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Lactation and Neonatal Care [chapter]

Ahmed Tibary, Larue W. Johnson, Lisa K. Pearson, Jacobo S. Rodriguez
2014 Llama and Alpaca Care  
Johnson, Lisa K. Pearson, and Jacobo S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-4377-2352-6.00025-0 fatcat:rq423qavengzti4wx5baqtkooa

Copper: toxicological relevance and mechanisms

Lisa M. Gaetke, Hannah S. Chow-Johnson, Ching K. Chow
2014 Archives of Toxicology  
may lead to the development of degenerative diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, atherosclerosis, neurological disorders and chronic inflammation (Chow, 1979; Chow and Chow-Johnson  ...  expression and activation of vital biological modifiers, which in turn may alter cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, and other cellular events (D'Autréaux and Toledano, 2007; Chow and Chow-Johnson  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00204-014-1355-y pmid:25199685 pmcid:PMC4339675 fatcat:2mcpvnofvjh2npyk3mh2476fri

Characterizing the APEC pathotype

Kylie E. Rodriguez-Siek, Catherine W. Giddings, Curt Doetkott, Timothy J. Johnson, Lisa K. Nolan
2005 Veterinary Research  
Johnson (University of Minnesota and the VA Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA).  ...  Johnson, 2003 Personal communication with J.R.  ...  Johnson. papG allele 1, papG allele 2 and 3, iha, afa, iss, sfaS, and kpsMT (K1).  ... 
doi:10.1051/vetres:2004057 pmid:15720976 fatcat:fa6huds3cbftrepmkirrgritky

Receiving right/wrong feedback: Consequences for learning

Lisa K. Fazio, Barbie J. Huelser, Aaron Johnson, Elizabeth J. Marsh
2010 Memory  
doi:10.1080/09658211003652491 pmid:20408043 pmcid:PMC4073309 fatcat:7inhuis5dnaljddyq7mhvfn5ai

Recombinant Iss as a Potential Vaccine for Avian Colibacillosis

Aaron M. Lynne, Subhashinie Kariyawasam, Yvonne Wannemuehler, Timothy J. Johnson, Sara J. Johnson, Avanti S. Sinha, Dorie K. Lynne, Harley W. Moon, Dianna M. Jordan, Catherine M. Logue, Steven L. Foley, Lisa K. Nolan
2012 Avian diseases  
Also, in a study of over 1,000 ExPEC from human and avian sources, Johnson et al.  ...  Johnson et al. (19, 22) showed that iss occurs on a conserved virulence cluster found on conjugative ColV and ColBM plasmids of APEC isolates. Skyberg et al.  ... 
doi:10.1637/9861-072111-reg.1 pmid:22545546 fatcat:lsn3iniiuzbp5ecooge22fuafq

The Amniotic Fluid Transcriptome

Lisa Hui, Donna K. Slonim, Heather C. Wick, Kirby L. Johnson, Diana W. Bianchi
2012 Obstetrics and Gynecology  
Gene Symbol Gene Name Tissue with maximum expression value in GNF Atlas Entrez Gene 207300_s_at F7 coagulation factor VII (serum prothrombin conversion accelerator) adult liver Vitamin K-dependent  ... 
doi:10.1097/aog.0b013e31823d4150 pmid:22183218 pmcid:PMC3273331 fatcat:uxzaxp3olrgdxe6ep42xqgm7qa

Keeping it light: (re)analyzing community-wide datasets without major infrastructure

Harriet Alexander, Lisa K Johnson, C Titus Brown
2018 GigaScience  
DNA sequencing technology has revolutionized the field of biology, shifting biology from a data-limited to data-rich state. Central to the interpretation of sequencing data are the computational tools and approaches that convert raw data into biologically meaningful information. Both the tools and the generation of data are actively evolving, yet the practice of re-analysis of previously generated data with new tools is not commonplace. Re-analysis of existing data provides an affordable means
more » ... f generating new information and will likely become more routine within biology, yet necessitates a new set of considerations for best practices and resource development. Here, we discuss several practices that we believe to be broadly applicable when re-analyzing data, especially when done by small research groups.
doi:10.1093/gigascience/giy159 pmid:30544142 pmcid:PMC6350038 fatcat:wsdyshu3ozektmskgq5brl2glm

Characterization of the utility of three nebulizers in investigating infectivity of airborne viruses [article]

Sadegh Niazi, Lisa K. Philp, Kirsten Spann, Graham R Johnson
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Ibrahim E, Harnish D, Kinney K, Heimbuch B, Wander JJB, Equipment B. 2015.  ...  Brown J, Tang J, Pankhurst L, Klein N, Gant V, Lai K, McCauley J, Breuer JJJoHI. 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.03.11.435057 fatcat:hmaplqjhnfhv5mjwmaexys6ayq

Fertility Preservation for Transgender Adolescents

Diane Chen, Lisa Simons, Emilie K. Johnson, Barbara A. Lockart, Courtney Finlayson
2017 Journal of Adolescent Health  
Purpose-To describe fertility preservation (FP) utilization by transgender adolescents within a pediatric gender clinic between July 2013 and July 2016. Methods-A retrospective chart review was conducted to abstract demographic and clinical information among adolescents initiating gender-affirming hormones, including patient age at initial FP consultation, birth-assigned sex, race/ethnicity, and outcome of FP consultation. Results-In our sample of 105 transgender adolescents, a total of 13
more » ... n transgender men and six transgender women) between the age of 14.2 and 20.6 years were seen in formal consultation for FP before initiating hormones. Of these adolescents, four completed sperm cryopreservation and one completed oocyte cryopreservation.
doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2017.01.022 pmid:28363716 pmcid:PMC5604229 fatcat:fag457u3enfyrnnjtwgn7s7q74

