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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Menopausal hormone therapy and colorectal cancer: a linkage between nationwide registries in Norway. 

      Botteri, Edoardo; Støer, Nathalie Charlotte; Sakshaug, Solveig; Graff-Iversen, Sidsel; Vangen, Siri; Hofvind, Solveig; de Lange, Thomas; Bagnardi, Vincenzo; Ursin, Giske; Weiderpass, Elisabete (BMJ Open;Volume 7, Issue 11, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-11-15)
      Objectives: With the present study, we aimed to investigate the association between menopausal hormone therapy (HT) and risk of colorectal cancer (CRC). Setting: Cohort study based on the linkage of Norwegian population-based ...
    • Menopausal hormone therapy and risk of melanoma: Do estrogens and progestins have a different role? 

      Botteri, Edoardo; Støer, Nathalie; Sakshaug, Solveig; Graff-Iversen, Sidsel; Vangen, Siri; Hofvind, Solveig; Ursin, Giske; Weiderpass, Elisabete (International Journal of Cancer;Volume 141, Issue 9, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-11-01)
      The association between use of menopausal hormone therapy (HT) and occurrence of skin malignant melanoma (SMM) is controversial. We investigated the issue in a nationwide cohort of 684,696 Norwegian women, aged 45-79 ...
    • Meta-analysis of five genome-wide association studies identifies multiple new loci associated with testicular germ cell tumor 

      Wang, Zhaoming; McGlynn, Katherine A.; Rajpert-De Meyts, Ewa; Bishop, D. Timothy; Chung, Charles C.; Dalgaard, Marlene D.; Greene, Mark H.; Gupta, Ramneek; Grotmol, Tom; Haugen, Trine B.; Karlsson, Robert; Litchfield, Kevin; Mitra, Nandita; Nielsen, Kasper; Pyle, Louise C.; Schwartz, Stephen M.; Thorsson, Vesteinn; Vardhanabhuti, Saran; Wiklund, Fredrik; Turnbull, Clare; Chanock, Stephen J.; Kanetsky, Peter A.; Nathanson, Katherine L. (Nature Genetics;Volume 49, Issue 7, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-06-12)
      The international TEsticular CAncer Consortium (TECAC) combined five published genome-wide association studies of testicular germ cell tumors (TGCT; 3,558 cases and 13,970 controls) to identify novel susceptibility loci. ...
    • Metabolic switching of human skeletal muscle cells in vitro 

      Thoresen, G. Hege; Hessvik, Nina Pettersen; Bakke, Siril Skaret; Aas, Vigdis; Rustan, Arild (Prostaglandins leukotrienes and essential fatty acids;85 (5), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-05-05)
      In this review we will focus on external factors that may modify energy metabolism in human skeletal muscle cells (myotubes) and the ability of the myotubes to switch between lipid and glucose oxidation. We describe the ...
    • Micellisation mechanism and behaviour of Soluplus®–furosemide micelles: Preformulation studies of an oral nanocarrier-based system 

      Alopaeus, Julia Fredrika; Hagesæther, Ellen; Tho, Ingunn (Pharmaceuticals;12(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In this study, self-assembling Soluplus® micelles were examined for inherent properties. Through calorimetric analysis, the critical micelle concentration (CMC) could be determined at 25 and 37 °C, and the influence of ...
    • Microbial Quality and Nutritional Aspects of Norwegian Brand Waters 

      Otterholt, Eli; Charnock, Colin (International Journal of Food Microbiology;144 (3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010-11-04)
      The microbiological quality of the five leading brands of Norwegian bottled still waters was investigated. All brands were free for the enteric indicator organisms and named pathogens whose absence is demanded in current ...
    • Migraine and Mood in Children 

      Gazerani, Parisa (Behavioral Sciences;volume 11, issue 4, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-14)
      Migraine is one of the most prevalent headache disorders in children and negatively influences their quality of life. Physical, social, and school functioning are negatively affected. Mood changes are common in migraineurs ...
    • miRNAs associated with immune response in teleost fish 

