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Genome Sequence of Vibrio cholerae Strain O1 Ogawa El Tor, Isolated in Mexico, 2013.
Genome Announc
PUBLISHED: 11-01-2014
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We present the draft genome sequence of Vibrio cholerae InDRE 3140 recovered in 2013 during a cholera outbreak in Mexico. The genome showed the Vibrio 7th pandemic islands VSP1 and VSP2, the pathogenic islands VPI-1 and VPI-2, the integrative and conjugative element SXT/R391 (ICE-SXT), and both prophages CTX? and RS1?.
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Barriers to palliative care research for emergency department patients with advanced cancer.
J Community Support Oncol
PUBLISHED: 06-28-2014
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Patients with advanced cancer often visit the emergency department (ED). Little is known about their willingness or ability to engage in palliative care research, although enrollment in clinical trials of other seriously ill ED patients?those with stroke, for example?has been shown to be feasible.
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Emergency department-initiated palliative care for advanced cancer patients: protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial.
Trials
PUBLISHED: 04-14-2014
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For patients with advanced cancer, visits to the emergency department (ED) are common. Such patients present to the ED with a specific profile of palliative care needs, including burdensome symptoms such as pain, dyspnea, or vomiting that cannot be controlled in other settings and a lack of well-defined goals of care. The goals of this study are: i) to test the feasibility of recruiting, enrolling, and randomizing patients with serious illness in the ED; and ii) to evaluate the impact of ED-initiated palliative care on health care utilization, quality of life, and survival.
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Highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H7N3) virus in poultry workers, Mexico, 2012.
Emerging Infect. Dis.
PUBLISHED: 08-23-2013
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We identified 2 poultry workers with conjunctivitis caused by highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H7N3) viruses in Jalisco, Mexico. Genomic and antigenic analyses of 1 isolate indicated relatedness to poultry and wild bird subtype H7N3 viruses from North America. This isolate had a multibasic cleavage site that might have been derived from recombination with host rRNA.
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A (H1N1) pdm09 HA D222 variants associated with severity and mortality in patients during a second wave in Mexico.
Virol. J.
PUBLISHED: 01-28-2013
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Pandemic type A (H1N1) influenza arose in early 2009, probably in Mexico and the United States, and reappeared in North America in September for seven more months. An amino acid substitution in the hemagglutinin (HA), D222G, has been reported in a significant proportion of patients with a severe and fatal outcome. We studied the prevalence of HA222 substitutions in patients in Mexico during the second wave and its association with clinical outcome and pathogenicity in a mouse model.
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Does palliative care have a future in the emergency department? Discussions with attending emergency physicians.
J Pain Symptom Manage
PUBLISHED: 03-09-2011
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Palliative care focuses on the relief of pain and suffering and achieving the best possible quality of life for patients. Although traditionally delivered in the inpatient setting, emergency departments (EDs) are a new focus for palliative care consultation teams.
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"I want to be taking my own last breath": patients reflections on illness when presenting to the emergency department at the end of life.
J Palliat Med
PUBLISHED: 02-02-2011
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To understand perceptions regarding their illness of patients who present to the Emergency Department at the end of life.
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Agonist and antagonist recognition by RIG-I, a cytoplasmic innate immunity receptor.
J. Biol. Chem.
PUBLISHED: 03-07-2009
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Cytoplasmic RNA receptors are important in the detection of and response to viral infections. We analyzed ligand recognition by the retinoic acid-inducible protein I (RIG-I) protein in biochemical assays and in transiently transfected cells and characterized the requirements for both single- and double-stranded RNA agonists for RIG-I activation of signaling. RIG-I mutants such as K270A and T409A/S411A that were defective in signaling with triphosphorylated single-stranded RNAs were perfectly capable of signaling with dsRNAs. Furthermore, phosphorothioated oligodeoxynucleotides were found to antagonize RIG-I signaling. Both agonists and antagonist bind purified RIG-I protein and a truncated RIG-I protein that lacked the signaling domain. The agonists were necessary to activate RIG-I ATPase activity in vitro, whereas antagonist inhibited ATPase activity. Differential scanning fluorometry showed that RIG-I bound to agonists, and antagonists have different denaturation properties, suggesting a difference in protein conformations. Last, single particle reconstruction was used to generate three-dimensional models of the RIG-I dimers in complex with an agonist and an antagonist. The two complexes exhibited dramatically different structures.
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Hospital administrators views on barriers and opportunities to delivering palliative care in the emergency department.
Ann Emerg Med
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We identify hospital-level factors from the administrative perspective that affect the availability and delivery of palliative care services in the emergency department (ED).
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