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#34118745   2021/06/09 To Up

Collision avoidance behaviours between older adult and young adult walkers.

Collision avoidance between two walkers requires a mutual adaptation based on visual information in order to be successful. Age-related changes to visuomotor processing, kinesthetic input, and intersegmental dynamics increases the risk of collision and falls in older adults. However, few studies examine behavioural strategies in older adults during collision avoidance tasks with another pedestrian.
Victoria Rapos, Michael E Cinelli, Robyn Grunberg, Sheryl Bourgaize, Armel Crétual, Anne-Hélène Olivier

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#34118744   2021/06/04 To Up

Gait kinematic alterations in subjects with adult spinal deformity and their radiological determinants.

Adults with spinal deformity (ASD) are known to have postural malalignment affecting their quality of life. Classical evaluation and follow-up are usually based on full-body static radiographs and health related quality of life questionnaires. Despite being an essential daily life activity, formal gait assessment lacks in clinical practice.
Georges Kawkabani, Renée Maria Saliby, Mario Mekhael, Rami Rachkidi, Abir Massaad, Ismat Ghanem, Khalil Kharrat, Gaby Kreichati, Eddy Saad, Virginie Lafage, Renaud Lafage, Wafa Skalli, Ayman Assi

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#34118743   2021/06/06 To Up

Hormonal stress responses of growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I in highly resistance trained women and men.

The purpose of this study was to examine the responses of growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor-I (IGFI) to intense heavy resistance exercise in highly trained men and women to determine what sex-dependent responses may exist. Subjects were highly resistance trained men (N = 8, Mean ± SD; age, yrs., 21 ± 1, height, cm, 175.3 ± 6.7, body mass, kg, 87.0 ± 18.5, % body fat, 15.2 ± 5.4, squat X body mass, 2.1 ± 0.4; and women (N = 7; Mean ± SD, age, yrs. 24 ± 5, height, cm 164.6 ± 6.7, body mass, kg 76.4 ± 8.8, % body fat, 26.9 ± 5.3, squat X body mass, 1.7 ± 0.6). An acute resistance exercise test protocol (ARET) consisted of 6 sets of 10 repetitions at 80% of the 1 RM with 2 min rest between sets was used as the stressor. Blood samples were obtained pre-exercise, after 3 sets, and then immediately after exercise (IP), 5, 15, 30, and 70 min post-exercise for determination of blood lactate (HLa), and plasma glucose, insulin, cortisol, and GH. Determination of plasma concentrations of IGFI, IGF binding proteins 1, 2, and 3 along with molecular weight isoform factions were determined at pre, IP and 70 min. GH significantly (P ≤ 0.05) increased at all time points with resting concentrations significantly higher in women. Significant increases were observed for HLa, glucose, insulin, and cortisol with exercise and into recovery with no sex-dependent observations. Women showed IGF-I values that were higher than men at all times points with both seeing exercise increases. IGFBP-1 and 2 showed increase with exercise with no sex-dependent differences. IGFBP-3 concentrations were higher in women at all-time points with no exercise induced changes. Both women and men saw an exercise induced increase with significantly higher values in GH in only the mid-range (30-60 kD) isoform.  Only women saw an exercise induced increase with significantly higher values for IGF fractions only in the mid-range (30-60 kD) isoform, which were significantly greater than the men at the IP and 70 min post-exercise time points. In conclusion, the salient findings of this investigation were that in highly resistance trained men and women, sexual dimorphisms exist but appear different from our prior work in untrained men and women and appear to support a sexual dimorphism related to compensatory aspects in women for anabolic mediating mechanisms in cellular interactions.
Disa L Hatfield, William J Kraemer, Jeff S Volek, Bradley C Nindl, Lydia K Caldwell, Jakob L Vingren, Robert U Newton, Keijo Häkkinen, Elaine C Lee, Carl M Maresh, Wesley C Hymer

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#34118729   2021/06/09 To Up

Establishing paediatric diagnostic reference levels using reference curves - A feasibility study including conventional and CT examinations.

To derive Regional Diagnostic Reference Levels (RDRL) for paediatric conventional and CT examinations using weight-based DRL curves and compare the outcome with DRL derived using the weight groups.
Anja Almén, Jónína Guðjónsdóttir, Nils Heimland, Britta Højgaard, Hanne Waltenburg, Anders Widmark

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#34118699   2021/04/15 To Up

Extended-release naltrexone for youth with opioid use disorder.

Few published research studies have examined the effectiveness of extended-release naltrexone (XR-NTX) for the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD) among adolescents and young adults.
Shannon Gwin Mitchell, Laura B Monico, Jan Gryczynski, Marc J Fishman, Kevin E O'Grady, Robert P Schwartz

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#34118673   2021/05/29 To Up

Annual trends and health risks of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes in a drinking water source in East China.

