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Paul Stanley, Belinda and Pedro Sola wore elaborate costumes that were praised by their followers (Photo: Instagram) Parties, fun and glamor are part of the Halloween events of the famous men and women, who year after year they insist on showing their best disguises to impress his followers. Singers, actors and other characters from the ... Read more

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Paul Stanley, Belinda and Pedro Sola wore elaborate costumes that were praised by their followers (Photo: Instagram)

Parties, fun and glamor are part of the Halloween events of the famous men and women, who year after year they insist on showing their best disguises to impress his followers.

Singers, actors and other characters from the Latin entertainment medium shared from this Friday, October 28 and during the weekend, images of the character of their choice to embody this year, especially festive after the relaxation of confinement measures arising from the health crisis.

While some chose classic horror costumes, others preferred to let their imaginations fly by representing various characters from pop culture in this ?spooky season? or dark season.

Luis Roberto Alves "Zague" chose to dress up as a terrifying priest (Photos: Instagram/@lrzague)
Luis Roberto Álves “Zague” chose to disguise himself as a terrifying priest (Photos: Instagram/@lrzague)

This was demonstrated by influencer Venezuelan-American Lele Ponswho joined the Mexican singer Kimberly Loaiza to put yourself ?in the shoes? of ?Mía Colucci? and ?Roberta Pardo?, the roles played by Anahí and Dulce María in the famous telenovela Rebel at the beginning of this millennium.

The influencer nicole garcia closed the trio recreating “Lupita Fernández”, a role that was the debut of Maite Perroni in the world of acting.

Also, the friends shared a second costume: that of bloody murderous brides.

For its part, Belinda he impressed as usual with his constant makeovers by portraying a sexy version of the character pinhead?, from the classic British horror film hellraiser. The singer celebrated her own party with her parents and close friends, which she titled ?Beliween?.

Others who caused a stir in the broadcast this Monday, October 31, were the cadre of drivers of windowingwho were not far behind emulating international entertainment characters.

Pati Chapoy wore an outfit of the protagonist of the French series Miraculous: The Adventures of Ladybug, very popular with children’s audiences. As “Ladybug”, the veteran poet wore a fitted red ensemble with black polka dotsprint that alludes to a ladybug and that covered her entire body, fingers included.

For its part, Daniel Bisogno chose to embody the famous ?Mad Hatter?, in the version of the character popularized by Johnny Depp in the 2010 film directed by Tim Burton; and following in the footsteps of his companion, Linet Bridge opted for the “Red Queen” from the same film based on the adventures of Alice in Wonderland.

Peter Alonemeanwhile, preferred a costume away from terror and opted for giving life to “Mario Bros”, a popular character from the successful Japanese video game house Nintendo.

Thalia was the one who earned the sighs of his admirers by recreating one of his outfits most iconic, the one he used in the video of his song Thanks god. She is the embodiment of a sensual “dominatrix” with black hair and a Body suit patent leather

Neither the conductors of the program Today they stayed behind and exploited their creativity. So was the case with Andrea Escalonawho gave life to a tender version of “Chucky, the evil clown”, because under the classic overalls of the horror character it was possible to notice the advanced pregnancy of the daughter of the deceased Magda Rodríguez.

For its part, Paul Stanley paid tribute to what is cataloged as the greatest classic of horror movies: The Exorcist. The outgoing driver was characterized as “Reagan”, the girl possessed by a demonic entity, who was brought to life by Linda Blair in the 1973 American classic.

While, Jacky Bracamontes She allowed herself to be convinced by her daughters to dress up and dressed as “Morticia Addams”, while the girls looked like little witches, vampires and princesses.

For your part Ana Brenda Contreras made a nod to the stone age with the costume of the emblematic ?Betty Mármol? from the classic cartoon of the study hanna-barbera.

The host and actress Ana Brenda Contreras chose a cartoon classic for this Halloween Night (Photo: Instagram)
The host and actress Ana Brenda Contreras chose a cartoon classic for this Halloween Night (Photo: Instagram)

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Paul Stanley, Belinda and Pedro Sola wore elaborate costumes that were praised by their followers (Photo: Instagram) Parties, fun and glamor are part of the Halloween events of the famous men and women, who year after year they insist on showing their best disguises to impress his followers. Singers, actors and other characters from the ... Read more

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Paul Stanley, Belinda and Pedro Sola wore elaborate costumes that were praised by their followers (Photo: Instagram)

Parties, fun and glamor are part of the Halloween events of the famous men and women, who year after year they insist on showing their best disguises to impress his followers.

Singers, actors and other characters from the Latin entertainment medium shared from this Friday, October 28 and during the weekend, images of the character of their choice to embody this year, especially festive after the relaxation of confinement measures arising from the health crisis.

While some chose classic horror costumes, others preferred to let their imaginations fly by representing various characters from pop culture in this ?spooky season? or dark season.

Luis Roberto Alves "Zague" chose to dress up as a terrifying priest (Photos: Instagram/@lrzague)
Luis Roberto Álves “Zague” chose to disguise himself as a terrifying priest (Photos: Instagram/@lrzague)

This was demonstrated by influencer Venezuelan-American Lele Ponswho joined the Mexican singer Kimberly Loaiza to put yourself ?in the shoes? of ?Mía Colucci? and ?Roberta Pardo?, the roles played by Anahí and Dulce María in the famous telenovela Rebel at the beginning of this millennium.

The influencer nicole garcia closed the trio recreating “Lupita Fernández”, a role that was the debut of Maite Perroni in the world of acting.

Also, the friends shared a second costume: that of bloody murderous brides.

For its part, Belinda he impressed as usual with his constant makeovers by portraying a sexy version of the character pinhead?, from the classic British horror film hellraiser. The singer celebrated her own party with her parents and close friends, which she titled ?Beliween?.

Others who caused a stir in the broadcast this Monday, October 31, were the cadre of drivers of windowingwho were not far behind emulating international entertainment characters.

Pati Chapoy wore an outfit of the protagonist of the French series Miraculous: The Adventures of Ladybug, very popular with children’s audiences. As “Ladybug”, the veteran poet wore a fitted red ensemble with black polka dotsprint that alludes to a ladybug and that covered her entire body, fingers included.

For its part, Daniel Bisogno chose to embody the famous ?Mad Hatter?, in the version of the character popularized by Johnny Depp in the 2010 film directed by Tim Burton; and following in the footsteps of his companion, Linet Bridge opted for the “Red Queen” from the same film based on the adventures of Alice in Wonderland.

Peter Alonemeanwhile, preferred a costume away from terror and opted for giving life to “Mario Bros”, a popular character from the successful Japanese video game house Nintendo.

Thalia was the one who earned the sighs of his admirers by recreating one of his outfits most iconic, the one he used in the video of his song Thanks god. She is the embodiment of a sensual “dominatrix” with black hair and a Body suit patent leather

Neither the conductors of the program Today they stayed behind and exploited their creativity. So was the case with Andrea Escalonawho gave life to a tender version of “Chucky, the evil clown”, because under the classic overalls of the horror character it was possible to notice the advanced pregnancy of the daughter of the deceased Magda Rodríguez.

For its part, Paul Stanley paid tribute to what is cataloged as the greatest classic of horror movies: The Exorcist. The outgoing driver was characterized as “Reagan”, the girl possessed by a demonic entity, who was brought to life by Linda Blair in the 1973 American classic.

While, Jacky Bracamontes She allowed herself to be convinced by her daughters to dress up and dressed as “Morticia Addams”, while the girls looked like little witches, vampires and princesses.

For your part Ana Brenda Contreras made a nod to the stone age with the costume of the emblematic ?Betty Mármol? from the classic cartoon of the study hanna-barbera.

The host and actress Ana Brenda Contreras chose a cartoon classic for this Halloween Night (Photo: Instagram)
The host and actress Ana Brenda Contreras chose a cartoon classic for this Halloween Night (Photo: Instagram)

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[date_timestamp] => 1667282845 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Israeli coastline is contaminated with over two tons of microplastics, researchers discover [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/israeli-coastline-is-contaminated-with-over-two-tons-of-microplastics-researchers-discover/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Cowan ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 05:51:03 +0000 [category] => sciencecoastlinecontaminateddiscoverIsraeliMicroplasticsResearcherstons [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13589 [description] =>

Journal Reference: Andrey Ethan Rubin, Limor Omeysi, Ines Zucker. Mediterranean microplastic contamination: Israel?s coastline contributions. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2022; 183: 114080 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114080 In light of these worrying findings, the researchers warn exposure to microplastic waste is unavoidable. It should be noted that microplastics are generally proved as dangerous both to the environment and to ... Read more

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  1. Andrey Ethan Rubin, Limor Omeysi, Ines Zucker. Mediterranean microplastic contamination: Israel?s coastline contributions. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2022; 183: 114080 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114080

In light of these worrying findings, the researchers warn exposure to microplastic waste is unavoidable. It should be noted that microplastics are generally proved as dangerous both to the environment and to human health.

The study was led by doctoral student Andrey Ethan Rubin and master?s student Limor Omeysi from the laboratory of Dr. Ines Zucker of the Fleischman Faculty of Engineering and the Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences. The study was published in the scientific journal Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Rubin explains that over the course of 2021, the researchers collected samples from six areas along the coast: Ashkelon, Rishon LeZion, Tel Aviv, Hadera, Dor Beach and Haifa. The samples were then taken to the laboratory where various analyses were performed, including particle count, mass measurements, image analysis, and chemical analysis to identify the polymer the plastic was made up of, as well as the elements adsorbed onto the microplastic particles. The researchers discovered, among other things, that the samples included plastic originating from food packaging, single-use plastic products, and fishing nets.

