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Assessing the oseltamivir-induced resistance risk and implications for influenza infection control strategies

Assessing the oseltamivir-induced resistance risk and implications for influenza infection control strategies Nan-Hung Hsieh,1 Yi-Jun Lin,2 Ying-Fei Yang,2 Chung-Min Liao2 1Department of Veterinary

Mathematical modeling of postcoinfection with influenza A virus and Streptococcus pneumoniae, with implications for pneumonia and COPD-risk assessment

Mathematical modeling of postcoinfection with influenza A virus and Streptococcus pneumoniae, with implications for pneumonia and COPD-risk assessment Yi-Hsien Cheng,1 Shu-Han You,2 Yi-Jun Lin,3 Szu

Estradiol and Tamoxifen Induce Cell Migration through GPR30 and Activation of Focal Adhesion Kinase (FAK) in Endometrial Cancers with Low or without Nuclear Estrogen Receptor α (ERα)

Estrogens and tamoxifen (an antiestrogen) exert their actions by activation of estrogen receptor (ER) through genomic and non-genomic mechanisms and are implicated in the development of endometrial cancer. Previous reports have demonstrated that estradiol and tamoxifen induce proliferation of human endometrial cancer cells through GPR30 (non-genomic ER) signaling pathway. Herein...

Assessing trends and predictors of tuberculosis in Taiwan

Background Variety of environmental and individual factors can cause tuberculosis (TB) incidence change. The purpose of this study was to assess the characteristics of TB trends in the period 2004 - 2008 in Taiwan by month, year, gender, age, temperature, seasonality, and aborigines. Methods The generalized regression models were used to examine the potential predictors for the...