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Calcineurin-mediated intracellular organelle calcium homeostasis is required for the survival of fungal pathogens upon extracellular calcium stimuli

Chi Zhang, Yiran Ren, Huiyu Gu, Lu Gao, Yuanwei Zhang & Ling Lu
In eukaryotes, calcium not only is an essential mineral nutrient but also serves as an intracellular second messenger that is necessary for many physiological processes. Previous studies showed that the protein phosphatase-calcineurin protects fungi from toxicity caused by the extracellular calcium; however, little is known about how calcineurin mediates the cellular physiology process for this function. In this study, by monitoring intracellular calcium, particularly by tracking vacuolar calcium dynamics in living cells through a novel...

Data from: Patent foramen ovale closure, antiplatelet therapy or anticoagulation in patients with patent foramen ovale and cryptogenic stroke: a systematic review and network meta-analysis incorporating complementary external evidence

Hassan Mir, Reed A.C. Siemieniuk, Long C. Ge, Farid Foroutan, Michael Fralick, Talha Syed, Luciane Lopes, Ton Kuijpers, Jean-Louis Mas, Per O. Vandvik, Thomas Agoritsas & Gordon H. Guyatt
Objective: To examine the relative impact of three management options in patients less than 60 years old with cryptogenic stroke and a patent foramen ovale (PFO): PFO closure plus antiplatelet therapy, antiplatelet therapy alone, and anticoagulation alone. Design: Systematic review and network meta-analysis (NMA) supported by complementary external evidence Data sources: Medline, EMBASE, and Cochrane CENTRAL. Study selection: Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) addressing PFO closure and/or medical therapies in patients with PFO and cryptogenic stroke....

Maternal characteristics and pregnancy outcomes in the NICE birth cohort: an assessment of self-selection bias

Linda Englund Ögge, Fiona Murray, Dominika Modzelewska, Robert Lundqvist, Staffan Nilsson, Helena Carré, Maria Kippler, Agnes E. Wold, Ann-Sofie Sandberg, Anna Sandin, Bo Jacobsson & Malin Barman
Prospective birth cohorts are essential for identifying associations between exposures and outcomes. However, voluntary participation introduces a potential bias due to self selection since the persons that chose to participate may differ in background characteristics and behaviors. To investigate potential bias due to self-selection in the Nutritional impact on Immunological maturation during Childhood in relation to the Environment (NICE) birth cohort in northern Sweden. Women in the NICE birth cohort (N = 621) were compared...

sj-docx-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221123163 – Supplemental material for Impact of Omicron on sick leave across industries: A population-wide study

Mari Grøsland, Bjørn-Atle Reme & Hege Marie Gjefsen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221123163 for Impact of Omicron on sick leave across industries: A population-wide study by Mari Grøsland, Bjørn-Atle Reme and Hege Marie Gjefsen in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

sj-jpg-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221100685 – Supplemental material for COVID-19 vaccination rates among healthcare workers by immigrant background: A nation-wide registry study from Norway

Kristian Bandlien Kraft, Ingeborg Elgersma, Trude Marie Lyngstad, Petter Elstrøm & Kjetil Telle
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221100685 for COVID-19 vaccination rates among healthcare workers by immigrant background: A nation-wide registry study from Norway by Kristian Bandlien Kraft, Ingeborg Elgersma, Trude Marie Lyngstad, Petter Elstrøm and Kjetil Telle in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

sj-jpg-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221100685 – Supplemental material for COVID-19 vaccination rates among healthcare workers by immigrant background: A nation-wide registry study from Norway

Kristian Bandlien Kraft, Ingeborg Elgersma, Trude Marie Lyngstad, Petter Elstrøm & Kjetil Telle
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-1-sjp-10.1177_14034948221100685 for COVID-19 vaccination rates among healthcare workers by immigrant background: A nation-wide registry study from Norway by Kristian Bandlien Kraft, Ingeborg Elgersma, Trude Marie Lyngstad, Petter Elstrøm and Kjetil Telle in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

