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Tyler R Halle, N Wendell Todd, Jolie Fainberg
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June 2017: International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Liat Samuelov, Qiaoli Li, Ron Bochner, Nicole A Najor, Lauren Albrecht, Natalia Malchin, Tomer Goldsmith, Meital Grafi-Cohen, Dan Vodo, Gilad Fainberg, Benjamin Meilik, Ilan Goldberg, Emily Warshauer, Tova Rogers, Sarah Edie, Akemi Ishida-Yamamoto, Lisa Burzenski, Noam Erez, Steve A Murray, Alan D Irvine, Lenny Shultz, Kathleen J Green, Jouni Uitto, Eli Sprecher, Ofer Sarig
SVEP1 is a recently identified multidomain cell adhesion protein, homologous to the mouse polydom protein, which has been shown to mediate cell-cell adhesion in an integrin-dependent manner in osteogenic cells. In this study, we characterized SVEP1 function in the epidermis. SVEP1 was found by qRT-PCR to be ubiquitously expressed in human tissues, including the skin. Confocal microscopy revealed that SVEP1 is normally mostly expressed in the cytoplasm of basal and suprabasal epidermal cells. Downregulation of SVEP1 expression in primary keratinocytes resulted in decreased expression of major epidermal differentiation markers...
May 2017: Experimental Dermatology
Hernan P Fainberg, Kayleigh L Almond, Dongfang Li, Cyril Rauch, Paul Bikker, Michael E Symonds, Alison Mostyn
BACKGROUND: Maternal diet during pregnancy can modulate skeletal muscle development of the offspring. Previous studies in pigs have indicated that a fat supplemented diet during pregnancy can improve piglet outcome, however, this is in contrast to human studies suggesting adverse effects of saturated fats during pregnancy. This study aimed to investigate the impact of a fat supplemented (palm oil) "high fat" diet on skeletal muscle development in a porcine model. Histological and metabolic features of the biceps femoris muscle obtained from 7-day-old piglets born to sows assigned to either a commercial (C, n = 7) or to an isocaloric fat supplementation diet ("high fat" HF, n = 7) during pregnancy were assessed...
August 27, 2014: BMC Physiology
S P Sebert, N S Dellschaft, L L Y Chan, H Street, M Henry, C Francois, V Sharma, H P Fainberg, N Patel, J Roda, D Keisler, H Budge, M E Symonds
Fetal growth restriction followed by accelerated postnatal growth contributes to impaired metabolic function in adulthood. The extent to which these outcomes may be mediated centrally within the hypothalamus, as opposed to in the periphery within the digestive tract, remains unknown. In a sheep model, we achieved intrauterine growth restriction experimentally by maternal nutrient restriction (R) that involved a 40% reduction in food intake through late gestation. R offspring were then either reared singly to accelerate postnatal growth (RA) or as twins and compared with controls also reared singly...
July 2011: Endocrinology
S P Sébert, M A Hyatt, L L Y Chan, M Yiallourides, H P Fainberg, N Patel, D Sharkey, T Stephenson, S M Rhind, R C Bell, H Budge, D S Gardner, M E Symonds
The recent discovery of an association between body composition, energy intake and the fat mass and obesity-associated (FTO) gene represents a promising new therapeutic target in obesity prevention. In a well, pre-established large animal model, we investigated the regulation of FTO gene expression under conditions either leading to obesity or increased risk of obesity related disorders: i) a sedentary 'Western' lifestyle and ii) prenatal exposure to nutrient restriction. Pregnant sheep were either fed to fully meet their nutritional requirements throughout gestation or 50% of this amount from early-to-mid gestation...
January 2010: Reproduction: the Official Journal of the Society for the Study of Fertility
N Meyer-Vernet, P Couturier, S Hoang, C Perche, J L Steinberg, J Fainberg, C Meetre
Thermal noise spectroscopy was used to measure the density and temperature of the main (cold) electron plasma population during 2 hours (1.5x10(5) kilometers perpendicular to the tail axis) around the point of closest approach of the International Cometary Explorer (ICE) to Comet Giacobini-Zinner. The time resolution was 18 seconds (370 kilometers) in the plasma tail and 54 seconds (1100 kilometers) elsewhere. Near the tail axis, the maximum plasma density was 670 per cubic centimeter and the temperature slightly above 1 electron volt...
