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Development of LsPQM-12 Instrument to Measure Leisure Specific Psychological Well-being and Quality of Life of Mothers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Purpose: The aim of this report was to develop a comprehensive tool to determine key aspects of leisure, as well as investigating the connection between leisure and mental health, as well as its overall effects on the quality of life of mothers of children with autism. Originality/Value : ASD mothers' mothers of children with ASD are deprived of the recognition of leisure's presence as well as the absence of leisure made possible by the invention of this device. The aim of the investigation is to raise overall QOL by an estimated time of mother's leisure schedules in parallel with the child's therapeutic interventions to raise overall QOL.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7051180


Succession in the caecal microbiota of developing broilers colonised by extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli.

We investigated the ESBL-Ec prevalence and successional dynamics of developing broilers in a commercial flock during their production life cycle here. We compared both broiler groups and the ii on the richness, evenness, and composition of the caecal microbiota of both broilers' and ii using 16S RNA gene sequencing. Significant differences between both broilers u2019 groups were found on day two. We detected an increasing linear trend in the proportions of ESBL-Ec throughout the broilers' production life cycle. Conclusions This review looked at the role of ESBL-Ec in the evolution of the caecal microbiota in developing broilers, finding that the presence of ESBL-Ec results in modest but consistent decreases in alpha diversity and transient bacterial compositional differences.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7057449


Spectrum sensing of wideband signals based on cyclostationary detection and compressive sensing

Compressive sensing is a common method used to solve the problem of high sampling rate when dealing with wideband signal spectrum sensing, which results in a fast analogue to digital convertor, high hardware complexity, long processing time, and high consumption efficiency. Next, a discrete cosine transform is used as a sparse representation basis of received signal and Gaussian random matrix as a sensing matrix, and then a ud835-Norm recovery algorithm is used to recover the original signal.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7056674


Imputing number of responders from mean and standard deviation of CGI-Improvement in clinical trials investigating medications for autism spectrum disorder

Introduction: According to the Clinical Global Impression-Improvement scale, the response to therapy is a easily interpretable result in clinical trials of autism spectrum disorder. Methods: Clinical trials were conducted on ASD and showing both dichotomous and continuous CGI-I results. e03b8 = 2. 5 instead of u03b8 = 2, the original cut-off in the CGI-I scale, but at least 60% improved from the CGI-I scale. The number of patients with at least substantial improvement were dropped from the CGI-I scale was reduced by 2 patients with at least 60 percent, assuming the truth of a latent continuous score using a primary threshold u03b8 = 2. 5 rather than u03b8 = 2, which is the original cut-I scale The impu- tion method using the primary threshold achieved satisfactory results for the responseer rates and odds ratios. When the secondary threshold was used, the imputation technique had poorer results. Discussion: Assuming a normal distribution of the CGI-I scale, the number of responders could be omitted from the mean and standard deviation and used in meta-analysis.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7048041


Atypical measures of diffusion at the gray-white matter boundary in autism spectrum disorder in adulthood

Autism spectrum disorder is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that is often associated with macroscopic and microscopic abnormalities. Here, we added diffusion tensor imaging data to the structural T1-weighted images of 92 adults with ASD and 92 identical neurotypical controls in order to determine inter-group differences and group-by-sex relationships in fractional anisotropy and mean diffusivity samples collected at the GWM boundary and in different sampling depths within the superficial white and into gray matter. In addition, we found that enhanced diffusion at the GWM boundary partially overlapped with a typical gray-white matter tissue comparison in ASD.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7048093


Examining volumetric gradients based on the frustum surface ratio in the brain in autism spectrum disorder

Autism spectrum disorder is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that is accompanied by regional cortical volume changes and a potential layer-specific pathologie. We investigated volumetric gradients by comparing the percentage to which CV is weighted from the pial to the white surface of the brain in a sample of 92 commonly developing controls and 92 adults with ASD. Overall, the spatial distribution of Frustum Surface Ratio approximated a bimodal Gaussian distribution caused by a linear combination of vertices on gyri and sulci.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7049851


Spatial and Temporal Gene Function Studies in Rodents: Towards Gene-Based Therapies for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder is a complex developmental disorder that is characterized by differences in social interactions, repetitive habits, restricted interests, and sensory differences that appear early in life. Since the first signs appear early in childhood, it is particularly important to determine both spatial and temporal gene functions in relation to the ASD phenotype. Here, we review the latest findings on synaptic dysfunction in behavioral rodent models by focusing on behavioral phenotypes, spatial and temporal gene function, and molecular targets that may lead to new targeted gene-based therapy.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7038955


The effect of animation in developing some sensory-kinetic and physical perceptual abilities for autism spectrum children (6-8 years old)

Children in Al-Nihal Institute for Autistic Children in Baghdad, Egypt, where children were randomly selected for the purpose of the exploratory experimentation group other children were randomly selected for the experimental group other children for the control group were randomly selected for the experimental group other children in the control group. The results showed that the educational units prepared by the two researchers using animations had a positive effect in developing children of the autism spectrum years' perceptive, sensory-kinetic abilities, and that the educational units created by the two researchers using animation had a positive effect on the growth of some physical characteristics among children of the autism spectrum years.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7037812


Computability of the Spectrum of Self-Adjoint Operators

Accordingly, it is a natural question whether the spectrum of a self-adjoint operator can be determined from a description of the operator. Given a "program" of the operator, one can obtain good results on the spectrum as a compact set, indicating that a dense subset of the spectrum can be identified and a limit on the set can be determined. In addition, we report that the number of compact self-adjoint operators can even be estimated in the sense that no detailed data is available. The resolvent map's computability properties are also discussed.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6996904

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