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Preparation of corn starch-g-polystyrene copolymer in ionic liquid: 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate
Publication date: 5 May 2015 Source:Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume 121 Author(s): Yongjun Men , Xiyan Du , Jianan Shen , Leli Wang , Zhengping Liu The copolymer of starch grafted with polystyrene (starch-g-PS) was synthesized with high grafting percentage by utilizing the ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate ([EMIM]Ac) as solvent and potassium persulfate as initiator. The effect of various parameters upon the polymerization were studied including: initiator concentration, styrene:starch weight ratio, the reaction time and temperature. Grafting percentages were calculated using an FT-IR calibration method, with...
Source: Carbohydrate Polymers - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Preparation and structural characterization of poly-mannose synthesized by phosphoric acid catalyzation under microwave irradiation
Publication date: 5 May 2015 Source:Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume 121 Author(s): Haisong Wang , Xiangrong Cheng , Yonghui Shi , Guowei Le Poly-mannose with molecular weight of 2.457kDa was synthesized using d-mannose as substrate and phosphoric acid as catalyst under the condition of microwave irradiation for the first time. The optimum reaction conditions were microwave output power of 900W, temperature 115°C, proton concentration 2.5mol/L, and microwave irradiation time 5min. The actual maximum yield was 91.46%. After purified by Sepherdex G-25 column chromatography, the structural features of poly-mannose were invest...
Source: Carbohydrate Polymers - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Inhibitory effect of chondroitin sulfate oligosaccharides on bovine testicular hyaluronidase
Publication date: 5 May 2015 Source:Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume 121 Author(s): Ikuko Kakizaki , Hideyo Koizumi , Fengchao Chen , Masahiko Endo Hyaluronan and chondroitin sulfates are prominent components of the extracellular matrices of animal tissues; however, their functions in relation to their oligosaccharide structures have not yet been fully elucidated. The oligosaccharides of hyaluronan and chondroitin sulfate were prepared and used to investigate their effects on the hydrolysis and transglycosylation reactions of bovine testicular hyaluronidase when hyaluronan was used as a substrate. Hydrolysis and transglycos...
Source: Carbohydrate Polymers - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Metalloproteases and CCN2/CTGF in dentin–pulp complex repair
Conclusion In this review, we summarize novel roles for metalloproteases, particularly MMP-3 and BMP-1, in dentin–pulp complex repair, with particular emphasis on the effects of CCN2/CTGF expression during regulation of cell migration and tertiary dentinogenesis. (Source: Journal of Oral Biosciences)
Source: Journal of Oral Biosciences - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Oral Biosciences: The annual review 2014
Publication date: Available online 13 January 2015 Source:Journal of Oral Biosciences Author(s): Hayato Ohshima (Source: Journal of Oral Biosciences)
Source: Journal of Oral Biosciences - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Profiling of skeletal muscle Ankrd2 protein in human cardiac tissue and neonatal rat cardiomyocytes
Abstract Muscle-specific mechanosensors Ankrd2/Arpp (ankyrin repeat protein 2) and Ankrd1/CARP (cardiac ankyrin repeat protein) have an important role in transcriptional regulation, myofibrillar assembly, cardiogenesis and myogenesis. In skeletal muscle myofibrils, Ankrd2 has a structural role as a component of a titin associated stretch-sensing complex, while in the nucleus it exerts regulatory function as transcriptional co-factor. It is also involved in myogenic differentiation and coordination of myoblast proliferation. Although expressed in the heart, the role of Ankrd2 in the cardiac muscle is completely...
Source: Histochemistry and Cell Biology - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Statistical estimation of femur micro-architecture using optimal shape and density predictors
In this study, we describe a statistical approach for the prediction of the femur micro-architecture based on the more easily extracted subject-specific bone shape and mineral density information. (Source: Journal of Biomechanics)
Source: Journal of Biomechanics - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Karim Lekadir, Javad Hazrati-Marangalou, Corné Hoogendoorn, Zeike Taylor, Bert van Rietbergen, Alejandro F. Frangi Source Type: research

