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  • 1
    In: Journal of Neurochemistry, January 2014, Vol.128(2), pp.206-209
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    Keywords: Chemistry ; Anatomy & Physiology;
    ISSN: 0022-3042
    E-ISSN: 1471-4159
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 08 August 2016, Vol.55(33), pp.9719-9722
    Description: A synthetic approach to dihydropyrrolizine and tetrahydroindolizine scaffolds from pyrroles has been developed. The key step, a titanocene(III)‐catalyzed radical arylation that proceeds by C−H functionalization is atom‐economical and tolerates a large variety of functional groups. The reaction is therefore attractive for the swift assembly of functional and structural diversity. : The catalytic formation of dihydropyrrolizines and tetrahydroindolizines through titanocene(III) catalysis is described. The radical reaction is atom‐economical, tolerates a large variety of functional groups, and proceeds with regioselectivity. It is therefore of interest for applications in the synthesis of biologically active compounds.
    Keywords: Electron Transfer ; Heterocyles ; Radicals ; Reaction Mechanisms ; Titanium
    ISSN: 1433-7851
    E-ISSN: 1521-3773
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  • 3
    In: International Journal of Eating Disorders, June 2018, Vol.51(6), pp.535-541
    Description: Theoretically, legal supplement use precedes and increases the risk for illicit appearance and performance enhancing drug (APED) use-also referred to as the gateway hypothesis. Little is known about associations between the speed of progression, or gap time, from legal to illicit APED use, and psychological risk factors, such as sociocultural influence, eating disorders, body image disturbance, and impulsivity. The sample taken from two studies included 172 active steroid users (n = 143) and intense-exercising healthy controls (n = 29) between the ages of 18 and 60 (M = 34.16, SD = 10.43), the majority of whom were male (91.9%). Participants, retrospectively, reported APED use and completed measures assessing psychological and behavioral factors, including eating concern, muscle dysmorphia, and impulsivity. Participants had a gap time from initial APED use to anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) use that ranged from 0 to 38 years. Continuous survival analysis indicated that interactions between self- versus other sociocultural influence on APED onset and both higher eating concern and impulsivity are associated with a shorter gap time from initial legal to illicit APED use. The results indicate the potential value in developing different strategies for individuals with other sociocultural versus self-influence on illicit APED use, and among more impulsive and eating-concerned APED users. Future research is needed to assess different trajectories of APED use, such that eating-concerned and impulsive individuals who perceive less other sociocultural influence may be at greatest risk for a speedier progression to AAS use.
    Keywords: Eating Concern ; Gap Time ; Impulsivity ; Sociocultural Influence ; Steroids
    ISSN: 0276-3478
    E-ISSN: 1098-108X
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  • 4
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    Language: English
    In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 21 June 2010, Vol.49(27), pp.4540-4541
    Description: : A novel application of Raman microscopy takes advantage of a spectral window to map the uptake and distribution of metal‐carbonyl‐based drugs in single cells. The approach provides information on cell structure and molecular structure simultaneously and may have significant impact on drug screening and on the analysis of cellular processes in general.
    Keywords: Antitumor Agents ; Carbonyl Ligands ; Cells ; Molecular Imaging ; Raman Microscopy
    ISSN: 1433-7851
    E-ISSN: 1521-3773
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  • 5
    In: Anaesthesia, October 2010, Vol.65(10), pp.1017-1021
    Description: We compared a small and transportable Capnometer (EMMA™) with a reference capnometer, the Siesta TS Anaesthesia. During air‐breathing through a facemask, both the EMMA (nine modules) and reference capnometer sampled expired gas simultaneously. A wide range of end‐tidal carbon dioxide values were obtained during inhalation of carbon dioxide and voluntary hyperventilation. The median IQR [range] difference between all sets of carbon dioxide values (EMMA – reference) was −0.3 (−0.6 to 0.0 [−1.7 to 1.6] kPa;  = 297) using new batteries, which was statistically significant (p = 0.04) and located to two of the nine EMMAs tested. Using batteries with reduced voltage did not influence the measurements. The 95% CI of the medians of the differences were −0.4 to −0.2. We conclude that the EMMA can slightly under‐read the end‐tidal carbon dioxide but is generally comparable with a free‐standing monitor. The precision of the EMMAs was similar whether new batteries or batteries with reduced voltage were used.
    Keywords: Trademarks -- Analysis ; Carbon Dioxide -- Analysis;
    ISSN: 0003-2409
    E-ISSN: 1365-2044
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  • 6
    Language: English
    In: Political Studies, October 2015, Vol.63(4), pp.852-869
    Description: This article investigates why homosexual acts are still banned in 77 countries. It extends the current state of research by focusing on the religious roots of these bans. Previous studies have analysed the influence of Islam on prohibitions of same-sex sexual acts but produced contradictory findings. Moreover, the influence of the second world religion that condemns homosexuality in its scriptures – Christianity – has largely been ignored. This article shows that countries with a Muslim tradition tend to criminalise both male and female homosexuality, while predominantly Christian societies tend to prohibit only sex between men. However, the influence of the Christian tradition depends on the modernity of a country: the more modern a Christian society, the less influence traditional Christian sexual ethics have on legislation governing same-sex sexuality. This is particularly true for countries with a Protestant tradition.
