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Bounds on charged, stable superpartners from cosmic ray production

Mark Byrne, Christopher Kolda, Peter Regan
2002 Physical Review D, Particles and fields  
i dE 1 σ pp f p σ SUSY (E) + (1 − f p ) σ SUSY E A where dΦ i /dE is the all-particle incident flux of cosmic rays.  ...  The processes that we consider are: (a) qq →qq (c) qq →qq (e) gg →gg (b) gg →qq (d) qq →gg (f) qg →qg The relevant cross-sections have been calculated and tabulated in Ref.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevd.66.075007 fatcat:venvhmwpuncabliqhdpjp5qige

Characterization of a recombinant canine coronavirus with a distinct receptor-binding (S1) domain

Andrew D. Regan, Jean K. Millet, Long Ping V. Tse, Zach Chillag, Vera D. Rinaldi, Beth N. Licitra, Edward J. Dubovi, Christopher D. Town, Gary R. Whittaker
2012 Virology  
., 1997; Regan et al., 2010; Schultze et al., 1996; Van Hamme et al., 2011) . Most CCoVs isolated to date are type II viruses.  ...  The FCoV type I isolate FIPV-TN406 infected the feline cell line AK-D only (Fig. 3B ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.virol.2012.04.013 pmid:22609354 pmcid:PMC3377836 fatcat:yh3zc3t34zbengiezle4xlnpsu

Estimation of Total Usual Calcium and Vitamin D Intakes in the United States

Regan L. Bailey, Kevin W. Dodd, Joseph A. Goldman, Jaime J. Gahche, Johanna T. Dwyer, Alanna J. Moshfegh, Christopher T. Sempos, Mary Frances Picciano
2010 Journal of Nutrition  
Similar estimates were calculated for vitamin D intake from food and dietary supplements using NHANES 2005-2006.  ...  Dietary supplement use is associated with higher prevalence of groups meeting the Al for calcium and vitamin D.  ...  This may be in part due to the higher Al level in these age groups: 51-70 y (10 /Lg/d) and ^71 y (15 jig/d).  ... 
doi:10.3945/jn.109.118539 pmid:20181782 pmcid:PMC2838624 fatcat:5n5suqxjfjbphjxsungwvuqynm

Periostin as a Biomarker for Nasal Polyps in Chronic Rhinosinusitis

Alice Z. Maxfield, Lukas D. Landegger, Christopher D. Brook, Ashton E. Lehmann, Adam P. Campbell, Regan W. Bergmark, Konstantina M. Stankovic, Ralph Metson
2017 Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery  
Landegger, study design, acquisition of data, analysis, revision of the manuscript, final approval; Christopher D. Brook, acquisition of data, revision of the manuscript, final approval; Ashton E.  ...  Maxfield, study design, acquisition of data, analysis, drafting and revision of the manuscript, final approval; Lukas D.  ...  Serum periostin levels were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) with the DuoSet ELISA Kit (human periostin/OSF-2 DuoSet ELISA; R&D Systems, Minneapolis, Minnesota).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0194599817737967 pmid:29040053 fatcat:okrnwllpfrhadpcfsnucnpdm64

A Dietary Screening Questionnaire Identifies Dietary Patterns in Older Adults

Regan L. Bailey, Diane C. Mitchell, Carla K. Miller, Christopher D. Still, Gordon L. Jensen, Katherine L. Tucker, Helen Smiciklas-Wright
2007 Journal of Nutrition  
The 10 micronutrients included vitamin C, vitamin B-6, vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K, and folate, magnesium, zinc, and calcium.  ...  The average of the 5-d dietary intake data were used for analysis. Daily food intakes were categorized into food subgroups based on similarity of nutrient composition.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jn/137.2.421 pmid:17237321 fatcat:4rcmxpk5zrdzjc3j2it2nattsu

Delayed neutrophil apoptosis enhances NET formation in cystic fibrosis

Robert D Gray, Gareth Hardisty, Kate H Regan, Maeve Smith, Calum T Robb, Rodger Duffin, Annie Mackellar, Jennifer M Felton, Lily Paemka, Brian N McCullagh, Christopher D Lucas, David A Dorward (+10 others)
2017 Thorax  
(D) Neutrophils were harvested from 2-week-old CF piglets and wild-type (WT) controls.  ...  This effect was also observed when NETs were added to CF MDMs ( figure 6C,D, p<0.001 both) .  ... 
doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2017-210134 pmid:28916704 pmcid:PMC5771859 fatcat:yjk35ioidnb35ntbt4rpase6ee

Differential Carbohydrate Recognition by Campylobacter jejuni Strain 11168: Influences of Temperature and Growth Conditions

