Masthead. Am J Audiol. 2018 Jun 08;27(2):246-247 Authors: PMID: 29883969 [PubMed - in process]
Publication date: Available online 21 September 2018Source: Veterinary MicrobiologyAuthor(s): Matthew J. Lott, Rhiannon L. Moore, Natalie L. Milic, Michelle Power, Catherine M. Shilton, Sally R. IsbergAbstractThe control of pathogens that target crocodilian skin is essential to the long-term success and sustainability of intensive farming operations worldwide. To understand the impact these pathogens may have on the skin, a brief overview of skin histology is given. A review of the known viral, bacterial, fungal and helminth taxa associated with skin conditions in commercially significant crocodilian species is presented. ...
The objectives of this research were to describe Ontario pig movements in 2015, and to understand the potential for disease transmission through animal movement on a weekly and yearly basis. Swine shipments from January to December 2015 represented 224 production facilities and a total of 5398 unique animal movements. This one-mode directed network of animal movements was then analyzed using common descriptive network measures.The maximum yearly (y) weak component (WCy) size and maximum weekly (w) weak component size (WCw) was 224 facilities, and 83 facilities, respectively. The maximum WCw did not change significantly (p&...
This study investigates direct hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) of microalgae (Algal biomass) to produce bio-oil using a high-pressure batch reactor under subcritical water conditions. Three different micro algae samples namely, Chlorella vulgaris, Botryococcus braunii and Scenedesmus quadricauda have been examined under hydrothermal liquefaction with different water concentrations (1:6, 1:7, 1:8, 1:9 &1:10 ratio) at certain temperature range (200–320 °C), pressure (60 bars) and reaction time (30 min). Through liquefaction, the highest BO yield achieved with S. quadricauda was 18 wt% at 1:9 ratio. The ch...
Publication date: Available online 21 September 2018Source: Journal of Microbiological MethodsAuthor(s): Stefania Fontana, Maria Pacciarini, Mery Boifava, Roberta Pellesi, Barbara Casto, Michele Gastaldelli, Heike Koehler, Nicola Pozzato, Francesco Casalinuovo, M. Beatrice BoniottiAbstractThere is currently an increased interest in the use of serological approaches in combination with traditional cell-mediated immunity-based techniques to improve the detection of tuberculosis (TB)-infected animals. In the present study, we developed and validated two different serological TB-detection assays using four antigens, MPB70, MPB...
Publication date: Available online 21 September 2018Source: Statistics &Probability LettersAuthor(s): Hoang Long Ngo, Duc Trong LuongAbstractWe study the strong convergence of the tamed Euler–Maruyama approximation for stochastic differential equations whose coefficients are superlinearly grow and diffusion coefficient is locally Hölder continuous.
Authors: O'Brien SM PMID: 30235180 [PubMed - in process]
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Authors: Mummudi N, Gudi S, Bhalavat R, Mahantshetty U, Indian Brachytherapy Society PMID: 30237822 [PubMed]
We present a report on the management of a previously-irradiated completely edentulous patient with severe trismus for whom high-dose-rate surface mould brachytherapy had been prescribed. A unique, reliable, and practical solution has been presented based firmly on the scientific knowledge of contemporary implant dentistry. PMID: 30237821 [PubMed]
Conclusions: Through analysis of the selected patients with thoracoabdominal tumors, the robot-assisted 3D personalized template in 125I seed brachytherapy was a more effective and safer method. It can achieve a more favorable OS and LC. PMID: 30237820 [PubMed]
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