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  • Vardas, Panos N.; Stefanescu Schmidt, Ada C.; Lou, Xiaoying; Goldstone, Andrew B.; Pattakos, Gregory; Fiedler, Amy G.; Stephens, Elizabeth H.; Tchantchaleishvili, Vakhtang (Elsevier, 2017-11)
    Background Endovascular interventions for cardiovascular pathology are becoming increasingly relevant to cardiothoracic surgery. This study assessed the perceived prevalence and efficacy of endovascular skills training ...
  • Carniol, Paul J.; Hamilton, Mark M.; Carniol, Eric T. (JAMA, 2015)
    Fractional lasers were first developed based on observations of lasers designed for hair transplantation. In 2007, ablative fractional laser resurfacing was introduced. The fractionation allowed deeper tissue penetration, ...
  • Zloto, Ofira; Wygnanski-Jaffe, Tamara; Farzavandi, Sonal K.; Gomez-de-Liaño, Rosario; Sprunger, Derek T.; Mezer, Eedy (Springer, 2018-12)
    Purpose To explore what the current worldwide preferred practice patterns of pediatric ophthalmologists are to decrease myopia progression among their patients. Methods A questionnaire was sent to all members of ...
  • Swensson, Jordan; McMahan, Lane; Rase, Ben; Tahir, Bilal (Elsevier, 2015-10)
    Purpose The advent of the diagnostic radiology core examination and the new ACGME “milestone” evaluation system for radiology residents places new emphasis on topics in MRI and CT safety, and MRI and CT contrast agents. ...
  • Shayesteh, S.; Rizkalla, M.E.; El-Sharkawy, M. (2017)
    State of the art technologies using both micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS) and wearable and Internet of Things (IoT) devices have impacted our daily lives in applications including wearable devices ...
  • Lin, Shien-Fong; Hsueh, Chia-Hsiang (Taiwan Society of Cardiology, 2013-07)
    "No one believes modeling results except the one who performed the calculation; ...everyone believes the experimental results except the one who did the measurements." P. J. Roache - Computational Physicist.
  • Kemp, William J.; Bashir, Asif; Dababneh, Haitham; Cohen-Gadol, Aaron A. (Wolters Kluwer, 2015-04)
    BACKGROUND: Brain tumors, traumatic head injury, and other intracranial processes including infections, can cause increased intracranial pressure and lead to overstimulation of the vagus nerve. As a result, increased ...
  • Aguilar, Nizeet I.; Trippel, Stephen; Shi, Shuiliang; Bonassar, Lawrence J. (Elsevier, 2017-04)
    A persistent challenge in enhancing gene therapy is the transient availability of the target gene product. This is particularly true in tissue engineering applications. The transient exposure of cells to the product could ...
  • Plichta, Jennifer K.; Holmes, Casey J.; Nienhouse, Vanessa; Puszynski, Michelle; Gao, Xiang; Dong, Qunfeng; Lin, Huaiying; Sinacore, James; Zilliox, Michael; Toh, Evelyn; Nelson, David E.; Gamelli, Richard L.; Radek, Katherine A. (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2017-06)
    OBJECTIVES: Characterization of urinary bacterial microbiome and antimicrobial peptides after burn injury to identify potential mechanisms leading to urinary tract infections and associated morbidities in burn ...
  • Plichta, Jennifer K.; Gao, Xiang; Lin, Huaiying; Dong, Qunfeng; Toh, Evelyn; Nelson, David E.; Gamelli, Richard L.; Grice, Elizabeth A.; Radek, Katherine A. (Wolters Kluwer, 2017-10)
    INTRODUCTION: The cutaneous microbiome maintains skin barrier function, regulates inflammation, and stimulates wound-healing responses. Burn injury promotes an excessive activation of the cutaneous and systemic immune ...
  • Rahnama-Moghadam, Sahand; Burgin, Callie; Gilbert, Juliana; Warren, Simon (eScholarship Publishing, University of California, 2018)
    Cutaneous collagenous vasculopathy (CCV) is a rare benign microangiopathy of the superficial dermal vessels. Clinically, it is characterized by widespread, asymptomatic development of cutaneous telangiectasia in the absence ...
  • Alomari, Ahmed K.; Brown, Noah; Andea, Aleodor; Betz, Bryan L.; Patel, Rajiv M. (Wiley, 2017)
    Cutaneous syncytial myoepithelioma is a recently described rare tumor of the dermis. It is derived and composed purely of myoepithelial cells and shows a characteristic syncytial growth pattern of neoplastic cells with ...
