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  • Autosomal Recessive Alport Syndrome Unveiled by Pregnancy. [Case Reports]
    Nephron 2019; :1-5Drury ER, Stillman IE, … Denker BM
  • Alport syndrome is a hereditary disease affecting Type IV collagen characterized by hematuria, progressive renal failure, sensorineural hearing loss, and ocular abnormalities. Most cases are X-linked and involve the COL4A5 gene with a minority of patients having autosomal recessive mutations in the COL4A3 or COL4A4 genes encoding the α3(IV) or α4(IV) chain respectively. Here, we describe the case…
  • Chemical composition of cell walls in velamentous roots of epiphytic Orchidaceae. [Journal Article]
    Protoplasma 2019Joca TAC, de Oliveira DC, … Moreira ASFP
  • The chemical composition of the cell walls strongly affects water permeability and storage in root tissues. Since epiphytic orchids live in a habitat with a highly fluctuating water supply, the root cell walls are functionally important. In the present study, we used histochemistry and immunocytochemistry techniques in order to determine the composition of the cell walls of root tissues of 18 epi…
  • Are we accurately evaluating depression in patients with cancer? [Journal Article]
    Psychol Assess 2019Saracino RM, Aytürk E, … Nelson CJ
  • Depression remains poorly managed in oncology, in part because of the difficulty of reliably screening and assessing for depression in the context of medical illness. Whether somatic items really skew the ability to identify "true" depression, or represent meaningful indicators of depression, remains to be determined. This study utilized item response theory (IRT) to compare the performance of tr…
  • An Experimental Study on Bubble Collapsing Effect of Nanobubble Using Ultrasonic Wave. [Journal Article]
    J Nanosci Nanotechnol 2020; 20(1):636-642Kim M, Song S, … Han JG
  • The nanobubbles generated in water are large in non-surface aspect that allows the formation of radicals on their surface. Nanobubbles maintain high pressure inside, and are capable of Brownian motion Most of nanobubbles based research focused on the characteristic of nanobubble to maintain high pressure inside while it shrunk. High temperature was generated when bubble was collapsed by an extern…
  • Statistical learning abilities of children with dyslexia across three experimental paradigms. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(8):e0220041van Witteloostuijn M, Boersma P, … Rispens J
  • Statistical learning (SL) difficulties have been suggested to contribute to the linguistic and non-linguistic problems observed in children with dyslexia. Indeed, studies have demonstrated that children with dyslexia experience problems with SL, but the extent of the problems is unclear. We aimed to examine the performance of children with and without dyslexia across three distinct paradigms usin…
  • Collapsing Lesions and Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis in Pregnancy: A Report of 3 Cases. [Journal Article]
    Am J Kidney Dis 2019Orozco Guillén OA, Velazquez Silva RI, … Madero M
  • The relationship between focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) and pregnancy is complex and not completely elucidated. Pregnancy in patients with FSGS poses a high risk for complications, possibly due to hemodynamic factors, imbalance between angiogenic and antiangiogenic factors, and hormonal conditioning. Although poor clinical outcomes associated with collapsing FSGS are common outside of …
  • Integration to boundary in decisions between numerical sequences. [Journal Article]
    Cognition 2019; 193:104022Glickman M, Usher M
  • Integration-to-boundary is a prominent normative principle used in evidence-based decisions to explain the speed-accuracy trade-off and determine the decision-time. Despite its prominence, however, the decision boundary is not directly observed, but rather is theoretically assumed, and there is still an ongoing debate regarding its form: fixed vs. collapsing. The aim of this study is to show that…
  • A theoretical analysis of the reward rate optimality of collapsing decision criteria. [Journal Article]
    Atten Percept Psychophys 2019Boehm U, van Maanen L, … Wagenmakers EJ
  • A standard assumption of most sequential sampling models is that decision-makers rely on a decision criterion that remains constant throughout the decision process. However, several authors have recently suggested that, in order to maximize reward rates in dynamic environments, decision-makers need to rely on a decision criterion that changes over the course of the decision process. We used dynam…
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