Scavenging molecule offers longlasting protection against toxic nerve agents in rodents

first_img Source:https://www.aaas.org/ Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Jan 3 2019For the first time, scientists have created a scavenging molecule that provides long-lasting preventative protection against toxic nerve agents in rodents. Their therapy represents a major breakthrough in the field – as researchers have unsuccessfully spent 60 years in search of numerous effective approaches – and lays the groundwork for treatments that could shield at-risk individuals from these highly dangerous poisons, many of which are used in chemical warfare and as pesticides. Organophosphates are a family of chemicals that block the communication between nerves and organs, resulting in muscle paralysis and death due to impaired breathing.Related StoriesAntioxidant precursor molecule could improve dopamine levels in Parkinson’s patientsInhibition of CRMP2 phosphorylation promotes axonal regeneration after optic nerve injuryStudy discovers origin of neurofibromas that develop throughout the skin of NF1 patientsPesticides containing organophosphates cause 200,000 poisoning deaths per year in developing countries, and the compounds have also been repurposed into extremely toxic nerve agents such as sarin (used in terrorist attacks and in the Syrian civil war) and VX. Such toxins cause death within minutes when inhaled or exposed to human skin, making it difficult to successfully treat patients after exposure. The concept of a preventative “bioscavenger” that breaks down organophosphates in the bloodstream prior to exposure was proposed decades ago, and since then most candidates in development only provided protection for brief periods. To address these obstacles, Peng Zhang and colleagues developed a bioscavenger based on an enzyme named OPH, which can decompose nerve agents into biologically harmless molecules. One single preventative treatment subsequently protected rats from multiple exposures to organophosphates for up to five days, and provided safe and near-total protection to multiple sarin injections in guinea pigs for eight days (the equivalent of weeks to a month in humans). The authors say further research is necessary to determine the compound’s long-term efficacy and safety in a large animal model, but it could have translational potential to fulfill unmet needs in both medical and military applications.last_img read more

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Bug bombs are ineffective at removing cockroaches from indoor environments

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Jan 28 2019Total release foggers, commonly known as “bug bombs,” are ineffective at removing cockroaches from indoor environments, according to a new study from North Carolina State University.Bug-bomb chemicals fail to reach places where cockroaches congregate the most – on the underside of surfaces and inside cabinets, NC State researchers say. Besides leaving behind numerous cockroaches, bug bombs also leave behind nasty toxic residue in the middle of floors and countertops, areas cockroaches generally avoid but which are heavily used by humans and pets.”There’s been a general assumption that bug bombs work to eliminate cockroaches indoors, but no one had conducted a formal assessment of their efficacy and any exposure risks,” said Zachary DeVries, an NC State postdoctoral researcher and the lead author of the study, published in BMC Public Health. “We’ve done that simultaneously in this study.”To understand more about the effectiveness of total release foggers, the researchers tested four different commercially available bug bombs with various insecticide active ingredients in five different apartment complexes with moderate to severe infestations of German cockroaches (Blattella germanica), common indoor household pests.”All the fogger products contained pyrethroids, a class of fast-acting insecticides, and some contained piperonyl butoxide, a chemical that prevents roaches from metabolizing, or breaking down, the insecticide,” said Coby Schal, Blanton J. Whitmire Distinguished Professor of Entomology at NC State and senior author of the paper.After gauging estimates of cockroach populations in 20 homes, the researchers set off the bug bombs, following the labels’ instructions – and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guidelines on preparing the homes for fogger release – to the letter.The researchers then monitored cockroach populations two weeks and one month after the bombs were released and found no declines from the pre-intervention estimates.”The bug-bomb products did absolutely nothing to control cockroach populations in these homes,” DeVries said.Meanwhile, the researchers treated 10 additional homes with either a commercially available gel bait or a professional-grade gel bait. Gel baits are generally applied in small dabs via syringe, so they can be placed directly in the places where cockroaches hide. In contrast to the bug bombs, these baits were effective, after two and four weeks, in eliminating cockroach populations in the 10 homes.Related StoriesMosquito surveillance in Madagascar reveals new insight into malaria transmissionVideo games may help teens manage emotionsIt is okay for women with lupus to get pregnant with proper care, says new studyTo further test the effectiveness of bug bombs, the researchers placed both roaches raised in the lab and roaches captured in the homes into greased cages – making them inescapable – and set the cages on the floor and in upper cabinets of the studied homes during the deployment of the bug bombs.”The lab roaches, which are not hardy, had high mortality, as expected,” DeVries said. “The roaches captured in the homes and then brought back, however, had far lower mortality rates than you would expect from direct exposure to bug bombs, confirming the ineffectiveness of these products when used for German cockroach control.”The researchers also examined whether bug bombs increased insecticide exposure risks in the homes. Prior to doing that, however, they swabbed floors and kitchen surfaces and found insecticide residue already present.”Baseline levels of insecticides in these homes makes sense, because residents with moderate to severe cockroach infestations are likely to use insecticides to attempt to eliminate roaches,” DeVries said. “However, what was most disconcerting was that these swabs were collected from the middle of floors and kitchen surfaces, locations where roaches don’t generally congregate.”Four to six hours after the bug bombs were deployed, the researchers again swabbed floors, kitchen surfaces, walls and cabinets and found average insecticide residues increased 600 times baseline levels on all horizontal surfaces.One month later, those surfaces were swabbed again; 34 percent still had higher insecticide residue levels than the baseline.”Bug bombs are not killing cockroaches; they’re putting pesticides in places where the cockroaches aren’t; they’re not putting pesticides in places where cockroaches are and they’re increasing pesticide levels in the home,” DeVries said. “In a cost-benefit analysis, you’re getting all costs and no benefits.””This is of particular concern in low-income communities, where bug bombs are frequently used because professional pest control may be too expensive,” Schal added. Source:https://news.ncsu.edu/2019/01/bug-bombs-are-ineffective/last_img read more