Supplemental Material - Marital Histories and Associations With Later-Life Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Risk in the HUNT4 70+ Study in Norway

Vegard Skirbekk, Catherine E. Bowen, Asta Håberg, Astanand Jugessur, Bo Engdahl, Bernt Bratsberg, Ekaterina Zotcheva, Geir Selbæk, Hans-Peter Kohler, Jordan Weiss, Jennifer R. Harris, Sarah E. Tom, Steinar Krokstad, Yaakov Stern & Bjørn Heine Strand
Supplemental Material for Marital Histories and Associations With Later-Life Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Risk in the HUNT4 70+ Study in Norway by Vegard Skirbekk, Asta Håberg, Ekaterina Zotcheva, Bo Lars Engdahl, Steinar Krokstad, Hans-Peter Kohler, Astanand Jugessur, PhD, Bernt Bratsberg, Jordan Weiss, PhD, Catherine Bowen, Sarah Tom, PhD, Jennifer Harris, PhD, Yaakov Stern, PhD, Geir Selbæk, and Heine Strand, PhD in Journal of Aging and Health

Additional file 3 of Assessing trial representativeness using serious adverse events: an observational analysis using aggregate and individual-level data from clinical trials and routine healthcare data

Peter Hanlon, Elaine Butterly, Anoop S. V. Shah, Laurie J. Hannigan, Sarah H. Wild, Bruce Guthrie, Frances S. Mair, Sofia Dias, Nicky J. Welton & David A. McAllister
Additional file 3: Supplementary figures S24-S44. Observed/expected SAEs before and after standardization by multimorbidity count. Figure S24. Observed/expected SAEs before and after standardization by multimorbidity count: asthma trials. Figure S25. Observed/expected SAEs before and after standardization by multimorbidity count: atrial fibrillation trials. Figure S26. observed/expected SAEs before and after standardization by multimorbidity count: axial spondyloarthritis trials. Figure S27. Observed/expected SAEs before and after standardization by multimorbidity count: benign prostatic hyperplasia trials. Figure S28. Observed/expected SAEs...

Heart failure describing the underlying cause of death: a misconception, lack of information on the true underlying causes, or both?

Gerhard Sulo, Christian Lycke Ellingsen, Enxhela Sulo, Mohsen Naghavi & Stein Emil Vollset
Aim:The underlying cause of death represents the most important information on death certificates. Often, conditions that cannot represent a true underlying cause of death are listed as such. This phenomenon affects the quality of vital statistics and results of studies using cause-specific mortality as endpoints. We aimed at exploring the magnitude and factors associated with the use of heart failure to describe the underlying cause of death.Methods:In this cross-sectional, register based study we linked data...

Additional file 1 of Assessment of the quality and content of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for vitamin D and for immigrants using the AGREE-II instrument: a protocol for systematic review

Said Yousef, Lamia Hayawi, Douglas Manuel, Ian Colman, Manny Papadimitropoulos, Alomgir Hossain, Moez AlIslam Faris & George A. Wells
Additional file 1. PRISMA-P checklist-Vit D Yousef et al..

Additional file 1 of Assessment of the quality and content of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for vitamin D and for immigrants using the AGREE-II instrument: a protocol for systematic review

Said Yousef, Lamia Hayawi, Douglas Manuel, Ian Colman, Manny Papadimitropoulos, Alomgir Hossain, Moez AlIslam Faris & George A. Wells
Additional file 1. PRISMA-P checklist-Vit D Yousef et al..

Additional file 2 of Assessment of the quality and content of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for vitamin D and for immigrants using the AGREE-II instrument: a protocol for systematic review

Said Yousef, Lamia Hayawi, Douglas Manuel, Ian Colman, Manny Papadimitropoulos, Alomgir Hossain, Moez AlIslam Faris & George A. Wells
Additional file 2. Ovid Medline CPGs.

