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    • Acute Optic Neuropathy Associated With an Intracranial Mass in a Patient With POEMS syndrome 

      Moss, H. E.; Liu, G. T. (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2012-03)
      A 43 year old man with POEMS syndrome (polyneuropathy, organomegaly, endocrinopathy, monoclonal gammopathy and skin changes) including long standing optic disc swelling had sudden painless vision loss in the left eye. Brain ...
    • Acute respiratory distress caused by Neosartorya udagawae 

      Farrell, John J.; Kasper, Douglas J.; Taneja, Deepak; Baman, Sudhakar; O'Rourke, Lindsay M.; Lowery, Kristin S.; Sampath, Rangarajan; Bonomo, Robert A.; Peterson, Stephen W. (Elsevier, 2014-10)
      We describe the first reported case of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) attributed to Neosartorya udagawae infection. This mold grew rapidly in cultures of multiple respiratory specimens from a previously healthy ...
    • Adaptation of Saffold Virus-2 for High-Titer Growth in Mammalian Cells 

      Hertzler, Shannon; Liang, Zhiguo; Balint, Treso; Lipton, Howard L. (American Society for Microbiology, 2011-07)
      Saffold viruses (SAFV) are a recently discovered group of human Cardioviruses closely related to Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis viruses (TMEV). Unlike TMEV and encephalomyocarditis virus, each of which is monotypic, ...
    • Administration of defined microbiota is protective in a murine Salmonella infection model. 

      Martz, SL; McDonald, JA; Sun, J; Zhang, YG; Gloor, GB; Noordhof, C; He, SM; Gerbaba, TK; Blennerhassett, M; Hurlbut, DJ; Allen-Vercoe, E; Claud, EC; Petrof, EO (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11-04)
      Salmonella typhimurium is a major cause of diarrhea and causes significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, and perturbations of the gut microbiota are known to increase susceptibility to enteric infections. The purpose ...
    • Administration of defined microbiota is protective in a murine Salmonella infection model. 

      Martz, SL; McDonald, JA; Sun, J; Zhang, YG; Gloor, GB; Noordhof, C; He, SM; Gerbaba, TK; Blennerhassett, M; Hurlbut, DJ; Allen-Vercoe, E; Claud, EC; Petrof, EO (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11-04)
      Salmonella typhimurium is a major cause of diarrhea and causes significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, and perturbations of the gut microbiota are known to increase susceptibility to enteric infections. The purpose ...
    • Adolescent Use of Different E-cigarette Products 

      McMillen, Robert; Tanski, Susanne; Wilson, Karen; Klein, Jonathan, D.; Winickoff, Jonathan, P. (2018-10)
      BACKGROUND: Little is known about the characteristics of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) used by adolescents. Understanding the product landscape of adolescent e-cigarette use may inform counseling and policy ...
    • The Adult Pituitary Shows Stem/Progenitor Cell Activation in Response to Injury and Is Capable of Regeneration 

      Fu, Qiuli; Gremeaux, Lies; Luque, Raul M.; Liekens, Daisy; Chen, Jianghai; Buch, Thorsten; Waisman, Ari; Kineman, Rhonda; Vankelecom, Hugo (Endocrine Society, 2012-07)
      The pituitary gland constitutes, together with the hypothalamus, the regulatory core of the endocrine system. Whether the gland is capable of cell regeneration after injury, in particular when suffered at adult age, is ...
    • Adverse Effects of Systemic Immunosuppression in Keratolimbal Allograft 

      Krakauer, M.; Welder, J. D.; Pandya, H. K.; Nassiri, N.; Djalilian, A. R. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011-12-22)
      Purpose. Keratolimbal allograft (KLAL) is a treatment for limbal stem cell deficiency. One disadvantage is systemic immunosuppression to avoid rejection. Our purpose was to examine the adverse effects of systemic ...
    • Adverse Outcomes after Non-Chest Surgeries in Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis: A Nationwide Study. 

      Ke, CC; Lin, CS; Yeh, CC; Chung, CL; Hung, CJ; Liao, cc; Chen, TL (Public Library of Science, 2015-07-14)
      BACKGROUND: The association between pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) and postoperative outcomes remains unknown. This study investigated outcomes following non-chest surgeries in patients with previous pulmonary TB. METHODS: Using ...
    • Advocating for greater usability in clinical technologies: The role of the practicing nurse 

      Dunn Lopez, Karen; Fahey, Linda (Elsevier, 2018-06-30)
      Health care, especially ICUs, rely on multiple types of technology to promote the best patient outcomes. Unfortunately, too often these technologies are poorly designed, causing errors, additional workload, and unnecessary ...
    • African Ancestry Is Associated with Asthma Risk in African Americans 

