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#33091963   2020/10/22 To Up

Surgical treatment for tubal disease in women due to undergo in vitro fertilisation.

Tubal disease accounts for 20% of infertility cases. Hydrosalpinx, caused by distal tubal occlusion leading to fluid accumulation in the tube(s), is a particularly severe form of tubal disease negatively affecting the outcomes of assisted reproductive technology (ART). It is thought that tubal surgery may improve the outcome of ART in women with hydrosalpinges.
Pedro Melo, Ektoras X Georgiou, Neil Johnson, Sabine F van Voorst, Annika Strandell, Ben Willem J Mol, Christian Becker, Ingrid E Granne

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#33091941   2020/10/22 To Up

Risk Factors for Mortality among Newborns with Neonatal Seizures.

 The aim of the study is to examine the incidence and risk factors for death among neonates who developed neonatal seizures (NS) in an ethnically distinctive community with high consanguinity rate in Israel.
Osama Tanous, Mohamad Watad, Clari Felszer-Fisch, Marina Peniakov, Dan Miron, Raed Salim

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#33091862   2020/10/14 To Up

Serological evidence of avian influenza virus subtype H5 and H9 in live bird market, Myanmar.

Avian Influenza (AI), caused by Alphainfluenzaviruses (AIVs), is a contagious respiratory disease in birds and mammals. AIVs have been reported in poultry worldwide and the impact of AIVs on human health is immense. In this study, a serological survey of AIV subtype H5 and H9 was conducted in a live bird market (LBM) in Yangon, Myanmar during February 2016 to September 2016. A total of 621 serum samples were collected from chickens (n = 489) and ducks (n = 132) from 48 vendors in the LBM. The samples were examined for antibodies against influenza viruses by using NP-ELISA and specific antibodies against AIV-H5N1 (Clade 2.3.4) and AIV-H9N2 (Clade 9.4.2) by using Hemagglutination Inhibition (HI) assay. The result of NP-ELISA assay showed that 12.88 % (80/621) of poultry in LBM was positive for AIV antibodies. In detail, 38.06 % (51/134) of layers, 7.08 % (8/113) of backyard chicken, 2.07 % (5/242) of broilers and 12.12 % (16/132) of ducks were AIV positive. The HI test for specific antibodies against AIV-H5N1 and AIV-H9N2 were 1.77 % (11/621) and 4.51 % (28/621), respectively. Our findings revealed the evidence of AIV-H5N1 and AIV-H9N2 exposure in both chicken and ducks in the LBM in Yangon, Myanmar. Risks of influenza infections and transmission among poultry and humans in the LBMs could not be ignored.
Thant Nyi Lin, Napawan Bunpapong, Supanat Boonyapisitsopa, Supassama Chaiyawong, Taveesak Janetanakit, Khin Thu Rain, Pont Pont Mon, Sandi Myint Oo, Aunyaratana Thontiravong, Alongkorn Amonsin

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#33091853   2020/10/03 To Up

The 2016 presidential election and periviable births among Latina women.

Research suggests that sociopolitical stressors connected with the 2016 presidential election were associated with increases in preterm birth among Latina women. This study determined whether periviable births (<26 weeks gestation), which exhibit extremely high rates of infant morbidity and mortality, among US Latina women increased above expected levels after the 2016 US presidential election.
Alison Gemmill, Ralph Catalano, Héctor Alcalá, Deborah Karasek, Joan A Casey, Tim A Bruckner

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#33091839   2020/10/19 To Up

Allelopathic inhibitory effect of the macroalga Pyropia haitanensis (Rhodophyta) on harmful bloom-forming Pseudo-nitzschia species.

The blooms of harmful microalgae represent a prominent threat to fisheries, public health, and economies throughout the world. Recent studies have shown that certain macroalgae release allelochemicals that can inhibit the growth of bloom-forming microalgae. In this study, we found that the macroalga Pyropia haitanensis significantly inhibited growth of the harmful bloom-forming microalgae Pseudo-nitzschia pungens and Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries. The inhibitory-effect of the live thali of P. haitanensis was highest, followed by that of dry powder, water-soluble extract, and culture medium filtrate. The Pseudo-nitzschia species died 96 h after exposure to 5-10 g fresh-weight L of P. haitanensis live thalli. Furthermore, an aqueous extract of P. haitanensis suppressed the growth of P. pungens and P. multiseries, thereby indicating that P. haitanensis contains stable allelopathic substances that cause the observed inhibitory-effects. On the basis of these findings, we conclude that the macroalga P. haitanensis would have potential utility in controlling the blooms of Pseudo-nitzschia species.
Vishal Patil, Rediat Abate, Weiwei Wu, Jiawei Zhang, Huina Lin, Changping Chen, Junrong Liang, Lin Sun, Xuesong Li, Yang Li, Yahui Gao

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#33091828   2020/10/19 To Up

Advances in resolving the heterogeneity and dynamics of keratinocyte differentiation.

The mammalian skin is equipped with a highly dynamic stratified epithelium. The maintenance and regeneration of this epithelium is supported by basally located keratinocytes, which display stem cell properties, including lifelong proliferative potential and the ability to undergo diverse differentiation trajectories. Keratinocytes support not just the surface of the skin, called the epidermis, but also a range of ectodermal structures including hair follicles, sebaceous glands, and sweat glands. Recent studies have shed light on the hitherto underappreciated heterogeneity of keratinocytes by employing state-of-the-art imaging technologies and single-cell genomic approaches. In this mini review, we highlight major recent discoveries that illuminate the dynamics and cellular mechanisms that govern keratinocyte differentiation in the live mammalian skin and discuss the broader implications of these findings for our understanding of epithelial and stem cell biology in general.
Gabriella Rice, Panteleimon Rompolas

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#33091805   2020/10/13 To Up

Drinking plastics? - Quantification and qualification of microplastics in drinking water distribution systems by µFTIR and Py-GCMS.

While it seems indisputable that potable water contains microplastics (MP), the actual concentrations are much debated and reported numbers vary many orders of magnitude. It is difficult to pinpoint the cause of these differences, but it might be variation between waters, variation between quantification methods, and that some studies did not live up to rigorous analytical standards. Despite the urgent need to understand human exposure by drinking water, there is a lack of trustable methods generating reliable data. Essentially, proper MP assessment requires that quality assurance is in place and demonstrated, that an adequate volume of drinking water is assessed, and that differences in analytical methods are understood. This study presents a systematic and robust approach where MP down to 6.6 µm were assessed in potable water distribution systems in terms of quantity, size, shape, and material. For the first time, sub-samples were analysed by two of the most validated and complementary analytical techniques: µFTIR imaging and Py-GCMS. Both methods successfully determined low contents in drinking water. However, µFTIR and Py-GCMS identified different polymer types in samples with overall low MP content. With increasing concentration of a given polymer type, the values determined by the techniques became more comparable. Most detected MPs were smaller than 150 µm, and 32% were smaller than 20 µm. Our results indicate a potential annual uptake of less than one MP per person, suggesting that drinking potable water produced at a high-performance drinking water treatment plant represents a low risk for human health.
Inga V Kirstein, Fides Hensel, Alessio Gomiero, Lucian Iordachescu, Alvise Vianello, Hans B Wittgren, Jes Vollertsen

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