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Versorgungslage mit Omega-3-Fetts uren. Deckung des Bedarfs in Bezug auf Fischkonsum und alternative Quellen
Führling R,Tammegger M
Journal für Ern?hrungsmedizin , 2013,
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Analysis of the ‘reformpool’-activity in Austria: is the challenge met?
Thomas Czypionka,Gerald Rhrling
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2009,
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An internet-based intervention program for supporting families with prematurely born infants  [PDF]
Birgitta Lindberg, Kerstin ?hrling
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2012.22012
Abstract: The purpose of this paper was to describe the development, planning and implementing of an internet-based intervention program for providing support to families with prematurely born infants. During the families initial stay at home with their infant; families were given access to use of videoconference system from their home to have contact with staff at the neonatal unit, via direct link, throughout twenty-four hours. This program successfully ended, and video-conferencing is incorporated as a tool to support families after coming home. Probably, a variety of factors has contributed to make this program successful, as for example user friendliness and the close collaboration between researchers and staff at the neonatal unit. In conclusion, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) must be taken into consideration in developing upcoming care, thereby making possible a program to extend accessibility to health care.
Travelling along a road with obstacles: Experiences of managing life to feel well while living with migraine
Stina Rutberg,Kerstin ?hrling,Catrine Kostenius
International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being , 2013, DOI: 10.3402/qhw.v8i0.19900
Abstract: Living a life with migraine can impair one's sense of feeling well, and migraine is a disorder that is associated with substantial disability. Earlier research on how people manage their migraine has given important insight into these people's preventive actions and how they handle their attacks, but there is still a lack of knowledge of how persons with migraine manage their lives to feel well from a more holistic viewpoint. Therefore, the aim of this study was to explore lived experiences of managing life to feel well while living with migraine. Nineteen persons with migraine were interviewed. A hermeneutic-phenomenological approach was used to explore their lived experiences. The findings reveal that persons with migraine not only used preventive strategies to abort and ease the consequences of migraine but also tried to amplify the good in life through increasing their energy and joy and through reaching peace with being afflicted with migraine. The findings of this study can encourage healthcare providers, as well as persons with migraine, to consider channeling their efforts into strategies aiming to amplify the good in life, including reaching peace of mind despite being afflicted.
Prdm6 Is Essential for Cardiovascular Development In Vivo
Andreas Gewies, Mercedes Castineiras-Vilarino, Uta Ferch, Nina J?hrling, Katja Heinrich, Ulrike Hoeckendorf, Gerhard K. H. Przemeck, Matthias Munding, Olaf Gro?, Timm Schroeder, Marion Horsch, E. Loraine Karran, Aneela Majid, Stefan Antonowicz, Johannes Beckers, Martin Hrabé de Angelis, Hans-Ulrich Dodt, Christian Peschel, Irmgard F?rster, Martin J. S. Dyer, Jürgen Ruland
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081833
Abstract: Members of the PRDM protein family have been shown to play important roles during embryonic development. Previous in vitro and in situ analyses indicated a function of Prdm6 in cells of the vascular system. To reveal physiological functions of Prdm6, we generated conditional Prdm6-deficient mice. Complete deletion of Prdm6 results in embryonic lethality due to cardiovascular defects associated with aberrations in vascular patterning. However, smooth muscle cells could be regularly differentiated from Prdm6-deficient embryonic stem cells and vascular smooth muscle cells were present and proliferated normally in Prdm6-deficient embryos. Conditional deletion of Prdm6 in the smooth muscle cell lineage using a SM22-Cre driver line resulted in perinatal lethality due to hemorrhage in the lungs. We thus identified Prdm6 as a factor that is essential for the physiological control of cardiovascular development.
