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Human catestatin induces gut microbiota dysbiosis

Treatment with catestatin changes the proportion of two major phyla bacteroidetes and firmicutes in the gut microbiota in an opposite manner observed in intestinal disorders like ibd, ibs or non-intestinal disorders like obesity. Specifically, administration of an effective amount of catestatin increased the relative percentage of bacteroidetes and decreased the relative percentage of firmicutes in the gut microbiota.. ... University Of Manitoba

A passive wireless sensor for the measurement of ac electric field in the vicinity of high voltage apparatus

A new passive wireless electric field sensor is disclosed. This sensor does not require direct attachment to a source of power which makes it passive. ... University Of Manitoba

Textured-crystal nanoparticles from ligated anionic element reagent complex

A method for synthesizing a reagent complex includes a step of ball-milling a mixture that includes: a powder of a zero-valent element; a hydride molecule; and a nitrile ligand. The method produces a reagent complex having a formula q0.xy.lz, where q0 is the zero-valent element, x is the hydride molecule, and l is the nitrile ligand. ... University Of Manitoba

Intravascular plaque detection in oct images

Detection of intravascular plaque in oct images is carried out by obtaining images of vascular tissue from a vascular component by oct either in a static mode of a single image or in a dynamic mode where the images are obtained by scanning. The method acts by dividing the oct image into different regular regions, calculating different texture features for each of the above regions with a reduced set of less than a full set of the 26 haralick textural features, using a clustering algorithm to segment the image defined by its texture features calculated above into different regions and transforming the segmented image back from its representation using texture features to its space-domain representation. ... University Of Manitoba

Treatment and biomarker for pulmonary hypoplasia in congenital diaphragmatic hernia

Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (cdh) is a developmental defect of the diaphragm, causing abdominal viscera to herniate into the thorax. A common genetic cause for cdh and the associated abnormal lung development has not been identified. ... University Of Manitoba

Method to rapidly detect insects in granular materials

A rapid method to detect and/or remove mobile insects inside granular material is presented. The core of this method is to heat grain samples to the desired temperatures (about 55 c) using microwave or radio frequency energy to force insects to move out of the granular material.. ... University Of Manitoba

Direct measurement of reflected waves of multi-port antennas by using circulators

Power of reflected waves of a multi-port antenna apparatus is measured by connecting a circulator between the respective output of the multi-output feeding network and the multi-port antenna. Each circulator has a plurality of ports where the output signal from the network is communicated to a first port of through the circulator and from the second port of the circulator to the respective port of the multi-port antenna and such that the reflected waves from the respective port of the multi-port antenna are communicated back to the second port of the circulator and through the circulator to a third port of the circulator and measuring the reflected waves from a selected one of the ports of the multi-port antenna by connecting the third port of the respective circulator to a vector network analyzer while connecting each of the third ports of the remaining circulators to a standard matching load.. ... University Of Manitoba

Imaging using reconfigurable antennas

Exemplary imaging systems, apparatus, and methods may include a plurality of reconfigurable antenna assemblies. The reconfigurable antenna assemblies may each include one or more antennas. ... University Of Manitoba

Di- and tri-cationic glycosylated antitumor ether lipids, l-gucosylated gaels and rhamnose-linked gaels as cytotoxic agents against epithelial cancer cells and cancer stem cells

Glycosylated antitumor ether lipids (gaels) kill cancer cells by a nonapoptotic pathway which is an attractive strategy to avoid resistance. To further optimize the antitumor effect, we prepared various analogs of di-, and tri-cationic gael analogs differing in the nature of the sugar (d-giucose or l-glucose), the anomeric linkage as well as position of the glycerolipid moiety. ... University Of Manitoba

Idr peptide compositions and use thereof for treatment of th2-dysregulated inflammatory conditions

A composition for treating or preventing a th2-dysregulated inflammatory condition wherein the composition comprises a therapeutically effective amount of one or more idr peptides. Use of idr peptides or a composition comprising idr peptides for treating or preventing a th2-dysregulated inflammatory condition. ... University Of Manitoba

Gentisic acid is used to improve systemic hemodynamics, hepatic mitochondrial function and lactate acidemia in patients with septic shock

Gentisic acid sodium salt is shown to be useful as a treatment to improve systemic hemodynamics, hepatic mitochondrial function and lactic acidemia in patients with septic shock.. . ... University Of Manitoba

Uses of mito-ob transgenic mice

The mito-ob obese mouse model overexpresses the mitochondrial protein prohibitin (phb). Mito-ob male mice develop insulin resistance in addition to obesity and they do not develop overt diabetes. ... University Of Manitoba

Methods to produce single glycoform antibodies

An enzymatic method is provided for restructuring an affinity ligand bound heterogenous glycoform antibody sample to a substantially homogenous single desired glycoform antibody sample for therapeutic uses and kits for performing the methods. A method for enzymatically altering the fc region of an affinity ligand bound antibody from a heterogenous glycoform to a substantially homogenous single glycoform comprises: contacting the affinity ligand bound heterogeneous glycoform antibody with a reaction buffer designed for a particular glycoform modification for a time sufficient and under conditions to modify the glycoform of the fc region to a substantially homogeneous single form; optionally adding one or more nucleotide sugars and/or cofactors; and releasing the substantially homogeneous single glycoform antibody sample from said affinity ligand. ... University Of Manitoba

Methods and compositions for treatment of peripheral neuropathies

A composition for therapy of a peripheral neuropathy disorder in a subject in need thereof. The composition comprises an effective amount of an agent selected from a group consisting of pirenzepine, oxybutynin, muscarinic toxin 7, a muscarinic receptor antagonist, and combinations thereof, and a pharmacologically acceptable carrier and/or an excipient. ... University Of Manitoba

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Modulation of calcium ion homeostasis in harvested transplantable hearts

An oxygenated cardioplegic composition for immediate reperfusion of a donor heart after its procurement. The composition comprises an adenosine-lidocaine mixture for causing immediate cessation of the heart's systolic function upon contact; a normokalemic concentration of potassium ions; a concentration of ca2+ ions selected to maintain the intracellular level of ca2+ ions in the harvested heart muscle cells at about 10−4 mmol/l; and a ph of 6.9. ... University Of Manitoba

01/19/17 / #20170016228

Surface reinforced concrete masonry units

A masonry wall is formed of masonry block units abutted with one another in series within stacked rows. Each masonry block unit is a concrete body having two opposing exterior side walls defining respective portions of the assembly masonry wall. ... University Of Manitoba

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