Review Article

DNA-Lipids Interactions in Nuclear Pore Assembly and Hormone Actions

In a modern science there are ideas which were born earlier, than there was a necessary tool for their proof and development. Finally such ideas the o... Read more



Changes at the Surface Electrostatic Activity is Involved in Infectivity and Elimination of Accumulated Prion Proteins

The results obtained during the study of mutations on the gene coding for the human prion protein showed that the only major consequence of mutations ... Read more


Research Article

Perceived Exertion is Lower in Running than Walking at the Same Heart Rate and Lactate Level

The purpose of this study was to examine perceived effort at various intensities in human walking and running. Fifteen male subjects participated in t... Read more


Research Article

Ecological Momentary Intervention via Text Message Reminders for Collegiate Female Athletes at Risk for the Female Athlete Triad

Female athletes are at an increased risk of developing the female athlete triad, which is associated with negative consequences to the performance and... Read more


Research Article

The Decision to Play Hurt: Contextual Moderators of Non-Stakeholders' Perceptions of Athletes

This study examined how an athlete's decision to play (or not to play) hurt and the situational context in which the decision was made affected how th... Read more


Case Series

Congenital Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria: A Report of Three Cases

Congenital Malaria is a life threatening infection of neonates occurring as a vertical transmission of malaria during pregnancy or at birth. Recent st... Read more


Case Report

What's Your Diagnosis? A 7-Year-Old Boy with a White Hair Patch on the Head for Three Months

Tinea capitis is one of the most common dermatophyte infections in children, particularly among African American children. It can manifest with a vari... Read more


Research Article

Polyethylene Finite Element Wear Simulation Evaluated by Clinical RSA Wear Measurements

Documentation on medical devices should be mandatory before clinical use, and phased introduction is warranted to avoid unfortunate failures at larger... Read more


Case Report

Massive Patellar Tendon Ossification: Excision and Simultaneous Total Knee Replacement

Tendon ossification has a multifactorial aetiology. We present a case of a massive ossification within the substance of patellar tendon. A 79-years-ol... Read more


Review Article

High Doses of Vitamin C and Leukaemia: In Vitro Update

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is an essential nutrient with a number of beneficial effects on the human body. Although the majority of mammals can synthes... Read more