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Dissipation rates, residue distribution and dietary risk assessment of isoprothiolane and tebuconazole in paddy field using UPLC-MS/MS

Guofeng Chen, Feng Liu, Xiaobo Zhang, Jiannan Dong, Yuxin Qiao, Ruiying Zhang & Hui Liao
A QuEChERS method was developed to simultaneously quantify isoprothiolane and tebuconazole in paddy field samples by using UPLC-MS/MS. The method has been successfully applied in determining isoprothiolane and tebuconazole in brown rice, polished rice, rice husk and straw. The dissipation behaviour of isoprothiolane and tebuconazole in rice followed first-order kinetics, with a linear correlation coefficient of 0.8283 to 0.9877. The degradation half-life of isoprothiolane in rice grain was 6.5–25.7 days, whereas that of tebuconazole was...

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Viral RNA level, serum antibody responses, and transmission risk in recovered COVID-19 patients with recurrent positive SARS-CoV-2 RNA test results: a population-based observational cohort study

Chao Yang, Min Jiang, Xiaohui Wang, Xiujuan Tang, Shisong Fang, Hao Li, Le Zuo, Yixiang Jiang, Yifan Zhong, Qiongcheng Chen, Chenli Zheng, Lei Wang, Shuang Wu, Weihua Wu, Hui Liu, Jing Yuan, Xuejiao Liao, Zhen Zhang, Xiaolu Shi, Yijie Geng, Huan Zhang, Huanying Zheng, Min Wan, Linying Lu, Xiaohu Ren … & Qinghua Hu
Managing recovered COVID-19 patients with recurrent-positive SARS-CoV-2 RNA test results is challenging. We performed a population-based observational study to characterize the viral RNA level and serum antibody responses in recurrent-positive patients and evaluate their viral transmission risk. Of 479 recovered COVID-19 patients, 93 (19%) recurrent-positive patients were identified, characterized by younger age, with a median discharge-to-recurrent-positive length of 8 days. After readmission, recurrent-positive patients exhibited mild (28%) or absent (72%) symptoms, with no disease progression....

Viral RNA level, serum antibody responses, and transmission risk in recovered COVID-19 patients with recurrent positive SARS-CoV-2 RNA test results: a population-based observational cohort study

Chao Yang, Min Jiang, Xiaohui Wang, Xiujuan Tang, Shisong Fang, Hao Li, Le Zuo, Yixiang Jiang, Yifan Zhong, Qiongcheng Chen, Chenli Zheng, Lei Wang, Shuang Wu, Weihua Wu, Hui Liu, Jing Yuan, Xuejiao Liao, Zhen Zhang, Xiaolu Shi, Yijie Geng, Huan Zhang, Huanying Zheng, Min Wan, Linying Lu, Xiaohu Ren … & Qinghua Hu
Managing recovered COVID-19 patients with recurrent-positive SARS-CoV-2 RNA test results is challenging. We performed a population-based observational study to characterize the viral RNA level and serum antibody responses in recurrent-positive patients and evaluate their viral transmission risk. Of 479 recovered COVID-19 patients, 93 (19%) recurrent-positive patients were identified, characterized by younger age, with a median discharge-to-recurrent-positive length of 8 days. After readmission, recurrent-positive patients exhibited mild (28%) or absent (72%) symptoms, with no disease progression....

Valuing Cooperation and Constructive Controversy: A Tribute to David W. Johnson

Dean Tjosvold, Daniel Druckman, Roger Johnson, Karl Smith & Cary Roseth

A Multivariate Analysis of the Relationship Between Undergraduate Fraternity/Sorority Involvement and Academic Performance

Larry D. Long

A new functionalized reduced graphene oxide adsorbent for removing heavy metal ions in water via coordination and ion exchange

Chao-Zhi Zhang, Bin Chen, Yuan Bai & Jing Xie
Heavy metal ion pollution has become a serious problem. In this paper, a new type of adsorbent, reduced graphene oxide grafted by 4-sulfophenylazo groups (RGOS), was synthesized to adsorb heavy metal ions in an aqueous solution via two kinds of adsorption modes, ion exchange and coordination. The maximum adsorption capacities of the RGOS for Pb(II), Cu(II), Ni(II), Cd(II) and Cr(III) were 689, 59, 66, 267 and 191 mg/g, respectively. Adsorption equilibrium time of RGOS for...

Curcumin mediates autophagy and apoptosis in granulosa cells: a study of integrated network pharmacology and molecular docking to elucidate toxicological mechanisms

Zhen Lin, Huazhong Liu, Chunyan Yang, Haiying Zheng, Yu Zhang, Weiming Su & Jianghua Shang
Curcumin (Cur) is a flavonoid derived from Curcuma longa L. that has been shown to have a variety of biological activities, but some previous studies have described its non-negligible negative effects on female reproduction and embryo development. To further explore the toxic stress effect, this study investigated apoptosis and autophagy of healthy buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) derived granulosa cells (GCs) exposed to Cur and/or autophagy inhibitors. Results showed that Cur declined viability of GCs in a...

