & Petr Kaňovský
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Brain Imaging Findings and Response to Intravenous Thrombolysis in Posterior Circulation Stroke

, Zuzana Sedláčková, Jakub Čivrný, Michal Král, Petra Divišová, Petr Polidar, Daniel Šaňák, Jana Zapletalová & Petr Kaňovský
Article full text The article associated with this page has been accepted for online publication and is in the final stages of production. The link to the full text will be made available on this page in the next few days. The above summary slide represents the opinions of the authors. For a full list of declarations, including funding and author disclosure statements, please see the full text online (see “read the peer-reviewed publication” opposite)....

High-NA two-photon single cell imaging with remote focusing using a diffractive tunable lens

Molly May, Martin Bawart, Michiel Langeslag, Stefan Bernet, Michaela Kress, Monika Ritsch-Marte & Alexander Jesacher
Fast, volumetric structural and functional imaging of cellular and sub-cellular dynamics inside the living brain is one of the most desired capabilities in the neurosciences, but still faces serious challenges. Specifically, while few solutions for rapid 3D scanning exist, it is generally much easier to facilitate fast in-plane scanning than it is to scan axially at high speeds. Remote focusing in which the imaging plane is shifted along the optical axis by a tunable lens...

High-NA two-photon single cell imaging with remote focusing using a diffractive tunable lens

Molly May, Martin Bawart, Michiel Langeslag, Stefan Bernet, Michaela Kress, Monika Ritsch-Marte & Alexander Jesacher
Fast, volumetric structural and functional imaging of cellular and sub-cellular dynamics inside the living brain is one of the most desired capabilities in the neurosciences, but still faces serious challenges. Specifically, while few solutions for rapid 3D scanning exist, it is generally much easier to facilitate fast in-plane scanning than it is to scan axially at high speeds. Remote focusing in which the imaging plane is shifted along the optical axis by a tunable lens...

SerraSilva_IslandsConsensus.mp4

Ana Serra Silva
Video presentation of YSF2020 poster.

Can Nitrogen Source and Nitrification Inhibitors Affect In-Season Nitrogen Supply?

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This study sought to identify whether piggery effluent-derived nitrogen sources can be formulated with urea and nitrification inhibitors to better synchronize nitrogen (N) supply with crop demand than conventional urea fertilizer alone. A 288 pot pasture growth and leaching growth accelerator trial (5 pasture cuts) was completed with a factorial treatment structure of three N sources (2.63 g N [kg soil]−1 applied as 100% urea-N, 8% struvite-N + 92% urea-N, and 8% piggery pond sludge-N...

Map and Ped files

Emilio Mármol
Map and Ped files for SEC24A SNP genptyping

VCF files

Emilio Mármol
VCF files from 120 porcine breeds and 5 Duroc parentals

Data from \"Noise and landscape features influence habitat use of mammalian herbivores in a natural gas field\"

Nathan Kleist
The four datasets include two datasets, DailyDeerData.csv and DailyLeporidData.csv, that have one column for each day cameras were deployed and one row for each site. The values in the cells are presence or absence, where NA denotes that a camera was not collecting data. The dataset DailySitePwr.csv includes one column for each day acoustic recorders were deployed and one row for each site. The values in the cells are the predicted average daily power of...

Bacterial and Geochemical Composition of Thrombolites from Lake Sarmiento, Torres del Paine National Park of Chilean Patagonia

Jorge R. Osman, Pabla Viedma, Jorge Mendoza & Davor Cotoras
Microbialites are organo-sedimentary structures formed as minerals precipitate due to the metabolic activity of microorganisms. They can be differentiated by their internal mesostructure into stromatolites and thrombolites. Lake Sarmiento, located in the Patagonia region of southern Chile, is a sub-saline alkaline lake in which living submerged and sub-fossil thrombolites are present. A submerged thrombolite was collected and one of the fragments was deposited in an experimental aquarium for 1.5 years, in order to examine possible...

Snow Algae Preferentially Grow on Fe-containing Minerals and Contribute to the Formation of Fe Phases

Charity M. Phillips-Lander, Zoe Harrold, Elisabeth M. Hausrath, Antonio Lanzirotti, Matthew Newville, Christopher T. Adcock, James A. Raymond, , Oliver Tschauner &
Snow algae growth and mineral dust deposition are both known to strongly decrease snow albedo. Previous work has shown snow algae growth is enhanced in the presence of trace nutrient-containing minerals. Increased dust deposition with aridification due to climate change may therefore additionally enhance snow algae growth. Here we performed batch growth experiments with a snow alga (Chloromonas brevispina) and bacteria co-culture and the minerals andradite (Ca3.0(Fe0.6,Al0.43)2(SiO4)3), olivine (Mg1.8Fe0.2SiO4), and quartz (SiO2), to observe differences...

Seclusion, restraint, and involuntary medication in Finnish psychiatric care: a register study with root-level data

Emilia Laukkanen, Lauri Kuosmanen, Tuomas Selander & Katri Vehviläinen-Julkunen
Purpose: Despite potentially harmful effects, seclusion, restraint, and involuntary medication continue to be frequently applied in psychiatric care. These restrictive measures are often examined by means of registers, but homogeneous practices in the measurement and description seem to be missing. This nationwide register study aimed to examine the use of seclusion, mechanical and physical restraint, and involuntary medication in Finland. Material and methods: Root-level register data concerning the year 2017 were collected directly from 140...

