Nov 08, 2016

Austin Digestive System

Gastric Plication for Repeated Gastric Band Prolapse after Endoscopic Treatment: A Case Report

Abstract: Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding (LAGB) is a simple, safe and effective procedure for treating morbid obesity. However, several complications after LAGB have been reported, such as band....

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Journal of Radiation Oncology and Cancer

Environmental Contributors to the Pathogenesis of Chronic Myelocytic Leukemia

Abstract: Chronic myelocytic leukemia (CML), once an invariably fatal disease terminating often in a blastic phase, has been transformed into a chronic disease managed successfully by the continued oral...

Nov 08, 2016

Annals of Hematology & Oncology

Acute Myeloid Leukemia Featuring Extramedullary Disease and Tetrasomy of Chromosome 8

Abstract: A 29-year-old woman who was nine months post-partum presented with sub acute back pain, left lower extremity numbness and weakness, fever and drenching night sweats. A computed tomography...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Biomolecules: Open Access

Applications of Pectin: A Multipurpose Biomolecule

Abstract: In recent decades it was observed a great interest in obtaining new composite materials which have attractive and well adapted functionalities to different technological applications when compared...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Diabetes Research

Risk of Lactic Acidosis in Diabetic Patients Taking Metformin and Who Receive Intravascular Iodinated Contrast Media

Abstract: Due to the large number of patients who develop diabetes mellitus type 2 and the tendency to use radiological methods to avoid invasive procedures, it is becoming increasingly frequent to find patients undergoing metformin treatments...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics

PHB Production in Biofermentors Assisted Through Biosensor Applications

Abstract: PHAs are biodegradable and biocompatible polymers synthesized and accumulated in intracellular compartments in several bacterial species. Recombinant E. coli systems were studied to produce PHB using metabolic...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Immunology

Reestablishment of the Physiologic Tolerogenic Milieu after a Gut Inflammation is Time Dependent

Abstract: Aim: As new foods introduced to an inflamed gut may result in sensitization, our aim was to Assess the time lapse required for recovery of the physiological milieu in order to, once again, develop tolerance to new proteins after a gut...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Journal of Plant Biology

Starting a Plant Virus Department and its Development a Personal Experience – From Test Plants to Molecular Biology

Abstract: Israel (Palestine) before 1918 was part of the Ottoman (Turkish) empire. Most the land was neglected, with some primitive dry farming agriculture (Figure 1). Under the British mandate (1920-1948)...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Occupational Medicine

Proposal for Uniform Framing of Psychological Damage in an Occupational Setting

Abstract: The paper endeavors to identify objective criteria for the qualitative and quantitative classification of mental disorders of forensic interest, and in particular to define a method permitting uniform assessment of psychological...

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Diabetes Research

Diabetes Mellitus an Emerging Silent Killer

Abstract: Diabetes mellitus is one the most dreaded life style disease condition which is spreading as an epidemic across the globe. Large number of individuals who meet the current criteria for diabetes mellitus remain asymptomatic and unaware of having this disorder....

Nov 08, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

A Case of Sjögren’s Syndrome Associated with Only Seropositive Foraquaporin-4 Antibodies without Clinical Evidences of Neuromyelitisoptica

Abstract: Neuromyelitisoptica (NMO) is characterized by optic neuritis and longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis. With the recent discovery of an antibody to aquaporin-4 (NMO-IgG) which has high sensitivity and specificity....

Nov 08, 2016

Gerontology & Geriatrics: Research

A Quality of Care Evaluation of a Care Delivery Model for Resident Care

Abstract: Residential care facilities are an important option for adults who require 24 hour nursing care. Providing Quality of Care (QoC) to older adults in these settings is an ongoing challenge given the increasingly complex needs of this population...

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