Abietane diterpenoids with neuroprotective activities from Phlegmariurus carinatus

Yang Liu, Qiang Wang, Dong-Kun Zheng, De Zhang, Zhen Xie, Jia-Wei Hu, Xin-Hua Xie, Jing Li & Shu-Ping Jiang
Two new abietane diterpenoids, phlecarinatone A (1) and phlecarinatone B (2), along with two known analogues (3 and 4), were isolated from Phlegmariurus carinatus. The structures of 1 − 4 were unambiguously elucidated by comprehensive spectroscopic analyses. Abietane diterpenoids were isolated from the plant for the first time. All isolates were tested for their neuroprotective activities against H2O2-induced SH-SY5Y cells injury, and compound 2 showed moderate effect at the concentrations ranging from 5 ∼ 20...

Additional file 1 of Effects of omega-3 supplementation on components of the endocannabinoid system and metabolic and inflammatory responses in adipose and liver of peripartum dairy cows

Gitit Kra, Jayasimha Rayalu Daddam, Uzi Moallem, Hadar Kamer, Radka Kočvarová, Alina Nemirovski, G. Andres Contreras, Joseph Tam & Maya Zachut
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Plasma cortisol concentrations in response to ACTH-challenge of postpartum dairy cows supplemented with n-3 (21 DIM). Fig. S2. Distribution of adipocytes according to adipocyte area of adipose tissue of PP dairy cows supplemented with n-3 fatty acids or control diet. Fig. S3. Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) protein abundance of ECS-related proteins during the 1st week PP of dairy cows supplemented with n-3 fatty acids. Fig. S4. Western blot images...

Understanding drivers of influenza vaccine hesitancy among pregnant women in China: evidence from an extended theory of planned behavior

Liuqing Yang, Guoping Yang, Qiang Wang, Tingting Cui, Naiyang Shi, Shixin Xiu, Lin Zhu, Xuepeng Xu, Hui Jin & Lili Ji
Pregnant women’s influenza vaccination uptake was low, although being recommended as a priority. We conducted a cross-sectional questionnaire survey in China from June to July 2021. Hierarchical regression analysis and structural equation modeling were performed based on the extended theory of planned behavior, in which attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control, and intention each affect vaccine hesitancy; response efficacy, knowledge, vulnerability, and severity were added as extended dimensions; vaccination history played as a moderator. Totally,...

Additional file 1 of In-hospital initiation of PCSK9 inhibitor and short-term lipid control in patients with acute myocardial infarction

Bowen Lou, Hui Liu, Yongbai Luo, Gulinigaer Tuerhong Jiang, Haoyu Wu, Chen Wang, Yue Wu, Bo Zhou, Zuyi Yuan, Jianqing She & Junhui Liu
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Jitter and hist plots (statin plus evolocumab-based PSM).

Early perioperative versus postoperative meloxicam for pain control in patients undergoing orthopedic surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Abdelrahman Mahmoud, Mohamed Abuelazm, Ali Ashraf Salah Ahmed, Mahmoud Elshinawy, Toka Ashour, Mohamed Abugdida & Basel Abdelazeem
Post-orthopaedic operative pain is a serious concern that often requires the administration of analgesics; however, the optimal time of analgesic administration is still inconclusive. Perioperative analgesia is administrating pre-emptive analgesia before and during the surgery followed by postoperative analgesia to decrease the procedure associated nociceptive response. We aim to assess perioperative meloxicam versus postoperative meloxicam for pain control after orthopaedic operations. A systematic review and meta-analysis involving randomized controlled trials from PubMed, Embase, Scopus, WOS,...

Additional file 4 of Reversal of cancer gene expression identifies repurposed drugs for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma

Guisheng Zhao, Patrick Newbury, Yukitomo Ishi, Eugene Chekalin, Billy Zeng, Benjamin S. Glicksberg, Anita Wen, Shreya Paithankar, Takahiro Sasaki, Amreena Suri, Javad Nazarian, Michael E. Pacold, Daniel J. Brat, Theodore Nicolaides, Bin Chen & Rintaro Hashizume
Additional file 4: Supplementary Figures S1. Enriched target class of TOP (top) and HDAC (bottom) in the predictions. Supplementary Figures S2. Cell viability assay valuation of MMF. Supplementary Figures S3. RNAseq analysis of MMF-treated SF8628 (A) and SU-DIPG- IV (B) cells. Supplementary Figures S4. Expression of IMPDH2 in pediatric high-grade glioma cells. Supplementary Figures S5. In vivo anti-tumor activity of MMF by CED in orthotopic patient-derived DIPG xenografts.

Constructing new acid-activated anticancer peptide by attaching a desirable anionic binding partner peptide

Yun Zhang, Linlin Chang, Hexin Bao, Xiaoyan Wu, Hui Liu, Sanhu Gou, Jingying Zhang & Jingman Ni
Improving the cell selectivity of anticancer peptides (ACPs) is a major hurdle in their clinical utilisation. In this study, a new acid-activated ACP was designed by conjugating a cationic ACP LK to its anionic binding partner peptide (LEH) via a disulphide linker to trigger antitumor activity at acidic pH while masking its killing activity at normal pH. Three anionic binding peptides containing different numbers of glutamic acid (Glu) and histidine were engineered to obtain an...

