Note:This reply refers to the Comment: Wostyn P, Gibson CR, Mader TH. Re: Wåhlin et al.: Optic nerve length before and after spaceflight (Ophthalmology. 2021;128:309-316). Ophthalmology. 2021 Feb 4. The comment is included in the "Other papers of interest" section within this list and can also be found athttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33551288. This reply may be obtained online without charge.
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Funding:"The authors made the following disclosures: J.B.: Grant–NNX13AD35A from the New Hampshire NASA Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, outside the submitted work. A.F.: Grant–NNX13AD35A from the New Hampshire NASA Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, outside the submitted work."
Note:The authors comment on the original article: Wåhlin A, Holmlund P, Fellows AM, Malm J, Buckey JC, Eklund A. Optic nerve length before and after spaceflight. Ophthalmology. 2021;128:309-316. The original article appeared in CA List #908 and can be found athttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32659310. This article may be obtained online without charge.
Goulding RP, Okushima D, Fukuoka Y, Marwood S, Kondo N, Poole DC, Barstow TJ, Koga S.
Impact of supine versus upright exercise on muscle deoxygenation heterogeneity during ramp incremental cycling is site specific.
Eur J Appl Physiol. 2021 Feb 11. Online ahead of print.
Note:From the article: "Clinical research in Brazil has evolved greatly during the pandemic: it has become clear that the scientific community within our country has the capacity to overcome colossal challenges. The population may and should trust Brazilian medical science when properly understood and applied. And who knows, perhaps the key element to treat COVID-19 will be found in thejabuticabaextract?! What really matters is the message to the new generation of Brazilian doctors and researchers: just like for astronauts, rigor and training always prevail in the end." This article may be obtained online without charge.
Kanaan D, Moacdieh NM.
Eye tracking to evaluate the effects of interruptions and workload in a complex task.
Hum Factors. 2021 Feb 8;18720821990487. Online ahead of print.