Christopher J. Day, Joe Tiralongo, Regan D. Hartnell, Carie-Anne Logue, Jennifer C. Wilson, Mark von Itzstein, Victoria Korolik, Markus M. Heimesaat
2009 PLoS ONE  
The pathogenic clinical strain NCTC11168 was the first Campylobacter jejuni strain to be sequenced and has been a widely used laboratory model for studying C. jejuni pathogenesis. However, continuous passaging of C. jejuni NCTC11168 has been shown to dramatically affect its colonisation potential. Glycan array analysis was performed on C. jejuni NCTC11168 using the frequently passaged, non-colonising, genome sequenced (11168-GS) and the infrequently passaged, original, virulent (11168-O)
more » ... s grown or maintained under various conditions. Glycan structures recognised and bound by C. jejuni included terminal mannose, N-acetylneuraminic acid, galactose and fucose. Significantly, it was found that only when challenged with normal oxygen at room temperature did 11168-O consistently bind to sialic acid or terminal mannose structures, while 11168-GS bound these structures regardless of growth/maintenance conditions. Further, binding of uncapped galactose and fucosylated structures was significantly reduced when C. jejuni was maintained at 25uC under atmospheric oxygen conditions. These binding differences identified through glycan array analysis were confirmed by the ability of specific lectins to competitively inhibit the adherence of C. jejuni to a Caco-2 intestinal cell line. Our data suggests that the binding of mannose and/or N-acetylneuraminic acid may provide the initial interactions important for colonisation following environmental exposure.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004927 pmid:19290056 pmcid:PMC2654152 fatcat:7wllbbmzkjfj7jcu6sfyddg7wq

MRCK-1 Drives Apical Constriction in C. elegans by Linking Developmental Patterning to Force Generation

Daniel J. Marston, Christopher D. Higgins, Kimberly A. Peters, Timothy D. Cupp, Daniel J. Dickinson, Ariel M. Pani, Regan P. Moore, Amanda H. Cox, Daniel P. Kiehart, Bob Goldstein
2016 Current Biology  
(B, D, F) Plots depicting apical to basal intensity ratio of fluorescence of CCC components.  ...  (D) Myosin (NMY-2, green) and membranes (marked using the PH domain from PLCδ, red, marked with dotted white line) were visualized in ventral mounts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2016.06.010 pmid:27451898 pmcid:PMC4996705 fatcat:2iz66dvy3fhqfgx2v7qhy7t5ae

Appropriateness of the probability approach with a nutrient status biomarker to assess population inadequacy: a study using vitamin D

Christine L Taylor, Alicia L Carriquiry, Regan L Bailey, Christopher T Sempos, Elizabeth A Yetley
2012 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition  
Objective: We determined the applicability of a statistical probability method to a BNS, specifically serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D].  ...  Estimates of vitamin D inadequacy were determined. Results: We showed that the BNS [serum 25(OH)D] met the criteria to use the method for the estimation of the prevalence of inadequacy.  ...  VITAMIN D INADEQUACY nmol/L.  ... 
doi:10.3945/ajcn.112.046094 pmid:23097269 pmcid:PMC3522142 fatcat:ewrvafaoubgb5bkid76d5xro6q

Meaningful Partnerships: Stages of Development of a Patient and Family Advisory Council at a Family Medicine Residency Clinic

Jeffrey D Schlaudecker, Keesha Goodnow, Anna Goroncy, Reid Hartmann, Saundra Regan, Megan Rich, Adam Butler, Christopher White
2019 Journal of Participatory Medicine  
Partnering with patients and families is a crucial step in optimizing health. A patient and family advisory council (PFAC) is a group of patients and family members working together collaboratively with providers and staff to improve health care. This study aimed to describe the creation of a PFAC within a family medicine residency clinic. To understand the successful development of a PFAC, challenges, potential barriers, and positive outcomes of a meaningful partnership will be reported. The
more » ... ages of PFAC development include leadership team formation and initial training, PFAC member recruitment, and meeting launch. Following a description of each stage, outcomes are outlined and lessons learned are discussed. PFAC members completed an open-ended survey and participated in a focus group interview at the completion of the first year. Interviewees provided feedback regarding (1) favorite aspects or experiences, (2) PFAC impact on a family medicine clinic, and (3) future projects to improve care. Common themes will be presented. The composition of the PFAC consisted of 18 advisors, including 8 patient and family advisors, 4 staff advisors, 4 resident physician advisors, and 2 faculty physician advisors. The average meeting attendance was 12 members over 11 meetings in the span of the first year. A total of 13 out of 13 (100%) surveyed participants were satisfied with their experience serving on the PFAC. PFACs provide a platform for patient engagement and an opportunity to drive home key concepts around collaboration within a residency training program. A framework for the creation of a PFAC, along with lessons learned, can be utilized to advise other residency programs in developing and evaluating meaningful PFACs.
doi:10.2196/12105 pmid:33055073 fatcat:iqh3iv7l4bg3pfk4kqgdl3gzje

Discovery of MK-3207: A Highly Potent, Orally Bioavailable CGRP Receptor Antagonist

