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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27911006/lrrk2-levels-and-phosphorylation-in-parkinson-s-disease-brain-and-cases-with-restricted-lewy-bodies
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Nicolas Dzamko, Amanda M Gysbers, Rina Bandopadhyay, Marc F Bolliger, Akiko Uchino, Ye Zhao, Masaki Takao, Sandrine Wauters, Wilma D J van de Berg, Junko Takahashi-Fujigasaki, R Jeremy Nichols, Janice L Holton, Shigeo Murayama, Glenda M Halliday
BACKGROUND: Leucine rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) is a promising target for the treatment of Parkinson's disease; however, little is known about the expression of LRRK2 in human brain and if/how LRRK2 protein levels are altered in Parkinson's disease. OBJECTIVES: We measured the protein levels of LRRK2 as well as its phosphorylation on serines 910, 935, and 973 in the postmortem brain tissue of Parkinson's disease patients and aged controls with and without Lewy bodies...
December 2, 2016: Movement Disorders: Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27900200/inter-rater-reliability-of-the-shoulder-symptom-modification-procedure-in-people-with-shoulder-pain
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Jeremy S Lewis, Karen McCreesh, Eva Barratt, Eric J Hegedus, Julius Sim
BACKGROUND: Musculoskeletal conditions involving the shoulder are common and, because of the importance of the upper limb and hand in daily function, symptoms in this region are commonly associated with functional impairment in athletic and non-athletic populations. Deriving a definitive diagnosis as to the cause of shoulder symptoms is fraught with difficulty. Limitations have been recognised for imaging and for orthopaedic special tests. 1 solution is to partially base management on the response to tests aimed at reducing the severity of the patient's perception of symptoms...
2016: BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27900198/do-rocker-sole-shoes-influence-postural-stability-in-chronic-low-back-pain-a-randomised-trial
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C Sian MacRae, Duncan Critchley, Matthew Morrissey, Adam Shortland, Jeremy S Lewis
BACKGROUND: People with chronic low back pain (CLBP) demonstrate greater postural instability compared with asymptomatic individuals. Rocker-sole shoes are inherently unstable and may serve as an effective balance training device. This study hypothesised that wearing rocker-sole shoes would result in long-term improvement in barefoot postural stability in people with CLBP. METHODS: 20 participants with CLBP were randomised to wear rocker-sole or flat-sole shoes for a minimum of 2 hours each day...
2016: BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27899636/the-monarch-initiative-an-integrative-data-and-analytic-platform-connecting-phenotypes-to-genotypes-across-species
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Christopher J Mungall, Julie A McMurry, Sebastian Köhler, James P Balhoff, Charles Borromeo, Matthew Brush, Seth Carbon, Tom Conlin, Nathan Dunn, Mark Engelstad, Erin Foster, J P Gourdine, Julius O B Jacobsen, Dan Keith, Bryan Laraway, Suzanna E Lewis, Jeremy NguyenXuan, Kent Shefchek, Nicole Vasilevsky, Zhou Yuan, Nicole Washington, Harry Hochheiser, Tudor Groza, Damian Smedley, Peter N Robinson, Melissa A Haendel
The correlation of phenotypic outcomes with genetic variation and environmental factors is a core pursuit in biology and biomedicine. Numerous challenges impede our progress: patient phenotypes may not match known diseases, candidate variants may be in genes that have not been characterized, model organisms may not recapitulate human or veterinary diseases, filling evolutionary gaps is difficult, and many resources must be queried to find potentially significant genotype-phenotype associations. Non-human organisms have proven instrumental in revealing biological mechanisms...
November 29, 2016: Nucleic Acids Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27880749/early-diagnosis-of-hiv-infection-in-infants-one-caribbean-and-six-sub-saharan-african-countries-2011-2015
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Karidia Diallo, Andrea A Kim, Shirley Lecher, Dennis Ellenberger, R Suzanne Beard, Helen Dale, Mackenzie Hurlston, Molly Rivadeneira, Peter N Fonjungo, Laura N Broyles, Guoqing Zhang, Katrina Sleeman, Shon Nguyen, Steve Jadczak, Nadine Abiola, Raimi Ewetola, Jérémie Muwonga, Franck Fwamba, Christina Mwangi, Mary Naluguza, Charles Kiyaga, Isaac Ssewanyana, Deyde Varough, Domercant Wysler, David Lowrance, Frantz Jean Louis, Olbeg Desinor, Josiane Buteau, Francois Kesner, Vanessa Rouzier, Nat Segaren, Tessa Lewis, Abdoulaye Sarr, Geoffrey Chipungu, Sundeep Gupta, Daniel Singer, Reuben Mwenda, Hilary Kapoteza, Zawadi Chipeta, Nancy Knight, Sergio Carmona, William MacLeod, Gayle Sherman, Yogan Pillay, Clement B Ndongmo, Bridget Mugisa, Annie Mwila, James McAuley, Peter J Chipimo, Wezi Kaonga, Dailess Nsofwa, Davy Nsama, Fales Zulu Mwamba, Crispin Moyo, Clement Phiri, Marie-Yolande Borget, Leonard Ya-Kouadio, Abo Kouame, Christiane A Adje-Toure, John Nkengasong
Pediatric human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection remains an important public health issue in resource-limited settings. In 2015, 1.4 million children aged <15 years were estimated to be living with HIV (including 170,000 infants born in 2015), with the vast majority living in sub-Saharan Africa (1). In 2014, 150,000 children died from HIV-related causes worldwide (2). Access to timely HIV diagnosis and treatment for HIV-infected infants reduces HIV-associated mortality, which is approximately 50% by age 2 years without treatment (3)...
