Khalil Mosley

  • Sequence alignments revealed that feline STING shares conserved sequences with all mammals and that it shares the highest identity with the bovine sequences out of all of the identified STING orthologs. Comparisons with other vertebrate MAVS suggested that feline and canine MAVS shared the highest similarity (Wu et al., 2015). Because the sequence…[Read more]

  • This study evaluated the quantitative parameters of S. domestica trees growing in the open landscape. The aim of the study was to evaluate select dendrometric parameters and assess their relationship with phenotypes of S. domestica, as well as identify the dendrometric parameters that are significant for the selection of the phenotypes for urban…[Read more]

  • Before groundcovers establishment, mulching treatments did not statistically differ for their effectiveness in limiting weeds growth, while both materials were particularly efficient when compared with bare soil. Indeed, two months after planting (June 2006), the total weed dry matter registered on plot mulched with wood-chip and EcoCover® (4.1…[Read more]

  • For quality assurance purposes, ultrasound physiotherapy treatment heads require periodic checks as their performance tends to deteriorate slowly, mainly resulting from minor damage to the transducer probe. Treatment heads can be checked using the standardized method which is based on the measurement of emitted ultrasonic power in addition to the…[Read more]

  • In this study, induction of SN antibodies was observed following the challenge and correlated well with clinical recovery and viral clearance in the infected pigs. Priming with the DNA vaccine could significantly enhance neutralizing antibodies in the immunized pigs, suggesting the positive immunomodulatory effect of the DNA vaccine on…[Read more]

  • In the past decade, clinical studies have found that the pathologic status of lymph nodes can be evaluated through interstitial injection of lymph-targeted ultrasound contrast agents (Goldberg et al. 2004), enabling greater disease assessment before surgery. However, current clinical procedures are limited by several factors. First, ultrasound…[Read more]

  • The anti-FIS and vegetative titres after revaccination at week 58 (of SVG3) were approximately 10-fold higher than the titres measured after the first vaccination. This anamnestic response induced by the 34F2 vaccine is not seen when vaccinated animals are challenged with virulent spores as observed in pre and post-challenge titres of SVG2 animals…[Read more]

  • Khalil Mosley posted an update 1 month ago

    Enteroviral persistence well after the acute infectious phase has been documented [reviewed (Chapman and Kim, 2008)]. Persistence of CVB RNA in the apparent absence of cytopathic virus populations in both tissues from experimentally-inoculated mice, as well as from naturally infected humans, can occur well after both the viremic phase and the rise…[Read more]

  • AcknowledgmentsWe are grateful to Prof. Michael Farle and his colleagues in the Fakultät für Physik and Center of Nanointegration (CeNIDE), Universität Duisburg-Essen for technical support, to the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for a Deutsch-Israelische Projektkooperation (DIP) Grant, to the European Commission for an Advanced Grant, to the Eu…[Read more]

  • MethodologyIn order to compare all experimental techniques in a reliable and quantitative manner, the atomic column positions have been extracted by using the StatSTEM software [40]. Here, statistical parameter estimation theory is used to model the atomic columns as Gaussian peaks:where ζ is a constant background, the width of a Gaussian peak…[Read more]

  • ConclusionsIntroductionEvidence supports the role of experience in improving surgical and oncological outcomes of radical prostatectomy in early-stage prostate cancer [1–4]. This effect is not limited to prostate cancer and is observed in buy Calcitriol cancer and even noncancer surgeries [5,6]. Despite these data, more than 80% of surgeons n…[Read more]

  • Materials and methodsResultsA total of 30 patients were enrolled from August 2011 to July 2012. The median age of patients was 69 years (range: 55–84 years). Median PSA levels on Cycle 1 Day 1 was 328.5 (range: 8.1–3051.3 ng/mL) ng/mL. Twenty-one patients (70%) had a Gleason score of ≥8. All patients had bone metastasis, 17 (26.7%) had buy Phenfo…[Read more]

  • Fibroscan has been considered an accurate, reliable and reproducible method for assessing liver fibrosis through LS measurements (Fransen van de Putte et al. 2011; Jang et al. 2012; Kim et al. 2012a, 2012b). Some studies have reported that FibroScan is a good diagnostic tool for detecting PHT, a common complication of liver fibrosis (Bureau et…[Read more]

  • Conflicts of interestSources of fundingIntroductionLaparoscopic radical prostatectomy (LRP) was first performed in 1992. However, it was not widely adopted because of the difficult technique and longer operative times when compared to conventional retropubic prostatectomy. The procedure gained attention again in 2000 owing to a modified technique…[Read more]

  • MaterialsMethodsThis study focused on ultrasound motion estimation in the time domain. The method presented in this S63845 study evolved from the USI method described by Lee et al. (2007), which is a CC-based speckle tracking method processed on RF data using a 1-D matching kernel (called “1DRF-SI” for short in this study), and its major step…[Read more]

  • These arguments are further strengthened by work (Crowder and Kirkegaard, 2005), that may further illuminate why stable viral populations containing large amounts of intermediate (partially mutated) CRE(2C) structures do not arise: some intermediate CRE sequences generated during replication in any given cell may actually hinder, rather than aid,…[Read more]

  • Many authors have reported that low frequency ultrasound accelerates reaction rate in which higher conversion is achieved in transesterification within shorter reaction time compared to the other approaches [7–9]. Thermal decomposition can also be carried out in parallel with transesterification within these bubbles. Highly volatile mecamylamine[Read more]

  • Khalil Mosley posted an update 2 months ago

    Systematic proteomic studies of the HPV E6 proteins from both the alpha and beta genera have revealed that the alpha HPV E6 proteins are bound to the ubiquitin ligase E6AP whereas the beta HPV E6 proteins are bound to the transcriptional co-activator mastermind (MAML1) (White et al., 2012a). MAML1 is a transcriptional regulator that is involved in…[Read more]

  • Khalil Mosley posted an update 2 months ago

    The adverse effects and perioperative complications of TUI-BN for the women in this study were acceptable. Only eight patients experienced mild urinary incontinence that developed during abdominal straining or sleeping, and the incontinence was self-limited and resolved within 6 months after surgery. Preventing the guarding reflex could lead to…[Read more]

  • The tick D. nitens is not considered capable of transmitting T. equi, but it is the biological vector of Babesia caballi, which causes equine babesiosis (Holbrook et al., 1968). However, there seem to be divergences between different studies regarding the capability of the tick A. cajennense to transmit T. equi. A study in Brazil found that young…[Read more]

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