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In Vitro Fertilization Informed Consent: Revisited, Empirically.A thorough informed consent (IC) process is required before in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments can begin because these treatments are by and large elective and they have expectable and preventable complications, such as ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome and multi-fetal pregnancies.
Ilona Voskoboynikov-Ugortsev, Yaakov Rosenfeld, Lital Keinan Boker50 ug1mg10mg96 tests1 ml50μl100.00 ugeach
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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on General Surgery Acute Admissions and Urgent Operations: A Comparative Prospective Study.As part of the effort to control the coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) outbreak, strict emergency measures, including prolonged national curfews, have been imposed. Even in countries where healthcare systems still functioned, patients avoided visiting emergency departments (EDs) because of fears of exposure to COVID-19.
Eyal Aviran, Shachar Laks, Haggai Benvenisti, Saed Khalilieh, Dan Assaf, Nimrod Aviran, David Hazzan, Yoram Klein, Amir Cohen, Mordechai Gutman, Aviram Nissan, Lior Segev
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Association of immune responses of Zebu and Holstein-Friesian cattle and resistance to mycobacteria in a BCG challenge model.Mycobacterium bovis is the main cause of bovine tuberculosis (BTB) in cattle and can also infect humans. Zebu cattle are considered more resistant to some infectious diseases compared to Holstein-Friesian (HF) cattle, including BTB. However, epidemiological studies may not take into account usage differences of the two types of cattle. HF cattle may suffer greater metabolic stress due to their more or less exclusive dairy use, whereas Zebu cattle are mainly used for beef production. In experiments conducted so far, the number of animals has been too small to draw statistically robust conclusions on the resistance differences between these cattle breeds. Here, we used a BCG challenge model to compare the ability of naïve and vaccinated Zebu and HF cattle to control/kill mycobacteria. Young cattle of both breeds with similar ages were housed in the same accommodation for the duration of the experiment. After correcting for multiple comparisons, we found no difference between naïve HF and Zebu (ρ = 0.862) cattle. However, there was a trend for vaccinated HF cattle to have lower cfu numbers than non-vaccinated HF cattle (ρ = 0.057); no such trend was observed between vaccinated and non-vaccinated Zebu cattle (ρ = 0.560). Evaluation of antigen-specific IFNγ secretion by PBMC indicated that Zebu and HF cattle differed in their response to mycobacteria. Thus, whilst there may be difference in immune responses, our data indicate that with the number of animals included in the study and under the conditions used in this work, we were unable to measure any differences between Zebu and HF cattle in the overall control of mycobacteria. Whilst determination of different susceptibilities between Zebu and HF cattle using the BCG challenge model will require larger numbers of animals than the number of animals used in this experiment, these data should inform future experiments.
Omar Antonio Alcaraz-López, Susana Flores-Villalva, Omar Cortéz-Hernández, Guadalupe Vigueras-Meneses, Jacobo Carrisoza-Urbina, Alejandro Benítez-Guzmán, Hugo Esquivel-Solís, Dirk Werling, Francisco J Salguero Bodes, Martin Vordemeier, Bernardo Villarreal-Ramos, José A Gutiérrez-Pabello
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Reduced Leukocyte Telomere Lengths and Sirtuin 1 gene expression in long-term survivors of Type 1 Diabetes - A Dialong sub-study.The shortening of leukocyte telomere length with age has been associated with coronary disease, whereas the association with type 1 diabetes is unclear. We aimed to explore telomere lengths in diabetes subjects with regard to coronary artery disease, compared to healthy controls. The longevity factors sirtuin 1 and growth-differentiating factor 11 were investigated accordingly.
