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Microbiome Understanding in Maternity Study (MUMS), an Australian prospective longitudinal cohort study of maternal and infant microbiota: study protocol.

Daniella Susic, Gregory Davis, Anthony J O' Sullivan, Emily McGovern, Katie Harris, Lynne M Roberts, Maria E Craig, George Mangos, Georgina L Hold, Emad M El-Omar, Amanda Henry,

INTRODUCTION:Pregnancy induces significant physiological and cardiometabolic changes, and is associated with alterations in the maternal microbiota. Increasing rates of prepregnancy obesity, metabolic abnormalities and reduced physical activity, all impact negatively on the microbiota causing an imbalance between the commensal microorganisms (termed dysbiosis), which may drive complications, such as gestational diabetes ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(9):e040189]

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Towards a Sampling Rationale for African Swine Fever Virus Detection in Pork Products.

John Flannery, Rebecca Moore, Laura Marsella, Katie Harris, Martin Ashby, Paulina Rajko-Nenow, Helen Roberts, Simon Gubbins, Carrie Batten,

African swine fever (ASF) is a highly lethal disease of pigs caused by the ASF virus (ASFV), which presents a serious threat to global food security. The movement of contaminated pork products has previously been postulated as contributing to the introduction of ASF into new areas. To evaluate the performance ... Read more >>

Foods (Foods (Basel, Switzerland))
[2020, 9(9):]

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Community-based interventions for detection and management of diabetes and hypertension in underserved communities: a mixed-methods evaluation in Brazil, India, South Africa and the USA.

Luisa S Flor, Shelley Wilson, Paurvi Bhatt, Miranda Bryant, Aaron Burnett, Joseph N Camarda, Vasudha Chakravarthy, Chandrashekhar Chandrashekhar, Nayanjeet Chaudhury, Christiane Cimini, Danny V Colombara, Haricharan Conjeevaram Narayanan, Matheus Lopes Cortes, Krycia Cowling, Jessica Daly, Herbert Duber, Vinayakan Ellath Kavinkare, Patrick Endlich, Nancy Fullman, Rose Gabert, Thomas Glucksman, Katie Panhorst Harris, Maria Angela Loguercio Bouskela, Junia Maia, Charlie Mandile, Milena S Marcolino, Susan Marshall, Claire R McNellan, Danielle Souto de Medeiros, Sóstenes Mistro, Vasudha Mulakaluri, Jennifer Murphree, Marie Ng, J A Q Oliveira, Márcio Galvão Oliveira, Bryan Phillips, Vânia Pinto, Tara Polzer Ngwato, Tia Radant, Marissa B Reitsma, Antonio Luiz Ribeiro, Gregory Roth, Davi Rumel, Gaurav Sethi, Daniela Arruda Soares, Tsega Tamene, Blake Thomson, Harsha Tomar, Mark Thomaz Ugliara Barone, Sameer Valsangkar, Alexandra Wollum, Emmanuela Gakidou,

INTRODUCTION:As non-communicable disease (NCD) burden rises worldwide, community-based programmes are a promising strategy to bridge gaps in NCD care. The HealthRise programme sought to improve hypertension and diabetes management for underserved communities in nine sites across Brazil, India, South Africa and the USA between 2016 and 2018. This study presents ... Read more >>

BMJ Glob Health (BMJ global health)
[2020, 5(6):]

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Plasma fatty acids and the risk of vascular disease and mortality outcomes in individuals with type 2 diabetes: results from the ADVANCE study.