      Flores, Carlos; Ma, Shwu-Fan; Pino-Yanes, Marı´a; Wade, Michael S.; Pe´rez-Me´ndez, Lina; Kittles, Rick A.; Wang, Deli; Papaiahgari, Srinivas; Ford, Jean G.; Kumar, Rajesh; Garcia, Joe G. N. (Public Library of Science, 2012-01)
      Background: Asthma is a common complex condition with clear racial and ethnic differences in both prevalence and severity. Asthma consultation rates, mortality, and severe symptoms are greatly increased in African descent ...
    • AID-dependent histone acetylation is detected in immunoglobulin S regions 

      Wang, Lili; Whang, Naree; Wuerffel, Robert; Kenter, Amy L. (Rockefeller University Press, 2006-01-17)
      Class switch recombination (CSR) is regulated by the expression of activation-induced deaminase ( AID) and germline transcripts (GLTs). AID-dependent double-strand breaks (DSBs) are introduced into switch ( S) regions and ...
    • Airway Neutrophil Inflammatory Phenotype In Older Asthma Subjects 

      Nyenhuis, Sharmilee M.; Schwantes, Elizabeth A.; Evans, Michael D.; Mathur, Sameer K. (Elsevier, 2010-02)
      The airway inflammation in older asthma subjects has parallels to the airway inflammation in neutrophil-predominant severe asthma. This raises the question of whether the clinical features will exhibit additional similarities.
    • AKT activation by N-cadherin regulates beta-catenin signaling and neuronal differentiation during cortical development 

      Zhang, Jianing; Shemezis, Julie R; McQuinn, Erin R; Wang, Jing; Sverdlov, Maria; Chenn, Anjen (BioMed Central, 2013-04)
      Background: During cerebral cortical development, neural precursor-precursor interactions in the ventricular zone neurogenic niche coordinate signaling pathways that regulate proliferation and differentiation. Previous ...
    • Alginate Microencapsulation of Human Islets Does Not Increase Susceptibility to Acute Hypoxia 

      Hals, I. K.; Rokstad, A. M.; Strand, B. L.; Oberholzer, J.; Grill, V. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2013-12-24)
      Islet transplantation in diabetes is hampered by the need of life-long immunosuppression. Encapsulation provides partial immunoprotection but could possibly limit oxygen supply, a factor that may enhance hypoxia-induced ...
    • All in the family: how the APPs regulate neurogenesis 

      Lazarov, Orly; Demars, Michael P. (Frontiers, 2012-06)
      Recent intriguing evidence suggests that metabolites of amyloid precursor protein(APP), mutated in familial forms of Alzheimer’s disease(AD), play critical roles indevelopmental and post natal neurogenesis. Of note is ...
    • All-Trans Retinoic Acid Induces TGF-β2 in Intestinal Epithelial Cells via RhoA- and p38α MAPK-Mediated Activation of the Transcription Factor ATF2. 

      Namachivayam, K; MohanKumar, K; Arbach, D; Jagadeeswaran, R; Jain, SK; Natarajan, V; Mehta, D; Jankov, RP; Maheshwari, A (Public Library of Science, 2015-07-30)
      OBJECTIVE: We have shown previously that preterm infants are at risk of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), an inflammatory bowel necrosis typically seen in infants born prior to 32 weeks' gestation, because of the developmental ...
    • Allergic Mastocytic Gastroenteritis and Colitis: An Unexplained Etiology in Chronic Abdominal Pain and Gastrointestinal Dysmotility 

      Patel, N. R.; Muniyappa, P. K.; Glover, S. C.; Akhavein M., A. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2012)
      Abdominal pain, bloating, early satiety, and changes in bowel habits are common presenting symptoms in individuals with functional GI disorders. Emerging data suggests that these symptoms may be associated with mast cell ...
    • Allergies, antibiotics use, and multiple sclerosis 

      Ren, JM; Ni, HJ; Kim, M; Cooley, KL; Valenzuela, RM; Asche, CV (TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2017)
      Background: The associations between allergies, antibiotics use, and multiple sclerosis (MS) remain controversial and their mediating or moderating effects have not yet been examined. We aimed to assess the direct and ...
    • Allergies, antibiotics use, and multiple sclerosis 

      Ren, JM; Ni, HJ; Kim, M; Cooley, KL; Valenzuela, RM; Asche, CV (TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2017)
      Background: The associations between allergies, antibiotics use, and multiple sclerosis (MS) remain controversial and their mediating or moderating effects have not yet been examined. We aimed to assess the direct and ...