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Gilda Varricchi and 13 others.

Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) is the most common symptomatic primary antibody immunodeficiency, characterized by reduced serum levels of IgG, IgA, and/or IgM. The vast majority of CVID patients have polygenic inheritance. Immune dysfunction in CVID can frequently involve the gastrointestinal tract and lung....

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Jingnan Chen and 6 others.

Recent studies demonstrated that dihydromyricetin (DHM) has prominent therapeutic effects on liver injury and liver cancer. By summarizing the current preclinical in vitro and in vivo studies, the present review examines the preventive and therapeutic effects of DHM on liver disorders as well as its potential...

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Anick Bérard and 8 others.

Introduction: Chloroquine (CQ) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) are currently used for the prevention/treatment of malaria, and treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Although present data do not show their efficacy to treat COVID-19, they have been used as potential treatments for...

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Zeyang Ma and 3 others.

Abstract The risks associated with wind power forecast (WF) deviations are of paramount importance to many power system participants (PSPs). However, traditional sampling approaches are computationally prohibitive to model these deviations. Additionally, setting a risk level for satisfying different PSPs receives little...

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Jikai Chen and 6 others.

Abstract To ensure reasonable reactive power distribution and voltage standard, a large number of STATCOMs are integrated to wind farms and afflux stations. However, the issue of device tripping caused by the interaction between STATCOMs is emerging. This paper sets out to bring a clear understanding of the fault...

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Nicolas Langlitz and 3 others.

The revival of psychedelic research coincided and more recently conjoined with psychopharmacological research on how drugs affect moral judgments and behaviors. This article makes the case for a moral psychopharmacology of psychedelics that examines whether psychedelics serve as non-specific amplifiers that enable...

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Raoul Santiago and 8 others.

Biomarkers which can identify Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL) likely to be refractory to first-line therapy are essential for selecting this population prior to therapy initiation to offer alternate therapeutic options that can improve prognosis. We tested the ability of a CT-based radiomics approach with machine...

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Zawar Hussain Khan and 5 others.

A macroscopic model based on analogies with Little’s Law is proposed. The relaxation time is employed to characterize changes in density. This change is large for a small relaxation time and large interactions between vehicles occur. The relaxation time encompasses driver behavior which includes the time to perceive and...

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Robert W. Izett and 8 others.

We compared field measurements of the biological O2 saturation anomalies, ΔO2/Ar and ΔO2/N2, from simultaneous oceanographic deployments of a membrane inlet mass spectrometer and optode/gas tension device (GTD). Data from the Subarctic Northeast Pacific and Canadian Arctic Ocean were used to evaluate ΔO2/N2 as an...

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