Trine Baur Opstad, Tore Julsrud Berg, Kristine Bech Holte, Harald Arnesen, Svein Solheim, Ingebjørg Seljeflot
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Bark beetles as lidar targets and prospects of photonic surveillance.Forestry is raising concern about the outbreaks of European spruce bark beetle, Ips typographus, causing extensive damage to the spruce forest and timber values. Precise monitoring of these beetles is a necessary step towards preventing outbreaks. Current commercial monitoring methods are catch-based and lack in both temporal and spatial resolution. In this work, light scattering from beetles is characterized, and the feasibility of entomological lidar as a tool for long-term monitoring of bark beetles is explored. Laboratory optical properties, wing thickness, and wingbeat frequency of bark beetles are reported, and these parameters can infer target identity in lidar data. Lidar results from a Swedish forest with controlled bark beetle release event are presented. The capability of lidar to simultaneously monitor both insects and a pheromone plume mixed with chemical smoke governing the dispersal of many insects is demonstrated. In conclusion, entomological lidar is a promising tool for monitoring bark beetles. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Meng Li, Samuel Jansson, Anna Runemark, Jonathan Peterson, Carsten Thure Kirkeby, Anna Maria Jönsson, Mikkel Brydegaard100 assays1000 assays25 assays0.1ml (1mg/ml)100.00 ul1 mg100ug1 ST25025 assays
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A retrospective survey of the seroprevalence of severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome virus in wild animals in Japan.Severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome (SFTS) has a high fatality rate and is caused by SFTS virus (SFTSV). Currently, SFTS is endemic to some areas in western Japan, and wild animals are considered to play important roles in the circulation of SFTSV in the environment. Previous retrospective surveys using samples mainly obtained between 2006 and 2015 revealed serological evidence of SFTSV infection in wild animals; however, seroprevalence before 2006 remains unclear. In this study, we investigated the presence of anti-SFTSV antibodies in a total of 521 serum samples from nine wild animal species collected from 11 prefectures in central and eastern Japan between 1980 and 2000. All samples yielded negative results for antibodies to SFTSV, suggesting that there had been few or no SFTSV infections before 2000 in the sampled areas.
Ayaka Okada, Akitoyo Hotta, Masanobu Kimura, Eun-Sil Park, Shigeru Morikawa, Yasuo Inoshima
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Histologic effects of MicroPulse™ transscleral cyclophotocoagulation in normal equine eyes.Determine the immediate post-operative effects of MicroPulse transscleral cyclophotocoagulation (MP-TSCPC) in healthy equine eyes.
Braidee C Foote, Jodi D Smith, Rachel A Allbaugh, Lionel Sebbag
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Temporal twilight zone and beyond: Timing mechanisms in consciously delayed actions.Precise timing is essential for many kinds of human behavior. When a fastest response is not required, movements are initiated at the appropriate time requiring an anticipatory temporal component. Temporal mechanisms for movements with such an anticipatory component are not yet sufficiently understood; in particular, it is not known whether on the operational level for delayed movements distinct time windows are used or whether anticipatory control is characterized by continuous temporal processing. With a modified reaction-time paradigm, we asked participants to act with predefined time delays between 400 and 5000 ms; after each individual trial, a numerical feedback was provided which allowed correction of the response time for each next trial. Visual stimuli (Experiment 1) and auditory stimuli (Experiment 2) were used. In the statistical analyses, piecewise linear models and exponential decay models for the response variability of different delay times were compared. These analyses favored piecewise linear models; a decreasing variability with increasing delay of voluntary controlled actions was observed up to ~1 s, followed by close to constant variability beyond this delay. We suggest that precise temporal control of voluntary delayed movements is reached only after a "temporal twilight zone" of ~1 s, which apparently marks a temporal border between two different timing mechanisms.
Taoxi Yang, Xiaoxuan Li, Yao Li, Ernst Pöppel, Yan Bao
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Trifluridine/tipiracil plus bevacizumab as a first-line treatment for elderly patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (KSCC1602): A multicenter phase II trial.A previous Phase I/II study demonstrated that TAS-102 (trifluridine/tipiracil [FTD/TPI]) plus bevacizumab (Bev) has encouraging efficacy and controllable safety for patients with previously treated metastatic colorectal cancer. Therefore, we designed for assessing the efficacy and safety of FTD/TPI plus Bev in elderly patients with previously untreated metastatic colorectal cancer.
Eiji Oki, Akitaka Makiyama, Yuji Miyamoto, Masahiko Kotaka, Hirofumi Kawanaka, Keisuke Miwa, Akira Kabashima, Tomohiro Noguchi, Kotaro Yuge, Tomomi Kashiwada, Koji Ando, Mototsugu Shimokawa, Hiroshi Saeki, Yoshito Akagi, Hideo Baba, Yoshihiko Maehara, Masaki Mori
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The differential relationship of an afterschool physical activity intervention on brain function and cognition in children with obesity and their normal weight peers.Physical activity (PA) is beneficial for cognitive and brain health during preadolescence. Given that childhood obesity (OB) is a public health concern, investigating this effect in children with OB is an important societal consideration.
Nicole E Logan, Lauren B Raine, Eric S Drollette, Darla M Castelli, Naiman A Khan, Arthur F Kramer, Charles H Hillman
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