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The effects of control interventions on population levels of infection and active disease can be promptly measured but the effects on severe ocular sequelae require long-term monitoring We present an age-structured mathematical model of trachoma transmission 2020/8/16Technology in the ancient world The beginnings—Stone Age technology (to c 3000 bce) The identification of the history of technology with the history of humanlike species does not help in fixing a precise point for its origin because the estimates of prehistorians and anthropologists concerning the emergence of human species vary so widely

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The observation that there is an age-dependent impairment in long-term potentiation is consistent with this view If the age-related deficits in release and long-term potentiation are a consequence of increased membrane rigidity it must be predicted that any manoeuvre which reverses membrane rigidity should reverse these functional deficits

2020/7/2The authors of one such published statistical study applied data from China Japan Italy Singapore South Korea and Canada to three different variants of a mathematical model to analyze age-dependent effects on transmission of SARS-CoV-2

2020/8/19There is still considerable scope for advancing our understanding of the epidemiology and ecology of COVID-19 In particular much is unknown about individual-level transmission heterogeneities such as superspreading and age-specific infectiousness We statistically synthesize multiple valuable data streams including surveillance data and mobility data that are available during the current

2020/5/3The COVID-19 pandemic has shown a markedly low proportion of cases among children Age disparities in observed cases could be explained by children having lower susceptibility to infection lower propensity to show clinical symptoms or both We evaluate these possibilities by fitting an age-structured mathematical model to epidemic data from six countries We estimate that clinical symptoms

The likelihood of developing symptoms of hepatitis as a result of a new HBV infection is age-dependent Over 90 percent of perinatal HBV infections are asymptomatic while the typical manifestations of acute hepatitis are noted in 5–15 percent of newly infected young children (1–5 years of age) and in 33–50 percent of older children adolescents and adults ( 7 )

The role of children in transmission of SARS

2020/7/2The authors of one such published statistical study applied data from China Japan Italy Singapore South Korea and Canada to three different variants of a mathematical model to analyze age-dependent effects on transmission of SARS-CoV-2

One of the characteristics of HBV transmission is the age structure of the host population In this paper we propose an age-structured model for the transmission dynamics of HBV The host population is stratified by age and is divided into six subclasses: susceptible latently infected acutely infectious carrier recovered and vaccinated individuals

The effects of control interventions on population levels of infection and active disease can be promptly measured but the effects on severe ocular sequelae require long-term monitoring We present an age-structured mathematical model of trachoma transmission

A possible mechanism consists of mechanical force transmission across myofascial chains However as the degree of structural continuity in these chains decreases with age the magnitude of the remote effects might also be reduced throughout the lifespan

2014/11/6Age also has a massive effect on how quickly and well you recover As people get older they experience physiological changes that may put them at a greater risk of poor healing This of course depends on the person's own state of wellness but there are some bodily transformations that are largely out of one's control

2019/12/9General anesthesia has been unequivocally linked to abnormal development of the central nervous system leading to neurocognitive impairments in laboratory models In vitro and in vivo studies have consistently shown that exposure to GABA agonists (eg volatile anesthetics midazolam and propofol) or NMDA antagonists (eg ketamine isoflurane and nitrous oxide) produces dose dependent

2012/12/11The model presented had only a single age class (ie it was homogenous with respect to age) But in reality when we consider disease transmission age likely does matter because kids usually make more contacts during the day than adults

2014/11/6Age also has a massive effect on how quickly and well you recover As people get older they experience physiological changes that may put them at a greater risk of poor healing This of course depends on the person's own state of wellness but there are some bodily transformations that are largely out of one's control

The Development of an Age

The effects of control interventions on population levels of infection and active disease can be promptly measured but the effects on severe ocular sequelae require long-term monitoring We present an age-structured mathematical model of trachoma transmission

Schematic diagram of the model used to derive the lifetime risks incubation periods and serial interval of tuberculosis for the population of England and Wales since 1900 Primary disease is defined as disease within 5 years of initial infection () exogenous disease is here defined as the first disease episode within 5 years of the most recent reinfection

In addition the age-dependent increase in sIPSC frequency and amplitude were more pronounced on pyramidal cells contralateral to the occlusion While mIPSC kinetics were not affected by age or olfactory deprivation at P5-P8 the sIPSC decay-time constant on pyramidal cells of both hemispheres of naris-occluded animals were significantly higher when compared to sham

2019/12/9General anesthesia has been unequivocally linked to abnormal development of the central nervous system leading to neurocognitive impairments in laboratory models In vitro and in vivo studies have consistently shown that exposure to GABA agonists (eg volatile anesthetics midazolam and propofol) or NMDA antagonists (eg ketamine isoflurane and nitrous oxide) produces dose dependent

Physical exercise is well known for its positive effects on general health (specifically on brain function and health) and some mediating mechanisms are also known A few reports have addressed intergenerational inheritance of some of these positive effects from exercised mothers or fathers to the progeny but with scarce results in cognition We report here the inheritance of moderate

The observation that there is an age-dependent impairment in long-term potentiation is consistent with this view If the age-related deficits in release and long-term potentiation are a consequence of increased membrane rigidity it must be predicted that any manoeuvre which reverses membrane rigidity should reverse these functional deficits

2020/7/19While this age-dependent pattern of illness severity has become well-established the roles of different age groups in transmission has not been as clear Recently evidence has accumulated that susceptibility to infection generally increases with age e g (3 4) This however does not

2013/8/1For density-dependent transmission the actual reproductive number depends on the population size and an invasion threshold The mechanism however assumes indefinite linear contact rate growth with the population size and it is questionable whether an individual has more contacts in a population of 10 6 than 10 5 [24] [27] [28]