      Andreassen, Rune; Høyheim, Bjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      MicroRNAs (miRNAs) have been identified as important post transcriptional regulators of gene expression. In higher vertebrates, a subset of miRNAs has been identified as important regulators of a number of key genes in ...
    • miRNAs Predicted to Regulate Host Anti-viral Gene Pathways in IPNV-Challenged Atlantic Salmon Fry Are Affected by Viral Load, and Associated With the Major IPN Resistance QTL Genotypes in Late Infection 

      Woldemariam, Nardos Tesfaye; Agafonov, Aleksander; Sindre, Hilde; Høyheim, Bjørn; Andreassen, Rune (Frontiers in Immunology;September 2020 | Volume 11 | Article 2113, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-11)
      Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV) infection has been a major problem in salmonid aquaculture. Marker-assisted selection of individuals with resistant genotype at the major IPN quantitative trait locus (IPN-QTL) ...
    • Modulation of hepatic miRNA expression in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) by family background and dietary fatty acid composition 

      Østbye, Tone-Kari K; Woldemariam, Nardos Tesfaye; Lundberg, Camilla S.; Berge, Gerd Marit; Ruyter, Bente; Andreassen, Rune (Journal of Fish Biology;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-17)
      This study finds significant differences in hepatic fatty acid composition between four groups of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) consisting of offspring from families selected for high and low capacities to express the delta ...
    • Myotubes from Severely Obese Type 2 Diabetic Subjects Accumulate Less Lipids and Show Higher Lipolytic Rate than Myotubes from Severely Obese Non-Diabetic Subjects 

      Bakke, Siril Skaret; Feng, Yuan Zeng; Nikolic, Natasa; Kase, Eili Tranheim; Moro, Cedric; Stensrud, Camilla; Damlien, Lisbeth; Ludahl, Marianne Odnakk; Sandbu, Rune; Solheim, Brita Marie; Rustan, Arild; Hjelmesæth, Jøran; Thoresen, G. Hege; Aas, Vigdis (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-03-19)
      About 80% of patients with type 2 diabetes are classified as overweight. However, only about 1/3 of severely obese subjects have type 2 diabetes. This indicates that several se- verely obese individuals may possess certain ...
    • Nationwide Study of Neuropsychiatric Comorbidity and Medicines Use in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder in Norway 

      Kiselev, Yury (Frontiers in Psychiatry;December 2020 | Volume 11 | Article 596032, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-08)
      Purpose: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has a high rate of comorbidity. While many children with ASD are exposed to psychotropic medicines, their efficacy and safety in these patients are unclear. There is a need for ...
    • New distinct compartments in the G2 phase of the cell cycle defined by the levels of γH2AX. 

      Rein, Idun Dale; Stokke, Caroline; Jalal, Marwa; Myklebust, June H.; Patzke, Sebastian; Stokke, Trond (Cell Cycle;14(20), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-08-28)
      Induction of DNA double strand breaks leads to phosphorylation and focus-formation of H2AX. However, foci of phosphorylated H2AX (γH2AX) appear during DNA replication also in the absence of exogenously applied injury. We ...
    • Nightmares in Migraine: A Focused Review 

      Gazerani, Parisa (Behavioral Sciences;Volume 11, Issue 9, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-04)
      Nightmares usually occur during the sleep phase of rapid eye movement (REM) and are associated with some physical symptoms, including sweating, shortness of breath, and lower limb movements. Emotions of fear, anger, shame, ...
    • Nonadherence to treatment regimens in epilepsy from the patient's perspective and predisposing factors: Differences between intentional and unintentional lack of adherence 

      Henning, Oliver Johannes; Landmark, Cecilie Johannessen; Nakken, Karl Otto; Lossius, Morten (Epilepsia;Volume 61, Issue 2 February 2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Nonadherence to recommended antiepileptic drug (AED) treatment regimens can result in seizure relapse with increased health risks. Nonadherence can be unintentional (eg, patients forget to take a dose), or intentional, ...