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Reply to Sürme and Balkan.

Amanda Sanders, William Agger, Alicia Gray, Cathy Fischer, Elizabeth Kamprud,

Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis (Diagnostic microbiology and infectious disease)
[2020, 96(3):114951]

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Use of hair nets and face masks to decrease blood culture contamination rates.

Amanda M Sanders, William A Agger, Alicia M Gray, Cathy Mikkelson Fischer, Elizabeth A Kamprud,

Owing to a persistently high blood culture contamination rate of 3.2% exceeding the target rate of <3%, a midwestern United States hospital began a series of 3 additive interventions. After collecting phlebotomist data for approximately 3 months, reporting of individual contamination rates commenced. A specialized trainer reeducated staff with high rates, ... Read more >>

Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis (Diagnostic microbiology and infectious disease)
[2019, 95(1):15-19]

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A role for the microbiome in mother-infant interaction and perinatal depression.

Amanda Sanders, Hannah Rackers, Mary Kimmel,

Perinatal depression is a significant public health problem, due to its negative impact on maternal well-being and long-term adverse effects for children. Mother-infant interaction and maternal responsiveness and sensitivity are a hypothesized mechanism by which perinatal depression effects child development, and increasing research in the microbiota-gut-brain axis may provide a ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2019, 31(3):280-294]

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Tracking the rise of stem cell tourism.

Kirsten A Ryan, Amanda N Sanders, Dong D Wang, Aaron D Levine,

<h4>Aims</h4>Driven by hype surrounding stem cell research, a number of clinics around the world currently offer 'stem cell therapies' to patients. These unproven interventions have attracted policy interest owing to the risks they may pose to patients and to the progress of legitimate translational stem cell research, yet remarkably little ... Read more >>

Regen Med (Regenerative medicine)
[2010, 5(1):27-33]

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Evidence for an important role of protein phosphatases in the mechanism of morphine tolerance.

Bichoy H Gabra, Chris P Bailey, Eamonn Kelly, Amanda V Sanders, Graeme Henderson, Forrest L Smith, William L Dewey,

Acute morphine antinociception has been shown to be blocked by very low picogram doses of okadaic acid indicating that inhibition of protein phosphatase PP2A allows for increases in phosphorylation to inhibit antinociception. Comparative studies in morphine tolerant animals have not been reported. In the present study, we showed a significant ... Read more >>

Brain Res (Brain research)
[2007, 1159:86-93]

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