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ID30802492Published Date2019-06-01JournalComparative biochemistry and physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology, 2019-06-01, Volume 232
Most animal cells rely on aerobic metabolism for survival and are damaged or die within minutes without oxygen. Embryos of the annual killifish Austrofundulus limnaeus, however, survive months without oxygen. Determining how their cells survive without oxygen has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of the cellular mechanisms supporting vertebrate anoxia tolerance and the evolution of such tolerance. Therefore, we aimed to establish and characterize an anoxia-tolerant cell line fr…
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Award Number1845673Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-06-01Expiration Date2024-05-31Funding Amount$245,320
The formation of a nervous system capable of integrating outside inputs, making decisions, and coordinating motor outputs is critical for a healthy life. To uncover basic principles that guide this process, this project investigates how a developmental gene in fruit flies controls their reproductive behaviors and nervous system development. The project involves the application of cutting-edge genetic and neuroscience tools to identify the behaviorally-relevant neurons and their location withi…
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Award Number1846023Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-06-01Expiration Date2024-05-31Funding Amount$98,616
Artificial intelligence has made incredible progress in the past several years. AI technology is now successfully being used in voice assistants, photo recognition technology, chatbots, search engines, and self-driving cars. While current AI is very good at matching specific patterns for specific tasks, research has shown that it cannot generalize to different tasks and has no real understanding of what it is doing. Thus, radical new directions need to be explored to achieve a truly intellige…
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ID29933330Published Date2019-05-01JournalNursing education perspectives, 2019-05-01, Volume 40
The millennial generation shows a strong preference for informatics and technology-rich educational environments. The purpose of this descriptive, qualitative study was to understand baccalaureate nursing students' perceptions of the use of Facebook as a platform to present patient case study data. After following a simulated patient on Facebook and developing a teaching plan based on data collected from the patient's Facebook page, undergraduate nursing students completed a survey to determi…
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ID30768793Published Date2019-05-01JournalJournal of clinical psychology, 2019-05-01, Volume 75
Despite research suggesting increased anxiety and depressive symptoms after a perinatal loss and during future pregnancies, little knowledge exists to guide clinicians treating pregnant women after perinatal loss. This case study explores processes that facilitated therapeutic change for a pregnant patient with major depressive disorder (MDD) and posttraumatic stress disorder after perinatal losses.The study integrated quantitative and narrative analyses in a single case derived from the pilo…
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IDIEEE:8375665Published Date2019-05-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 2019-05-01, Volume 66
Small- and medium-sized consignees (SMCs), due to the contractual nature of their manufacturing processes with their consignors, may find it difficult to innovate. Drawing on theoretical frameworks of recombinant search and absorptive capacity, we assess how the distance of technological search, technological diversity, and brand focus (the ratio of own products to consigned products) mitigate the negative effects of contract manufacturing on incremental or radical innovation. Using patent da…
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ID30985561Published Date2019-05-01JournalJournal of infusion nursing : the official publication of the Infusion Nurses Society, 2019-05-01, Volume 42
To maximize safety and the patient experience, caregivers require intensive training to administer home parenteral nutrition (HPN) before initial hospital discharge. This article provides the rationale, best practices, and a template for caregiver predischarge HPN education provided by nurses. The standardized HPN discharge curriculum is outlined over 5 didactic and hands-on sessions.
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ID30908036Published Date2019-04-16JournalEnvironmental science & technology, 2019-04-16, Volume 53
Pyrogenic carbonaceous matter (PCM) catalyzes the transformation of a range of organic pollutants by sulfide in water; however, the mediation mechanisms are not fully understood. In this study, we observed for the first time that the degradation of azo dyes by sulfide initially underwent a lag phase followed by a fast degradation phase. Interestingly, the presence of PCM only reduced the lag phase length of the azo dye decolorization but did not significantly enhance the reaction rate in the …
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ID30990485Published Date2019-04-16JournalNanoscale, 2019-04-16
Electron-phonon coupling in monolayer graphene results in a modification of its Raman spectra upon charge transfer processes induced by interaction with its chemical environment or the presence of strain or defects in its structure. Modification of Raman spectra is examined in order to develop ultra-sensitive biosensing techniques for the detection, identification, differentiation and classification of bacteria associated with infectious diseases. Specifically, the electrochemical properties …
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ID30987505Published Date2019-04-15JournalMotor control, 2019-04-15
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy was used to evaluate prefrontal cortex activation differences between older adults with multiple sclerosis (MS) and healthy older adults (HOA) during the performance of a balance- and attention-demanding motor task. Ten older adults with MS and 12 HOA underwent functional near-infrared spectroscopy recording while talking, virtual beam walking, or virtual beam walking while talking on a self-paced treadmill. The MS group demonstrated smaller increases in …
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