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Do early warning track and trigger tools improve patient outcomes? A systematic synthesis without meta-analysis (2020)
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Credland, N., Dyson, J., & Johnson, M. J. (in press). Do early warning track and trigger tools improve patient outcomes? A systematic synthesis without meta-analysis. Journal of advanced nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14619

Aim To determine the effect of Early Warning Track and Trigger Tools on patient outcomes. Design A systematic review: synthesis without meta‐analysis. Data sources Electronic databases were searched from 1 January 2013–1 August 2018 and 221... Read More about Do early warning track and trigger tools improve patient outcomes? A systematic synthesis without meta-analysis.

The Kasei Valles, Mars: a unified record of episodic channel flows and ancient ocean levels (2020)
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Duran, S., & Coulthard, T. J. (2020). The Kasei Valles, Mars: a unified record of episodic channel flows and ancient ocean levels. Scientific reports, 10(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-75080-y

There is widespread evidence across Mars of past flows in major channel systems as well as more than one palaeo ocean level. However, evidence for the timing of channel flows and ocean levels is based on geographically diverse sources with a limited... Read More about The Kasei Valles, Mars: a unified record of episodic channel flows and ancient ocean levels.

Targeted and passive environmental DNA approaches outperform established methods for detection of quagga mussels, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis in flowing water (2020)
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Blackman, R. C., Ling, K. K. S., Harper, L. R., Shum, P., Hänfling, B., & Lawson-Handley, L. (2020). Targeted and passive environmental DNA approaches outperform established methods for detection of quagga mussels, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis in flowing water. Ecology and Evolution, https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.6921

The early detection of invasive non-native species (INNS) is important for informing management actions. Established monitoring methods require the collection or observation of specimens, which is unlikely at the beginning of an invasion when densiti... Read More about Targeted and passive environmental DNA approaches outperform established methods for detection of quagga mussels, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis in flowing water.

Perceptions and experiences of laws and regulations governing access to opioids in South, Southeast, East and Central Asia: A systematic review, critical interpretative synthesis and development of a conceptual framework (2020)
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Clark, J., Gnanapragasam, S., Greenley, S., Pearce, J., & Johnson, M. (in press). Perceptions and experiences of laws and regulations governing access to opioids in South, Southeast, East and Central Asia: A systematic review, critical interpretative synthesis and development of a conceptual framework. Palliative medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/0269216320966505

© The Author(s) 2020. Background: Opioids are essential medicines. Despite international and national laws permitting availability, opioid access remains inadequate, particularly in South, Southeast, East and Central Asia. Aim: To review evidence of... Read More about Perceptions and experiences of laws and regulations governing access to opioids in South, Southeast, East and Central Asia: A systematic review, critical interpretative synthesis and development of a conceptual framework.

The forensic exploitation of fingermark chemistry: A review (2020)
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Bleay, S. M., Bailey, M. J., Croxton, R. S., & Francese, S. (in press). The forensic exploitation of fingermark chemistry: A review. WIREs Forensic Science, https://doi.org/10.1002/wfs2.1403

The substances deposited from the fingertip onto a surface during contact between them represent a highly complex range of chemicals that can be exploited in a variety of ways in a forensic investigation. An overview is given of the multitude of chem... Read More about The forensic exploitation of fingermark chemistry: A review.

An age-associated reduction in Nav1.5 protein expression correlates with an increase in Nav1.8 protein expression in the right atrial appendage of the human heart. (2020)
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Isaac, E., Cooper, S., Lancaster, M., Loubani, M., & Jones, S. (2020). An age-associated reduction in Nav1.5 protein expression correlates with an increase in Nav1.8 protein expression in the right atrial appendage of the human heart. Circulation Research, 127(Suppl_1), A493

Background: Nav1.5 is the predominantly expressed voltage-gated sodium channel (VGSC) isoform in the heart, responsible for phase 0 of the action potential. Our rodent studies have shown expression of neuronal isoform Nav1.8 protein in the adult hear... Read More about An age-associated reduction in Nav1.5 protein expression correlates with an increase in Nav1.8 protein expression in the right atrial appendage of the human heart..

Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence: big data and modern information processing systems (2020)
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Akhtar, P., Osburg, V. S., Kabra, G., Ullah, S., Shabbir, H., & Kumari, S. (in press). Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence: big data and modern information processing systems. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2020.1834126

Humanitarian operational excellence depends on effective coordination and collaboration not only between supply chain partners but also among other actors such as host government, local and international non-government organizations (NGOs), and donor... Read More about Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence: big data and modern information processing systems.

Cytotoxic effects of Ridolfia segetum (L.) Moris phytoproducts in cancer cells (2020)
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Lemos, M. F., Beeby, E., Magalhães, M., Lemos, M. F. L., Pires, I. M., & Cabral, C. (in press). Cytotoxic effects of Ridolfia segetum (L.) Moris phytoproducts in cancer cells. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2020.113515

Ethnopharmacological relevance: The past few years have witnessed an increasing interest in essential oils (EOs) as potential therapeutic agents against a wide variety of pathologies, including cancer. EOs extracted from Ridolfia segetum (L.) Moris (... Read More about Cytotoxic effects of Ridolfia segetum (L.) Moris phytoproducts in cancer cells.

Relating the Flow Processes and Bedforms of Steady-State and Waning Density Currents (2020)
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de Cala, I., Ohata, K., Dorrell, R., Naruse, H., Patacci, M., Amy, L. A., …McCaffrey, W. D. (2020). Relating the Flow Processes and Bedforms of Steady-State and Waning Density Currents. Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2020.535743

© Copyright© 2020 de Cala, Ohata, Dorrell, Naruse, Patacci, Amy, Simmons, McLelland and McCaffrey. The interaction between turbidity currents and mobile substrates can lead to the development of different types of bedforms. Although much research has... Read More about Relating the Flow Processes and Bedforms of Steady-State and Waning Density Currents.

Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions (2020)
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Lakshmi, G., Saha, S., & Bhattarai, K. (2021). Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions. Economic modelling, 94, 386-400. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2020.10.011

In examining the role of institutions in resisting corruption and its impact on growth, most studies concentrate on the aggregate level and conclude that sound institutions enhance growth. We focus instead on varying dimensions of heterogeneous insti... Read More about Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions.

Do wild raccoons (Procyon lotor) use tools? (2020)
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Morton, F. B. (2020). Do wild raccoons (Procyon lotor) use tools?. Animal Cognition, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10071-020-01430-y

Being able to make and use tools was once considered to be an evolutionary hallmark of our species, but has since been documented in other animals. However, for reasons that remain unclear, not all species naturally use tools. Racoons (Procyon lotor)... Read More about Do wild raccoons (Procyon lotor) use tools?.

Validation and factor structure of the Italian version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) (2020)
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Nespoli, A., Colciago, E., Fumagalli, S., Locatelli, A., Hollins Martin, C. J., & Martin, C. R. (in press). Validation and factor structure of the Italian version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R). Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/02646838.2020.1836333

Objective To validate the Italian-language version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) and report key measurement properties of the tool. To evaluate the impact of antenatal class attendance on BSS-R assessed birth satisfaction. Backg... Read More about Validation and factor structure of the Italian version of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R).

Death in the Diaspora: British and Irish Gravestones (2020)
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Evans, N., & McCarthy, A. (Eds.). (2020). Death in the Diaspora: British and Irish Gravestones. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

As the British expanded their empire from near colonies such as Ireland to those in remote corners of the world, such as Barbados, Ceylon, North America and Australia, they left a trail of physical remains in every parish where settlement occurred. B... Read More about Death in the Diaspora: British and Irish Gravestones.

Rhinovirus-16 increases ATP release in A549 cells without concomitant increase in production (2020)
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Atkinson, S. K., Morice, A. H., & Sadofsky, L. R. (2020). Rhinovirus-16 increases ATP release in A549 cells without concomitant increase in production. ERJ Open Research, 6(4), https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00159-2020

Human rhinovirus (RV) is the most common cause of upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) and chronic airway disease exacerbation. Cough is present in 50–80% of URTI cases, accompanied by heightened airway hypersensitivity, yet no effective treatmen... Read More about Rhinovirus-16 increases ATP release in A549 cells without concomitant increase in production.

Remembering 1807: Lessons from the Archives (2020)
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Oldfield, J., & Wills, M. (2020). Remembering 1807: Lessons from the Archives. History workshop journal : HWJ, https://doi.org/10.1093/hwj/dbaa016

This article offers new perspectives on the commemorative events organized around the UK in 2007 to mark the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act (1807). Drawing from the resources contained in Remembering 1807, a digital archive of in... Read More about Remembering 1807: Lessons from the Archives.

Studying animal innovation at the individual level: A ratings-based assessment in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus [Cebus] sp.) (2020)
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Morton, F. B., Buchanan-Smith, H. M., Brosnan, S. F., Thierry, B., Paukner, A., Essler, J. L., …Lee, P. C. (in press). Studying animal innovation at the individual level: A ratings-based assessment in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus [Cebus] sp.). Journal of Comparative Psychology,

Large-scale studies of individual differences in innovative behaviour among nonhuman animals are rare because of logistical difficulties associated with obtaining observational data on a large number of innovative individuals across multiple location... Read More about Studying animal innovation at the individual level: A ratings-based assessment in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus [Cebus] sp.).

Azithromycin for sarcoidosis cough: an open label exploratory clinical trial (2020)
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Fraser, S. D., Thackray-Nocera, S., Shepherd, M., Flockton, R., Wright, C., Sheedy, W., …Hart, S. P. (in press). Azithromycin for sarcoidosis cough: an open label exploratory clinical trial. ERJ Open Research, https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00534-2020

Background Chronic cough is a distressing symptom for many people with pulmonary sarcoidosis. Continuous treatment with a macrolide antibiotic may improve cough. We aimed to assess the potential efficacy of azithromycin in patients with sarcoidosis a... Read More about Azithromycin for sarcoidosis cough: an open label exploratory clinical trial.

Spousal violence: A Mokken Scaling Analysis of Attitudes of South Asian Men and Women (2020)
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Ali, P., & Watson, R. (in press). Spousal violence: A Mokken Scaling Analysis of Attitudes of South Asian Men and Women. Violence and Victims, 35(5), 656-673. https://doi.org/10.1891/VV-D-18-00043

Attitudes towards intimate partner violence are usually explored by asking participants to respond to some statements describing various instances or situations. Currently, we do not know if responses to such questions or statements are random, leadi... Read More about Spousal violence: A Mokken Scaling Analysis of Attitudes of South Asian Men and Women.

Resistance training leads to large improvements in strength and moderate improvements in physical function in adults who are overweight or obese: a systematic review (2020)
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Orange, S. T., Madden, L. A., & Vince, R. V. (2020). Resistance training leads to large improvements in strength and moderate improvements in physical function in adults who are overweight or obese: a systematic review. Journal of Physiotherapy, 66(4), 214-224. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jphys.2020.09.009

Questions What are the effects of resistance training on muscle strength, physical function and muscle power in adults who are overweight or obese? Which factors moderate the effects? Design Systematic review of randomised controlled trials, wit... Read More about Resistance training leads to large improvements in strength and moderate improvements in physical function in adults who are overweight or obese: a systematic review.