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  • Changes in Corneal Detection Thresholds After Repeated Tear Film Instability. [Journal Article]
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019; 60(13):4234-4240Awisi-Gyau D, Begley CG, … Simpson TL
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study, tear breakup during STARE trials was associated with discomfort, which when repeated, resulted in increased symptoms of ocular discomfort and alterations of mechanical sensory thresholds after 30 minutes. These results suggest that tear film instability, which is thought to occur repeatedly during normal blinking among dry eye patients over the day, can produce neurosensory alterations.
  • Effect of host genotype and Eimeria acervulina infection on the metabolome of meat-type chickens. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(10):e0223417Aggrey SE, Milfort MC, … Rekaya R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Serum metabolome of two chicken genotypes infected with E. acervulina demonstrated significant changes that were treatment-, time post-infection- and genotype-dependent. Distinct metabolic signatures were identified in fatty acid, nucleotide, inflammation and oxidative stress biochemicals. Significant microbial associated product alterations are likely to be associated with malabsorption of nutrients during infection.
  • An augmented estimation procedure for EHR-based association studies accounting for differential misclassification. [Journal Article]
    J Am Med Inform Assoc 2019Tong J, Huang J, … Chen Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our simulation studies and real data application demonstrate that, compared to the estimator using validation data only, the augmented estimator has lower variance (ie, higher statistical efficiency). Compared to the estimator using error-prone EHR-derived phenotypes, the augmented estimator has smaller bias.The proposed estimator can effectively combine an error-prone phenotype with gold-standard data from a limited chart review in order to improve analyses of risk factors using EHR data.
  • Physiological Demands of Trampolining at Different Intensities. [Journal Article]
    Res Q Exerc Sport 2019; :1-6Draper N, Clement T, Alexander K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results from our study indicated that while significant differences do occur between running and trampolining for a given intensity, the trendline associated with each of the variables is similar. Therefore, monitoring the intensity of the session based the percentage of the participant's maximum heart rate, which is commonly used in running, may also be applied to trampolining.
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