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Double PI salvage regimens

Atazanavir r + saquinavir r under 300 mg atazanavir, 100 mg ritonavir and 1,600 mg saquinavir, not only the trough levels, but also the intracellular levels of saquinavir increase significantly (Boffito 2004, Ford 2006). In the ATSAQ study (Rottmann 2004), 40 heavily treatment-experienced patients were treated with a nuke-free combination of 300 mg atazanavir, 100 mg ritonavir and 2 x 1,000 mg saquinavir. After 32 weeks, 85 had reached a viral load below 400 copies ml. Three further studies are currently underway. Despite the fact that saquinavir levels are elevated by atazanavir, ritonavir is also required. The unboosted combination is relatively weak (Haas 2003, Johnson 2005).

Evolution and systematics

A species may be distributed on mainlands and many islands across a wide area. This makes it difficult to differentiate between species when they are so closely related. The species limits among the 13 or so members of the rufous fan-tail group are sometimes rather arbitrary. In his detailed 1987 review of Australian populations of the gray fantail, Julian Ford recognized the mangrove-inhabiting population of the northern coasts as a distinct species, the mangrove fantail (R. phasiana). Subsequently, studies by Richard Schodde and Ian Mason of the gray fantail both in and beyond Australia recommended that the New Zealand populations be specifically classified as New Zealand fantails (R. fuliginosa), and the Australian birds as R. albiscapa. Richard Holdaway and his colleagues went even further, dividing the fantails of New Zealand's North, South, and Chatham Islands into three different species. Multi-island distributions have given rise to

Practical tips for therapy of MDR viruses

Ford J, Boffito M, Maitland D, et al. Influence of atazanavir 200 mg on the intracellular and plasma pharmacokinetics of saquinavir and ritonavir 1600 100 mg administered once daily in HIV-infected patients. J Antimicrob Chemother 2006 58 1009-16. http amedeo.com lit.php id 16984898

Vitamin E and Creactive protein

CRP is an acute phase protein released by the liver in response to acute injury, infection, or other inflammatory stimuli. It is, therefore, a marker for acute inflammation and infection. It is now known that even mild elevations of CRP may indicate an ongoing inflammatory process and that even values in the 'normal' range may have clinical importance. The recent development of a high sensitivity assay for CRP (hs-CRP) has rapidly accelerated research on this marker of systemic inflammation. Obesity is highly correlated with increased levels of CRP and, as mentioned above, it is dramatically increasing in Western countries (Yudkin et al., 1999 Ford, 1999 Visser et al., 1999 Lemieux et al., 2001 Ford et al., 2001 Cook et al., 2000).

In Vivo Expression of Recombinant Adenoviral Encoded Proteins

Ad vectors can efficiently transfect a large number of organs or tissues in vivo, including liver (Jaffe et ah, 1992), kidney (Moullier et al, 1994), skin (Setoguchi et al., 1994b), brain (Akli et al., 1993 Doran et al, 1997), skeletal muscle (Ragot et al., 1993), heart (Strat-ford-Perricaudet et al, 1992), lung epithelium (Rosenfeld et al,

Cancers Other Than Breast and Ovarian Cancer

Ford, 1994 (51) and colorectal cancers. Using linkage kindreds, Ford et al. (51) estimated the RR for colon cancer in BRCA1 carriers as 4.1. Johannsson et al. (104) used the Swedish Cancer Registry to derive an RR based on cancer in family members of mutation carriers (29 BRCA1 index cases and 20 BRCA2 index cases). Among female relatives of BRCA1 mutation carriers, they estimated the RR of colon cancer to be 4.1, but there was no excess risk found among male relatives. Based on kindreds derived from 649 unselected ovarian cancer index cases, Risch et al. (77) observed an elevated risk of colon cancer for BRCA2 mutation carriers with an RR of 2.5 no significant increase in risk was found for BRCA1 mutation carriers. Studies by Brose et al. (55), with subjects drawn from risk evaluation clinics, and by Thompson and Easton (106), with participants drawn from 699 kindreds across 30 centers in Western Europe and North America, both estimated a twofold RR for colon cancer among carriers of...

Conclusions concerning the hormonal control of male sexual behavior

Since the main testicular hormone, testosterone, may be reduced to dihydrotestos-terone and aromatized to estradiol, and since both 5a-reductase and aromatase are present at brain sites important for sexual behaviors, it is quite logical to ask whether these products of testosterone metabolism rather than testosterone itself are responsible for the behavioral actions of testicular hormones. As we have seen, there is no unequivocal answer to this question. Among rodents, it appears that both estradiol and consequently estrogen receptors, and dihydrotestosterone, and consequently the androgen receptor, are of importance for normal masculine sexual behavior in some species. However, sexual behaviors can be induced by the exclusive stimulation of androgen receptors in other rodent species. In non-rodent species, the confusion is still more pronounced. Some, like rabbits and rhesus monkeys, do not respond at all to estrogen treatment but respond well to treatment with dihydrotestosterone,...

