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Hindawi Publishing CorporationBioMed Research InternationalVolume 2013, Article ID 540465, 13 pageshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/540465 Research ArticleCharacterization and Dynamic Behavior of Wild Yeast duringSpontaneous Wine Fermentation in Steel Tanks and Amphorae Cecilia Díaz,1 Ana María Molina,2 Jörg Nähring,1 and Rainer Fischer1
PROYECTO PARA LA CONSERVACION Y USO SOSTENIBLE DEL SISTEMA ARRECIFAL MESOAMERICANO Belice – Guatemala – Honduras - México SAM / MBRS Manual de Métodos para la Elaboración de Programas de Uso Público en Áreas Protegidas de la Región del Sistema Arrecifal Mesoamericano.
Virus Adaptation and Treatment open access to scientific and medical research Open Access Full Text Article A paradigm linking herpesvirus immediate-early gene expression apoptosis and myalgic encephalomyelitis chronic fatigue syndrome This article was published in the following Dove Press journal: Virus Adaptation and Treatment21 February 2011Number of times this article has been viewed
Facts and Myths about Valley Independent Pharmacies Today, 7 in 10 prescriptions filled in the United States are for generic drugs. This fact sheet explains how generic drugs are made and approved and debunks some common myths about these products. FACT: FDA requires generic drugs to have the same quality and performance as the brand name drugs.
Full Length Article Amit Pandey* , Neha Rajput , Mohammad Nadeem Aslam and Bharat Choudhary 1. 1R&D Division, MRD LifeSciences, Lucknow, India. 2. Alpine Institute of Management and Technology, Dehradun, India. 3. APS University, Rewa, M.P., India Five MDR cultures of bacteria were isolated from four different locations of Lucknow and Kanpur, respectively. Based upon Gram staining four isolates (A1, A2, C2 and G3) were identified as Gram negative out of which A1 was mixed culture that is cocci + rod and A2 and G3 were Gram negative rods. Culture N was identified as Gram positive mixed culture that is cocci + rod. Based upon the biochemical analysis G3 bacterial culture was identified as Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Table 1), for multi-drug resistance (MDR) test seven different antibiotics in different concentration were used. It was observed that A1 bacterial culture showed resistance to amoxycilline (100 µg/ml), cefixime (100 µg/ml), ofloxacin (50 µg/ml), roxithromycin (20 µg/ml), ampicilline (50 µg/ml) and tetracycline (50 µg/ml) while A2 culture was resistant to amoxycilline (50 µg/ml) and cefixime (1 mg/ml). C2 was resistant to amoxycilline (10 mg/ml), cefixime (1 mg/ml), roxithromycin (10 mg/ml), ampicilline (20 µg/ml) and tetracycline (20 µg/ml). G3 was resistant to amoxycillin (1 mg/ml) and cefixime (1 mg/ml). And N culture was resistant to amoxycilline (100 µg/ml), cefixime (1 mg/ml), roxithromycin (50 µg/ml), ampicilline (50 µg/ml) and tetracycline (20 µg/ml).
Rev. Medicina y Humanidades. Vol. II N° 2-3 (Mayo-Diciembre) 2010 Derechos Humanos, Bioética y reinserción comunitaria en psiquiatría1. Resumen: El presente trabajo se introduce en el análisis que puede desarrollar la bioética en el área específica de las implicancias de la psiquiatría en la trasformación de los proyectos de vida de las personas y el difícil trabajo de ellas para alcanzar una revalidación social de sus derechos, después de un largo tiempo de tratamientos. En este contexto, es factible considerar como variables, la responsabilidad ética del profesional que diseña programas de reinserción comunitaria, incorporación de psicofármacos, dependencia constante de los aparatos sanitarios, integración a nuevos barrios, involuntaria convivencia con otros, reaprendizaje de la participación civil, que se vinculan a este fenómeno. El trabajo que presentamos, busca articular tres dimensiones culturales, el rol social del profesional de la salud (Terapeuta Ocupacional), la reflexión bioética y la declaración rectora de la dignidad humana expresada como Derechos Humanos; que conectan en la validación, protección y reintegración de las personas afectadas por las intervenciones psiquiátricas. Palabras Claves: Bioética, Psiquiatría, Derechos Humanos. Abstract
HIV in Primary Care An essential guide for GPs, practice nurses and other members of the primary healthcare team by Dr Sara Madge, Dr Philippa Matthews, Dr Surinder Singh and Dr Nick Theobald a charity supported by the British Medical Association by Dr Sara Madge, Dr Philippa Matthews, Dr Surinder Singh and Dr Nick Theobald Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health (MedFASH)*
