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ID31904360Published Date2020-07-01JournalHormones and behavior, 2020-07-01, Volume 123
Transient shifts in testosterone occur during competition and are thought to positively influence dominance behavior aimed at enhancing social status. However, individual differences in testosterone reactivity to status contests have not been well-studied in relation to real-time expressions of competitive behavior among men and women. This research tests the association between changes in endogenous testosterone levels during competition and performance in terms of competitive endurance. Par…
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IDDOI:10.7717/peerj.9417Published Date2020-07-01JournalPeerJ, 2020-07-01, Volume 8
Background Because the French grunt, Haemulon flavolineatum, is an ecologically important reef fish prized by both recreational anglers and public aquariums, the wild population requires limits on harvests. Yet, the environmental conditions conducive for French grunt spawning in aquarium settings is not well understood. Therefore, the goal of this study was to document the conditions leading to voluntary spawning and the number of eggs produced by French grunts without the use of hormones or …
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ID32564164Published Date2020-06-20JournalAIDS and behavior, 2020-06-20
Research has shown that HIV-related stigma contributes to people living with HIV having a higher risk of mental health disorders. Our study examines the association between enacted HIV-related stigma and symptoms of anxiety and depression among PLWH. We used baseline data from 932 PLWH collected from the Florida Cohort study between 2014 and 2018. The sample was majority 45 + years of age (63.5%), male (66.0%), and Black (58.1%). The majority had previously experienced enacted HIV-related sti…
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ID32460517Published Date2020-05-28JournalAIDS care, 2020-05-28
The study objective was to classify women with newly diagnosed HIV into patterns of retention in care (≥2 HIV care visits ≥3 months apart) and viral suppression over time and identify factors associated with class membership. Florida HIV/AIDS surveillance data were used to conduct Latent Class Analysis to classify women into patterns, and multinomial regression was used to compare the prevalence of class membership by demographic and clinical factors. Four classes were selected based on model…
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ID32404424Published Date2020-05-26JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020-05-26, Volume 117
As the primary decomposers of organic material in terrestrial ecosystems, fungi are critical agents of the global carbon cycle. Yet our ability to link fungal community composition to ecosystem functioning is constrained by a limited understanding of the factors accounting for different wood decomposition rates among fungi. Here we examine which traits best explain fungal decomposition ability by combining detailed trait-based assays on 34 saprotrophic fungi from across North America in the l…
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ID32198012Published Date2020-05-15JournalAnalytical biochemistry, 2020-05-15, Volume 597
NMR is one of the most important platforms for metabolomic studies. Though 2D NMR has been applied in metabolomics, most applications have mainly focused on metabolite identification whilst limitations causing a bottle-neck for applying high-throughput 2D NMR data for quantity related statistical analysis lies on the data interpretation methods. In this study, instead of using the traditional methods of calculating the 2D NMR data to search for the important features, a new procedure, which a…
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IDDOI:10.1163/19585705-12341402Published Date2020-05-07JournalStudia Islamica, 2020-05-07, Volume 114
Abstract Following the foundation of Baghdad by Caliph al-Manṣūr (r. 136-158/754-775) in 145/762, the neighbourhood of al-Karkh attracted many Imāmī scholars, becoming the centre of the Imāmī wikāla (network of deputies of the Imām) in the late 3rd/9th century, and then the heart of the Imāmī ḥawza (seminary) and the rationalist school of theology which developed under the Būyids (333-447/945-1055). Al-Karkh also became the centre of a popular movement of Imāmī-Shīʿa; from the Būyid period on…
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ID32334004Published Date2020-04-23JournalAmerican journal of infection control, 2020-04-23
Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) is an urgent public health threat globally. Limited data are available regarding the epidemiology of CRE in South Florida. We describe the epidemiology of CRE within a large public healthcare system in Miami, FL, the experience with an internal registry, active surveillance testing, and the impact of infection prevention practices.Retrospective cohort study in 4 hospitals from a large healthcare system in Miami-Dade County, FL from 2012 to 2016. T…
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ID32296072Published Date2020-04-15JournalScientific reports, 2020-04-15, Volume 10
Despite over seven decades of production and hundreds of oil spills per year, there were no comprehensive baselines for petroleum contamination in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) prior to this study. Subsequent to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (DWH) spill, we implemented Gulf-wide fish surveys extending over seven years (2011-2018). A total of 2,503 fishes, comprised of 91 species, were sampled from 359 locations and evaluated for biliary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) concentrations. The northe…
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ID32324484Published Date2020-04-01JournalAIDS patient care and STDs, 2020-04-01, Volume 34
Identifying people with HIV infection (PHIV), who are at risk of not achieving viral suppression, is important for designing targeted intervention. The aim of this study was to develop and test a risk prediction tool for PHIV who are at risk of not achieving viral suppression after a year of being in care. We used retrospective data to develop an integer-based scoring method using backward stepwise logistic regression. We also developed risk score categories based on the quartiles of the tota…
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