The extensive pollution of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in drinking water has aroused worldwide concern. Successive monitoring of these pollutants has noteworthy significance for drinking water safety. Accordingly, this study conducted successive monitoring of antibiotics and ARGs from 2015 to 2017 in a drinking water source in East China. The total antibiotic concentration ranged from 19.68 ng/L to 497.00 ng/L, and decreased slightly from 2015 to 2017. Eighteen out of forty-one ARG subtypes showing resistance to six antibiotic classes and one class I integrase gene intI1, were detected in the drinking water source at concentrations ranging from 6.5 × 10 copies/mL to 1.6 × 10 copies/mL. Importantly, the total ARG concentration increased on an annual basis from 2015 to 2017 with an average annual increment of 0.25 orders of magnitude, which was mainly attributed to the increase in specific ARG subtypes, such as sul1, sul2, sul3, tetA, qnrB, and ermB. Most ARGs was positively correlated with the intI1 genes (r = 0.47-0.55, P < 0.01). Furthermore, the variation of antibiotics and ARGs appeared to be related to the water indices, particularly of the values of COD, BOD NO-N (P < 0.05). This study provides basic data on antibiotic and ARG pollution in the studied drinking water source. Importantly, the findings expound that although the residual antibiotics in this drinking water source decreased slightly from 2015 to 2017, while its biological effect, the antibiotic resistance, increased annually, which give a warning of the antibiotic resistance pollution in the drinking water source.
Yaru Hu, Lei Jin, Yi Zhao, Lei Jiang, Shijie Yao, Wang Zhou, Kuangfei Lin, Changzheng Cui

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#34118634   2021/05/27 To Up

Maternal smoking during pregnancy and risks to depression and anxiety in offspring: An observational study and genome-wide gene-environment interaction analysis in UK biobank cohort.

Maternal smoking during pregnancy (MSDP) has been reported to be associated with increased anxiety and depression behaviors in offspring. However, there is still scant evidence to support the link between MSDP and anxiety/depression.
Xiaomeng Chu, Jing Ye, Yan Wen, Ping Li, Bolun Cheng, Shiqiang Cheng, Lu Zhang, Li Liu, Xin Qi, Mei Ma, Chujun Liang, Om Prakash Kafle, Cuiyan Wu, Sen Wang, Xi Wang, Yujie Ning, Feng Zhang

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#34118617   2021/06/01 To Up

Assessment of hexavalent chromium (VI) biosorption competence of indigenous Aspergillus tubingensis AF3 isolated from bauxite mine tailing.

The intention of this research was to find the most eminent metal tolerant and absorbing autochthonous fungal species from the waste dump of a bauxite mine. Out of the 4 (BI-1, BI-II, BI-III, and BI-IV) predominant isolates, BI-II had an excellent metal tolerance potential against most of the metals in the subsequent order: Cr(VI) (1500), Cu(II) (600), Pb(II) (500), and Zn(II) (500-1500 μg mL). BI-II had shown tolerance to Cr(VI) up to 1500 mg L. The excellent metal tolerant isolate was characterized and identified as Aspergillus tubingensis AF3 through 18S rRNA sequencing method and submitted to GenBank and received an accession number (MN901243). A. tubingensis AF3 had the efficiency to absorb Cr(VI) and Cu(II) at <70 & 46.3% respectively under the standard growth conditions. Under the optimized conditions (25 °C, pH 7.0, 0.5% of dextrose, and 12 days of incubation), A. tubingensis AF3 absorbed 74.48% of Cr(VI) in 12 days (reduction occurred as 822.3, 719.13, 296.66, and 255.2 mg L of Cr(VI) on the 3, the 6, the 9 and the 12 day, respectively). The adsorbed metal was sequestered in the mycelia of the fungus in a precipitated form; it was confirmed by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) and Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis (EDX) analyses. The possible biosorption mechanisms were analyzed by Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) analysis, the results showed the presence of N-H primary amines (1649.98 cm) and Alkanes (914.30 cm) in the cell wall of the fungus, while being treated with Cr(VI) they supported and enhanced the Cr(VI) absorption. The entire results concluded that the biomass of A. tubingensis AF3 had the potential to absorb a high concentration of Cr(VI).
Ponniah Anusha, Mathiyazhagan Narayanan, Devarajan Natarajan, Sabariswaran Kandasamy, Arunachalam Chinnathambi, Sulaiman Ali Alharbi, Kathirvel Brindhadevi

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#34118612   2021/06/06 To Up

PLAC1 affects cell to cell communication by interacting with the desmosome complex.

X-linked PLAC1 is highly expressed in placenta during embryogenesis, and when ablated in mice, causes aberrant placental cell layer organization. It is also highly expressed in many types of cancer cell-lines. Although it has been shown that it promotes AKT phosphorylation in cancer cells, the exact mechanism by which it influences placental layer differentiation is unclear.
Yaohui Chen, Carole Stagg, David Schlessinger, Ramaiah Nagaraja

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