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WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE MALTESE ISLANDS A Resource Management Approach Final Document January 2014 Foreword It is my pleasure to be able to present Malta's Waste Management Plan for the Maltese Islands which covers the period up till 2020. We have purposely given this Plan a resource management approach for we firmly believe that waste is increasingly becoming a resource from which we do not only derive recycled materials, that lengthen the life cycle of virgin resources, or embedded energy but also a greener economy and the creation of more green jobs in line with the architecture of modern economies. I am proud at what we have been able to achieve in such a short time. Upon coming into office we found that we had a very tight deadline by when to submit Malta's Waste Management Plan and Waste Prevention Plan. I was firmly of the belief that success in this sector can only be achieved if society were to make the required commitment. To this effect the authors of this Plan agreed to undertake as wide a consultation exercise as possible during which we met interested stakeholders, initially, without any preconceived ideas and, later, put out a draft Plan for further consultation in parallel with an SEA which was being conducted pari passu with the development of this Plan. On paper, I am confident that the Plan will find the approval of a wide majority of society whatever walk of life they come from. However, the proof of the pudding is in the eating and this Plan's success on the ground can only be achieved if every member of society assumes his and her responsibility in committing to the national waste management agenda. What we are proposing is not any different from success stories in other fellow European countries and which have come about through multi-stakeholder commitments. Malta is a very small country where the impacts of environmental problems can be felt throughout the islands. Therefore no one can be detached from this problem. It is now time to turn this challenge into an opportunity. Better waste management practices, including minimizing our waste, will undoubtedly re-size the problem we are faced with, require less of an infrastructure and hence have a lower impact on the environment. An out of sight, out of mind approach can only lead to a more expensive waste management system and one where the cost of inaction is high. We have witnessed the concerns of those who live in the proximity of sites designated for waste management facilities. The consequence of inaction will mean that more of our limited land areas will have to be dedicated to such. This would clearly go against our obligation to bequeath to future generations an environment which is not undermined by the consequences of our irresponsible behavior. Government is committed as much on this agenda as it is on other aspects within the national context. My appeal is for you to embark upon this journey with us with a mindset that realizes that your effort is an investment for yourself, your family and your future generations. Leo Brincat Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change
LA ASAMBLEA NACIONAL DE LA REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA la siguiente, LEY DE AERONÁUTICA CIVIL TÍTULO I DISPOSICIONES GENERALES Artículo 1. La presente Ley regula el conjunto de actividades relativas al transporte aéreo, la navegación aérea y otras vinculadas con el empleo de aeronaves civiles donde ejerza su
THE DIRT ON TOXIC INGREDIENTS IN MEN'S BODY CARE PRODUCTS The Dirt on Toxic Ingredients in Men's Body Care Products By ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENCE ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENCE gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our donors, the Catherine Donnelly Foundation, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and the Just Beautiful Campaign Cabinet for making this report possible, as well as the Canadian men who volunteered
Intellectual Property News for the Higher Education Community of Mississippi Volume 1, Issue 3 A Publication of the Mississippi Law Research Institute Corporate Copyright Infringers "IP Mississippi" is a quarterly publication of the Mississippi Law Research Institute Several corporations have recently been designed to keep educators and administrators at brought to task for using photographs in
Dental Erosion in Ga s t roesophageal Re flux Di s e a s e • Ro b e rt P. Ba r ro n , DMD, BSc, FADSA • • Ro b e rt P. Ca rm i c h a e l , BSc, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C) • • Ma r g a ret A. Ma rc o n , MD, FRCPC • • George K.B. Sàndor, MD, DDS, FRCD(C), FRCS(C), FACS • Dentists are often the first health care professionals to diagnose dental erosion in patients with gastroesophagealreflux disease (GERD). Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) is the passage of gastric contents into the esophagus, andGERD is defined as symptoms or complications of GER. Twenty-four-hour monitoring of esophageal pH is helpfulin diagnosing GERD. Treatment of dental erosion resulting from GERD involves a multidisciplinary approach amongfamily physician, dentist, prosthodontist, orthodontist and gastroenterologist. When possible, dental erosion shouldbe treated with minimal intervention, and such treatment should include control of microflora, remineralization,adhesive restorations and use of biomimetic materials.
