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  • Predictors of Hearing Aid Use in the Advanced Digital Era: An Investigation of Benefit, Satisfaction, and Self-Efficacy. [Journal Article]
    J Am Acad Audiol 2019Jilla AM, Johnson CE, … Sanchez KR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Participants reported wearing their hearing aids an average of 12.0 h/day. Self-reported daily hearing aid use was associated with a combination of satisfaction, benefit, and increased QoL, and with RPR. The interconnectedness of satisfaction, benefit, and QoL positively affected hearing aid use, and greater levels of RPR seemed to discourage hearing aid use. If hearing aid owners are inconsistent or nonusers, then counseling and outcome measures should be used in the domains of satisfaction, benefit, and QoL. Future research should involve additional ADT hearing aid users with different experience levels across various study sites.
  • [A Case of Congenital Syphilis and Prozone Phenomenon]. [Journal Article]
    Mikrobiyol Bul 2019; 53(3):336-342Appak Ö, Manyaslı M, … Sayıner AA
  • The screening for syphilis during pregnancy is important to prevent intrauterine transmission and complications. Prozone phenomenon may cause a false negative result in non-treponemal syphilis tests, which complicates an accurate diagnosis. In this case report a newborn syphilis case was presented to emphasize the importance of reverse algorithm in diagnosis and the prozone phenomenon which can c…
  • Biogenesis of RNase P RNA from an intron requires co-assembly with cognate protein subunits. [Journal Article]
    Nucleic Acids Res 2019Palsule G, Gopalan V, Simcox A
  • RNase P RNA (RPR), the catalytic subunit of the essential RNase P ribonucleoprotein, removes the 5' leader from precursor tRNAs. The ancestral eukaryotic RPR is a Pol III transcript generated with mature termini. In the branch of the arthropod lineage that led to the insects and crustaceans, however, a new allele arose in which RPR is embedded in an intron of a Pol II transcript and requires proc…
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