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ID32433885Published Date2020-05-20JournalOrganic letters, 2020-05-20
Waikikiamides A-C (-), structurally complex diketopiperazine derivatives, and putative biogenic precursors, (+)-semivioxanthin (), notoamide F (), and (-)-notoamide A (), were isolated from sp. FM242. and , bearing a hendecacyclic ring system, represent a novel skeleton. features the first unique heterodimer of two notoamide analogs with an N-O-C bridge. Compounds and exhibit antiproliferative activity with IC values in the range of 0.56 to 1.86 μM. The gene clusters mined from the sequenced …
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ID32227294Published Date2020-05-15JournalNeurocritical care, 2020-05-15
Acute treatment of cerebral edema and elevated intracranial pressure is a common issue in patients with neurological injury. Practical recommendations regarding selection and monitoring of therapies for initial management of cerebral edema for optimal efficacy and safety are generally lacking. This guideline evaluates the role of hyperosmolar agents (mannitol, HTS), corticosteroids, and selected non-pharmacologic therapies in the acute treatment of cerebral edema. Clinicians must be able to s…
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Project Number5R25GM113747-05Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2020-04-01Expiration Date2021-03-31Funding Amount$385,357
? DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Native Hawai`ians (NH) and Pacific Islanders (PI) are at risk for high rates of obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure in addition to increasing rate of alcohol and substance use, and domestic violence. There is an urgent need for biomedical research to address these health issues which can effectively be done from within the community rather than from outside. Training NH/PI students in biomedical and behavioral sciences (BBS) research is the key to…
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ID31418921Published Date2020-04-01JournalConservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology, 2020-04-01, Volume 34
Conservation across human-dominated landscapes requires an understanding of the social and ecological factors driving outcomes. Studies that link conservation outcomes to social and ecological factors have examined temporally static patterns. However, there may be different social and ecological processes driving increases and decreases in conservation outcomes that can only be revealed through temporal analyses. Through a case study of the invasion of Falcataria moluccana in Hawaii, we exami…
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ID31927459Published Date2020-04-01JournalBioresource technology, 2020-04-01, Volume 301
This study examined the use of biochar to alleviate sulfide toxicity to methane producing archaea (MPA) and sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) during anaerobic treatment of sulfate-rich wastewater with concomitant sulfur recovery. At the sulfate concentration of 6000 mg SO/L, the dissolved sulfide (DS) of 131 mg S/L resulted in total volatile fatty acids concentration of 3500 mg/L as acetic acid (HAc) and the reactors were on the verge of failure. Biochar removed >98% of HS, 94% of DS, and 89% o…
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ID32088780Published Date2020-02-22JournalWorld journal of microbiology & biotechnology, 2020-02-22, Volume 36
Saline wastewaters are usually generated by various industries, including the chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural, and aquacultural industries. The discharge of untreated high-salinity wastewater may cause serious environmental pollution and damage the aquatic, terrestrial, and wetland ecosystems. For many countries, the treatment of saline wastewater has become an important task. Generally, saline wastewaters are treated through physical and chemical methods. However, these traditional te…
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ID31958131Published Date2020-02-05JournalThe Journal of heredity, 2020-02-05, Volume 111
Adaptive radiation plays a fundamental role in our understanding of the evolutionary process. However, the concept has provoked strong and differing opinions concerning its definition and nature among researchers studying a wide diversity of systems. Here, we take a broad view of what constitutes an adaptive radiation, and seek to find commonalities among disparate examples, ranging from plants to invertebrate and vertebrate animals, and remote islands to lakes and continents, to better under…
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ID31759868Published Date2020-02-01JournalBiological psychiatry. Cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging, 2020-02-01, Volume 5
Aberrant emotion processing is a hallmark of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with neurobiological models suggesting both heightened neural reactivity and diminished habituation to aversive stimuli. However, empirical work suggests that these response patterns may be specific to subsets of those with PTSD. This study investigates the unique contributions of PTSD symptom clusters (re-experiencing, avoidance and numbing, and hyperarousal) to neural reactivity and habituation to negative st…
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ID31502853Published Date2020-01-01JournalAssay and drug development technologies, 2020-01-01, Volume 18
Capsanthin, like other carotenoids, exhibits poor aqueous solubility, poor stability, and low/variable oral bioavailability that limit its utility as a nutraceutical. In this study, we describe the development of anhydrous nanoemulsion preconcentrate of capsanthin, which upon dilution with water, spontaneously forms nanoemulsion resulting in improved solubility of capsanthin without compromising its chemical stability and antioxidant activity. We chose Food and Drug Administration-approved in…
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ID31295084Published Date2020-01-01JournalJournal of wildlife diseases, 2020-01-01, Volume 56
The rat lungworm () has emerged as an important human and animal health concern in Hawaii, US. Although the life cycle of the parasite requires both rat and gastropod hosts, other animals acting as paratenic hosts, such as frogs and centipedes, have been identified as sources of infection. We investigated the occurrence of rat lungworm infections in potential paratenic hosts in Hawaii to provide information on how they might be involved in transmission of angiostrongyliasis. We confirmed the …
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