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The influence of physical activity in the progression of experimental lung cancer in mice

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GRUPO AFAN 2 – GROUP AFAN 2 – Anaerobic Physical Activity – Atividade Física Anaeróbia – ´´My´´ Dissertation – Faculty of Medicine of Sao Jose do Rio Preto

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Lung cancer is one of the most incident neoplasms in the world, representing the main cause of mortality for cancer. Many epidemiologic studies have suggested that physical activity may reduce the risk of lung cancer, other works evaluate the effectiveness of the use of the physical activity in the suppression, remission and reduction of the recurrence of tumors. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of aerobic and anaerobic physical activity in the development and the progression of lung cancer. Lung tumors were induced with a dose of 3mg of urethane/kg, in 67 male Balb – C type mice, divided in three groups: group 1_24 mice treated with urethane and without physical activity; group 2_25 mice with urethane and subjected to aerobic swimming free exercise; group 3_18 mice with urethane, subjected to anaerobic swimming exercise with gradual loading 5-20% of body weight. All the animals were sacrificed after 20 weeks, and lung lesions were analyzed. The median number of lesions (nodules and hyperplasia) was 3.0 for group 1, 2.0 for group 2 and 1.5-3 (p=0.052). When comparing only the presence or absence of lesion, there was a decrease in the number of lesions in group 3 as compared with group 1 (p=0.03) but not in relation to group 2. There were no metastases or other changes in other organs. The anaerobic physical activity, but not aerobic, diminishes the incidence of experimental lung tumors.

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PUBLISHED FRI, DEC 27 20192:36 PM ESTUPDATED 4 HOURS AGOJordan Novet@JORDANNOVET

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  • Microsoft closed its $26.2 billion LinkedIn acquisition three years ago this month.
  • LinkedIn has done some things to integrate with its parent, and more tie-ins are coming.

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Microsoft told investors what it could do with LinkedIn in a PowerPoint presentation it showed on the day the $26.2 billion deal was announced. It was June 13, 2016.

Some of those ideas have been implemented since the deal was finalized, three years ago this month. Others are still on the way, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner told CNBC in an interview this fall at his office in Sunnyvale, California.

He turned to the Microsoft Surface Studio PC on his desk, brought up Microsoft’s Outlook email service in a browser window and then, with a few clicks, accessed information from LinkedIn about people with whom he had exchanged messages.

“It’s a really powerful way to just stay in touch and to just understand who’s reaching out and what they’re up to,” said Weiner, who became LinkedIn’s CEO in 2009, a year after joining the company from Yahoo.

Although that integration exists on the web and in Outlook’s iOS app, other promises have yet to materialize, such as an “Intelligent Newsfeed” in LinkedIn that draws from information in Office apps, and tools for managers to understand what their employees are doing at work.

The slowness points to Microsoft’s current desire to not screw up its biggest acquisition yet, suggesting a change in approach under CEO Satya Nadella.

Microsoft has had acquisitions go wrong in the past.

In 2012 Microsoft announced a $6.2 billion write-down of goodwill that was mostly related to aQuantive, a digital advertising company it had bought for $6.3 billion in 2007 in its biggest transaction yet at the time. Microsoft posted its first-ever quarterly loss as a result of the write-down.

Microsoft also reported a quarterly loss in 2015 after announcing $8.3 billion in charges tied to the restructuring of its phone hardware business, following Microsoft’s $9.5 billion purchase of Nokia Devices and Services business.

Both of those deals were signed before Nadella replaced Steve Ballmer as CEO in 2014.

“Of course, we’ll learn from the past,” said Nadella about LinkedIn — he spoke from experience, as one of the executives responsible for Microsoft’s advertising push following the close of the aQuantive deal.

Amy Hood, Microsoft’s finance chief, said the main goal of the acquisition was to accelerate growth at LinkedIn, as well as the Office 365 and Dynamics 365 product lines.

As part of the deal, LinkedIn got to retain its independence and Weiner remained in charge. Weiner received a spot on Microsoft’s senior leadership team and started reporting directly to Nadella, while keeping his CEO title.

“Satya has made good on every single thing we talked about prior to the acquisition,” Weiner said.

Microsoft took a somewhat similar approach with its $7.5 billion acquisition last year of code-sharing service GitHub, emphasizing that it would run independently. It tapped Nat Friedman, formerly CEO of mobile development start-up Xamarin, which Microsoft bought in 2016, to run GitHub, as GitHub had previously said it was looking for a new leader.

On the day the GitHub acquisition was announced, Friedman said Microsoft technologies would come to GitHub’s marketplace, while GitHub would bring new capabilities to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code text editor.

A long time horizon for integration

LinkedIn was a special asset. Salesforce also wanted to buy it, and a months-long bidding war ensued. Following the loss, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff suggested Microsoft’s plans to bundle LinkedIn data with other products were anticompetitive.

