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Market forces determine the distribution of a leaky function in a simple microbial community [article]

Jeffrey Morris, Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky, Colleen Clark, Matthew Kuhl, Spiridon Papoulis
2021 Zenodo  
We present a model that suggests that this market-like dynamic is a general property of Black Queen systems, and in communities dependent on multiple leaky functions, could lead to the spontaneous development  ...  Many biological functions are leaky, and organisms that perform them contribute some of their products to a community "marketplace" where non-performing individuals may compete for them.  ...  Helper Proportion in a Simple 1 Species BQ Toxin System. The helper proportion was determined in a 1 species ecosystem with a toxin.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5495858 fatcat:bdryqu5rsbcjhaq7qrjxo35hqa

Introduction: Williams syndrome

Colleen A. Morris
2010 American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part C, Seminars in Medical Genetics  
research not only recommend interventions that can be implemented now, but also identify areas requiring additional investigation, and suggest future therapeutic approaches. phenotype was likely due to a  ...  inspired me to initiate a study of the natural history of WS during my fellowship in medical genetics and dysmorphology at the University of Utah [Morris et al., 1988; Morris et al., 1990 ].  ...  For a recent review of WS medical complications, the reader is referred to Pober [2010] and , and for a comprehensive discussion of medical management in WS to Morris [2010] .  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.c.30266 pmid:20425781 pmcid:PMC2946897 fatcat:k6su5zoppfarlmfstku7xucqgy

Active exercise for individuals with cervical dystonia: a pilot randomized controlled trial

Melani J Boyce, Colleen G Canning, Neil Mahant, John Morris, Jane Latimer, Victor SC Fung
2012 Clinical Rehabilitation  
Design: Pilot randomized controlled, single-blind trial of a 12-week intervention followed by a four-week follow-up period.  ...  Setting: Supervised physiotherapy and outcome measurement sessions were conducted in a hospital outpatient physiotherapy setting. Participants also performed exercises at home.  ...  In addition, including a subset of participants receiving botulinum toxin caused a further limitation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0269215512456221 pmid:22904115 fatcat:hspbywngvjh6rlu7upv5zo6oda

BurstCube: A CubeSat for Gravitational Wave Counterparts [article]

Judith Racusin, Jeremy S. Perkins, Michael S. Briggs, Georgia de Nolfo, John Krizmanic, Regina Caputo, Julie E. McEnery, Peter Shawhan, David Morris, Valerie Connaughton, Dan Kocevski, Colleen Wilson-Hodge (+3 others)
2017 arXiv   pre-print
BurstCube contains 4 CsI scintillators coupled with arrays of compact low-power Silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) on a 6U Dellingr bus, a flagship modular platform that is easily modifiable for a variety  ...  The ultimate configuration of BurstCube is to have a set of ∼10 BurstCubes to provide all-sky coverage to GRBs for substantially lower cost than a full-scale mission.  ...  A NS-BH binary increases the detection range compared to a NS-NS by a factor of ∼ 1.6, and BH-BH by a factor of 2-5 [20] .  ... 
arXiv:1708.09292v1 fatcat:bdtqxgg3lvay5drancyizcyfny

Development of a State Medical Surge Plan, Part II: Components of a Medical Surge Plan

Royce Moser, Colleen Connelly, Lloyd Baker, Richard Barton, Jan Buttrey, Stephen Morris, Jeffrey Saffle, Jolene R. Whitney
2006 Disaster Management & Response  
A prior article discussed the planning procedures and process.  ...  In 2003, the Utah State Department of Health received funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration to develop a medical surge plan to increase the number of available hospital beds in  ...  Two forms of identification, one a state government picture ID and the other a photo ID from a hospital, health department, or other health organization, could be used as a standardized identification  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dmr.2005.11.001 pmid:16360636 pmcid:PMC7110659 fatcat:2qjz3uxgyffn7jgu3g4dpajjpq

