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4D formation of human embryonic forelimb musculature.

Susan Wilde, Eleanor M Feneck, Timothy J Mohun, Malcolm P O Logan,

The size, shape and insertion sites of muscles enable them to carry out their precise functions in moving and supporting the skeleton. Although forelimb anatomy is well described, much less is known about the embryonic events that ensure individual muscles reach their mature form. A description of human forelimb muscle ... Read more >>

Development (Development (Cambridge, England))
[2020, :]

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A developmental basis for the anatomical diversity of dermis in homeostasis and wound repair.

Ivy Usansky, Patrycja Jaworska, Ludovica Asti, Fiona N Kenny, Carl Hobbs, Vasiliki Sofra, Hanfei Song, Malcolm Logan, Anthony Graham, Tanya J Shaw,

The dermis has disparate embryonic origins; abdominal dermis develops from lateral plate mesoderm, dorsal dermis from paraxial mesoderm, and facial dermis from neural crest. However, the cell and molecular differences and their functional implications have not been described. We hypothesise that the embryonic origin of the dermis underpins regional characteristics ... Read more >>

J Pathol (The Journal of pathology)
[2020, :]

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A Semi-quantitative method for the detection of fentanyl using surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) with a handheld Raman instrument.

Matthew Smith, Mike Logan, Mikaela Bazley, Joanne Blanchfield, Robert Stokes, Ana Blanco, Rachel McGee,

A handheld, spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) system was successfully used to obtain Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) spectra of fentanyl under simulated field conditions. A series of aqueous fentanyl solutions were prepared with commercially available gold nanoparticle solution, at concentrations ranging from 0.003 to 1697 μM. These SERS spectra were then ... Read more >>

J Forensic Sci (Journal of forensic sciences)
[2020, :]

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Hurricane Evacuation Laws in Eight Southern U.S. Coastal States - December 2018.

Judy Kruger, Michael J Smith, Brenda Chen, Brandon Paetznick, Belen Moran Bradley, Rosa Abraha, Marinda Logan, Erich R Chang, Gregory Sunshine, Sandra Romero-Steiner,

National Preparedness month is observed every September as a public service reminder of the importance of personal and community preparedness for all events; it coincides with the peak of the hurricane season in the United States. Severe storms and hurricanes can have long-lasting effects at all community levels. Persons who ... Read more >>

MMWR Morb. Mortal. Wkly. Rep. (MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report)
[2020, 69(36):1233-1237]

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Genetic Constraints, Transcriptome Plasticity, and the Evolutionary Response to Climate Change.

Michael L Logan, Christian L Cox,

In situ adaptation to climate change will be critical for the persistence of many ectotherm species due to their relative lack of dispersal capacity. Climate change is causing increases in both the mean and the variance of environmental temperature, each of which may act as agents of selection on different ... Read more >>

Front Genet (Frontiers in genetics)
[2020, 11:538226]

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Synthesis of di- and triacrylamides with tertiary amine cores and their evaluation as monomers in dental adhesive interfaces.

A P P Fugolin, Oscar Navarro, Matthew G Logan, Vincent Huynh, Cristiane M França, Jack L Ferracane, Carmem S Pfeifer,

PURPOSE/AIM:In an attempt to increase the service life of dental adhesive interfaces, more hydrolytically and enzymatically-stable methacrylate alternatives, such as methacrylamides, have been proposed. The aim of this study was to investigate polymerization behavior, as well as mechanical and biological properties of experimental adhesives containing multi-functional acrylamides. MATERIALS AND METHODS:Multi-functional ... Read more >>

Acta Biomater (Acta biomaterialia)
[2020, 115:148-159]

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Expert Consensus on Currently Accepted Measures of Harm.

Merranda S Logan, Laura C Myers, Hojjat Salmasian, David Michael Levine, Christopher G Roy, Mark E Reynolds, Luke Sato, Carol Keohane, Michelle L Frits, Lynn A Volk, Ruth N Akindele, Juliette M Randazza, Sevan M Dulgarian, David M Shahian, David Westfall Bates, Elizabeth Mort,

BACKGROUND:Twenty-five years after the seminal work of the Harvard Medical Practice Study, the numbers and specific types of health care measures of harm have evolved and expanded. Using the World Café method to derive expert consensus, we sought to generate a contemporary list of triggers and adverse event measures that ... Read more >>

J Patient Saf (Journal of patient safety)
[2020, :]

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Optimal Timing of CT Scanning in the Rapid Access Lung Cancer Clinic.