November 25, 2016: MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27875104/ct-guided-native-medical-renal-biopsy-cortical-tangential-versus-non-tangential-approaches-a-comparison-of-efficacy-and-safety
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Bo Liu, Matthew O'Dell, Miguel Flores, Joseph Limback, Melissa Kendall, Julie Pepe, Jeremy R Burt, Francisco Contreras, Andrew R Lewis, Thomas J Ward
Purpose To review a single-center experience with the cortical tangential approach during computed tomography (CT)-guided native medical renal biopsy and to evaluate its efficacy and safety compared with those of a non-cortical tangential approach. Materials and Methods This retrospective study received institutional review board approval, with a waiver of the HIPAA requirement for informed consent. The number of cores, glomeruli, and complications were reviewed in 431 CT-guided medical renal biopsies performed between July 2007 and September 2015...
November 22, 2016: Radiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27802837/comparison-of-carnivore-omnivore-and-herbivore-mammalian-genomes-with-a-new-leopard-assembly
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Soonok Kim, Yun Sung Cho, Hak-Min Kim, Oksung Chung, Hyunho Kim, Sungwoong Jho, Hong Seomun, Jeongho Kim, Woo Young Bang, Changmu Kim, Junghwa An, Chang Hwan Bae, Youngjune Bhak, Sungwon Jeon, Hyejun Yoon, Yumi Kim, JeHoon Jun, HyeJin Lee, Suan Cho, Olga Uphyrkina, Aleksey Kostyria, John Goodrich, Dale Miquelle, Melody Roelke, John Lewis, Andrey Yurchenko, Anton Bankevich, Juok Cho, Semin Lee, Jeremy S Edwards, Jessica A Weber, Jo Cook, Sangsoo Kim, Hang Lee, Andrea Manica, Ilbeum Lee, Stephen J O'Brien, Jong Bhak, Joo-Hong Yeo
BACKGROUND: There are three main dietary groups in mammals: carnivores, omnivores, and herbivores. Currently, there is limited comparative genomics insight into the evolution of dietary specializations in mammals. Due to recent advances in sequencing technologies, we were able to perform in-depth whole genome analyses of representatives of these three dietary groups. RESULTS: We investigated the evolution of carnivory by comparing 18 representative genomes from across Mammalia with carnivorous, omnivorous, and herbivorous dietary specializations, focusing on Felidae (domestic cat, tiger, lion, cheetah, and leopard), Hominidae, and Bovidae genomes...
October 11, 2016: Genome Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27779598/clinical-significance-of-computed-tomography-contrast-extravasation-in-blunt-trauma-patients-with-a-pelvic-fracture
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Jeremy S Juern, David Milia, Panna Codner, Marshall Beckman, Lewis Somberg, Travis Webb, John A Weigelt
INTRODUCTION: Blunt pelvic fractures can be associated with major pelvic bleeding. The significance of contrast extravasation (CE) on computed tomography (CT) is debated. We sought to update our experience with CE on CT scan for the years 2009-2014 to determine the accuracy of CE in predicting the need for angioembolization. METHODS: This is a retrospective review of the trauma registry and our electronic medical record from a Level I trauma center. Patients seen from July 1, 2009 to September 7, 2014 with blunt pelvic fractures and contrast enhanced CT were included...