WEEKLY GLOBAL ENERGY Markets SNAPSHOT September 1 – September 5, 2014 News you missed during the week… St Vincent Geothermal Power Plant Could Be Operational By 2018 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, updating the country on the results of the surface exploration phase of the geothermal project stating that a recent report indicated Mount Soufriere is hosting a high temporary geothermal reservoir of commercial use. Gonsalves further mentioned that if everything "goes well and on scheduled", the geothermal plant is scheduled to begin operations in June 2018. St. Vincent and the Grenadines current peak demand for electricity is 20MW with 5MW generated by hydropower. The government is exploring the development of a 5 to 15 MW geothermal power plant to provide base load power to the country. (Source
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MD Research News Monday July 4 , 2011 This free weekly bulletin lists the latest published research articles on macular degeneration (MD) as indexed in the NCBI, PubMed (Medline) and Entrez (GenBank) databases. These articles were identified by a search using the key term "macular degeneration". If you have not already subscribed, please email Rob Cummins at [email protected] with ‘Subscribe to MD Research News' in the subject line, and your name and address in the body of the email.
PROJECT REPORT "ANALYTICAL METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF SOME ANTI-CANCER DOSES FORMS' UGC REFERENCE No. 47-114/07 SUBMITTED TO UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION Dr. JWALANT J. VORA M. G. SCIENCE INSTITUTE, AHMEDABAD-380009 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR,
Fokale Dystonie bei einer 21jährigen Querflötistin – Diagnostik, Therapie & Verlauf E.J. Seidel, A. Fischer, E. Loosch, E. Altenmüller, E.Lange 1. Einleitung Unter fokalen Dystonien (wörtlich übersetzt: „auf bestimmte Muskelgruppen beschränkte Fehlanspannung") versteht man unwillkürliche, meist schmerzfreie muskuläre Verkrampfungen und Dyskoordinationen in umschriebenen
■ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE Prevalence of Bruxism Awareness in a Sardinian Population Marcello Melis, D.M.D., R.Pharm.; Youssef S. Abou-Atme, D.D.S., M.S. ABSTRACT: 1014 subjects on the island of Sardinia (Italy) were interviewed regarding the habit ofclenching and grinding their teeth. They had to specify if this activity occurred during the day, during thenight, or both. Other information recorded was their age, gender, marital status, and occupation. Overallprevalence of bruxism was 27.2% (276 subjects). No association was found between bruxism and age,
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Heart Disease after Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer University of Oxford 620 names of EBCTCG collaborators in local and systemic therapy trials, listed alphabetically by institution, then name. Lancet 2011; 378: 771-84. ACETBC, Tokyo, Japan O Abe, R Abe, K Enomoto, K Kikuchi, H Koyama, H Masuda, Y Nomura, German Breast Cancer Study Group (BMFT), Freiburg, Germany G Bastert, H Rauschecker,
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 352 (2007) 226 – 233 Individual relationship between aneuploidy of gill cells and growth rate in the cupped oysters Crassostrea angulata, C. gigas and their reciprocal hybrids Frederico M. Batista a,b,1, Alexandra Leitão a,c,1, Vera G. Fonseca d,e, Radhouan Ben-Hamadou e, Francisco Ruano f, Maria A. Henriques b, Henrique Guedes-Pinto c, Pierre Boudry d,⁎
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December 2008 (Vol. 1, Issue 3, pages 47-50) HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND CLINICAL USE OF CB1 RECEPTOR INVERSE AGONISTS/ANTAGONISTS By Gérard Le Fur, PhD Sanofi-aventis, Paris, France In 1964, the structure of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive ingredient in mari-juana, was identified . The breakthrough was given impetus by the discovery of cannabinoid re-ceptors and their endogenous ligands, the endocannabinoids. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a physiological system with an impor-tant regulatory role in numerous bio-
Comparison of efficacy of Clomiphene Citrate and Tamoxifen for induction of Ovulation among women with Anovulatory Infertility Padma Raj Pant Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. Background:Infertility is a global problem among the married couple. Globally 10 to 15 percent of the couples are experiencing this
Part 1 - General Polices, Procedures and Definitions CIVIL AVIATION RULES AND STANDARDS FEDRAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA PART 1 — GENERAL POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND DEFINITIONS General Polices, Procedures and Definitions [THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK] Part 1 - General Polices, Procedures and Definitions Part 1 - General Polices, Procedures and Definitions
Learning in Museums and Young People a NEMO - LEM Working Group study The views expressed in this report are the authors' and do not necessarily reflect those of the NEMO - LEM Working Group Section 1BASIC FRAMEWORK An entangled context 5 "Playmaker" Museums 5An entangled relation 7Examples of good pratices: positive legacies from the latest years 10
