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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23015022/topiramate-maculopathy
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William Gualtieri, Jan Janula
UNLABELLED: The purpose of this study is to present the first case of a pure 'topiramate maculopathy' without acute glaucoma and/or myopia, which form the classical syndrome. DESIGN: Interventional/observational case report. SETTING: Institutional University Teaching Hospital. PATIENT: A 22-year-old American female, after taking 100 mg of topiramate (Topamax®) a day for 6 days because of a migraine attack, complained of severe visual acuity deterioration of sudden onset in both eyes, regardless of distance (far or near), during the span of 1 day...
February 2013: International Ophthalmology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21152154/topiramate-for-hyperphagia-associated-with-a-third-ventricle-mass
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Alejandra Postlethwaite, Bernardo Ng
Hypothalamic control of eating functions can be affected by different physiopathologic events or injuries. A case report of an individual with a mass in the third ventricle is presented. Neuropsychiatric manifestations included hyperphagia, agitation, and cognitive impairment. Pharmacological intervention with topiramate (Topomax(®), Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals) helped the hyperphagia and agitation better than other agents tried. Possible mechanisms of action of this agent are discussed.
June 2005: Psychiatry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17065464/topofit-db-a-database-of-protein-structural-alignments-based-on-the-topofit-method
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Chesley M Leslin, Alexej Abyzov, Valentin A Ilyin
TOPOFIT-DB (T-DB) is a public web-based database of protein structural alignments based on the TOPOFIT method, providing a comprehensive resource for comparative analysis of protein structure families. The TOPOFIT method is based on the discovery of a saturation point on the alignment curve (topomax point) which presents an ability to objectively identify a border between common and variable parts in a protein structural family, providing additional insight into protein comparison and functional annotation...
January 2007: Nucleic Acids Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15215530/structural-alignment-of-proteins-by-a-novel-topofit-method-as-a-superimposition-of-common-volumes-at-a-topomax-point
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Valentin A Ilyin, Alexej Abyzov, Chesley M Leslin
Similarity of protein structures has been analyzed using three-dimensional Delaunay triangulation patterns derived from the backbone representation. It has been found that structurally related proteins have a common spatial invariant part, a set of tetrahedrons, mathematically described as a common spatial subgraph volume of the three-dimensional contact graph derived from Delaunay tessellation (DT). Based on this property of protein structures, we present a novel common volume superimposition (TOPOFIT) method to produce structural alignments...
July 2004: Protein Science: a Publication of the Protein Society
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