Supplementary document for Fabry–Perot resonance-suppressed double-layer metal mesh window for electromagnetic interference shielding - 6031351.pdf

Hongxing Dong, Haonan Li, Zhiqin Yin, Chi Zhang, Yaqiang Zhang, Ruixiang Deng, Shao-Wei Wang & Long Zhang
proof of no reflected waves and lift-out process

Blowing in the wind? Testing the effect of weather on the spatial distribution of crime using Generalized Additive Models

Rannveig Hart, Willy Pedersen & Torbjørn Skardhamar
Abstract Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated in a North European cool climate zone. We investigate the effect of weather on the overall level of crime in the city, as well as the impact of different aspects of weather (temperature, wind speed, precipitation) on the spatial distribution of crime, net of both total level of crime, time of day and seasonality. Geocoded locations of criminal offences were combined with data on temperature, wind speed,...

Additional file 3 of Contextualizing critical thinking about health using digital technology in secondary schools in Kenya: a qualitative analysis

Faith Chesire, Marlyn Ochieng, Michael Mugisha, Ronald Ssenyonga, Matt Oxman, Allen Nsangi, Daniel Semakula, Laetitia Nyirazinyoye, Simon Lewin, Nelson K. Sewankambo, Margaret Kaseje, Andrew D. Oxman & Sarah Rosenbaum
Additional file 3. ICT observation checklist.

Additional file 3 of Contextualizing critical thinking about health using digital technology in secondary schools in Kenya: a qualitative analysis

Faith Chesire, Marlyn Ochieng, Michael Mugisha, Ronald Ssenyonga, Matt Oxman, Allen Nsangi, Daniel Semakula, Laetitia Nyirazinyoye, Simon Lewin, Nelson K. Sewankambo, Margaret Kaseje, Andrew D. Oxman & Sarah Rosenbaum
Additional file 3. ICT observation checklist.

Contextualizing critical thinking about health using digital technology in secondary schools in Kenya: a qualitative analysis

Faith Chesire, Marlyn Ochieng, Michael Mugisha, Ronald Ssenyonga, Matt Oxman, Allen Nsangi, Daniel Semakula, Laetitia Nyirazinyoye, Simon Lewin, Nelson K. Sewankambo, Margaret Kaseje, Andrew D. Oxman & Sarah Rosenbaum
Abstract Background Good health decisions depend on one’s ability to think critically about health claims and make informed health choices. Young people can learn these skills through school-based interventions, but learning resources need to be low-cost and built around lessons that can fit into existing curricula. As a first step to developing and evaluating digital learning resources that are feasible to use in Kenyan secondary schools, we conducted a context analysis to explore interest in...

Additional file 1 of Lower transmissibility of SARS-CoV-2 among asymptomatic cases: evidence from contact tracing data in Oslo, Norway

Fredrik Methi & Elisabeth Henie Madslien
Additional file 1: Supplementary Fig. 1. Share of asymptomatic cases by date. Supplementary Fig. 2. SAR-14 by calendar month. Supplementary Fig. 3. Share of indexes being asymptomatic by age. Supplementary Fig. 4. Share of close contacts tested within 14 days. Supplementary Fig. 5. Probability of testing positive conditional on testing. Supplementary Fig. 6. Probability of testing positive by type of close contact. Supplementary Fig. 7. SAR-14 by age group. Supplementary Table 1. Logistic regression. Probability...

Lower transmissibility of SARS-CoV-2 among asymptomatic cases: evidence from contact tracing data in Oslo, Norway

Fredrik Methi & Elisabeth Henie Madslien
Abstract Background Asymptomatic COVID-19 cases have complicated the surveillance and tracking of the pandemic. Previous studies have estimated that 15–25% of all infectees remain asymptomatic. Methods Based on contact tracing data from Oslo, Norway, we estimated transmission and susceptibility dynamics among symptomatic and asymptomatic cases and their contacts as identified by manual contact tracing between September 1, 2020, and September 1, 2021. Results Among 27,473 indexes and 164,153 registered contacts, the secondary attack rate (SAR-14)...

