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Advances in Food Security & Sustainability Volume 1
(Academic Press, 2016-11-08)
L30A Mutation of Phospholemman Mimics Effects of Cardiac Glycosides in Isolated Cardiomyocytes
To determine if mutations introduced into phospholemman (PLM) could increase the level of PLM–Na,K-ATPase (NKA) binding, we performed scanning mutagenesis of the transmembrane domain of PLM and measured Förster resonance ...
Wrist-worn accelerometer measures of movement by people with Parkinson’s attending dance classes at the University of Hertfordshire.
The present study investigated the feasibility of using wrist-worn accelerometers to quantify activity by people with Parkinson’s compared with age-matched and younger controls as they participated in a dance class. ...
Emotional earthquakes in the landscape of psychosis: : an interpretative phenomenology
Traditionally studies have neglected emotion in psychosis, possibly as a consequence of psychiatry’s emphasis on psychotic symptoms rather than individuals’ lived experience of emotions before, during and after psychotic ...
Impairment of Sexual Life in 3,485 Dermatological Outpatients From a Multicentre Study in 13 European Countries
Skin conditions may have a strong impact on patients' sexual life, and thus influence personal relationships. Sexual issues are difficult to discuss directly in clinical practice, and a mediated instrument may be useful ...
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Current evidence and future perspectives on HuR and breast cancer development, prognosis, and treatment.
Hu-antigen R (HuR) is an RNA-binding posttranscriptional regulator that belongs to the Hu/ELAV family. HuR expression levels are modulated by a variety of proteins, microRNAs, chemical compounds, or the microenvironment, ...
Are they ‘worth their weight in gold’? Sport for older adults: benefits and barriers of their participation for sporting organisations
The ageing global population has led to an increased focus on health for older adults. However, older adults have not been a specific priority for some sporting organisations (SOs). Thus, there is an emerging opportunity ...
Acceptability of oral solid medicines in older adults with and without dysphagia : a nested pilot validation questionnaire based observational study
Older patients (aged 65 years and over) are the major consumers of medicines and many barriers affect their ability in taking medicines orally, especially swallowing difficulties. Moreover, the characteristics of differing ...
Foreword: Special issue—geriatric drug therapy