Three years after the deal closed, Benioff’s worst fears have not come true. By and large, LinkedIn still operates as a separate entity from the rest of the company.

But Weiner says it’s still early.

“We have a members-first approach,” he said. “So it’s all about making sure we’re maintaining the trust of our membership. Microsoft has a very similar ethos with regard to how they secure the data of their customers, and just being very thoughtful in terms of the right way to roll this out and make sure that we create the right experience. So there’s just been a lot of testing happening.”

Potential integrations were definitely part of Microsoft’s original pitch for buying the company. The presentation featured six “illustrations” of the two companies’ products coming together:

  • A connection between LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator and Microsoft Dynamics sales software. This technology is available, and teams have enhanced the connection between the services. People can also use Sales Navigator data in Microsoft’s PowerApps and Power BI tools.
  • A unified professional profile that would show LinkedIn details in Windows and Office applications. Microsoft has made inroads here, and the LinkedIn integration will be coming to the Outlook app for Android in 2020.
  • An “Intelligent Newsfeed” in LinkedIn that draws on activity from Microsoft Office apps. This isn’t available today, although LinkedIn has tapped Microsoft services such as translation to enhance the feed.
  • Microsoft’s Cortana virtual assistant telling users about relevant LinkedIn information. This isn’t available today.
  • Tools that managers can use to better understand employees’ work activity. This isn’t available today.
  • LinkedIn Learning content inside Office applications. This isn’t available today, but Weiner said bringing Learning content to Office apps “feels like it makes a lot of sense.”

In addition, during a CNBC appearance alongside Nadella on acquisition day, Weiner mentioned several Microsoft products that it would be “incredibly exciting” to integrate with, including Active Directory and Skype. To date LinkedIn has not touted integrations with those things.

During that appearance, one Microsoft product Weiner didn’t talk about integrating with was the Azure public cloud, which competes with market leader Amazon Web Services. Earlier this year, though, LinkedIn said it would adopt Azure after depending on its own infrastructure for years.

The move to Azure could enable additional integration points.

“We’re going to be building out an infrastructural capability on Azure so that Microsoft customers, in a private, in a secure, in a trusted environment, are going to be able to leverage LinkedIn data relevant to their employees with their own data as an organization,” Weiner said. “And when you start to commingle that data, it becomes more valuable. So organizations will be able to run analysis and queries, and there’s some really interesting things that can be done on that front.”

Internally, Microsoft recently deployed a new version of its corporate directory, called Who Plus, that draws on LinkedIn, Weiner said. LinkedIn could turn that integration into a product for non-Microsoft employees to use, he said.

Weiner said LinkedIn profile information will become available in more of Microsoft’s Outlook applications, including the Android app. And LinkedIn can improve the existing Outlook integrations.

“Once we’ve nailed that, we can potentially expand that into other Office applications, especially as Office continues to grow its collaborative capabilities — the ability to see who you’re talking to, who you’re contacting, who’s reaching out to you, who you need to reach out to by virtue of their skills, their knowledge, etc. I think that can create a lot of value for folks,” Weiner said.

Weiner said the team is still thinking about how to integrate LinkedIn more into Windows, which is one of the less prominent possibilities Microsoft originally pointed to in its 2016 presentation to investors. He talked about enabling the right kind of news experience and delivering “active notifications.”

Little change but steady growth

So far, though, LinkedIn doesn’t appear to have changed all that much for end users. But it might not need to.

LinkedIn is still growing its user base — there are now 660 million members, up 52% from when Microsoft bought it — and LinkedIn contributed $6.75 billion in revenue in the 2019 fiscal year (which ended June 30), up 28.4% on an annualized basis. Although revenue growth hasn’t exploded under Microsoft, ranging between 25% and 37% since 2018, growth was slowing down significantly when Microsoft bought it.

Weiner says its performance is ahead of plan for the last three years.

“One thing I know is that by virtue of becoming a part of Microsoft, we were almost immediately able to focus increasingly on a longer-term horizon, and not be as focused on the immediate term, on the quarter-to-quarter performance,” he said. “At the time of the close and shortly thereafter, at least for the first couple of quarters, our growth continued to decelerate. It was a couple of quarters later that it started to stabilize. And then it started to meaningfully accelerate.”

He continued, “So, if we were still public and there was that deceleration, what kind of response would we have seen from the Street? How would that have impacted the company? How would that have impacted our talent? It’s hard to say. But — didn’t happen, so don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it.”

LinkedIn also hasn’t done much for Microsoft’s bottom line. In its fiscal year ended June 2018, Microsoft said that LinkedIn’s fiscal-year operating loss widened by $63 million to $987 million — a drop in the bucket compared with Microsoft’s overall net income of $16.57 billion that year. The company didn’t provide an update on LinkedIn’s profit or loss this year.

