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Worldwide epidemiology of tuberculosis.

Pediatric pulmonology

Bleed DM.
PMID: 11886150
Pediatr Pulmonol. 2001;60.

No abstract available.

Formation of anisotropic polymer colloids by disparate relaxation times.

Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids

Kegel WK, Breed D, Elsesser M, Pine DJ.
PMID: 16893204
Langmuir. 2006 Aug 15;22(17):7135-6. doi: 10.1021/la061792z.

We show that coupling between a fast and a slow relaxation time causes the spontaneous formation of protrusions in colloids made of cross-linked polymers. The volume of the protrusions can be controlled by adjusting the ratio between the relaxation...

"Affordable science": another perspective.

Science (New York, N.Y.)

Breed DR.
PMID: 17780864
Science. 1981 Sep 25;213(4515):1450. doi: 10.1126/science.213.4515.1450.

No abstract available.


California state journal of medicine

Breed LM.
PMID: 18737546
Cal State J Med. 1918 Feb;16(2):85-90.

No abstract available.


California state journal of medicine

Breed LM.
PMID: 18738024
Cal State J Med. 1919 Oct;17(10):371-3.

No abstract available.

Insulin Modifies Honeybee Worker Behavior.


Mott CM, Breed MD.
PMID: 26466727
Insects. 2012 Oct 24;3(4):1084-92. doi: 10.3390/insects3041084.

The insulin signaling pathway has been hypothesized to play a key role in regulation of worker social insect behavior. We tested whether insulin treatment has direct effects on worker honeybee behavior in two contexts, sucrose response thresholds in winter...

Interfamily variation in comb wax hydrocarbons produced by honey bees.

Journal of chemical ecology

Breed MD, Page RE, Hibbard BE, Bjostad LB.
PMID: 24234630
J Chem Ecol. 1995 Sep;21(9):1329-38. doi: 10.1007/BF02027565.

The hydrocarbons of honeybee comb wax vary significantly between colonies. This variation is explained in part by genetic (familial) differences among colonies. Even though significant differences in wax hydrocarbons exist among families, there is a high level of consistency...

Kin recognition in social bees.

Trends in ecology & evolution

Page RE, Breed MD.
PMID: 21227865
Trends Ecol Evol. 1987 Sep;2(9):272-5. doi: 10.1016/0169-5347(87)90034-6.

Kin recognition in social insects has become a central issue in sociobiology because studies of the recognition abilities of social insects provide a test of kin selection theory. W.D. Hamilton(1) formalized kin selection theory by showing how individuals can...

Conserving wildlife in a changing world: Understanding capture myopathy-a malignant outcome of stress during capture and translocation.

Conservation physiology

Breed D, Meyer LCR, Steyl JCA, Goddard A, Burroughs R, Kohn TA.
PMID: 31304016
Conserv Physiol. 2019 Jul 05;7(1):coz027. doi: 10.1093/conphys/coz027. eCollection 2019.

The number of species that merit conservation interventions is increasing daily with ongoing habitat destruction, increased fragmentation and loss of population connectivity. Desertification and climate change reduce suitable conservation areas. Physiological stress is an inevitable part of the capture...

Noninvasive Venous Waveform Analysis Correlates With Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure and Predicts 30-Day Admission in Patients With Heart Failure Undergoing Right Heart Catheterization.

Journal of cardiac failure

Alvis B, Huston J, Schmeckpeper J, Polcz M, Case M, Harder R, Whitfield JS, Spears KG, Breed M, Vaughn L, Brophy C, Hocking KM, Lindenfeld J.
PMID: 34555524
J Card Fail. 2021 Sep 20; doi: 10.1016/j.cardfail.2021.09.009. Epub 2021 Sep 20.

BACKGROUND: Heart failure is the leading cause of hospitalization in the elderly and readmission is common. Clinical indicators of congestion may not precede acute congestion with enough time to prevent hospital admission for heart failure. Thus, there is a...

Comb wax effects on the ontogeny of honey bee nestmate recognition.

Animal behaviour

Breed MD, Leger EA, Pearce AN, Wang YJ.
PMID: 9480667
Anim Behav. 1998 Jan;55(1):13-20. doi: 10.1006/anbe.1997.0581.

We addressed the general question of how kin recognition cues develop by investigating cue differentiation between colonies of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. In honey bee colonies, exposure to the wax comb is a critical component of the development...

Anti-V2 antibodies virus vulnerability revealed by envelope V1 deletion in HIV vaccine candidates.


Silva de Castro I, Gorini G, Mason R, Gorman J, Bissa M, Rahman MA, Arakelyan A, Kalisz I, Whitney S, Becerra-Flores M, Ni E, Peachman K, Trinh HV, Read M, Liu MH, Van Ryk D, Paquin-Proulx D, Shubin Z, Tuyishime M, Peele J, Ahmadi MS, Verardi R, Hill J, Beddall M, Nguyen R, Stamos JD, Fujikawa D, Min S, Schifanella L, Vaccari M, Galli V, Doster MN, Liyanage NPM, Sarkis S, Caccuri F, LaBranche C, Montefiori DC, Tomaras GD, Shen X, Rosati M, Felber BK, Pavlakis GN, Venzon DJ, Magnanelli W, Breed M, Kramer J, Keele BF, Eller MA, Cicala C, Arthos J, Ferrari G, Margolis L, Robert-Guroff M, Kwong PD, Roederer M, Rao M, Cardozo TJ, Franchini G.
PMID: 33554060
iScience. 2021 Jan 09;24(2):102047. doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.102047. eCollection 2021 Feb 19.

The efficacy of ALVAC-based HIV and SIV vaccines in humans and macaques correlates with antibodies to envelope variable region 2 (V2). We show here that vaccine-induced antibodies to SIV variable region 1 (V1) inhibit anti-V2 antibody-mediated cytotoxicity and reverse...

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