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  • Notch signaling pathway regulates T cell dysfunction in septic patients. [Journal Article]
    Int Immunopharmacol 2019; 76:105907Jin B, Liang Y, … Liu GH
  • Sepsis disrupts innate and adaptive immune response, and immune disorders may also impact clinical course of sepsis. Notch signaling pathway plays a vital role in T cell modulation and differentiation. The aim of current study was to investigate the immunoregulatory function of Notch signaling pathway to T cells in patients with sepsis and septic shock. Twenty-seven sepsis patients, twenty-five s…
  • Relationship of Foot Strike Pattern and Landing Impacts during a Marathon. [Journal Article]
    Med Sci Sports Exerc 2019; 51(10):2073-2079Ruder M, Jamison ST, … Davis IS
  • CONCLUSIONS: RFS and MFS exhibit higher TS than FFS. In addition, RFS and MFS increase TS with speed, whereas FFS do not. These results suggest that the impact loading of MFS is more like RFS than FFS. Finally, TS, when normalized for speed, is similar between the beginning and the end of the race.
  • Liposome co-encapsulation as a strategy for the delivery of curcumin and resveratrol. [Journal Article]
    Food Funct 2019Huang M, Liang C, … Zhang Y
  • Curcumin and resveratrol are natural compounds whose strong antioxidant activities are highly beneficial in the human diet. Unfortunately, their physicochemical properties result in poor stability in their chemical and antioxidant activities, which limits their utilization in food and pharmaceutical applications. In this study, liposomal nanoencapsulation was developed as a strategy to overcome t…
  • Ultrasound in the surgical ICU: uses, abuses, and pitfalls. [Journal Article]
    Curr Opin Crit Care 2019Johnson GGRJ, Kirkpatrick AW, Gillman LM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Ultrasound in the critical care setting has become an essential component of the assessment of most ICU patients. As more evidence accumulates, along with ever-increasing availability of ultrasound technology, its use will continue to expand. It, thus, behoves clinicians to not only ensure they are adept at obtaining and interpreting POCUS images but also efficiently incorporate these skills into holistic bedside care without delaying lifesaving therapies.
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