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., '' n BARN n ''). Participants responded ''yes'' if the word had appeared in the poem they were reading and ''no'' if it had not. Accuracy feedback was provided. ...doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2008.02146.x pmid:18727787 fatcat:ipofr7u3tbegrfnycvuctp4api
Westerhoff, Aaron N. Brooks Evangelos Simeonidis, and Rodolfo García-Contreras have contributed equally to this work. ... ., 1996) , whether animals (Thorndike, 1998) , and even plants (Trewavas, 2002) exhibit intelligent behaviors, whether non-human artificial systems are capable of intelligence (Brooks, 1991) and, ... Relatively long-term adaptations often involve changes in genetic expression, such as gene mutations, transcription/translation activities or rewiring of gene regulatory networks -for a review see (Brooks ...doi:10.3389/fmicb.2014.00379 pmid:25101076 pmcid:PMC4106424 fatcat:mm5xevb23jexrawtydiz5litdu
Citation: Imam S, Schäuble S, Brooks AN, Baliga NS and Price ND (2015) Data-driven integration of genome-scale regulatory and metabolic network models. Front. Microbiol. 6:409. ... developed to address this limitation by quantifying the condition-specific regulatory influence of TFs on their target genes and their role in re-organizing the modularity of TRNs for two microbes (Brooks ... Copyright © 2015 Imam, Schäuble, Brooks, Baliga and Price. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). ...doi:10.3389/fmicb.2015.00409 pmid:25999934 pmcid:PMC4419725 fatcat:vp3skde33rgs3asbda7vhgrqly
Mathematically, we refer to this entity as a graph, G = (N,E), where the graph, G, is an ordered pair comprised of nodes, N, and edges, E, which themselves are two element subsets of N. ...doi:10.1002/wsbm.136 pmid:21197660 pmcid:PMC3081528 fatcat:l7khouleyrctxnicuahxshk67a
Additional infants were excluded from the study for the following reasons: robot mechanical problems (n = 13), extreme infant fussiness or lack of cooperation (n = 14), and experimenter error (n = 3). ... This speed of head turn and 6.5 s trial format was modeled after studies of human gaze following (e.g., Brooks & Meltzoff, 2002; Meltzoff & Brooks, 2008) . ...doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2010.09.005 pmid:20951333 pmcid:PMC7089732 fatcat:lcjr7ncj6rdbfg6f2nj6xgz62y
Samples were transferred via gas-tight syringes into cells, flash-frozen, and stored in liquid N 2 . MCD spectra were taken over a temperature range from 4 to 50 K. ... Samples were transferred to a quartz EPR tube via smallbore tubing connected to a gas-tight syringe and were frozen in liquid N 2 . Samples of 150 l had a final concentration of ϳ150 M heme. ...doi:10.1074/jbc.m110.180844 pmid:21454614 pmcid:PMC3089513 fatcat:75u6bb4hazffzgivexhwl3smzi
We evaluated the effects of noncontingent reinforcement (NCR) on compliance with wearing foot orthotics and a hearing aid with 2 individuals. Results showed that NCR increased the participants' compliance with wearing prescription prostheses to 100% after just a few 5-min sessions, and the behavior change was maintained during lengthier sessions. The results are discussed in terms of the potential value-altering effects of NCR.doi:10.1901/jaba.2011.44-375 pmid:21709796 pmcid:PMC3120076 fatcat:dewczyf2cveifclbcv5njrfnwe
<.001 Pitchers n ¼ 685 n ¼ 241 Upper extremity 56.4 57.7 .719 Lower extremity 21.6 12.4 .002 Spine/core 16.9 17.8 .749 Other 5.1 12.0 <.001 Fielders n ¼ 561 n ¼ 183 Upper extremity ... Percentage of Injuries Pre-COVID-19 2020 P Value Overall N ¼ 1246 N ¼ 424 Upper extremity 43.0 43.9 .757 Lower extremity 32.6 22.9 <.001 Spine/core 17.1 17.0 .960 Other 7.3 16.3 ...doi:10.1177/2325967121999646 pmid:33796594 pmcid:PMC7970198 fatcat:hpjqtcakzng2bfwlkbwm7eraqy
OBJECTIVE To describe the investigation and control of a cluster of Serratia marcescens bacteremia in a 505-bed tertiary-care center. METHODS Cluster cases were defined as all patients with S. marcescens bacteremia between March 2 and April 7, 2014, who were found to have identical or related blood isolates determined by molecular typing with pulsed-field gel electrophoresis. Cases were compared using bivariate analysis with controls admitted at the same time and to the same service as thedoi:10.1017/ice.2017.137 pmid:28679460 fatcat:25ruorzifjds7da2fialpvcw5e
