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  • Osteocalcin and its forms across the lifespan in adult men. [Journal Article]
    Bone 2019; :115085Smith C, Voisin S, … Levinger I
  • CONCLUSIONS: We have defined normal reference ranges for the OC forms in Australian men and demonstrated that the OC ratios may be better measures, than the absolute values, to identify the age-related changes on OC in men. These ratios may be incorporated into future research and clinical trials, and their associations with prediction of events, such as fracture or diabetes risk, should be determined.
  • Synthesis and anti-tyrosinase mechanism of the substituted vanillyl cinnamate analogues. [Journal Article]
    Bioorg Chem 2019; 93:103316Zhao Z, Liu G, … Zheng X
  • This study aimed to synthesize and screen tyrosinase inhibitors for delay fruit browning. A series of vanillyl cinnamate analogues were designed and synthesized by simple processes, and the inhibitory effects of all the synthesized derivatives on mushroom tyrosinase were evaluated. In the enzymatic activity test, compounds 21, 22, and 26 had significant (P < 0.05) effect on mushroom tyrosinase at…
  • Prevalence and Predictability of Low-Yield Inpatient Laboratory Diagnostic Tests. [Journal Article]
    JAMA Netw Open 2019; 2(9):e1910967Xu S, Hom J, … Chen JH
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest that low-yield diagnostic testing is common and can be systematically identified through data-driven methods and patient context-aware predictions. Implementing machine learning models appear to be able to quantify the level of uncertainty and expected information gained from diagnostic tests explicitly, with the potential to encourage useful testing and discourage low-value testing that incurs direct costs and indirect harms.
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