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Evaluation of HIV-1 env for compartmentalization between the genital tract and blood using correlation coefficients, Slatkin-Maddison, and Nearest-Neighbor Models.

Notes: Treatment status defined by whether receiving ART, and if so whether ART was “effective”, defined by plasma levels 400 c/mL after the initial 6 months of therapy.a–cViral compartmentalization assessed by Critchlow correlation coefficients (rb and r) [32], the nearest neighbor (Snn) [31] and Slatkin and Maddison (SM) [29].dEvaluation of HIV-1 env compartmentalization between the genital tract and blood with identical sequences collapsed into a single sequence.*Values p

Vaccine efficacy against all episodes of clinical and severe malaria in children aged 5–17 mo at enrollment.

RTS, S Clinical Trials Partnership (2014)
Publisher: Figshare
1Event rate for clinical malaria; affected rate (percent) for severe malaria and hospitalization.2For clinical malaria: p-value from negative binomial regression. For severe malaria, malaria hospitalization, and all-cause hospitalization: p-value from two-sided Fisher's exact test.3Clinical malaria primary case definition: illness in a child brought to a study facility with a measured temperature of ≥37.5°C and P. falciparum asexual parasitemia at a density of >5,000 parasites/mm3 or a case o...

Total antibody positivity rate after single or double immunization.

Note: Mice were randomly assigned to five groups (8/group). Except for the NS and RVJ mock groups, mice received different prime–boost vaccination regimens. Sera were collected 2 weeks after each immunization, and HBV specific antibody was detected by ELISA. Seroconversion is indicated in the table.NS: Normal saline.RVJ: recombinant vaccinia virus.

Spearman's correlation co-efficients between socioeconomic circumstance, early life parameters, hypertension and regional MRI hyperintensity scores.

Abbreviations: aSEC  =  adult socioeconomic circumstance, cSEC  =  childhood socioeconomic circumstance, Edu  =  educational score, CIQ  =  age 11 intelligence, Hyp  =  treated or new hypertension, WMH  =  white matter hyperintensities, PVH  = periventricular hyperintensities, GMH  =  grey matter hyperintensities, ITH  =  infratentorial hyperintensities, ***  = P

Clinical characteristics and gene expression levels of the symptomatic HD patients, PreHD carriers and the controls.

HD: Huntington's Disease. SSRI: selective serotonin uptake inhibitor. UHDRS: The Unified Huntington's Disease Rating Scale. Scale ranges (normal to most severe) include motor score (0 to 124), independence score (100 to 10), and functional capacity (13 to 0).‡: P value of ANCOVA with adjustment of age and gender.*: Statistically significant in comparison with controls, P

Genotype-phenotype-analysis of SNP rs6887695 in patients with Crohn's disease (CD).

PCC:P-value for testing for differences between homozygous carriers of the C allele (C/C) and heterozygous and non-carriers of the C allele. ORCC: corresponding odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals (95% CI). Significant P-values (

Proteins with higher signal intensities in Meniere's disease in the Protoarray analysis.

Protein information was obtained from http://www.uniprot.org/.Proteins for which the Protoarray signal intensity was more than 2-fold higher in the patients with Meniere's disease than in the controls were listed (p

Clinical chemistry data, organ weight, food and water consumption.

Values determined in study 1. Values given are mean values of the 6 animals/group with standard deviation included. Significant changes are indicated using *: P