Katie Harris, Megumi Oshima, Naveed Sattar, Peter Würtz, Min Jun, Paul Welsh, Pavel Hamet, Stephen Harrap, Neil Poulter, John Chalmers, Mark Woodward,

AIMS/HYPOTHESIS:This biomarker study aimed to quantify the association of essential and other plasma fatty acid biomarkers with macrovascular disease, microvascular disease and death in individuals with type 2 diabetes. METHODS:A case-cohort study (N = 3576), including 654 macrovascular events, 341 microvascular events and 631 deaths during 5 years of (median) follow-up, was undertaken ... Read more >>

Diabetologia (Diabetologia)
[2020, 63(8):1637-1647]

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What factors could influence physicians' management of women of childbearing age with chronic inflammatory disease? A systematic review of behavioural determinants of clinical inertia.

Catherine Nelson-Piercy, Ivo Vlaev, Katie Harris, Rebecca Fischer-Betz,

BACKGROUND:Pregnancy represents a complex challenge to clinicians treating women with chronic inflammatory disease. Many clinicians face a situation of heightened sensitivity to the potential risks and uncertainties associated with the effect of pharmacological treatment on pregnancy outcomes. This may create an environment vulnerable to clinical inertia, whereby behavioural factors such ... Read more >>

BMC Health Serv Res (BMC health services research)
[2019, 19(1):863]

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The number of oocytes associated with maximum cumulative live birth rates per aspiration depends on female age: a population study of 221 221 treatment cycles.

Yin Jun Law, Ning Zhang, Christos A Venetis, Georgina M Chambers, Katie Harris,

STUDY QUESTION:What is the number of oocytes where the maximum cumulative live birth rate per aspiration (CLBR) is observed during ART in women of different ages? SUMMARY ANSWER:The maximum CLBR was observed when around 25 oocytes were retrieved in women between 18-35 years of age, around 9 oocytes in women more ... Read more >>

Hum Reprod (Human reproduction (Oxford, England))
[2019, 34(9):1778-1787]

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Noble gas neuroprotection: xenon and argon protect against hypoxic-ischaemic injury in rat hippocampus in vitro via distinct mechanisms.

Mariia Koziakova, Katie Harris, Christopher J Edge, Nicholas P Franks, Ian L White, Robert Dickinson,

BACKGROUND:Noble gases may provide novel treatments for neurological injuries such as ischaemic and traumatic brain injury. Few studies have evaluated the complete series of noble gases under identical conditions in the same model. METHODS:We used an in vitro model of hypoxia-ischaemia to evaluate the neuroprotective properties of the series of noble ... Read more >>

Br J Anaesth (British journal of anaesthesia)
[2019, 123(5):601-609]

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The "All of Us" Research Program.

, Joshua C Denny, Joni L Rutter, David B Goldstein, Anthony Philippakis, Jordan W Smoller, Gwynne Jenkins, Eric Dishman,

Knowledge gained from observational cohort studies has dramatically advanced the prevention and treatment of diseases. Many of these cohorts, however, are small, lack diversity, or do not provide comprehensive phenotype data. The All of Us Research Program plans to enroll a diverse group of at least 1 million persons in ... Read more >>

N Engl J Med (The New England journal of medicine)
[2019, 381(7):668-676]

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A Novel In Vitro Model of Blast Traumatic Brain Injury.

Rita Campos-Pires, Amina Yonis, Warren Macdonald, Katie Harris, Christopher J Edge, Peter F Mahoney, Robert Dickinson,

Traumatic brain injury is a leading cause of death and disability in military and civilian populations. Blast traumatic brain injury results from the detonation of explosive devices, however, the mechanisms that underlie the brain damage resulting from blast overpressure exposure are not entirely understood and are believed to be unique ... Read more >>

J Vis Exp (Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE)
[2018, (142):]

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Vascular measures of atherosclerosis in detrusor overactivity and controls.

Todd Ladanchuk, Seojung Kwak, Lucy Bates, Katrina Parkin, Katie Harris, Oisin Fitzgerald, William Lynch, Kate H Moore,

AIM:The mechanisms leading to the development of detrusor overactivity (DO) are still relatively poorly understood, however, animal studies suggest that atherosclerosis and reduced blood flow to the bladder may be one etiological pathway. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate signs of atherosclerosis in a large cohort of ... Read more >>

Neurourol Urodyn (Neurourology and urodynamics)
[2018, 37(8):2827-2832]

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Xenon Protects against Blast-Induced Traumatic Brain Injury in an In Vitro Model.