The concept of meaning: the key to clarify the human cognition and psychopathology
Meaning is a concept which is discussed everywhere. Besides being a common word, it is relevant for cognitive and linguistic studies. Nevertheless, translation problems and the specific definition of similar concepts by different disciplines hamper the discussion. In this paper, the author discards some popular ideas about meaning (as being an image, an object or the relationship between signs), and highlights its relation with intentions, and the new concept of “embodied meaning”. Following a suggestion by Timothy Crow, who studied schizophrenia and brain lateralization, the authors conclude that the right hemisphere ...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: J.L. Pio-Abreu, Bárbara Roque Ferreira, Cristina Januário Source Type: research

NOSH Aspirin May Have a Protective Role in Alzheimer’s Disease
Evidence indicates that inflammation, oxidative stress, and the disruption of normal conformation of proteins might be directly linked to Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). The present study was undertaken using literature data to find a possible drug to address the multiple disorders involved in AD-associated Aβ accumulation and plaque formation. We consider NOSH-aspirin a drug of choice for reducing the inflammatory areas in the brain (aspirin moiety), removing the noxious heavy metals from plaques (hydrogen sulfide), and increasing the oxygen supply to neurons since nitrogen oxide is a potent vasodilator and an anti-inflammat...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Gabi Drochioiu, Lucia Tudorachi, Manuela Murariu Source Type: research

Further Improving the Cognitive Effect Profile of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT): The Case for Studying Carbamylated Erythropoietin
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) remains the most effective acute treatment for severe depression and several other psychiatric illnesses. However, its use has been limited by concerns about cognitive adverse effects. ECT may cause temporary cognitive impairment in some patients, typically anterograde amnesia for 1-2 weeks after a course of treatment, and circumscribed retrograde amnesia. These cognitive effects largely disappear within days to weeks after treatment. Efforts to find a pharmacological agent to reduce the cognitive effects of ECT have largely been unsuccessful, with the possible exception of thyroid hormone. ...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: CH Kellner, DA Adams, A Benferhat Source Type: research

A New Hypothesis of Aging
There are over 300 hypotheses of aging, but none of them has enough predictive power to explain most experiments and observations on this process. On the basis of a critical analysis of the most relevant data on aging, especially on the factors that influences its rhythm, we present a new hypothesis, as well as the way the hypothesis’ predictions explain some of the phylogenetic implications of the aging process. (Source: Medical Hypotheses)
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Amalia Gabriela Diaconeasa, Mariana Rachita, Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden Source Type: research

Is There a Role For Endothelial Dysfunction in the Pathogenesis of Lumbar Disc Degeneration? A Hypothesis that Needs to be Tested
Low back pain is a painful condition affecting most people at least once in their life. It can be the expression of lumbar disc degeneration, a condition whose progression is influenced by environmental, individual and genetic factors. The pathogenesis of this condition implies the reduction of sustenance for the tissues within the intervertebral disc (ID) due to a decreased blood flow in the local microcirculation. In fact, it is known that the ID is an avascular structure that receives nutritive molecules and exchanges waste products through a process of osmotic diffusion from the capillaries located at the ID-vertebral ...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Rocco Papalia, Erika Albo, Gianluca Vadalà, Stefano D’Adamio, Angela Lanotte, Alberto Di Martino, Vincenzo Denaro Source Type: research

The backup is active in Alzheimer’s disease: A hypothesis from problem theory
Problem theory distinguishes between six general problems of everyday life, which people work through in turn during childhood, learning to switch between them. One of them requires the protection of a cut-out and an override. People who develop Alzheimer’s disease, (AD), and apolipoprotein allele epsilon 4 carriers, are preoccupied with this problem, or readily switch back to it. It is the freedom problem, of raising hope or confidence of freedom or power to control. Here people try to raise hope of success with any task on which attention happens to rest. (Source: Medical Hypotheses)
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Gordon Burnand Source Type: research

A Possible Relationship Between Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy and Female Sex Steroid-Related Modulation of Functional Cerebral Asymmetry
Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (Tc) is a transient left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome, with symptoms and signs of acute myocardial infarction. Tc syndrome, which occurs predominantly in postmenopausal women, is characterized by increase of sympathetic activity.Studies on the gender-specific differences in sympato-vagal regulation and functional cerebral asymmetry (FCA) imply that female pattern of dominance is characterized by the left hemisphere, which is believed to have parasympathetic predominance, whereas male pattern indicates dominance of the right hemisphere, which is believed to have sympathetic predominance. (...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: S. Drača Source Type: research