more »... , in a 4:1 ratio. RESULTS In total, 6 patients developed S. marcescens bacteremia within 48 hours after admission within the above period. Of these, 5 patients had identical Serratia isolates determined by molecular typing, and were included in a case-control study. Exposure to the post-anesthesia care unit was a risk factor identified in bivariate analysis. Evidence of tampered opioid-containing syringes on several hospital units was discovered soon after the initial cluster case presented, and a full narcotic diversion investigation was conducted. A nurse working in the post-anesthesia care unit was identified as the employee responsible for the drug diversion and was epidemiologically linked to all 5 patients in the cluster. No further cases were identified once the implicated employee's job was terminated. CONCLUSION Illicit drug use by healthcare workers remains an important mechanism for the development of bloodstream infections in hospitalized patients. Active mechanisms and systems should remain in place to prevent, detect, and control narcotic drug diversions and associated patient harm in the healthcare setting. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2017;38:1027–1031
= 279 observations, n = 35 clusters, see Figure 1 ). ... This variable was labeled ''sleep environment'' (M = 20.49, SD = .51, N = 1,031). ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092796 pmid:24710508 pmcid:PMC3977843 fatcat:kjfijmwytva6ta5kz7n7qod74e
Background-The application of the Gal4/UAS system to enhancer and gene trapping screens in zebrafish has greatly increased the ability to label and manipulate cell populations in multiple tissues, including the central nervous system (CNS). However the ability to select existing lines for specific applications has been limited by the lack of detailed expression analysis. Results-We describe a Gal4 enhancer trap screen in which we used advanced image analysis, including 3D confocaldoi:10.1002/dvdy.24260 pmid:25694140 pmcid:PMC4449297 fatcat:4pjs3lxinrgwdjy6625g3jkkmy
more »... s and documentation of expression patterns at multiple developmental timepoints. In all, we have created and annotated 98 lines exhibiting a wide range of expression patterns, most of which include CNS expression. Expression was also observed in non-neural tissues such as muscle, skin epithelium, vasculature, and neural crest derivatives. All lines and data are publicly available from the Zebrafish International Research Center (ZIRC) from the Zebrafish Model Organism Database (ZFIN). Conclusions-Our detailed documentation of expression patterns, combined with the public availability of images and fish lines, provides a valuable resource for researchers wishing to study CNS development and function in zebrafish. Our data also suggest that many existing enhancer trap lines may have previously uncharacterized expression in multiple tissues and cell types.
The acidic pH 401 media was the same 7H9-rich media buffered with 100 mM 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid (MES) 402 to pH 5.6. ... and functional association networks, including operon predictions from 387 391 Full 391 description of the algorithms and each post-processing step is documented in Supplementary 392 Information of Brooks ...doi:10.1101/2021.02.25.432019 fatcat:ze3c6kwgx5ct3nms57zhuev7si
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The DNA-binding map revealed that approximately 30% of all genes (n =712) in H. salinarum NRC-1 were putatively regulated by one or more FFRPs. ...doi:10.1186/s12918-014-0122-2 pmid:25394904 pmcid:PMC4236453 fatcat:7cr3ugvw2vcfbhkjloud2tfjjm
Rehage, Aaron J. Adams, Brooke D. Black, Jason Osborne. Writing -original draft: Rolando O. Santos. Writing -review & editing: Rolando O. Santos, Jennifer S. Rehage, Aaron J. Adams, Brooke D. ... N. Kroloff. Table 2 . 2 Breakpoint analysis results for annual bonefish catch, proportion of positive trips and catch richness associated with bonefish. ... Rehage, Aaron J. Adams, Emily K. N. Kroloff. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0184776 pmid:28892509 pmcid:PMC5593181 fatcat:rkry2qftxbdu5hst66puthnl2m
: This review examines the use of novel US-guided nerve blocks in clinical practice. Erector spinae block is a regional anesthesia technique doing by injecting a local anesthetic among the erector spinae muscle group and transverse processes. The phrenic nerve is a branch of the cervical plexus, arising from the anterior rami of cervical nerves C3, C4, and C5. The quadratus lumborum muscle is located along the posterior abdominal wall. It originates from the transverse process of the L5doi:10.5812/aapm.118278 pmid:34692446 pmcid:PMC8520672 fatcat:lnsl6hlembdi5myosteepkgpre
more »... l body, the iliolumbar ligament, and the iliac crest. US-guided peripheral nerve procedures have a considerable scope of use, including treating headaches and hiccups to abdominal surgical pain, cesarean sections, musculoskeletal pathologies. These nerve blocks have been an effective addition to clinical anesthesia practice. The use of peripheral nerve blocks has improved postoperative pain, lessened the use of opioids and their potential side effects, and decreased the incidence of sleep disturbance in patients. More research should be done to further delineate the potential benefits of these blocks.
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