• Klart behov for videreutdanning i patologi for bioingeniører 

      Neslein, Inger-Lise (Bioingeniøren;15(8), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • Knockdown of SPRY4 and SPRY4-IT1 inhibits cell growth and phosphorylation of Akt in human testicular germ cell tumours 

      Das, Mrinal Kumar; Furu, Kari; Evensen, Herman Sebastian Folkestad; Haugen, Øyvind Pernell; Haugen, Trine B. (Scientific Reports;Volume 8, Article number: 2462 (2018), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-02-06)
      Testicular germ cell tumour (TGCT) is the most common cancer in young men in large parts of the world, but the aetiology is mainly unknown. Genome-wide association studies have so far identified about 50 susceptibility ...
    • Lamotrigine effects on immune gene expression in larval zebrafish 

      Mochol, Monika; Whatmore, Paul; Taubøll, Erik; Landmark, Cecilie Johannessen; Ropstad, Erik; Svalheim, Sigrid; Fraser, Thomas (Epilepsy Research;Volume 178, December 2021, 106823, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-26)
      Purpose: Despite growing evidence that neuroinflammation and pro-inflammatory cytokines are involved in the pathogenesis of seizures and epilepsy, this knowledge has not been incorporated in the proposed mechanism of action ...
    • Legemidler og pasientsikkerhet - fokus på eldre 

      Hagesæter, Ellen; Landmark, Cecilie Johannessen; Neslein, Inger-Lise; Granås, Anne Gerd (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • Lesion detection performance : comparative analysis of low-dose CT data of the chest on two hybrid imaging systems 

      Jessop, Maryam; Thompson, John D.; Sil, Joanne; Sanderud, Audun; Jorge, Jose; De groot, Martin; Lança, Luis; Hogg, Peter (Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology;(Under utgivelse), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Purpose: Incidental findings, discovered in low-dose CT images obtained during hybrid imaging, are an increasing phenomenon with advancing CT technology. Understanding their diagnostic value along with technical limitations ...
    • Lessons from working across fields to develop a framework for informed choices 

      Stewart, Ruth; Aronson, Jeffrey K.; Barends, Eric; Boruch, Robert; Brennan, Marnie; Chislett, Joe; Cunliffe-Jones, Peter; Maynard, Brandy; Oxman, Matt; Pullin, Andrew; Randall, Nicola; Sharples, Jonathan; Stott, Janet; Vale, Luke (Research for All;Volume: 6, Issue: 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-08)
      In late 2018, Iain Chalmers, Andy Oxman and others from the Informed Health Choices team convened a cross-field forum to develop a generic framework of key concepts for thinking critically about claims, research and choices ...
    • LIMT is a novel metastasis inhibiting lncRNA suppressed by EGF and downregulated in aggressive breast cancer 

      Sas-Chen, Aldema; Aure, Miriam Ragle; Leibovich, Limor; Carvalho, Silvia; Enuka, Yehoshua; Körner, Cindy; Polycarpou-Schwarz, Maria; Lavi, Sara; Nevo, Nava; Kuznetsov, Yuri; Yuan, Justin; Azuaje, Francisco; Ulitsky, Igor; Diederichs, Sven; Wiemann, Stefan; Yakhini, Zohar; Kristensen, Vessela N.; Børresen-Dale, Anne-Lise; Yarden, Yosef; Sauer, Torill; Geisler, Jürgen; Hofvind, Solveig; Bathen, Tone Frost; Borgen, Elin; Engebråten, Olav; Fodstad, Øystein; Garred, Øystein; Geitvik, Gry; Kåresen, Rolf; Naume, Bjørn; Mælandsmo, Gunhild; Russnes, Hege Elisabeth Giercksky; Schlichting, Ellen; Sørlie, Therese; Lingjærde, Ole Christian; Sahlberg, Kristine Kleivi; Skjerven, Helle; Fritzman, Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are emerging as regulators of gene expression in pathogenesis, including cancer. Recently, lncRNAs have been implicated in progression of specific subtypes of breast cancer. One aggressive, ...
    • A link between migraine and prolactin: the way forward 

      Gazerani, Parisa (Future science OA;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-24)
      Migraine is an incapacitating neurological disorder that predominantly affects women. Sex and other hormones (e.g., oxytocin, and prolactin) may play a role in sexual dimorphic features of migraine. Initially, prolactin ...
    • Local diagnostic reference levels for skeletal surveys in suspected physical child abuse 

      Mussmann, Bo; Hardy, Maryann; Rajalingam, Raheis; Peters, D; McFadden, Shaun; Abdi, Ahmed Jibril (Radiography;Volume 27, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-10-21)
      Introduction: The purpose was to determine if an age based, local diagnostic reference level for paediatric skeletal surveys could be established using retrospective data. Methods: All children below two years of age ...
    • Long-term follow-up with therapeutic drug monitoring of antiepileptic drugs in patients with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy 

