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The sensitivity and specificity of the currently used DD cutoff 0. Shifting the cutoff value from 0. Conclusions: Our results suggest a significant deficiency in the institutional DD cutoff point with the need to find a better threshold through a large multicenter prospective trial to minimize unnecessary CTPA scans and to improve patient safety.

Combination of arginine, glutamine, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements for perioperative enteral nutrition in surgical patients with gastric adenocarcinoma or gastrointestinal stromal tumor GIST : A prospective, randomized, double-blind study p. In this study, perioperative EN enriched with immune-modulating nutrients such as arginine, glutamine, and omega-3 fatty acids was evaluated for its anti-inflammatory efficacy in patients with gastric adenocarcinoma or gastrointestinal stromal tumor GIST receiving curative surgery.

Materials and Methods: This prospective, randomized, double-blind study recruited 34 patients with gastric adenocarcinoma or gastric GIST undergoing elective curative surgery. These patients were randomly assigned to the study group, receiving immune-modulating nutrient-enriched EN, or the control group, receiving standard EN from 3 days before surgery preoperative day 3 to up to postoperative day 14 or discharge.

Laboratory and inflammatory parameters were assessed on preoperative day 3 and postoperative day 14 or at discharge. Adverse events AEs and clinical outcomes were documented daily and compared between groups. Results: No significant differences were observed between the two groups in selected laboratory and inflammatory parameters, or in their net change, before and after treatment.

Conclusion: Immune-modulating nutrient-enriched EN had no prominent immunomodulation effect compared with that of standard EN.

We report an year old female who presented with acute complaints of high grade fever, pain in the left thigh and inability to walk and breathlessness since 6 days.

On physical examination, there was a diffuse tender swelling of the left thigh, tachypnea, tachycardia with hyperdynamic precordium and bilateral basal crepitations. Ultrasonography and venous doppler of lower limbs showed mild effusion of left hip joint and thrombus in the left common femoral vein and left external iliac vein suggesting a diagnosis of septic arthritis with thrombophlebitis.

The tachypnea and tachycardia which was out of proportion to fever and crepitations on auscultation prompted suspicion of an embolic phenomenon. Radiograph of the chest revealed multiple wedge shaped opacities in the right middle zone and lower zone suggestive of pulmonary embolism and left lower zone consolidation.

For corroboration, computed tomography pulmonary angiography and computed tomography of abdomen was performed which showed pulmonary thromboembolism and deep venous thrombosis extending up to infrarenal inferior vena cava.

On further workup, magnetic resonance imaging of hips showed left femoral osteomyelitis and multiple intramuscular abscesses in the muscles around the hip joint. Blood culture grew methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Antibiotics were changed according to culture sensitivity and there was a dramatic response. All structural figures were prepared using PyMOL software version 1.

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R12C, p. L68P, p. AG, p. RC, or p. QR, were predicted using the in silico algorithm in I-Mutant 2. I-Mutant 2. All mice used for experiments in the present study were obtained by mating heterozygotes HT x HT. The mice were fed ad libitum under h light-dark cycles, and 2—6 mice were grouped in each cage. After incubation with Alexa secondary antibody , Jackson ImmunoResearch at room temperature for 1 h, sections were washed three times for 10 min in PBST.

Brain sections were mounted with DAPI mounting medium. Behavioral Assays Behavioral analyses were performed during light-off periods on male 2—4-month-old male or female mice in their home cages. WT and mutant littermates partly pairs from several mother mice were used to form a cohort. All mice were handled for 10 min per day for 3 days by experienced researchers prior to behavioral experiments. Mouse behavioral assays were performed in the following order: Laboras monitoring of h movements, open-field test, novel-object—recognition test, repetitive behaviors, three-chamber social-interaction test, elevated plus-maze EPM test, light-dark test, courtship adult ultrasonic vocalization USV , and contextual fear conditioning.

Mice without habitation to the behavioral booth or Laboras cages were put into Laboras cages where recordings were conducted for 96 consecutive hours. Laboras results were not validated by manual analyses because similar Laboras validations have been reported Van de Weerd et al. Open-Field Test The open-field test was performed as described previously Gould et al.

Briefly, after 1-h habituation in the white acryl chamber 1 day before the experimental day, the subject mouse was allowed to explore two objects of the same shape and material placed symmetrically in the center of the chamber for 10 min.

Twenty-four hour later, one object was replaced by a novel object, and the subject mouse was allowed to explore the two objects one novel and the other familiar for 10 min. Exploration was defined as events in which the mouse sniffs the object within 1 cm distance or climbs up the object. Time spent in sniffing each object was analyzed by EthoVision XT 10 Noldus using the movies from the first 5 min to minimize saturation effects.

