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TRIF Licenses Caspase-11-Dependent NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation by Gram-Negative Bacteria
Systemic infections with Gram-negative bacteria are characterized by high mortality rates due to the "sepsis syndrome," a widespread and uncontrolled inflammatory response. Though it is well… Expand
Investigating the relationship between product involvement and consumer decision‐making styles
Recently, a number of studies have investigated consumer decision-making styles (CDMS) and their importance to consumer behaviour research. However, research designs suggested to date are mainly… Expand
Nursing Care of the Brain Injury Patient on a Locked Neurobehavioral Unit
- Christine Becker
- Rehabilitation nursing : the official journal of…
- 1 July 2012
&NA; Behavioral problems after a brain injury can be extremely challenging for those working with brain injured people. Nursing staff must be familiar with commonly used post brain injury medications… Expand
Pretreatment Before Succinylcholine for Outpatient Anesthesia?
- T. Mencke, J. Schreiber, Christine Becker, M. Bolte, T. Fuchs-Buder
- Anesthesia and analgesia
- 1 March 2002
IMPLICATIONS This study demonstrated that pretreatment of succinylcholine with rocuronium failed to decrease the incidence or the severity of postoperative myalgia. However, in most patients,… Expand
From High Culture to Hip Culture: Transforming the BBC into BBC America
- Christine Becker
- Political Science
In a 2003 television ad campaign for BBC America, a group of American twenty somethings offer testimonials extolling the greatness of the cable channel’s hit BBC import, The Office. “It’s willing to… Expand
Cool-cultivated red leaf lettuce accumulates cyanidin-3-O-(6″-O-malonyl)-glucoside and caffeoylmalic acid.
- Christine Becker, Hans-Peter Klaering, L. Kroh, A. Krumbein
- Biology, Medicine
- Food chemistry
- 1 March 2014
Cultivating lettuce in greenhouses at low temperatures improves its CO2-balance and may increase its content of flavonoid glycosides and phenolic acids. We cultivated 5weeks old red leaf lettuce… Expand
Need for optimal body composition data analysis using air-displacement plethysmography in children and adolescents.
- A. Bosy-Westphal, S. Danielzik, +5 authors M. Mueller
- Medicine, Mathematics
- The Journal of nutrition
- 1 September 2005
Air-displacement plethysmography (ADP) is now widely used for body composition measurement in pediatric populations. However, the manufacturer's software developed for adults leaves a potential bias… Expand
Unlike Quercetin Glycosides, Cyanidin Glycoside in Red Leaf Lettuce Responds More Sensitively to Increasing Low Radiation Intensity before than after Head Formation Has Started
- Christine Becker, Hans-Peter Klaering, M. Schreiner, L. Kroh, A. Krumbein
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 1 January 2014
This study investigated the effect of low-level photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD; 43–230 μmol m–2 s–1) on the major phenolic compounds of red leaf lettuce in three growth stages, before,… Expand
Nitrogen Limited Red and Green Leaf Lettuce Accumulate Flavonoid Glycosides, Caffeic Acid Derivatives, and Sucrose while Losing Chlorophylls, Β-Carotene and Xanthophylls
Reduction of nitrogen application in crop production is desirable for ecological and health-related reasons. Interestingly, nitrogen deficiency can lead to enhanced concentrations of polyphenols in… Expand
CO₂ enrichment can produce high red leaf lettuce yield while increasing most flavonoid glycoside and some caffeic acid derivative concentrations.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) enrichment is a common practice in greenhouses to increase crop yields up to 30%. Yet, reports on the effect on foliar phenolic compounds vary. We studied the effect on two red… Expand