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  • Fluorescence properties of Phycocyanin and Phycocyanin-human serum albumin complex. [Journal Article]
    Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc. 2020 May 14; 239:118468.Seyedi S, Parvin P, … Moafi A
  • In this work, the fluorescence properties of Phycocyanin (PC) and the corresponding quenching effects are investigated in attendance of human serum albumin (HSA). At first, PC is excited at 532 nm using CW SHG Nd:YAG laser, then the emission wavelength, Stokes shift, quantum yield, extinction constant and self-quenching coefficient are obtained based on the modified Beer-Lambert equation. It is s…
  • Catalytic Production of Oxygenated and Hydrocarbon Chemicals From Cellulose Hydrogenolysis in Aqueous Phase. [Review]
    Front Chem. 2020; 8:333.Xin H, Hu X, … Ma L
  • As the most abundant polysaccharide in lignocellulosic biomass, a clean and renewable carbon resource, cellulose shows huge capacity and roused much attention on the methodologies of its conversion to downstream products, mainly including platform chemicals and fuel additives. Without appropriate treatments in the processes of cellulose decompose, there are some by-products that may not be chemic…
  • Disentangling syntactic, semantic and pragmatic impairments in ASD: Elicited production of passives. [Journal Article]
    J Child Lang. 2020 May 14 [Online ahead of print]Ambridge B, Bidgood A, Thomas K
  • Children with ASD and an IQ-matched control group of typically developing (TD) children completed an elicited-production task which encouraged the production of reversible passive sentences (e.g., "Bob was hit by Wendy"). Although the two groups showed similar levels of correct production, the ASD group produced a significantly greater number of "reversal" errors (e.g., "Wendy was hit by Bob", wh…
  • Violence Against Nurses in the Triage Area: A Mixed-Methods Study. [Journal Article]
    J Emerg Nurs. 2020 May; 46(3):384-397.Ferri P, Stifani S, … Di Lorenzo R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nurses reported that high exposure to workplace violence in triaging had significant consequences on their psychological well-being and on their behavior at work and at home. Violence, perceived as a personal and/or professional injury owing to insufficient organizational support, led professionals to experience feelings of resignation and to believe that abuse was an inevitable part of the job. Nevertheless, in our study, the precipitating factors were investigated, suggesting several possible solutions to limit this phenomenon.
  • How people perceive the minds of the dead: The importance of consciousness at the moment of death. [Journal Article]
    Cognition. 2020 May 05; 202:104308.Doyle CM, Gray K
  • Immortality is thought to be achieved through heroic deeds, reincarnation, and the afterlife. The present studies reveal an alternative path to transcending death: dying while conscious. Seven studies demonstrate that dying while more awake, aware and/or lucid leads people to see a richer postmortem mind-an effect we call conservation of consciousness. People see more mind in the deceased when th…
  • Framework construction and application of China's Gross Economic-Ecological Product accounting. [Journal Article]
    J Environ Manage. 2020 Jun 15; 264:109852.Ma G, Wang J, … Cao D
  • In order to integrate resource consumption, environmental damage and ecological benefits into the evaluation system of social and economic development, and practice the green concept of "Lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets", this research was based on the Green GDP and Gross Ecosystem Product accounting to develop comprehensive accounting indicators for Gross Economic-Ecological…
  • Spectroscopic properties of various blood antigens/antibodies. [Journal Article]
    Biomed Opt Express. 2020 Apr 01; 11(4):2298-2312.Seyedi SS, Parvin P, … Khorrami A
  • Since the traditional method generates biological waste, there is a significant demand for an easy, quick technique of blood type identification without contamination. In fact, individuals can be divided into four main blood groups whose antigens are available in red blood cell (RBC) membranes and the antibodies in the plasma. Here, UV-vis and photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopic methods are syst…
  • New Solutions to Old Problems: Molecular Mechanisms of Meiotic Crossover Control. [Review]
    Trends Genet. 2020 May; 36(5):337-346.Smith GR, Nambiar M
  • During scientific investigations, the explanation of remarkably interesting phenomena must often await development of new methods or accrual of new observations that in retrospect can lead to lucid answers to the initial problem. A case in point is the control of genetic recombination during meiosis, which leads to crossovers between chromosomes critical for production of healthy offspring. Cross…
  • Managing Insomnia Using Lucid Dreaming Training: A Pilot Study. [Journal Article]
    Behav Sleep Med. 2020 Mar 12 [Online ahead of print]Ellis JG, De Koninck J, Bastien CH
  • Objectives/Background: Despite Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) being considered the first-line treatment for insomnia, it is not without its challenges. As such it is worthwhile to consider, and test, alternative or adjuvant management options.Methods/Participants: The aim of the present study was to examine whether Lucid Dreaming Training for insomnia (LDT-I) impacted on insomn…
  • JAK inhibitors safety in ulcerative colitis: practical implications. [Journal Article]
    J Crohns Colitis. 2020 Feb 01 [Online ahead of print]Agrawal M, Kim ES, Colombel JF
  • Janus kinase inhibitors (JAKi) are a new class of small molecule drugs that modulate inflammatory pathways by blocking one or more JAK receptors, and are increasingly being used in the treatment of immune-mediated diseases. Tofacitinib, a non-selective JAKi, is now approved for moderate-to-severe ulcerative colitis (UC) that is refractory or intolerant to tumor necrosis factor inhibitors (TNFi). …
  • Bizarreness of Lucid and Non-lucid Dream: Effects of Metacognition. [Journal Article]
    Front Psychol. 2019; 10:2946.Yu C, Shen H
  • Dreams are usually characterized by primary consciousness, bizarreness and cognitive deficits, lacking metacognition. However, lucid dreaming (LD) is a type of consciousness state during which the dreamer is aware of the fact that he or she is dreaming, without leaving the sleeping state. Brain research has found that LD shares some common neural mechanisms with metacognition such as self-reflect…
  • Motilin: a panoply of communications between the gut, brain, and pancreas. [Journal Article]
    Expert Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2020 Jan 30 [Online ahead of print]Singaram K, Gold-Smith FD, Petrov MS
  • Introduction: Motilin was first alluded to nearly a century ago. But it remains a rather abstruse peptide, in the shadow of its younger but more lucid 'cousin' ghrelin.Areas covered: The review aimed to bring to the fore multifarious aspects of motilin research with a view to aiding prioritization of future studies on this gastrointestinal peptide.Expert opinion: Growing evidence indicates that r…
  • "I don't know but I know who to ask": 12-month-olds actively seek information from knowledgeable adults. [Journal Article]
    Dev Sci. 2020 Jan 18 [Online ahead of print]Bazhydai M, Westermann G, Parise E
  • Active social communication is an effective way for infants to learn about the world. Do pre-verbal and pre-pointing infants seek epistemic information from their social partners when motivated to obtain information they cannot discover independently? The present study investigated whether 12-month-olds (N = 30) selectively seek information from knowledgeable adults in situations of referential u…
  • The Physiology of Oxygen Transport by the Cardiovascular System: Evolution of Knowledge. [Journal Article]
    J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2019 Dec 24 [Online ahead of print]Crystal GJ, Pagel PS
  • The heart, vascular system, and red blood cells play fundamental roles in O2 transport. The fascinating research history that led to the current understanding of the physiology of O2 transport began in ancient Egypt in 3000 BC, when it was postulated that the heart was a pump serving a system of distributing vessels. Over 4 millennia elapsed before William Harvey (1578-1657) made the revolutionar…
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