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- Förpackning HIV-eller FIV-baserade Lentivector Konstrukt Expression och Transduction av VSV-G pseudotypade virala partiklar
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Articles by Amy Mendenhall in JoVE
Förpackning HIV-eller FIV-baserade Lentivector Konstrukt Expression och Transduction av VSV-G pseudotypade virala partiklar
Amy Mendenhall, Jacob Lesnik, Chandreyee Mukherjee, Travis Antes, Ranjita Sengupta
Lentivirala expressionsvektorer är de mest effektiva vehiklar för stabilt uttrycker olika effektor-molekyler eller konstruktioner reportergrupper i delande och icke delande däggdjursceller och hela organismer. Här erbjuder vi ett protokoll om hur man paketerar lentivector uttryck konstruktioner i pseudoviral partiklar och att omvandla målceller med hjälp av pseudoviral partiklarna.
Other articles by Amy Mendenhall on PubMed
Factors Influencing Service Utilization and Mood Symptom Severity in Children with Mood Disorders: Effects of Multifamily Psychoeducation Groups (MFPGs)
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. Jun, 2009 | Pubmed ID: 19485588
This study investigated the impact of psychoeducation on service utilization and mood symptom severity in children with mood disorders. Parents' knowledge of mood disorders, beliefs about treatment, and perceptions of children's need for treatment were hypothesized to mediate the relationship between psychoeducation and service utilization and between psychoeducation and mood symptom severity. Linear mixed effects modeling and joint significance test for mediation were used in secondary data analyses of the multifamily psychoeducation group (MFPG) study, a randomized controlled trial of 165 children ages 8 to 12 years with mood disorders. A majority of those sampled were male (73%) and White, non-Hispanic (90%), and the median range of family income was $40,000-$59,000. Participation in MFPG significantly improved quality of services utilized, mediated by parents' beliefs about treatment. Participation in MFPG also significantly improved severity of child's mood symptoms, mediated by quality of services utilized. MFPG appears to be a psychoeducational intervention that helps parents to become better consumers of the mental health system who access higher quality services. Children's symptom severity decreases as a result.
Mental Health Service Use by Children with Serious Emotional and Behavioral Disturbance: Results from the LAMS Study
Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). Jun, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21632735
The study described service utilization among children with emotional and behavioral disorders making a first visit to outpatient mental health clinics in four Midwest cities.