Retinotopically defined primary visual cortex in Williams syndrome

Rosanna K. Olsen, J. Shane Kippenhan, Shruti Japee, Philip Kohn, Carolyn B. Mervis, Ziad S. Saad, Colleen A. Morris, Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Karen Faith Berman
2009 Brain  
Williams syndrome, caused by a hemizygous microdeletion on chromosome 7q11.23, is characterized by severe impairment in visuospatial construction.  ...  operations and (iii) impairment on visuospatial tasks related to the dorsal stream (Atkinson et al., 1997; Bellugi et al., 2000; Paul et al., 2002; Landau et al., 2006; Vicari and Carlesimo, 2006; Mervis and Morris  ...  Regarding the latter, comparing a group of low-IQ Williams syndrome participants to a group of normal-IQ controls would represent a potential confound that would impact on the interpretation of the neuroimaging  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awn362 pmid:19255058 pmcid:PMC2724925 fatcat:f465xvxx2vhf5b7nhjubl2gyfq

Neural Basis of Genetically Determined Visuospatial Construction Deficit in Williams Syndrome

Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Philip Kohn, Carolyn B. Mervis, J.Shane Kippenhan, Rosanna K. Olsen, Colleen A. Morris, Karen Faith Berman
2004 Neuron  
Neuroimaging studies of individuals with partial deletions (Frangiskakis et al., 1996; Morris et al., Square Completion Task 2003) would be of special interest in narrowing down Each 360 s scan (three  ...  For spatial Frangiskakis, J.M., Ewart, A.K., Morris, C.A., Mervis, C.B., Bertrand, normalization, all data were aligned to the average of these two J., Robinson, B.F., Klein, B.P., Ensing, G.J., Everett  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2004.08.014 pmid:15339645 fatcat:vhlhxtc74bchhhotwtqfbo5evq

Neural correlates of genetically abnormal social cognition in Williams syndrome

Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Ahmad R Hariri, Karen E Munoz, Carolyn B Mervis, Venkata S Mattay, Colleen A Morris, Karen Faith Berman
2005 Nature Neuroscience  
As a control task, participants matched simple shapes (circles or ellipses).  ...  DLPFC showed a positive interaction with OFC and a negative path to MPFC (Fig. 2f) . In contrast, in individuals with WBS, OFC showed no connection either with amygdala or DLPFC (Fig. 2g) .  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn1494 pmid:16007084 fatcat:iyu4ocr5end2piaz3e7bwj66mq

BAC-FISH refutes report of an 8p22–8p23.1 inversion or duplication in 8 patients with Kabuki syndrome

Kendra W Kimberley, Colleen A Morris, Holly H Hobart
2006 BMC Medical Genetics  
Kabuki syndrome is a multiple congenital anomaly/mental retardation syndrome.  ...  The multiple organ involvement suggests that this is a contiguous gene syndrome but no chromosomal anomalies have been isolated as an etiology.  ...  However, it now seems less likely that Kabuki syndrome is caused by a contiguous gene rearrangement than by a mutation in a regulatory gene. Table 1 : 1 Kabuki syndrome clinical features.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2350-7-46 pmid:16709256 pmcid:PMC1513556 fatcat:xd6uqt2acrbn7llkp3dfolc2ey

Organic Dissemination and Real-World Implementation of Patient Decision Aids for Left Ventricular Assist Device

Jocelyn S. Thompson, Daniel D. Matlock, Megan A. Morris, Colleen K. McIlvennan, Larry A. Allen
2018 MDM Policy & Practice  
Due to a relative lack of resources, participants saw the PtDAs as a way to help facilitate a higher quality decision-making process.  ...  Initial implementation was accomplished by a champion of the PtDAs.  ...  large contributor to successful implementation of our PtDAs. 3 Having a champion of the PtDAs led to a seamless implementation, whereas a lack of a champion who would ''devote time'' to pushing the PtDAs  ... 
doi:10.1177/2381468318767658 pmid:30288442 pmcid:PMC6157432 fatcat:ifnk7p47azdlzph33mzw2f42bm