Chemical Clearing and Dehydration of GFP Expressing Mouse Brains
Klaus Becker, Nina J?hrling, Saiedeh Saghafi, Reto Weiler, Hans-Ulrich Dodt
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033916
Abstract: Generally, chemical tissue clearing is performed by a solution consisting of two parts benzyl benzoate and one part benzyl alcohol. However, prolonged exposure to this mixture markedly reduces the fluorescence of GFP expressing specimens, so that one has to compromise between clearing quality and fluorescence preservation. This can be a severe drawback when working with specimens exhibiting low GFP expression rates. Thus, we screened for a substitute and found that dibenzyl ether (phenylmethoxymethylbenzene, CAS 103-50-4) can be applied as a more GFP-friendly clearing medium. Clearing with dibenzyl ether provides improved tissue transparency and strikingly improved fluorescence intensity in GFP expressing mouse brains and other samples as mouse spinal cords, or embryos. Chemical clearing, staining, and embedding of biological samples mostly requires careful foregoing tissue dehydration. The commonly applied tissue dehydration medium is ethanol, which also can markedly impair GFP fluorescence. Screening for a substitute also for ethanol we found that tetrahydrofuran (CAS 109-99-9) is a more GFP-friendly dehydration medium than ethanol, providing better tissue transparency obtained by successive clearing. Combined, tetrahydrofuran and dibenzyl ether allow dehydration and chemical clearing of even delicate samples for UM, confocal microscopy, and other microscopy techniques.
Heat Transfer by Natural Convection from a Vertical and Horizontal Surfaces Using Vertical Fins  [PDF]
H. R GOSHAYESHI, F. AMPOFO
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2009.12013
Abstract: Natural convective heat transfer from a heated horizontal and vertical surfaces directly exposed into air which vertical fins, attached to a surface, project vertically downwards has been numerically studied. It has been assumed that the fins are everywhere at the temperature of the surface. The governing equations, written in dimensionless form, have been solved using the finite element procedure. The results show that vertical plate with vertical fins gives the best performance for natural cooling.
On the Approximate Solution of Fractional Logistic Differential Equation Using Operational Matrices of Bernstein Polynomials  [PDF]
R. F. Al-Bar
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/am.2015.612184
Abstract: In this paper, operational matrices of Bernstein polynomials (BPs) are presented for solving the non-linear fractional Logistic differential equation (FLDE). The fractional derivative is described in the Riemann-Liouville sense. The operational matrices for the fractional integration in the Riemann-Liouville sense and the product are used to reduce FLDE to the solution of non-linear system of algebraic equations using Newton iteration method. Numerical results are introduced to satisfy the accuracy and the applicability of the proposed method.
Regulation and Functions of the lms Homeobox Gene during Development of Embryonic Lateral Transverse Muscles and Direct Flight Muscles in Drosophila
Dominik Müller,Teresa Jagla,Ludivine Mihaila Bodart,Nina J?hrling,Hans-Ulrich Dodt,Krzysztof Jagla,Manfred Frasch
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0014323
Abstract: Patterning and differentiation of developing musculatures require elaborate networks of transcriptional regulation. In Drosophila, significant progress has been made into identifying the regulators of muscle development and defining their interactive networks. One major family of transcription factors involved in these processes consists of homeodomain proteins. In flies, several members of this family serve as muscle identity genes to specify the fates of individual muscles, or groups thereof, during embryonic and/or adult muscle development. Herein, we report on the expression and function of a new Drosophila homeobox gene during both embryonic and adult muscle development.
Swelling Behavior of Polyacrylamide Hydrogels near Phase Transition  [PDF]
R. R. Janot Pacheco, M. E. S. R. Silva, R. G. Sousa, R. F. S. Freitas
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2014.58063
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Hydrogels based on acrylamide (AA) and sodium methacrylate (NMA) as ionic monomer were prepared by solution polymerization using N,N’-methylenebis(acrylamide) (MBA) or ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGMA) as crosslinkers and Ammonium Persulfate (APS) and N,N,N’,N’-Te-tramethyl-ethylenediamine (TMEDA) as initiators. Swelling behavior was greatly affected by NMA content near phase transition. Increasing ionic monomer concentration compared to total monomer one led to high expansion in water, oscillating around 285 g/g for MBA and 325 g/g for EGMA crosslinker, above 20% of NMA. Dynamic Light Scattering experiments were performed and, for both crosslinkers, the dynamic correlation length (ξ) decreased with increasing NMA content, contributing to diminish hydrogels spatial inhomogeneities.
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