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Index endoscopy results are crucial for assessment of Barretts patients

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Feb 15 2019A new study indicates that both high-grade abnormal cellular changes (dysplasia) and esophageal adenocarcinoma (a form of cancer) have increased in the last 25 years among people with a digestive condition known as Barrett’s esophagus. The study report, Increasing prevalence of high-grade dysplasia and adenocarcinoma on index endoscopy in Barrett’s esophagus over the past 2 decades, is published in the February issue of GIE: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE).The Barrett’s Esophagus Study looked at more than 3,600 patients at multiple healthcare centers who had Barrett’s esophagus (BE). This is a condition in which the normal tissue that lines the esophagus (the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach) develops abnormal changes. A significant percentage of people who have chronic symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) will develop Barrett’s esophagus.Related StoriesBacteria in the birth canal linked to lower risk of ovarian cancerSugary drinks linked to cancer finds studyHow cell-free DNA can be targeted to prevent spread of tumorsThe researchers looked at the index endoscopy findings of BE patients.Endoscopy is a medical procedure in which doctors insert a tube with a camera at the end into the patient’s digestive tract to look for visible problems or changes. Sometimes the doctor can treat a problem area while doing the endoscopy. The “index endoscopy” is one that is performed when a patient first complains of symptoms that need to be checked. The index endoscopy may be used later to compare to the results of successive endoscopies if those are recommended.In this study, the researchers reviewed the index endoscopy results of the BE patients to determine the proportions of those with no dysplasia, low-grade dysplasia (LGD), high-grade dysplasia (HGD) and esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC).A look at these patients’ records over 25 years indicated that over time, there was an increase in the mean age of patients with BE, and the proportion of males diagnosed with BE also increased. The proportion of patients who had low-grade dysplasia had remained stable, but there was a 148 percent increase of those with high-grade dysplasia and a 112% increase of those with EAC. Higher-grade dysplasia presents a higher risk for developing into cancer. There also was a marked increase in the number of visible lesions (areas of damaged tissue) detected during the endoscopy.There was a decrease in the mean “BE length,” meaning how many centimeters of the lining of the esophagus appear to be changed.According to the study authors, these results suggest that the prevalence of HGD and EAC has significantly increased over the past 25 years despite a decrease in BE length during the same period. This increase parallels an increase in the detection of visible lesions, suggesting that a careful examination at the index endoscopy is crucial.This study was made available online in October 2018 ahead of final publication in print in February 2019.Source: https://www.asge.org/last_img read more