Temporally and Regionally Disparate Differences inPlasmin Activity by Tranexamic Acid Daryl L. Reust, MD,* Scott T. Reeves, MD,* James H. Abernathy, III, MD,* Jennifer A. Dixon, MD,‡William F. Gaillard, II, BS,‡ Rupak Mukherjee, PhD,‡ Christine N. Koval, BS,‡ Robert E. Stroud, MS,‡and Francis G. Spinale, MD, PhD†‡ BACKGROUND: A major complication associated with cardiac surgery is excessive and pro-longed bleeding in the perioperative period. Improving coagulation by inhibiting fibrinolysis,primarily through inhibition of plasmin activity (PLact) with antifibrinolytics such as tranexamicacid (TXA), has been a pharmacological mainstay in cardiac surgical patients. Despite its almostubiquitous use, the temporal and regional modulation of PLact profiles by TXA remainsunexplored. Accordingly, we developed a fluorogenic-microdialysis system to measure in vivodynamic changes in PLact after TXA administration in a large animal model.METHODS: Pigs (25–35 kg) were randomly assigned to receive TXA (30 mg/kg, diluted into 50mL normal saline; n ⫽ 9) or vehicle (50 mL normal saline; n ⫽ 7). Microdialysis probes wereplaced in the liver, myocardium, kidney, and quadriceps muscle compartments. The microdialy-sate infusion contained a validated plasmin-specific fluorogenic peptide. The fluorescenceemission (standard fluorogenic units [SFU]) of the interstitial fluid collected from the microdialy-sis probes, which directly reflects PLact, was determined at steady-state baseline and 30, 60,90, and 120 min after TXA/vehicle infusion. Plasma PLact was determined at the same timepoints using the same fluorogenic substrate approach.RESULTS: TXA reduced plasma PLact at 30 min after infusion by ⬎110 SFU compared withvehicle values (P ⬍ 0.05). Specifically, there was a decrease in liver PLact at 90 and 120 minafter TXA infusion of ⬎150 SFU (P ⬍ 0.05) and 175 SFU (P ⬍ 0.05), respectively. The decreasein liver PLact occurred 60 min after the maximal decrease in plasma PLact. In contrast, kidney,heart, and quadriceps PLact transiently increased followed by an overall decrease at 120 min.CONCLUSIONS: Using a large animal model and in vivo microdialysis measurements of PLact,the unique findings from this study were 2-fold. First, TXA induced temporally distinct PLactprofiles within the plasma and selected interstitial compartments. Second, TXA causedregion-specific changes in PLact profiles. These temporal and regional differences in the effectsof TXA may have important therapeutic considerations when managing fibrinolysis in theperioperative period. (Anesth Analg 2010;110:694 –701)
M U N I C I P A L I D A D SECRETARIO MUNICIPAL SAN JOSE DE LA MARIQUINA ACTA SESION EXTRAORDINARIA Nº 15, DEL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DE MARIQUINA DE FECHA VIERNES 04 DE OCTUBRE DEL AÑO 2013.- En San José de la Mariquina, a VIERNES 04 DE OCTUBRE DEL AÑO 2013. 09,20 , HORAS, se da comienzo a la sesión extraordinaria Nº 15, del Concejo Municipal de Mariquina, PERIODO 2012 – 2016, con la asistencia de los Concejales: SRA. MARIA CRISTINA EPUANTE LLANCAFIL; SRA. CECILIA FERREIRA REYES; SR. JAIME RAMIREZ MARQUEZ; SR. LUIS ALBERTO FARIÑA VELOZO; SR. RODRIGO MANZANO NAHUELPAN; SR. CRISTIAN JOHN CATALAN BRAVO; Preside la sesión el Sr. ERWIN PACHECO AYALA, ALCALDE DE LA COMUNA DE MARIQUINA, ACTUA COMO SECRETARIO DEL CONCEJO, SIGIFREDO SALGADO BLANCO, SECRETARIO MUNICIPAL.- Se encuentra presente en esta sesión don Claudio Oliva Director de SECPLAN de la Comuna
Chères lectrices, chers lecteurs, Il m'est d'un grand honneur de vous présenter ce document monographie du secteur minier, vous donnant une photographie de la grande mine à Madagascar. Cet ouvrage vise à présenter une vue d'ensemble de la fonctionnalité de ce secteur à travers une présentation des acteurs et la description du cadre d'évolution de la grande mine. Madagascar est un jeune
Recent Trends in Class Action and Aggregate Litigation in the Life Sciences Industry www.morganlewis.com © 2013 Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP For the last several years, the life sciences industry has been fertile ground for class action and aggregate litigation. Developments in this area have driven several trends, including state consumer fraud claims, securities class actions, antitrust class actions, and aggregate litigation brought by private healthcare insurers and state attorneys general. These recent trends have been driven, in part, by legislative and doctrinal developments. For example, in 2005—based on legislative findings of abuse in class action practice in state courts—Congress enacted the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA), permitting defendants to remove to federal court putative class actions that previously may have been subject to less stringent standards in state court. In Standard Fire Insurance Co. v. Knowles,1 the U.S. Supreme Court held that a plaintiff's stipulation that he would not accept more than $5 million in damages could not be used to avoid CAFA's amount in controversy requirement. In other words, a class representative may not agree to seek less money to try to keep a case in state court.