April 18, 1986: Science
R G Stone, B M Pedersen, C C Harvey, P Canu, N Cornilleau-Wehrlin, M D Desch, C de Villedary, J Fainberg, W M Farrell, K Goetz, R A Hess, S Hoang, M L Kaiser, P J Kellogg, A Lecacheux, N Lin, R J Macdowall, R Manning, C A Meetre, N Meyer-Vernet, M Moncuquet, V Osherovich, M J Reiner, A Tekle, J Thiessen, P Zarka
The Unified Radio and Plasma Wave (URAP) experiment has produced new observations of the Jupiter environment, owing to the unique capabilities of the instrument and the traversal of high Jovian latitudes. Broad-band continuum radio emission from Jupiter and in situ plasma waves have proved valuable in delineating the magnetospheric boundaries. Simultaneous measurements of electric and magnetic wave fields have yielded new evidence of whistler-mode radiation within the magnetosphere. Observations of aurorallike hiss provided evidence of a Jovian cusp...
September 11, 1992: Science
R G Stone, R J Macdowall, J Fainberg, M L Kaiser, M D Desch, M L Goldstein, S Hoang, J L Bougeret, C C Harvey, R Manning, J L Steinberg, P J Kellogg, N Lin, K Goetz, V A Osherovich, M J Reiner, P Canu, N Cornilleau-Wehrlin, D Lengyel-Frey, G Thejappa
Ulysses spacecraft radio and plasma wave observations indicate that some variations in the intensity and occurrence rate of electric and magnetic wave events are functions of heliographic latitude, distance from the sun, and phase of the solar cycle. At high heliographic latitudes, solartype Ill radio emissions did not descend to the local plasma frequency, in contrast to the emission frequencies of some bursts observed in the ecliptic. Short-duration bursts of electrostatic and electromagnetic waves were often found in association with depressions in magnetic field amplitude, known as magnetic holes...
May 19, 1995: Science
E N Schachter, E Zuskin, S Goswami, V Castranova, U Arumugam, M Whitmer, P Siegel, A Chiarelli, J Fainberg
Mushroom farm workers suffer from respiratory symptoms during the farming of mushrooms. The objective of this study was to analyze the effects of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) extract (OME) on isolated guinea pig tracheal smooth muscle in vitro. Isolated guinea pig tracheal tissue from 27 nonsensitized guinea pigs were studied. The OME was obtained from indoor mushroom growing fields and prepared as a 1:10 w/v aqueous solution. Dose-related contractions of nonsensitized guinea pig trachea were demonstrated using these extracts...
January 2005: Lung
M Bildozola, D Kravetz, J Argonz, G Romero, A Suarez, A Jmelnitzky, M Fainberg, E Fassio, J Berreta, G Romero, G Landeira, H Martinez, A Bosco, M Guevara, J Valero, N Chopita, G Berenstein, R Terg
BACKGROUND: Sclerotherapy is the most widely used method for treatment of acute variceal bleeding. Previous reports have suggested that octreotide infusion is as effective as sclerotherapy. Our aim was to investigate the efficacy and safety of octreotide in comparison with sclerotherapy in controlling variceal bleeding. METHODS: Seventy-six cirrhotic patients were randomized to receive either sclerotherapy (n = 37) or octreotide (n = 39) infusion of 50 microg/h intravenously for 48 h after a bolus of 100 microg, followed by subcutaneous injection of 100 microg/8 h for an additional 72 h...
April 2000: Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology
N N Kanshin, A V Volenko, A V Nikolaev, K A Faĭnberg, L M Edzer, V P Grigor'evskiĭ
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1984: Sovetskaia Meditsina
E N Vantsian, R A Toshchakov, K A Faĭnberg
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March 1965: Khirurgiia
M G Faĭnberg, N S Vaĭnberg
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December 1967: Klinicheskaia Meditsina
V I Burakovskiĭ, A D Levant, V V Aleksi-Meskhishvili, I N Iaroshinskiĭ, M A Faĭnberg
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November 1971: Grudnaia Khirurgiia
V D Kartseva, I S Faĭnberg, B P Bruks, I E Davydova, N G Kruzhkova
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 1973: Antibiotiki
N N Kanshin, A L Bystritskiĭ, S I Iakovlev, K A Faĭnberg, V M Ledeneva
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
January 1987: Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova
A L Bystritskiĭ, K A Fainberg, L N Golubev, V M Ledeneva
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1986: Sovetskaia Meditsina
N N Kanshin, S I Iakovlev, K A Faĭnberg
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October 1987: Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova
N N Kanshin, A V Volenko, K A Faĭnberg, Ch S Germanovich, V V Pometun
The incidence of hospital and posthospital wound complications was studied in 236 patients, residents of Zelonograd, who underwent operation for acute appendicitis. The material was collected at City Hospital No. 3 and four out-patient clinics of Zelenograd. The incidence of suppuration of the surgical wound in the hospital period was 13.1%, that of nonpurulent complications was 9.3%, and the total incidence of the wound complications was 22.4%. In the posthospital period additional suppuration of wounds was encountered in 23...
September 1991: Khirurgiia
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