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Narges Alipanah-Lechner, Lucile Neyton, Eran Mick, Andrew Willmore, Aleksandra Leligdowicz, Kevin Contrepois, Alejandra Jauregui, Hanjing Zhuo, Carolyn Hendrickson, Antonio Gomez, Pratik Sinha, Kirsten N. Kangelaris, Kathleen D. Liu, Michael A Matthay & Carolyn S. Calfee
Metabolites differentially abundant in the hyperinflammatory ARDS phenotype compared to the hypoinflammatory phenotype. Metabolites listed in the order of increasing log2 fold change. Analyses adjusted for age, sex, propofol, dexmedetomidine, and liver and kidney disease.

A scoping review of virtual synchronous intervention studies in preschool rehabilitation

Kathryn Hatherly, Danielle Glista, Daniela Testani, Laura Brunton & Barbara Jane Cunningham
To summarize the available evidence for the delivery of synchronous virtual rehabilitation intervention services for preschoolers and to identify key factors associated with virtual intervention. Five databases were searched to identify peer-reviewed articles that assessed virtual interventions for preschoolers delivered by rehabilitation health professionals including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and their associated assistants. Relevant data regarding demographics, technology, mode of service delivery, timing, engagement, and measurement data were extracted, and charted. Data...

Stable sulphur isotope (δ34S) ratios in bird feathers from India indicate strong segregation between the Himalaya and Gangetic plain, and the rest of India

Yuvraj Date, Shreyas Managave, Girish Jathar, Rahul Khot & Keith A. Hobson
Although stable hydrogen (δ2H) and carbon (δ13C) isotopic compositions of bird feathers have been increasingly used to understand the migration of birds through assignment of individuals to established isoscapes, far less is known about the structure of feather isoscapes based on stable sulphur isotope (δ34S) assays. While δ2H isoscapes have been used to investigate the migratory origins of the Globe Skimmer (Pantala flavescens) dragonfly in India, no isotope studies have been applied to avian migration...

sj-docx-3-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-docx-3-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

sj-spv-2-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 – for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial

Babac Salmani & Harry Prapavessis
sj-spv-2-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial by Babac Salmani and Harry Prapavessis in Journal of Health Psychology

sj-spv-5-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 – for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial

Babac Salmani & Harry Prapavessis
sj-spv-5-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial by Babac Salmani and Harry Prapavessis in Journal of Health Psychology

sj-spv-6-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 – for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial

Babac Salmani & Harry Prapavessis
-spv-6-hpq-10.1177_13591053221144977 for Using a protection motivation theory framework to reduce vaping intention and behaviour in Canadian university students who regularely vape: A randomized controlled trial by Babac Salmani and Harry Prapavessis in Journal of Health Psychology

Low serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels are associated with increased cardiovascular morbidity and mortality

Wei Luo, Dan Xu, Jin Zhang, Yao Zhou, Qin Yang, Qiuju Lv & Zhen Qu
There is controversy about the association between vitamin D and cardiovascular disease (CVD). This article aims to explore the association of serum 25-hydroxyvitaminD (25 OHD) with the risk of CVD. PubMed, EMBASE, Web of Science database, OVID, and Cochrane Library databases (last updated in August 2022) were systematically searched. The relationship between 25OHD and the risk of CVD was assessed by using the 95% confidence intervals (CI) and hazard ratio (HR). The effect model was...

sj-docx-1-cjk-10.1177_20543581221150676 – Supplemental material for Development and Validation of Patient Education Tools for Deprescribing in Patients on Hemodialysis

Thomas Hyunwoo Cho, Patrick C. K. Ng, Melissa J. Lefebvre, Arlene Desjarlais, Dennis McCann, Blair Waldvogel, Marcello Tonelli, Amit X. Garg, JoAnne Wilson, Monica Beaulieu, Judith Marin, Cali Orsulak, Melanie Talson, Monica Sharma, Jordanne Feldberg, Clara Bohm & Marisa Battistella
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-cjk-10.1177_20543581221150676 for Development and Validation of Patient Education Tools for Deprescribing in Patients on Hemodialysis by Thomas Hyunwoo Cho, Patrick C. K. Ng, Melissa J. Lefebvre, Arlene Desjarlais, Dennis McCann, Blair Waldvogel, Marcello Tonelli, Amit X. Garg, JoAnne Wilson, Monica Beaulieu, Judith Marin, Cali Orsulak, Melanie Talson, Monica Sharma, Jordanne Feldberg, Clara Bohm and Marisa Battistella in Canadian Journal of Kidney Health and Disease

Additional file 3 of Comparative transcriptomic analysis provides insights into the molecular basis underlying pre-harvest sprouting in rice

Dong Liu, Mingyang Zeng, Yan Wu, Yanli Du, Jianming Liu, Shaoqiang Luo & Yongjun Zeng
Additional file 3: Table S2. The list of annotated DEGs identified in MXXZ-T vs. MXXZ-C.

Additional file 4 of Comparative transcriptomic analysis provides insights into the molecular basis underlying pre-harvest sprouting in rice

Dong Liu, Mingyang Zeng, Yan Wu, Yanli Du, Jianming Liu, Shaoqiang Luo & Yongjun Zeng
Additional file 4: Table S3. The list of annotated DEGs identified in MXXZ-C vs. JXZ-C.

Additional file 8 of Comparative transcriptomic analysis provides insights into the molecular basis underlying pre-harvest sprouting in rice

Dong Liu, Mingyang Zeng, Yan Wu, Yanli Du, Jianming Liu, Shaoqiang Luo & Yongjun Zeng
Additional file 8: Table S7. Summary of GO results of the DEGs in JXZ-T vs. JXZ-C.