M Hennessy, D Ryan, S Clarke, C Higgins, M Logan, E O’Brien, R Morgan,

Aims To investigate whether a ‘CT first’ approach to Rapid Access Lung Cancer Clinic (RALC) review could be feasible in an Irish context. Methods A retrospective review of our institution’s Lung Cancer Database was performed. All RALC first attendances from 2012-2018 were identified. Timing of CT was assessed as well ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2020, 113(7):121]

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Ectoparasite extinction in simplified lizard assemblages during experimental island invasion.

Christian L Cox, Sean Alexander, Brianna Casement, Albert K Chung, John David Curlis, Zachariah Degon, Madeline Dubois, Cleo Falvey, Zackary A Graham, Edita Folfas, Maria A Gallegos Koyner, Lauren K Neel, Daniel J Nicholson, Dylan J Padilla Perez, Xochitl Ortiz-Ross, Adam A Rosso, Quinn Taylor, Timothy J Thurman, Claire E Williams, W Owen McMillan, Michael L Logan,

Introduced species can become invasive, damaging ecosystems and disrupting economies through explosive population growth. One mechanism underlying population expansion in invasive populations is 'enemy release', whereby the invader experiences relaxation of agonistic interactions with other species, including parasites. However, direct observational evidence of release from parasitism during invasion is rare. ... Read more >>

Biol Lett (Biology letters)
[2020, 16(8):20200474]

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Development of the coral index, a summary of coral reef resilience as a guide for management.

Angus Thompson, Katherine Martin, Murray Logan,

Coral reef management is increasingly focused on supporting the resilience of coral communities to increasing and cumulative pressures. The coral index provides a concise summary of coral community resilience that can be efficiently communicated to a range of management and policy stakeholders. We detail the development of the index both ... Read more >>

J Environ Manage (Journal of environmental management)
[2020, 271:111038]

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Methacrylamide-methacrylate hybrid monomers for dental applications.

Ana P Fugolin, Steven Lewis, Matthew G Logan, Jack L Ferracane, Carmem S Pfeifer,

OBJECTIVES:The susceptibility of methacrylates to hydrolytic and enzymatic degradation may be a contributing factor limiting the clinical lifespan of resin composite restorations. The elimination of labile ester bonds is a potential advantage of methacrylamides, which have been shown to produce more stable restorative interfaces. The rationale of this study is ... Read more >>

Dent Mater (Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials)
[2020, 36(8):1028-1037]

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Interdisciplinary Patient Tracers: Routine, Systematic Safety Surveillance.

Merranda Logan, Claire Seguin, Colleen Snydeman, Jana Deen, Xiu Liu, David Shahian, Elizabeth Mort,

Patient tracers and leadership WalkRounds proactively identify quality and safety issues. However, these programs have been inconsistent in application, results, and sustainability. The goal was to identify a more consistent and efficient approach to survey health care facilities. The authors developed a Peer-to-Peer Interdisciplinary Patient Tracer program to assess compliance ... Read more >>

Am J Med Qual (American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality)
[2020, :1062860620929306]

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Parental Discipline and Child Psychosocial Outcomes in Iraq and Kurdistan: Evidence From a Nationally Representative Sample.

Matthew William Logan, Paul-Philippe Pare, Brandon Dulisse,

Few empirical studies have been conducted on populations in the Middle-East, particularly in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan, regarding the relationships between the type of discipline used by caregivers and its subsequent effect on children. Our analyses, which are based on data from the Iraq Multi-Cluster Survey 2018, replicate the prior ... Read more >>

J Interpers Violence (Journal of interpersonal violence)
[2020, :886260520922343]

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Analysis of 61 exclusive enteral nutrition formulas used in the management of active Crohn's disease-new insights into dietary disease triggers.