Measuring sickness behavior in the context of pancreatic cancer
Sickness behavior has been widely recognized as symptom cluster that is associated with pro-inflammatory cytokine activation resulting from diverse conditions. The symptoms that comprise sickness behavior overlap substantially with major depressive disorder (MDD), which raises questions about the relationship between these two constructs, both of which occur frequently in patients with cancer. The construct of sickness behavior, while well-established in animal research, has rarely been applied to studies examining cytokines and depression in humans, perhaps because no reliable or validated measure of sickness behavior has...
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Kristen Tobias, Barry Rosenfeld, Hayley Pessin, William Breitbart Source Type: research

Cancer stem cells and mesenchymal stem cells in the hypoxic tumor niche: two different targets for one only drug
Putative cancer stem cells (CSCs) reside in a hypoxic microenvironment where mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are also present. In this niche MSCs seem to promote the generation of CSCs and sustain tumor progression. Therefore, it may assume clinical relevance to produce a drug which kills not only CSCs but also MSCs. We hypothesized that bifunctional nanoparticles, loaded with a HIF-1α inhibitor and conjugated with an aptamer targeting a common receptor of CSCs and MSCs, may fulfill this strategy. (Source: Medical Hypotheses)
Source: Medical Hypotheses - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Francesca Bonafè, Carlo Guarnieri, Claudio Muscari Source Type: research

Mechanical design principles of a mitotic spindle
An organised spindle is crucial to the fidelity of chromosome segregation, but the relationship between spindle structure and function is not well understood in any cell type. The anaphase B spindle in fission yeast has a slender morphology and must elongate against compressive forces. This ‘pushing’ mode of chromosome transport renders the spindle susceptible to breakage, as observed in cells with a variety of defects. Here we perform electron tomographic analyses of the spindle, which suggest that it organises a limited supply of structural components to increase its compressive strength. Structural integrity...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Ward, J. J., Roque, H., Antony, C., Nedelec, F. Tags: Cell biology Source Type: research

A neural circuit mechanism for regulating vocal variability during song learning in zebra finches
Motor skill learning is characterized by improved performance and reduced motor variability. The neural mechanisms that couple skill level and variability, however, are not known. The zebra finch, a songbird, presents a unique opportunity to address this question because production of learned song and induction of vocal variability are instantiated in distinct circuits that converge on a motor cortex analogue controlling vocal output. To probe the interplay between learning and variability, we made intracellular recordings from neurons in this area, characterizing how their inputs from the functionally distinct pathways ch...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Garst-Orozco, J., Babadi, B., Olveczky, B. P. Tags: Neuroscience Source Type: research

Heterochromatin assembly and transcriptome repression by Set1 in coordination with a class II histone deacetylase
Histone modifiers play essential roles in controlling transcription and organizing eukaryotic genomes into functional domains. Here, we show that Set1, the catalytic subunit of the highly conserved Set1C/COMPASS complex responsible for histone H3K4 methylation (H3K4me), behaves as a repressor of the transcriptome largely independent of Set1C and H3K4me in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Intriguingly, while Set1 is enriched at highly expressed and repressed loci, Set1 binding levels do not generally correlate with the levels of transcription. We show that Set1 is recruited by the ATF/CREB homolog Atf1 to hetero...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Lorenz, D. R., Meyer, L. F., Grady, P. J. R., Meyer, M. M., Cam, H. P. Tags: Genomics and evolutionary biology Source Type: research

Transcriptional profiling at whole population and single cell levels reveals somatosensory neuron molecular diversity
The somatosensory nervous system is critical for the organism's ability to respond to mechanical, thermal, and nociceptive stimuli. Somatosensory neurons are functionally and anatomically diverse but their molecular profiles are not well-defined. Here, we used transcriptional profiling to analyze the detailed molecular signatures of dorsal root ganglion (DRG) sensory neurons. We used two mouse reporter lines and surface IB4 labeling to purify three major non-overlapping classes of neurons: 1) IB4+SNS-Cre/TdTomato+, 2) IB4–SNS-Cre/TdTomato+, and 3) Parv-Cre/TdTomato+ cells, encompassing the majority of nociceptive, pr...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Chiu, I. M., Barrett, L. B., Williams, E. K., Strochlic, D. E., Lee, S., Weyer, A. D., Lou, S., Bryman, G. S., Roberson, D. P., Ghasemlou, N., Piccoli, C., Ahat, E., Wang, V., Cobos, E. J., Stucky, C. L., Ma, Q., Liberles, S. D., Woolf, C. J. Tags: Neuroscience Source Type: research