Parallels Between APLAS and HIT

Table 2 lists some common features of APLAS and HIT. Both clinicopathologic disorders are characterized by thrombocytopenia, a paradoxical risk for venous and arterial thrombosis, and associated antibodies that can be detected by either functional or antigen assays (see Chapter 10). Moreover, for both APLAS and HIT, positive functional assays are more strongly associated with thrombosis than positive antigen assays (Ginsberg et al., 1995 Warkentin et al., 2000 Galli et al., 2003). The parallels between these disorders led Arnout (1996) to hypothesize that IgG-mediated platelet activation could explain thrombosis in APLAS. Supportive experimental data include the observations that antiphospholipid antibodies enhance platelet activation induced by other agonists (Martinuzzo et al., 1993). Furthermore, Arvieux et al. (1993) observed murine monoclonal antibodies reactive against b2GPI induced platelet activation in the presence of subthreshold concentrations of ADP and epinephrine, an...

Genetic models of breast cancer susceptibility

With these syndromes have been identified, including BRCA1, BRCA2, PTEN and TP53. However, the susceptibility alleles in these genes are rare in the population and they account for a small minority of the inherited component of cancer. Highly penetrant variants in the breast cancer susceptibility genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 account for less than 20 of the genetic risk of breast cancer, with other rarer high penetrance genes such as TP53, ATM and PTEN accounting for less than 5 (Easton, 1999). Other BRCA1 2-like genes are unlikely to exist, as the majority of multiple case families can be accounted for by BRCA1 or BRCA2 (Ford et al., 1998) and, despite extensive research efforts, attempts to identify similar highly penetrant cancer susceptibility genes have failed.

Fertility and Aging Men An Introduction to the Male Biological Clock

Data obtained in the past decade suggested a worldwide decline in male fertility. The increase in paternal age is both a personal problem for couples and a public health problem because of the simple fact that male fertility declines with age. Journal articles by Kidd and Ford demonstrate that men over the age of 35 are twice as likely to be infertile as men younger than 25. In addition, a study of couples undergoing fertility treatments found that the amount of time it takes for a man to achieve a pregnancy rises significantly with age.

Conceptions of Fertility

A landmark study by Ford et al. (2000) explored the effect of paternal age on the likelihood of delayed conception. With a study population of 8515 planned pregnancies, the study found that older men were significantly less likely to impregnate their partners in less than six or less than 12 months, compared to their younger counterparts. After adjusting for various confounding factors such as age of the female partner, BMI, smoking, passive smoke exposure, education, duration of cohabitation, duration of oral contraceptive use, and paternal alcohol consumption, paternal age still remained highly significantly associated with conception within six or 12 months. If paternal age was treated as a continuous variable, there was a statistically significant linear relationship the odds ratio for conception within six months decreased by 2 per year of age, and for conception within 12 months decreased by 3 per year of age. After comparing their study with the existent literature, Ford et al....

Vitamins and minerals

Diabetes in three cohort studies (Colditz et al. 1992 Feskens et al. 1995 Ford et al. 2001), providing indirect evidence on the putative protective effect of carotenoids. A long-term randomised trial did not show any effect of beta-carotene supplementation on the incidence of type 2 diabetes (Liu et al. 1999). In a long-term cohort serum beta-carotene was not related to the incidence of type 2 diabetes (Reunanen et al. 1998). Cross-sectional findings on the associations between dietary and serum carotenoids and measures of glucose and insulin metabolism are inconsistent (e.g. Ford et al. 1999 Facchini et al. 2000 Ylanen et al. 2003b). High dietary intake of vitamin C was related to a lower incidence of type 2 diabetes in a long-term cohort study (Feskens et al. 1995). Some minerals such as potassium, magnesium, chromium and zinc may affect glucose and insulin metabolism, but their putative effects on the development of glucose intolerance and type 2 diabetes remain to be elucidated...

Schizophrenia as an affliction of the association cortices

Recent studies suggest that many of the so-called positive symptoms of schizophrenia such as hallucinations and delusions likely involve disruption of association cortical processing as well. For example, auditory hallucinations may arise from impaired communication between the PFC and temporal association cortices involved in language production and interpretation specifically, weakened corollary discharge from the PFC to Wernicke's area to indicate that inner speech is self-generated (Ford et al., 2002). This idea has received experimental support from studies that used transmagnetic stimulation to weaken Wernicke's area that found a reduction in auditory hallucinations in patients with schizophrenia (Hoffman et al., 2005). Disruptions in PFC and temporal association cortices have also been associated with formal thought disorder, e.g. Perlstein et al. (2001). Most recently, the rostral dorsomedial PFC has been linked to reality testing and psychosis (Simons et al., 2008), while...