Michael Logan, Konstantinos Gkikas, Vaios Svolos, Ben Nichols, Simon Milling, Daniel R Gaya, John Paul Seenan, Jonathan Macdonald, Richard Hansen, Umer Z Ijaz, Richard K Russell, Konstantinos Gerasimidis,

BACKGROUND:Exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN) is an effective treatment for Crohn's disease. AIMS:To investigate the hypothesis that ingredients of EEN formulas are unlikely to initiate a disease flare and that their dietary elimination is not essential for disease amelioration. METHODS:We performed compositional analysis of EEN formulas with evidence of efficacy in ... Read more >>

Aliment. Pharmacol. Ther. (Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics)
[2020, 51(10):935-947]

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Individual Limb Muscle Bundles Are Formed through Progressive Steps Orchestrated by Adjacent Connective Tissue Cells during Primary Myogenesis.

Laurianne Besse, Caroline J Sheeba, Mark Holt, Maurice Labuhn, Susan Wilde, Eleanor Feneck, Donald Bell, Ania Kucharska, Malcolm P O Logan,

Although the factors regulating muscle cell differentiation are well described, we know very little about how differentiating muscle fibers are organized into individual muscle tissue bundles. Disruption of these processes leads to muscle hypoplasia or dysplasia, and replicating these events is vital in tissue engineering approaches. We describe the progressive ... Read more >>

Cell Rep (Cell reports)
[2020, 30(10):3552-3565.e6]

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The Role of Retinoic Acid in Establishing the Early Limb Bud.

Eleanor Feneck, Malcolm Logan,

Retinoic acid (RA) was one of the first molecules in the modern era of experimental embryology to be shown capable of generating profound effects on limb development. In this review, we focus on the earliest events of limb development and specifically on the role of RA in establishing the domain ... Read more >>

Biomolecules (Biomolecules)
[2020, 10(2):]

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Congenital left common carotid artery absence with internal and external carotid aberrancy.

Meryl S Logan, David L Dawson,

J Vasc Surg Cases Innov Tech (Journal of vascular surgery cases and innovative techniques)
[2020, 6(1):55]

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Effect of the photoinitiator system on the polymerization of secondary methacrylamides of systematically varied structure for dental adhesive applications.

L M Barcelos, M G Borges, C J Soares, M S Menezes, V Huynh, M G Logan, A P P Fugolin, C S Pfeifer,

OBJECTIVE:The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of the photoinitiator system on the polymerization kinetics of methacrylamide-based monomers as alternatives to methacrylates in adhesives dental-based materials. METHODS:In total, 16 groups were tested. Monofunctional monomers (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) - HEMA; (2-hydroxy-1-ethyl methacrylate) -2EMATE, (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylamide) - HEMAM; and (N-(1-hydroxybutan-2-yl) ... Read more >>

Dent Mater (Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials)
[2020, 36(3):468-477]

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Limitation in Controlling the Morphology of Mammalian Vero Cells Induced by Cell Division on Asymmetric Tungsten-Silicon Oxide Nanocomposite.

Hassan I Moussa, Wing Y Chan, Megan Logan, Marc G Aucoin, Ting Y Tsui,

Engineered nanomaterials are often used in tissue engineering applications to influence and manipulate the behavior of cells. Recently, a number of tungsten-silicon oxide nanocomposite devices containing equal width (symmetric) tungsten and silicon oxide parallel line comb structures were developed and used by our group. The devices induced over 90% of ... Read more >>

Materials (Basel) (Materials (Basel, Switzerland))
[2020, 13(2):]

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Pore-Steric Photocatalytic Enhancement in Isoreticular Rod-Packed Titania Metal-Organic Frameworks

Demetrius Vazquez, Matthew W. Logan, Zhihengyu Chen, Nijamudheen Abdulrahiman, Wesley Newsome, Gisselle Pombar, James K. Harper, Jose Mendoza-Cortes, Karena Chapman, Fernando Uribe-Romo,

Titania metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are attractive materials for noble-metal-free heterogeneous photocatalysis because of their tunable photoredox activity. In this work, we present the effect of decreased pore-steric interference in photocatalysis by creating a new series of MOFs via isoreticular expansion. These new UCFMOFs pack in a hex rod net, are ... Read more >>

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In Vivo Analysis of Glial Immune Responses to Axon Degeneration in Drosophila melanogaster.