Human Pathology (2007) 38, 185 – 189 Temozolomide therapy in a man with an aggressiveprolactin-secreting pituitary neoplasm:morphological findings Kalman Kovacs MD, PhDa,*, Eva Horvath PhDa, Luis V. Syro MDb, Humberto Uribe MDc,Luis C. Penagos MDd, Leon D. Ortiz MDe, Camilo E. Fadul MDf aDepartment of Laboratory Medicine, St Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 1W8bDepartment of Neurosurgery, Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe and Clinica Medellin, Medellin, ColombiacDepartment of Neurosurgery, Clinica SOMA, Medellin, ColombiadDivision of Otolaryngology, Clinica Medellin, Medellin, ColombiaeSection of Neuro-oncology, Instituto de Cancerologia, Clinica Las Americas, Medellin, ColombiafSections of Hematology/Oncology and Neurology, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA
45th Annual Report California Horse Racing Board A Department of the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency A Summary of Fiscal Year 2014–15 Revenue and Calendar Year 2015 racing in California California Horse Racing Board Chuck Winner, Chairman Richard Rosenberg, Vice Chairman
Aging, Systemic Disease and Oral Health: Implications for Women Worldwide (Part II) Pam Hughes, RDH, MS Continuing Education Units: 3 hours Part one of this two-part series on Women, Aging and Oral Health appears in the dentalcare.com CE library and introduced the global prevalence and risk factors of three common health conditions among aging women: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and osteoporosis. The aim of the course was to provide dental professionals prevention and treatment approaches, information on connections to oral health and specific treatment plans for each condition.
In Pharmacy, IMS MAT Jan 2011 To Fever and Pain INCLUDES DR. KEELY S TIPS Effective relief you can trust A Parent's Guide to Fever and Pain The content of this guide has been drafted in conjunction with Dr. JimKeely, who has spent 6 years working in Paediatrics at three of the mainteaching hospitals in Ireland. Dr Keely entered general practice in 1994and currently works as a GP at the Seabury Medical Centre in Malahidewith a special interest in Paediatrics. He is also the father of five childrenand gives us his personal top tips on how to deal with pain and fever.
Meat Science 69 (2005) 509–518 Conjugated linoleic acid concentration in M. Longissimus dorsi from heifers oﬀered sunﬂower oil-based concentrates and conserved forages F. Noci a,b, P. OÕKiely a, F.J. Monahan b, C. Stanton c, A.P. Moloney a,* a Teagasc, Grange Research Centre, Dunsany, Co. Meath, Ireland b Department of Food Science, University College Dublin, Dublin 4, Ireland
Reason for the decision pertaining to complaint 1084 – Lipitor Promotional Materials June 2012 Code of Conduct Meeting Subject Company: Pfizer Australia Complainant: Dr Ken Harvey Product: Lipitor Complaint Dr Harvey alleged that advertisements placed in general media publications directly promoted Lipitor to the general public and therefore were in breach of Section 12.3 of the Code of Conduct. Sections of the Code The advertisements were alleged to be in breach of the following Sections of Edition 16 of the Code:
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MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS 45:461–478 (2006) Checkpoint Kinase 1-Mediated Phosphorylationof Cdc25C and Bad Proteins Are Involved inAntitumor Effects of Loratadine-Induced G2/MPhase Cell-Cycle Arrest and Apoptosis Jinn-Shiun Chen,1 Shyr-Yi Lin,2 Wei-Ling Tso,3 Geng-Chang Yeh,4 Wen-Sen Lee,5 How Tseng,6Li-Ching Chen,7 and Yuan-Soon Ho3* 1Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Department of Surgery, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou, Taiwan2Department of Internal Medicine, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan3Graduate Institute of Biomedical Technology, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan4Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, and Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University,Taipei, Taiwan5Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, and Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University,Taipei, Taiwan6Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan7Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
a Clinical problem and a National problem • Define obesity • Revise normal energy balance and its • Revise energy in food and basal metabolic rate Doctor of Medicine • Discuss the aetiology of obesity for individuals (nature vs nuture) including the social determinants of health • Discuss the aetiology and evolution of the obesity epidemic in Australia over the last