October 25, 2016: Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27748751/structural-and-conformational-determinants-of-macrocycle-cell-permeability
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Björn Over, Pär Matsson, Christian Tyrchan, Per Artursson, Bradley C Doak, Michael A Foley, Constanze Hilgendorf, Stephen E Johnston, Maurice D Lee, Richard J Lewis, Patrick McCarren, Giovanni Muncipinto, Ulf Norinder, Matthew W D Perry, Jeremy R Duvall, Jan Kihlberg
Macrocycles are of increasing interest as chemical probes and drugs for intractable targets like protein-protein interactions, but the determinants of their cell permeability and oral absorption are poorly understood. To enable rational design of cell-permeable macrocycles, we generated an extensive data set under consistent experimental conditions for more than 200 non-peptidic, de novo-designed macrocycles from the Broad Institute's diversity-oriented screening collection. This revealed how specific functional groups, substituents and molecular properties impact cell permeability...
October 17, 2016: Nature Chemical Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27742439/spatial-variation-in-the-accumulation-of-pops-and-mercury-in-bottlenose-dolphins-of-the-lower-florida-keys-and-the-coastal-everglades-south-florida
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France Damseaux, Jeremy J Kiszka, Michael R Heithaus, George Scholl, Gauthier Eppe, Jean-Pierre Thomé, Jennifer Lewis, Wensi Hao, Michaël C Fontaine, Krishna Das
The bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is an upper trophic level predator and the most common cetacean species found in nearshore waters of southern Florida, including the Lower Florida Keys (LFK) and the Florida Coastal Everglades (FCE). The objective of this study was to assess contamination levels of total mercury (T-Hg) in skin and persistent organic pollutants (PCBs, PBDEs, DDXs, HCHs, HCB, Σ PCDD/Fs and Σ DL-PCBs) in blubber samples of bottlenose dolphins from LFK (n = 27) and FCE (n = 24)...
January 2017: Environmental Pollution
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27602946/diversity-oriented-synthesis-yields-novel-multistage-antimalarial-inhibitors
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Nobutaka Kato, Eamon Comer, Tomoyo Sakata-Kato, Arvind Sharma, Manmohan Sharma, Micah Maetani, Jessica Bastien, Nicolas M Brancucci, Joshua A Bittker, Victoria Corey, David Clarke, Emily R Derbyshire, Gillian Dornan, Sandra Duffy, Sean Eckley, Maurice A Itoe, Karin M J Koolen, Timothy A Lewis, Ping S Lui, Amanda K Lukens, Emily Lund, Sandra March, Elamaran Meibalan, Bennett C Meier, Jacob McPhail, Branko Mitasev, Eli L Moss, Morgane Sayes, Yvonne VanGessel, Mathias J Wawer, Takashi Yoshinaga, Anne-Marie Zeeman, Vicky M Avery, Sangeeta N Bhatia, John E Burke, Flaminia Catteruccia, Jon C Clardy, Paul A Clemons, Koen J Dechering, Jeremy R Duvall, Michael A Foley, Fabian Gusovsky, Clemens H M Kocken, Matthias Marti, Marshall L Morningstar, Benito Munoz, Daniel E Neafsey, Amit Sharma, Elizabeth A Winzeler, Dyann F Wirth, Christina A Scherer, Stuart L Schreiber
Antimalarial drugs have thus far been derived mainly from two sources - natural products and synthetic 'drug-like' compounds. We hypothesized that antimalarial agents with novel mechanisms of action might be discovered using a diverse collection of synthetic compounds having three-dimensional features reminiscent of natural products and underrepresented in typical screening collections. We identified such compounds with both previously reported and undescribed mechanisms of action, including a series of bicyclic azetidines that inhibit a new antimalarial target, phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase...
September 7, 2016: Nature
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27568567/tcf4-regulates-synaptic-plasticity-dna-methylation-and-memory-function
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Andrew J Kennedy, Elizabeth J Rahn, Brynna S Paulukaitis, Katherine E Savell, Holly B Kordasiewicz, Jing Wang, John W Lewis, Jessica Posey, Sarah K Strange, Mikael C Guzman-Karlsson, Scott E Phillips, Kyle Decker, S Timothy Motley, Eric E Swayze, David J Ecker, Todd P Michael, Jeremy J Day, J David Sweatt
Human haploinsufficiency of the transcription factor Tcf4 leads to a rare autism spectrum disorder called Pitt-Hopkins syndrome (PTHS), which is associated with severe language impairment and development delay. Here, we demonstrate that Tcf4 haploinsufficient mice have deficits in social interaction, ultrasonic vocalization, prepulse inhibition, and spatial and associative learning and memory. Despite learning deficits, Tcf4(+/-) mice have enhanced long-term potentiation in the CA1 area of the hippocampus. In translationally oriented studies, we found that small-molecule HDAC inhibitors normalized hippocampal LTP and memory recall...
