4 Works

A Metric for Differential Chromatic Refraction in the Context of the Legacy Survey of Space and Time

Weixiang Yu, Gordon Richards, Peter Yoachim & Christina Peters
We provide a code repository for computing a metric to investigate how measurements of differential chromatic refraction might influence choices for survey strategy in the Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time.

An evaluation of stakeholder engagement in comparative effectiveness research: lessons learned from SWOG S1415CD:Supplementary material

Ari Bell-Brown, Kate Watabayashi, Karma Kreizenbeck, Scott D Ramsey, Aasthaa Bansal, William E Barlow, Gary H Lyman, Dawn L Hershman, Anne Marie Mercurio, Barbara Segarra-Vazquez, Barbara Segarra-Vazquez7, Jamie S Myers, John D Golenski, Judy Johnson, Robert L Erwin, Guneet Walia, Jeffrey Crawford & Sean D Sullivan
Aim: Stakeholder engagement is central to comparative effectiveness research yet there are gaps in definitions of success. We used a framework developed by Lavallee et al. defining effective engagement criteria to evaluate stakeholder engagement during a pragmatic cluster-randomized trial. Methods: Semistructured interviews were developed from the framework and completed to learn about members’ experiences. Interviews were analyzed in a deductive approach for themes related to the effective engagement criteria. Results: Thirteen members participated and described:...

An evaluation of stakeholder engagement in comparative effectiveness research: lessons learned from SWOG S1415CD:Supplementary material

Ari Bell-Brown, Kate Watabayashi, Karma Kreizenbeck, Scott D Ramsey, Aasthaa Bansal, William E Barlow, Gary H Lyman, Dawn L Hershman, Anne Marie Mercurio, Barbara Segarra-Vazquez, Barbara Segarra-Vazquez7, Jamie S Myers, John D Golenski, Judy Johnson, Robert L Erwin, Guneet Walia, Jeffrey Crawford & Sean D Sullivan
Aim: Stakeholder engagement is central to comparative effectiveness research yet there are gaps in definitions of success. We used a framework developed by Lavallee et al. defining effective engagement criteria to evaluate stakeholder engagement during a pragmatic cluster-randomized trial. Methods: Semistructured interviews were developed from the framework and completed to learn about members’ experiences. Interviews were analyzed in a deductive approach for themes related to the effective engagement criteria. Results: Thirteen members participated and described:...

Nanoparticle-mediated delivery of Tanshinone IIA reduces adverse cardiac remodeling following myocardial infarctions in a mice model: role of NF-κB pathway

Shuai Mao, Lei Wang, Peipei Chen, Yong Lan, Rui Guo & Minzhou Zhang
Our previous works have shown that tanshinone IIA inhibited maladaptive extracellular matrix remodeling in cardiac fibroblasts implicating its potential role in treating of pathologic cardiac remodeling. However, the intrinsically poor solubility and bioavailability of tanshinone IIA hindered its clinical application. Here we develop monomethoxy-poly (ethylene glycol)-poly (lactic acid)-D-α-Tocopheryl polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate (mPEG-PLA-TPGS) nanoparticle incorporating tanshinone IIA (tanshinone IIA-NPs) and study its efficacy in post-infarction left ventricular (LV) remodeling. Male C57BL/6 mice underwent left coronary...

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