Additional file 1 of Gestational diabetes mellitus, prenatal maternal depression, and risk for postpartum depression: an Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Study

Lauren C. Shuffrey, Maristella Lucchini, Santiago Morales, Ayesha Sania, Christine Hockett, Emily Barrett, Kecia N. Carroll, Camille C. Cioffi, Dana Dabelea, Sean Deoni, Anne L. Dunlop, Arielle Deutsch, William P. Fifer, Morgan R. Firestein, Monique M. Hedderson, Melanie Jacobson, Rachel S. Kelly, Jean M. Kerver, W. Alex Mason, Hooman Mirzakhani, Thomas G. O’Connor, Leonardo Trasande, Scott Weiss, Rosalind Wright, Yeyi Zhu … & Catherine Monk
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Additional file 4 of A custom library construction method for super-resolution ribosome profiling in Arabidopsis

Hsin-Yen Larry Wu & Polly Yingshan Hsu
Additional file 4. Markdown file of example data analysis.

Additional file 1 of SLAMF7 modulates B cells and adaptive immunity to regulate susceptibility to CNS autoimmunity

Patrick O’Connell, Maja K. Blake, Sarah Godbehere, Andrea Amalfitano & Yasser A. Aldhamen
Additional file 1: Figure S1. (A) Confocal imaging of SLAMF7 and Iba1 on mouse brain tissue during peak EAE. Magnifications 1 and 2 highlight regions with SLAMF7+ Iba1− non-microglial cells and SLAMF7− Iba1+ microglia, respectively. (B–E) Notable co-expression patterns of SLAMF7 with other regulatory markers on various CNS immune cell subsets during EAE. (B) Co-expression of SLAMF7 and PD-1 on CD8+ T cells, (C) SLAMF7 co-expression with CD38 on CD8+ T cells, (D) co-expression of...

Additional file 1 of Water-soluble saponins accumulate in drought-stressed switchgrass and may inhibit yeast growth during bioethanol production

Sarvada Chipkar, Katherine Smith, Elizabeth M. Whelan, Derek J. Debrauske, Annie Jen, Katherine A. Overmyer, Andrea Senyk, Larkin Hooker-Moericke, Marissa Gallmeyer, Joshua J. Coon, A. Daniel Jones, Trey K. Sato & Rebecca G. Ong
Additional file 1. Supplemental methods and data: biomass composition, hydrolysate composition, and statistical analyses.

Additional file 1 of Comparison of clinical outcomes of frozen-thawed D5 and D6 blastocysts undergoing preimplantation genetic testing

Guanling Yu, Shuiying Ma, Hui Liu, Yujin Liu, Haozhen Zhang, Wenjia Zhang & Keliang Wu
Additional file 1: Figure S1. More representative images of blastocysts from frozen-thawed D5 (A) and frozen-thawed D6 (B). Figure S2. Representative images of blastocysts from frozen-thawed D5 (A) and frozen-thawed D6 (B) during aspiration. Figure S3. Comparisons of the pregnancy ratio (A) and abortion ratio (B) between patients received high quality of blastocyst transplantation from frozen-thawed D5 and general quality from frozen-thawed D6. Fisher’s exact test. Figure S4. Comparisons of the pregnancy ratio (A) and...

Additional file 1 of Comparison of clinical outcomes of frozen-thawed D5 and D6 blastocysts undergoing preimplantation genetic testing

Guanling Yu, Shuiying Ma, Hui Liu, Yujin Liu, Haozhen Zhang, Wenjia Zhang & Keliang Wu
Additional file 1: Figure S1. More representative images of blastocysts from frozen-thawed D5 (A) and frozen-thawed D6 (B). Figure S2. Representative images of blastocysts from frozen-thawed D5 (A) and frozen-thawed D6 (B) during aspiration. Figure S3. Comparisons of the pregnancy ratio (A) and abortion ratio (B) between patients received high quality of blastocyst transplantation from frozen-thawed D5 and general quality from frozen-thawed D6. Fisher’s exact test. Figure S4. Comparisons of the pregnancy ratio (A) and...

Supplementary document for Optical trapping and manipulation of massive particles based on spatial diffraction of 45° titled fiber Bragg grating - 6171376.pdf

Wei Lin, Shiyu Zhang, Bo Liu, Hao Zhang, Haifeng Liu, Jun-Yuan Han & Feng Liu
High-resolution figures for Fig. 4 (a)-(d), Fig. 5 (b)(e)(h), Fig.11 (a) (b) and Fig.14 (a)(b)(d)(e), respectively.

sj-pdf-1-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 – Supplemental material for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents

Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen & Ping Fu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents by Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen and Ping Fu in The Journal of Vascular Access

sj-pdf-3-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 – Supplemental material for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents

Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen & Ping Fu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-3-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents by Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen and Ping Fu in The Journal of Vascular Access

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