Monthly Archives: October 2020

Approximately half were intravesical and vesicoureteral reflux wa

Approximately half were intravesical and vesicoureteral reflux was the primary indication for surgery. In the excision group 82% of ureteroceles were previously punctured but only 50% were punctured in the marsupialization group (p = 0.09). Postoperatively the groups did not … Continue reading

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The transport parameters of the layers of the model were obtained

The transport parameters of the layers of the model were obtained from the hydrodynamic theory, the stochastic theory, and from the literature. The results showed that the increase in the thickness of the EGL could lead to a sharp drop … Continue reading

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Upon TCR activation, there was recruitment of NF-kappa B to the p

Upon TCR activation, there was recruitment of NF-kappa B to the promoter and conversion of heterochromatin structures present on the latent provirus to active euchromatin structures containing acetylated histones. Surprisingly, latently infected primary cells cannot be induced by tumor necrosis … Continue reading

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This ‘photosynthetic solar energy conversion efficiency’ sets an

This ‘photosynthetic solar energy conversion efficiency’ sets an upper limit on the potential of algal-derived biofuels. In this review, we outline photosynthetic molecular targets that could be manipulated to increase the efficiency and yield of algal biofuel production. We also … Continue reading

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The), were followed during the pregnancy by duplex scanning at 3,

The), were followed during the pregnancy by duplex scanning at 3, 6, and 8 months, and then I month after delivery. Results: Eight pregnancies occurred in 6 patients (mean age 26.5 years) who had a patent self-expanding stent (1 patient … Continue reading

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Here we provide evidence that the neutralizing antihexon monoclon

Here we provide evidence that the neutralizing antihexon monoclonal antibody 9C12 inhibits adenovirus infection by blocking microtubule-dependent translocation of the virus to the microtubule-organizing center following endosome penetration. These studies identify a previously undescribed mechanism by which neutralizing antibodies block … Continue reading

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(c) 2008 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.”“Real-time RT-PCR and Northern blot are employed for the measurement of HCV RNA but suffer from multiple purification steps, high cost, and relatively large variability. In this study, a hybridization method for HCV … Continue reading

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We characterized these varicosities by exploring the occurrence o

We characterized these varicosities by exploring the occurrence of synaptophysin-like immunoreactivity (Syn), a marker of small clear vesicles, and synaptotagmin-like immunoreactivity (Syt), a preferential marker of large dense core vesicles. We found that (i) VAChT and mENK, like ChAT-mENK, were … Continue reading

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The impact of positive surgical margins was dependent on risk gro

The impact of positive surgical margins was dependent on risk group. Biochemical progression-free survival was 99.6% for the negative surgical margin group vs 94.9% for the positive surgical margin group in low risk disease (log rank p = 0.53), 93.5% … Continue reading

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Initial bladder capacity predicts the resolution of reflux “

Initial bladder capacity predicts the resolution of reflux.”“Purpose: Results from our previous study demonstrated a high predictive value using ultrasound bladder measurements to identify abnormal bladder function in children with enuresis or urinary tract infection. We prospectively evaluated the role … Continue reading

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