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Phosphoprotein Detection with a Single Nanofluidic Diode Decorated with Zinc Chelates.We report a nanofluidic device for the label-free detection of phosphoprotein (PPn) analytes. To achieve this goal, a metal ion chelator, namely 4-[bis(2-pyridylmethyl)aminomethyl]aniline (DPA-NH ) compound was synthesized. Single asymmetric nanofluidic channels were fabricated in polyethylene terephthalate (PET) membranes. The chelator (DPA-NH ) molecules are subsequently immobilized on the nanochannel surface, followed by the zinc ion complexation to afford DPA-Zn chelates, which act as ligand moieties for the specific binding of phosphoproteins. The success of the chemical reaction and biomolecular recognition process that occur in a confined geometry can be monitored from the changes in electrical readout of the nanochannel. The nanofluidic sensor has the ability to sensitively and specifically detect lower concentrations (≥1 nM) of phosphoprotein (albumin and α-casein) in the surrounding environment as evidenced from the significant decrease in ion current flowing through the nanochannels. However, dephosphoproteins such as lysozyme and dephospho-α-casein even at higher concentration (>1 μM) could not induce any significant change in the transmembrane ion flux. This observation indicated the sensitivity and specificity of the proposed nanofluidic sensor towards PPn proteins, and has potential for use in differentiating between phosphoproteins and dephosphoproteins.
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Tag-less patency capsule for suspected small bowel stenosis: A nationwide multicenter prospective study in Japan.The PillCam patency capsule (PPC) is an Agile tag-less patency capsule used to evaluate gastrointestinal (GI) patency. We determined the appropriate use of PPC to preclude subsequent small bowel capsule endoscopy (SBCE) retention.
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The influence of nutritional status on the incidence of postoperative complications in patients following distal pancreatectomy.Malnutrition is a common problem in hospitalised patients. The immunological, inflammatory, and nutritional status of patients significantly influences the postoperative outcome.
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MiR-92b-3p is Induced by Advanced Glycation End Products and Involved in the Pathogenesis of Diabetic Nephropathy.The current study aims to examine the effects of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) on the microRNA (miRNA) expression profile in the kidney tissues of rats.
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Effect of Qihuang Decoction Combined with Enteral Nutrition on Postoperative Gastric Cancer of Nutrition and Immune Function.Early nutritional support in patients with gastric cancer can improve their nutritional status, but the impact on immune function has not been confirmed. This study aimed to analyze the effects of Qihuang decoction combined with enteral nutrition on nutrition and the immune function of postoperative gastric cancer.
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Novel Prognostic Nomograms for Predicting Early and Late Recurrence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma After Curative Hepatectomy.Hepatectomy is the main curative method for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in China. Unfortunately, high recurrence rate after hepatectomy poses negative impact on the prognosis of patients. This study aimed to develop prognostic nomograms to predict early recurrence (ER) and late recurrence (LR) of HCC after curative hepatectomy.
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Hyperoncotic Albumin Reduces Net Fluid Loss Associated With Hemodialysis.The purpose of this study was to compare the volume of fluid removal associated with and without 25% albumin administration in conjunction with hemodialysis. This retrospective, cohort study was conducted at a large academic medical center over a 6-month period to compare the net fluid amount removed (mL) during hemodialysis between patients administered 25% albumin and those without albumin. A total of 238 patients consisting of 973 unique hemodialysis sessions were evaluated. The mean overall net fluid removed by hemodialysis in the 25% albumin and no albumin groups were 1242 mL and 1899 mL, < .001, respectively. No albumin group had significantly higher mean fluid losses compared with 25% albumin for a total dose of either 25 g ( = .001) or 50 g ( = .001). There were no significant differences in mean fluid loss between the no albumin group and patients receiving 75 g or 100 g of albumin. Post hoc analysis failed to demonstrate a dose-dependent response in those patients receiving 25% albumin and no albumin. Hyperoncotic albumin administered during hemodialysis sessions reduced net fluid loss associated with hemodialysis. The findings of this study do not support the routine use of 25% albumin to improve fluid removal during dialysis.
