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Correction to: Comparative characteristics of TEMPO-oxidized cellulose nanofibers and resulting nanopapers from bamboo, softwood, and hardwood pulps

The affiliation “Collaborative Innovation Center of Bamboo Resources & Highly Efficient Utilization in Zhejiang Province” in the published article should be corrected to read “Zhejiang Provincial Collaborative Innovation Center of Bamboo Resources and High-Efficiency Utilization”.

Development of an Analytical Method for the Rapid Quantitation of Peptides Used in Microbicide Formulations

Institutes of Health Research Operating Grant (MOP110981) and a Manitoba Health Research Council Establishment Grant awarded to Dr. Emmanuel A. Ho. Yufei Chen and Sidi Yang are both grateful for the financial

Asian gastric cancer patients show superior survival: the experiences of a single Australian center

Background Survival after curative gastrectomy for gastric cancer varies depending on region. The 5-year survival rates in Western trials reach 36–47 % compared with 40–60 % in Japanese studies. We analyzed the outcomes of Asian and non-Asian patients at a single Australian institution. Methods We analyzed a prospectively kept database of patients following gastric resection ...

Hepatoprotective role of liver fatty acid binding protein in acetaminophen induced toxicity

Background FABP1 has been reported to possess strong antioxidant properties. Upon successful transfection of the Chang cell line, which has undetectable FABP1 mRNA levels, with human FABP1 cDNA, the Chang cells were shown to express FABP1. Using the transfected and control (normal) Chang cells and subjecting them to oxidative stress, transfected cells were reported to be associated ...

Bioluminescent Imaging Reveals Divergent Viral Pathogenesis in Two Strains of Stat1-Deficient Mice, and in αßγ Interferon Receptor-Deficient Mice

Pivotal components of the IFN response to virus infection include the IFN receptors (IFNR), and the downstream factor signal transducer and activator of transcription 1 (Stat1). Mice deficient for Stat1 and IFNR (Stat1−/− and IFNαßγR−/− mice) lack responsiveness to IFN and exhibit high sensitivity to various pathogens. Here we examined herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) ...