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Paradigm free regularization for fMRI brain activation recovery
The advent of new brain imaging techniques such as resting-state functional MRI (fMRI), has led to the need for new approaches to recover brain functional activations without a prior knowledge on the experimental paradigm, as it was the case for task-fMRI. Conventional methods, i.e. the general line...
Involvement of the posterior parietal cortex in the control of upper limb function and post-stroke spatial attention : study and modulation of the connectivity of the controlled posterior parietal cortex
The posterior parietal cortex (PPC) is a key structure for sensorimotor integration. It forms with the frontal areas to which it is connected the parieto-frontal networks that have specialized functions. It is involved in the planning and online control of visually-guided prehension but also in the...
New cuts of mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) in La Comarca Lagunera, Durango, Mexico
Abstract Introduction: Many mosquitoes are of great medical and veterinary importance because they transmit numerous pathogens which cause diseases in animals and humans; thus, knowing their taxonomy and distribution is pivotal for implementing the correct control strategies. The aim of this study w...
Whole body protein metabolism and resting energy expenditure in pregnant Gambian women.
Whole body protein metabolism and resting energy expenditure (REE) were measured at 11, 23, and 33 wk of pregnancy in nine pregnant (not malnourished) Gambian women and in eight matched nonpregnant nonlactating (NPNL) matched controls. Rates of whole body nitrogen flux, protein synthesis, and protei...
Functional connectivity alterations in patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection: A multimodal MRI study.
Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is associated with fatigue and depression. Cognitive impairments are also reported in a smaller number of HCV-positive patients. Recent studies linked HCV to low-grade inflammation in brain. Here, we test the hypothesis that chronic HCV is associated with 3T...
Multimodal imaging analysis in Charles Bonnet Syndrome: a case report
Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) is a rare condition characterized by visual impairment associated with complex visual hallucinations in psychologically normal elderly people. Previous studies have suggested that visual hallucinations may be caused by brain damage in the visual system. However, in the...
Mapping the dynamic repertoire of the resting brain
International audience The resting state dynamics of the brain shows robust features of spatiotemporal pattern formation but the actual nature of its time evolution remains unclear. Computational models propose specific state space organization which defines the dynamic repertoire of the resting bra...
Financial control, State administration and genesis in Russia of Pierre le Grand
Summary and article explores the history of public financial control in Russia under the rule of Pierre the Grand. A comprehensive and systematic study of the various types of control and their operation has led to an analysis of unfamiliar aspects of Pierre I’s reform activity in the area of admini...
New records of mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) in La Comarca Lagunera, Durango, Mexico
Introduction: Many mosquitoes are of great medical and veterinary importance because they transmit numerous pathogens which cause diseases in animals and humans; thus, knowing their taxonomy and distribution is pivotal for implementing the correct control strategies. The aim of this study was to det...
Physical activity attenuates negative effects of short-term exposure to ambient air pollution on cognitive function
Background: As physical activity benefits brain health whereas air pollution damages it, the cognitive response to these exposures may interact. Purpose: This study aimed to assess the short-term joint effect of physical activity and air pollution on cognitive function in a panel of healthy young ad...
Management of Bayberry in Relation to Tree-Swallow Strikes at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York
Tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) have been a periodic bird-strike problem at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFKIA), New York, New York, causing runway closures, flight delays, and damage to aircraft following the ingestion of bird flocks into engines. We examined 65 tree swallows collecte...
Heat shock proteins in encysted and anhydrobiotic eutardigrades
Heat shock proteins (Hsps) can help organisms to survive environmental stresses. Tardigrades are aquatic metazoans able to colonize unpredictable, or “hostile to life”, terrestrial habitats entering resting stages such as cysts and anhydrobiotic tuns. In this paper we compared the Hsp70 and Hsp90 ex...
