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Priming for enhanced ARGONAUTE2 activation accompanies induced resistance to cucumber mosaic virus in Arabidopsis thaliana.S
Sugihiro Ando, Michal Jaskiewicz, Sei Mochizuki, Saeko Koseki, Shuhei Miyashita, Hideki Takahashi, Uwe Conrath
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ANNEXIN 8 negatively regulates RPW8.1-mediated cell death and disease resistance in Arabidopsis.Study on the regulation of broad-spectrum resistance is an active area in plant biology. RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW 8.1 (RPW8.1) is one of a few broad-spectrum resistance genes triggering the hypersensitive response (HR) to restrict multiple pathogenic infections. To address the question how RPW8.1 signaling is regulated, we performed a genetic screen and tried to identify mutations enhancing RPW8.1-mediated HR. Here, we provided evidence to connect an annexin protein with RPW8.1-mediated resistance in Arabidopsis against powdery mildew. We isolated and characterized Arabidopsis b7-6 mutant. A point mutation in b7-6 at the At5g12380 locus resulted in an amino acid substitution in ANNEXIN 8 (AtANN8). Loss-of-function or RNA-silencing of AtANN8 led to enhanced expression of RPW8.1, RPW8.1-dependent necrotic lesions in leaves, and defense against powdery mildew. Conversely, over-expression of AtANN8 compromised RPW8.1-mediated disease resistance and cell death. Interestingly, the mutation in AtANN8 enhanced RPW8.1-triggered H2O2. In addition, mutation in AtANN8 led to hypersensitivity to salt stress. Together, our data indicate that AtANN8 is involved in multiple stress signaling pathways and negatively regulates RPW8.1-mediated resistance against powdery mildew and cell death, thus linking ANNEXIN's function with plant immunity. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Zhi-Xue Zhao, Yong-Ju Xu, Yang Lei, Qin Li, Ji-Qun Zhao, Yan Li, Jing Fan, Shunyuan Xiao, Wen-Ming Wang
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Spinal Neurovascular Malformations in Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome: A Single Center Study.A number of studies have demonstrated spinal anomalies associated with Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome (KTS). To date, there are no large consecutive series examining the prevalence and subtype distribution of spinal neurovascular malformations in patients with KTS.
Anthony Larson, Tristan Covington, Katelyn Anderson, Megha Tollefson, Giuseppe Lanzino, Waleed Brinjikji
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[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected]: role of thorium encapsulation in determining spherical aromatic and bonding properties on medium-sized endohedral metallofullerenes.Thorium encapsulated metallofullerenes (Th-EMFs) with external C76, C80, C82, and C86 cages have been synthesized, with the 13C-NMR spectrum recorded for [email protected] Here, we explore computationally the chemical bonding, NMR and spherical aromaticity of [email protected] and related thorium-encapsulated metallofullerenes. Our results show that these Th-EMFs are new examples of spherical aromatic structures, representing interesting low-symmetry exceptions to the Hirsch 2(N + 1)2 rule of spherical aromaticity. Their electronic structures are based on π-electron counts of 80, 84, 86, and 90, respectively, with a shell structure ranging from S2P6D10F14G18H22I8 to S2P6D10F14G18H22I18, where the partially filled I-shell remains as a frontier orbital. Their behavior is comparable to that of the spherical aromatic alkali-C606- phases, which in addition to the favorable endohedral Th-fullerene bonding account for their particular abundance exhibiting the ability to sustain a long-range shielding cone as a result of the favorable metal-cage bonding. This rationalization of such species as neutral spherical aromatic EMFs suggests the possibility of an extensive series of aromatic fullerenes with nuclearity larger than C60 buckminsterfullerene as stable building blocks towards nanostructured metal-organic materials.
