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What's Your 2%? A Pilot Study for Encouraging Physical Activity Using Persuasive Video and Social Media
The purpose of this study is to observe the response of a group of subjects towards a message persuading them to include physical activities into their daily routine in order to improve and maintain their overall health. Expand
Evidence for involvement of medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase in the metabolism of phenylbutyrate.
Sodium phenylbutyrate is used for treating urea cycle disorders, providing an alternative for ammonia excretion. Following conversion to its CoA ester, phenylbutyryl-CoA is postulated to undergo oneExpand
HMOX1 Gene Promoter Polymorphism is Not Associated with Coronary Artery Disease in Koreans
Background The heme oxygenase-1 gene (HMOX1) promoter polymorphisms modulate its transcription in response to oxidative stress. This study screened for HMOX1 polymorphisms and investigated theExpand
Concerns of South Korean Patients and Family Members Affected with Genetic Conditions: A Content Analysis of Internet Website Messages
The genetic counseling profession is expanding globally, and many countries, such as South Korea, are in the early stages of developing programs to prepare healthcare professionals specificallyExpand
Transferrable superhydrophobic TiO2 nanorods on reduced graphene oxide films using block copolymer templates.
Superhydrophobic surfaces are normally fixed on the chosen materials. Here, we report transferrable superhydrophobicity which was enabled by fabricating TiO2 nanorods on a reduced graphene oxideExpand
The Spread of Sarnath-Style Buddha Images in Southeast Asia and Shandong, China, by the Sea Route
Certain Buddhist statues discovered in Southeast Asia were sculpted after Sarnath-style sculptures. Thus, these statues were produced between the late fifth and early sixth centuries. Considering theExpand
Exploring therapeutic approaches for treatment of medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase (MCAD) deficiency
Medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency (MCADD) is a common biochemical genetic disorder in the US. Nearly 90% of alleles from MCADD patients contain a common mutation in the ACADM (c.985A>G).Expand
Fluorescent topographic nanopatterns by fluorophore-functionalized diblock copolymers
We demonstrated the fabrication of fluorophore-functionalized nanopatterns with topographic features. To obtain fluorescent nanopatterns, diblock copolymers having fluorophores in one of the blocksExpand