Mary A Logan, Sean D Speese,

Axon degeneration elicits a range of immune responses from local glial cells, including striking changes in glial gene expression, morphology, and phagocytic activity. Here, we describe a detailed set of protocols to assess discrete components of the glial reaction to axotomy in the adult nervous system of Drosophila melanogaster. These ... Read more >>

Methods Mol Biol (Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.))
[2020, 2143:321-338]

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Outcomes in patients with gunshot wounds to the brain.

Leigh Anna Robinson, Lauren M Turco, Bryce Robinson, Joshua G Corsa, Michael Mount, Amy V Hamrick, John Berne, Dalier R Mederos, Allison G McNickle, Paul J Chestovich, Jason Weinberger, Areg Grigorian, Jeffry Nahmias, Jane K Lee, Kevin L Chow, Erik J Olson, Jose L Pascual, Rachele Solomon, Danielle A Pigneri, Husayn A Ladhani, Joanne Fraifogl, Jeffrey Claridge, Terry Curry, Todd W Costantini, Manasnun Kongwibulwut, Haytham Kaafarani, Janika San Roman, Craig Schreiber, Anna Goldenberg-Sandau, Parker Hu, Patrick Bosarge, Rindi Uhlich, Nicole Lunardi, Farooq Usmani, Joseph Victor Sakran, Jessica M Babcock, Juan Carlos Quispe, Lawrence Lottenberg, Donna Cabral, Grace Chang, Jhoanna Gulmatico, Jonathan J Parks, Rishi Rattan, Jennifer Massetti, Onaona Gurney, Brandon Bruns, Alison A Smith, Chrissy Guidry, Matthew E Kutcher, Melissa S Logan, Michelle Y Kincaid, Chance Spalding, Matthew Noorbaksh, Frances H Philp, Benjamin Cragun, Robert D Winfield,

Introduction:Gunshot wounds to the brain (GSWB) confer high lethality and uncertain recovery. It is unclear which patients benefit from aggressive resuscitation, and furthermore whether patients with GSWB undergoing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) have potential for survival or organ donation. Therefore, we sought to determine the rates of survival and organ donation, ... Read more >>

Trauma Surg Acute Care Open (Trauma surgery & acute care open)
[2019, 4(1):e000351]

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The evolutionary potential of an insect invader under climate change.

Michael L Logan, Ingrid A Minnaar, Kaitlin M Keegan, Susana Clusella-Trullas,

Although the impacts of climate change and invasive species are typically studied in isolation, they likely interact to reduce the viability of plant and animal populations. Indeed, invasive species, by definition, have succeeded in areas outside of their native range and may therefore have higher adaptive capacity relative to native ... Read more >>

Evolution (Evolution; international journal of organic evolution)
[2020, 74(1):132-144]

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The Bogert Effect and environmental heterogeneity.

Michael L Logan, Jenna van Berkel, Susana Clusella-Trullas,

A classic question in evolutionary biology is whether behavioral flexibility hastens or hinders evolutionary change. The latter idea, that behavior reduces the number of environmental states experienced by an organism and buffers that organism against selection, has been dubbed the "Bogert Effect" after Charles Bogert, the biologist who first popularized ... Read more >>

Oecologia (Oecologia)
[2019, 191(4):817-827]

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Is the skin an important exposure route for workers during cyanogen fumigation?

Sharyn Gaskin, Leigh Thredgold, Dino Pisaniello, Michael Logan, Christina Baxter,

BACKGROUND:Cyanogen is a toxic flammable gas used as a fumigant in numerous industries. Occupational exposure to cyanogen can occur during its production and use. The most serious human health risk from exposure to cyanogen is via the respiratory system. However, there is also potential for skin exposure in many workplace ... Read more >>

Pest Manag Sci (Pest management science)
[2020, 76(4):1443-1447]

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