Soumya Yandamuri

Soumya Yandamuri
Yale University | YU · Department of Neurology

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Elevated frequency of afucosylated IgG1 antibodies during dengue virus infection is associated with prior infection and predicts severe disease.
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Objective To identify candidate biomarkers associated with neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD) using high-throughput technologies that broadly assay the concentrations of serum analytes and frequencies of immune cell subsets. Methods Sera, peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs), and matched clinical data from participants with NMOSD...
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BACKGROUND CONTEXT Hypermobility or aberrant mechanics of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) can be a source of pain. Lumbosacral fixation at L5–S1 may also be a source of postfusion low back pain. Prior biomechanical research has shown that fusion at the lumbar spine level can increase motion and stresses at the sacroiliac joint. However, no biomechanical...
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Symbiotic microbes impact the function and development of the central nervous system (CNS); however, little is known about the contribution of the microbiota during viral-induced neurologic damage. We identify that commensals aid in host defense following infection with a neurotropic virus through enhancing microglia function. Germfree mice or anim...
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Background: Sacroiliac joint hypermobility or aberrant mechanics may be a source of pain. The purpose of this study was to assess sacroiliac joint range of motion after simulated adjacent lumbosacral instrumented fusion, with or without sacroiliac joint fusion, with lateral sacroiliac screws. Methods: In this in vitro biomechanical study, seven...
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Study Design Researchers created a proper type II dens fracture (DF) and quantified a novel current posterior fixation technique with spacers at C1–C2. A clinical case study supplements this biomechanical analysis. Purpose Researchers explored their hypothesis that spacers combined with posterior instrumentation (PI) reduce range of motion signifi...
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a central nervous system (CNS) disease characterized by chronic neuroinflammation, demyelination, and axonal damage. Infiltration of activated lymphocytes and myeloid cells are thought to be primarily responsible for white matter damage and axonopathy. Over time, this neurologic damage manifests clinically as debilitating...
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In the published article, an error was made in figure 5. Specifically, the three-month, NSC-seeded image is a duplicate of the six-week image, and the one-day, probe alone image is a duplicate of the three-month image. The corrected figure is reproduced below. Figure 5. Glial encapsulation of each probe condition over the 3 month time course. Ox-4...

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