Rita Campos-Pires, Mariia Koziakova, Amina Yonis, Ashni Pau, Warren Macdonald, Katie Harris, Christopher J Edge, Nicholas P Franks, Peter F Mahoney, Robert Dickinson,

The aim of this study was to evaluate the neuroprotective efficacy of the inert gas xenon as a treatment for patients with blast-induced traumatic brain injury in an in vitro laboratory model. We developed a novel blast traumatic brain injury model using C57BL/6N mouse organotypic hippocampal brain-slice cultures exposed to ... Read more >>

J. Neurotrauma (Journal of neurotrauma)
[2018, 35(8):1037-1044]

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Assisted reproductive technology in Australia and New Zealand: cumulative live birth rates as measures of success.

Georgina M Chambers, Repon C Paul, Katie Harris, Oisin Fitzgerald, Clare V Boothroyd, Luk Rombauts, Michael G Chapman, Louisa Jorm,

OBJECTIVES:To estimate cumulative live birth rates (CLBRs) following repeated assisted reproductive technology (ART) ovarian stimulation cycles, including all fresh and frozen/thaw embryo transfers (complete cycles). DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS:Prospective follow-up of 56 652 women commencing ART in Australian and New Zealand during 2009-2012, and followed until 2014 or the first ... Read more >>

Med J Aust (The Medical journal of Australia)
[2017, 207(3):114-118]

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Effects of Delay Duration on the WMS Logical Memory Performance of Older Adults with Probable Alzheimer's Disease, Probable Vascular Dementia, and Normal Cognition.

Valencia Montgomery, Katie Harris, Anthony Stabler, Lisa H Lu,

To examine how the duration of time delay between Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS) Logical Memory I and Logical Memory II (LM) affected participants' recall performance.There are 46,146 total Logical Memory administrations to participants diagnosed with either Alzheimer's disease (AD), vascular dementia (VaD), or normal cognition in the National Alzheimer's Disease ... Read more >>

Arch Clin Neuropsychol (Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists)
[2017, 32(3):375-380]

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Translating benefits of exercise on depression for youth with autism spectrum disorder and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Eve Spratt, Mary Ashley Mercer, Allie Grimes, Carrie Papa, Jessa Norton, Alexandra Serpe, Martina Mueller, Mark Eckert, Katie Harris, Lee Blackmon, James Durant, Janis Newton,

Young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are at increased risk of poor health and depressive symptoms due to difficulty with communication, limited interests, sensory deficits, and sedentary lifestyles. The Piece It Together program was developed to provide socialization and wellness goals for teens and young adults with ASD and ... Read more >>

J Psychol Psychiatr (Journal of psychology and psychiatry)
[2018, 2:]

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Socio-economic disparities in access to assisted reproductive technologies in Australia.

Katie Harris, Hugh Burley, Robert McLachlan, Mark Bowman, Alan Macaldowie, Kate Taylor, Michael Chapman, Georgina Mary Chambers,

Women from disadvantaged socio-economic groups access assisted reproductive technology treatment less than women from more advantaged groups. However, women from disadvantaged groups tend to start families younger, making them less likely to suffer from age-related subfertility and potentially have less need for fertility treatment. Whether socio-economic disparities in access to ... Read more >>

Reprod Biomed Online (Reproductive biomedicine online)
[2016, 33(5):575-584]

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Neuroprotection against traumatic brain injury by xenon, but not argon, is mediated by inhibition at the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor glycine site.