      Landmark, Cecilie Johannessen; Fløgstad, Ida; Baftiu, Arton; Syvertsen, Marte Roa; Enger, Ulla Helene; Johannessen, Svein Ivar (Epilepsy Research;Volume 155, September 2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-05-30)
      Background and purpose: Patients with juvenile myoclonus epilepsy (JME) may experience uncontrolled seizures and challenges regarding adherence. Implementation of therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) may contribute to ...
    • Longitudinal development of the dust microbiome in a newly opened Norwegian kindergarten 

      Nygaard, Anders Benteson; Charnock, Colin (Microbiome;(2018) 6:159, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-15)
      Background In Norway, 91% of children aged 1–5 attend kindergarten where they are exposed to indoor microbiomes which can have relevance for development and health. In order to gain a better understanding of the composition ...
    • Lower attendance rates in immigrant versus non-immigrant women in the Norwegian Breast Cancer Screening Programme 

      Bhargava, Sameer; Tsuruda, Kaitlyn; Moen, Kåre; Bukholm, Ida; Hofvind, Solveig (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Objective The Norwegian Breast Cancer Screening Programme invites women aged 50-69 to biennial mammographic screening. Although 84% of invited women have attended at least once, attendance rates vary across the country. ...
    • Magnetic resonance imaging perfusion is associated with disease severity and activity in multiple sclerosis 

      Sowa, Piotr; Nygaard, Gro Owren; Bjørnerud, Atle; Celius, Elisabeth Gulowsen; Harbo, Hanne Flinstad; Beyer, Mona K. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Purpose The utility of perfusion-weighted imaging in multiple sclerosis (MS) is not well investigated. The purpose of this study was to compare baseline normalized perfusion measures in subgroups of newly diagnosed MS ...
    • Mammographic breast density over time among women who have participated in BreastScreen Norway 

      Moshina, Nataliia; Waade, Gunvor Gipling; Roman, Marta; Sebuødegård, Sofie; Hofvind, Solveig (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging;Proceedings Volume 10718, 14th International Workshop on Breast Imaging (IWBI 2018); 107180C (2018), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-07-06)
      Background: We analyzed the consistency in absolute and percent density using an automated method for estimating volumetric breast density among women who attended BreastScreen Norway 2007-2015. Material and Methods: We ...
    • Managers' experience of success criteria and barriers to implementing mobile radiography services in nursing homes in Norway: A qualitative study 

      Kjelle, Elin; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Olerud, Hilde M; Myklebust, Aud Mette (BMC Health Services Research;18:301, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-04-25)
      Background: In order to meet the future challenges posed by ageing populations, new technology, telemedicine and a more personalized healthcare system are needed. Earlier research has shown mobile radiography services to ...
    • Mapping University Skills labs in Radiography: Students’ Perspectives 

      Cronin, Kevin; Fitzgerald, Jack; Gillard, Morgane; Ghotra, Switinder Singh; Kieft, Iris; Reynolds, Orna; Sanderud, Audun; Sekkelsten, Henrik; Hårsaker, Vanja (OPTIMAX 2018 - a focus on education in radiology;, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Background: Establishing an effective theory and practice relationship is necessary for every radiography student. The effectiveness of a Skills Lab is paramount to ensure that student radiographers are prepared for ...
    • Measurement Properties of the Staff Attitude to Coercion Scale: A Systematic Review 

      Husum, Tonje Lossius; Ruud, Torleif; Lickiewicz, Jakub; Siqveland, Johan (Frontiers in Psychiatry;April 2022 | Volume 13 | Article 744661, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-04-28)
      Objective: The Staff Attitude to Coercion Scale (SACS) was developed to assess mental health care staff’s attitudes to the use of coercion in treatment. The staff’s attitudes to the use of coercion may also influence their ...
    • Measuring Staff Attitudes to Coercion in Poland 

      Lickiewicz, Jakub; Husum, Tonje Lossius; Ruud, Torleif; Siqveland, Johan; Musiał, Zofia; Makara-Studzińska, Marta (Frontiers in Psychiatry;November 2021 | Volume 12 | Article 745215, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-16)
      Introduction: Coercion can be defined as the use of force to limit a person’s choices. In Poland, coercive measures may tend to be overused. However, there is limited information regarding the attitudes of nurses toward ...
    • Mechanical-stress-related epigenetic regulation of ZIC1 transcription factor in the etiology of postmenopausal osteoporosis 

      Datta, Harish K.; Kringen, Marianne K.; Tuck, Stephen P.; Salpingidou, Georgia; Olstad, Ole K.; Gautvik, Kaare M; Cockell, Simon; Gautvik, Vigdis Teig; Prediger, Michael; Wu, Jun J.; Birch, Mark A.; Reppe, Sjur (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Mechanical loading exerts a profound influence on bone density and architecture, but the exact mechanism is unknown. Our study shows that expression of the neurological transcriptional factor zinc finger of the cerebellum ...
    • Medical Hypothesis: Deep Brain Stimulation for Intractable Migraine 

      Gazerani, Parisa; Brian, Cairns (OBM Neurobiology;Volume 5, Issue 1; Special Issue: Deep Brain Stimulation for Neurobiology Diseases, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-05)
      Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) has been introduced as an innovative treatment for several neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, and dystonia and it has been proven effective in helping ...