Sloth Bear Attacks on Humans in Central India: Implications for Species Conservation
Conflicts with wild animals are increasing as human populations grow and related anthropogenic activities encroach into wildlife habitats. A good example of this situation is the increase in conflicts between humans and sloth bears (Melursus ursinus) in India. Sloth bears are known for their aggress...
Survival Response of Consortium Isolates from Diesel Contaminated Soil within Katsina State, Nigeria
Environmental increase in the spilled diesel creates serious damages to our natural ecosystems. Biodegradation provide the best removal alternative for such diesel contamination. This study was carried out to monitor the bacteria survival response during diesel oil biodegradation. Bacteria isolation...
Seal and Polar Bear Behavioral Response to an Icebreaker Vessel in Northwest Greenland
Icebreaker vessels are important scientific tools, enabling access and research within the polar regions of the world, including the High Arctic. These vessels have the potential to overlap with marine mammal habitats in infrequently studied areas. Marine mammal behavioral responses to icebreaker ve...
Resting Heart Rate Measurement in Elite Athletes during COVID-19 Lockdown: The Impact of Decreased Physical Activity
The purpose was to observe the effects of a four-week lockdown on the resting heart rate (RHR) and well-being perception of elite swimmers. Twenty elite swimmers performed RHR measurements upon waking in supine and standing positions. Baseline values and those measured after four weeks of lockdown w...
Ultra-low Noise EEG at LSBB: New results
In this study, we investigate functional correlates of gamma band oscillations in low-noise EEG signals acquired in the LSBB shielded capsule and compare them to signals acquired in a typical hospital environment. Using a research-grade EEG acquisition system, we acquired 64-channel EEG recordings f...
Analysis of boundary conditions in design circuits influence on the shaft line operating state
The work investigates the bearing piece boundary conditions influence on the shaft line operating state, with respect to elastic properties of stern-tube bearings. It is noted that the shaft line is a part of the ship’s power plant and it is a shaft system, located on the same axis. Performance crit...
Mapping the Alternative Locations of Street Vendor Stabilization in Surakarta, Indonesia
The arrangement of street vendors is continuously undertaken by the government of Surakarta City for the sake of attaining the city order and public welfare. The inclination of the Stabilization success level in achieving the goal of street vendor arrangement strategy indicates that the location cha...
Computational modeling of resting-state activity demonstrates markers of normalcy in children with prenatal or perinatal stroke.
Children who sustain a prenatal or perinatal brain injury in the form of a stroke develop remarkably normal cognitive functions in certain areas, with a particular strength in language skills. A dominant explanation for this is that brain regions from the contralesional hemisphere "take over" their...
Mapping resting-state dynamics on spatio-temporal graphs: a combined functional and diffusion MRI approach
Cerebral connectivity study by functional and diffusion MRI in intelligence
The idea that intelligence is embedded not only in specific brain regions, but also in efficient brain networks has grown up. Indeed, human brain organization is believed to rely on complex and dynamic networks in which the communication between cerebral regions guarantees an efficient transfer of i...
Cahors « Divona » puis « Cadurci »
date of operation: 1989 (SP) Inventor (s): Rebiscoul André This archaeological operation prior to the construction of the Treasury is located in a part of the city where antique remains (Gallia, 1980: (495) have suffered less than elsewhere from the expansion of urbanisation in medieval times. The o...
Detecting Levels of Consciousness
peer reviewed Patients with disordered consciousness due to brain injury pose medical and ethical challenges. Rates of clinical misdiagnosis of “vegetative”/unresponsive, minimally conscious and locked-in syndrome states remain challengingly high. Clinical misdiagnosis raises profound ethical concer...
The missionary presence in the Democratic Republic of Congo : from assistance to financial self-support. A social historical approach
This thesis focuses the missionary presence in the Democratic Republic of Congo under the Belgian rule towards the end of the Sixth Century. We seek to understand bow this Church came to be financially dependent by looking at the different causes or exogenous and endogenous as well as the roots of t...