?It was interesting to see that plastics of terrestrial origin, such as food packaging, were more dominant than plastics of marine origin, such as fishing nets,? says Rubin. ?This indicates a need for better regulation of coastal waste.?

The research findings show that the beaches of Tel Aviv and Hadera were the most polluted of the beaches tested. The level of contamination on these beaches, which are located near stream estuaries (the Yarkon in Tel Aviv and Nahal Alexander in Hadera) was four times higher than that of Rishon Lezion and Dor Beach, which were the two beaches with the lowest concentration of microplastic particles. Still, even in the Dor Beach nature reserve, which is cleaned frequently, a considerable amount of microplastic particles were found.

The researchers? assessment is that the high level of pollution on the beaches of Tel Aviv and Hadera and the fact that they are in close proximity to streams indicates that the stream?s waters carry microplastic particles with them into the sea, thereby intensifying the level of contamination on the beach.

For example, the researchers say that Nahal Alexander collects leachate from untreated sewage from the West Bank, as well as waste from agricultural and industrial areas located near the riverbeds. Similarly, microplastics accumulate at the Yarkon River from the industrial centers in Tel Aviv.

?Our research reveals that the Israeli coastline likely contains over two tons of microplastic waste,? says Rubin. ?Environmental conditions slowly break this plastic down into even smaller particles. The smaller the plastic particles, the harder it is to remove them from the environment, and the more dangerous they are to the environment and to our health. The microplastic particles that drift into the sea are swallowed by fish, and their remains eventually reach humans.?

Dr. Zucker adds: ?Our microplastic studiesy reveal the current state of microplastic pollution along Israel?s Mediterranean coast and provide knowledge on the effects of the presence of microplastics in the environment. Plastic monitoring research in Israel is still lacking, and we must monitor the smaller plastic particles and additional environmental samples, such as sea water and streams, in order to better understand environmental patterns with regards to the presence of microplastics. This way or another, it would appear that exposure to microplastic waste is inevitable. We are working on assessing the environmental and health impacts that may arise given the prevalence and high concentrations of the particles that we found. In a practical perspective, regulatory steps are required in order to reduce Israel?s contribution to microplastic pollution in the Mediterranean.?

Israeli coastline is contaminated with over two tons of microplastics, researchers discover

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Journal Reference: Andrey Ethan Rubin, Limor Omeysi, Ines Zucker. Mediterranean microplastic contamination: Israel?s coastline contributions. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2022; 183: 114080 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114080 In light of these worrying findings, the researchers warn exposure to microplastic waste is unavoidable. It should be noted that microplastics are generally proved as dangerous both to the environment and to ... Read more

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Journal Reference:

  1. Andrey Ethan Rubin, Limor Omeysi, Ines Zucker. Mediterranean microplastic contamination: Israel?s coastline contributions. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2022; 183: 114080 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114080

In light of these worrying findings, the researchers warn exposure to microplastic waste is unavoidable. It should be noted that microplastics are generally proved as dangerous both to the environment and to human health.

The study was led by doctoral student Andrey Ethan Rubin and master?s student Limor Omeysi from the laboratory of Dr. Ines Zucker of the Fleischman Faculty of Engineering and the Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences. The study was published in the scientific journal Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Rubin explains that over the course of 2021, the researchers collected samples from six areas along the coast: Ashkelon, Rishon LeZion, Tel Aviv, Hadera, Dor Beach and Haifa. The samples were then taken to the laboratory where various analyses were performed, including particle count, mass measurements, image analysis, and chemical analysis to identify the polymer the plastic was made up of, as well as the elements adsorbed onto the microplastic particles. The researchers discovered, among other things, that the samples included plastic originating from food packaging, single-use plastic products, and fishing nets.

?It was interesting to see that plastics of terrestrial origin, such as food packaging, were more dominant than plastics of marine origin, such as fishing nets,? says Rubin. ?This indicates a need for better regulation of coastal waste.?

The research findings show that the beaches of Tel Aviv and Hadera were the most polluted of the beaches tested. The level of contamination on these beaches, which are located near stream estuaries (the Yarkon in Tel Aviv and Nahal Alexander in Hadera) was four times higher than that of Rishon Lezion and Dor Beach, which were the two beaches with the lowest concentration of microplastic particles. Still, even in the Dor Beach nature reserve, which is cleaned frequently, a considerable amount of microplastic particles were found.

The researchers? assessment is that the high level of pollution on the beaches of Tel Aviv and Hadera and the fact that they are in close proximity to streams indicates that the stream?s waters carry microplastic particles with them into the sea, thereby intensifying the level of contamination on the beach.

For example, the researchers say that Nahal Alexander collects leachate from untreated sewage from the West Bank, as well as waste from agricultural and industrial areas located near the riverbeds. Similarly, microplastics accumulate at the Yarkon River from the industrial centers in Tel Aviv.

?Our research reveals that the Israeli coastline likely contains over two tons of microplastic waste,? says Rubin. ?Environmental conditions slowly break this plastic down into even smaller particles. The smaller the plastic particles, the harder it is to remove them from the environment, and the more dangerous they are to the environment and to our health. The microplastic particles that drift into the sea are swallowed by fish, and their remains eventually reach humans.?

Dr. Zucker adds: ?Our microplastic studiesy reveal the current state of microplastic pollution along Israel?s Mediterranean coast and provide knowledge on the effects of the presence of microplastics in the environment. Plastic monitoring research in Israel is still lacking, and we must monitor the smaller plastic particles and additional environmental samples, such as sea water and streams, in order to better understand environmental patterns with regards to the presence of microplastics. This way or another, it would appear that exposure to microplastic waste is inevitable. We are working on assessing the environmental and health impacts that may arise given the prevalence and high concentrations of the particles that we found. In a practical perspective, regulatory steps are required in order to reduce Israel?s contribution to microplastic pollution in the Mediterranean.?

Israeli coastline is contaminated with over two tons of microplastics, researchers discover

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[date_timestamp] => 1667281863 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => The sharp phrase of Emily Lucius after her separation from Martín Salwe [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/the-sharp-phrase-of-emily-lucius-after-her-separation-from-martin-salwe/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Steiner ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 05:29:48 +0000 [category] => Latest NewsEmilyLuciusMartinphraseSalweseparationsharp [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13585 [description] =>

Emily Lucius spoke about the end of her relationship with Martín Salwe (Video: “100 Argentines Say”, El Trece) The abrupt separation of Emily Lucius Y Martin Salwe took everyone by surprise. It is that the couple, who met during the recordings of the first season of The Hotel of the Famous -where even he made ... Read more

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Emily Lucius spoke about the end of her relationship with Martín Salwe (Video: “100 Argentines Say”, El Trece)

The abrupt separation of Emily Lucius Y Martin Salwe took everyone by surprise. It is that the couple, who met during the recordings of the first season of The Hotel of the Famous -where even he made it to the finals alongside alex caniggia -, had been making several demonstrations of love and everything seemed to be going more than well. However, days ago Luli Fernandez reported in show partners that the relationship between them had come to an end.

?At the time we told about this separation and they denied it. But the relationship was never fully consolidated, “said the panelist. In addition, she explained the reason why Martín did not upload photos with Emily on her social networks. “I already know that it is a relationship that is not going to prosper and, the truth is that I do not want to show myself,” the announcer would have said.

Emily Lucius and Martín Salwe knew how to be one of the most stable couples in the first season of El Hotel de los Famosos

Then, Salwe himself had recognized that the courtship came to an end because the influencer did not like his incorporation into genderthe work he directs Jose Maria Muscari and of which the announcer will be part of the cast that will be presented this summer in Mar del Plata. ?We finished several weeks ago, she did not allow me to do the work. She went to see the one in Capital and she didn’t care that her partner did that, “he said, in dialogue with the journalist John Etchegoyen.

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The truth is that, until then, Emily had not spoken about it, but this Sunday she was invited to the famous edition of 100 Argentines say (The thirteen), where he launched a spicy phrase about the breakup. It all started when the song was playing in the studio ?Brilliant on the mic?, in particular the phrase of the chorus that says: “There are memories that I will not forget”. Then, Dario Barassi He turned to Lucius and launched, spicy: “Well, you the last ones delete them.”

Meanwhile, he took advantage of the occasion to inquire about his guest’s sentimental situation: “How do we continue from…?” Immediately, Emily took the hint from her and responded, “We’re doing great.” “Really?” The driver was surprised, who thought he was referring to her relationship. “Alone,” she clarified. “Ah, ok, but love ended?” He insisted. “Yes,” she answered. Immediately afterwards, Barassi wanted to know if the decision was final and the former participant of The Hotel of the Famous He didn’t dodge the question. “Well, love is so beautiful, you have to enjoy it,” she pointed out. And she stressed: “When one begins to suffer, he is already there.” “Well, shall we send Martin a kiss?” Barassi asked. “We all send a kiss,” she closed. “Ah, I’m starting to understand…”, launched the host. ?No, no!? she apologized, thinking that her last sentence might have caused a misunderstanding.

The last gesture of love that Salwe had made to his then-girlfriend had been in mid-September, when she traveled to Punta Cana with her family. At that time, she had her birthday and he was in charge of surprising her with a romantic gift that he sent to the hotel where she was staying. “I received surprises that excited me a lot,” acknowledged the influencer in her account of Instagram, and revealed a part of the personalized box of chocolates that arrived at the hotel room where he was staying. “Happy Birthday Baby! May life fill you with joy! And thanks to these workers from Punta Cana, we put everything together,? Martín wrote at the same time, along with a video published by the company that collaborated with the logistics and the detail that everything was made with white chocolate, the favorite of the youngest of the Lucius.

