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  • Hypocretinergic activation during REM sleep is likely related to the activation that occur during certain patterns of somatomotor activity [50]. Although motor output is inhibited at the motoneuron level during REM sleep, supraspinal motor systems are very active during this state [60–62]. In fact, in conjunction with PGO waves, a phasic event t…[Read more]

  • Previous work showed that lncRNAs show higher tissue specificity compared to mRNAs (). The work of Ching et al. supported this notion, and extended it by showing a reduction of specificity after malignant transformation, which is consistent with the de-differentiation status of cancers widely observed. They further show that lncRNA profiles in canc…[Read more]

  • MethodsResultsAs we have published previously, we did not find any statistically significant differences between the two cohorts based on vascular risk factors, clinical characteristics and neuroimaging data (Jove et al., 2015b). We observed DWI abnormalities in 115 (40.9%) patients. Moreover, SPOT pattern, present in 41 (35.7%) patients, was the…[Read more]

  • Neuraminidase inhibitors (NAI) are the most frequently used antiviral drug for management of influenza infection. Early NAI treatment was associated with shorter illness duration, and is most beneficial when treatment started within 2days of illness onset (Lee et al., 2015). However, except for induction of resistant strains, NAI treatment can not…[Read more]

  • DataThe datasets of this article provide additional information to [1] and contains four categories of data (datasets). The first dataset contains the optimization input and output data used in the statistical analysis in section 4.1.4 of [1] to compare between two supplier ranking approaches in a context of varying number of suppliers. The two…[Read more]

  • DataAll tables listed below contain the Affymetrix probeset ID, gene symbol, description of the gene, fold changes, and relevant normalized linear microarray data. There are four microarray replicates for the GC cell type and three replicates for the TCs, LLCs, and SLCs.Experimental design, materials and methodsFollicular granulosa (n=4) and theca…[Read more]

  • In diagnosing obturator hernia, CT imaging is superior to a plain abdominal film, ultrasonography or gastrointestinal imaging with a hydroxypropyl beta cyclodextrin medium. CT was first reported to be useful for detecting obturator hernia by Cubillo in 1983. It is now regarded as the standard diagnostic modality for obturator hernia, with a…[Read more]

  • A potent methodology was recently developed to generate a highly enriched population of floor-plate-derived midbrain lineage ESC-mDA and iPSC-mDA neurons sufficient to treat the large PD patient population (Kriks et al., 2011). Cellular Dynamics International made a critical translational advancement by developing a methodology to efficiently…[Read more]

  • It is known that radiation also alters the SVZ microenvironment. Using a computed tomography-guided localized radiation technique, a study demonstrated that the intact SVZ NSCs failed to migrate across the irradiated RMS, suggesting that the microenvironment becomes hostile for cell invasion after radiation (Achanta et al., 2012). Furthermore,…[Read more]

  • Main TextAcknowledgmentsMain TextAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPluripotent stem 17-DMAG manufacturer (PSCs) are defined by their ability for self-renewal and the capacity to differentiate into cells of the three embryonic germ layers: ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm (Thomson et al., 1998). These traits turn human PSCs (hPSCs) into a promising…[Read more]

  • DiscussionAcknowledgementsThis research was supported by a grant from the Research Council of Norway (Grant no. 228664) and from Nordforsk (Grant no. 74637). The NorLAG and LOGG surveys are financed by the Research Council of Norway (Grant nos. 149564 and 168373), Ministry of Health and Care Services, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Children,…[Read more]

  • We thus see that emotion regulation depends very much on culture and results in quite different outcomes for the Dutch and Filipino salespeople. These differences stem from the distinct self-concepts (Markus & Kitayama, 1991) and the corresponding distinct display rules (Keltner, Ekman, Gonzaga, & Beer, 2003) and impression management behaviors…[Read more]

  • Towns, cities, and residential areas are the most prominent manifestations of human culture (Jamalinezhad et al., 2012). Georges Marcais described the physical organization of city markets as ordered in a certain hierarchy that is only partly accidental (Abu-Lughod, 1987). A bazaar is one characteristic factor of cities in different historical…[Read more]

  • The organizing principles of space signify interpersonal relationships as much as they indicate the general state of mankind (Tuan, 1977). Therefore, lifestyle highly depends on one׳s ownership of a private space (Rossler et al., 2005; Hanson, 2008). In addition, the needs and abilities of residents also change in time (Baldwin and Tomita, 2007).…[Read more]

  • IntroductionAccidental ingestion of foreign bodies is common, and approximately 80–90% of ingested foreign bodies pass uneventfully through the gut within 1 week. In particular, <1% of patients who ingest a foreign body develop complications such as perforation or penetration of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Toothpick ingestion is a re…[Read more]

  • During the long pastirma-making process, muscle protein and fat are hydrolyzed to some extent, by internal enzymes, which eventually produce many small peptides, free amino acids, free fatty acids and volatiles. Those newly developed compounds, directly contribute to the unique flavor of Turkish pastirma. The muscles undergo physicochemical…[Read more]

  • Phytochemicals are plant secondary metabolites that possess many health benefits [8]. Their health benefits, including antidiabetic activities [9], are attributed to antioxidant activities and the inhibition of enzymes such as α-amylase, α-glucosidase and aldose reductase [10].Brachystegia eurycoma Harms and Detarium microcarpum, both of the f…[Read more]

  • The Rad51 protein is a key player in DNA double-strand break (DSB) repair by homologous recombination (HR). The expression level of Rad51 typically varies throughout the cell cycle, with the lowest expression found in the G1 phase, increasing throughout S-phase, and peaking in G2/M (Chen et al., 1997; Flygare et al., 1996; Yamamoto et al., 1996).…[Read more]

  • These data are in agreement with prior studies demonstrating that hyaluronan levels play a critical role in determining the site of HSC lodgment/engraftment following transplantation (Avigdor et al., 2004; Ellis et al., 2007, 2009, 2011; Nilsson et al., 2003), and that HSC exhibit preferential engraftment within sites of active bone remodeling (C…[Read more]

  • The importance of the interaction between fibroblasts and CMs in cardiac hypertrophy has been previously demonstrated. In neonatal rat and mouse CMs, hypertrophy was dependent on exposure to fibroblasts or their conditioned media, and was mediated by Senexin B paracrine TGFβ1 release (Fredj et al., 2005; Gray et al., 1998). AngII induces a pr…[Read more]

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