Spatial cue reliability drives frequency tuning in the barn Owl's midbrain
The robust representation of the environment from unreliable sensory cues is vital for the efficient function of the brain. However, how the neural processing captures the most reliable cues is unknown. The interaural time difference (ITD) is the primary cue to localize sound in horizontal space. ITD is encoded in the firing rate of neurons that detect interaural phase difference (IPD). Due to the filtering effect of the head, IPD for a given location varies depending on the environmental context. We found that, in barn owls, at each location there is a frequency range where the head filtering yields the most reliable IPDs...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Cazettes, F., Fischer, B. J., Pena, J. L. Tags: Neuroscience Source Type: research

A genuine layer 4 in motor cortex with prototypical synaptic circuit connectivity
The motor cortex (M1) is classically considered an agranular area, lacking a distinct layer 4 (L4). Here, we tested the idea that M1, despite lacking a cytoarchitecturally visible L4, nevertheless possesses its equivalent in the form of excitatory neurons with input–output circuits like those of the L4 neurons in sensory areas. Consistent with this idea, we found that neurons located in a thin laminar zone at the L3/5A border in the forelimb area of mouse M1 have multiple L4-like synaptic connections: excitatory input from thalamus, largely unidirectional excitatory outputs to L2/3 pyramidal neurons, and relatively w...
Source: eLife - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Yamawaki, N., Borges, K., Suter, B. A., Harris, K. D., Shepherd, G. M. G. Tags: Neuroscience Source Type: research

[Focus] Tackling the Achilles' Heel of Genetic Testing
Assigning pathogenicity to rare genetic variants is at its hardest with the enormous titin gene, but comprehensive genomic analysis makes the task more tractable (Roberts et al., this issue). (Source: Science Translational Medicine)
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Watkins, H. Tags: Focus Source Type: research

[Research Articles] A long-acting integrase inhibitor protects female macaques from repeated high-dose intravaginal SHIV challenge
We examined the pharmacokinetics and efficacy of GSK744 LA as PrEP against repeat high-dose intravaginal SHIV challenge in female rhesus macaques treated with Depo-Provera (depot medroxyprogesterone acetate), which promotes viral transmission vaginally. When Depo-Provera–treated female rhesus macaques were dosed with GSK744 LA (50 mg/kg) monthly, systemic and tissue drug concentrations were lower than previously observed in male rhesus macaques. GSK744 concentrations were fivefold lower on average in cervical tissues than in rectal tissues. Eight female rhesus macaques were treated with GSK744 LA at week 0, and four ...
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Andrews, C. D., Yueh, Y. L., Spreen, W. R., St. Bernard, L., Boente-Carrera, M., Rodriguez, K., Gettie, A., Russell-Lodrigue, K., Blanchard, J., Ford, S., Mohri, H., Cheng-Mayer, C., Hong, Z., Ho, D. D., Markowitz, M. Tags: Research Articles Source Type: research

[Research Articles] The long-acting integrase inhibitor GSK744 protects macaques from repeated intravaginal SHIV challenge
Daily preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) with Truvada is a proven HIV prevention strategy; however, its effectiveness is limited by low adherence. Antiretroviral drug formulations that require infrequent dosing may increase adherence and thus PrEP effectiveness. We investigated whether monthly injections of a long-acting formulation of the HIV integrase inhibitor GSK1265744 (GSK744 LA) prevented simian/human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV) infection by vaginal challenge in macaques. Female pigtail macaques (n = 12) were exposed to intravaginal inoculations of SHIV twice a week for up to 11 weeks. Half of the animals received a G...
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Radzio, J., Spreen, W., Yueh, Y. L., Mitchell, J., Jenkins, L., Garcia-Lerma, J. G., Heneine, W. Tags: Research Articles Source Type: research