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Emily Lucius spoke about the end of her relationship with Martín Salwe (Video: “100 Argentines Say”, El Trece) The abrupt separation of Emily Lucius Y Martin Salwe took everyone by surprise. It is that the couple, who met during the recordings of the first season of The Hotel of the Famous -where even he made ... Read more

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Emily Lucius spoke about the end of her relationship with Martín Salwe (Video: “100 Argentines Say”, El Trece)

The abrupt separation of Emily Lucius Y Martin Salwe took everyone by surprise. It is that the couple, who met during the recordings of the first season of The Hotel of the Famous -where even he made it to the finals alongside alex caniggia -, had been making several demonstrations of love and everything seemed to be going more than well. However, days ago Luli Fernandez reported in show partners that the relationship between them had come to an end.

?At the time we told about this separation and they denied it. But the relationship was never fully consolidated, “said the panelist. In addition, she explained the reason why Martín did not upload photos with Emily on her social networks. “I already know that it is a relationship that is not going to prosper and, the truth is that I do not want to show myself,” the announcer would have said.

Emily Lucius and Martín Salwe knew how to be one of the most stable couples in the first season of El Hotel de los Famosos

Then, Salwe himself had recognized that the courtship came to an end because the influencer did not like his incorporation into genderthe work he directs Jose Maria Muscari and of which the announcer will be part of the cast that will be presented this summer in Mar del Plata. ?We finished several weeks ago, she did not allow me to do the work. She went to see the one in Capital and she didn’t care that her partner did that, “he said, in dialogue with the journalist John Etchegoyen.

It may interest you:

The truth is that, until then, Emily had not spoken about it, but this Sunday she was invited to the famous edition of 100 Argentines say (The thirteen), where he launched a spicy phrase about the breakup. It all started when the song was playing in the studio ?Brilliant on the mic?, in particular the phrase of the chorus that says: “There are memories that I will not forget”. Then, Dario Barassi He turned to Lucius and launched, spicy: “Well, you the last ones delete them.”

Meanwhile, he took advantage of the occasion to inquire about his guest’s sentimental situation: “How do we continue from…?” Immediately, Emily took the hint from her and responded, “We’re doing great.” “Really?” The driver was surprised, who thought he was referring to her relationship. “Alone,” she clarified. “Ah, ok, but love ended?” He insisted. “Yes,” she answered. Immediately afterwards, Barassi wanted to know if the decision was final and the former participant of The Hotel of the Famous He didn’t dodge the question. “Well, love is so beautiful, you have to enjoy it,” she pointed out. And she stressed: “When one begins to suffer, he is already there.” “Well, shall we send Martin a kiss?” Barassi asked. “We all send a kiss,” she closed. “Ah, I’m starting to understand…”, launched the host. ?No, no!? she apologized, thinking that her last sentence might have caused a misunderstanding.

The last gesture of love that Salwe had made to his then-girlfriend had been in mid-September, when she traveled to Punta Cana with her family. At that time, she had her birthday and he was in charge of surprising her with a romantic gift that he sent to the hotel where she was staying. “I received surprises that excited me a lot,” acknowledged the influencer in her account of Instagram, and revealed a part of the personalized box of chocolates that arrived at the hotel room where he was staying. “Happy Birthday Baby! May life fill you with joy! And thanks to these workers from Punta Cana, we put everything together,? Martín wrote at the same time, along with a video published by the company that collaborated with the logistics and the detail that everything was made with white chocolate, the favorite of the youngest of the Lucius.

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[date_timestamp] => 1667280588 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Antibody blunts heroin?s lethality, paving the way for a promising new therapy [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/antibody-blunts-heroins-lethality-paving-the-way-for-a-promising-new-therapy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Cowan ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 04:30:54 +0000 [category] => scienceantibodybluntsheroinslethalityPavingpromisingtherapy [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13583 [description] =>

Journal Reference: Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou, Kim D. Janda. Development of an Effective Monoclonal Antibody against Heroin and Its Metabolites Reveals Therapies Have Mistargeted 6-Monoacetylmorphine and Morphine over Heroin. ACS Central Science, 2022; 8 (10): 1464 DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.2c00977 In the study, published on October 6, 2022 in ACS Central Science, the ... Read more

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  1. Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou, Kim D. Janda. Development of an Effective Monoclonal Antibody against Heroin and Its Metabolites Reveals Therapies Have Mistargeted 6-Monoacetylmorphine and Morphine over Heroin. ACS Central Science, 2022; 8 (10): 1464 DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.2c00977

In the study, published on October 6, 2022 in ACS Central Science, the researchers isolated several distinct variants (or ?clones?) of antibodies that bind tightly to heroin and its major metabolites. They found that one of these monoclonal antibodies was remarkably effective at blocking heroin?s painkilling effect, as well as its effect in slowing breathing and heart rate ? the cause of overdose deaths.

The results also suggested that heroin itself is the best target for such therapies, whereas researchers in the past have targeted heroin?s two major metabolites, morphine and 6-acetylmorphine.

The use of monoclonal antibodies is often called a ?passive? vaccine strategy. Active vaccines against heroin, which use immune-stimulating proteins that mimic heroin or its metabolites to elicit the patient?s own antibodies, have so far not been effective enough for clinical trials.

?Our findings suggest that a monoclonal antibody-based therapy will be more effective than a vaccine and should be targeted to heroin itself rather than its psychoactive metabolites,? says study senior author Kim Janda, PhD, the Ely R. Callaway, Jr. Professor of Chemistry, and director of the Worm Institute for Research & Medicine at Scripps Research.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has estimated that there were roughly 108,000 drug overdose deaths in the country in 2021, a jump of nearly 15 percent from 2020?s figure. The great majority of these deaths involved opioids such as heroin and fentanyl. Current treatments, which include the small-molecule drug naloxone, are far from being completely effective, and heroin-use relapse after treatment is common.

In the new study, Janda and his team inoculated mice with their proprietary heroin-mimicking molecule that can elicit antibody responses to heroin, 6-acetylmorphine and morphine. This allowed them to select four distinct antibody clones for their superior abilities in binding heroin or one of the metabolites ? and they found that one clearly outperformed the rest. This antibody, 11D12, could not only block heroin?s painkilling effects, but also protected mice from an otherwise lethal heroin overdose ? and could do so with a very high degree of potency, comparable to what would be needed in human clinical use.

A single dose of 11D12 also circulated and remained active in mice for weeks, whereas traditional drug treatments typically disappear from the body within hours. That greater persistence can give antibody treatments a substantial advantage when patient compliance is an issue, as it generally is in treating addiction.

Janda says it was unexpected that 11D12 would work so well, since unlike the other three antibodies the team evaluated, it has its highest binding affinity for the heroin molecule itself. Scientists for decades have believed that morphine and 6-acetylmorphine ? into which heroin is rapidly converted by enzymes in the blood ? were the better targets.

?The focus on the metabolites basically misguided the field ? our report will reset research in a direction where successful clinical trials should now be achievable,? Janda says.

He and his team now hope to advance their monoclonal antibody approach against heroin by creating, and then testing, a human-antibody version of the mouse antibody 11D12.

The team also has been developing, in parallel with their anti-heroin efforts, a human monoclonal antibody that neutralizes the synthetic opioids fentanyl, carfentanil and closely related compounds. This antibody has been manufactured in a biopharma manufacturing facility and is now poised for clinical trials.

?Development of an effective monoclonal antibody against heroin and its metabolites reveals therapies have mistargeted 6-monoacetylmorphine and morphine over heroin? was co-authored by Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou and Kim D. Janda.

The research was supported by the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology and the Shadek Family Foundation.

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Journal Reference: Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou, Kim D. Janda. Development of an Effective Monoclonal Antibody against Heroin and Its Metabolites Reveals Therapies Have Mistargeted 6-Monoacetylmorphine and Morphine over Heroin. ACS Central Science, 2022; 8 (10): 1464 DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.2c00977 In the study, published on October 6, 2022 in ACS Central Science, the ... Read more

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  1. Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou, Kim D. Janda. Development of an Effective Monoclonal Antibody against Heroin and Its Metabolites Reveals Therapies Have Mistargeted 6-Monoacetylmorphine and Morphine over Heroin. ACS Central Science, 2022; 8 (10): 1464 DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.2c00977

In the study, published on October 6, 2022 in ACS Central Science, the researchers isolated several distinct variants (or ?clones?) of antibodies that bind tightly to heroin and its major metabolites. They found that one of these monoclonal antibodies was remarkably effective at blocking heroin?s painkilling effect, as well as its effect in slowing breathing and heart rate ? the cause of overdose deaths.

The results also suggested that heroin itself is the best target for such therapies, whereas researchers in the past have targeted heroin?s two major metabolites, morphine and 6-acetylmorphine.

The use of monoclonal antibodies is often called a ?passive? vaccine strategy. Active vaccines against heroin, which use immune-stimulating proteins that mimic heroin or its metabolites to elicit the patient?s own antibodies, have so far not been effective enough for clinical trials.

?Our findings suggest that a monoclonal antibody-based therapy will be more effective than a vaccine and should be targeted to heroin itself rather than its psychoactive metabolites,? says study senior author Kim Janda, PhD, the Ely R. Callaway, Jr. Professor of Chemistry, and director of the Worm Institute for Research & Medicine at Scripps Research.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has estimated that there were roughly 108,000 drug overdose deaths in the country in 2021, a jump of nearly 15 percent from 2020?s figure. The great majority of these deaths involved opioids such as heroin and fentanyl. Current treatments, which include the small-molecule drug naloxone, are far from being completely effective, and heroin-use relapse after treatment is common.

In the new study, Janda and his team inoculated mice with their proprietary heroin-mimicking molecule that can elicit antibody responses to heroin, 6-acetylmorphine and morphine. This allowed them to select four distinct antibody clones for their superior abilities in binding heroin or one of the metabolites ? and they found that one clearly outperformed the rest. This antibody, 11D12, could not only block heroin?s painkilling effects, but also protected mice from an otherwise lethal heroin overdose ? and could do so with a very high degree of potency, comparable to what would be needed in human clinical use.

