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Peter Gavrilov
Peter Gavrilov

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Lebwohl et al. [1], articulately describe why gluten free diets among people without coeliac disease should be discouraged, since this could result in reduced consumption of whole grains, which may in turn affect cardiovascular risk. However, this should not undermine the importance of a gluten free diet for people with coeliac disease whereby the ingestion of gluten not only results in villous damage but increases the risk of malabsorption, anaemia, osteoporosis and slight increase in malignancies. [2]




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One such barrier is a target for the second type of checkpoint blockade. T cells have another checkpoint, called PD-1. PD-1 is turned on by two ligands, one of which, PD-L1, is found on tumors and other cells in the tumor microenvironment, including blood vessels and supportive tissue. PD-L1 provides these cells with a direct off switch for activated T cells.


Today I would like to update you about an important, very recent ruling from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Genentech, the makers of tPA (tissue plasminogen activator) for stroke, went to the FDA to try to get an expanded label indication to use intravenous (IV) tPA in patients with ischemic stroke during the 3- to 4.5-hour period. This request was based on the ECASS-3 trial (the third European Cooperative Acute Stroke Study), which we have discussed previously, as well as pooled registry data from Europe and from other studies. We do not know in great detail why the FDA turned down Genentech's application to expand the label window to up to 4.5 hours for IV tPA. We have heard that the FDA did not think the data were "compelling." This may mean that there was only 1 large, prospective, randomized trial instead of 2, which they usually require. It may relate to the fact that ECASS-3 was essentially conducted in Europe and there was no US trial to compliment it; [the reasons behind the decision] are unclear.


Take a trip to the past. Spend a few minutes thinking about positive memories from your childhood. Doing so can bring about a cascade of "feel good" emotions. If you don't have a lot of happy childhood memories, think about positive ones from your adulthood. Your mind and body don't know that you're using imagery. As far as they are concerned, you are back there, smack dab in the middle of the good time.


Turn off the television. If you're not watching the television, turn it off. Too much noise leads to stress. Life has enough background annoyances as it is. Plus, turning off the boob tube when you're not using it saves energy and money.


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"Everybody thought, 'Why care about the messenger RNA? These molecules have high turnover rates and are quickly degraded, so what does it matter if one is damaged?'" said Hani Zaher, PhD, assistant professor of biology in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis.


"In organisms like E. coli or yeast, that's probably true," Zaher said. "You don't have to worry about mRNA because it turns over really fast. But in neurons you can't use that argument because an mRNA can persist, in some cases for days. And if that mRNA is really damaged it can become a big problem."


Not just a go-betweenTo find out, the scientists turned to yeast cells. If the yeast's ribosomes jammed on the oxidized mRNA but were rescued by no-go decay, very little damaged mRNA would accumulate in the cell. This proved to be the case.


'People have always said that mRNA is just the go-between," said Simms. "DNA and protein are the key factors and RNA is just this guy that gets made and then turned over and is not all that important. But we're seeing that it is important; far more important than we had realized."


On Salesforce's Q3 2023 earnings call on Thursday, Benioff was asked if Salesforce intends to appoint another co-CEO. He didn't answer the question, but expressed confidence in the quality of Salesforce's senior management team.


Benioff said Salesforce achieved margins of 22.7 percent, but aims to hit 25 percent or above by FY 2026. Customers are apparently happy with this: execs said Salesforce's wares have proven they save money for users, and Salesforce is confident it can pull it off given it increased margin during the economic down years of 2008 and 2009.


Cloud giants Google and Amazon Web Services' latest financial results indicate the cloud computing adoption is finally slowing as customers press pause amid the economic downturn taking place across much of the West.


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