Additional file 1 of Efficacy of resistive exercise on skeletal muscle-related outcomes in cancer survivors: a systematic review protocolJacqueline K. Dawson, Dong-Woo Kang, Oscar Barnes, Rebekah L. Wilson, Mary K. Norris & Christina M. Dieli-Conwright
Additional file 1. PRISMA-P Checklist.
Additional file 3 of Efficacy of resistive exercise on skeletal muscle-related outcomes in cancer survivors: a systematic review protocolJacqueline K. Dawson, Dong-Woo Kang, Oscar Barnes, Rebekah L. Wilson, Mary K. Norris & Christina M. Dieli-Conwright
Additional file 3. Data extraction spreadsheet.
Triennial migration and philopatry in the critically endangered soupfin shark (Galeorhinus galeus)Andrew Nosal, Daniel Cartamil, Arnold Ammann, Lyall Bellquist, Noah Ben-Aderet, Kayla Blincow, Echelle Burns, Eric Chapman, Ryan Freedman, Peter Klimley, Ryan Logan, Christopher Lowe, Brice Semmens, Connor White & Philip Hastings
Globally, one-quarter of shark and ray species is threatened with extinction due to overfishing. Effective conservation and management can facilitate population recoveries; however, these efforts depend on robust data on movement patterns and stock structure, which are lacking for many threatened species, including the Critically Endangered soupfin shark (Galeorhinus galeus), a circumglobal coastal-pelagic species. Using passive acoustic telemetry, we continuously tracked 34 mature female soupfin sharks, surgically implanted with coded acoustic transmitters, for seven years...
Mammals adjust diel activity across gradients of urbanizationTravis Gallo, Mason Fidino, Brian Gerber, Adam Ahlers, Julia Angstmann, Max Amaya, Amy Concilio, David Drake, Danielle Gray, Elizabeth Lehrer, Maureen Murray, Travis Ryan, Colleen St. Clair, Carmen Salsbury, Heather Sander, Theodore Stankowich, Jaque Williamson, Amy Belaire, Kelly Simone & Seth Magle
Time is a fundamental component of ecological processes. How animal behavior changes over time has been explored through well-known ecological theories like niche partitioning and predator-prey dynamics. Yet, changes in animal behavior within the shorter 24-hour light-dark cycle have largely gone unstudied. Understanding if an animal can adjust their temporal activity to mitigate or adapt to environmental change has become a recent topic of discussion and is important for effective wildlife management and conservation. While...
Characterization of Aquifer Poroelastic Response to Impulse and Oscillatory Well Pressure using Distributed Acoustic SensingMatthew Becker, Brett Harris & Roman Pevzner
Comparative transcriptomic analysis reveal genes involved in the pathogenicity increase of Streptococcus suis epidemic strainsJianping Wang, Pujun Liang, Hui Sun, Zongfu Wu, Marcelo Gottschalk, Kexin Qi & Han Zheng
Streptococcus suis epidemic strains were responsible for two outbreaks in China and possessed increased pathogenicity which was featured prominently by inducing an excessive inflammatory response at the early phase of infection. To discover the critical genes responsible for the pathogenicity increase of S. suis epidemic strains, the genome-wide transcriptional profiles of epidemic strain SC84 were investigated at the early phase of interaction with BV2 cells. The overall low expression levels of 89K pathogenicity island (PAI)...
Using acoustic telemetry to quantify potential contaminant exposure of Vermilion Rockfish (Sebastes miniatus), Hornyhead Turbot (Pleuronichthys verticalis), and White Croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) at wastewater outfalls in southern CaliforniaEchelle Burns, Barrett Wolfe, Jeff Armstrong, Danny Tang, Ken Sakamoto & Christopher Lowe
Contaminant Exposure Models (CEMs) were developed to predict population-level tissue contaminant concentrations in fishes by pairing sediment-bound contaminant concentrations (DDTs, PCBs) and fine-scale acoustic telemetry data from a habitat- associated species (Vermilion Rockfish, Sebastes miniatus), nomadic flatfish species (Hornyhead Turbot, Pleuronichthys verticalis), and nomadic benthic/midwater schooling species (White Croaker, Genyonemus lineatus) tagged near wastewater outfalls in southern California. Model results were compared to contaminant concentrations in tissue samples. The CEMs developed require further refinement before...
Efficacy of resistive exercise on skeletal muscle-related outcomes in cancer survivors: a systematic review protocolJacqueline K. Dawson, Dong-Woo Kang, Oscar Barnes, Rebekah L. Wilson, Mary K. Norris & Christina M. Dieli-Conwright
Abstract Background Symptom burden and adverse treatment effects can negatively impact physical function, health-related outcomes, and quality of life in cancer survivors. Resistive exercise that improves skeletal muscle function can ameliorate these complications, but the central role of the skeletal muscle in mediating improvements in patient-related outcomes has not been explored. This protocol describes the rationale and methods for a systematic review that aims to determine the effects of resistive exercise on the skeletal muscle...
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