A single dose of 11D12 also circulated and remained active in mice for weeks, whereas traditional drug treatments typically disappear from the body within hours. That greater persistence can give antibody treatments a substantial advantage when patient compliance is an issue, as it generally is in treating addiction.

Janda says it was unexpected that 11D12 would work so well, since unlike the other three antibodies the team evaluated, it has its highest binding affinity for the heroin molecule itself. Scientists for decades have believed that morphine and 6-acetylmorphine ? into which heroin is rapidly converted by enzymes in the blood ? were the better targets.

?The focus on the metabolites basically misguided the field ? our report will reset research in a direction where successful clinical trials should now be achievable,? Janda says.

He and his team now hope to advance their monoclonal antibody approach against heroin by creating, and then testing, a human-antibody version of the mouse antibody 11D12.

The team also has been developing, in parallel with their anti-heroin efforts, a human monoclonal antibody that neutralizes the synthetic opioids fentanyl, carfentanil and closely related compounds. This antibody has been manufactured in a biopharma manufacturing facility and is now poised for clinical trials.

?Development of an effective monoclonal antibody against heroin and its metabolites reveals therapies have mistargeted 6-monoacetylmorphine and morphine over heroin? was co-authored by Jinny Claire Lee, Lisa M. Eubanks, Bin Zhou and Kim D. Janda.

The research was supported by the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology and the Shadek Family Foundation.

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[date_timestamp] => 1667277054 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => New catalyst can turn smelly hydrogen sulfide into a cash cow [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/new-catalyst-can-turn-smelly-hydrogen-sulfide-into-a-cash-cow/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Cowan ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 03:11:05 +0000 [category] => sciencecashCatalystcowHydrogensmellysulfideturn [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13581 [description] =>

Journal Reference: Minghe Lou, Junwei Lucas Bao, Linan Zhou, Gopal Narmada Naidu, Hossein Robatjazi, Aaron I. Bayles, Henry O. Everitt, Peter Nordlander, Emily A. Carter, Naomi J. Halas. Direct H2S Decomposition by Plasmonic Photocatalysis: Efficient Remediation plus Sustainable Hydrogen Production. ACS Energy Letters, 2022; 7 (10): 3666 DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.2c01755 Hydrogen sulfide gas has the unmistakable ... Read more

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  1. Minghe Lou, Junwei Lucas Bao, Linan Zhou, Gopal Narmada Naidu, Hossein Robatjazi, Aaron I. Bayles, Henry O. Everitt, Peter Nordlander, Emily A. Carter, Naomi J. Halas. Direct H2S Decomposition by Plasmonic Photocatalysis: Efficient Remediation plus Sustainable Hydrogen Production. ACS Energy Letters, 2022; 7 (10): 3666 DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.2c01755

Hydrogen sulfide gas has the unmistakable aroma of rotten eggs. It often emanates from sewers, stockyards and landfills, but it is particularly problematic for refineries, petrochemical plants and other industries, which make thousands of tons of the noxious gas each year as a byproduct of processes that remove sulfur from petroleum, natural gas, coal and other products.

In a published study in the American Chemical Society?s high-impact journal ACS Energy Letters, Rice engineer, physicist and chemist Naomi Halas and collaborators describe a method that uses gold nanoparticles to convert hydrogen sulfide into high-demand hydrogen gas and sulfur in a single step. Better yet, the one-step process gets all its energy from light. Study co-authors include Rice?s Peter Nordlander, Princeton University?s Emily Carter and Syzygy Plasmonics? Hossein Robatjazi.

?Hydrogen sulfide emissions can result in hefty fines for industry, but remediation is also very expensive,? said Halas, a nanophotonics pioneer whose lab has spent years developing commercially viable light-activated nanocatalysts. ?The phrase ?game-changer? is overused, but in this case, it applies. Implementing plasmonic photocatalysis should be far less expensive than traditional remediation, and it has the added potential of transforming a costly burden into an increasingly valuable commodity.?

Each molecule of hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) contains a pair of hydrogen atoms and one atom of sulfur. Each molecule of clean-burning hydrogen gas (H2) ? the staple commodity of the hydrogen economy ? contains a pair of hydrogen atoms. In the new study, Halas? team dotted the surface of grains of silicon dioxide powder with tiny islands of gold. Each island was a gold nanoparticle about 10 billionths of a meter across that would interact strongly with a specific wavelength of visible light. These plasmonic reactions create ?hot carriers,? short-lived, high-energy electrons that can drive catalysis.

In the study, Halas and co-authors used a laboratory setup and showed a bank of LED lights could produce hot carrier photocatalysis and efficiently convert H2S directly into H2 gas and sulfur. That?s a stark contrast to the established catalytic technology refineries use to break down hydrogen sulfide. Known as the Claus process, it produces sulfur but no hydrogen, which it instead converts into water. The Claus process also requires multiple steps, including some that require combustion chambers heated to about 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit.

The plasmonic hydrogen sulfide remediation technology has been licensed bySyzygy Plasmonics, a Houston-based startup company with more than 60 employees, whose co-founders include Halas and Nordlander.

Halas said the remediation process could wind up having low enough implementation costs and high enough efficiency to become economical for cleaning up nonindustrial hydrogen sulfide from sources like sewer gas and animal wastes.

?Given that it requires only visible light and no external heating, the process should be relatively straightforward to scale up using renewable solar energy or highly efficient solid-state LED lighting,? she said.

On Oct. 3, Halas and Nordlander were presented the prestigious2022 Eni Energy Transition Award in recognition of their efforts to develop efficient light-powered catalysts for industrial-scale hydrogen production.

Halas is Rice?s Stanley C. Moore Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a professor of chemistry, bioengineering, physics and astronomy, and materials science and nanoengineering. Nordlander is Rice?s Wiess Chair and Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and professor of electrical and computer engineering, and materials science and nanoengineering. Carter is Princeton?s Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor Emeritus in Energy and Environment and a professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering and applied and computational mathematics. Robatjazi is chief scientist at Syzygy Plasmonics and an adjunct professor of chemistry at Rice.

The research was supported by the Welch Foundation (C-1220, C-1222), the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (FA9550-15-1-0022) and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (HDTRA 1-16-1-0042).

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Journal Reference: Minghe Lou, Junwei Lucas Bao, Linan Zhou, Gopal Narmada Naidu, Hossein Robatjazi, Aaron I. Bayles, Henry O. Everitt, Peter Nordlander, Emily A. Carter, Naomi J. Halas. Direct H2S Decomposition by Plasmonic Photocatalysis: Efficient Remediation plus Sustainable Hydrogen Production. ACS Energy Letters, 2022; 7 (10): 3666 DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.2c01755 Hydrogen sulfide gas has the unmistakable ... Read more

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  1. Minghe Lou, Junwei Lucas Bao, Linan Zhou, Gopal Narmada Naidu, Hossein Robatjazi, Aaron I. Bayles, Henry O. Everitt, Peter Nordlander, Emily A. Carter, Naomi J. Halas. Direct H2S Decomposition by Plasmonic Photocatalysis: Efficient Remediation plus Sustainable Hydrogen Production. ACS Energy Letters, 2022; 7 (10): 3666 DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.2c01755

Hydrogen sulfide gas has the unmistakable aroma of rotten eggs. It often emanates from sewers, stockyards and landfills, but it is particularly problematic for refineries, petrochemical plants and other industries, which make thousands of tons of the noxious gas each year as a byproduct of processes that remove sulfur from petroleum, natural gas, coal and other products.

In a published study in the American Chemical Society?s high-impact journal ACS Energy Letters, Rice engineer, physicist and chemist Naomi Halas and collaborators describe a method that uses gold nanoparticles to convert hydrogen sulfide into high-demand hydrogen gas and sulfur in a single step. Better yet, the one-step process gets all its energy from light. Study co-authors include Rice?s Peter Nordlander, Princeton University?s Emily Carter and Syzygy Plasmonics? Hossein Robatjazi.

?Hydrogen sulfide emissions can result in hefty fines for industry, but remediation is also very expensive,? said Halas, a nanophotonics pioneer whose lab has spent years developing commercially viable light-activated nanocatalysts. ?The phrase ?game-changer? is overused, but in this case, it applies. Implementing plasmonic photocatalysis should be far less expensive than traditional remediation, and it has the added potential of transforming a costly burden into an increasingly valuable commodity.?

Each molecule of hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) contains a pair of hydrogen atoms and one atom of sulfur. Each molecule of clean-burning hydrogen gas (H2) ? the staple commodity of the hydrogen economy ? contains a pair of hydrogen atoms. In the new study, Halas? team dotted the surface of grains of silicon dioxide powder with tiny islands of gold. Each island was a gold nanoparticle about 10 billionths of a meter across that would interact strongly with a specific wavelength of visible light. These plasmonic reactions create ?hot carriers,? short-lived, high-energy electrons that can drive catalysis.

In the study, Halas and co-authors used a laboratory setup and showed a bank of LED lights could produce hot carrier photocatalysis and efficiently convert H2S directly into H2 gas and sulfur. That?s a stark contrast to the established catalytic technology refineries use to break down hydrogen sulfide. Known as the Claus process, it produces sulfur but no hydrogen, which it instead converts into water. The Claus process also requires multiple steps, including some that require combustion chambers heated to about 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit.

The plasmonic hydrogen sulfide remediation technology has been licensed bySyzygy Plasmonics, a Houston-based startup company with more than 60 employees, whose co-founders include Halas and Nordlander.