Katie Harris, Scott P Armstrong, Rita Campos-Pires, Louise Kiru, Nicholas P Franks, Robert Dickinson,

Xenon, the inert anesthetic gas, is neuroprotective in models of brain injury. The authors investigate the neuroprotective mechanisms of the inert gases such as xenon, argon, krypton, neon, and helium in an in vitro model of traumatic brain injury.The authors use an in vitro model using mouse organotypic hippocampal brain ... Read more >>

Anesthesiology (Anesthesiology)
[2013, 119(5):1137-1148]

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Functional data analysis applied to a randomized controlled clinical trial in hemodialysis patients describes the variability of patient responses in the control of renal anemia.

Robert M West, Katie Harris, Mark S Gilthorpe, Cae Tolman, Eric J Will,

The achievement of desirable hemoglobin levels in renal anemia that is treated with epoetins is often incomplete and subject to much variation of outcome values and applied dosage. The further development of clinical decision support for renal anemia requires the characterization of patient responses and an analysis of the dynamics ... Read more >>

J Am Soc Nephrol (Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN)
[2007, 18(8):2371-2376]

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Assessing serum cytokine profiles in breast cancer patients receiving a HER2/neu vaccine using Luminex technology.

Zia A Dehqanzada, Catherine E Storrer, Matthew T Hueman, Rebecca J Foley, Katie A Harris, Yusuf H Jama, Craig D Shriver, Sathibalan Ponniah, George E Peoples,

We used the Luminex assay to compare serum cytokine profiles of breast cancer patients (BCa) to healthy controls, node-positive (NP) patients to node-negative (NN), and pre- and post-vaccination serum of BCa vaccinated with a HER2/neu E75 peptide vaccine. Sera from 36 pre- and post-vaccination BCa, (12 NP and 24 NN) ... Read more >>

Oncol. Rep. (Oncology reports)
[2007, 17(3):687-694]

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Evaluation of the HER2/neu-derived peptide GP2 for use in a peptide-based breast cancer vaccine trial.

Elizabeth A Mittendorf, Catherine E Storrer, Rebecca J Foley, Katie Harris, Yusuf Jama, Craig D Shriver, Sathibalan Ponniah, George E Peoples,

BACKGROUND: E75 and GP2 are human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-A2-restricted immunogenic peptides derived from the HER2/neu protein. In a E75 peptide-based vaccine trial, preexisting immunity and epitope spreading to GP2 was detected. The purpose of this study was to further investigate GP2 for potential use in vaccination strategies. Importantly, a naturally ... Read more >>

Cancer (Cancer)
[2006, 106(11):2309-2317]

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Correlations between serum monocyte chemotactic protein-1 levels, clinical prognostic factors, and HER-2/neu vaccine-related immunity in breast cancer patients.

Zia A Dehqanzada, Catherine E Storrer, Matthew T Hueman, Rebecca J Foley, Katie A Harris, Yusuf H Jama, Tzu-Cheg Kao, Craig D Shriver, Sathibalan Ponniah, George E Peoples,

PURPOSE: We studied serum monocyte chemotactic protein-1 (MCP-1) levels in breast cancer patients in relationship to their clinicopathologic variables and immune response to a /neu E75 vaccine. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: We measured MCP-1 levels in 32 /neu(+) breast cancer patients before and after vaccination with a /neu E75 peptide + granulocyte ... Read more >>

Clin. Cancer Res. (Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research)
[2006, 12(2):478-486]

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Thalidomide modulates nuclear redox status and preferentially depletes glutathione in rabbit limb versus rat limb.

Jason M Hansen, Katie K Harris, Martin A Philbert, Craig Harris,

Thalidomide produces numerous birth defects, the most notable being phocomelia. Mechanisms behind thalidomide-induced malformations have not been fully elucidated, although recent evidence suggests a role for reactive oxygen species. A thalidomide-resistant (rat) and -sensitive (rabbit) species were used to compare potential inherent differences related to oxidative stress that may provide ... Read more >>

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. (The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics)
[2002, 300(3):768-776]

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