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  • Author(s):
    Allison Young, Carlysa Oyama, Alejandro ClaureDeLaZerda, Yueying Liu, Matthew J. Ravosa, Vijayalaxmi Gupta, Andrea Jewell, Dineo Khabele, M. Sharon Stack
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    The majority of women with recurrent ovarian cancer (OvCa) develop malignant ascites with volumes that can reach > 2 L. The resulting elevation in intraperitoneal pressure (IPP), from normal values of 5 mmHg to as high as 22 mmHg, causes striking changes in the loading environment in the peritoneal cavity. The effect of ascites-induced changes in IPP on OvCa progression is largely unknown. Herein we model the functional consequences of ascites-induced compression on ovarian tumor cells and…

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    2020-04
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    Mikala Narlock, Daniel Johnson, Julie Vecchio
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    As academic library support services for digital scholarship activities continue to expand and evolve, large volumes of digital outputs have been created by, and in collaboration with, library and information professionals who are affiliated with digital scholarship centers. Drawing on a literature review and a 2018 pilot study of digital preservation services in digital scholarship centers, we propose future directions for investigation of preservation services for digital scholarship and pr…

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    2021-05
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    The University of Notre Dame has been awarded a one-year Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) planning grant to assess the need for library-based machine learning and natural language processing tools to facilitate automated metadata creation and classification in support of cross-disciplinary discovery and research. This record contains the final outputs of the project.

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  • Author(s):
    Mikala Narlock, Peggy Griesinger
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    In the article, the authors discuss the process of creating and revising a prioritization rubric created to help compare digital collections while generating stakeholder buy-in. The rubric is currently a low-tech solution to help educate Hesburgh Library stakeholders on the intricacies of digital collections and gather support for the strategic direction of our collection building. This work builds on previous presentations and publications about the Digital Collections Oversight Team at Hesb…

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    2021-01
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    Din Syafruddin, Puji B. S. Asih, Ismail Ekoprayitno Rozi, Dendi Hadi Permana, Anggi Puspa Nur Hidayati, Lepa Syahrani, Siti Zubaidah, Dian Sidik, Michael J. Bangs, Claus Bøgh, Fang Liu, Evercita C. Eugenio, Jared Hendrickson, Timothy Burton, J. Kevin Baird, Frank Collins, John P. Grieco, Neil F. Lobo, Nicole L. Achee
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    A cluster-randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial was conducted to estimate the protective efficacy (PE) of a spatial repellent (SR) against malaria infection in Sumba, Indonesia. Following radical cure in 1,341 children aged ³ 6 months to £ 5 years in 24 clusters, households were given transfluthrin or placebo passive emanators (devices designed to release vaporized chemical). Monthly blood screening and biweekly human-landing mosquito catches were performed during a 10-month ba…

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    2020
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  • Author(s):
    Paul Friesen, Rachel Gagnon, Shadwa Ibrahim, William Kakenmaster, Maggie Shum
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    Though the transition from the Trump administration to the Biden administration occurred on January 20, 2021 as envisioned in the Constitution, the Presidential Transition Index (PTI) team found that only 76 percent of transition provisions were fulfilled. Delays and uncertainty defined what was perhaps the most closely watched and politically fraught transition in modern United States history. Most of these disruptions stemmed from President Trump’s refusal to concede defeat, which caused a …

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    2021-01-21
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  • Author(s):
    Craig A. Hart, Alan Hamlet, Tom Purekal
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    Climate change has been slow to enter the public dialogue in the Midwest, but this is changing as local residents are experiencing more volatile weather, extreme temperatures, floods, changing growing seasons, and fewer snow days. The past several decades have witnessed increasingly intense weather extremes, resulting in costly damage throughout the region. In 2019, following a winter arctic air outbreak (“polar vortex”) that delivered near-record low temperatures in many areas (for example, …

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    2020-04-01
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  • Author(s):
    Cory Smith, Tom Hare
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    Pervasive sexual violence against women and girls in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador (including rape, domestic and sexual servitude, sexual assault, forced disappearances, human trafficking, and even murder) perpetrated by gangs, narco-traffickers, human traffickers, and a machismo culture fueled by corruption and impunity has led to some of the highest rates of violence against women and girls in the world, forcing these women and girls to flee and migrate to the United States. While t…

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    2020-04-15
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  • Author(s):
    Alessandro Fergnani, Swapnil Motghare
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    The majority of studies on the future of work are predictive in nature, often taking a bird’s-eye view that overlooks the importance of local context. This brief presents six scenarios of the futures of work in South Bend that emphasize stress-point events and phenomena in the larger social, political, technological, and economic environment, with a time horizon of 15 years (2035). The scenarios are geographically focused on the city, but refer to the global situation; in the narratives, the …

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    2020-08-15
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    Rebecca Anthopolos, Paul P. Lee, Marie Lynn Miranda, Joshua D. Stein, David C. Musch, Chris A. Andrews, Joshua Tootoo, Joshua R. Ehrlich
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    Purpose To determine how strabismus diagnosis varies within a given community and across communities among children with Medicaid health insurance. Design Retrospective cohort analysis. Participants Children aged ≤10 years enrolled in Medicaid in Michigan or North Carolina during 2009.

    Methods Children who met the study inclusion criteria were identified from the Medicaid Analytic Extract database, which includes claims data for all children enrolled in Medicaid throughout the United States…

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    2016-06-24
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    Shaibal Mukerjee, Robert Devlin, Cavin K. Ward-Caviness, Elaine Dowdy, David Diaz-Sanchez, Svati H. Sh, Marie Lynn Miranda, Simon G. Gregory, William E. Kraus, Carol S. Haynes, Luther A. Smith, Wayne E. Cascio, Colette Blach, Casson Stallings
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    Objective— Exposure to mobile source emissions is nearly ubiquitous in developed nations and is associated with multiple adverse health outcomes. There is an ongoing need to understand the specificity of traffic exposure associations with vascular outcomes, particularly in individuals with cardiovascular disease.

    Approach and Results— We performed a cross-sectional study using 2124 individuals residing in North Carolina, United States, who received a cardiac catheterization at the Duke Unive…

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    2018-01-01
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  • Author(s):
    Rebecca Anthopolos, Michelle L. Bell, Mercedes A. Bravo, Marie Lynn Miranda
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    Background - Researchers and policymakers are increasingly focused on combined exposures to social and environmental stressors, especially given how often these stressors tend to co-locate. Such exposures are equally relevant in urban and rural areas and may accrue disproportionately to particular communities or specific subpopulations.

    Objectives-To estimate relationships between racial isolation (RI), a measure of the extent to which minority racial/ethnic group members are exposed to only…

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    2016-07-15
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