Salmonella Typhimurium Induces Cloacitis-Like Symptoms in Zebrafish Larvae
Pathogenic Salmonella strains have a set of virulence factors allowing them to generate systemic infections and damage in a variety of hosts. Among these factors, bacterial proteins secreted by specialized ...
A Novel Biomimetic Approach to Repair Enamel Cracks/Carious Damages and to Reseal Dentinal Tubules by Amorphous Polyphosphate
Here we report the preparation and characterization of a novel biomimetic toothpaste containing morphogenetically active amorphous polyphosphate (polyP) microparticles enriched with retinyl acetate (“a-polyP/RA-MP”). The spherical microparticles (average size, 550±120 ...
Analysis and Predictability of the Hydrological Response of Mountain Catchments to Heavy Rain on Snow Events: A Case Study in the Spanish Pyrenees
From June 18 to 19, 2013, the Ésera river in the Pyrenees, Northern Spain, caused widespread damage due to flooding as a result of torrential rains and sustained snowmelt. We ...
Anaphase A: Melting Microtubules Move Chromosomes toward Spindle Poles
The separation of sister chromatids during anaphase is the culmination of mitosis and one of the most strikingly beautiful examples of cellular movement. It consists of two distinct processes: Anaphase ...
Network Analysis: A Novel Approach to Understand Suicidal Behavior
Although suicide is a major public health issue worldwide, we understand little of the onset and development of suicidal behavior. Suicidal behavior is argued to be the end result of ...
Expected Challenges Associated with Current Career Selection Tendencies of the Youth in Sapporo (Japan)
Regardless of the fact that the job availability in Japan at the highest in last 24 years but unemployment rate has remained unchanged. The tendency of the adolescents, in Sapporo ...
An Entropy-based Approach for Evaluating Travel Time Predictability Based on Vehicle Trajectory Data
With the great development of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), travel time prediction has attracted the attentions of many researchers and a large number of prediction methods have been developed. However, ...
SEM-EDX Study of the Degradation Process of Two Xenograft Materials Used in Sinus Lift Procedures
Some studies have demonstrated that in vivo degradation processes are influenced by the material’s physico-chemical properties. The present study compares two hydroxyapatites manufactured on an industrial scale, deproteinized at low ...
Surveillance of Mosquitoes for Zika Virus in Westchester County, New York
In 2015 in Brazil, Zika virus showed features of geographic expansion and potentially increased virulence. In 2016, New York State issued emergency regulations after the World Health Organization declared Zika ...
A Study of Substrate Selectivity for UDP-Glucuronosyltransferase1A8 Using the Pharmacophore Approach
UDP-glucuronosyltransferases 1A8 (UGT1A8) is an important enzyme responsible for glucuronidation of numerous xenobiotic/drugs. The objective of this study is to establish a substrate selectivity model through pharmacophore approach. 2. Thirty-six ...
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