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Author Manuscript Author ManuscriptAcknowledgmentsThis work was also supported by the Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment (CHIPTS) NIMH grant MH58107; the UCLA Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) grant 5P30AI028697; and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through UCLA CSTI Grant UL1TR000124. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not

Our domatia contained a fungal patch, and amplification was successful for two of them. Both yielded Y1 but not Y9. As we never found fungal patches in unoccupied domatia, this suggests that the fungal cultivar is brought by the founding queen either from her mother colony or passively from the environment. In the last case, founding queens would probably also introduce non-symbiotic fungi into d

Abling MSM to take the survey using their private computers, smartphones or tablets likely contributed to veracity in reporting of behaviors; however, it is impossible to know for certain. In addition, we gathered data on the attitudes of participants' social network members from the participants themselves, without consulting nominated network members. It is quite possible that participants' per

N unprotected anal intercourse with their last GSN appmet partner. Taken together, these findings may indicate heightened risk behaviors for a subset of GSN app-users. However, the addition of network data presented here suggests that for substance use outcomes this heightened risk is primarily function of social network dynamics, rather than individual-level risk behaviors, as the strongest pred

N unprotected anal intercourse with their last GSN appmet partner. Taken together, these findings may indicate heightened risk behaviors for a subset of GSN app-users. However, the addition of network data presented here suggests that for substance use outcomes this heightened risk is primarily function of social network dynamics, rather than individual-level risk behaviors, as the strongest pred

Users, marijuana users and illicit substance users in their networks were more likely to engage in those behaviors themselves. Described by McPherson (2001), this phenomenon is referred to as homophily and refers to the idea that like individuals are more likely to affiliate with others who are similar to themselves (i.e., "birds of a feather flock together"). These results are intuitive given th

Our domatia contained a fungal patch, and amplification was successful for two of them. Both yielded Y1 but not Y9. As we never found fungal patches in unoccupied domatia, this suggests that the fungal cultivar is brought by the founding queen either from her mother colony or passively from the environment. In the last case, founding queens would probably also introduce non-symbiotic fungi into d

Quiet (CNC words) and in noise (BKB-SIN) was collected pre- and postoperatively at 3, 6, and 12 months. Subjective questionnaire data using the APHAB was also collected. Results--Some level of hearing preservation was accomplished in 98 subjects with 90 maintaining a functional low-frequency pure-tone average (LFPTA) at initial activation. By 12 months, 5 subjects had total hearing loss and 80


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