Weiner said LinkedIn could improve its profitability by modernizing its billing infrastructure.

The LinkedIn and Microsoft sales teams could also work more closely.

“I think there’s opportunities to do that where we have a different customer set and different customer relationships, where Microsoft can potentially open doors by virtue of their relationships,” Weiner said.

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      • Amazon has overtaken Google and Apple to become the world’s most valuable brand at $315.5 billion.
      • Apple comes second, valued at $309.5 billion
      • Google is in third place, at $309 billion.
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      Amazon has overtaken Google and Apple to become the world’s most valuable brand at $315.5 billion, according to a ranking of global companies, up 52% on last year.

      Apple comes second, valued at $309.5 billion, with Google in third place, at $309 billion, according to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brand ranking 2019, compiled by WPP research agency Kantar and released Tuesday.

      Google and Apple had spent a combined 12 years at the top of the list, with Google taking the top spot in 2018.

      Doreen Wang, Kantar’s global head of BrandZ, said Amazon’s jump was due to it selling a variety of services. “Amazon’s phenomenal brand value growth of almost $108 billion in the last year demonstrates how brands are now less anchored to individual categories and regions. The boundaries are blurring as technology fluency allow brands, such as Amazon, Google and Alibaba, to offer a range of services across multiple consumer touchpoints,” she said in a statement emailed to CNBC.

      Amazon has been increasing investments in a range of companies as its core business slows, including self-driving car start-up Aurora and electric truck company Rivian, as well as expanding Amazon Air, its airplane business. It bought online pharmacy PillPack for $753 million in 2018 and last month led a $575 million funding round into food delivery company Deliveroo.

      WATCH NOWVIDEO03:15Amazon tops list of most valuable brands for first time in 12 years

      Four of the BrandZ top ten were made up of more traditional brands including VisaMcDonald’s and AT&T. Microsoft comes in at fourth place, as it did in 2018.

      Technology companies have always dominated the ranking, with Microsoft taking the top spot when BrandZ began in 2006. This year, Alibaba (valued at $131.2 billion) overtook Tencent ($130.9 billion) to become the most valuable Chinese brand. There is a total of 15 Chinese brands in the list of 100 companies, including mobile handset company Xiaomi (valued at $19.8 billion) and Meituan ($18.8 billion), a tech platform people can use to order food deliveries, book hotel rooms and arrange bike rentals.

      David Roth, chair of BrandZ, said the companies that did well were those that mastered this new model of different services. “Brands need to understand the value this type of model can create and should embrace its approach to be successful in the future,” he said in an emailed statement.

      Tech, finance and retail brands dominate the overall ranking, making up more than two-thirds of its value, while luxury is the fastest-growing category.

      To qualify for the ranking, brands must be publicly traded, or publish their financial results. BrandZ’s list combines measures of brand equity based on interviews with more than 3 million consumers about thousands of brands, with analysis of each company’s business and financial performance, using data from Kantar Worldpanel.

      The world’s most valuable brands 2019

      1. Amazon $315.5 billion
      2. Apple $309.5 billion
      3. Google $309 billion
      4. Microsoft $251.2 billion
      5. Visa $177.9 billion
      6. Facebook $159 billion
      7. Alibaba $131.2 billion
      8. Tencent $130.9 billion
      9. McDonald’s $130.4 billion
      10. AT&T $108.4 billion

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      Maturation Trajectories of Cortical Resting-State Networks Depend on the Mediating Frequency BandSheraz KhanPublicado no LinkedInIn this study, we mapped graph theory based large-scale characteristics of developing resting state brain networks using magnetoencephalography (MEG), which has a millisecond time resolution, in 131 subjects, ages 7-29. Using this approach, we discovered previously un-mapped frequency-dependent properties of the maturation trajectories of resting state networks. Most notably we found: Beta and gamma band mediated networks followed distinct maturation trajectories; Short-range local functional connectivity increased with age in beta band mediated networks, promoting network segregation, whereas long-range global connectivity increased in gamma band mediated networks, promoting integration across distinct cortical regions. Contrary to prior studies, we found that small world property (a measure of the optimization of the balance between global and local connectivity) of brain networks did change with development, but in opposite directions for the beta and gamma band mediated networks. The same was true for network resilience (vulnerability of brain networks), a network property that is likely relevant to onset and trajectory of psychiatric disease. Using machine learning, we showed that the maturation trajectory is actually composed of two distinct curves. While the gamma band mediated resting state, networks followed an asymptotic trajectory, in contrast beta band mediated networks remained linear through age 29, and did not asymptote even in adulthood. The combined results accounted for 55% of the variance in the data. Preprint for the Study: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/02/13/264416

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      Researchers have managed to quantum teleport information between two computer chips for the first time

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      Scientists at the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark have achieved quantum teleportation between two computer chips for the first time. The team managed to send information from one chip to another instantly without them being physically or electronically connected, in a feat that opens the door for quantum computers and quantum internet.