    Keywords: Lgbt Politics ; Social Movement Policy Success ; Morality Policies ; Government ; Political Science
    ISSN: 0032-3217
    E-ISSN: 1467-9248
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  • 7
    In: International Journal of Eating Disorders, July 2018, Vol.51(7), pp.591-592
    Description: The explosion of new methods in science has put additional pressure on authors, readers, and peer reviewers to evaluate the rigor and reproducibility of these new approaches. This issue brings together a collection of articles aimed to stimulate our thinking about how to evaluate the quality of these new methodologies, in the form of several expert reviews on domains ranging from large scale genetics to clinical interventions. These expert reviews are followed by a collection of papers intended to illustrate new or underrepresented methods in our field and include novel approaches to clinical trials to the quantification of text data collected from public repositories online. The issue concludes with a number of original data papers applying network analysis to study comorbidity and symptom status in eating disorder and related populations and a couple of novel neuroimaging papers demonstrating the use of new and promising methods for studying heterogeneity and the use of psychophysiology to answer questions about emotion in eating disorder populations.
    Keywords: Emotions ; Feeding and Eating Disorders -- Diagnosis ; Research -- Trends;
    ISSN: 0276-3478
    E-ISSN: 1098-108X
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  • 8
    Language: English
    In: European eating disorders review : the journal of the Eating Disorders Association, 2011, Vol.19(1), pp.37-45
    Description: To present a case report detailing the use of an enhanced form of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT). The treatment was provided to an adolescent with an eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) diagnosis, and included a focus on the additional maintaining mechanisms of mood intolerance and interpersonal problems. This case began as an unsuccessful attempt at family therapy, where the underlying dysfunction exacerbated symptoms and demoralized the family. The therapist subsequently chose to utilize an enhanced version of CBT to simultaneously address the patient's symptoms and try to effect change across multiple domains. A description of the patient's eating disorder pathology, the 29-session treatment, and outcome, are provided. This case study illustrates that it is possible to successfully use enhanced CBT with developmentally appropriate adaptations in the treatment of a young patient with an EDNOS diagnosis, as suggested by Cooper and Stewart (2008).
    Keywords: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ; Feeding and Eating Disorders -- Therapy
    E-ISSN: 1099-0968
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  • 9
    Language: English
    In: International Journal of Eating Disorders, December 2011, Vol.44(8), pp.692-702
    Description: The primary aim was to examine the utility of DSM-IV criteria in predicting treatment outcome in a sample of adolescents with eating disorders. We (a) descriptively compared the baseline rates of anorexia nervosa (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN) across multiple reference points for diagnostic criteria, (b) using ROC curve analyses, assessed the sensitivity and specificity of each diagnostic criterion in predicting clinical outcome, and (c) with logistic regression analyses, examined the incremental predictive value of each criterion. Results show a high degree of variability in the baseline diagnostic profiles as a function of the information used to inform each DSM-IV criterion. For AN, Criterion A yielded the best predictive validity, with Criteria B-D providing no significant incremental value. For BN, none of the measures had a significant AUC, and results from logistic regression analyses showed that none of the indicators were robust in predicting outcome. For AN, the existing Criterion A is appropriate for children and adolescents, and is sufficient to predict outcome in the context of active refusal to maintain a normal weight as well as multiple informants and behavioral indicators of the psychological aspects of AN. For BN, predictive validity could not be established.
    Keywords: Anorexia Nervosa ; Bulimia Nervosa ; Children ; Adolescents ; Diagnosis ; Predictive Validity
    ISSN: 0276-3478
    E-ISSN: 1098-108X
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  • 10
    In: European Journal of Neuroscience, July 2013, Vol.38(1), pp.2041-2056
    Description: Ablating the cochlea causes total sensory deafferentation of the cochlear nucleus. Over the first postoperative week, degeneration of the auditory nerve and its synaptic terminals in the cochlear nucleus temporally overlaps with its re‐innervation by axon collaterals of medial olivocochlear neurons. At the same time, astrocytes increase in size and density. We investigated the time courses of the expression of ezrin, polysialic acid, matrix metalloprotease‐9 and matrix metalloprotease‐2 within these astrocytes during the first week following cochlear ablation. All four proteins are known to participate in degeneration, regeneration, or both, following injury of the central nervous system. In a next step, stereotaxic injections of kainic acid were made into the ventral nucleus of the trapezoid body prior to cochlear ablation to destroy the neurons that re‐innervate the deafferented cochlear nucleus by axon collaterals developing growth‐associated protein 43 immunoreactivity. This experimental design allowed us to distinguish between molecular processes associated with degeneration and those associated with re‐innervation. Under these conditions, astrocytic growth and proliferation showed an unchanged deafferentation‐induced pattern. Similarly, the distribution and amount of ezrin and matrix metalloprotease‐9 in astrocytes after cochlear ablation developed in the same way as under cochlear ablation alone. In sharp contrast, the astrocytic expression of polysialic acid and matrix metalloprotease‐2 normally invoked by cochlear ablation collapsed when re‐innervation of the cochlear nucleus was inhibited by lesioning medial olivocochlear neurons with kainic acid. In conclusion, re‐innervation, including axonal growth and synaptogenesis, seems to prompt astrocytes to recompose their molecular profile, paving the way for tissue reorganisation after nerve degeneration and loss of synaptic contacts. Ablating the cochlea of adult rats causes a total sensory deafferentation of the cochlear nucleus. Degeneration of the auditory nerve and its synaptic terminals temporally overlaps with the formation of new synapses in the cochlear nucleus. We show that the process of establishing new synaptic contacts prompts astrocytes to recompose their molecular profile, indicating that they are an integral component of a lesion‐induced re‐organisation in the adult brain.
    Keywords: Adult Brain Plasticity ; Cochlear Ablation ; Degeneration ; Neuroplasticity ; Re‐Innervation
    ISSN: 0953-816X
    E-ISSN: 1460-9568
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