Alvaro Muñoz-Castro, R Bruce King
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Visualizing Heterogeneity of Monodisperse CdSe Nanocrystals by Their Assembly into Three-Dimensional Supercrystals.We show that the self-assembly of monodisperse CdSe nanocrystals synthesized at lower temperature (∼310 °C) into three-dimensional supercrystals results in the formation of separate regions within the supercrystals that display photoluminescence at two distinctly different wavelengths. Specifically, the central portions of the supercrystals display photoluminescence and absorption in the orange region of the spectrum, around 585 nm, compared to the 575 nm photoluminescence maximum for the nanocrystals dispersed in toluene. Distinct domains on the surfaces and edges of the supercrystals, by contrast, display photoluminescence and absorption in the green region of the spectrum, around 570 nm. We attribute the different-colored domains to two subpopulations of NCs in the monodisperse ensemble: the nanocrystals in the "orange" regions are chemically stable, whereas the nanocrystals in the "green" regions are partially oxidized. The susceptibility of the "green" nanocrystals to oxidation indicates a lower coverage of capping molecules on these nanocrystals. We propose that the two subpopulations correspond to nanocrystals with different surfaces that we attribute to the polytypism of CdSe.
Elena V Shevchenko, Paul Podsiadlo, Xiaohua Wu, Byeongdu Lee, Tijana Rajh, Rachel Morin, Matthew Pelton
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Moving towards core antigen for the management of patients with overt and occult HBV infection.Chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection encompasses a wide virologic and clinical spectrum with heterogeneous outcomes. The natural history of chronic HBV infection ranges from an inactive carrier state (hepatitis B e antigen-negative chronic infection) to progressive chronic hepatitis that may evolve in end-stage liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma. The issue becomes even more complicated when we consider the unique biology of the virus; the HBV covalently-closed-circular DNA, that acts as virus transcription template, is the key factor responsible of the persistence of the infection even after hepatitis B surface antigen loss. In the last decade, novel serological and immunological biomarkers associated to the core protein of HBV have been approached in different clinical conditions. Remarkable results have been obtained both in the setting of overt and occult HBV infection. Here, we reviewed the meaning and the potential clinical applications of the measurement of core antigen and antibodies.
Angelo Armandi, Chiara Rosso, Davide G Ribaldone, Gian P Caviglia
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.The purpose of the current study was to examine the prevalence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms among young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), child and parent-related demographic and clinical correlates of ADHD symptoms, and the relationships between co-occurring mental health problems and ADHD symptoms. Data for this cross-sectional study came from 979 toddlers and preschoolers, ages 1.5-5 years, with ASD. The primary outcome, ADHD symptoms, was measured using the Child Behavior Check List 1.5-5 (CBCL). Additional information from the medical record included demographics, parenting stress, and Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Second Edition. Descriptive and bivariate (ANOVA, Chi-Square) statistics and multivariate, multinomial regression analyses were used to examine demographic and clinical differences between low, moderate, and high ADHD symptom groups, as defined by 2 ADHD-related subscales. There were 418 (43%) children in the low ADHD symptom group, 294 (30%) in the moderate ADHD symptom group, and 267 (27%) in the high ADHD symptom group. Those with high ADHD symptoms were less likely to be Black or Hispanic and less likely to have parents with a graduate-level education compared to those with low ADHD symptoms. Parenting stress and all CBCL DSM-oriented subscales were positively associated with increasing ADHD symptoms. Among young children with ASD, ADHD symptoms were highly prevalent. The presence of ADHD symptoms was associated with increasing parenting stress and greater levels of other psychopathologies. These data suggest that young children with ASD should be evaluated for ADHD, and mental health as a whole. LAY SUMMARY: We investigated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in toddlers and preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from a large sample with diverse race and socioeconomic background. In our study, we found that ADHD symptoms are highly prevalent in young children with ASD and are associated with increasing parenting stress and greater level of other psychopathologies, both internalizing and externalizing problems.
Ji S Hong, Vini Singh, Luke Kalb
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Histologic Observation and Significance of Sympathetic Nerve Fiber Distribution on Human Cervical Ligamentum Flavum.To study the distribution of sympathetic nerves of the ligamentum flavum (LF), confirm its existence by histological observation and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and analyze the relationship between sympathetic nerve fibers and the biomechanical structure of the LF.
Xiaolin Wu, Xiaoyan Wang, Guoqing Zhang, Zhu Guo, Yan Wang, Ronghuan Wang, Hongfei Xiang, Bohua Chen
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