[Research Articles] Integrated allelic, transcriptional, and phenomic dissection of the cardiac effects of titin truncations in health and disease
We report diversity of TTN isoform expression in the heart, define the relative inclusion of TTN exons in different isoforms (using the TTN transcript annotations available at http://cardiodb.org/titin), and demonstrate that these data, coupled with the position of the TTNtv, provide a robust strategy to discriminate pathogenic from benign TTNtv. We show that TTNtv is the most common genetic cause of DCM in ambulant patients in the community, identify clinically important manifestations of TTNtv-positive DCM, and define the penetrance and outcomes of TTNtv in the general population. By integrating genetic, transcriptome, a...
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Roberts, A. M., Ware, J. S., Herman, D. S., Schafer, S., Baksi, J., Bick, A. G., Buchan, R. J., Walsh, R., John, S., Wilkinson, S., Mazzarotto, F., Felkin, L. E., Gong, S., L. MacArthur, J. A., Cunningham, F., Flannick, J., Gabriel, S. B., Altshuler, D. M Tags: Research Articles Source Type: research

[Editors' Choice] RSV Bronchiolitis: Tale of an Overzealous Helper?
(Source: Science Translational Medicine)
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Lemaire, M. Tags: Editors ' Choice Source Type: research

[Editors' Choice] Lymph Nodes "On Demand"
(Source: Science Translational Medicine)
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Stephan, M. Tags: Editors ' Choice Source Type: research

[Editors' Choice] Fear as a Cardiovascular Risk Factor
(Source: Science Translational Medicine)
Source: Science Translational Medicine - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Tsalik, E. L. Tags: Editors ' Choice Source Type: research

Aging-dependent alterations in gene expression and a mitochondrial signature of responsiveness to human influenza vaccination.
Abstract To elucidate gene expression pathways underlying age-associated impairment in influenza vaccine response, we screened young (age 21-30) and older (age ≥65) adults receiving influenza vaccine in two consecutive seasons and identified those with strong or absent response to vaccine, including a subset of older adults meeting criteria for frailty. PBMCs obtained prior to vaccination (Day 0) and at day 2 or 4, day 7 and day 28 post-vaccine were subjected to gene expression microarray analysis. We defined a response signature and also detected induction of a type I interferon response at day 2 and a plasma ce...
Source: Aging - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Thakar J, Mohanty S, West AP, Joshi SR, Ueda I, Wilson J, Blevins TP, Tsang S, Trentalange M, Siconolfi B, Park K, Gill TM, Belshe RB, Kaech SM, Shadel GS, Kleinstein SH, Shaw AC Tags: Aging (Albany NY) Source Type: research

Prognostic significance of E-Cadherin and CD44 expression in tumor tissue of colorectal carcinoma
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Characterisation of E12/E47 expression in colorectal cancer
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

An investigation of IL-8 degradation in response to PA401 compared to hypertonic saline in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid of Cystic Fibrosis patients
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Assessing the effect of mutant JAM-A overexpression on downstream signalling in breast cancer cells
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

A patient with Trisomy 13 mosaicism: review and case report
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Irish GP referral rates and influencing factors
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

The criminal gene: the link between MAOA and aggression (REVIEW)
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

An audit of out of hours MRI scanning at a tertiary care referral hospital
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Practice of the principle of right conduct in obtaining informed consents and legibility of the consent forms - a clinical audit
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Malignant melanoma: an audit on delay in diagnosis
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Prevalence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) among medical laboratory staff at King Saud University Hospitals, KSA
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

A retrospective audit of fluid management in patients in an acute hospital and adherence to the GIFTASUP 2009 guidelines
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Stress and social support systems among final year medical students of Medical University of Silesia
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Should the basophil activation test be the gold standard in the diagnosis of food allergies?
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

MRS2179: a novel inhibitor of platelet function
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

How effective is a SMS reminder service at reducing the rate of patients who do not attend (DNA) GP appointments and can DNA rates be further reduced?
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Revealing the impact of 17 mutations of human FMO3 protein associated with trimethylaminuria on its local spatial properties: a bioinformatic approach
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

Managing diabetes and its comorbidity: a challenge for primary care settings
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

The impact of endoplasmic reticulum stress on neutrophil function in alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency
(Source: BMC Proceedings)
Source: BMC Proceedings - January 14, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: research

HepaGam B
(Source: What's New at CBER)
Source: What's New at CBER - January 13, 2015 Category: Biomedical Science Source Type: news