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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Shardlow, Matthew; Batista-Navarro, Riza; Thompson, Paul; Raheel Nawaz; McNaught, John; Ananiadou, Sophia;
    Publisher: figshare
    Project: EC | OpenMinTeD (654021), UKRI | Manchester Molecular Path... (MR/N00583X/1), UKRI | Enriching Metabolic PATHw... (BB/M006891/1)

    The clues used to detect the Other component of the Knowledge Source meta-knowledge dimension. (FILE 1 kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fujibayashi, Kazutoshi; Hayashi, Michio; Yokokawa, Hirohide; Naito, Toshio;
    Publisher: Figshare

    Additional file 1: Table S1. The glycated hemoglobin and glycated albumin data in the first repeated cross-sectional study.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Filho, Francisco Henrique Duarte; Aguiar, José Otávio;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Whaling lasted for almost four centuries in Brazil (1603-1987). Pressed by environmental protection agencies and the public opinion, the José Sarney Administration (1985-1990) permanently banned whale hunting in December 1987, through the Federal Law 7,643. The law prompted a local and national debate on any losses the end of whaling would bring to the economy of the city of Lucena and the state of Paraíba. This article discusses the crisis of whaling in Brazil by analyzing the debates that occurred among biologists, politicians, environmentalists and the whaling industry workers in the municipality of Lucena. Both the available academic literature on the subject and newspapers of the 1980s were used, especially Paraíba's publications of the period.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Sagawa, Takuya; Nagahashi, Yoshitaka; Satoguchi, Yasufumi; Holbourn, Ann; Itaki, Takuya; Gallagher, Stephen; Mariem Saavedra-Pellitero; Ikehara, Ken; Irino, Tomohisa; Tada, Ryuji;
    Publisher: figshare

    Correlation tie points at Sites U1426 and U1427. (XLSX 11Â kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Cunha, Edgar Teodoro da; Novaes, Sylvia Caiuby;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract The opportunity of exhibiting in a Bororo village in Central Brazil the film Matto Grosso, the Great Brazilian Wilderness (1931), and translating into Portuguese this typical travelogue and widely considered to be the first documentary with synchronized sound, led the authors to analyze visual images on the Bororo society made in the first decades of the XX century. The article focuses on how visual images - films and photographs - frequently show the intentions of the author and on the other hand may enhance memories and create a particular relationship with the past and history of a people.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Zupan, Andrej; Hauptman, Nina; Glavač, Damjan;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis

    Background: The Slovenian territory is geographically positioned between the Alps, Adriatic Sea, Pannonian basin and the Dinaric Mountains and, as such, has served as a passageway for various populations in different periods of time. Turbulent historic events and diverse geography of the region have produced a diverse contemporary population whose genetic analysis could provide insight into past demographic events.Aim: The aims of this study were to characterize the Slovenian mitochondrial gene pool at the micro-geographic level and to compare it with surrounding populations.Subjects and methods: A total of 402 individuals from five Slovenian regions were analysed in this study by typing HVR I, HVR II and coding region polymorphisms of mtDNA.Results: Analysis revealed 47 haplogroups and sub-haplogroups, the most common of which were H*, H1, J1c, T2 and U5a. Intra-population comparisons revealed a sharp gradient of the J1c haplogroup between Slovenian regions, with a peak frequency of 24.5% being observed in the population of the Littoral Region.Conclusion: The sharp gradient of the J1c haplogroup between Slovenian regions is in line with the archaeological horizon known as Impressed Ware culture and could, therefore, represent a genetic trace of the early Neolithic expansion route along the East Adriatic coastal region.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oborny, Stephan C.; Cramer, Bradley D.; Brett, Carlton E.;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Project: NSF | CAREER: The Quest for Pre... (1455030)