Ian M. Bell, Steven N. Gallicchio, Michael R. Wood, Amy G. Quigley, Craig A. Stump, C. Blair Zartman, John F. Fay, Chi-Chung Li, Joseph J. Lynch, Eric L. Moore, Scott D. Mosser, Thomayant Prueksaritanont (+6 others)
2010 ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters  
(d) Chiralcel OD, hexane:i-PrOH:Et 2 NH (60:40:0.1), (R)-enantiomer is second major peak. (e) LiOH, H 2 O, THF.  ...  Selected CGRP Receptor Antagonists compd R 1 R 2 X Y * CGRP K i a,b (pM) cAMP IC 50 a,c (nM) cAMP þ HS IC 50 a,d (nM) 3 770 ( 70 (13) 2.2 ( 0.3 (8) 11 ( 2 (10) 5 Me Me CH 2 F S 39 ( 12 (13) 0.16 ( 0.06  ... 
doi:10.1021/ml900016y pmid:24900170 pmcid:PMC4007836 fatcat:vnea5gvdgvbudpi3oteofuf3zu

Taurine deficiency and dilated cardiomyopathy in golden retrievers fed commercial diets

Joanna L. Kaplan, Joshua A. Stern, Andrea J. Fascetti, Jennifer A. Larsen, Hannah Skolnik, Gordon D. Peddle, Richard D. Kienle, Andrew Waxman, Michael Cocchiaro, Catherine T. Gunther-Harrington, Tyler Klose, Kendra LaFauci (+12 others)
2018 PLoS ONE  
Gunther-Harrington, Kendra LaFauci, Rebecca Malakoff, Satoko Nishimura, Maureen Oldach, Christopher Stauthammer, Lynne O'Sullivan, Lance C. Visser, Regan William, Eric Ontiveros. 42.  ...  Percent differences between amount fed (kcal/ d) and calculated MER (kcal/d) were calculated.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209112 pmid:30543707 pmcid:PMC6292607 fatcat:s3ze2k2berafnewenbvko4xcea

Correction: Taurine deficiency and dilated cardiomyopathy in golden retrievers fed commercial diets

Joanna L. Kaplan, Joshua A. Stern, Andrea J. Fascetti, Jennifer A. Larsen, Hannah Skolnik, Gordon D. Peddle, Richard D. Kienle, Andrew Waxman, Michael Cocchiaro, Catherine T. Gunther-Harrington, Tyler Klose, Kendra LaFauci (+11 others)
2018 PLoS ONE  
The correct name is: Regan Williams. There is also an error in Table 2 . Row 8L, columns G and L should not have check marks in them.  ...  Please see the corrected Table 2 ✓ ✓ ✓ No No No ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 2 d 1 1 No ✓ No ✓ ✓ 3 e f 1 1 1 1 No No ✓ ✓ No No ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 4 g 1 1 No ✓ No ✓ ✓ 5 h 2 2 No ✓ No ✓ ✓ 6 i 1 1 No ✓ No ✓ ✓ 7 j 1 1 No ✓ No ✓ ✓  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0210233 pmid:30596785 pmcid:PMC6312369 fatcat:i4yszn4xgrd5lce4jzqejpgksi

Towards consistency, rigour and compatibility of risk assessments for ecosystems and ecological communities

Emily Nicholson, Tracey J. Regan, Tony D. Auld, Emma L. Burns, Laurie A. Chisholm, Valerie English, Stephen Harris, Peter Harrison, Richard T. Kingsford, Michelle R. Leishman, Daniel J. Metcalfe, Phil Pisanu (+6 others)
2014 Austral ecology (Print)  
UNCERTAINTY Uncertainty is pervasive in ecosystem risk assessment (Regan et al. 2003; Nicholson et al. 2009; Keith et al. 2013) .  ...  In Australian tropical lowland rainforest, for example, species richness of various taxa in fragments is inversely related to patch isolation, but unrelated to patch size (D.  ... 
doi:10.1111/aec.12148 fatcat:f57ktym5kjbxzkfdwgucxs622e

Protocolized emergency department observation care improves quality of ischemic stroke care in Haiti

Shada A. Rouhani, Regan H. Marsh, Linda Rimpel, Kathryn Anderson, Malena Outhay, Marie Cassandre Edmond, Keegan A. Checkett, Aaron L. Berkowitz, Gene F. Kwan, Christopher W. Baugh, Jeremiah D. Schuur
2020 African Journal of Emergency Medicine  
d Excludes four patients in the baseline group missing a triage acuity. Fig. 2. Rates of achievement of stroke care quality measures between different study groups.  ...  4.5 ± 4.9 4.4 ± 4.7 4.9 ± 7.1 Mean number of comorbidities ± SD 0.7 ± 0.6 0.8 ± 0.5 0.7 ± 0.6 Gender Male 34 (41%) 18 (53%) 2 (9.1%) Female 48 (59%) 16 (47%) 20 (91%) Triage acuity d  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.afjem.2020.05.007 pmid:32923326 pmcid:PMC7474244 fatcat:ba5n522p2jftbgpdsopaaqcn5q
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