      This kind of teleportation is made possible by a phenomenon called quantum entanglement, where two particles become so entwined with each other that they can “communicate” over long distances. Changing the properties of one particle will cause the other to instantly change too, no matter how much space separates the two of them. In essence, information is being teleported between them.

      Hypothetically, there’s no limit to the distance over which quantum teleportation can operate – and that raises some strange implications that puzzled even Einstein himself. Our current understanding of physics says that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, and yet, with quantum teleportation, information appears to break that speed limit. Einstein dubbed it “spooky action at a distance.”

      Harnessing this phenomenon could clearly be beneficial, and the new study helps bring that closer to reality. The team generated pairs of entangled photons on the chips, and then made a quantum measurement of one. This observation changes the state of the photon, and those changes are then instantly applied to the partner photon in the other chip.

      “We were able to demonstrate a high-quality entanglement link across two chips in the lab, where photons on either chip share a single quantum state,” says Dan Llewellyn, co-author of the study. “Each chip was then fully programmed to perform a range of demonstrations which utilize the entanglement. The flagship demonstration was a two-chip teleportation experiment, whereby the individual quantum state of a particle is transmitted across the two chips after a quantum measurement is performed. This measurement utilizes the strange behavior of quantum physics, which simultaneously collapses the entanglement link and transfers the particle state to another particle already on the receiver chip.”

      The team reported a teleportation success rate of 91 percent, and managed to perform some other functions that will be important for quantum computing. That includes entanglement swapping (where states can be passed between particles that have never directly interacted via a mediator), and entangling as many as four photons together.

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      Michael IrvingMichael has always been fascinated by space, technology, dinosaurs, and the weirder mysteries the universe. With a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing and several years experience under his belt, he joined New Atlas as a staff writer in 2016.8 COMMENTSSign in to post a comment.RobWoods DECEMBER 27, 2019 06:58 AMMy hope is that this new technology of quantum entanglement with it’s instant communication can be successfully used for instant communication between computers and personnel in long space flights great distances apart.Jerome Morley Larson Sr eAIA DECEMBER 27, 2019 08:23 AMI thought that quantum entanglement was between photons that had been split in two different directions; to me it was obvious that there would be instant communication between them via the light stream itself since no time elapses between particles traveling apart from each other at the speed of light — methinks we are being … um… bullwinked — 91% in a computer = zero.Rainer Kordmaa DECEMBER 27, 2019 09:03 AM”and yet, with quantum teleportation, information appears to break that speed limit” Citation needed, the paper does not make that claim, this is pure fiction.ANC DECEMBER 27, 2019 09:27 AMSplit photons get entangled by gravitons sustaining the orbit around them. The graviton is the medium quantum of entanglement and smallest/fastest particle than a photon. A laser or optic fiber solenoid will generate a perpendicular wave of gravitons just like an electron solenoid generates a perpendicular wave of photons. My Atomic-Cosmic quantum theory is superior than “strange teleportation” or “spooky action at a distance”: http://www.sandaero.com/sandaero_028.htmTroublesh00ter DECEMBER 27, 2019 09:44 AMAs has been previously noted, this technology would make for hack-proof communications, both a good thing if your a good guy or a bad thing if your a bad guy, trying to keep good guys from your schemes. The real loaded question is: Can this technology be made practical for general use, or would it be reserved for ultra-secure military and/or government communications?Expanded Viewpoint DECEMBER 27, 2019 10:47 AMI would like to see some videos of this hardware in action, before I buy any stock in it. Or is all of this just some simulations and wild conjectures flying about the room?? Methinks that the emperor might be standing before us, very naked.Worzel DECEMBER 27, 2019 11:28 AMIgnoring the, ”abduction/anal probe” reports, it’s often asked, if the universe is possibly so full of life, why dont we see flocks of alien space ships visiting us? Well, as physical transportation is not really viable for travel between stars and galaxies, then an advanced society wouldn’t use it. What they would use, eventually, is teleportation, as all good scifi stories predict. The natural extension of information teleportation, is matter transportation, as matter is, effectively, only electronic information in dense lumps. So, the reason that we dont see flocks of space ships, is, because they dont exist. They are superseded by matter transporters, which I think is the natural development from quantum teleportation. Sorry, but ‘Star Trek’ is just fantasy, not even fiction.Douglas Rogers DECEMBER 27, 2019 01:40 PMThe wave function can collapse instantaneously because no time travel paradox is created.

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