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Why regulating facial recognition technology is so problematic—and necessary

first_img This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. FRT means we can identify individuals based on an analysis of their geometric facial features, drawing a comparison between an algorithm created from the captured image and one already stored, such as a driving licence, custody image or social media account. FRT has numerous private and public-sector applications when identity verification is needed. These include accessing a secure area, unlocking a mobile device or boarding a plane. It’s also able to recognise people’s moods, reactions and, apparently, sexuality. And it’s more valuable for policing than ordinary CCTV cameras as it can identify individuals in real time and link them to stored images. This is of immense value to the state in criminal investigations, counter-terrorism operations and border control. How it impinges on rights to privacyBut the deployment of FRT, which is already being used by the AFP and state police forces and by private companies elsewhere (airports, sporting venues, banks and shopping centres), is under-regulated and based on questionable algorithms that are not publicly transparent. This technology has major implications for people’s privacy rights, and its use can worsen existing biases and discrimination in policing practices. The use of FRT impinges on privacy rights by creating an algorithm of unique personal characteristics. This in turn reduces people’s characteristics to data and enables their monitoring and surveillance. These data and images will also be stored for a certain period of time, opening up the possibility of hacking or defrauding. In addition, FRT can expose people to potential discrimination in two ways. First, state agencies may misuse the technologies in relation to certain demographic groups, whether intentionally or otherwise. And secondly, research indicates that ethnic minorities, people of colour and women are misidentified by FRT at higher rates than the rest of the population. This inaccuracy may lead to members of certain groups being subjected to heavy-handed policing or security measures and their data being retained inappropriately. This is particularly relevant in relation to communities that are already targeted disproportionately in Australia. What lawmakers are trying to doParliament has drafted a bill in an effort to regulate this space, but it leaves a lot to be desired. The bill is currently in second reading; no date has been set for a vote. If passed, the bill would enable the exchange of identity information between the Commonwealth government, state and territory governments and “non-government entities” (which haven’t been specified) through the creation of a central hub called “The Capability”, as well as the National Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution, a database of information contained in government identity documents, such as driver licences. The bill would also authorise the Department of Home Affairs to collect, use and share identification information in relation to a range of activities, such as fraud prevention, law enforcement, community safety, and road safety. It would be far preferable for such legislation to permit identity-sharing only for a limited range of serious offences. As written, this bill relates to people who have not been convicted of any criminal offences – and, in fact, need not be suspected of any offence. Also, the Australian people have not consented to their data being shared in this way. Such sharing would have a disproportionate effect on our right to privacy. Importantly, the breach of the right to privacy is compounded by the fact that the bill would permit the private sector to access the identity matching services. Though the private sector already uses image comparison and verification technologies to some degree, such as by banks seeking to detect money laundering for instance, the bill would extend this. The bill does not provide sufficient safeguards or penalties for private entities if they use the hub or people’s data inappropriately. The prevalence of false-positives in identity matchesIn a practical sense, there are also concerns about the reliability and accuracy of FRT, which is developing rapidly but is not without major problems. Whether these problems are just bugs or a feature of FRT remains to be seen. Experience from the UK illustrates these issues clearly. South Wales Police, the national British lead on facial recognition technology, used the system developed by a private Australian company called Neoface at 18 public gatherings between May 2017 and March 2018. It found that 91% of matches, or 2,451 instances, incorrectly identified innocent members of the public as being on a watchlist. Manual oversight of the program revealed the matches to be false-positives. The London Metropolitan Police is also running an FRT pilot. It recorded somewhat better figures, but still had a false-negative identification rate of 30% at the Notting Hill Carnival and 22% at Remembrance Day, both in 2017. The central role of private companies in the development of this technology is also important to flag. FRT algorithms are patented, and there is no publicly available indication of the measurement or standard that represents an identity “match”. Legislating in a fast-moving, technologically driven space is not an enviable task. There is some benefit to a degree of flexibility in legal definitions and rules so the law doesn’t become static and redundant too soon. But even the most generous interpretation of the bill would admit that it is a flawed way of regulating the use of a powerful and problematic technology that is here to stay, like it or not. Explore further Shanghai airport automates check-in with facial recognitioncenter_img Citation: Why regulating facial recognition technology is so problematic—and necessary (2018, November 26) retrieved 17 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-11-facial-recognition-technology-problematicand.html The use of automated facial recognition technology (FRT) is becoming more commonplace globally, in particular in China, the UK and now Australia. Provided by The Conversation There are many questions over how facial recognition technology can impinge on people’s privacy rights and whether it will worsen discrimination in policing practices. 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Kulbhushan Jadhav case India hopes for a favourable verdict

