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Biases in information processing undoubtedly play an important role in the maintenance of emotion and emotional disorders. In an attentional cueing paradigm, threat words and angry faces had no advantage over positive or neutral words (or faces) in attracting attention to their own location, even for people who were highly state-anxious. In contrast, the(More)
Waardenburg-Shah syndrome combines the reduced enteric nervous system characteristic of Hirschsprung's disease with reduced pigment cell number, although the cell biological basis of the disease is unclear. We have analysed a zebrafish Waardenburg-Shah syndrome model. We show that the colourless gene encodes a sox10 homologue, identify sox10 lesions in(More)
sox10 is necessary for development of neural and pigment cell derivatives of the neural crest (NC). However, whereas a direct role for Sox10 activity has been established in pigment and glial lineages, this is more controversial in NC-derived sensory neurons of the dorsal root ganglia (DRGs). We proposed that sox10 functioned in specification of sensory(More)
The zebrafish fkd6 gene is a marker for premigratory neural crest. In this study, we analyze later expression in putative glia of the peripheral nervous system. Prior to neural crest migration, fkd6 expression is downregulated in crest cells. Subsequently, expression appears initially in loose clusters of cells in positions corresponding to cranial ganglia.(More)
Low self-esteem people are assumed to have more severe emotional reactions to failure than are high self-esteem people, but this assumption has not received consistent empirical support. In this article the authors report 2 investigations that found that self-esteem differences of this sort emerge for emotions that directly implicate the self (e.g., pride,(More)
OBJECTIVE In this study, the incidence, etiologies, and management with respect to clinical outcome of patients with iatrogenic aneurysmal rupture during attempted coil embolization of intracranial aneurysms are reviewed. METHODS A retrospective analysis was conducted of 274 patients with intracranial aneurysms treated with Guglielmi detachable coils over(More)
In humans, mutations in the SOX10 gene are a cause of the auditory-pigmentary disorder Waardenburg syndrome type IV (WS4) and related variants. SOX10 encodes an Sry-related HMG box protein essential for the development of the neural crest; deafness in WS4 and other Waardenburg syndromes is usually attributed to loss of neural-crest-derived melanocytes in(More)
OBJECTIVE Guglielmi detachable coil embolization of cerebral aneurysms is becoming increasingly used to manage certain intracranial lesions based on aneurysm geometry, patient condition, and patient and surgeon preferences. Aneurysm recurrences or incomplete initial treatments are not uncommon, making repeat treatment necessary using either surgical or(More)
  • J Wedekind, K Boissenin, B P Amavasai, K Dutton, M Boissenin
  • 2012
one copy of any article(s) in SHURA to facilitate their private study or for non-commercial research. You may not engage in further distribution of the material or use it for any profit-making activities or any commercial gain. Abstract—Dynamically typed scripting languages have become popular in recent years. Although interpreted languages allow for(More)
SUMMARY We determined the types and rates of complications related to diagnostic angiography and neuroradiologic interventional procedures at a centre that carries out the full spectrum of angiographic procedures. The occurrence of immediate and delayed complications in 1929 neuroangiographic procedures (1358 diagnostic and 571 interventional) performed(More)