Repetitive Behaviors Autism-relevant repetitive behaviors Silverman et al.

Time spent in digging and self-grooming during the min session from a single recording was measured manually in a blind manner. Digging was defined as a mouse uses its head or forelimbs to dig out beddings.

Self-grooming was defined as a mouse stroking or scratching its face or body area, or licking its body. Three-Chamber Social Interaction Test The three-chamber test, known to measure social approach and social novelty-recognition behavior Moy et al.

Briefly, the subject mice were isolated for 4 days before this assay. Two empty containers were located in the corner of left and right chamber but not the center chamber. This assay consisted of three sessions.

First, the subjects were allowed to freely explore all three chambers for 10 min. Second, the subject mouse was allowed to explore the containers with a stranger 1 S1 or a novel object O for 10 min. Finally, the novel object was replaced with a stranger 2 S2 , and the subject mouse was allowed to explore S1 and S2 for 10 min. During the interval between each session, the subject was gently guided to the center chamber and the two entrances were blocked.

Light conditions were lux for open arms and 20 lux for closed arms. A subject mouse was gently introduced into the center zone and allowed to move freely the open and closed arms for 8 min.

Direct Social Interaction Test Direct social interaction test was performed as described previously Chung et al. Mice, which were isolated in their home cage for 4 days, were used in this assay.

On the day for experiments, two mice in the same genotype that never met each other previously were put into the habituated box and allowed to freely interact each other for 10 min while all behaviors were recorded.

Time spent in interaction such as nose-to-nose sniffing, following, nose-to-tail sniffing, and other interactions such as body contacts and huddling were measured manually in a blind manner. Courtship Adult Ultrasonic Vocalization Courtship ultrasonic vocalizations Portfors, was measured as follows. Male adult subject mice were socially isolated in their home cages for 4 days to allow them to recognize the cage as their own territory.

Female adult stranger mice were group-caged prior to these experiments on the assumption that group housing might synchronize female cycles.

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A subject male mouse was habituated to a novel test cage for 5 min while recording its basal vocalizations in the absence of a female stranger. Because courtship USVs in the context of male-female encounters are mainly produced by males Maggio and Whitney, ; Egnor and Seagraves, , USVs were not categorized as arising from male or female mice.

The fear conditioning test consisted of two sessions performed on consecutive days. On day 1, subject mice were introduced to the conditioning box and allowed to freely explore the environment for s, and then received a series of 0. After the last shock the mice were left in the box for an additional s, making the total experimental time 12 min. On day 2, the mice were placed in the same conditioning box and allowed to freely explore for 10 min without any stimuli, and the freezing levels of the mice on the test day day 2 were quantified for the first 3 min.

These mice, which were tested for h fear memory, were exposed to the same context for 5 min to measure fear extinction every day during the following 7 days days 3—9. All freezing behaviors were recorded and analyzed using FreezeFrame software Coulbourn Instruments. Hot Plate Test Hot plate test was performed as previously described Ankier, with minor modifications.

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The von Frey test apparatus consisted of a wire floor grid and a clear observation arena with aerated lids Stoelting Co. A subject mouse was gently introduced in the observation arena and habituated for 1 h until the activity levels become low. Beginning with the left hind paw, stimuli of von Frey filaments Stoelting Co.

The initial stimulus started with a von Frey filament with 0. When there is a withdrawal response, the strength of the stimulus was gradually decreased to lower bending forces 0.

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The minimum threshold required to induce a withdrawal response for left and right paws was recorded. A withdrawal response is defined as the mouse lifting up their hind paws when a filament is pushed with increasing pressure until it bends.Reversible oxidation of the active site cysteine of peroxiredoxins to cysteine sulfinic acid: immunoblot detection with antibodies specific for the hyperoxidized cysteine-containing sequence.

Including Vidya Balan's Portfolio Pics However, few studies have been attempted to examine the trafficking and degradation of the Prx protein. In addition, the QR mutation has stronger influences on excitatory synapses, as compared with other Shank3 mutations such as R12C and RC Durand et al. This result indirectly suggests that Prx functions as a consistent and stable protein for cellular homeostasis, cellular protection, and the maintenance of the signal transduction system.

Given that Shank proteins are mainly present at excitatory, but not inhibitory, synapses Boeckers et al.

Our study has several limitations. In addition, brain growth alterations are observed in patients with ASD throughout life [ 6 — 9 ].

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Scale bar, 1 mm. These conflicting results might, in part, be explained by the localization of the mutation on the Shank3 gene that induces specific alterations on one of the six domains for protein-protein interactions [ 46 ].