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Recording mushroom body output neurons at the ventral vertical lobe of the honeybee from Multimodal integration and stimulus categorization in putative mushroom body output neurons of the honeybee

Martin F. Strube-Bloss & Wolfgang Rössler
Preparation details to record activity from mushroom body output neurons in the honeybee brain

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

PROTOCOLO DE DESINFECCION DEL CAMPO QUIRURGICO PREOPERATORIO CON CLORHEXIDINA 2%

PROTOCOLO DE DESINFECCION DEL CAMPO QUIRURGICO PREOPERATORIO CON CLORHEXIDINA 2%

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

Additional file 7: of Tumor-originated exosomal lncUEGC1 as a circulating biomarker for early-stage gastric cancer

Ling-Yun Lin, Li Yang, Qiang Zeng, Lin Wang, , , Guo-Dong Ye, , Pei-Yu Lv, Qi-Wei Guo, Bo-An Li, Jian-Chun Cai &
Methods. (PDF 289Â kb)

modified questionnaire based on the Kansas criteria.docx

Kristina Zajur
This modified questionnaire based on the Kansas criteria provides a way of recording the trajectory of symptom onset and current severity.

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
As with all malaria species, the survival of the mono-eukaryotic parasite Plasmodium falciparum (P. falciparum), pathogen of malaria tropica, depends on the biological altruism of higher eukaryotic species, which guaranty its life-cycle and reproduction. In man, this trans-species altruism appears to be present predominantly in the non-O blood groups with self-destructive behavior, and especially individuals with blood group A phenotype are highly susceptible to life-threatening infection. The parasite exhibits strong molecular biological complementarity to the...

How life-threatening malaria tropica infection especially occurs in blood group A individuals

Peter Arend
The mono-eukaryotic parasite Plasmodium falciparum, pathogen of malaria tropica cannot survive on its own likely due to an evolutionary incomplete protein glycosylation, lacking the basic sugar, GalNAc and Glc-GalNAc epimerizations, therefore requires the biological altruism and host cell machinery of a higher eukaryotic species. A foreign cellular machinery must perform trans-species O-GalNAc-glycosylations, which occur in the human most pronounced by blood group A individuals on abundantly expressed serine residues, arising throughout the parasite's life cycle....

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

Additional file 3: of Analysis of the canid Y-chromosome phylogeny using short-read sequencing data reveals the presence of distinct haplogroups among Neolithic European dogs

Matthew Oetjens, Axel Martin, Krishna Veeramah & Jeffrey Kidd
Figure S1. Structure and annotation of the dog Y-chromosome (KP081776.1) amplicon region (chrY:1,200,000â 2,440,580) A self-alignment of the dog Y-chromosome amplicon sequence for visualization of palindrome repeat sequences is presented (A). The three repeat families are color coded in purple, pink, and blue. The annotated sequence with amplicon genes (black) is represented as a UCSC browser track (B). Individual palindrome arms are numbered while palindrome spacers are lettered. (PDF 2240 kb)

Why life-threatening malaria tropica infection may especially occur in individuals with blood group A

Peter Arend
The mono-eukaryotic parasite Plasmodium falciparum, pathogen of malaria tropica cannot survive on its own likely due to an evolutionary incomplete carbohydrate formation, lacking normal O-GalNAc synthesis and Glc-GalNAc epimerizations, therefore requires the biological altruism and host cell machinery of a higher eukaryotic species. A foreign cellular machinery must perform trans-species O-GalNAc-glycosylations, which occur in the human most pronounced by blood group A individuals on abundantly expressed serine residues, arising throughout the parasite's life cycle. After...

MOESM1 of In-hospital and day-120 survival of critically ill solid cancer patients after discharge of the intensive care units: results of a retrospective multicenter study—A Groupe de recherche respiratoire en réanimation en Onco–Hématologie (Grrr-OH) study

François Vincent, Marcio Soares, Djamel Mokart, Virginie Lemiale, Fabrice Bruneel, Marouane Boubaya, Frédéric Gonzalez, Yves Cohen, Elie Azoulay & Michaël Darmon
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Four-months survival, after ICU discharge, of the 1053 patients included in the study.