    Silurian strata within the tristate area of Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky have been thoroughly studied for well over a century. Due to rapid facies changes throughout the region numerous lithostratigraphic terminologies were established, many of which were difficult to correlate even over short distances. Recently these stratigraphic complexities have received renewed interest due to advancements in bio-, chemo-, and sequence stratigraphy that greatly improved our understanding of the tristate area. These improvements had significant implications for our ability to correlate Rhuddanian through lower Sheinwoodian strata between the Appalachian and Illinois basins and allowed unified nomenclatural and sequence stratigraphic hierarchies for this interval to be developed across the Cincinnati Arch. Recent advancements in regional chronostratigraphy of Silurian strata, however, highlight several discrepancies with regards to the 3rd- and 4th-order sequence stratigraphic hierarchies assigned within these basins. In an effort to alleviate these points of disagreement, we contribute new δ13Ccarb chemostratigraphic and sequence stratigraphic analyses of a basinward Appalachian section from Scioto County, Ohio, spanning upper Telychian through Gorstian strata assigned to the Estill through Tymochtee formations, complemented by gamma-ray core scans for localities traversing northwestward from the sampled core section into western Ohio. These new data allow unified nomenclatural and sequence stratigraphic hierarchies to be developed throughout the region for strata spanning the upper Telychian through Gorstian stages. Additionally, these findings highlight a significant shift in the primary sites of sediment accommodation during the studied depositional interval.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Gonçalves, Fernando;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract This paper discusses the individuation conditions of the so-called contemporary photography by examining the notion of anachronism in different artworks and authors as Jeff Wall and Cindy Sherman. The construction of visual discursivity in art as a matter of communication comes from the idea that it would exist, in nowadays particular images, an unpresentness perceivable through persistent pictorial traces and issues of other times, particularly in art history. The relevance of thinking on the experience of photography in art points to its contributions for discussing communicative aspects of photography, mostly the representation that order the visible, as well as their operations that mediate our relationship with the world through the image.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Silva, Mário Augusto Medeiros Da;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract In this article, I discuss aspects of the intellectual and literary activism of a black writer called Lino Guedes, born in the state of São Paulo. Based on sources from newspapers and on the initial mapping of his literary production, I try to explain how this author has figured in the public debate about black people in São Paulo in the post-Abolition period. In view of the limited analytical production about Lino Guedes as well as the lack of information about the social and intellectual conditions that made his work possible, this research tries to reconstruct the social and intellectual contexts in which he was inserted. I hope to contribute to the debate on the role played by black intellectuals in the public life in the early twentieth century in São Paulo.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Marquini, Gisele Vissoci; Bella, Zsuzsanna Ilona Katalin de Jarmy di; Sartori, Marair Gracio Ferreira;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract Introduction The Burch procedure (1961) was considered the gold standard treatment for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) before the midurethral slings (MUSs) were introduced, in 2001. Objective This historical perspective of the Burch’s timeline can encourage urogynecological surgeons to master the Burch technique as one of the options for surgical treatment of SUI. Search Strategy and Selection Criteria A bibliographic search was performed in the PubMed and National Library of Medicine (NIH) databases with the terms Burch colposuspension AND history AND stress urinary incontinence in the last 20 years. The original article by Burch (1961) was included. The references were read by three authors. The exclusion criterion was studies in non-English languages. Biomedical Library Special Collections were included as historical relevant search. Data Collection, Analysis and Main Results Some modifications of the technique have been made since the Burch procedure was first described. The interest in this technique has been increasing due to the negative publicity associated with vaginal synthetic mesh products. Twenty-nine relevant articles were included in the present review article, and numerous trials have compared Burch colposuspension with MUS. Conclusion This historical perspective enables the scientific community to review a standardized technique for SUI. Burch colposuspension should be considered an appropriate surgical treatment for women with SUI, and an option in urogynecological training programs worldwide.

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Shardlow, Matthew; Batista-Navarro, Riza; Thompson, Paul; Raheel Nawaz; McNaught, John; Ananiadou, Sophia;
    Publisher: figshare
    Project: EC | OpenMinTeD (654021), UKRI | Manchester Molecular Path... (MR/N00583X/1), UKRI | Enriching Metabolic PATHw... (BB/M006891/1)

    The clues used to detect the Other component of the Knowledge Source meta-knowledge dimension. (FILE 1 kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fujibayashi, Kazutoshi; Hayashi, Michio; Yokokawa, Hirohide; Naito, Toshio;
    Publisher: Figshare

    Additional file 1: Table S1. The glycated hemoglobin and glycated albumin data in the first repeated cross-sectional study.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Filho, Francisco Henrique Duarte; Aguiar, José Otávio;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Whaling lasted for almost four centuries in Brazil (1603-1987). Pressed by environmental protection agencies and the public opinion, the José Sarney Administration (1985-1990) permanently banned whale hunting in December 1987, through the Federal Law 7,643. The law prompted a local and national debate on any losses the end of whaling would bring to the economy of the city of Lucena and the state of Paraíba. This article discusses the crisis of whaling in Brazil by analyzing the debates that occurred among biologists, politicians, environmentalists and the whaling industry workers in the municipality of Lucena. Both the available academic literature on the subject and newspapers of the 1980s were used, especially Paraíba's publications of the period.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Sagawa, Takuya; Nagahashi, Yoshitaka; Satoguchi, Yasufumi; Holbourn, Ann; Itaki, Takuya; Gallagher, Stephen; Mariem Saavedra-Pellitero; Ikehara, Ken; Irino, Tomohisa; Tada, Ryuji;
    Publisher: figshare

    Correlation tie points at Sites U1426 and U1427. (XLSX 11Â kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Cunha, Edgar Teodoro da; Novaes, Sylvia Caiuby;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract The opportunity of exhibiting in a Bororo village in Central Brazil the film Matto Grosso, the Great Brazilian Wilderness (1931), and translating into Portuguese this typical travelogue and widely considered to be the first documentary with synchronized sound, led the authors to analyze visual images on the Bororo society made in the first decades of the XX century. The article focuses on how visual images - films and photographs - frequently show the intentions of the author and on the other hand may enhance memories and create a particular relationship with the past and history of a people.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Zupan, Andrej; Hauptman, Nina; Glavač, Damjan;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis

    Background: The Slovenian territory is geographically positioned between the Alps, Adriatic Sea, Pannonian basin and the Dinaric Mountains and, as such, has served as a passageway for various populations in different periods of time. Turbulent historic events and diverse geography of the region have produced a diverse contemporary population whose genetic analysis could provide insight into past demographic events.Aim: The aims of this study were to characterize the Slovenian mitochondrial gene pool at the micro-geographic level and to compare it with surrounding populations.Subjects and methods: A total of 402 individuals from five Slovenian regions were analysed in this study by typing HVR I, HVR II and coding region polymorphisms of mtDNA.Results: Analysis revealed 47 haplogroups and sub-haplogroups, the most common of which were H*, H1, J1c, T2 and U5a. Intra-population comparisons revealed a sharp gradient of the J1c haplogroup between Slovenian regions, with a peak frequency of 24.5% being observed in the population of the Littoral Region.Conclusion: The sharp gradient of the J1c haplogroup between Slovenian regions is in line with the archaeological horizon known as Impressed Ware culture and could, therefore, represent a genetic trace of the early Neolithic expansion route along the East Adriatic coastal region.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oborny, Stephan C.; Cramer, Bradley D.; Brett, Carlton E.;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Project: NSF | CAREER: The Quest for Pre... (1455030)

    Silurian strata within the tristate area of Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky have been thoroughly studied for well over a century. Due to rapid facies changes throughout the region numerous lithostratigraphic terminologies were established, many of which were difficult to correlate even over short distances. Recently these stratigraphic complexities have received renewed interest due to advancements in bio-, chemo-, and sequence stratigraphy that greatly improved our understanding of the tristate area. These improvements had significant implications for our ability to correlate Rhuddanian through lower Sheinwoodian strata between the Appalachian and Illinois basins and allowed unified nomenclatural and sequence stratigraphic hierarchies for this interval to be developed across the Cincinnati Arch. Recent advancements in regional chronostratigraphy of Silurian strata, however, highlight several discrepancies with regards to the 3rd- and 4th-order sequence stratigraphic hierarchies assigned within these basins. In an effort to alleviate these points of disagreement, we contribute new δ13Ccarb chemostratigraphic and sequence stratigraphic analyses of a basinward Appalachian section from Scioto County, Ohio, spanning upper Telychian through Gorstian strata assigned to the Estill through Tymochtee formations, complemented by gamma-ray core scans for localities traversing northwestward from the sampled core section into western Ohio. These new data allow unified nomenclatural and sequence stratigraphic hierarchies to be developed throughout the region for strata spanning the upper Telychian through Gorstian stages. Additionally, these findings highlight a significant shift in the primary sites of sediment accommodation during the studied depositional interval.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Gonçalves, Fernando;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract This paper discusses the individuation conditions of the so-called contemporary photography by examining the notion of anachronism in different artworks and authors as Jeff Wall and Cindy Sherman. The construction of visual discursivity in art as a matter of communication comes from the idea that it would exist, in nowadays particular images, an unpresentness perceivable through persistent pictorial traces and issues of other times, particularly in art history. The relevance of thinking on the experience of photography in art points to its contributions for discussing communicative aspects of photography, mostly the representation that order the visible, as well as their operations that mediate our relationship with the world through the image.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Silva, Mário Augusto Medeiros Da;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract In this article, I discuss aspects of the intellectual and literary activism of a black writer called Lino Guedes, born in the state of São Paulo. Based on sources from newspapers and on the initial mapping of his literary production, I try to explain how this author has figured in the public debate about black people in São Paulo in the post-Abolition period. In view of the limited analytical production about Lino Guedes as well as the lack of information about the social and intellectual conditions that made his work possible, this research tries to reconstruct the social and intellectual contexts in which he was inserted. I hope to contribute to the debate on the role played by black intellectuals in the public life in the early twentieth century in São Paulo.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Marquini, Gisele Vissoci; Bella, Zsuzsanna Ilona Katalin de Jarmy di; Sartori, Marair Gracio Ferreira;
    Publisher: SciELO journals

    Abstract Introduction The Burch procedure (1961) was considered the gold standard treatment for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) before the midurethral slings (MUSs) were introduced, in 2001. Objective This historical perspective of the Burch’s timeline can encourage urogynecological surgeons to master the Burch technique as one of the options for surgical treatment of SUI. Search Strategy and Selection Criteria A bibliographic search was performed in the PubMed and National Library of Medicine (NIH) databases with the terms Burch colposuspension AND history AND stress urinary incontinence in the last 20 years. The original article by Burch (1961) was included. The references were read by three authors. The exclusion criterion was studies in non-English languages. Biomedical Library Special Collections were included as historical relevant search. Data Collection, Analysis and Main Results Some modifications of the technique have been made since the Burch procedure was first described. The interest in this technique has been increasing due to the negative publicity associated with vaginal synthetic mesh products. Twenty-nine relevant articles were included in the present review article, and numerous trials have compared Burch colposuspension with MUS. Conclusion This historical perspective enables the scientific community to review a standardized technique for SUI. Burch colposuspension should be considered an appropriate surgical treatment for women with SUI, and an option in urogynecological training programs worldwide.