Halas said the remediation process could wind up having low enough implementation costs and high enough efficiency to become economical for cleaning up nonindustrial hydrogen sulfide from sources like sewer gas and animal wastes.

?Given that it requires only visible light and no external heating, the process should be relatively straightforward to scale up using renewable solar energy or highly efficient solid-state LED lighting,? she said.

On Oct. 3, Halas and Nordlander were presented the prestigious2022 Eni Energy Transition Award in recognition of their efforts to develop efficient light-powered catalysts for industrial-scale hydrogen production.

Halas is Rice?s Stanley C. Moore Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a professor of chemistry, bioengineering, physics and astronomy, and materials science and nanoengineering. Nordlander is Rice?s Wiess Chair and Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and professor of electrical and computer engineering, and materials science and nanoengineering. Carter is Princeton?s Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor Emeritus in Energy and Environment and a professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering and applied and computational mathematics. Robatjazi is chief scientist at Syzygy Plasmonics and an adjunct professor of chemistry at Rice.

The research was supported by the Welch Foundation (C-1220, C-1222), the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (FA9550-15-1-0022) and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (HDTRA 1-16-1-0042).

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[date_timestamp] => 1667272265 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => A famous South Korean actor died in the human stampede that killed 154 people in Seoul [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/a-famous-south-korean-actor-died-in-the-human-stampede-that-killed-154-people-in-seoul/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Steiner ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 03:07:10 +0000 [category] => Latest NewsactordiedfamoushumankilledKoreanPeopleSeoulSouthstampede [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13578 [description] =>

Lee Ji Han died in the human stampede during the Halloween celebrations in Seoul The 24-year-old South Korean actor Lee Jihanparticipant of the South Korean reality show ?Produce 101? in its second season, died in the human stampede during Halloween celebrations in Seoul, that in the early hours of Sunday that so far left 154 ... Read more

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Lee Ji Han died in the human stampede during the Halloween celebrations in Seoul

The 24-year-old South Korean actor Lee Jihanparticipant of the South Korean reality show ?Produce 101? in its second season, died in the human stampede during Halloween celebrations in Seoul, that in the early hours of Sunday that so far left 154 dead and another 150 people injured.

The news was known through the social networks of the production company 935 Entertainment, to which Lee Ji Han belonged, who debuted in 2019 in the series ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day? and who participated in the reality show ?Produce 101?, the competition to be part of a K-pop band.

?It is true that Lee Ji Han passed away due to the accident in Itaewon on October 29,? agency 935 Entertainment told the Xports News website. “We too wish it wasn’t true and we are shocked to hear the news,” they added.

The talent agency did not give more details, as they assure that the family is ?in deep pain? following the death of the actor and television personality.

In the production company’s post, they described the actor as “a friendly and warm person” and highlighted his passion for the profession. “It’s hard to believe we won’t be able to see him anymore”they lamented

Lee Ji Han had applied to be a part of a K-pop band on a reality show
Lee Ji Han had applied to be a part of a K-pop band on a reality show

It may interest you: With 154 dead, the stampede in Seoul became one of the deadliest in the last 10 years

?Actor Lee Ji Han, a valued member of the 935 Entertainment and 9Ato Entertainment family, has become a star in the sky and he has left us ?, they reported on their respective Instagram profiles next to a black plate. “We also hoped that it was not true and we are shocked to hear the news,” added the producer.

Lee Ji Han, South Korean actor, died in stampede in Seoul

?We express our deepest condolences to the bereaved families who are deeply saddened by the sudden loss and to all those who love, cherish, and mourn along with actor Lee Ji Han,? the text continues. ?We will long remember the image of the actor, who shone beautifully with his passion for acting.?

Two close friends of the young man also expressed their shock at the news, ?Ji Han left this world and departed for a better place. Please come and greet him on his last trip.? ?My condolences to those who left early in the Itaewon incident. You can’t even imagine the pain of the family,” said Kim Do Hyun, partner of the deceased actor.

Rescue team members move a body at the scene where dozens of people were injured in a stampede during a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)
Rescue team members move a body at the scene where dozens of people were injured in a stampede during a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)

Young people in disguise fleeing in terror, desperate first aid attempts on the sidewalks, dozens of corpses lined up in the street: in the lively district of Itaewon of seoul, a Halloween party turned into a tragedy on Saturday.

One of the videos shows the desperation of hundreds of people. Rescuers had not yet arrived. There were no firefighters or ambulances and only bystanders are seen trying to save people who had suffered cardiac arrest due to asphyxiation.

Rescue teams work at the site where a stampede during the Halloween festivities killed 154 people and left hundreds injured in the popular Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)
Rescue teams work at the site where a stampede during the Halloween festivities killed 154 people and left hundreds injured in the popular Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)

The images, viralized moments after the tragedy that killed more than 150 people became known, show the CPR maneuvers in the middle of the streetwithout medical support. It is that the crowd not only caused the stampede but also blocked the access so that help could arrive quickly.

It may interest you: Yoon Suk-yeol declared national mourning in South Korea after the stampede that left 154 dead, including 26 foreigners

The bodies of people who had been crushed or trampled to death lay in rows, covered with blankets.

Choi Seong-beom, chief of the Yongsan Fire Department in Seoul, said the death toll could rise and an unspecified number of injured were in critical condition after Saturday night’s stampede in Itaewon.

More than 50 people seriously injured in Seoul

He said the bodies were being sent to hospitals and a gym, where grieving relatives can go to identify them. He had previously pointed out that most of the dead and wounded are around 20 years old.

More than 1,700 response personnel from across the country were deployed, including around 520 firefighters, 1,100 police officers and 70 government workers. The National Fire Agency said in a statement that all available emergency workers in Seoul have been assigned to the incident.

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Lee Ji Han died in the human stampede during the Halloween celebrations in Seoul The 24-year-old South Korean actor Lee Jihanparticipant of the South Korean reality show ?Produce 101? in its second season, died in the human stampede during Halloween celebrations in Seoul, that in the early hours of Sunday that so far left 154 ... Read more

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Lee Ji Han died in the human stampede during the Halloween celebrations in Seoul

The 24-year-old South Korean actor Lee Jihanparticipant of the South Korean reality show ?Produce 101? in its second season, died in the human stampede during Halloween celebrations in Seoul, that in the early hours of Sunday that so far left 154 dead and another 150 people injured.

The news was known through the social networks of the production company 935 Entertainment, to which Lee Ji Han belonged, who debuted in 2019 in the series ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day? and who participated in the reality show ?Produce 101?, the competition to be part of a K-pop band.

?It is true that Lee Ji Han passed away due to the accident in Itaewon on October 29,? agency 935 Entertainment told the Xports News website. “We too wish it wasn’t true and we are shocked to hear the news,” they added.

The talent agency did not give more details, as they assure that the family is ?in deep pain? following the death of the actor and television personality.

In the production company’s post, they described the actor as “a friendly and warm person” and highlighted his passion for the profession. “It’s hard to believe we won’t be able to see him anymore”they lamented

Lee Ji Han had applied to be a part of a K-pop band on a reality show
Lee Ji Han had applied to be a part of a K-pop band on a reality show

It may interest you: With 154 dead, the stampede in Seoul became one of the deadliest in the last 10 years

?Actor Lee Ji Han, a valued member of the 935 Entertainment and 9Ato Entertainment family, has become a star in the sky and he has left us ?, they reported on their respective Instagram profiles next to a black plate. “We also hoped that it was not true and we are shocked to hear the news,” added the producer.

Lee Ji Han, South Korean actor, died in stampede in Seoul

?We express our deepest condolences to the bereaved families who are deeply saddened by the sudden loss and to all those who love, cherish, and mourn along with actor Lee Ji Han,? the text continues. ?We will long remember the image of the actor, who shone beautifully with his passion for acting.?

Two close friends of the young man also expressed their shock at the news, ?Ji Han left this world and departed for a better place. Please come and greet him on his last trip.? ?My condolences to those who left early in the Itaewon incident. You can’t even imagine the pain of the family,” said Kim Do Hyun, partner of the deceased actor.

Rescue team members move a body at the scene where dozens of people were injured in a stampede during a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)
Rescue team members move a body at the scene where dozens of people were injured in a stampede during a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)

Young people in disguise fleeing in terror, desperate first aid attempts on the sidewalks, dozens of corpses lined up in the street: in the lively district of Itaewon of seoul, a Halloween party turned into a tragedy on Saturday.

One of the videos shows the desperation of hundreds of people. Rescuers had not yet arrived. There were no firefighters or ambulances and only bystanders are seen trying to save people who had suffered cardiac arrest due to asphyxiation.

Rescue teams work at the site where a stampede during the Halloween festivities killed 154 people and left hundreds injured in the popular Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)
Rescue teams work at the site where a stampede during the Halloween festivities killed 154 people and left hundreds injured in the popular Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea, on October 30, 2022 (Reuters)

The images, viralized moments after the tragedy that killed more than 150 people became known, show the CPR maneuvers in the middle of the streetwithout medical support. It is that the crowd not only caused the stampede but also blocked the access so that help could arrive quickly.

It may interest you: Yoon Suk-yeol declared national mourning in South Korea after the stampede that left 154 dead, including 26 foreigners

The bodies of people who had been crushed or trampled to death lay in rows, covered with blankets.

Choi Seong-beom, chief of the Yongsan Fire Department in Seoul, said the death toll could rise and an unspecified number of injured were in critical condition after Saturday night’s stampede in Itaewon.

More than 50 people seriously injured in Seoul

He said the bodies were being sent to hospitals and a gym, where grieving relatives can go to identify them. He had previously pointed out that most of the dead and wounded are around 20 years old.

More than 1,700 response personnel from across the country were deployed, including around 520 firefighters, 1,100 police officers and 70 government workers. The National Fire Agency said in a statement that all available emergency workers in Seoul have been assigned to the incident.

