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Τhe minimum fascia–tumor distance (MFTD) criterion is more feasible for benign tumors than for malignant tumors for the localization of parotid tumors. For benign parotid tumors, US is enough to guide operations.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of high purity magnesium and the magnesium-aluminum-zinc alloy AZ31 as sacrificial anodes in an electrocoagulation process with polarity change for the treatment of synthetic indigo carmine solution. It was studied the effect of the main parameters such as temperature, anodic material, current density, initial dye concentration, and agitation speed on the diminishing of indigo carmine concentration and non-purgeable organic carbon. Also, image analysis was used in conjunction with zeta potential measurements to understand the mechanism of flocs formation. The best results were 80% and 96% removal for non-purgeable organic carbon and dye content respectively at room temperature, by using turbulent regime, initial dye concentration of 100 mg L−1 and 50 A m−2 as current density with AZ31 alloy as electrodes. Particularly, high purity magnesium reached 75% in non-purgeable organic carbon removal and 86% in dye removal at the conditions described above. Finally, an additional improvement of 43% in the diminishing of the organic carbon content was observed when polarity change was used, a phenomenon that was attributed to the distribution of the oxidation reaction between electrodes, avoiding the saturation of the surface with oxide and hydroxide layers. Major areas and major fractal dimension were obtained by using a polarity change.
Dissecting alterations in human CD8+ T cells with aging by high-dimensional single cell mass cytometry
Publication date: Available online 16 January 2019
Source: Clinical Immunology
Author(s): Min Sun Shin, Kristina Yim, Kevin Moon, Hong-Jai Park, Subhasis Mohanty, Joseph W. Kim, Ruth R. Montgomery, Albert C. Shaw, Smita Krishnaswamy, Insoo Kang
We investigated the effect of aging on the multi-dimensional characteristics and heterogeneity of human peripheral CD8+ T cells defined by the expression of a set of molecules at the single cell level using the recently developed mass cytometry or Cytometry by Time-Of-Flight (CyTOF) and computational algorithms. CD8+ T cells of young and older adults had differential expression of molecules, especially those related to cell activation and migration, permitting the clustering of young and older adults through an unbiased approach. The changes in the expression of individual molecules were collectively reflected in the altered high-dimensional profiles of CD8+ T cells in older adults as visualized by the dimensionality reduction analysis tools principal component analysis (PCA) and t-distributed stochastic neighbor embedding (t-SNE). A combination of PhenoGraph clustering and t-SNE analysis revealed heterogeneous subsets of CD8+ T cells that altered with aging. Furthermore, intermolecular quantitative relationships in CD8+ T cells appeared to change with age as determined by the computational algorithm conditional-Density Resampled Estimate of Mutual Information (DREMI). The results of our study showed that heterogeneity, multidimensional characteristics, and intermolecular quantitative relationships in human CD8+ T cells altered with age, distinctively clustering young and older adults through an unbiased approach.