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Wei Diao, Jinali Patel, Melanie Snitzer, Michael Pond, Michael P Rabinowitz, Guadalupe Ceron, Krystal Bagley, Korinne Dennis, Rachel Weiner, Sarah Martinez-Helfman, Kathleen Santa Maria, Brian Burke, William B Aultman, Alex V Levin
PURPOSE: To investigate the potential of a mobile ophthalmic unit in the schoolyard to improve the follow-up rate for children who have failed an optometric in-school screening program. Previously, the optometric program made referrals to the center and only 53% of students attended the desired ophthalmology consultation. METHODS: This was a cohort study of students conducted in elementary school lots in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities. The mobile ophthalmic unit visited schools where students with parental consent who needed examination had been identified by an in-school optometric vision care program...
August 1, 2016: Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Bruce N Bagley, Thomas M Keane, Vilena I Maklakova, Jonathon G Marshall, Rachael A Lester, Michelle M Cancel, Alex R Paulsen, Laura E Bendzick, Raha A Been, Scott C Kogan, Robert T Cormier, Christina Kendziorski, David J Adams, Lara S Collier
Here we report the isolation of a murine model for heritable T cell lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma (T-ALL) called Spontaneous dominant leukemia (Sdl). Sdl heterozygous mice develop disease with a short latency and high penetrance, while mice homozygous for the mutation die early during embryonic development. Sdl mice exhibit an increase in the frequency of micronucleated reticulocytes, and T-ALLs from Sdl mice harbor small amplifications and deletions, including activating deletions at the Notch1 locus. Using exome sequencing it was determined that Sdl mice harbor a spontaneously acquired mutation in Mcm4 (Mcm4(D573H))...
2012: PLoS Genetics
Peter S Zilm, Alex Mira, Christopher J Bagley, Anthony H Rogers
Fusobacterium nucleatum is a Gram-negative anaerobic organism that plays a central role in the development of periodontal diseases. The progression of periodontitis is associated with a rise in pH of the gingival sulcus which promotes the growth and expression of virulence factors by periodontopathic bacteria. We have previously reported that the expression of specific cytoplasmic proteins is altered by a shift in growth pH. In the present study we have compared cell envelope protein expression of F. nucleatum during chemostat growth at pH 7...
June 2010: Microbiology
Alex Doyle, Rebeca Martín-García, Arthur T Coulton, Steve Bagley, Daniel P Mulvihill
Class V myosins are dimeric actin-associated motor proteins that deliver cellular cargoes to discrete cellular locations. Fission yeast possess two class V myosins, Myo51 and Myo52. Although Myo52 has been shown to have roles in vacuole distribution, cytokinesis and cell growth, Myo51 has no as yet discernible function in the vegetative life cycle. Here, we uncover distinct functions for this motor protein during mating and meiosis. Not only does Myo51 transiently localise to a foci at the site of cell fusion upon conjugation, but overexpression of the Myo51 globular tail also leads to disruption of cell fusion...
December 1, 2009: Journal of Cell Science
Ronnie R Cummings, Steven C Bagley, Saba Syed, Natalie Dong, Alex Lin
We report a case of Hashimoto's encephalopathy with detailed neuropsychological testing before, during and after steroid treatment, allowing a more precise characterization of the deficits and their response to treatment. It highlights that behavioral and psychotic symptoms remit before cognitive deficits and suggests that the latter may be more appropriate for guiding the duration of steroid treatment.
May 2007: General Hospital Psychiatry
Dos D Sarbassov, Siraj M Ali, Shomit Sengupta, Joon-Ho Sheen, Peggy P Hsu, Alex F Bagley, Andrew L Markhard, David M Sabatini
The drug rapamycin has important uses in oncology, cardiology, and transplantation medicine, but its clinically relevant molecular effects are not understood. When bound to FKBP12, rapamycin interacts with and inhibits the kinase activity of a multiprotein complex composed of mTOR, mLST8, and raptor (mTORC1). The distinct complex of mTOR, mLST8, and rictor (mTORC2) does not interact with FKBP12-rapamycin and is not thought to be rapamycin sensitive. mTORC2 phosphorylates and activates Akt/PKB, a key regulator of cell survival...
April 21, 2006: Molecular Cell
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