The evolvement of trust in response to the COVID-19 pandemic among migrants in Norway

Raquel Herrero-Arias, Gaby Ortiz-Barreda, Elżbieta Czapka & Esperanza Diaz
Abstract Background The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound consequences for the world’s population, particularly for vulnerable groups like migrants who face barriers to healthcare access. Trust in authorities is crucial to any crisis management strategy implemented by a government. However, trust in authorities is linked to trust in other areas of life and it evolves during a crisis. This study explores migrants’ trust in the Norwegian government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods We conducted...

Additional file 1 of Assessing trial representativeness using serious adverse events: an observational analysis using aggregate and individual-level data from clinical trials and routine healthcare data

Peter Hanlon, Elaine Butterly, Anoop S. V. Shah, Laurie J. Hannigan, Sarah H. Wild, Bruce Guthrie, Frances S. Mair, Sofia Dias, Nicky J. Welton & David A. McAllister
Additional file 1: Supplementary figures S1-S21. Trial level estimates of observed/expected SAEs. Figure S1. Observed/expected SAEs in asthma trials. Figure S2. Observed/expected SAEs in atrial fibrillation trials. Figure S3. Observed/expected SAEs in axial spondyloarthritis trials. Figure S4. Observed/expected SAEs in benign prostatic hyperplasia trials. Figure S5. Observed/expected SAEs in dementia trials. Figure S6. Observed/expected SAEs in type 2 diabetes mellitus trials. Figure S7. Observed/expected SAEs in epilepsy trials. Figure S8. Observed/expected SAEs in hypertension trials....

Additional file 1 of Maternal vitamin D during pregnancy and offspring autism and autism-associated traits: a prospective cohort study

Paul Madley-Dowd, Christina Dardani, Robyn E. Wootton, Kyle Dack, Tom Palmer, Rupert Thurston, Alexandra Havdahl, Jean Golding, Deborah Lawlor & Dheeraj Rai
Additional file 1. Supplementary material.

Supplementary Materials from The emergence and shift in seasonality of Lyme borreliosis in Northern Europe

Asena Goren, Hildegunn Viljugrein, Inger Maren Rivrud, Solveig Jore, Haakon Bakka, Yngvild Vindenes & Atle Mysterud
Supplementary figures, tables, and methods description created in R markdown for viewing in a web browser.

Supplementary material from \"The emergence and shift in seasonality of Lyme borreliosis in Northern Europe\"

Asena Goren, Hildegunn Viljugrein, Inger Maren Rivrud, Solveig Jore, Haakon Bakka, Yngvild Vindenes & Atle Mysterud
Climate change has had a major impact on seasonal weather patterns, resulting in marked phenological changes in a wide range of taxa. However, empirical studies of how changes in seasonality impact the emergence and seasonal dynamics of vector-borne diseases have been limited. Lyme borreliosis, a bacterial infection spread by hard-bodied ticks, is the most common vector-borne disease in the northern hemisphere and has been rapidly increasing in both incidence and geographical distribution in many regions...

Additional file 1 of The persistence of anti-Spike antibodies following two SARS-CoV-2 vaccine doses in patients on immunosuppressive therapy compared to healthy controls—a prospective cohort study

Ingrid Egeland Christensen, Ingrid Jyssum, Anne Therese Tveter, Joseph Sexton, Trung T. Tran, Siri Mjaaland, Grete Birkeland Kro, Tore K. Kvien, David John Warren, Jørgen Jahnsen, Ludvig A. Munthe, Espen A. Haavardsholm, John Torgils Vaage, Gunnveig Grødeland, Fridtjof Lund-Johansen, Kristin Kaasen Jørgensen, Silje Watterdal Syversen, Guro Løvik Goll & Sella Aarrestad Provan
Additional file 1: Section 1. Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria. Section 2. Supplementary Figures S1-S4. Fig. S1. Flow-chart of analyses population. Fig. S2. Margins plot of the estimated 30 days reduction at different intervals between first and second serum assessment. Fig. S3. Scatter plot of antibody levels and timing of blood sampling. Fig. S4. Levels of anti-RBD antibodies at first and second assessment across diagnoses. Section 3. Supplementary Tables S1-S5. Table S1. Predictors of anti-RBD level...

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