first_img Next Geeta Mohan The HagueJuly 17, 2019UPDATED: July 17, 2019 01:53 IST Kulbhushan Jadhav. Photo: PTIIndia is confident of a favourable verdict at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Wednesday when it delivers its judgement in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, an Indian national held prisoner by Pakistan on allegations of espionage.The Indian side would be looking at three crucial breaches where the ICJ would be delivering its judgement – denial of consular access under Vienna Convention, delay in informing India of holding an Indian national prisoner, not informing Jadhav of his consular rights.While India has sought annulment of Jadhav’s death sentence and his immediate release since the procedure followed by Pakistan was shrouded in secrecy and lacked credibility, the opinion of the court and relief in form of consular access and review and reconsideration of the case itself would be a vindication for India and considered a huge victory.Jadhav was arrested on March 3, 2016. According to Pakistan, he was apprehended in Balochistan province, but India continues to maintain that the retired Indian Navy officer was kidnapped from Iran, where he was running a business.There is a possibility that the judges would not be too adventurous with their judgement and stick to the jurisdiction of the court. In that, the ICJ in all probability would deliver with certainty on consular access and may ask for a review of the case in light of the submissions made.The judgement of ICJ is final and binding. There is no room for review. Although many countries, including the US and China, have been known to violate the rulings of the world court. The only other body to seek redressal from such violations is the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Given that they are P5 nations, approaching the UNSC would have been a futile effort.But, that is not the case with countries that are not permanent members of the Security Council. Therefore, any judgement at the ICJ on Kulbhushan Jadhav would have to be abided by both parties, India and Pakistan.Interestingly, the Jadhav verdict comes on International Justice Day.July 17 is the International Justice Day or World Day for International Justice, also referred to as the Day of International Criminal Justice.Also read: ICJ to deliver verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case tomorrowALSO WATCH| Pakistan rakes up Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Can India trust Imran’s Khan’s promise of better relations?For the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byIram Ara Ibrahim Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India hopes for a favourable verdictKulbhushan Jadhav was arrested on March 3, 2016.advertisementlast_img read more

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NorthWest Central India get relief from cold

first_imgThe severity and extent of ‘cold day’ conditions — wherein clouds prevent sunlight from reaching the ground and warming it — eased over parts of Central and adjoining North-West India through Monday.This is attributed to the build-up ahead of the arrival of a fresh western disturbance, located by the India Met Department (IMD) on Tuesday over Iran, far beyond the Indo-Pakistan border.The parent disturbance might be biding its time over Iran, and has to traverse Afghanistan and Pakistan before reaching North-West India, but its offspring cyclonic circulation might pop closer home by Wednesday.The circulation is expected to materialise over South Pakistan and adjoining West Rajasthan, and would set up most of the weather, including rain/thundershowers and snow, over North-West India.The warmth heralded by the western disturbance and cyclonic circulation would help abate the prevailing cold wave to severe cold wave conditions over parts of the region.Severity reducingThe severity and spatial extent of the cold has already reduced as the cold north-westerly winds are being replaced by warm winds from western parts of the country, the IMD said. But it will be at least one more day before the warm winds can infiltrate parts of Central India. Hence ‘cold day’ conditions might persist over Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha for two more days.Night temperatures may rise gradually by 2- to 4 deg Celsius over the North-West during the next three days, the IMD said.But no significant change in night temperature is likely over Gujarat, Maharashtra and Central India until Wednesday. They might rise by 2-3 degrees thereafter while falling over East India during the next two days.Meanwhile, the fresh disturbance would cause fairly widespread to widespread rain/snow over the hills of North-West India Wednesday and Thursday. Isolated to scattered rain/thundershowers have been forecast over the plains of North-West India for three days from Wednesday. Isolated hailstorm/thunderstorms are also likely over both the hills and the plains.Cold wave to severe cold wave conditions are prevailing in many parts over Madhya Pradesh; some parts of Vidarbha, Punjab, East Rajasthan, Haryana and West Rajasthan.This is likely to continue in some parts of North-West and Central India for one more day and then abate in view of the likely changes in the wind pattern, humidity and cloud cover.Extended forecastAn extended outlook by the IMD said that the week ending January 31 is likely to see above-normal rainfall for East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, the hills of Bengal and Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Rayalaseema and Interior Karnataka.It is likely to be normal elsewhere outside Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, where below-normal rainfall could likely be the norm. weather news SHARE SHARE SHARE EMAIL January 29, 2019 weather COMMENT COMMENTS Published onlast_img read more