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Colombian celebrities who stood out with their outfits, from Shakira as an angel to Disney princesses. Taken from social networks @shakira @carolinacruzosorio and @caritosotooficial The last weekend of October has become one of the most desired dates by Colombian celebrities, in which they show the waste of creativity when choosing their best costumes. One of ... Read more

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Colombian celebrities who stood out with their outfits, from Shakira as an angel to Disney princesses. Taken from social networks @shakira @carolinacruzosorio and @caritosotooficial

The last weekend of October has become one of the most desired dates by Colombian celebrities, in which they show the waste of creativity when choosing their best costumes. One of the first to share her outfits was the Colombian Shakirawho has given what to talk about with his appearances in public.

The first one, looking like a delicate cheerleader at the Halloween celebration with her son Mlilan. This Monday, the interpreter of waka waka surprised with two costumes, as she appeared on her social networks dressed in Wonder Woman and hours later, to leave more than one with prayers on their lips, with a tender little angel outfit.

?The things that you do for your children. Dressed up all weekend just to see them smile!?was the text with which the artist accompanied the publication on her Instagram account, which is already approaching 250,000 likes.

Shakira surprised with the outfits she wore on Halloween weekend with the three costumes on each of the outings with her children.  Taken from Instagram @shakira
Shakira surprised with the outfits she wore on Halloween weekend with the three costumes on each of the outings with her children. Taken from Instagram @shakira

However, another of the costumes that caught the attention of Internet users was the one used by the former presenter of The voice Kids Y The You Senior, Laura Tobon, reminding Marilyn Monroe in the work Gentlemen prefer blondes, with an elegant fuchsia dress with an imposing neckline, a necklace of shiny stones and the characteristic wavy blonde hair of the considered sexiest actress in the United States in her golden age.

The presenter Laura Tobón surprised with her great resemblance to Marilyn Monroe and the costume she wore in her honor.  Taken from Instagram @laura_tobon
The presenter Laura Tobón surprised with her great resemblance to Marilyn Monroe and the costume she wore in her honor. Taken from Instagram @laura_tobon

Other celebrities who have expressed their pleasure for the arrival of this month were Carolina Cruz, Mabel Moreno and Linda Palma, who joined the Colombian in choosing the Wonder Woman as your desired character so you can enjoy the call Children’s Night and enjoy like little giants.

Mabel Moreno, Carolina Cruz and Linda Palma, the actresses who stole some compliments as 'Wonder Woman'.  Taken from Instagram @mabelmorneo1 @lindapalma and @carolinacruzosorio
Mabel Moreno, Carolina Cruz and Linda Palma, the actresses who stole some compliments as ‘Wonder Woman’. Taken from Instagram @mabelmorneo1 @lindapalma and @carolinacruzosorio

The singers were no exception, in this case Carol G alluded to his most recent musical success Catwoman, wearing a bold and sexy costume of one of Batman’s enemies, but different, since the paisa preferred to show off with one in red, leaving more than one sighing with her curves.

Like a complete 'Gatubela' as her most recent single says, the paisa looked stunning in that red latex outfit.  Taken from Instagram @karolg
Like a complete ‘Gatubela’ as her most recent single says, the paisa looked stunning in that red latex outfit. Taken from Instagram @karolg

johanna fadul surprised with his costume during the weekend of Halloween, as he paid tribute to Freddie Mercury being dressed in the character that the British singer wore during the video I want to break free. He was also part of this list of celebrities Martina the Dangerous who was seen dressed as Princeanother of the music icons who went through different musical genres such as funk, R&B, new wave, soul, blues, rock, and even jazz.

Johana Fadul and Martina La Peligrosa stole the applause with their costumes as two music icons;  Freddie Mercury and Prince.  Taken from social networks
Johana Fadul and Martina La Peligrosa stole the applause with their costumes as two music icons; Freddie Mercury and Prince. Taken from social networks

The presenter of Day to day Carolina Soto decided to wear the costume of Princess Jasmín, from the animated Disney movie, Aladdin. Her set partner, Catalina Gómez, was a little less risky and on her body she wore a blue mesh, an abundant wig and her face made up, recalling one of the Avatar characters. The presenter shared on her Instagram account how the makeup process was, which took a lot of work and many hours in front of the mirror so that every detail was perfect.

Carolina Soto dressed as Disney's Princess Jasmine in the movie Aladdin.  Taken from Instagram @caritososooficial
Carolina Soto dressed as Disney’s Princess Jasmine in the movie Aladdin. Taken from Instagram @caritososooficial
Catalina Gómez, presenter of Día a Día, dressed up as one of the characters from the movie Avatar.  Taken from Instagram @apuntesdecata
Catalina Gómez, presenter of Día a Día, dressed up as one of the characters from the movie Avatar. Taken from Instagram @apuntesdecata

Chef Juan Diego, from the morning Day to day, remembered the childhood of some by taking with him the character of Woody, the handsomest cowboy in the west. For her part, Jessi Uribe left more than one with her mouth open when she showed off her elaborate pectorals and makeup from Catrino.

Jessi Uribe and Juan Diego Vanegas left their followers sighing with the costumes they wore to the Halloween celebration.  Taken from Instagram @jessiuribe3 and @juandiegovanegasl
Jessi Uribe and Juan Diego Vanegas left their followers sighing with the costumes they wore to the Halloween celebration. Taken from Instagram @jessiuribe3 and @juandiegovanegasl

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Colombian celebrities who stood out with their outfits, from Shakira as an angel to Disney princesses. Taken from social networks @shakira @carolinacruzosorio and @caritosotooficial

The last weekend of October has become one of the most desired dates by Colombian celebrities, in which they show the waste of creativity when choosing their best costumes. One of the first to share her outfits was the Colombian Shakirawho has given what to talk about with his appearances in public.

The first one, looking like a delicate cheerleader at the Halloween celebration with her son Mlilan. This Monday, the interpreter of waka waka surprised with two costumes, as she appeared on her social networks dressed in Wonder Woman and hours later, to leave more than one with prayers on their lips, with a tender little angel outfit.

?The things that you do for your children. Dressed up all weekend just to see them smile!?was the text with which the artist accompanied the publication on her Instagram account, which is already approaching 250,000 likes.

Shakira surprised with the outfits she wore on Halloween weekend with the three costumes on each of the outings with her children.  Taken from Instagram @shakira
Shakira surprised with the outfits she wore on Halloween weekend with the three costumes on each of the outings with her children. Taken from Instagram @shakira

However, another of the costumes that caught the attention of Internet users was the one used by the former presenter of The voice Kids Y The You Senior, Laura Tobon, reminding Marilyn Monroe in the work Gentlemen prefer blondes, with an elegant fuchsia dress with an imposing neckline, a necklace of shiny stones and the characteristic wavy blonde hair of the considered sexiest actress in the United States in her golden age.

The presenter Laura Tobón surprised with her great resemblance to Marilyn Monroe and the costume she wore in her honor.  Taken from Instagram @laura_tobon
The presenter Laura Tobón surprised with her great resemblance to Marilyn Monroe and the costume she wore in her honor. Taken from Instagram @laura_tobon

Other celebrities who have expressed their pleasure for the arrival of this month were Carolina Cruz, Mabel Moreno and Linda Palma, who joined the Colombian in choosing the Wonder Woman as your desired character so you can enjoy the call Children’s Night and enjoy like little giants.

Mabel Moreno, Carolina Cruz and Linda Palma, the actresses who stole some compliments as 'Wonder Woman'.  Taken from Instagram @mabelmorneo1 @lindapalma and @carolinacruzosorio
Mabel Moreno, Carolina Cruz and Linda Palma, the actresses who stole some compliments as ‘Wonder Woman’. Taken from Instagram @mabelmorneo1 @lindapalma and @carolinacruzosorio

The singers were no exception, in this case Carol G alluded to his most recent musical success Catwoman, wearing a bold and sexy costume of one of Batman’s enemies, but different, since the paisa preferred to show off with one in red, leaving more than one sighing with her curves.

Like a complete 'Gatubela' as her most recent single says, the paisa looked stunning in that red latex outfit.  Taken from Instagram @karolg
Like a complete ‘Gatubela’ as her most recent single says, the paisa looked stunning in that red latex outfit. Taken from Instagram @karolg

johanna fadul surprised with his costume during the weekend of Halloween, as he paid tribute to Freddie Mercury being dressed in the character that the British singer wore during the video I want to break free. He was also part of this list of celebrities Martina the Dangerous who was seen dressed as Princeanother of the music icons who went through different musical genres such as funk, R&B, new wave, soul, blues, rock, and even jazz.

Johana Fadul and Martina La Peligrosa stole the applause with their costumes as two music icons;  Freddie Mercury and Prince.  Taken from social networks
Johana Fadul and Martina La Peligrosa stole the applause with their costumes as two music icons; Freddie Mercury and Prince. Taken from social networks

The presenter of Day to day Carolina Soto decided to wear the costume of Princess Jasmín, from the animated Disney movie, Aladdin. Her set partner, Catalina Gómez, was a little less risky and on her body she wore a blue mesh, an abundant wig and her face made up, recalling one of the Avatar characters. The presenter shared on her Instagram account how the makeup process was, which took a lot of work and many hours in front of the mirror so that every detail was perfect.

Carolina Soto dressed as Disney's Princess Jasmine in the movie Aladdin.  Taken from Instagram @caritososooficial
Carolina Soto dressed as Disney’s Princess Jasmine in the movie Aladdin. Taken from Instagram @caritososooficial
Catalina Gómez, presenter of Día a Día, dressed up as one of the characters from the movie Avatar.  Taken from Instagram @apuntesdecata
Catalina Gómez, presenter of Día a Día, dressed up as one of the characters from the movie Avatar. Taken from Instagram @apuntesdecata

Chef Juan Diego, from the morning Day to day, remembered the childhood of some by taking with him the character of Woody, the handsomest cowboy in the west. For her part, Jessi Uribe left more than one with her mouth open when she showed off her elaborate pectorals and makeup from Catrino.