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 6/1 (2012): 1–17, 10.1111/j.1751-9004.2011.00415.x How Reward and Emotional Stimuli Induce DifferentReactions Across the Menstrual Cycle Michiko Sakaki* and Mara MatherUniversity of Southern California AbstractDespite widespread belief that moods are affected by the menstrual cycle, researchers on emotionand reward have not paid much attention to the menstrual cycle until recently. However, recentresearch has revealed different reactions to emotional stimuli and to rewarding stimuli across thedifferent phases of the menstrual cycle. The current paper reviews the emerging literature on howovarian hormone fluctuation during the menstrual cycle modulates reactions to emotional stimuliand to reward. Behavioral and neuroimaging studies in humans suggest that estrogen and proges-terone have opposing influences. That is, it appears that estrogen enhances reactions to reward,but progesterone counters the facilitative effects of estrogen and decreases reactions to rewards. Incontrast, reactions to emotionally arousing stimuli (particularly negative stimuli) appear to bedecreased by estrogen but enhanced by progesterone. Potential factors that can modulate theeffects of the ovarian hormones (e.g., an inverse quadratic function of hormones' effects; the struc-tural changes of the hippocampus across the menstrual cycle) are also discussed.
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Chemistry & Biology Perturbation of Estrogen Receptor a Localizationwith Synthetic Nona-Arginine LXXLL-Peptide Coactivator Binding Inhibitors Mae¨lle Carraz,Wilbert Zwart,Trang Rob Michalides,and Luc 1Chemical Genomics Centre of the Max Planck Society, 44227 Dortmund, Germany2Laboratory of Chemical Biology, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, 5600MB Eindhoven,The Netherlands3Division of Cell Biology, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, 1066CX Amsterdam, The Netherlands*Correspondence: DOI 10.1016/j.chembiol.2009.06.009
Advocate Spot-on Solution Animal Health DivisionBayer House, Straw berry Hill,New buryBerkshire RG14 1JA Incorporating the data sheets for the follow ing products:Advocate 40 mg + 4 mg spot-on solution for smal cats and ferretsAdvocate 80 mg + 8 mg spot-on solution for large catsAdvocate 40 mg + 10 mg spot-on solution for smal dogsAdvocate 100 mg + 25 mg spot-on solution for medium dogsAdvocate 250 mg + 62.5 mg spot-on solution for large dogsAdvocate 400 mg + 100 mg spot-on solution for extra-large dogsPresentationAdvocate spot-on solution for cats and ferrets is a clear yel ow to brow nish solution containing 100 mg/ml imidacloprid and 10mg/ml moxidectin w ith benzyl alcohol and Butylhydroxytoluene 1 mg/ml (E 321 as an antioxidant). Each pipette of the smal catand ferret presentations contains 0.4 ml (40 mg imidacloprid, 4 mg moxidectin), the large cat presentation contains 0.8 ml (80 mgimidacloprid, 8 mg moxidectin). Advocate spot-on solution for dogs is a clear yel ow to brow nish solution containing 100 mg/ml imidacloprid and 25 mg/mlmoxidectin w ith benzyl alcohol and Butylhydroxytoluene 1 mg/ml (E321 as an antioxidant). Each pipette of the dog presentationscontains either 0.4 ml (40 mg imidacloprid, 10 mg moxidectin), 1.0 ml (100 mg imidacloprid, 25 mg moxidectin), 2.5 ml (250 mgimidacloprid, 62.5 mg moxidectin) or 4.0 ml (400 mg imidacloprid, 100 mg moxidectin).UsesFor use in cats, ferrets and dogs suffering from, or at risk from, mixed parasitic infections: For cats: For the treatment and prevention of flea infestation (Ctenocephalides felis), treatment of ear mite infestation(Otodectes cynotis), prevention of heartw orm disease (L3 and L4 larvae of Dirofilaria immitis) and treatment of infections w ithgastrointestinal nematodes (L4 larvae, immature adults and adults of Toxocara cati and Ancylostoma tubaeforme). The productcan be used as part of a treatment strategy for flea al ergy dermatitis (FAD).For ferrets: For the treatment and prevention of flea infestation (Ctenocephalides felis) and the prevention of heartw ormdisease (L3 and L4 larvae of Dirofilaria immitis).For dogs: For the treatment and prevention of flea infestation (Ctenocephalides felis), treatment of biting lice (Trichodectescanis), treatment of ear mite infestation (Otodectes cynotis), sarcoptic mange (caused by Sarcoptes scabiei var. canis),demodicosis (caused by Demodex canis), prevention of heartw orm disease (L3 and L4 larvae of Dirofilaria immitis) andangiostrongylosis (L4 larvae and immature adults of Angiostrongylus vasorum), treatment of Angiostrongylus vasorum andCrenosoma vulpis and treatment of infections w ith gastrointestinal nematodes (L4 larvae, immature adults and adults ofToxocara canis, Ancylostoma caninum and Uncinaria stenocephala, adults of Toxascaris leonina and Trichuris vulpis). Theproduct can be used as part of a treatment strategy for flea al ergy dermatitis (FAD).Dosage and administration
