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Thu V. Vuong and 5 others.

The relative ability of the small laccase (sLac) and dye-decoloring peroxidase (DyP2) from Amycolatopsis sp. 75iv2 to transform a variety of lignins was investigated using time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS). The enzymes modified organosolv hardwood lignin to different extents even in the absence...

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Philippine ELOY and 18 others.

Objectives: Few studies have reported clinical COVID-19 sequelae six months (M6) after hospital discharge, but none has studied symptom severity. Methods: Prevalence and severity of 7 symptoms were estimated until M6 using the self-administered influenza severity scale in COVID-19 hospitalized patients enrolled in the...

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Sarah Weppler and 13 others.

PurposeTo identify which patient-reported outcomes (PROs) may be most improved through adaptive radiation therapy (ART) with the goal of reducing toxicity incidence among head and neck cancer patients.MethodsOne hundred fifty-five head and neck cancer patients receiving radical VMAT (chemo)radiotherapy (66-70 Gy in...

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Aliakbar Hasankhani and 11 others.

Background: Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is the most common disease in the beef and dairy cattle industry. BRD is a multifactorial disease resulting from the interaction between environmental stressors and infectious agents. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying BRD are not fully understood yet. Therefore,...

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Bradley Hiebert PhD and 5 others.

This paper presents results of a qualitative descriptive study conducted to understand parents’ experiences with digital technologies during their transition to parenting (i.e. the period from pre-conception through postpartum). Individuals in southwest Ontario who had become a new parent within the previous 24 months...

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Adeyemi Adesina; Sreekanta Das

Generally, the absence of coarse aggregate coupled with high binder content in engineered cementitious composites (ECC) mixtures subjects it to high shrinkage despite the presence of fibres. The weak interfacial bond between the fibres and cementitious matrix at early ages results in the ineffectiveness of these fibres...

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Brandon Shokoples and 2 others.

Introduction: The emergence of the global COVID-19 pandemic caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, has created a substantial burden on healthcare systems worldwide. The systemic impacts of COVID-19 infection are severe and broad in their implications, and the cardiovascular system is...

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James Lee and 4 others.

Background: Operating room efficiency is invaluable. Particularly in public health systems, where resources are limited and patient loads are high, efficient systems underpin the continued delivery of high quality care. In addition to impacting patients, the implementation of efficient healthcare tools has the...

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Andréa Senay and 5 others.

Introduction/Objectives Identification of groups of patients following similar trajectories of time-varying patient characteristics are often of considerable clinical value. This study provides an example of how the identification of trajectory groups of patients can be useful. Methods Using clinical and administrative...

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