The impact of funding models on the integration of registered nurses in primary health care teams: protocol for a multi-phase mixed-methods study in Canada

Maria Mathews, Sarah Spencer, Lindsay Hedden, Julia Lukewich, Marie-Eve Poitras, Emily Gard Marshall, Judith Belle Brown, Shannon Sibbald & Alison A. Norful
Abstract Background Family practice registered nurses co-managing patient care as healthcare professionals in interdisciplinary primary care teams have been shown to improve access, continuity of care, patient satisfaction, and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic diseases while being cost-effective. Currently, however, it is unclear how different funding models support or hinder the integration of family practice nurses into existing primary health care systems and interdisciplinary practices. This has resulted in the underutilisation of family practice...

Additional file 14 of Comparative transcriptomic analysis provides insights into the molecular basis underlying pre-harvest sprouting in rice

Dong Liu, Mingyang Zeng, Yan Wu, Yanli Du, Jianming Liu, Shaoqiang Luo & Yongjun Zeng
Additional file 14: Table S13. The general information of sequencing reads and reads that mapped to the reference genome.

Moral reasoning in women with posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood abuse

Anthony Nazarov, Victoria Walaszczyk, Paul Frewen, Carolina Oremus, Ruth Lanius & Margaret C. McKinnon
Preliminary evidence suggests that relative to healthy controls, patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) show deficits on several inter-related social cognitive tasks, including theory of mind, and emotion comprehension. Systematic investigations examining other aspects of social cognition, including moral reasoning, have not been conducted in PTSD stemming from childhood trauma. To conduct a comprehensive assessment of moral reasoning performance in individuals with PTSD stemming from childhood abuse. Moral reasoning performance was assessed in 28 women...

Skilled Nursing Facility Participation in Bundled Payments Was Related to Small Increases in Nurse Staffing Levels

Meiling Ying, Helena Temkin-Greener, Caroline P. Thirukumaran, Karen E. Joynt Maddox, Robert G. Holloway & Yue Li
Medicare implemented Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Model 3 in 2013, in which participating skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) were accountable for episode costs. We performed comparative interrupted time series analyses to evaluate associations between SNF BPCI participation and nurse staffing levels, using Medicare claims, resident assessments, and facility-level and market-level files of 2010–2017. For persistent-participating SNFs, BPCI was associated with improved certified nursing assistant (CNA) staffing levels (differential change = .03 hours, p =...

Skilled Nursing Facility Participation in Bundled Payments Was Related to Small Increases in Nurse Staffing Levels

Meiling Ying, Helena Temkin-Greener, Caroline P. Thirukumaran, Karen E. Joynt Maddox, Robert G. Holloway & Yue Li
Medicare implemented Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Model 3 in 2013, in which participating skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) were accountable for episode costs. We performed comparative interrupted time series analyses to evaluate associations between SNF BPCI participation and nurse staffing levels, using Medicare claims, resident assessments, and facility-level and market-level files of 2010–2017. For persistent-participating SNFs, BPCI was associated with improved certified nursing assistant (CNA) staffing levels (differential change = .03 hours, p =...

sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802221146308 - Supplemental material for Estimation of the average treatment effect with variable selection and measurement error simultaneously addressed for potential confounders

Grace Y. Yi & Li-Pang Chen
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-smm-10.1177_09622802221146308 for Estimation of the average treatment effect with variable selection and measurement error simultaneously addressed for potential confounders by Grace Y. Yi and Li-Pang Chen in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

Data from: Model and test in a fungus of the probability that beneficial mutations survive drift

Danna R. Gifford, J. Arjan G. M. De Visser & Lindi M. Wahl
Determining the probability of fixation of beneficial mutations is critically important for building predictive models of adaptive evolution. Despite considerable theoretical work, models of fixation probability have stood untested for nearly a century. However, recent advances in experimental and theoretical techniques permit the development of models with testable predictions. We developed a new model for the probability of surviving genetic drift, a major component of fixation probability, for novel beneficial mutations in the fungus Aspergillus...

Data from: A call for more transparent reporting of error rates: the quality of AFLP data in ecological and evolutionary research

Lindsay A. Crawford, Daria Koscinski & Nusha Keyghobadi
Despite much discussion of the importance of quantifying and reporting genotyping error in molecular studies, it is still not standard practice in the literature. This is particularly a concern for amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) studies, where differences in laboratory, peak-calling and locus-selection protocols can generate data sets varying widely in genotyping error rate, the number of loci used and potentially estimates of genetic diversity or differentiation. In our experience, papers rarely provide adequate information...

Data from: Trophic niche flexibility in Glossophaga soricina: how a nectar seeker sneaks an insect snack

Elizabeth L. Clare, Holger R. Goerlitz, Violaine A. Drapeau, Marc W. Holderied, Amanda M. Adams, Juliet Nagel, Elizabeth R. Dumont, Paul D. N. Hebert & M. Brock Fenton
Omnivory enables animals to fill more than one trophic niche, providing access to a wider variety of food resources with potentially higher nutrient value, particularly when resources become scarce. Animals can achieve omnivory using different strategies, for example opportunistic foraging, or switching between multiple trophic niches. The Neotropical bat Glossophaga soricina (Pallas, 1766) is a common and widespread species known for nectar-feeding, but it also eats fruit and insects. Approaching stationary objects (flowers and fruits)...

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