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Additional file 3 of Empirical evidence of study design biases in nutrition randomised controlled trials: a meta-epidemiological study

Julia Stadelmaier, Isabelle Roux, Maria Petropoulou & Lukas Schwingshackl
Additional file 3: Table S1. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Random sequence). Table S2. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Allocation concealment). Table S3. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Blinding of participants/personnel). Table S4. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Blinding of outcome assessment). Table S5. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Incomplete outcome data). Table S6. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Selective Reporting). Table S7. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes...

Additional file 3 of Empirical evidence of study design biases in nutrition randomised controlled trials: a meta-epidemiological study

Julia Stadelmaier, Isabelle Roux, Maria Petropoulou & Lukas Schwingshackl
Additional file 3: Table S1. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Random sequence). Table S2. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Allocation concealment). Table S3. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Blinding of participants/personnel). Table S4. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Blinding of outcome assessment). Table S5. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Incomplete outcome data). Table S6. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes (Selective Reporting). Table S7. Exclusion reasons for highly correlated outcomes...

Subsurface fluid storage in future energy systems

Johannes Miocic , Niklas Heinemann , Suzanne Hangx & Katriona Edlmann
Storage of energy and carbon dioxide in subsurface geological formations has been identified as key for future systems relying on renewable, zero carbon power and heat generation. All subsurface storage systems rely on the properties and integrity of the reservoir and its confining units under thermal, mechanical, hydraulic and chemical stress. These similarities enable the transfer of know-how from one type of fluid storage to another, highlighting the need for research knowledge exchange. Besides the...

Romania’s natural forest types – a biogeographic and phytosociological overview in the context of politics and conservation

Albert Reif, Erika Schneider, Adrian OPREA, Laszlo Rakosy & Rainer Luick
This report provides an overview of the forest vegetation and the status of its conservation in Romania. Due to a large range of climates and soils, and a long-lasting postglacial vegetation history, the Romanian forests are highly diverse and species-rich ecosystems. Approximately 150 natural types of forest ecosystems have been described. Seven zonal forest formations were distinguished: (1) forest steppes and dry oak forests; (2) forests with Oriental hornbeam (Carpinus orientalis); (3) forests with oaks...

4.4. Kommunikation im medizinischen Team

Mirjam Körner, Julia Haller & Sonja Becker
Kapitel des Online Lehrbuch der Medizinischen Psychologie und Medizinischen Soziologie

Fostering Reflection, Dialogue and Collaboration among Actors at the UN Climate Change Conferences

Kathleen Anne Mar, Carolin Fraude, Thomas Bruhn, Niko Schäpke, Dorota Stasiak, Heike Schroeder, Christine Wamsler & Mark Lawrence
At their core, the UN Climate Change conferences known as “COPs” are the primary international venue for negotiating how countries should act and cooperate to avoid dangerous climate change. The 2015 Paris Agreement is its most recent notable success. Although the climate negotiations are a state government-led process, the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) community has increasingly recognized the need for dialogue and engagement with non-governmental stakeholders in acknowledgement of the critical...

sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128477 - Supplemental material for Trends in Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization in British Columbia: Descriptive Analysis of Population-Based Linked Administrative Data from 2008 to 2018

Jackson P. Loyal, M. Ruth Lavergne, Mehdi Shirmaleki, Benedikt Fischer, Ridhwana Kaoser, Jack Makolewksi & Will Small
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221128477 for Trends in Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization in British Columbia: Descriptive Analysis of Population-Based Linked Administrative Data from 2008 to 2018 by Jackson P. Loyal, M. Ruth Lavergne, Mehdi Shirmaleki, Benedikt Fischer, Ridhwana Kaoser, Jack Makolewksi and Will Small in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Additional file 1 of Early clinical course of biopsy-proven IgA vasculitis nephritis

Sarina Butzer, Imke Hennies, Charlotte Gimpel, Jutta Gellermann, Gesa Schalk, Sabine König, Anja K. Büscher, Anja Lemke & Martin Pohl
Additional file 1. Comparative subgroup analysis. Of 66 patients, we identified 28 children with crescentic glomeruli and/or nephrotic syndrome at onset of IgAVN. Referring to the German Society of Pediatric Nephology, a corticosteroid pulse therapy only would have been recommended. Of these 28 children, 17 received corticosteroid pulse therapy per protocol, 11 did not receive any immunosuppressive therapy. We therefore performed a comparative subgroup analysis which showed similar improvements of clinical symptoms and proteinuria.