  • Beli, Eleni; Dominguez, James M.; Hu, Ping; Thinschmidt, Jeffrey S.; Caballero, Sergio; Calzi, Sergio Li; Luo, Defang; Shanmugam, Sumathi; Salazar, Tatiana; Duan, Yaqian; Boulton, Michael E.; Mohr, Susanna; Abcouwer, Steven F.; Saban, Daniel R.; Harrison, Jeffrey K.; Grant, Maria B. (Springer, 2016-11)
    In this study, the role of CX3CR1 in the progression of diabetic retinopathy (DR) was investigated. The retinas of wild type (WT), CX3CR1 null (CX3CR1gfp/gfp, KO) and heterozygous (CX3CR1+/gfp, Het) mice were compared in ...
  • Plotkin, Lilian I.; Speacht, Toni L.; Donahue, Henry J. (Springer-Verlag, 2015-04)
    Bone adaptation to changes in mechanical stimuli occurs by adjusting bone formation and resorption by osteoblasts and osteoclasts, to maintain optimal bone mass. Osteocytes coordinate the actions of these cells on the bone ...
  • Davis, Hannah M.; Aref, Mohammad W.; Aguilar‐Perez, Alexandra; Pacheco‐Costa, Rafael; Allen, Kimberly; Valdez, Sinai; Herrera, Carmen; Atkinson, Emily G.; Mohammad, Arwa; Lopez, David; Harris, Marie A.; Harris, Stephen E.; Allen, Matthew; Bellido, Teresita; Plotkin, Lilian I. (Wiley, 2018-02-26)
    Young, skeletally mature mice lacking Cx43 in osteocytes exhibit increased osteocyte apoptosis and decreased bone strength, resembling the phenotype of old mice. Further, the expression of Cx43 in bone decreases with age, ...
  • Leong, Yew Ann; Chen, Yaping; Ong, Hong Sheng; Wu, Di; Man, Kevin; Deleage, Claire; Minnich, Martina; Meckiff, Benjamin J.; Wei, Yunbo; Hou, Zhaohua; Zotos, Dimitra; Fenix, Kevin A.; Atnerkar, Anurag; Preston, Simon; Chipman, Jeffrey G.; Beilman, Greg J.; Allison, Cody C.; Sun, Lei; Wang, Peng; Xu, Jiawei; Toe, Jesse G.; Lu, Hao K.; Tao, Yong; Palendira, Umaimainthan; Dent, Alexander L.; Landay, Alan L.; Pellegrini, Marc; Comerford, Iain; McColl, Shaun R.; Schacker, Timothy W.; Long, Heather M.; Estes, Jacob D.; Busslinger, Meinrad; Belz, Gabrielle T.; Lewin, Sharon R.; Kallies, Axel; Yu, Di (Nature, 2016)
    During unresolved infections, some viruses escape immunological control and establish a persistant reservoir in certain cell types, such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which persists in follicular helper T cells ...
  • Chen, Yuhong; Yu, Mei; Zheng, Yongwei; Fu, Guoping; Xin, Gang; Zhu, Wen; Luo, Lan; Burns, Robert; Li, Quan-Zhen; Dent, Alexander L.; Zhu, Nan; Cui, Weiguo; Malherbe, Laurent; Wen, Renren; Wang, Demin (Springer Nature, 2019-09-27)
    Many autoimmune diseases are characterized by the production of autoantibodies. The current view is that CD4+ T follicular helper (Tfh) cells are the main subset regulating autoreactive B cells. Here we report a CXCR5+PD1+ ...
  • Pawar, Rohit; Agrawal, Yash; Joshi, Akshay; Gorrepati, Ranadheer; Raje, Rajeev R. (IEEE, 2018-05)
    Due to the proliferation of online networking, friendships and relationships - social communications have reached a whole new level. As a result of this scenario, there is an increasing evidence that social applications ...
  • Justice, Connie; Vyas, Rushabh (2017)
    The cornerstone in educating the future workforce in cybersecurity in higher education is experiential learning. Cybersecurity competitions are shown to have the potential to increase the workforce and encourage students ...
  • Tschen, Shuen-ing; Zeng, Chun; Field, Loren; Dhawan, Sangeeta; Bhushan, Anil; Georgia, Senta (Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-03)
    Diabetes results from an inadequate mass of functional β cells, due to either β cell loss caused by autoimmune destruction (type I diabetes) or β cell failure in response to insulin resistance (type II diabetes). Elucidating ...

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