Recombinant Iss as a Potential Vaccine for Avian Colibacillosis

Aaron M. Lynne, Subhashinie Kariyawasam, Yvonne Wannemuehler, Timothy J. Johnson, Sara J. Johnson, Avanti S. Sinha, Dorie K. Lynne, Harley W. Moon, Dianna M. Jordan, Catherine M. Logue, Steven L. Foley, Lisa K. Nolan
2012 Avian Diseases Digest  
Also, in a study of over 1,000 ExPEC from human and avian sources, Johnson et al.  ...  Johnson et al. (19, 22) showed that iss occurs on a conserved virulence cluster found on conjugative ColV and ColBM plasmids of APEC isolates. Skyberg et al.  ... 
doi:10.1637/10017-986111-digest.1 fatcat:v777wnqcijbfrhvuoqhqea26fy

Genomic and transcriptomic reference assemblies and analyses with sequencing datasets from multiple non-traditional model species

Lisa K. Johnson
2019 Zenodo  
Johnson, Lisa K., Background Sequencing and assembling large eukaryotic genomes is challenging [1] [2] [3] .  ...  (Johnson 2019b) , and differential gene expression analysis from 14 species of killifish (Johnson 2019c) . There are no turn-key solutions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3754706 fatcat:xpq3ycehjrf35lxt2axfvqhagi

Tximeta: reference sequence checksums for provenance identification in RNA-seq [article]

Michael I Love, Charlotte Soneson, Peter F Hickey, Lisa K Johnson, N Tessa Pierce, Lori Shepherd, Martin Morgan, Rob Patro
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
Correct annotation metadata is critical for reproducible and accurate RNA-seq analysis. When files are shared publicly or among collaborators with incorrect or missing annotation metadata, it becomes difficult or impossible to reproduce bioinformatic analyses from raw data. It also makes it more difficult to locate the transcriptomic features, such as transcripts or genes, in their proper genomic context, which is necessary for overlapping expression data with other datasets. We provide a
more » ... on in the form of an R/Bioconductor package tximeta that performs numerous annotation and metadata gathering tasks automatically on behalf of users during the import of transcript quantification files. The correct reference transcriptome is identified via a hashed checksum stored in the quantification output, and key transcript databases are downloaded and cached locally. The computational paradigm of automatically adding annotation metadata based on reference sequence checksums can greatly facilitate genomic workflows, by helping to reduce overhead during bioinformatic analyses, preventing costly bioinformatic mistakes, and promoting computational reproducibility. The tximeta package is available at https://bioconductor.org/packages/tximeta.
doi:10.1101/777888 fatcat:eradthmqbvckbgpufbpewmuji4

Decarboxylative borylation

Chao Li, Jie Wang, Lisa M. Barton, Shan Yu, Maoqun Tian, David S. Peters, Manoj Kumar, Antony W. Yu, Kristen A. Johnson, Arnab K. Chatterjee, Ming Yan, Phil S. Baran
2017 Science  
Chao Li, 1 * Jie Wang, 1 * Lisa M. Barton, 1 Shan Yu, 2 Maoqun Tian, 1 David S. Peters, 1 Manoj Kumar, 2 Antony W. Yu, 1 Kristen A. Johnson, 2 Arnab K. Chatterjee, 2 Ming Yan, 1 Phil S.  ...  of 30 pM (K i = 34 pM) against purified HNE (Fig. 4B) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.aam7355 pmid:28408721 pmcid:PMC5807063 fatcat:qaq7nx74bfhmtbnlomiz5psqde

Mutational and transcriptional analyses of an avian pathogenic Escherichia coli ColV plasmid

Jerod A Skyberg, Timothy J Johnson, Lisa K Nolan
2008 BMC Microbiology  
In addition, others have shown that transfer of a ColV plasmid into a K-12 recipient was accompanied by a concomitant increase in the K-12 strain's ability to resist the bactericidal effects of serum complement  ...  In addition tsh and iroN, have been shown to contribute to the virulence of APEC [28, 29] , while virulence of E. coli K-12 was shown to be enhanced after the acquisition of an iss encoding plasmid [  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2180-8-24 pmid:18230176 pmcid:PMC2270849 fatcat:jxuulhdhtnfltmsc7la3hwlzma

Oocyte donor screening: the selection process and cost analysis

Marsha J Gorrill, Lisa K Johnson, Phillip E Patton, Kenneth A Burry
2001 Fertility and Sterility  
Objective: To evaluate the selection process and cost of screening oocyte donors. Design: Retrospective analysis. Setting: University-based IVF program. Patient(s): Potential oocyte donors. Intervention(s): Outcomes of all inquiries by individuals responding to recruitment advertisements for oocyte donors over a 10-month period were assessed. Recruitment and screening costs to bring a single donor into the program were calculated. Main Outcome Measure(s): The attrition rate for each step of the
more » ... oocyte donor screening process was determined. The costs assessed over the study period included the following: advertisement, administrative, professional, ultrasound, and blood screening. The total cost to bring a single donor into the program was calculated. Result(s): Advertisements led to 315 phone inquiries from potential oocyte donors. Of these, a total of 223 (71%) voluntarily withdrew from the screening process, 54 (17%) were screened out for medical or psychological reasons, and 38 (12%) entered the active donor pool. The total cost to bring a single donor into the program was approximately $1,869. Conclusion(s): There was significant attrition in the screening process for oocyte donation that needs to be taken into account in determining the costs of managing the program. (Fertil Steril 2001;75:400 -4.
doi:10.1016/s0015-0282(00)01711-8 pmid:11172847 fatcat:ekvodtg3wrgdzh2im7erb3pcwe
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