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  • [CLIPPERS syndrome - a disorder with many faces- a case report]. [Journal Article]
    Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr 2019; 87(10):571-575Link TA, Köcher SE, … Neumann-Haefelin T
  • The CLIPPERS syndrome is a chronic, inflammatory disorder of the central nervous system of unknown etiology, which was first described in 2010 by Pittock and colleagues. It is characterized by typical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) changes with lesions mainly in the brainstem, a perivascular, lymphohistiocytic inflammatory process and significant improvement under glucocorticoid therapy. Here w…
  • YHO, an Air-Stable Ionic Hydride. [Journal Article]
    Inorg Chem 2019Zapp N, Auer H, Kohlmann H
  • Metal hydride oxides are an emerging field in solid-state research. While some lanthanide hydride oxides (LnHO) were known, YHO has only been found in thin films so far. Yttrium hydride oxide, YHO, can be synthesized as bulk samples by a reaction of Y2O3 with hydrides (YH3, CaH2), by a reaction of YH3 with CaO, or by a metathesis of YOF with LiH or NaH. X-ray and neutron powder diffraction reveal…
  • The moral economy of the pharmaceutical industry: Legitimising prices. [Journal Article]
    Health (London) 2019; :1363459319879474Busfield J
  • The practices of pharmaceutical companies have been widely criticised by researchers and investigative journalists, yet their conduct has mostly escaped significant moral opprobrium from the wider public, health professionals and governments. This article examines one reason for this by exploring the techniques companies use when seeking to justify and legitimise their conduct - legitimising tech…
  • Recent Advances in Palladium Nanoparticles-Based Hydrogen Sensors for Leak Detection. [Review]
    Sensors (Basel) 2019; 19(20)Ndaya CC, Javahiraly N, Brioude A
  • Along with the development of hydrogen as a sustainable energy carrier, it is imperative to develop very rapid and sensitive hydrogen leaks sensors due to the highly explosive and flammable character of this gas. For this purpose, palladium-based materials are being widely investigated by research teams because of the high affinity between this metal and hydrogen. Furthermore, nanostructured pall…
  • Chain Breaking Antioxidant Activity of Heavy (S, Se, Te) Chalcogens Substituted Polyphenols. [Review]
    Antioxidants (Basel) 2019; 8(10)Viglianisi C, Menichetti S
  • Polyphenols are probably the most important family of natural and synthetic chain-breaking antioxidants. Since long ago, chemists have studied how structural (bioinspired) modifications can improve the antioxidant activity of these compounds in terms of reaction rate with radical reactive oxygen species (ROS), catalytic character, multi-defence action, hydrophilicity/lipophilicity, biodistributio…
  • Platelets as Central Actors in Thrombosis-Reprising an Old Role and Defining a New Character. [Journal Article]
    Semin Thromb Hemost 2019Stevens H, McFadyen JD
  • Platelets have long been considered simple anucleate cells that rapidly adhere and aggregate at sites of vascular injury. However, recent in vivo experimental data have shed new light on the platelet response to vascular injury. These data have unexpectedly revealed that platelet thrombus formation is a highly dynamic process and yields a platelet thrombus with a distinct hierarchical structure c…
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