September 6, 2016: Cell Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27562059/anti-tnf%C3%AE-alters-the-natural-history-of-experimental-crohn-s-disease-in-rats-when-begun-early-but-not-late-in-disease
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Phyllissa Schmiedlin-Ren, Laura J Reingold, Christopher S Broxson, Ahren C Rittershaus, Josh S Brudi, Jeremy Adler, Scott R Owens, Ellen M Zimmermann
Anti-TNFα therapy decreases inflammation in Crohn's disease (CD). However, its ability to decrease fibrosis and alter the natural history of CD is not established. Anti-TNF-α prevents inflammation and fibrosis in the peptidoglycan-polysaccharide (PG-PS) model of CD. Here we studied anti-TNF-α in a treatment paradigm. PG-PS or human serum albumin (HSA; control) was injected into bowel wall of anesthetized Lewis rats at laparotomy. Mouse anti-mouse TNF-α or vehicle treatment was begun day (d)1, d7, or d14 postlaparotomy...
October 1, 2016: American Journal of Physiology. Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27559936/discovery-of-s3-truncated-c-6-heteroaryl-substituted-aminothiazine-%C3%AE-site-app-cleaving-enzyme-1-bace1-inhibitors
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Yong-Jin Wu, Jason Guernon, Jianliang Shi, Lawrence Marcin, Mendi Higgins, Ramkumar Rajamani, Jodi Muckelbauer, Hal Lewis, ChiehYing Chang, Dan Camac, Jeremy H Toyn, Michael K Ahlijanian, Charles F Albright, John E Macor, Lorin A Thompson
Truncation of the S3 substituent of the biaryl aminothiazine 2, a potent BACE1 inhibitor, led to a low molecular weight aminothiazine 5 with moderate activity. Despite its moderate activity, compound 5 demonstrated significant brain Aβ reduction in rodents. The metabolic instability of 5 was overcome by the replacement of the 6-dimethylisoxazole, a metabolic soft spot, with a pyrimidine ring. Thus, truncation of the S3 substituent represents a viable approach to the discovery of orally bioavailable, brain-penetrant BACE1 inhibitors...
September 22, 2016: Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27527912/the-pathophysiology-associated-with-primary-idiopathic-frozen-shoulder-a-systematic-review
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Victoria Ryan, Hazel Brown, Catherine J Minns Lowe, Jeremy S Lewis
BACKGROUND: Frozen shoulder is a common yet poorly understood musculoskeletal condition, which for many, is associated with substantial and protracted morbidity. Understanding the pathology associated with this condition may help to improve management. To date this has not been presented in a systematic fashion. As such, the aim of this review was to summarise the pathological changes associated with this primary frozen shoulder. METHODS: HASH(0x4707e88) DATABASES: Medline, Embase, CINAHL, AMED, BNI and the Cochrane Library, were searched from inception to 2nd May, 2014...
2016: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27524810/development-of-certified-reference-materials-for-diarrhetic-shellfish-poisoning-toxins-part-1-calibration-solutions
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Daniel G Beach, Sheila Crain, Nancy Lewis, Patricia LeBlanc, William R Hardstaff, Ruth A Perez, Sabrina D Giddings, Camilo F Martinez-Farina, Roumiana Stefanova, Ian W Burton, Jane Kilcoyne, Jeremy E Melanson, Michael A Quilliam, Pearse McCarron
Okadaic acid (OA) and its analogs dinophysistoxins-1 (DTX1) and -2 (DTX2) are lipophilic polyethers produced by marine dinoflagellates. These toxins accumulate in shellfish and cause diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP) in humans. Regulatory testing of shellfish is essential to safeguard public health and for international trade. Certified reference materials (CRMs) play a key role in analytical monitoring programs. This paper presents an overview of the interdisciplinary work that went into the planning, production, and certification of calibration-solution CRMs for OA, DTX1, and DTX2...
September 2016: Journal of AOAC International
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27516611/navigating-the-phenotype-frontier-the-monarch-initiative
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Julie A McMurry, Sebastian Köhler, Nicole L Washington, James P Balhoff, Charles Borromeo, Matthew Brush, Seth Carbon, Tom Conlin, Nathan Dunn, Mark Engelstad, Erin Foster, Jean-Philippe Gourdine, Julius O B Jacobsen, Daniel Keith, Bryan Laraway, Jeremy Nguyen Xuan, Kent Shefchek, Nicole A Vasilevsky, Zhou Yuan, Suzanna E Lewis, Harry Hochheiser, Tudor Groza, Damian Smedley, Peter N Robinson, Christopher J Mungall, Melissa A Haendel
The principles of genetics apply across the entire tree of life. At the cellular level we share biological mechanisms with species from which we diverged millions, even billions of years ago. We can exploit this common ancestry to learn about health and disease, by analyzing DNA and protein sequences, but also through the observable outcomes of genetic differences, i.e. phenotypes. To solve challenging disease problems we need to unify the heterogeneous data that relates genomics to disease traits. Without a big-picture view of phenotypic data, many questions in genetics are difficult or impossible to answer...