Children with 7q11.23 duplication syndrome: Psychological characteristics

Carolyn B. Mervis, Bonita P. Klein-Tasman, Myra J. Huffman, Shelley L. Velleman, C. Holley Pitts, Danielle R. Henderson, Janet Woodruff-Borden, Colleen A. Morris, Lucy R. Osborne
2015 American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part A  
Median reading and mathematics achievement standard scores were at the low average to average level, with a range from severe impairment to high average or superior ability.  ...  For the child group, median General Conceptual Ability (similar to IQ) on the Differential Ability Scales-II was 85.0 (low average), with a range from severe disability to high average ability.  ...  However, given that the phenotypes of individuals with shorter [e.g., Morris et al., 2003] or longer [e.g., Stock et al., 2003] deletions of the WS region differ in important ways from those of individuals  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.a.37071 pmid:25900101 pmcid:PMC4545595 fatcat:wbj3jmicqvfnlk7lh7pdetyd7i

Genetic counseling of adults with Williams syndrome: A first study

Katrina Farwig, Amanda G. Harmon, Kristina M. Fontana, Carolyn B. Mervis, Colleen A. Morris
2010 American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part C, Seminars in Medical Genetics  
Fifty-three percent considered the 50-50 odds to be a high chance.  ...  We report on a study of genetic counseling to 43 adults with Williams syndrome (WS). Participants were initially asked what they knew about how WS occurs.  ...  There are several reports in the literature of adults with WS who have had offspring with WS [Morris et al., 1993; Sadler et al., 1993; Ounap et al., 1998; Scherer et al., 2005] .  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.c.30264 pmid:20425790 pmcid:PMC2953462 fatcat:grxgqzuy2zclnktsp6kzl3ughi

Supplementary_table_1 - Development of new or worsening headache after cochlear implant activation: A hypothesis-generating pilot study of incidence, timing, and clinical factors

Nina Riggins, Ricky Chae, Morris Levin, Annika Ehrlich, Henna Sawhney, Colleen Polite, Peter J Goadsby
2020 Figshare  
Chae, Morris Levin, Annika Ehrlich, Henna Sawhney, Colleen Polite and Peter J Goadsby in Cephalalgia Reports  ...  Supplementary_table_1 for Development of new or worsening headache after cochlear implant activation: A hypothesis-generating pilot study of incidence, timing, and clinical factors by Nina Riggins, Ricky  ...  Do you have a family history of headaches? Yes No 17. Have you had any other brain, head or neck surgery besides the Cochlear implant? Yes No 18.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.12871951.v1 fatcat:b62sqfwjgvggjb7ooevpxk4xfa

Retrieval properties of negative vs. positive mental images and autobiographical memories in social anxiety: Outcomes with a new measure

David A. Moscovitch, Dubravka L. Gavric, Colleen Merrifield, Tatiana Bielak, Morris Moscovitch
2011 Behaviour Research and Therapy  
a higher, more unbalanced ratio of negative-to-positive images and memories, as well as impoverished positive images that were significantly degraded in episodic detail.  ...  High (n ¼ 41) and low (n ¼ 39) socially anxious (SA) participants completed the Waterloo Images and Memories Interview (WIMI), a new assessment tool that measures the accessibility and properties of mental  ...  Moscovitch, and a Canadian Institutes of Health Research grant to M. Moscovitch.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.brat.2011.05.009 pmid:21683343 fatcat:vnkbebfwd5ftlhwdmhf4sapixa

Diagnosis and management of medical problems in adults with Williams–Beuren syndrome

Barbara R. Pober, Colleen A. Morris
2007 American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part C, Seminars in Medical Genetics  
Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS) is a multi-system disorder that requires ongoing management by a primary care physician familiar with the natural history and common medical problems associated with the  ...  ADULT WBS PREVALENCE AND LIFE EXPECTANCY Published prevalence estimates for WBS range from a high of $1/7,500 [Stromme et al., 2002] to a low of $1/ 20,000 [Morris et al., 1988; Yau et al., 2004] .  ...  Over time, hyper-reflexia of the lower extremities will develop as will contractures of the hamstrings and Achilles tendons [Morris et al., 1988; Kaplan et al., 1989; Morris and Carey, 1990; Cherniske  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.c.30139 pmid:17639596 fatcat:4236tp62jvcyxb65l3cd6mx6uu
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