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This is an edited and updated transcript of a November 2016 interview that was part of the Tianxia Podcast Series (http://www.chinoiresie.info/tessa-morris-suzuki-podcast-diamond-mountains/). The conversation transcribed here focuses on a discussion of Tessa Morris-Suzuki’s To the Diamond Mountains: A Hundred-Year Journey through China and Korea (2010), a travelogue based on a trip she took in 2009 to Northeast China, North Korea, and South Korea with the purpose of retracing the 1910 journey of the English adventurer and artist Emily Georgiana Kemp. We discuss the book in relation to the momentous transformations that have occurred over the long twentieth century in the areas visited by Kemp, and to the ways in which grassroots movements and new forms of survival politics are remaking Northeast Asia today.
Advances in pharmaceutical materials and processing require new generations of pharmaceutical technologies, which in turn require an improved understanding of each step in the unit processes of dosage form development. The unit processes range from raw material qualification to final product release using process monitoring of critical steps. The authors illustrate some recent research trends in understanding and improving pharmaceutical materials and processing through the use of experience obtained within several research programs at Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN, USA).
Morris, Otto,Liu, Xi,Domingues, Celia,Runchel, Christopher,Chai, Andrea,Basith, Shaherin,Tenev, Tencho,Chen, Haiyang,Choi, Sangdun,Pennetta, Giuseppa,Buchon, Nicolas,Meier, Pascal Cell Press 2016 Cell host & microbe Vol.20 No.3
<▼1><P><B>Summary</B></P><P>Pattern recognition receptors are activated following infection and trigger transcriptional programs important for host defense. Tight regulation of NF-κB activation is critical to avoid detrimental and misbalanced responses. We describe Pickle, a <I>Drosophila</I> nuclear IκB that integrates signaling inputs from both the Imd and Toll pathways by skewing the transcriptional output of the NF-κB dimer repertoire. Pickle interacts with the NF-κB protein Relish and the histone deacetylase dHDAC1, selectively repressing Relish homodimers while leaving other NF-κB dimer combinations unscathed. Pickle’s ability to selectively inhibit Relish homodimer activity contributes to proper host immunity and organismal health. Although loss of <I>pickle</I> results in hyper-induction of Relish target genes and improved host resistance to pathogenic bacteria in the short term, chronic inactivation of <I>pickle</I> causes loss of immune tolerance and shortened lifespan. Pickle therefore allows balanced immune responses that protect from pathogenic microbes while permitting the establishment of beneficial commensal host-microbe relationships.</P></▼1><▼2><P><B>Highlights</B></P><P>•<P>Pickle selectively inhibits NF-κB target genes that are driven by Relish homodimers</P>•<P>Pickle is a nuclear member of the IκB protein family</P>•<P>Loss of <I>pickle</I> causes hyper-activation of Relish-dependent target genes</P>•<P>Loss of <I>pickle</I> enhances host resistance to bacteria but compromises lifespan</P></P></▼2><▼3><P>Tight regulation of NF-κB signaling is critical to avoid detrimental and misbalanced responses. Morris et al. identify an IκB protein in <I>Drosophila</I> that inhibits a selective subset of the NF-κB dimer repertoire, thereby ensuring an appropriate immune response to pathogens while preventing tissue damage and reduced lifespan.</P></▼3>
The diffusion of ion-implanted Cu in Kapton films has been studied by Rutherford Back Scattering (RBS). At low temperatures, diffusion is thermally activated with an energy of 0.41 eV and a diffusion constant D of about 10^(-18) ㎠/sec at room temperature. Above 460K the implanted profiles narrow dramatically instead of continuing to spread, a process interpreted in terms of cluster nucleation at the polymer's β^+ transition temperature. Subsequent diffusion of the clusters above 525K has an activation energy of 1.91 eV.
Morris, Brian J.,Mindel, Adrian,Tobian, Aaron A.R.,Hankins, Catherine A.,Gray, Ronald H.,Bailey, Robert C.,Bosch, Xavier,Wodak, Alex D. Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention 2012 Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention Vol.13 No.9
The recent policy statement by the Cancer Council of Australia on infant circumcision and cancer prevention and the announcement that the quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine will be made available for boys in Australia prompted us to provide an assessment of genital cancer prevention. While HPV vaccination of boys should help reduce anal cancer in homosexual men and cervical cancer in women, it will have little or no impact on penile or prostate cancer. Male circumcision can reduce cervical, penile and possibly prostate cancer. Promotion of both HPV vaccination and male circumcision will synergistically maximize genital cancer prevention.