ERP effects associated with subsequent memory

Presented with test items (one at a time) and is asked to indicate (using a speeded response) whether or not each item belongs to the memory set. Whereas most of this research focused on variations in the latency of P300 as a function of the number of items in the memory set (e.g., Ford, Pfefferbaum, Tinklenberg, & Kopell, 1982), it was generally observed that positive (yes) responses were associated with larger P300s (or more positive waveforms) than negative (no) responses. This phenomenon was later replicated in studies using a more traditional recognition paradigm (e.g., Karis et al., 1984).

Dairy products and probiotics in childhood disease

Another interesting and highly relevant aspect for the use of probiotics is the prevention of nosocomial diarrhoea. The incidence of nosocomial diarrhoea in children admitted to a children's hospital ranges from 4.5 to 22.6 cases per 100 admissions (Ford-Jones et al., 1990 Ponce et al., 1995 Szajewska et al., 2001). Nosocomial diarrhoea prolongs hospital stay and leads to increasing costs in medical health care. Transmission typically occurs by faecal-oral route, possibly also via droplet infection (Caul, 1994). Infants and younger children are at a higher risk to acquire nosocomial diarrhoea which is typically induced by virus infection. Bacterial infection occurs only in one percent of cases of nosocomial diarrhoea in children. Among these, C. difficile infection is the most frequent cause.

Copulatory behavior in men and women

Stages Coital

Again, diversity seems to be the best descriptor. However, anthropological data may not always be entirely reliable, since most descriptions of sexual acts are based on hearsay and very few on actual observations. Nevertheless, it does not appear to be too risky to suggest that human copulatory behavior is far more variable than in any other primate. I even dare to suggest that no other mammal shows the amount of intraspecies variation as the human. The Kinsey studies as well as Ford and Beach's (1951) account are basically descriptions of general motor patterns of copulatory behavior. The information contained in terms like intercourse with rear entry, anal intercourse etc. is not sufficient if we are looking for quantitative information on aspects of copulatory behavior. Questions like the latency from penile insertion to ejaculation, or from the initiation of masturbation until orgasm, or the mean duration of cunnilingus or fellatio are not easy to answer...

Equivalent dipole approaches Dipole Source Modeling

The equivalent current dipole (ECD) model is the most basic source localization technique and assumes that scalp EEG potentials are generated by one or few focal sources (for review, see Fuchs, Ford, Sands, & Lew, 2004). A dipole does not reflect the presence of a unique and discrete source but it is rather a mathematically convenient representation (i.e., the center of gravity) of synchronized activation of a large number of pyramidal cells likely extending

Challenges

The fluke of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) has evolved to be wide with scalloped edges, which enables the mammal to reach great heights when breaching. (Photo by John K. B. Ford Ursus. Reproduced by permission.) The fluke of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) has evolved to be wide with scalloped edges, which enables the mammal to reach great heights when breaching. (Photo by John K. B. Ford Ursus. Reproduced by permission.)

Dose Escalation

MGd is a unique MRI detectable radiosensitizer that depletes ascorbate and co-factor NADPH, which metabolically stresses tumor cells through adenosine triphosphate (ATP) depletion and predisposes cells to undergo apoptosis. Recent data suggest that MGd inhibits ribonucleotide reductase, a key enzyme that is upregulated in most neoplasms to support the enhanced requirement for DNA synthesis. MGd inhibits potentially lethal damage repair and sublethal damage repair. In preclinical trials it has been shown to enhance radiation responses and demonstrates selective uptake and accumulation in tumors. Ford et al. reported the results of a phase I trial of 33 GBM patients who received RT concurrently with MGd (21) . Kaplan-Meier estimate of MST of17.6 mo for patients treated with MGd compared with MST of 12.9 mo for 33 matched patients in the RTOG database. In a recent composite analysis of 56 GBM patients from the preceding phase I trial, together with a smaller...

Grades

Homoplasy complicates our attempts to sort early hominins into clades. An alternative is to sort hominin taxa into grades. A grade is a category based on what an animal does rather than what its phylogenetic relationships are. So for example, Sport Utility Vehicles is the equivalent of a grade, whereas all the cars produced by the Ford Motor Company, including its range of SUVs, is the equivalent of a clade. Grades may also be clades, but they are not necessarily so. For example, leaf-eating, or folivorous, monkeys are a grade and not a clade because folivorous monkeys from the Old and New World are, respectively, just one component of much

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