Additional file 2: of The preventive effect of antiplatelet therapy in acute respiratory distress syndrome: a meta-analysis

, Ming Zhong, , , Wei Wu &
Study protocol. (DOCX 44 kb)

OSTEOPETROSIS Y PROTESIS TOTAL DE RODILLA

Se trata de un grupo de osteopatías condensantes hereditarias, caracterizado por fragilidad ósea, esclerosis difusa del esqueleto y alteración del modelado de los huesos largos. La primera descripción radiológica fue realizada por Albers-Schönberg, en 1904.

Additional file 1: of Statistical analysis plan for the Pneumatic CompREssion for PreVENting Venous Thromboembolism (PREVENT) trial: a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Yaseen Arabi, Fahad Al-Hameed, Karen Burns, Sangeeta Mehta, Sami Alsolamy, Mohammed Almaani, Yasser Mandourah, , Ali Al Bshabshe, Simon Finfer, Mohammed Alshahrani, Imran Khalid, , Atul Gaur, Hassan Hawa, Hergen Buscher, Zia Arshad, Hani Lababidi, , , Sheryl Abdukahil, Lara Afesh, Maamoun Dbsawy &
Online supplement. (DOCX 63 kb)

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

Blood group phenotype-dependent pathogen adhesion molecularly excludes corresponding antibody formation

Peter Arend
The term complementary pathogen may refer to a microorganism, which breaks the species barrier by providing distinct peptide residues that are complementary to phenotype or species-determining carbohydrate structures of a mammalian host and get completed by these structures. The transfer of these carbohydrate structures occurs by the phenotype-determining enzymes of the host, which thus catalyze the synthesis of a trans-species hybrid antigen but herewith, apart from clonal selection of adaptive antibodies, molecularly exclude corresponding immunological...

The semantic structure of emotion words across languages is consistent with componential appraisal models of emotion

Klaus R. Scherer & Johnny R. J. Fontaine
Appraisal theories of emotion, and particularly the Component Process Model, claim that the different components of the emotion process (action tendencies, physiological reactions, expressions, and feeling experiences) are essentially driven by the results of cognitive appraisals and that the feeling component constitutes a central integration and representation of these processes. Given the complexity of the proposed architecture, comprehensive experimental tests of these predictions are difficult to perform and to date are lacking. Encouraged by the...

MOESM6 of Directed differentiation of human iPSC into insulin producing cells is improved by induced expression of PDX1 and NKX6.1 factors in IPC progenitors

Maciej Walczak, Anna Drozd, Ewelina Stoczynska-Fidelus, Piotr Rieske & Dawid Grzela
Additional file 6: Figure S1. Derivation of iPS cells in defined culture conditions.

Additional file 1: Table S1. of A multicenter, randomized study of decitabine as epigenetic priming with induction chemotherapy in children with AML

Lia Gore, Timothy Triche, Jason Farrar, Daniel Wai, Christophe Legendre, Gerald Gooden, Winnie Liang, John Carpten, David Lee, Frank Alvaro, Margaret Macy, Carola Arndt, Philip Barnette, Todd Cooper, Laura Martin, , Jessica Pollard, Soheil Meshinchi, Jessica Boklan, Robert Arceci &
Breakdown of MRD data for study participants. (DOCX 10Â kb)

Additional file 3: Table S2. of Pulmonary exacerbations and clinical outcomes in a longitudinal cohort of infants and preschool children with cystic fibrosis

Jordana Hoppe, Brandie Wagner, Scott Sagel, Frank Accurso & Edith Zemanick
Pulmonary function testing results: Absolute, z-score and percent predicted values of FEV1, FVC and FEV1/FVC are provided for each subject. (DOCX 14Â kb)

Additional file 1: Figure S1. of Duck enteritis virus (DEV) UL54 protein, a novel partner, interacts with DEV UL24 protein

, , , Qiao Yang, Shun Chen, , &
UL24/N gene codon optimization (1 ~ 720 bp). The green short-line was optimized nucleotides. (PDF 312 kb)

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