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Evaluation of Albumin 25% Use in Critically Ill Patients at a Tertiary Care Medical Center.Albumin 25% has been studied and has demonstrated benefit in a limited number of patient populations. The use of albumin 25% is associated with higher costs compared with crystalloid therapy. The aim of this study was to describe the prescribing practices of albumin 25% at a tertiary-care medical center and identify opportunities for restriction criteria related to its use to help generate cost savings. This evaluation was a retrospective, noninterventional, descriptive study of albumin 25% use between June 2015 and February 2016. Inclusion criteria consisted of patients ≥18 years old and who received at least one dose of albumin 25% while admitted to a Cleveland Clinic main campus intensive care unit (ICU). Inclusion was restricted to 150 randomly selected patients. A total of 539 albumin 25% orders were placed for the 150 included patients. The cardiovascular ICU more frequently prescribed albumin 25% compared with the medical, surgical, neurosciences, and coronary ICUs (51% vs 23% vs 11% vs 9% vs 6%, respectively). Although the cardiovascular surgery ICU most frequently prescribed albumin 25% compared with other ICUs, the medical ICU prescribed a larger total quantity of albumin 25% compared with the cardiovascular, surgical, neurosciences, and coronary ICUs (8705 g vs 7275 g vs 3205 g vs 2162 g vs 625 g, respectively). The majority of patients (61%) did not have an indication listed for albumin 25% use and only 9% of patients were prescribed for indications supported by primary literature. Of the patients prescribed albumin for other indications not supported by primary literature (30%), the most common reasons for albumin 25% were hypotension, acute kidney injury, and volume resuscitation. The median cost per patient of albumin 25% was $417 with a total cost of $122 164 for the cohort. Only 19% of the total cost aligned with dosing regimens evaluated in primary literature. Prescribing patterns of albumin 25% at a tertiary academic medical center do not align with indications supported by primary literature. These findings identified a major opportunity for prescriber education and implementation of restriction criteria to target cost savings.
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External Validation of a Prognostic Score for Patients with Brain Metastases: Extended Diagnosis-Specific Graded Prognostic Assessment.The aim of our study was the external validation of an extended variant of the four-tiered diagnosis-specific graded prognostic assessment (DS-GPA) that includes more information about extracranial disease burden and blood test results, and predicts survival of patients with brain metastases. The extracranial DS-GPA (EC-GPA) includes serum albumin, lactate dehydrogenase, and number of extracranial organs involved. Originally, the score was developed in Germany.
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Developmental competence of interspecies cloned embryos produced using cells from large Japanese field mice (Apodemus speciosus) and oocytes from laboratory mice (Mus musculus domesticus).The large Japanese field mouse (Apodemus speciosus) is endemic to Japan and may be used as an animal model for studies related to environmental pollution, medical science, and basic biology. However, the large Japanese field mouse has low reproductive ability due to the small number of oocytes ovulated per female. To produce experimental models, we investigated the in vitro developmental potential of interspecies somatic cell nuclear transfer (iSCNT) embryos produced by fusing tail tip cells from the large Japanese field mouse with enucleated oocytes from laboratory mice (Mus musculus domesticus). Only a small number of iSCNT embryos developed to the 4-cell (0-4%) and blastocysts (0-1%) stages under sequential treatment using trichostatin A (TSA) and vitamin C (VC) supplemented with deionized bovine serum albumin (d-BSA). This sequential treatment led to the reduction in H3K9 trimethylation and did not affect H3K4 trimethylation in at least the 2-cell stage of the iSCNT embryos. Moreover, iSCNT embryos that received tail tip cells with exposure treatment to ooplasm from cell fusion to oocyte activation or VC treatment prior to cell fusion did not exhibit significant in vitro development improvement compared to that of each control group. This suggests that large Japanese field mice/laboratory mice iSCNT embryos that received sequential treatment using TSA and VC with d-BSA may have slightly better developmental potential beyond the 4-cell stage. Our results provide insights into the reprogramming barriers impeding the wider implementation of iSCNT technology.
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