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Journal of Neural Transmission
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Journal of Neural Transmission - DOI: 10.1007/s00702-019-02014-y
Genetic endophenotypes for insomnia of major depressive disorder and treatment-induced insomnia

Ibrahim Mohammed Badamasi · Munn Sann Lye · Normala Ibrahim · Johnson Stanslas ·

Journal of Neural Transmission - DOI: 10.1007/s00702-019-02069-x
Anxious depression as a clinically relevant subtype of pediatric major depressive disorder

Isabelle Häberling · Noemi Baumgartner · Sophie Emery · Paola Keller · Michael Strumberger · Kristin Nalani · Klaus Schmeck · Suzanne Erb · Silke Bachmann · Lars Wöckel · Ulrich Müller-Knapp · Brigitte Contin-Waldvogel · Bruno Rhiner · Susanne Walitza · Gregor Berger ·


Background: Consanguinity increases the incidence of recessive diseases such as beta-thalassaemia major (βTM), one of the most prevalent lethal inherited diseases in the world.

Consanguineous unions and endogamy in families of beta-thalassaemia patients from two Mediterranean populations: Tunisia and Italy [10.1080/03014460.2019.1695936]

Conclusions The SAS can be a simple, rapid scoring system that effectively predicts major postoperative complications.

Utility of the Surgical Apgar Score in pancreatic cancer and modification [10.1016/j.lers.2019.07.004]

Objective To analyze the treatment trajectory and revelant factors of serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) in patients with first-episode major depression after single-drug treatment.

Trajectory analysis of single-drug therapy for first-episode major depression disorder [10.3760/CMA.J.ISSN.1674-6554.2019.06.003]

BACKGROUND & AIM It is unclear if a reduction in hepatic fat content (HFC) is a major mediator of the cardiometabolic benefit of lifestyle intervention, and whether it has prognostic significance beyond the loss of visceral adipose tissue (VAT).

The beneficial effects of Mediterranean diet over low-fat diet may be mediated by decreasing hepatic fat content. [10.1016/j.jhep.2019.04.013]

The study was undertaken to assess the gross seed-internal bacterial community in tomato and to confirm if spore-forming Firmicutes constituted major seed endophytes adopting cultivation versus molecular approach on surface-sterilized seeds.

Molecular Profiling on Surface-Disinfected Tomato Seeds Reveals High Diversity of Cultivation-Recalcitrant Endophytic Bacteria with Low Shares of Spore-Forming Firmicutes [10.1007/s00248-019-01440-5]

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