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ID31630642Published Date2019-10-20JournalTrauma, violence & abuse, 2019-10-20
Although sexual minority couples experience intimate partner violence (IPV) similar to or higher than heterosexual couples, not much attention has been given to LGBTQ couples. Using content analysis, this integrative review seeks to examine the state of scholarly literature regarding IPV among LGBTQ+ communities in the United States. For studies to be eligible for inclusion in this review, studies were required to focus on LGBTQ+ populations within the United States, published in English, inv…
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ID31590173Published Date2019-10-07JournalActa haematologica, 2019-10-07
Thrombotic events in bleeding disorders such as hemophilia A or B, Von Willebrand disease, afibrinogenemia, factor VII deficiency, and factor XI deficiency are rare but have been reported. These events usually occur in the presence of prothrombotic risk factors such as recent surgery, trauma, or factor replacement therapy. We present a case of a 68-year-old Hispanic female with a history of factor VII deficiency who presented with shortness of breath, chest pain, and palpitations and was foun…
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ID31336143Published Date2019-10-01JournalMicrobial pathogenesis, 2019-10-01, Volume 135
The diarrheic bacterium Escherichia albertii is a recent addition to the attaching and effacing (A/E) morphotype of pathogens. A/E pathogens cause disease by tightly attaching to intestinal cells, destroying their actin-rich microvilli, and triggering re-localization and repolymerization of actin at the bacterial-host interface to form actin-filled membranous protrusions, termed A/E lesions, beneath the adherent bacterium. The locus of enterocyte effacement (LEE) is required for the biogenesi…
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ID31564429Published Date2019-09-26JournalThe Journal of pediatrics, 2019-09-26
To evaluate whether there are distinct childhood sleep problem trajectories from birth to 10-11 years and to assess associations with cumulative socio-ecological risks (child, family, context).Participants were 5107 children from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children-Birth Cohort. At birth, cumulative risk indexes were generated for birth, parenting, family, socioeconomic, and neighborhood risks. Parent-reported child sleep problems were assessed biennially from ages 0-1 to 10-11 year…
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ID31323340Published Date2019-09-01JournalJournal of health economics, 2019-09-01, Volume 67
This paper builds and estimates a dynamic choice model to examine the impact on health insurance selection of Chile's GES health care reform. This program provides guarantees in coverage and benefits to several health conditions in the context of a market where public and private health insurers co-exist. Structural differences in premiums, benefits and out-of-pocket medical costs across systems may have caused adverse selection problems. Restrictions on pre-existing conditions in the private…
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ID31292211Published Date2019-09-01JournalGenetics, 2019-09-01, Volume 213
Sleep is evolutionarily conserved, thus studying simple invertebrates such as can provide mechanistic insight into sleep with single cell resolution. A conserved pathway regulating sleep across phylogeny involves cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP), a ubiquitous second messenger that functions in neurons by activating protein kinase A. sleep in response to cellular stress caused by environmental insults [stress-induced sleep (SIS)], a model for studying sleep during sickness. SIS is control…
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ID31574722Published Date2019-08-01JournalPhysical review. E, 2019-08-01, Volume 100
Spatiotemporal dynamics of short- and long-time structural relaxation are measured experimentally as a function of packing fraction, ϕ, in quasi-two-dimensional colloidal supercooled liquids and glasses. The relaxation times associated with long-time dynamic heterogeneity and short-time intracage motion are found to be strongly correlated and to grow by orders of magnitude with increasing ϕ toward dynamic arrest. We find that clusters of fast particles on the two timescales often overlap, and…
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ID31132279Published Date2019-06-20JournalThe journal of physical chemistry. B, 2019-06-20, Volume 123
The dynamics in supercooled liquids slow enormously upon approaching the glass transition, albeit without significant change of liquid structure. This empirical observation has stimulated development of many theoretical models which attempt to elucidate microscopic mechanisms in glasses and glass precursors. Here, quasi-two-dimensional colloidal supercooled liquids and glasses are employed to experimentally test predictions of widely used models: mode coupling theory (MCT) and its important e…
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ID31610383Published Date2019-06-04JournalSleep medicine, 2019-06-04, Volume 63
To develop an age-based norm-referenced scoring system for the Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire - Revised (BISQ-R).In sum, 33,835 submissions (data sample 1) of the expanded and revised BISQ-R by caregivers of infants and toddlers (1-36 months) were analyzed in the US via a publicly-available smartphone application, Johnson's Bedtime. Three subscales were created: Infant Sleep (IS; 5 items), Parent Perception (PP; 3 items), and Parent Behavior (PB; 11 items). The scoring algorithm was based o…
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ID30961466Published Date2019-06-01JournalInternational journal of STD & AIDS, 2019-06-01, Volume 30
Organ transplantation among people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLHIV) is increasing. Guidelines recommend any changes in antiretroviral therapy (ART) prior to transplantation, but there are limited data regarding ART changes post transplantation. We report a case where an ART switch from a protease inhibitor-based regimen to dolutegravir plus emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide in a renal transplant recipient led to subtherapeutic tacrolimus concentrations and an increased serum…
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