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Pediatr Infect Dis J, 2001;20:104–7 Copyright © 2001 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. Safety of ofloxacin otic and other ototopicaltreatments in animal models and in humans GEORGE A. GATES, MD To assess the safety of topical agents in the terna.4 Their consensus is based on the failure of trial middle ear, animal studies were reviewed. Com-
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CODEX – THE SICKNESS INDU$TRY's LAST STAND An Article By Eve Hillary Special Release April 1, 2005 Sydney Revised April 23, 2005 Preamble What is CODEX? (34) In short it is an annual World Health Organisation (WHO) sponsored gathering of delegates in Europe, many of them trans-national pharmaceutical corporations who are primarily focused on increasing their market share, by pushing their desired and arbitrary regulatory "standards" into a global standard and forcing it onto the smaller local supplement industry, all in the name of "international regulatory excellence". The Codex Committee is also bound by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) treaties. The WTO is a global commercial police that ensures countries are required to purchase from trans-national corporations in favour of their own locally produced goods, in the name of "lowering trade barriers". This WHO/WTO joint effort called CODEX is in the process of wiping out local supplement companies and natural health care practices, to bring in more drug based medicine, in what is euphemistically known as "creating a level playing field", while primarily giving the public a misleading impression that someone in the World Health Organisation (WTO) is looking after its health and safety. CODEX recommendations are then adopted by regulators such as the Australian TGA or the US FDA by various direct or indirect means that end up as Acts and amendments that are passed into law by Parliaments or Congress, usually without public debate. In 2002 I unveiled Codex to a Brisbane, Australia audience of 300 people. Only 3 knew anything about it - the same three I'd spoken with before the lecture. I then wrote a chapter on CODEX in my book "Health Betrayal". Primary data about CODEX is not easy to find. (34) And there remains deliberate misinformation emanating from government sources with close ties to trans-national corporations. Meanwhile, the Australian regulator, the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) is deeply involved in the corporate agenda as this article will track. The Australian Health Minister, Mr. Abbott, has recently called a Sydney talkback radio program to "reassure" the presenter and listening audience that CODEX is not an issue in Australia. At the same time there has been no effort on the part of the government to publicly reveal the extraordinary events that have delivered Australia into corporate governance in health care. This includes the very real possibility that many cheap and effective natural remedies may no longer be available to the public after July 1 when drastic changes that have never been openly debated, are set to be implemented by Parliament. It is my intention to reveal the fact that trans-national pharmaceutical corporations have already assumed the role of government at least where health care is concerned. I intend to highlight what steps have already been taken by corporate interests to move Australia and New Zealand toward CODEX and toward international corporate governance in the Asia Pacific region. This being true, it would alter the basic premise and agreement which Australian governance was founded upon – Democracy. This agreement cannot be altered except with the informed consent of the majority and only after public debate and referendum. It is my educated guess that most Australians want democracy for themselves and that they would want to preserve it for future generations. It is my guess that Australians do not want to be governed by trans-national corporations. It is my intention to allow these issues to be debated, understood and corrected by the electors, the only legitimate proprietors of government at this time.
