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ID31852374Published Date2020-07-01JournalNew Zealand veterinary journal, 2020-07-01, Volume 68
A 2-year-old Rottweiler dog from Perth (WA, Australia) was referred for assessment of a chronic productive cough and weight loss. Severely enlarged bilateral superficial cervical lymph nodes and severely enlarged abdominal organs were present. The body condition score was poor and there was moderate muscle wasting. Thoracic and abdominal computed tomography images revealed severe diffuse enlargement of thoracic and abdominal lymph nodes, hepatomegaly and diffuse splenomegaly. A diffuse bronch…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0262728020915562Published Date2020-07-01JournalSouth Asia Research, 2020-07-01, Volume 40
This article presents qualitative data from interviews conducted with female national parliamentarians and local government councillors in Bangladesh regarding barriers to women’s participation in electoral politics. The evidence suggests that a gender wall comprised of institutional, historical, socio-economic and cultural factors continues to prevent Bangladeshi women’s full participation in formal politics at both national and local levels. Since Bangladesh now operates a policy of affirma…
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ID31793056Published Date2020-07-01JournalEquine veterinary journal, 2020-07-01, Volume 52
Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) generates thoracic impedance images of the lungs and has been used to assess ventilation in horses. This technique may have application in the detection of changes in airflow associated with equine asthma.The objective was to determine if histamine-induced airflow changes observed with flowmetric plethysmography (Δflow) could also be explained using global and regional respiratory gas flow signals calculated from EIT signals.Experimental in vivo study.Six…
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ID32433150Published Date2020-07-01JournalJournal of nursing care quality, 2020-07-01, Volume 35
New graduate nurses transition with limited experience, and with anxiety and stress. They present an increased risk of contributing to preventable errors or adverse events.The purpose was to develop an understanding of new graduate registered nurses' (RNs) patient safety knowledge and actions within the first year of registration.The longitudinal mixed-methods study was conducted using a questionnaire delivered at 3 time points (n = 68). Qualitative data were collected by semistructured inter…
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ID32062577Published Date2020-06-30JournalFood chemistry, 2020-06-30, Volume 316
Molecular interactions in dough are poorly defined but affect final product usage. By monitoring changes in torque as dough is formed, we identified 80-85 °C as a gateway stage determining dough collapse during the mixing/heating process. We propose that this phenomenon is a diagnostic signature linked to integral features of dough complexes formed by some wheat varieties but not others. We found the dough at 80-85 °C was stabilized by increasing the starting bowl temperature (before a standa…
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ID32344254Published Date2020-07-16JournalInternational journal of food microbiology, 2020-07-16, Volume 325
Although a nation-wide microbiological screening program of chicken carcasses after chilling in Taiwanese chicken abattoirs has been undertaken since 2006, little is known regarding the potential sources of the Salmonella during the slaughter process. The present study provides data on the detection and serotypes of Salmonella isolated from broilers during processing and from the environment in six abattoirs in Taiwan. Overall, Salmonella were detected in 156 of 622 samples (25.1%; 95% CI: 21…
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ID32543711Published Date2020-06-16JournalBritish journal of clinical pharmacology, 2020-06-16
Immune checkpoint inhibitors have emerged as a revolutionary treatment option for patients with various types of malignancy. Although these agents afford a significant improvement in outcomes for melanoma and other previously untreatable malignancies, their novel mechanism of action may predispose patients to immune-related adverse effects (irAEs). In the tumor neoantigen environment these irAEs are due to the activation of the immune system by the blockade of suppressive checkpoints, leading…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0004944120929065Published Date2020-06-15JournalAustralian Journal of Education, 2020-06-15
The Thesis by Publication is garnering increasing interest across nations and disciplines. However, more needs to be learned about institutional and supervisory support for this thesis mode to ensure that doctoral candidates pursuing this approach enjoy the best possible outcomes. This paper draws on data from 246 recent successful doctoral candidates who took part in the 2018–2019 PhD candidates’ motivations, experiences, and opinions of the thesis by/with publications study. Findings sugges…
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ID32304706Published Date2020-06-15JournalExperimental cell research, 2020-06-15, Volume 391
A positive feedback loop between inflammatory cytokines and alpha-adrenoceptors (α-AR) (a target of the sympathetic nervous system neurotransmitter norepinephrine) influences inflammatory responses in immune cells. This cross-talk between the sympathetic nervous system and immune system may play a role in promoting chronic inflammation. Emerging evidence shows that α-AR interact with inflammatory cytokines in keratinocytes, and this epidermal adrenergic signalling may contribute to skin infla…
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ID32056539Published Date2020-06-15JournalJournal of clinical sleep medicine : JCSM : official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 2020-06-15, Volume 16
Herbal medicines are frequently used by adults with sleep difficulties. However, evidence of their efficacy is limited. Therefore, the goal of this study was to examine the sleep-enhancing effects of a standardized saffron extract (affron).This was a 28-day, parallel-group, double-blind, randomized controlled trial. Sixty-three healthy adults aged 18-70 with self-reported sleep problems were recruited and randomized to receive either saffron extract (affron; 14 mg twice daily) or a placebo. O…
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