Ain Kim & Seung-Hee Han
Oncolytic adenovirus is a frequently used viral vector for gene therapy in cancer treatments. However, they are highly susceptible to liver-drainage or rejection by the immune system upon injection. Kim et al investigates the possibility of minimally-invasive gene delivery using microbubbles with MRI-guided HIFU and confirms that the adenovirus can successfully be delivered into target tumor tissues.
Stephanie Wai-Shan Wang et al.
Medical trainees are responsible for making informed choices based on research evidence, but many postgraduate medical students find statistics difficult. Wang et al investigates the needs to offer broad training in research methodology in medical education and recommend improvements for training and resources.
Nafisa Bhuiyan, Jason Rajsic, Jay Pratt
Recent evidence suggests that perceptual grouping occurs not only from visual similarity, but also from associative similarity. Bhuiyan et al perform a repetition discrimination task that demonstrates no significant differences caused by prior training on associative similarity performance.