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Dwivedi_Figure_Supplementary_2 – Supplemental material for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model

Garima Dwivedi, , , Caroline D. Hoemann & Michael D. Buschmann
Supplemental material, Dwivedi_Figure_Supplementary_2 for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model by Garima Dwivedi, Anik Chevrier, Mohamad-Gabriel Alameh, Caroline D. Hoemann and Michael D. Buschmann in CARTILAGE

Dwivedi_Supplementary_figure_4 – Supplemental material for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model

Garima Dwivedi, , , Caroline D. Hoemann & Michael D. Buschmann
Supplemental material, Dwivedi_Supplementary_figure_4 for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model by Garima Dwivedi, Anik Chevrier, Mohamad-Gabriel Alameh, Caroline D. Hoemann and Michael D. Buschmann in CARTILAGE

Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model

Garima Dwivedi, , , Caroline D. Hoemann & Michael D. Buschmann
ObjectivePrevious studies have shown that intrinsic behavior of subchondral bone marrow stem cells (BMSCs) is influenced by donors and locations. To understand the variability in cartilage repair outcomes following bone marrow stimulation, we tested the hypothesis that in vivo cartilage repair correlates with in vitro biological properties of BMSCs using a rabbit model.MethodsFull-thickness cartilage defects were created in the trochlea and condyle in one knee of skeletally mature New Zealand White rabbits (n = 8)...

Dwivedi_Supplementary_figure_5 – Supplemental material for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model

Garima Dwivedi, , , Caroline D. Hoemann & Michael D. Buschmann
Supplemental material, Dwivedi_Supplementary_figure_5 for Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model by Garima Dwivedi, Anik Chevrier, Mohamad-Gabriel Alameh, Caroline D. Hoemann and Michael D. Buschmann in CARTILAGE

Passive Leg Raise: Feasibility and Safety of the Maneuver in Patients With Undifferentiated Shock

William Toppen, Elizabeth Aquije Montoya, Stephanie Ong, Daniela Markovic, , , Alan Chiem, Maxime Cannesson, David Berlin & Igor Barjaktarevic
Purpose:Passive leg raise (PLR), in combination with technologies capable of capturing stroke volume changes, has been widely adopted in the management of shock. However, dedicated evaluation of safety, feasibility, and receptiveness of patients and nursing staff to PLR maneuver is missing.Methods:A noninterventional, prospective trial recruited adult patients with onset of undifferentiated shock within 24 hours with persistent vasopressor requirements despite fluid resuscitation. A standardized PLR maneuver was used to compare two noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring systems,...

Passive Leg Raise: Feasibility and Safety of the Maneuver in Patients With Undifferentiated Shock

William Toppen, Elizabeth Aquije Montoya, Stephanie Ong, Daniela Markovic, , , Alan Chiem, Maxime Cannesson, David Berlin & Igor Barjaktarevic
Purpose:Passive leg raise (PLR), in combination with technologies capable of capturing stroke volume changes, has been widely adopted in the management of shock. However, dedicated evaluation of safety, feasibility, and receptiveness of patients and nursing staff to PLR maneuver is missing.Methods:A noninterventional, prospective trial recruited adult patients with onset of undifferentiated shock within 24 hours with persistent vasopressor requirements despite fluid resuscitation. A standardized PLR maneuver was used to compare two noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring systems,...

Supplementary_Appendix_D – Supplemental material for Psychometric Properties of the Merrill–Palmer–Revised Scales of Development in Preschool Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Erin E. Dempsey, Isabel M. Smith, Helen E. Flanagan, Eric Duku, Michael A. Lawrence, Peter Szatmari, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Tracy Vaillancourt, Joanne Volden, Pat Mirenda, Charlotte Wadell, Stelios Georgiades, , Wendy J. Ungar & Teresa Bennett
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Appendix_D for Psychometric Properties of the Merrill–Palmer–Revised Scales of Development in Preschool Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder by Erin E. Dempsey, Isabel M. Smith, Helen E. Flanagan, Eric Duku, Michael A. Lawrence, Peter Szatmari, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Tracy Vaillancourt, Joanne Volden, Pat Mirenda, Charlotte Wadell, Stelios Georgiades, Mayada Elsabbagh, Wendy J. Ungar and Teresa Bennett in Assessment

Supplemental Material, JCR_815957_Replication_BrancatiLucardi_JCR_2018-20181113T113753Z-001 - Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse

Dawn Brancati & Adrián Lucardi
Supplemental Material, JCR_815957_Replication_BrancatiLucardi_JCR_2018-20181113T113753Z-001 for Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse by Dawn Brancati, and Adrián Lucardi in Journal of Conflict Resolution

Supplemental Material, JCR_Online_appendix - Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse

Dawn Brancati & Adrián Lucardi
Supplemental Material, JCR_Online_appendix for Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse by Dawn Brancati, and Adrián Lucardi in Journal of Conflict Resolution

Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse

Dawn Brancati & Adrián Lucardi
One of the primary international factors proposed to explain the geographic and temporal clustering of democracy is the diffusion of democracy protests. Democracy protests are thought to diffuse across countries, primarily, through a demonstration effect, whereby protests in one country cause protests in another based on the positive information that they convey about the likelihood of successful protests elsewhere and, secondarily, through the actions of transnational activists. In contrast to this view, we argue that,...

SadismAgg_SupplementalDocument1 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalDocument1 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalDocument1 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalDocument1 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable1 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable1 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable10 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable10 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable14 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable14 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable13 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable13 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable15_v2 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable15_v2 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable15_v2 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable15_v2 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable17 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable17 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable17 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable17 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable2 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable2 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable20_v2 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable20_v2 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable4 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable4 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable6 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable6 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

SadismAgg_SupplementalTable8 – Supplemental material for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure

David S. Chester, & Brian Enjaian
Supplemental material, SadismAgg_SupplementalTable8 for Sadism and Aggressive Behavior: Inflicting Pain to Feel Pleasure by David S. Chester, C. Nathan DeWall and Brian Enjaian in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

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