Volume 11(Suppl 3) 2011 Official Journal of Malaysian P ublic Health Physicians'Association EDITORIAL BOARD Chief Editor Prof. Dato' Dr. Syed Mohamed Aljunid (Unit ed Nations University – International Institute for Global Health) Deputy Chief Editor Assc. Prof. Dr. Sharifa Ezat Wan Puteh
Joint Implant Surgery & Research Foundation Chagrin Falls, Ohio, USA Dissolvable Antibiotic Beads in Treatment of Periprosthetic Joint Infection and Revision The Use of Synthetic Pure Calcium Sulfate (Stimulan®) Impregnated with Vancomycin & Tobramycin Edward J. McPherson, MD, FACS† • Matthew V. Dipane, BA† • Sherif M. Sherif, MD†
Hum. Reprod. Advance Access published August 18, 2010 Human Reproduction, Vol.0, No.0 pp. 1 – 5, 2010 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Infertility Decreased pregnancy rate is linkedto abnormal uterine peristalsis causedby intramural ﬁbroids O. Yoshino1,2,*, T. Hayashi3, Y. Osuga1, M. Orisaka4, H. Asada5,S. Okuda6, M. Hori7, M. Furuya5, H. Onuki2, Y. Sadoshima2, H. Hiroi1,
Prevalence of diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome in subjects with and without schizophrenia (CURES-104)Subashini R, Deepa M, Padmavati R1, Thara R1, Mohan V Epidemiology and Background: There are some reports that diabetes and metabolic syndrome (MS) are more prevalent among Diabetology, Madras Diabetes Research schizophrenia patients. However, there are very few studies in India which have estimated the prevalence
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Incipient Fault Detection in 33/11kV Power Transformers by Using Combined Dissolved Gas Analysis Technique and Acoustic Partial Discharge Measurement and Validated Through Untanking Mohd Raffi Samsudin Ahmad Qisti Ramli Ahmad Berhanuddin Young Zaidey Yang Researcher, High Voltage Tenaga Nasional Bhd Universiti Tenaga Tenaga Nasional Bhd TNB Research Sdn Bhd
JMARS News Letter Vol. 1, April 22, 2006 Maillard Reaction Society (IMARS) Japan Maillard Reaction Society) The Maillard Reaction and Free Radicals: Discovery of the Namiki Pathway Nagoya University I graduated from university (in Tokyo, 1945) in the great confusion just after the Second World War and fortunately found work at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research. The Institute was established in 1917 as the first general research institute in Japan and
SIRT1 Regulates Circadian Clock GeneExpression through PER2 Deacetylation Gad Asher,David Gatfield,Markus Hans Reinke,Charna Florian Kreppel,Raul Mostoslavsky,Frederick W. Alt,and Ueli 1Department of Molecular Biology, Sciences III, University of Geneva, 30, Quai Ernest Ansermet, CH-1211 Geneva-4, Switzerland2Division of Gene Therapy, University of Ulm, Helmholtzstrasse 8/1, D-89081 Ulm, Germany3Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02114, USA4Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Children's Hospital, Center for Blood Research, and Department of Genetics,Harvard University Medical School, Boston, MA 02115, USA*Correspondence: DOI 10.1016/j.cell.2008.06.050
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Chávez, Flores, Chacon, et al. MEDICRIT Revista de Medicina Interna y Medicina Crítica Indexada en IMBIOMED Revisión La Neuroprotección en Disfunción Neurológica Aguda. Nuevos Enfoques Terapéuticos Dentro del Campo de la nmunología del Sistema Nervioso Central Olivia M Chávez Grimaldi, M.D.1, María Elisa Flores Chávez, M.D.2, María de los Reyes Chacón de
SCAN (2009) 4, 313–327 Medial cortex activity, self-reflection anddepression Marcia K. Johnson, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Karen J. Mitchell, and Yael LevinDepartment of Psychology, Yale University, PO Box 208205, New Haven, CT 06520-8205, USA Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we investigated neural activity associated with self-reflection in depressed[current major depressive episode (MDE)] and healthy control participants, focusing on medial cortex areas previously shownto be associated with self-reflection. Both the MDE and healthy control groups showed greater activity in anterior medial cortex(medial frontal gyrus, anterior cingulate gyrus) when cued to think about hopes and aspirations compared with duties andobligations, and greater activity in posterior medial cortex (precuneus, posterior cingulate) when cued to think about dutiesand obligations (Experiment 1). However, the MDE group showed less activity than controls in the same area of medial frontalcortex when self-referential cues were more ambiguous with respect to valence (Experiment 2), and less deactivation in a non-self-referential condition in both experiments. Furthermore, individual differences in rumination were positively correlated withactivity in both anterior and posterior medial cortex during non-self-referential conditions. These results provide convergingevidence for a dissociation of anterior and posterior medial cortex depending on the focus of self-relevant thought. They alsoprovide neural evidence consistent with behavioral findings that depression is associated with disruption of positively valencedthoughts in response to ambiguous cues, and difficulty disengaging from self-reflection when it is appropriate to do so.