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A hypertension risk score for adults: a population-based cross-sectional study from Dubai Household Survey 2019.To develop a risk score model for predicting hypertension specific to Dubai population in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to facilitate prevention and early intervention.
Ibrahim Mahmoud, Nabil Sulaiman, Amal Hussein, Heba Mohammed, Wafa K Al Nakhi, Hamid Y Hussain, Gamal M Ibrahim
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Multiplexed drug-based selection and counterselection genetic manipulations in Drosophila.The power of Drosophila melanogaster as a model system relies on tractable germline genetic manipulations. Despite Drosophila's expansive genetics toolbox, such manipulations are still accomplished one change at a time and depend predominantly on phenotypic screening. We describe a drug-based genetic platform consisting of four selection and two counterselection markers, eliminating the need to screen for modified progeny. These markers work reliably individually or in combination to produce specific genetic outcomes. We demonstrate three example applications of multiplexed drug-based genetics by generating (1) transgenic animals, expressing both components of binary overexpression systems in a single transgenesis step; (2) dual selectable and counterselectable balancer chromosomes; and (3) selectable, fluorescently tagged P[acman] bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) strains. We perform immunoprecipitation followed by proteomic analysis on one tagged BAC line, demonstrating our platform's applicability to biological discovery. Lastly, we provide a plasmid library resource to facilitate custom transgene design and technology transfer to other model systems.
Nick Matinyan, Mansi S Karkhanis, Yezabel Gonzalez, Antrix Jain, Alexander Saltzman, Anna Malovannaya, Alejandro Sarrion-Perdigones, Herman A Dierick, Koen J T Venken
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Solvation Free Energies for Aqueous and Nonaqueous Solutions Computed Using PM7 Atomic Charges.We describe a simple and accurate method, ESE-PM7, for calculating solvation free energies Î in aqueous and nonaqueous solutions. The method is based on a noniterative COSMO algorithm. Molecular geometries and atomic charges calculated using the semiempirical method PM7 are used to calculate Î. The method has been tested on 92 different solvents and 988 solutes. The mean absolute errors (MAEs) in Î in aqueous solutions estimated by the ESE-PM7 approach are found to be 1.62 kcal/mol for 389 neutral solutes and 3.06 kcal/mol for 139 ions. The MAEs for neutral molecules in organic solvents are 0.97, 0.74, and 0.51 kcal/mol in polar protic, polar aprotic, and nonpolar solvents, respectively. The developed method can be employed to quickly screen Î values of extended molecular systems including pharmaceutical and biological molecules.
Sergei F Vyboishchikov, Alexander A Voityuk
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Vaccine impact and effectiveness of meningococcal serogroup ACWY conjugate vaccine implementation in the Netherlands: a nationwide surveillance study.In response to the recent serogroup W invasive meningococcal disease (IMD-W) epidemic in the Netherlands, meningococcal serogroup C (MenC) conjugate vaccination for 14-month-olds was replaced with a MenACWY conjugate vaccination, and a mass campaign targeting 14-18 year-olds was executed. We investigated the impact of MenACWY vaccination implementation in 2018-2020 on incidence rates and estimated vaccine effectiveness (VE).
Milou Ohm, Susan J M HahnÃ©, Arie van der Ende, Elizabeth A M Sanders, Guy A M Berbers, Wilhelmina L M Ruijs, Nina M van Sorge, Hester E de Melker, Mirjam J Knol
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Suggested visual blockade during hypnosis: Top-down modulation of stimulus processing in a visual oddball task.Several theories of hypnosis assume that responses to hypnotic suggestions are implemented through top-down modulations via a frontoparietal network that is involved in monitoring and cognitive control. The current study addressed this issue re-analyzing previously published event-related-potentials (ERP) (N1, P2, and P3b amplitudes) and combined it with source reconstruction and connectivity analysis methods. ERP data were obtained from participants engaged in a visual oddball paradigm composed of target, standard, and distractor stimuli during a hypnosis (HYP) and a control (CON) condition. In both conditions, participants were asked to count the rare targets presented on a video screen. During HYP participants received suggestions that a wooden board in front of their eyes would obstruct their view of the screen. The results showed that participants' counting accuracy was significantly impaired during HYP compared to CON. ERP components in the N1 and P2 window revealed no amplitude differences between CON and HYP at sensor-level. In contrast, P3b amplitudes in response to target stimuli were significantly reduced during HYP compared to CON. Source analysis of the P3b amplitudes in response to targets indicated that HYP was associated with reduced source activities in occipital and parietal brain areas related to stimulus categorization and attention. We further explored how these brain sources interacted by computing time-frequency effective connectivity between electrodes that best represented frontal, parietal, and occipital sources. This analysis revealed reduced directed information flow from parietal attentional to frontal executive sources during processing of target stimuli. These results provide preliminary evidence that hypnotic suggestions of a visual blockade are associated with a disruption of the coupling within the frontoparietal network implicated in top-down control.
Marcel Franz, Barbara Schmidt, Holger Hecht, Ewald Naumann, Wolfgang H R Miltner
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Occlusion-capable see-through display without the screen-door effect using a photochromic mask.Conventional occlusion-capable see-through display systems have many practical limitations such as the form factor, narrow field of view, screen-door effect, and diffraction of a real scene. In this Letter, we propose an occlusion-capable see-through display using lens arrays and a photochromic plate. By imaging the occlusion mask on the photochromic plate with near-UV light, the visible light transmittance of the plate changes. Since no black matrix lies on the photochromic plate, our system provides a clear real scene view without the grid structure of the pixels and can prevent diffraction defects of the real scene. We also alleviate the drawback of a narrow field of view using the lens arrays for a reduced form factor.
Minseok Chae, Kiseung Bang, Youngjin Jo, Chanhyung Yoo, Byoungho Lee
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Fecal Metabolomics and Network Pharmacology Reveal the Correlations between Constipation and Depression.Constipation and depression are tightly related and often co-occur and coexist in clinic. Yet, the relationships and the underlying mechanisms are still unclear. Fecal metabolomics and network pharmacology were, for the first time, applied to investigate the potential correlations from multiple levels including classic behaviors, metabolomics, and gene targets. The behavioral indicators were analyzed, providing behavioral correlations at a macrolevel. Besides, fecal samples were analyzed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to screen the shared and the unique metabolites and pathways, revealing correlations from a metabolic perspective. Finally, the disease targets and the functional pathways were obtained via network pharmacology, demonstrating correlations at the molecular level. The correlations between constipation and depression were demonstrated and supported by four-level evidence: (1) general behaviors, (2) gastrointestinal functions, (3) fecal metabolites and pathways, and (4) common gene targets and functional pathways. Especially, the correlations of behaviors and common metabolites showed that metabolites, including choline, betaine, and glycine, were significantly associated with constipation and depression. Besides, inflammation and immune abnormalities and energy metabolism were significantly involved in the mechanisms. The current findings prove the correlations between constipation and depression, and provide a basis for deeply understanding the comorbidities of constipation and depression.
Xiaojie Liu, Huanle Liu, Fuxiao Wei, Di Zhao, Yeze Wang, Meng Lv, Sijun Zhao, Xuemei Qin
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