Drilling overdeepened (Eastern) Alpine Valleys and Basins

Markus Fiebig , Flavio Anselmetti , Marius Büchi , Gerald Gabriel , Ernst Kroemer , Frank Preusser , Jürgen Reitner , Sebastian Schaller , Bennet Schuster , David Tanner & Ulrike Wielandt-Schuster
The panalpine project "DOVE" (Drilling Overdeepened Alpine Valleys), co-funded by the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP), is drilling a series of overdeepened glacial troughs around the Alps that were formed by subglacial erosion during past glaciations. In the northeastern section of the DOVE project, we (re)investigate the inneralpine basin of Bad Aussee (Traun glacier area, Austria), the subalpine basin of the Salzach Foreland glacier (Neusillersdorf, Bavaria), and the tongue basin area of the Pleistocene...

Psychometric properties of the rehabilitation treatment beliefs questionnaire for psychosomatic rehabilitation

Anne Nau, Gloria Metzner, Rieka von der Warth, Matthias Sehlbrede, Jürgen Bengel, Matthias Rudolph & Manuela Glattacker
Treatment beliefs play a crucial role for patient satisfaction and the treatment outcome in psychosomatic rehabilitation. The aim of this study was the development and the psychometric evaluation of an indication-specific questionnaire of beliefs about psychosomatic rehabilitation. The study was conducted at a psychosomatic rehabilitation clinic. The primary item list comprised k = 125 items. After a descriptive item analysis, we conducted an exploratory factor analysis. Furthermore, we tested reliability via McDonald’s Omega and construct...

Lysosomal damage drives mitochondrial proteome remodelling and reprograms macrophage immunometabolism.

Claudio Bussi, Tiaan Heunis, Enrica Pellegrino, Elliott M Bernard, Nourdine Bah, Mariana Silva Dos Santos, Pierre Santucci, Beren Aylan, Angela Rodgers, Antony Fearns, Julia Mitschke, Christopher Moore, James I MacRae, Maria Greco, Thomas Reinheckel, Matthias Trost & Maximiliano G Gutierrez
Transient lysosomal damage after infection with cytosolic pathogens or silica crystals uptake results in protease leakage. Whether limited leakage of lysosomal contents into the cytosol affects the function of cytoplasmic organelles is unknown. Here, we show that sterile and non-sterile lysosomal damage triggers a cell death independent proteolytic remodelling of the mitochondrial proteome in macrophages. Mitochondrial metabolic reprogramming required leakage of lysosomal cathepsins and was independent of mitophagy, mitoproteases and proteasome degradation. In an in...

Lysosomal damage drives mitochondrial proteome remodelling and reprograms macrophage immunometabolism.

Claudio Bussi, Tiaan Heunis, Enrica Pellegrino, Elliott M Bernard, Nourdine Bah, Mariana Silva Dos Santos, Pierre Santucci, Beren Aylan, Angela Rodgers, Antony Fearns, Julia Mitschke, Christopher Moore, James I MacRae, Maria Greco, Thomas Reinheckel, Matthias Trost & Maximiliano G Gutierrez
Transient lysosomal damage after infection with cytosolic pathogens or silica crystals uptake results in protease leakage. Whether limited leakage of lysosomal contents into the cytosol affects the function of cytoplasmic organelles is unknown. Here, we show that sterile and non-sterile lysosomal damage triggers a cell death independent proteolytic remodelling of the mitochondrial proteome in macrophages. Mitochondrial metabolic reprogramming required leakage of lysosomal cathepsins and was independent of mitophagy, mitoproteases and proteasome degradation. In an in...

Can environmental regulations facilitate total-factor efficiencies in OECD countries? Energy-saving target VS emission-reduction target

Yun Wang, Yan Dong & Xiaohua Sun
The heterogeneity of command-and-control and market-based environmental regulations has been fully discussed. However, the classification of environmental regulations based on target-oriented approaches have not been investigated, especially the differentiated impacts on green total-factor productivity (GTFP). To bridge this gap in the literature, this study divides environmental regulations into energy-saving target (EST) regulations and emission-reduction target (ERT) regulations based on the regulation target, and compares their heterogeneous impacts on GTFP. The GTFP is measured and further...

Communication geosciences and higher education teaching

Malte Junge , Lennart A. Fischer , Sylke Hlawatsch & Martin Meschede
Geoscientific questions are increasingly relevant in our daily life. However, the public awareness of geoscientific topics is very limited. Therefore, it is important to inverse the visibility of geoscientific challenges and solutions in our society. Communicating geosciences to a broader audience implies the use of innovative strategies for public outreach. We have to encourage kids to become enthusiastic about geoscientific topics already in schools and leisure activities such as museums. Besides public outreach and school...

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