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    Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins
    Call number: 08-ALMED KAP
    Keywords: Hypertension
    Pages: ix, 482 p. : ill.
    Edition: 6th ed.
    ISBN: 068304544X
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    Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
    Call number: QP514:62(5)
    Keywords: Biochemistry ; Molecular Biology ; Biochemical Phenomena ; Biochemical Phenomena ; Genetic Processes ; Genetic Processes
    Description / Table of Contents: Protein structure and function -- Enzymes -- Biochemistry of digestion -- Glycolysis -- The tricarboxylic acid cycle, electron transport chain, and oxidative metabolism -- Glycogen metabolism -- Gluconeogenesis and the maintenance of blood glucose levels -- Miscellaneous carbohydrate metabolism -- Fatty acid metabolism -- Cholesterol metabolism and blood lipoproteins -- Ketones and other lipid derivatives -- Amino acid metabolism -- Products derived from amino acids -- Nucleotide and porphyrin metabolism -- Integrative metabolism and nutrition -- Molecular endocrinology -- DNA replication and transcription -- RNA translation and protein synthesis -- Genetics -- Biochemistry of cancer -- Techniques in biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics
    Notes: Rev. ed. of: Biochemistry and molecular biology / Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Marc J. Glucksman. 4th ed. c2007.
    Pages: xv, 379 p. : ill.
    Edition: 5th ed.
    ISBN: 9780781798754
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    Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press
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    Call number: QH506:60/241 ; A110:8
    Keywords: Cell Cycle / physiology ; Genes, cdc ; Yeasts / physiology
    Pages: xvi, 372 p. : ill., port.
    ISBN: 1588291154
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    Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press
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    Call number: QH506:60/292
    Keywords: DNA Viruses ; Genetic Techniques ; Virology / methods
    Pages: xiv, 498 p. : ill.
    ISBN: 158829353X
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    ISSN: 1439-0973
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Description / Table of Contents: Zusammenfassung Unter 346 im Rahmen einer prospektiven Studie erfaßten Patienten mit ambulant erworbener Pneumonie fanden sich 62 Fälle (17,9%), bei denenChlamydia pneumoniae als der verantwortliche Erreger identifiziert wurde. Die Studie lief über einen Zeitraum von einem Jahr am Soroka Medical Center in Beer-Sheva, Israel. Die Diagnose basierte auf dem serologischen Nachweis von anti-C. pneumoniae Antikörpern mit der MIF-Technik. Bei 43 dieser Patienten fand sich mindestens noch ein zusätzlicher Erreger (69,4%). Bei 34 Patienten wurdeStreptococcus pneumoniae isoliert (54,8%). Patienten mit einerC. pneumoniae-Infektion waren signifikant älter als Patienten, bei denenC. pneumoniae nicht der Erreger war (p=0,03), diese Patienten hatten außerdem bei Einweisung einen höheren APACHE Score (p〈0,05), häufiger positive Blutkulturen (p=0,02) und mußten länger stationär behandelt werden (p=0,022). Obwohl keine erregerspezifische Behandlung vorgenommen worden war, erholten sich 7 Patienten, die an einerC. pneumoniae Pneumonie erkrankt waren. Wir schließen aus den Daten, daßC. pneumoniae in unserer Region ein häufiger Pneumonieerreger ist, der vorwiegend ältere Personen befällt. Typischerweise besteht eine hohe Rate an Begleitinfektionen mit anderen Pneumonieerregern. Wir fanden kein spezifisches radiologisches Muster oder klinische Konstellationen, die eine Unterscheidung zwischenC. pneumoniae-Pneumonie und Pneumonien anderer Ätiologie ermöglichen würden.
    Notes: Summary In a prospective study,Chlamydia pneumoniae was identified as the etiological agent in 62 (17.9%) of 346 adult patients hospitalized over the course of one year for community-acquired pneumonia at the Soroka Medical Center in Beer-Sheva, Israel. The diagnosis ofC. pneumoniae infection was based on serological testing of antibodies by the MIF technique. In 43 of these patients (69.4%), at least one other etiological agent, in addition toC. pneumoniae for community-acquired pneumonia was identified.Streptococcus pneumoniae was identified in 34 patients withC. pneumoniae (54.8%), as an additional causative factor in infection. Community-acquired pneumonia patients withC. pneumoniae were significantly older than non-C. pneumoniae patients (p=0.03), had a higher APACHE II score on admission (p〈0.05), a higher rate of positive blood cultures (p=0.02), and longer periods of hospitalization (p=0.022). Seven patients with pureC. pneumoniae infection recovered, despite treatment which is not considered to be specific forC. pneumoniae. It was concluded thatC. pneumoniae is a common etiological agent for community-acquired pneumonia in our region, particularly in the elderly, and is characterized by a high rate of concomitant infections with other pulmonary pathogens. No specific clinical or radiological pattern was discerned that could distinguish betweenC. pneumoniae community-acquired pneumonia and non-C. pneumoniae community-acquired pneumonia.
