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#1Julia Windi Gunadi (UNPAD: Padjadjaran University)
#2Vita Murniati Tarawan (UNPAD: Padjadjaran University)H-Index: 1
Last. Iwan Setiawan (UNPAD: Padjadjaran University)H-Index: 12
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Abstract Introduction Aerobic training has a beneficial effect on enhancing liver functions. Autophagy might potentially play a role in preventing excessive lipid accumulation, regulating oxidative stress, and inflammation in the liver. Objective To investigate the potential linking role of autophagy-related gene expressions and protein levels with histopathology changes in Wistar rat livers after treadmill training under different intensities. Methods 20 rats were divided into 4 groups (control...
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#1Hanan Jafar (UJ: University of Jordan)H-Index: 3
#2Maram Hasan (UJ: University of Jordan)H-Index: 1
Last. Abdalla Awidi (UJ: University of Jordan)H-Index: 15
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Abstract Long-standing foot ulcers present a great challenge in diabetes care. Platelet products have been suggested as a possible therapeutic option. However, nor the effect of an injectable form of platelet lysate on the healing of ulcers nor that on primary cells of the epidermis have been studied. In the current study, we present two cases of an ongoing clinical trial showing the positive effect of autologous platelet lysate injected perilesional. Both clinical cases treated with injections ...
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#1Cody V. Gibson (Calhoun Community College)
#2Christian A. Ventura (Bard College at Simon's Rock)
Last. George Donald Collier (Calhoun Community College)
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Abstract OBJECTIVE This study aimed to investigate available resources, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) availability, sanitation practices, institutional policies, and opinions among EMS professionals in the United States amid the COVID-19 pandemic using a self-report survey questionnaire. METHODS An online 42-question multiple choice survey was randomly distributed between April 1, 2020, and April 16, 2020 to various active Emergency Medical Services (EMS) paid personnel in all 50 U.S. stat...
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#2Kirsi PeltonenH-Index: 12
Last. Raija-Leena PunamäkiH-Index: 42
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Abstract This study investigates the protective mental health function of high emotional intelligence (EI), and cognitive skills (CS) among Ghanaian adolescents when exposed to stressful life-events and violence. It examines, first, how exposure to stressful life-events and violent experiences is associated with mental health, indicated by depressive and psychological distress symptoms, and, second, whether EI and CS could serve as possible moderators between stress, violence and mental health p...
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#1Uttam Paudel (TU: Tribhuvan University)H-Index: 1
#2Krishna Prasad Pant (KU: Kathmandu University)H-Index: 4
Abstract Background Governments have committed to eliminate malaria. But a decline in government investment in malaria interventions, particularly in developing countries such as Nepal, reveals a limited emphasis on malaria elimination that may be due to lack of strong evidence on benefits of the investment. This paper empirically analyses curative and preventive costs and benefits of Nepal's malaria elimination program from the perspectives of both service providers in the public sector and peo...
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#1G. Astrid Garzón (National University of Colombia)H-Index: 3
#2Carlos Y. Soto (National University of Colombia)H-Index: 13
Last. Luke R. Howard (UA: University of Arkansas)H-Index: 38
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Abstract Berries of Vaccinium meridionale Swartz contain a variety of phytochemicals, which are believed to account for their bioactive properties. The potential of Vaccinium meridionale Swartz pomace as a source of bioactive compounds was investigated. The dietary fiber (DF) content was assessed by the AOAC method, phenolic compounds were characterized and quantified via HPLC-PDA and UPLC-QTOF-MS. The in vitro antibacterial activity was tested against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. T...
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#1Salvatore Di DioH-Index: 1
Last. Domenico SchillaciH-Index: 1
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Abstract Cities are currently engaged through their urban policies in pushing people towards less environmentally impacting mobility modalities: therefore, cycling and walking are strongly promoted, especially by means of new and wider limited traffic and no-cars zones. In this paper, the effectiveness of the new smartphones and apps-based technologies in modifying the mobility behaviors of citizens towards more sustainable choices has been investigated. Specifically, the potential of a smartpho...
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#1Hakam W. Alomari (Miami University)
#2Vijayalakshmi Ramasamy (Miami University)H-Index: 1
Last. Geoff Potvin (FIU: Florida International University)H-Index: 9
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Abstract Despite the widespread availability and increasing use of cyberlearning environments, there remains a need for more research about their usefulness in undergraduate education, particularly in STEM education. The process of evaluating the usefulness of a cyberlearning environment is an essential measure of its success and is useful in assisting the design process and ensuring user satisfaction. Unfortunately, there are relatively few empirical studies that provide a comprehensive test of...
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#1Pablo Lenin Benitez Sellan (UNESP: Sao Paulo State University)
Last. César Rogério Pucci (UNESP: Sao Paulo State University)H-Index: 12
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Abstract Objectives The present study examined a technique for reducing dentin permeability through the application of a calcium phosphate (CaP)-based desensitiser with a laser-assisted process and evaluated adhesive-dentin bond strength. Methods: Thirty dentin discs were divided into two groups according to whether the selected desensitiser (TeethMate; Kuraray Noritake) was used prior to dentin bonding. Each group was subdivided into three subgroups (n = 5): A- Adhesive (Single Bond Universal, ...
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#2Arafat Al Mamun (DU: University of Dhaka)H-Index: 2
Last. Latiful Bari (DU: University of Dhaka)H-Index: 2
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Abstract This study demonstrated that glucose-induced proton release from yeast cells was more sensitive to various inhibitors than cell proliferation. In this study the inhibition of glucose-induced proton release was determined on the basis of color change of pH indicator, methyl red, from pH 5 to pH6 at cell density of 2.5 × 107 cells/ml. When yeast cells were incubated with the inhibitors of glucose intake, glycolysis, and plasma membrane H + -ATPase for 1 h, these cytotoxic effects were obs...
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