FSH promotes the proliferation of sheep granulosa cells by inhibiting the expression of TSP1

, , Ying Chen, , Bing Han, Bin Jia, &
Thrombospondin (TSP1) plays an important role as an antiangiogenic factor in the reproductive system of female mammals. However, its expression and function in sheep are still unclear. In the present research, the Altay sheep (a native Chinese breed) was used to analyze the expression of TSP1 in the ovary and its potential function in granulosa cells. TSP1 was widely expressed in most tissues, as shown by qPCR. In the ovary, TSP1 mRNA expression decreased during...

Physician-Perceived Impact of Thyroid Eye Disease on Patient Quality of Life in the USA

Yao Wang, Anu Sharma, Lissa Padnick-Silver, Megan Francis-Sedlak, Robert J. Holt, Colleen Foley, Guy Massry & Raymond S. Douglas
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Physician estimated vs. self-reported subjective memory in depressed patients treated with electroconvulsive therapy

Johan Stengård, Carl Johan Ekman, , Antoinette Lundahl, , Mats Adler, Mikael Landén & Johan Lundberg
Background: Subjective memory deficits are common in depression and during series of treatment with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). There is a need for feasible assessment of memory deficit. In the Swedish National Quality Register for ECT, patients’ subjective memory function is rated by a clinician. Self-ratings would be easier to administer. Objectives: The aim of this study was to analyze the consistency between self-reported and physician estimated subjective memory in depressed patients treated with ECT. Methods:...

Schizotypal traits in Swedish speaking psychiatric patients and non-psychiatric controls

Susanne Bejerot, Johan Wallén, Irina Manouilenko, Eva Hesselmark & Marie Elwin
Introduction: Recently, schizotypal personality traits were measured in a multinational sample recruited from 14 countries, however no Scandinavian cohort was included. The aim of this study was, therefore, to measure schizotypal personality traits in Swedish-speaking populations, with and without psychiatric disorders, and to investigate the psychometric properties of the Swedish version of the Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire-Brief (SPQ-B). Methods: The SPQ-B results from 50 psychiatric patients were compared to controls (n = 202). An additional sample...

Word retrieval improves following a mindful breathing exercise but is unrelated to dispositional mindfulness

Adam I. Silver, Lori E. James & Brooke Small
Mindfulness can reduce anxiety and improve attentional control, so we tested for relationships between mindfulness and performance on word retrieval tasks. In Study 1, college students experienced a 10-min mindful breathing exercise or control condition, and participants in the mindful breathing condition correctly named more pictures than participants in the control condition. Participants also completed a self-report measure of dispositional mindfulness, but scores were unrelated to picture naming performance. In Study 2, online participants completed...

Clinical Challenges in the Management of Hormone Receptor-Positive, Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2-Negative Metastatic Breast Cancer: A Literature Review

& Cynthia X. Ma
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Ecological niche modeling predicting the potential invasion of the non-native millipede Oxidus gracilis (C. L. Koch, 1847) (Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae) in Brazilian Atlantic Forest

, Rodrigo S. Bouzan, Patricia E.S. Rodrigues, , Ricardo Ott & Antonio D. Brescovit
The millipede Oxidus gracilis (C. L. Koch, 1847) is a cosmopolitan introduced species largely recorded in the southeast region of Brazil. The species is considered an agricultural pest with records in poly- or monocultures, and its influence on native communities of plants and invertebrates is still unknown in Brazil. From this perspective, a maximum entropy model was used to explore the predicted distribution of O. gracilis in Brazil. The results showed a highly suitable area...

Single-cell RNA-Seq of human primary lung and bronchial epithelium cells

, Robert Lorenz Chua, Timo Trefzer, Nicolas C. Kahn, Marc A. Schneider, Thomas Muley, Hauke Winter, Michael Meister, Carmen Veith, Agnes W. Boots, Bianca P. Hennig, Michael Kreuter, Christian Conrad & Roland Eils
This dataset contains count matrices and per-cells metadata tables for RNA sequencing of 39778 single nuclei from healthy primary lung samples of 12 lung adenocarcinoma patients as well as 17451 single human bronchiole epithelial cells from 4 donors. All samples were processed using the 10X Genomics Chromium platform with v2 chemistry and sequenced with one sample per lane on an Illumina HiSeq4000. Reads were aligned to the hg19 reference genome version 1.2.0 obtained from 10X...

Epidural Dexmedetomidine for Prevention of Intrapartum Fever During Labor Analgesia: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Li Li, & Zhang Wangping
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Physician estimated vs. self-reported subjective memory in depressed patients treated with electroconvulsive therapy

Johan Stengård, Carl Johan Ekman, , Antoinette Lundahl, , Mats Adler, Mikael Landén & Johan Lundberg
Background: Subjective memory deficits are common in depression and during series of treatment with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). There is a need for feasible assessment of memory deficit. In the Swedish National Quality Register for ECT, patients’ subjective memory function is rated by a clinician. Self-ratings would be easier to administer. Objectives: The aim of this study was to analyze the consistency between self-reported and physician estimated subjective memory in depressed patients treated with ECT. Methods:...

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