Jessi Uribe and Juan Diego Vanegas left their followers sighing with the costumes they wore to the Halloween celebration.  Taken from Instagram @jessiuribe3 and @juandiegovanegasl
Jessi Uribe and Juan Diego Vanegas left their followers sighing with the costumes they wore to the Halloween celebration. Taken from Instagram @jessiuribe3 and @juandiegovanegasl

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[date_timestamp] => 1667270651 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Who is Lee Ji [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/who-is-lee-ji/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Steiner ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 02:07:22 +0000 [category] => Latest NewsLee [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13572 [description] =>

Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop After meeting the death of 154 people in a stampede that occurred yesterday in the capital of South KoreaSeoul, during the celebrations of the day of Halloweenit was confirmed that he died there Lee Ji–they havea young 24-year-old ... Read more

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Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

After meeting the death of 154 people in a stampede that occurred yesterday in the capital of South KoreaSeoul, during the celebrations of the day of Halloweenit was confirmed that he died there Lee Jithey havea young 24-year-old South Korean actor known for his participation in the TV show k pop Produce 101 Season 2? and the series ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day?.

The star actor and singer was part of the second season of the k-pop contest: ?produce 101?, where 101 contestants participate to launch their career as singers. There she stood out with the song ?overdose? of the band EXO, but was eliminated in the fifth episode with the 98th ranking. Since then, he has dedicated his career to acting in films and series such as ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day? in 2019.

Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

The news was confirmed a few hours later by the production company that worked with the young actor, 1935 Entertainment, through a statement on their social networks. ?It is heartbreaking to receive you with sad news […] Actor Lee Ji-han has become a star in the sky and has left us?, begins the letter written with white letters and a black background.

?We express our deepest condolences to the family who is deeply grieved and saddened by the sudden loss and to all those who love, cherish and grieve alongside the actor. He was a friendly and warm friend to all?, continues the emotional text.

And he keeps remembering what Lee Ji-ham was like with his loved ones: ?The actor was infinitely bright and innocent. He always smiled brightly, greeted bravely and with good eyes. It’s hard to believe we won’t be able to see it anymore. Let’s send a warm welcome on the final path of actor Lee Ji-han, who left us too soon.

Lastly, he shares a message for his family again, ?We, 935 Entertainment and 9Ato Entertainment, will long remember your image as it shone beautifully with your passionate passion for acting. Once again, we send our deepest condolences to the deceased on his last trip?.

Halloween stampede in South Korea

The tragic episode in which the young actor died and 153 other confirmed people so far, occurred near the Hamilton hotel in the popular neighborhood of Itaewon, in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. It was about the first Halloween celebration in the Asian country since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Thousands of people gathered in its narrow streets to celebrate this festivity.

The head of the fire department, Choi Seong-beom, explained that “the high number of victims was due to the fact that many were trampled during the Halloween event? and said that the death toll could increase. The bodies were taken to hospitals or a nearby gym, she said.

For his part, the South Korean president, Yoon Suk-yeolHe ordered first aid teams to be sent to the scene and asked hospitals to prepare to receive the wounded, the presidency said. The president called an emergency meeting of the Presidential Crisis Management Center in Yongsan, Seoul.

The mayor of the South Korean capital, Oh Se Hoon, was also informed and plans to return from Europe after suspending a trip in which he was scheduled to visit four countries. The catastrophe occurred at 10:22 p.m. local time (10:22 a.m. in Argentina), the Yonhap agency said.

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Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop After meeting the death of 154 people in a stampede that occurred yesterday in the capital of South KoreaSeoul, during the celebrations of the day of Halloweenit was confirmed that he died there Lee Ji–they havea young 24-year-old ... Read more

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Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

After meeting the death of 154 people in a stampede that occurred yesterday in the capital of South KoreaSeoul, during the celebrations of the day of Halloweenit was confirmed that he died there Lee Jithey havea young 24-year-old South Korean actor known for his participation in the TV show k pop Produce 101 Season 2? and the series ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day?.

The star actor and singer was part of the second season of the k-pop contest: ?produce 101?, where 101 contestants participate to launch their career as singers. There she stood out with the song ?overdose? of the band EXO, but was eliminated in the fifth episode with the 98th ranking. Since then, he has dedicated his career to acting in films and series such as ?Today Was Another Nam Hyun Day? in 2019.

Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

Actor Lee Ji-ham was 24 years old and stood out as an actor and singer of K-pop

The news was confirmed a few hours later by the production company that worked with the young actor, 1935 Entertainment, through a statement on their social networks. ?It is heartbreaking to receive you with sad news […] Actor Lee Ji-han has become a star in the sky and has left us?, begins the letter written with white letters and a black background.

?We express our deepest condolences to the family who is deeply grieved and saddened by the sudden loss and to all those who love, cherish and grieve alongside the actor. He was a friendly and warm friend to all?, continues the emotional text.

And he keeps remembering what Lee Ji-ham was like with his loved ones: ?The actor was infinitely bright and innocent. He always smiled brightly, greeted bravely and with good eyes. It’s hard to believe we won’t be able to see it anymore. Let’s send a warm welcome on the final path of actor Lee Ji-han, who left us too soon.

Lastly, he shares a message for his family again, ?We, 935 Entertainment and 9Ato Entertainment, will long remember your image as it shone beautifully with your passionate passion for acting. Once again, we send our deepest condolences to the deceased on his last trip?.

Halloween stampede in South Korea

The tragic episode in which the young actor died and 153 other confirmed people so far, occurred near the Hamilton hotel in the popular neighborhood of Itaewon, in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. It was about the first Halloween celebration in the Asian country since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Thousands of people gathered in its narrow streets to celebrate this festivity.

The head of the fire department, Choi Seong-beom, explained that “the high number of victims was due to the fact that many were trampled during the Halloween event? and said that the death toll could increase. The bodies were taken to hospitals or a nearby gym, she said.

For his part, the South Korean president, Yoon Suk-yeolHe ordered first aid teams to be sent to the scene and asked hospitals to prepare to receive the wounded, the presidency said. The president called an emergency meeting of the Presidential Crisis Management Center in Yongsan, Seoul.

The mayor of the South Korean capital, Oh Se Hoon, was also informed and plans to return from Europe after suspending a trip in which he was scheduled to visit four countries. The catastrophe occurred at 10:22 p.m. local time (10:22 a.m. in Argentina), the Yonhap agency said.

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[date_timestamp] => 1667268442 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Atmospheric aerosol concentrations are lowering, but ground measurements and climate models still differ [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/atmospheric-aerosol-concentrations-are-lowering-but-ground-measurements-and-climate-models-still-differ/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Cowan ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 01:50:54 +0000 [category] => scienceaerosolatmosphericclimateconcentrationsdiffergroundloweringmeasurementsmodels [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13570 [description] =>

Journal Reference: Ville Leinonen, Harri Kokkola, Taina Yli-Juuti, Tero Mielonen, Thomas Kühn, Tuomo Nieminen, Simo Heikkinen, Tuuli Miinalainen, Tommi Bergman, Ken Carslaw, Stefano Decesari, Markus Fiebig, Tareq Hussein, Niku Kivekäs, Radovan Krejci, Markku Kulmala, Ari Leskinen, Andreas Massling, Nikos Mihalopoulos, Jane P. Mulcahy, Steffen M. Noe, Twan van Noije, Fiona M. O?Connor, Colin O?Dowd, Dirk ... Read more

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Journal Reference:

  1. Ville Leinonen, Harri Kokkola, Taina Yli-Juuti, Tero Mielonen, Thomas Kühn, Tuomo Nieminen, Simo Heikkinen, Tuuli Miinalainen, Tommi Bergman, Ken Carslaw, Stefano Decesari, Markus Fiebig, Tareq Hussein, Niku Kivekäs, Radovan Krejci, Markku Kulmala, Ari Leskinen, Andreas Massling, Nikos Mihalopoulos, Jane P. Mulcahy, Steffen M. Noe, Twan van Noije, Fiona M. O?Connor, Colin O?Dowd, Dirk Olivie, Jakob B. Pernov, Tuukka Petäjä, Øyvind Seland, Michael Schulz, Catherine E. Scott, Henrik Skov, Erik Swietlicki, Thomas Tuch, Alfred Wiedensohler, Annele Virtanen, Santtu Mikkonen. Comparison of particle number size distribution trends in ground measurements and climate models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2022; 22 (19): 12873 DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-12873-2022

The declining trend was also observed by the climate models studied, but on average the relative decrease was lower in the models than in the ground measurements. There are clear differences between different models in how they describe seasonal variation. The study utilised long-term time series data from 21 observation sites and results from five different climate models.

The ability of climate models to describe the impact of aerosols on the Earth?s radiative equilibrium depends on their ability to describe temporal and local trends in aerosol concentrations. In terms of seasonal variation, there were clear differences ? both between different models and when compared to the seasonal variation observed in measurements. In some models, seasonal variation is modelled in a similar manner regardless of the location of the observation site, whereas in some models, seasonal variation is modelled to reflect changes in the North-South axis, being stronger in the North. It is notable that the greatest differences were found in particle size, which plays a key role in the cloud formation process.

The findings suggest that the differences between the climate models are likely to be explained by, e.g., differences in processes describing the formation, development and transport of aerosols. Based on the study, it is considered important for the further development of climate models to conduct more detailed model comparisons focusing on different processes, which could be used to identify the causes of the differences identified.

