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  • Oestrus synchronisation and superovulation alter the cervicovaginal mucus proteome of the ewe. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Proteomics 2017 Jan 15
  • Maddison JW, Rickard JP, … de Graaf SP
  • CONCLUSIONS: This manuscript is the first to detail the proteome of ovine cervicovaginal mucus using qualitative and quantitative proteomic methods over the oestrous cycle in naturally cycling ewes, and also after application of common oestrus synchronisation and superovulation practices. The investigation of the mucus proteome throughout both the follicular and luteal periods of the oestrous cycle, and also after oestrous synchronisation and superovulation provides information about the endocrine control and the effects that exogenous hormones have on protein expression in the female reproductive tract. This information contributes to the field by providing important information on the changes that occur to the cervicovaginal mucus proteome after use of exogenous hormones in controlled breeding programs, which are commonly used on farm and also in a research setting.
  • Characterization of human and Staphylococcus aureus proteins in respiratory mucosa by in vivo- and immunoproteomics. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Proteomics 2017 Jan 15
  • Schmidt F, Meyer T, … Völker U
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study, we used high resolution mass spectrometry to identify S. aureus proteins directly in infected nasal polyp tissue. We discovered bacterial proteins involved in invasion of tissue, virulence, bacterial signal transduction or acquisition of nutrients. Some of the detected superantigens and Spls are known to provoke secretion of a broad spectrum of cytokines. Therefore, our manuscript contains new information about the invasion of S. aureus in nasal polyp tissue and its protein-specific immunogenicity.
  • EHR-related medication errors in two ICUs. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Healthc Risk Manag 2017; 36(3):6-15
  • Carayon P, Du S, … Wetterneck TB
  • The objective of this study was to describe the frequency, potential harm, and nature of electronic health record (EHR)-related medication errors in intensive care units (ICUs). Using a secondary dat...
  • Accelerated Second-Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Graduates' Transition to Professional Practice. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Contin Educ Nurs 2017 Jan 01; 48(1):14-19
  • Brandt CL, Boellaard MR, Wilberding KM
  • CONCLUSIONS: ASBSN graduates' transition shared similarities with traditional baccalaureate nursing program graduates. They experienced stress, needed support, and contributed to the health care team as they gained confidence. The intensity of the interviewees' ASBSN program prepared them for real-life nursing practice. Graduates' accounts of their transition should persuade staff development professionals to plan postorientation development that considers previous education, work experience, and potential for organizational leadership. J Contin Educ Nurs. 2017;48(1):14-19.
  • Is a β cell a β cell? [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes 2017 Jan 17
  • Yang C, Galivo F, Dorrell C
  • CONCLUSIONS: A wealth of information on functional and phenotypic heterogeneity has been collected recently, including the transcriptomes of individual β cells and the identities of functionally distinct β cell subpopulations. Several studies suggest the existence of two broad categories: a more proliferative but less functional and a less proliferative but more functional β cell type. The identification of functionally distinct subpopulations and their association with type 2 diabetes underlines the potential clinical importance of these investigations.
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