August 2016: Genetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27479709/development-and-application-of-ultra-performance-liquid-chromatography-tof-ms-for-precision-large-scale-urinary-metabolic-phenotyping
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Matthew R Lewis, Jake T M Pearce, Konstantina Spagou, Martin Green, Anthony C Dona, Ada H Y Yuen, Mark David, David J Berry, Katie Chappell, Verena Horneffer-van der Sluis, Rachel Shaw, Simon Lovestone, Paul Elliott, John Shockcor, John C Lindon, Olivier Cloarec, Zoltan Takats, Elaine Holmes, Jeremy K Nicholson
To better understand the molecular mechanisms underpinning physiological variation in human populations, metabolic phenotyping approaches are increasingly being applied to studies involving hundreds and thousands of biofluid samples. Hyphenated ultra-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS) has become a fundamental tool for this purpose. However, the seemingly inevitable need to analyze large studies in multiple analytical batches for UPLC-MS analysis poses a challenge to data quality which has been recognized in the field...
September 20, 2016: Analytical Chemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27479034/the-public-repository-of-xenografts-enables-discovery-and-randomized-phase-ii-like-trials-in-mice
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Elizabeth C Townsend, Mark A Murakami, Alexandra Christodoulou, Amanda L Christie, Johannes Köster, Tiffany A DeSouza, Elizabeth A Morgan, Scott P Kallgren, Huiyun Liu, Shuo-Chieh Wu, Olivia Plana, Joan Montero, Kristen E Stevenson, Prakash Rao, Raga Vadhi, Michael Andreeff, Philippe Armand, Karen K Ballen, Patrizia Barzaghi-Rinaudo, Sarah Cahill, Rachael A Clark, Vesselina G Cooke, Matthew S Davids, Daniel J DeAngelo, David M Dorfman, Hilary Eaton, Benjamin L Ebert, Julia Etchin, Brant Firestone, David C Fisher, Arnold S Freedman, Ilene A Galinsky, Hui Gao, Jacqueline S Garcia, Francine Garnache-Ottou, Timothy A Graubert, Alejandro Gutierrez, Ensar Halilovic, Marian H Harris, Zachary T Herbert, Steven M Horwitz, Giorgio Inghirami, Andrew M Intlekofer, Moriko Ito, Shai Izraeli, Eric D Jacobsen, Caron A Jacobson, Sébastien Jeay, Irmela Jeremias, Michelle A Kelliher, Raphael Koch, Marina Konopleva, Nadja Kopp, Steven M Kornblau, Andrew L Kung, Thomas S Kupper, Nicole R LeBoeuf, Ann S LaCasce, Emma Lees, Loretta S Li, A Thomas Look, Masato Murakami, Markus Muschen, Donna Neuberg, Samuel Y Ng, Oreofe O Odejide, Stuart H Orkin, Rachel R Paquette, Andrew E Place, Justine E Roderick, Jeremy A Ryan, Stephen E Sallan, Brent Shoji, Lewis B Silverman, Robert J Soiffer, David P Steensma, Kimberly Stegmaier, Richard M Stone, Jerome Tamburini, Aaron R Thorner, Paul van Hummelen, Martha Wadleigh, Marion Wiesmann, Andrew P Weng, Jens U Wuerthner, David A Williams, Bruce M Wollison, Andrew A Lane, Anthony Letai, Monica M Bertagnolli, Jerome Ritz, Myles Brown, Henry Long, Jon C Aster, Margaret A Shipp, James D Griffin, David M Weinstock
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July 11, 2016: Cancer Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27475532/is-thoracic-spine-posture-associated-with-shoulder-pain-range-of-motion-and-function-a-systematic-review
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Eva Barrett, Mary O'Keeffe, Kieran O'Sullivan, Jeremy Lewis, Karen McCreesh
INTRODUCTION: Excessive thoracic kyphosis is considered a predisposing factor for shoulder pain, though there is uncertainty about the nature of the relationship between shoulder pain and thoracic spine posture. The aim of this systematic review was to investigate the relationship between thoracic kyphosis and shoulder pain, shoulder range of motion (ROM) and function. METHODS: Two reviewers independently searched eight electronic databases and identified relevant studies by applying eligibility criteria...
December 2016: Manual Therapy
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