Atmospheric aerosol concentrations are lowering, but ground measurements and climate models still differ

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Journal Reference: Ville Leinonen, Harri Kokkola, Taina Yli-Juuti, Tero Mielonen, Thomas Kühn, Tuomo Nieminen, Simo Heikkinen, Tuuli Miinalainen, Tommi Bergman, Ken Carslaw, Stefano Decesari, Markus Fiebig, Tareq Hussein, Niku Kivekäs, Radovan Krejci, Markku Kulmala, Ari Leskinen, Andreas Massling, Nikos Mihalopoulos, Jane P. Mulcahy, Steffen M. Noe, Twan van Noije, Fiona M. O?Connor, Colin O?Dowd, Dirk ... Read more

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Journal Reference:

  1. Ville Leinonen, Harri Kokkola, Taina Yli-Juuti, Tero Mielonen, Thomas Kühn, Tuomo Nieminen, Simo Heikkinen, Tuuli Miinalainen, Tommi Bergman, Ken Carslaw, Stefano Decesari, Markus Fiebig, Tareq Hussein, Niku Kivekäs, Radovan Krejci, Markku Kulmala, Ari Leskinen, Andreas Massling, Nikos Mihalopoulos, Jane P. Mulcahy, Steffen M. Noe, Twan van Noije, Fiona M. O?Connor, Colin O?Dowd, Dirk Olivie, Jakob B. Pernov, Tuukka Petäjä, Øyvind Seland, Michael Schulz, Catherine E. Scott, Henrik Skov, Erik Swietlicki, Thomas Tuch, Alfred Wiedensohler, Annele Virtanen, Santtu Mikkonen. Comparison of particle number size distribution trends in ground measurements and climate models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2022; 22 (19): 12873 DOI: 10.5194/acp-22-12873-2022

The declining trend was also observed by the climate models studied, but on average the relative decrease was lower in the models than in the ground measurements. There are clear differences between different models in how they describe seasonal variation. The study utilised long-term time series data from 21 observation sites and results from five different climate models.

The ability of climate models to describe the impact of aerosols on the Earth?s radiative equilibrium depends on their ability to describe temporal and local trends in aerosol concentrations. In terms of seasonal variation, there were clear differences ? both between different models and when compared to the seasonal variation observed in measurements. In some models, seasonal variation is modelled in a similar manner regardless of the location of the observation site, whereas in some models, seasonal variation is modelled to reflect changes in the North-South axis, being stronger in the North. It is notable that the greatest differences were found in particle size, which plays a key role in the cloud formation process.

The findings suggest that the differences between the climate models are likely to be explained by, e.g., differences in processes describing the formation, development and transport of aerosols. Based on the study, it is considered important for the further development of climate models to conduct more detailed model comparisons focusing on different processes, which could be used to identify the causes of the differences identified.

Atmospheric aerosol concentrations are lowering, but ground measurements and climate models still differ

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[date_timestamp] => 1667267454 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Artificial intelligence approach may help identify melanoma survivors who face a high risk of cancer recurrence [link] => https://fastmediaservice.com/artificial-intelligence-approach-may-help-identify-melanoma-survivors-who-face-a-high-risk-of-cancer-recurrence/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Cowan ) [pubdate] => Tue, 01 Nov 2022 00:31:20 +0000 [category] => scienceapproachartificialcancerfacehighidentifyintelligencemelanomarecurrenceriskSurvivors [guid] => https://fastmediaservice.com/?p=13568 [description] =>

Journal Reference: Guihong Wan, Nga Nguyen, Feng Liu, Mia S. DeSimone, Bonnie W. Leung, Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan S. Phillipps, Ruple Jairath, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Meng Jiao, Wenxin Chen, Diane Ho, Stacey Duey, István Balázs Németh, Gyorgy Marko-Varga, Jeovanis Gil Valdés, David ... Read more

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  1. Guihong Wan, Nga Nguyen, Feng Liu, Mia S. DeSimone, Bonnie W. Leung, Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan S. Phillipps, Ruple Jairath, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Meng Jiao, Wenxin Chen, Diane Ho, Stacey Duey, István Balázs Németh, Gyorgy Marko-Varga, Jeovanis Gil Valdés, David Liu, Genevieve M. Boland, Alexander Gusev, Peter K. Sorger, Kun-Hsing Yu, Yevgeniy R. Semenov. Prediction of early-stage melanoma recurrence using clinical and histopathologic features. npj Precision Oncology, 2022; 6 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41698-022-00321-4

A team led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) recently developed an artificial intelligence-based method to predict which patients are most likely to experience a recurrence and are therefore expected to benefit from aggressive treatment. The method was validated in a study published in npj Precision Oncology.

Most patients with early-stage melanoma are treated with surgery to remove cancerous cells, but patients with more advanced cancer often receive immune checkpoint inhibitors, which effectively strengthen the immune response against tumor cells but also carry significant side effects.

?There is an urgent need to develop predictive tools to assist in the selection of high-risk patients for whom the benefits of immune checkpoint inhibitors would justify the high rate of morbid and potentially fatal immunologic adverse events observed with this therapeutic class,? says senior author Yevgeniy R. Semenov, MD, an investigator in the Department of Dermatology at MGH.

?Reliable prediction of melanoma recurrence can enable more precise treatment selection for immunotherapy, reduce progression to metastatic disease and improve melanoma survival while minimizing exposure to treatment toxicities.?

To help achieve this, Semenov and his colleagues assessed the effectiveness of algorithms based on machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, that used data from patient electronic health records to predict melanoma recurrence.

Specifically, the team collected 1,720 early-stage melanomas ? 1,172 from the Mass General Brigham healthcare system (MGB) and 548 from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) ? and extracted 36 clinical and pathologic features of these cancers from electronic health records to predict patients? recurrence risk with machine learning algorithms. Algorithms were developed and validated with various MGB and DFCI patient sets, and tumor thickness and rate of cancer cell division were identified as the most predictive features.

?Our comprehensive risk prediction platform using novel machine learning approaches to determine the risk of early-stage melanoma recurrence reached high levels of classification and time to event prediction accuracy,? says Semenov. ?Our results suggest that machine learning algorithms can extract predictive signals from clinicopathologic features for early-stage melanoma recurrence prediction, which will enable the identification of patients who may benefit from adjuvant immunotherapy.?

Additional Mass General co-authors include Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan Phillips, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Wenxin Chen, Diane, Ho, Stacey Duey, and Genevieve M. Boland.

This work was supported by the Melanoma Research Alliance, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Dermatology Foundation.

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Journal Reference: Guihong Wan, Nga Nguyen, Feng Liu, Mia S. DeSimone, Bonnie W. Leung, Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan S. Phillipps, Ruple Jairath, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Meng Jiao, Wenxin Chen, Diane Ho, Stacey Duey, István Balázs Németh, Gyorgy Marko-Varga, Jeovanis Gil Valdés, David ... Read more

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  1. Guihong Wan, Nga Nguyen, Feng Liu, Mia S. DeSimone, Bonnie W. Leung, Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan S. Phillipps, Ruple Jairath, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Meng Jiao, Wenxin Chen, Diane Ho, Stacey Duey, István Balázs Németh, Gyorgy Marko-Varga, Jeovanis Gil Valdés, David Liu, Genevieve M. Boland, Alexander Gusev, Peter K. Sorger, Kun-Hsing Yu, Yevgeniy R. Semenov. Prediction of early-stage melanoma recurrence using clinical and histopathologic features. npj Precision Oncology, 2022; 6 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41698-022-00321-4

A team led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) recently developed an artificial intelligence-based method to predict which patients are most likely to experience a recurrence and are therefore expected to benefit from aggressive treatment. The method was validated in a study published in npj Precision Oncology.

Most patients with early-stage melanoma are treated with surgery to remove cancerous cells, but patients with more advanced cancer often receive immune checkpoint inhibitors, which effectively strengthen the immune response against tumor cells but also carry significant side effects.

?There is an urgent need to develop predictive tools to assist in the selection of high-risk patients for whom the benefits of immune checkpoint inhibitors would justify the high rate of morbid and potentially fatal immunologic adverse events observed with this therapeutic class,? says senior author Yevgeniy R. Semenov, MD, an investigator in the Department of Dermatology at MGH.

?Reliable prediction of melanoma recurrence can enable more precise treatment selection for immunotherapy, reduce progression to metastatic disease and improve melanoma survival while minimizing exposure to treatment toxicities.?

To help achieve this, Semenov and his colleagues assessed the effectiveness of algorithms based on machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, that used data from patient electronic health records to predict melanoma recurrence.

Specifically, the team collected 1,720 early-stage melanomas ? 1,172 from the Mass General Brigham healthcare system (MGB) and 548 from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) ? and extracted 36 clinical and pathologic features of these cancers from electronic health records to predict patients? recurrence risk with machine learning algorithms. Algorithms were developed and validated with various MGB and DFCI patient sets, and tumor thickness and rate of cancer cell division were identified as the most predictive features.

?Our comprehensive risk prediction platform using novel machine learning approaches to determine the risk of early-stage melanoma recurrence reached high levels of classification and time to event prediction accuracy,? says Semenov. ?Our results suggest that machine learning algorithms can extract predictive signals from clinicopathologic features for early-stage melanoma recurrence prediction, which will enable the identification of patients who may benefit from adjuvant immunotherapy.?

Additional Mass General co-authors include Ahmad Rajeh, Michael R. Collier, Min Seok Choi, Munachimso Amadife, Kimberly Tang, Shijia Zhang, Jordan Phillips, Nora A. Alexander, Yining Hua, Wenxin Chen, Diane, Ho, Stacey Duey, and Genevieve M. Boland.

This work was supported by the Melanoma Research Alliance, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Dermatology Foundation.

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