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Quantification of chemical and mechanical bioerosion rates of six Caribbean excavating sponge species found on the coral reefs of Curaçao

water chemistry analyses. This flow-through incubation method ensured a constant supply of food and prevented excessive build-up of waste products, therewith simulating more adequately in situ reef ... analysed on a QuAAtro continuous flow analyzer (SEAL Analytical, GmbH, Norderstedt, Germany) following GO-SHIP protocol [ 70 ]. Final chemical erosion rates were expressed in mg CaCO3 cm-2 d-1 or

Antagonistic behavior between two honeycomb cowfish, Acanthostracion polygonius Poey, 1876, at Curaçao

and space: biology, chemistry, paleontology. AA Balkema, Rotterdam, pp 265-271 - colors while taking turns biting each other. c, d Smaller fish biting the larger one prior to separating The honeycomb

Human papillomavirus (HPV) prevalence and associated risk factors in women from Curaçao

transported to the Analytical Diagnostic Centre (ADC) Laboratory of Curac?ao where the HPV samples were stored at -20?C. 2.5 Cytology, referred participants and histology Smears were red by 2 cytotechnicians

Efficacy, safety, and tolerability of lacosamide in patients with gain-of-function Na v 1.7 mutation-related small fiber neuropathy: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial–the LENSS study

tests (e.g., hematology and clinical chemistry), blood pressure (BP), pulse rate (PR), and electrocardiogram (ECG). Sensitivity analyses include assessing the proportion of patients having ≥ 2 points ... activity window can be ± 2 days b. Subjects will be randomized provided they fulfill study selection criteria c. Safety laboratory tests include hematology and clinical chemistry d. Females who are 45-60

Understanding the impact of interprofessional collaboration on the quality of care: a case report from a small-scale resource limited health care environment

was first performed, followed by the development of descriptive themes, and then generation of analytical themes in the last stage. We chose this approach because it is suitable for analyzing relatively

Intravenous immunoglobulin therapy for small fiber neuropathy: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

additional tests: adverse events, laboratory test (e.g., hematology and clinical chemistry, as shown in Table 2), and vital signs. Data management An eCRF is used for each patient to collect all data. To

Brief Report: Normal Intestinal Permeability at Elevated Platelet Serotonin Levels in a Subgroup of Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders in Curaçao (The Netherlands Antilles)

agedependent reference values (American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 2005). Non-fasting venous blood (for serum antibodies) and EDTA-anticoagulated blood (all other assays) were collected from children ... normoserotonemic and hyperserotonemic. Platelet-rich-plasma Tryp data were evaluated with the use of age-dependent reference values (American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 2005). Exclusion of Celiac Disease

Procalcitonin as a potent marker of bacterial infection in febrile Afro-Caribbean patients at the emergency department

Netherlands 2 A. P. van Zanten Department of Clinical Chemistry , Slotervaartziekenhuis, Louwesweg 6, 1066 EC Amsterdam, The Netherlands Procalcitonin (PCT) has been shown to be of additional value in the work ... white blood cell (WBC) lysis and myeloperoxidase staining to determine WBC parameters. CRP measurements were performed on the Abbott c8000 chemistry analyser using a latexenhanced immunoturbidimetric

Nitrogen and phosphorus uptake rates of different species from a coral reef community after a nutrient pulse

(Seal Analytical, UK) at the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (Texel, The Netherlands). Collection of benthic organisms. Benthic organisms dominating the community at Buoy 0 were collected at

Archaeal and Bacterial Communities Associated with the Surface Mucus of Caribbean Corals Differ in Their Degree of Host Specificity and Community Turnover Over Reefs

bacterial assemblages in coral surface mucus . Environmental Chemistry . 2015 . doi: 10 .1071/EN15023 28. Lane DJ . 16S/23S rRNA sequencing . In: Stackebrandt E , Goodfellow M , editors. Nucleic acid

N-acetylcysteine reduces oxidative stress in sickle cell patients

Oxidative stress is of importance in the pathophysiology of sickle cell disease (SCD). In this open label randomized pilot study the effects of oral N-acetylcysteine (NAC) on phosphatidylserine (PS) expression as marker of cellular oxidative damage (primary end point), and markers of hemolysis, coagulation and endothelial activation and NAC tolerability (secondary end points...

Natural Diet of Coral-Excavating Sponges Consists Mainly of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC)

. Average analytical variation of the instrument was ,3% (57 injections per sample). Samples for bacterial abundance (9 mL) were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde (PFA) and filtered over a 0.2 mm polycarbonate

Fast Detection of Nutrient Limitation in Macroalgae and Seagrass with Nutrient-Induced Fluorescence

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands, using continuous flow analysis via a Quatro auto-analyzer (Seal Analytical, UK). Nutrient-Induced Fluorescence Transient (NIFT

Sharing the slope: depth partitioning of agariciid corals and associated Symbiodinium across shallow and mesophotic habitats (2-60 m) on a Caribbean reef

products were sequenced in both the forward and reverse directions (ABI BigDye Terminator chemistry, Australian Genome Research Facility). All chromatograms were analyzed using Codoncode Aligner, with

Coral cavity sponges depend on reef-derived food resources: stable isotope and fatty acid constraints

glass wool, pre-column deactivated silica 5 m 9 0.53 lm, and analytical column SGE BPX-70 50 m 9 0.32 mm 9 0.25 lm. The identification of FAMES was based on the comparison of retention times with