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PubMed ID26366476Published Date2017-04-01JournalNeuropsychological rehabilitation, 2017-04-01, Volume 27
Approximately 24% of stroke survivors experience co-occurring aphasia and hemiparesis. These individuals typically attend back-to-back therapy sessions. However, sequentially scheduled therapy may trigger physical and mental fatigue and have an adverse impact on treatment outcomes. The current study tested a hypothesis that exerting less effort during a therapy session would reduce overall fatigue and enhance functional recovery. Two stroke survivors chronically challenged by non-fluent aphas…
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PubMed ID28166897Published Date2017-04-01JournalApplied ergonomics, 2017-04-01, Volume 60
Growing interest in Total Worker Health (TWH) programs to advance worker safety, health and well-being motivated development of a toolkit to guide their implementation. Iterative design of a program toolkit occurred in which participatory ergonomics (PE) served as the primary basis to plan integrated TWH interventions in four diverse organizations. The toolkit provided start-up guides for committee formation and training, and a structured PE process for generating integrated TWH interventions…
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PubMed ID27981828Published Date2017-04-01JournalMinerva chirurgica, 2017-04-01, Volume 72
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) has the highest risk of complication of any endoscopic procedure routinely performed by gastroenterologists or surgeons. Adverse events are inevitable when performing ERCP, and one must learn to manage these appropriately when they occur. One avenue for a successful outcome after a complication of ERCP is to follow the "5R model" of management: recognize, react, reach out, repent, and revisit. Several case studies are used as examples of i…
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PubMed ID27632380Published Date2017-04-01JournalJournal of cellular biochemistry, 2017-04-01, Volume 118
The epigenetics and molecular biology of human embryonic stem cells (hES cells) have received much more attention than their architecture. We present a more complete look at hES cells by electron microscopy, with a special emphasis on the architecture of the nucleus. We propose that there is an ultrastructural signature of pluripotent human cells. hES cell nuclei lack heterochromatin, including the peripheral heterochromatin, that is common in most somatic cell types. The absence of periphera…
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PubMed ID28169472Published Date2017-04-01JournalJournal of cellular biochemistry, 2017-04-01, Volume 118
Cover: The cover image, by Jeffery Nickerson et al., is based on the Article The Ultrastructural Signature of Human Embryonic Stem Cells, DOI: 10.1002/jcb.25736.
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PubMed ID27765230Published Date2017-03-15JournalFood chemistry, 2017-03-15, Volume 219
A whey protein isolate-rhodamine B conjugate (WPI-RB) was synthesized to visualize changes in the location of a protein emulsifier in oil-in-water emulsions during digestion. An oil-soluble dye (Nile Red) was used to visualize changes in the lipid phase during digestion. Protein-labeled and lipid-labeled emulsions were passed through a simulated gastrointestinal tract consisting of mouth, stomach, and intestinal phases, and changes in protein and lipid location and morphology were monitored u…
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PubMed ID27914331Published Date2017-03-15JournalJournal of colloid and interface science, 2017-03-15, Volume 490
A considerable research effort is focused on developing effective delivery systems for hydrophobic nutraceuticals. β-carotene, a pro-vitamin A carotenoid, requires encapsulation to improve its water dispersibility and chemical stability in foods. In this study, β-carotene was encapsulated in oil-in-water nanoemulsions fabricated using high-pressure dual-channel microfluidization. Two types of natural emulsifier, quillaja saponins (Q-Naturale) and whey protein isolate (WPI), were capable of pr…
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PubMed ID27979220Published Date2017-04-15JournalFood chemistry, 2017-04-15, Volume 221
The impact of interfacial coatings comprised of polyphenol-protein-carbohydrate conjugates on the properties of nutraceutical-fortified lipid droplets during digestion was investigated. Surface-active chlorogenic acid-lactoferrin-polydextrose (CA-LF-PD) conjugate was synthesized as emulsifier to stabilize lipid droplets in β-carotene-enriched oil-in-water emulsions. Changes in droplet size, charge, and microstructure were monitored as β-carotene emulsions were passed through a simulated gastr…
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PubMed ID26427332Published Date2017-03-01JournalPsychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, 2017-03-01, Volume 27
The primary objective of this study is to engender an understanding of how therapists-in-training experience and cope with self-criticism in the context of their clinical training and therapy experiences.In this study, trainees were interviewed about their experience of self-criticism related to psychotherapy practice and these interviews were subjected to a grounded theory analysis generating a core self-critical process.The analysis highlighted the vulnerability of self-criticism in therapi…
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PubMed ID28089533Published Date2017-03-01JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2017-03-01, Volume 581-582
The sources of sediment organic matter (SOM) could be explained by various indicators. To test their biases and associations, the present study determined multiple indicators for SOM source apportionment, including elemental analysis (carbon and nitrogen, and their stable isotope δC and δN), n-alkanes compositions as well as derivative indicators (e.g., terrigenous to aquatic ratio), and carbon isotopes of n-alkane in Lake Chaohu, a eutrophic lake. The spatial variation of anthropogenic effec…