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ID32350891Published Date2020-07-10JournalStatistics in medicine, 2020-07-10, Volume 39
Precision medicine research often searches for treatment-covariate interactions, which refers to when a treatment effect (eg, measured as a mean difference, odds ratio, hazard ratio) changes across values of a participant-level covariate (eg, age, gender, biomarker). Single trials do not usually have sufficient power to detect genuine treatment-covariate interactions, which motivate the sharing of individual participant data (IPD) from multiple trials for meta-analysis. Here, we provide stati…
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IDIEEE:9115973Published Date2020-07-15Conference2020 3rd IEEE International Conference on Soft Robotics (RoboSoft)
Soft robots offer interesting features and can be manufactured cheaply using widely available lab equipment. However, with increasing robot complexity, the manufacturing process often becomes expensive, requires sophisticated or experimental tools, highly skilled technicians and time. In this paper, we propose an alternative approach for the fabrication of soft pneumatic fiber-reinforced actuators. With the new design, a scaffolding to reinforce the actuator is printed inside a single-use mol…
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ID32276064Published Date2020-07-15JournalNeuroImage, 2020-07-15, Volume 215
Neural responses to auditory surprise are typically studied with highly unexpected, disruptive sounds. Consequently, little is known about auditory prediction in everyday contexts that are characterized by fine-grained, non-disruptive fluctuations of auditory surprise. To address this issue, we used IDyOM, a computational model of auditory expectation, to obtain continuous surprise estimates for a set of newly composed melodies. Our main goal was to assess whether the neural correlates of non…
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IDIEEE:9115984Published Date2020-07-15Conference2020 3rd IEEE International Conference on Soft Robotics (RoboSoft)
Optical sensors have recently been proposed for sensing bending, linear strains and external forces in soft actuators. However, the susceptibility of these sensors to a number of stimuli makes it difficult to comprehend the resulting data output. We address this challenge through the introduction of a low-cost flexible bending sensor based upon the abrasion of optical channels. Such sensors are responsive to bending while being insensitive to internal pressure or external forces. The develope…
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ID32217832Published Date2020-07-15JournalJournal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal, 2020-07-15, Volume 32
We report multiple magnetic phase transitions and critical behavior of the 2D charge-density wave compound TbTe studied by μSR measurements and dc magnetization measurements. Zero-field μSR has shown three magnetic transitions below 7 K. The longitudinal field measurements under 50 G has confirmed the first transition at T = 6.3 K. Scaling analysis from above T gives the critical exponent w = 0.63(5), suggesting the Ising 3D antiferromagnetic nature of the ordering, which is likely mediated b…
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ID32024435Published Date2020-07-03JournalGut microbes, 2020-07-03, Volume 11
Antimicrobials have become a mainstay of healthcare in the past century due to their activity against pathogens. More recently, it has become clear that they can also affect health via their impact on the microbiota and inflammation. This may explain some of their clinical benefits despite global increases in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and reduced antimicrobial effectiveness. We showed in a randomized controlled trial of stopping versus continuing cotrimoxazole prophylaxis among HIV-posit…
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ID32552445Published Date2020-07-17JournalJournal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A, 2020-07-17, Volume 83
Theoretically, both synthetic endocrine-disrupting chemicals (S-EDCs) and natural (exogenous and endogenous) endocrine-disrupting chemicals (N-EDCs) can interact with endocrine receptors and disturb hormonal balance. However, compared to endogenous hormones, S-EDCs are only weak partial agonists with receptor affinities several orders of magnitude lower than S-EDCs. Thus, to elicit observable effects, S-EDCs require considerably higher concentrations to attain sufficient receptor occupancy or…
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ID32343309Published Date2020-07-02JournalNucleic acids research, 2020-07-02, Volume 48
PDBMD2CD is a new web server capable of predicting circular dichroism (CD) spectra for multiple protein structures derived from molecular dynamics (MD) simulations, enabling predictions from thousands of protein atomic coordinate files (e.g. MD trajectories) and generating spectra for each of these structures provided by the user. Using MD enables exploration of systems that cannot be monitored by direct experimentation. Validation of MD-derived data from these types of trajectories can be di…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1350508420928521Published Date2020-07-02JournalOrganization, 2020-07-02
In this essay, we call upon our fellow scholars of colour to recognise the ways Business Schools are structured by white supremacy and actively de-value our knowledge and experiences. Alongside this recognition, collective action led by scholars of colour is needed to build intergenerational support systems which will be key to dismantling racialised power structures as they appear locally and transnationally. White scholars are invited to listen and learn from this call.
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IDDOI:10.1042/etls20190074Published Date2020-07-02JournalEmerging Topics in Life Sciences, 2020-07-02, Volume 4
Ecosystems are at increasing risk from the global pollination crisis. Gaining better knowledge about pollinators and their interactions with plants is an urgent need. However, conventional methods of manually recording pollinator activity in the field can be time- and cost-consuming in terms of labour. Field-deployable video recording systems have become more common in ecological studies as they enable the capture of plant-insect interactions in fine detail. Standard video recording can be ef…
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