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  • Ten year challenge with Ponseti method for clubfoot: our experience. [Journal Article]
    Acta Biomed 2019; 90(12-S):127-130Dibello D, Colin G, … Di Carlo V
  • Equino-varus-adducted-supinated, also known as clubfoot, is the most frequent congenital malformation of the foot. Scientific evidences of the last decades has definitively confirmed the efficacy of the non-invasive Ponseti Technique, which is based on manipulation, plaster casts, percutaneous achillean tenotomy and stabilization of the foot using a brace. The aim of the article is to describe th…
  • Hydroxyl-assisted phosphorene stabilization with robust device performances. [Journal Article]
    Nano Lett 2019Yan S, Song H, … Yao J
  • Phosphorene (few-layer black phosphorus) has been widely investigated for its unique optical and electronic properties. However, it is challenging to synthesize and process stable phosphorene as it degrades rapidly upon exposure to oxygen and moisture under ambient conditions, which has limited its use in practical applications. Herein, we propose an alkali-assisted stabilization process to produ…
  • Symmetry in Multiple Self-Consistent-Field Solutions of Transition-Metal Complexes. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Theory Comput 2019Huynh BC, Thom AJW
  • We use a method based on metadynamics to locate multiple low-energy Unrestricted Hartree-Fock (UHF) self-consistent-field (SCF) solutions of two model octahedral d1 and d2 transition-metal complexes, [MF6]3- (M = Ti, V). By giving a group-theoretical definition of symmetry breaking, we classify these solutions in the framework of representation theory and observe that a number of them break spin …
  • Binding and Reactivity of Copper to R1 and R3 Fragments of tau Protein. [Journal Article]
    Inorg Chem 2019Bacchella C, Gentili S, … Dell'Acqua S
  • Tau protein is present in significant amounts in neurons, where it contributes to the stabilization of microtubules. Insoluble neurofibrillary tangles of tau are associated with several neurological disorders known as tauopathies, among which is Alzheimer's disease. In neurons, tau binds tubulin through its microtubule binding domain which comprises four imperfect repeats (R1-R4). The histidine r…
  • Cortical Bone Trajectory Screws for Fixation Across the Cervicothoracic Junction: Surgical Technique and Outcomes. [Journal Article]
    Global Spine J 2019; 9(8):859-865Obeidat M, Tan Z, Finkelstein JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of CBT technique has not been described for the upper thoracic spine. This technique avoids many technical problems associated with posterior instrumentation of the CTJ. The facility of their use in this application arises from the similar coronal plane entry points as the cervical lateral mass screws compared with the more lateral starting point of traditional thoracic pedicle screws. The technique has clinical equipoise to traditional thoracic pedicle screw insertion but with the benefits of an easier ability to perform the instrumentation and saving levels of fusion.
  • Prohibitin levels regulate OMA1 activity and turnover in neurons. [Journal Article]
    Cell Death Differ 2019Anderson CJ, Kahl A, … Iadecola C
  • The GTPase OPA1 and the AAA-protease OMA1 serve well-established roles in mitochondrial stress responses and mitochondria-initiated cell death. In addition to its role in mitochondrial membrane fusion, cristae structure, and bioenergetic function, OPA1 controls apoptosis by sequestering cytochrome c (cyt c) in mitochondrial cristae. Cleavage of functional long OPA1 (L-OPA1) isoforms by OMA1 inact…
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