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    ISSN: 1435-4373
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract Community-acquiredMycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia is a common disease which is usually diagnosed by serological methods. The objective of the present study was to understand the diagnostic significance and test characteristics of two different serological tests used to identify currentMycoplasma pneumoniae infection. Three hundred sixty-six patients who suffered from community-acquired pneumonia served as the study population. Six hundred ninety-four (328 paired and 38 unpaired) sera were examined for the presence of antibodies toMycoplasma pneumoniae with commercial kits based on two serological methods, microparticle agglutination and antibody-capture EIA. Agreement between the two kits was 85.2 % when individual sera were compared (Kappa=0.62) and 88.5 % when patients were compared (Kappa=0.69). The positive predictive value and the specificity for the identification of currentMycoplasma pneumoniae infection using a single acute-phase serum were 49.3 % and 86.9 %, respectively, for the microparticle agglutination method, compared to 91.3 % and 97.7 % for the antibody-capture EIA method (p〈0.001). The negative predictive value and the sensitivity were 86.3 % and 48.1 % for the microparticle agglutination, not significantly different from the corresponding values of 86.5 % and 61.2 % for the antibody-capture EIA. It is concluded that the overall agreement between the two methods tested is good, but not perfect. The methods complement each other in the identification ofMycoplasma pneumoniae as the causative agent in patients with community-acquired pneumonia.
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    Abstract: Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) latent infection is a causative co-factor for endemic Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma (NPC). NPC-associated variants have been identified in EBV-encoded nuclear antigen EBNA1. Here, we solve the X-ray crystal structure of an NPC-derived EBNA1 DNA binding domain (DBD) and show that variant amino acids are found on the surface away from the DNA binding interface. We show that NPC-derived EBNA1 is compromised for DNA replication and episome maintenance functions. Recombinant virus containing the NPC EBNA1 DBD are impaired in their ability to immortalize primary B-lymphocytes and suppress lytic transcription during early stages of B-cell infection. We identify Survivin as a host protein deficiently bound by the NPC variant of EBNA1 and show that Survivin depletion compromises EBV episome maintenance in multiple cell types. We propose that endemic variants of EBNA1 play a significant role in EBV-driven carcinogenesis by altering key regulatory interactions that destabilize latent infection.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 28077791
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    Keywords: neoplasms ; FECAL-OCCULT-BLOOD ; RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL ; SURVEILLANCE ; PREVALENCE ; colonoscopy ; RECOMMENDATIONS ; CLINICAL-PRACTICE GUIDELINES ; AMERICAN-COLLEGE ; PREVENTIVE SERVICES
    Abstract: Population-based screening for early detection and treatment of colorectal cancer (CRC) and precursor lesions, using evidence-based methods, can be effective in populations with a significant burden of the disease provided the services are of high quality. Multidisciplinary, evidence-based guidelines for quality assurance in CRC screening and diagnosis have been developed by experts in a project co-financed by the European Union. The 450-page guidelines were published in book format by the European Commission in 2010. They include 10 chapters and over 250 recommendations, individually graded according to the strength of the recommendation and the supporting evidence. Adoption of the recommendations can improve and maintain the quality and effectiveness of an entire screening process, including identification and invitation of the target population, diagnosis and management of the disease and appropriate surveillance in people with detected lesions. To make the principles, recommendations and standards in the guidelines known to a wider professional and scientific community and to facilitate their use in the scientific literature, the original content is presented in journal format in an open-access Supplement of Endoscopy. The editors have prepared the present overview to inform readers of the comprehensive scope and content of the guidelines.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 23212726
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    Keywords: EXPRESSION ; IN-VIVO ; MODEL ; SITES ; STEM-CELLS ; SAFETY ; INTEGRATION ; INFUSION ; LENTIVIRAL VECTOR ; ENHANCE
    Abstract: "Ex vivo" regional gene therapy using lentiviral (LV) vectors to over-express bone morphogenetic protein 2 (BMP-2) is an effective way to enhance bone healing in animal models. Here, we evaluated two different "ex vivo" approaches using either "same day" rat bone marrow cells (SDRBMCs) or cultured rat bone marrow cells (C-RBMCs), both transduced with a LV based two-step transcriptional activation system overexpressing GFP (LV-TSTA-EGFP), to assess the fate of the transduced cells and the safety of this approach. The transduced cells were implanted in femoral defects of syngeneic rats. Animals were sacrificed at 4, 14, 28 and 56 days after surgery (n=5 per group). Viral copies were detectable in the defect site of SD-RBMC group and gradually declined at 8w (5 log decrease compared to 4d). In the C-RBMC animals, there was a 2-4 log decline in the viral copy numbers at 2w and 4w, but at 8w there was a relative rise (about 100 fold) in the number of the viral vectors in the defect site of 4 (out of 5) animals compared to the previous time points. For both gene transfer approaches, the pattern of tissue distribution was non-specific and no histological abnormalities were noted in either group. In summary, we demonstrated that the LV-TSTA transduced cells remain in the defect site for at least 56 days, though the numbers decreased over time. There were no consistent findings of viral copies in internal organs which is encouraging with respect to the development of this strategy for use in humans.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 26264707
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