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KCR revives nonBJP nonCong front

first_imgTelangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao after offering prayers at Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram   –  – Telangana COMMENT politics Published on The efforts by K Chandrasekhar Rao to forge a ‘Federal Front’ — a non-BJP, non-Cong alliance at the Centre — in the past one year have been now-on, now-off.With Lok Sabha elections crossing the half-way mark, the Telangana Chief Minister has revived moves to forge an alliance, causing a stir in political circles.He met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at the ‘Cliff House’, his official residence in Thiruvananthapuram, on Monday, raising speculation and sending out a message to both Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi.The Telangana Rastra Samithi (TRS) chief, who steered his party to a landslide victory in the December 2018 Assembly elections and exudes confidence of winning 16 out of the 17 Lok Sabha seats, has taken off for a five-day tour to Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The Chief Minister will hold political consultations and will visit famous temples in the two States.In the past week, KT Rama Rao, the Working President of the TRS and son of KCR, has been making statements on a non-BJP, non-Cong alliance ahead of KCR’s move to restart the formal efforts again.Soon after his Assembly victory, KCR had announced his grand plans for a national alternative.His parleys with the the CPM leader, on the scenario after May 23 (LS poll result), assume significance as the Left Parties have been showing willingness to support regional parties and a Federal Front.It may be recalled that earlier attempts by KCR for a Federal Front received mixed responses from Mamta Banerjee (TMC), Naveen Patnaik (BJD), Akhilesh Yadav (SP), Mayawati (BSP) and MK Stalin (DMK), among others.To meet StalinKCR will fly to Chennai on May 13 to meet DMK chief Stalin. The two leaders had earlier held discussions on the possibility of a federal front. However, the DMK chief recently announced that his party would support Rahul Gandhi as a Prime Minister candidate if the situation arises.Perceived in political circles as favourable to Narendra Modi and the NDA alliance, KCR’s initiative appears interesting. On hearing of the move, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy telephoned KCR and discussed the visit and Karnataka elections, the CMO stated.KCR has won over YSR Congress leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy, whose party he expects will win a majority of the 25 LS seats in Andhra Pradesh. MIM leader Asadduddin Owaisi is also likely to retain the Hyderabad seat.The TRS chief’s bitter rival — Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Chandrababu Naidu — is also making national rounds holding discussions and campaigning with some of the regional parties.For the latest on elections: Elections 2019center_img SHARE May 06, 2019 SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENTSlast_img read more

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Two activity centres for elderly to be built in outskirts of city

first_img Tags / Keywords: Metro News 29 Apr 2019 Lead a healthy and active lifestyle, senior folk urged Metro News 11 Jul 2019 Frequent water cuts affect college in Alor Gajah MELAKA will be opening two more PAWE (Pusat Aktiviti Warga Emas) for the benefit of senior citizens in the state.Chief Minister Adly Zahari said the new centres would be located in Paya Rumput and Merlimau, bringing the total number of PAWE in the state to five.PAWE are centres that allow the elderly to be involved in community and recreational activities.“We have allocated RM100,000 each for the two new PAWE to buy equipment, upgrade the premises and for operational costs. Related News Metro News 03 Jun 2019 More tourists flocking to Melakacenter_img “This is the state’s effort to improve the well-being of our seniors.“These two new centres will be located in the outskirts of the city,” he said in a press conference at Seri Negeri in Ayer Keroh.Adly said three PAWE were located in Alor Gajah, Bukit Baru and the Urban Transformation Centre.“We have allocated RM33,330 as operation costs for the three existing centres,” he said.The elderly, said Adly, could undergo physiotherapy as well as conduct religious activities at the centre.On another matter, Adly said the state government had embarked on initiatives to find a permanent solution to the flooding problem in Melaka.“We will start with a short-term plan by offering those living in low-lying areas a chance to apply for the state government’s affordable housing scheme,” he said.The three flood control barrages which had malfunctioned would also be repaired soon, added Adly. — RSN MURALI Related News Central Region , Melaka {{category}} {{time}} {{title}}last_img read more

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