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Angiotensin II deregulates mitochondrial quality control and prevents autophagosome formation in skeletal muscle
Conclusion: Ang II suppresses autophagy by impairing autophagosome formation, which leads to accumulation of damaged mitochondria and ubiquitinated proteins. Our data strongly suggest that autophagy plays a critical role ...
Near infrared navigation system (NAVI) for real time visualization of blood flow
Summary: A portable and economical NAVI camera system that can be utilized for intraoperative fluorescence imaging has been fabricated. The NAVI system has been validated by conducting preclinical grafting studies in swine ...
Introducing an on-demand model for GoBabyGoEarly childhood power mobility provision
Background: Early childhood power mobility (ECPM) helps children with neuromuscular and orthopedic conditions improve mobility and attain developmental milestones (Henderson, Skelton, & Rosenbaum, 2008). ; The standard ...
Providing service through #MizzouPDF : interlibrary loan/document delivery
Why #MIZZOUPDF? Seeing that #icanhazpdf on social media, we felt we could combat illegal sharing of resources with MizzouPDF, while providing a new means of filling interlibrary loan and 'scan and deliver' requests.
Diving into history : LIS in-service experience at the Black Archives of Mid-America
"'Archives in Context' was a one-credit hour course offered over Spring Break 2017, running from Sunday, March 26 to Friday, March 31, which provided six LIS graduate students with archival field experience at the Black ...
Associations between comorbid disease outcomes among patients with depression in a student run free clinic
Background: Research demonstrates a correlation between diagnosed depression and increased markers of chronic medical illness, including poorer glycemic control, increased risk for cardiovascular events, and obesity. ...
Metabolic responses of osteochondral allografts to re-warming after MOPS(TM) preservation versus standard of care storage
Osteoarthritis (OA) affects ~90% of people older than 65, and associated costs top $100 billion annually in the U.S. One treatment available for large cartilage defects seen in osteoarthritis is osteochondral allograft ...
Ankle fracture complications in the elderly
Objectives: To determine whether the rate of complications is higher in geriatric patients who undergo operative fixation at our institution for unstable ankle fractures or fracture dislocations ; To determine if geriatric ...
Ear canal foreign bodies in a single institution's emergency department
"Ear Canal Foreign Bodies (ECFB) are common presenting complaint to emergency departments, accounting for 0.05% of all emergency department visits, averaging 35.3 Ear Canal foreign bodies annually at the University of ...
Out of hospital cardiac arrest : what do the numbers tell us?
The benefits of sodium bicarbonate use in treating out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) have been debated and have fluctuated over time. Both prospective and retrospective studies have been done. With an aggregate of these ...
False negative home sleep apnea testing - an important concept to prevent misdiagnosis in patients with underlying sleep apnea
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) syndrome is characterized by repetitive reduction or cessation of airflow due to partial or complete obstruction of the airway leading to hypoxemia, arousals from sleep and fragmented sleep. ...
The Chancellor's Annual Festival of Music, 1977, February 22, 23, 26 and 27, March 8, 9 and 27, University of Missouri-Columbia
Poster for the University of Missouri's Chancellor's Annual Festival of Music for 1977. Verso has descriptions of programs with photographs of performers. Performances by: Elly Ameling, Maurice Hinson, Esterhazy Quartet ...