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It is for these reasons that we focussed on identifying and validating the most effective RT-qPCR assay. Hydrolysis probe assays are the most extensively used methods for nucleic acid detection, both for clinical and research diagnostic purposes. From the results of the systematic review, 3 published systems incorporating hydrolysis probes were selected on the basis of best matching in silico. Assessment with JEV RNA dilutions of G1 and G3 showed the lowest LOD was obtained with the Pyke system: 2 logfold below both the Yang and Shirato assays with G1, and 1 logfold below both with G3 [27, 50]. It is recognised that the conditions employed were not identical to those published, and it would have been interesting to compare the validated assays with existing assays performed with published conditions. Validation experiments confirmed good RT-qPCR efficiency and LOD of 1.3 JEV RNA copies/μl or 39 copies/reaction. However, in a study of patient samples with paired serum and CSF, all the positive RT-qPCR products that were sequenced, even results with Cq of approximately 30 showed non-specific amplification. Eleven positive samples were detected by the Pyke assay alone, of which all were sequenced and showed non-specific amplification.

The results highlight the importance of validating a newly designed RT-qPCR method against a panel of negative patients samples in addition to the no-template controls recommended by the MIQE guidelines [39]. The oligonucleotides tested in these experiments had been checked in-silico for specificity, and also experimentally tested for cross-reactivity against strains of the closely related viruses, WNV and SLE. All the experiments had been performed with at least one no template control per RT-qPCR plate. Nonetheless, the results of validation against patient CSF and serum samples suggested poor specificity of the Pyke assay. It is possible that further optimisation, increasing the annealing temperature and reducing the primer concentrations may have improved the specificity, although this may adversely affect sensitivity of the assay.

A study of patient samples, including paired serum and CSF, demonstrated marginally improved detection of JEV RNA as compared to the existing hemi-nested panflavivirus RT-qPCR assay. One case was detected with the hemi-nested RT-qPCR assay, and both this and an additional case were detected by the new assays. The low number of positives is consistent with previous data. It must also be taken into account that this involved retrospective testing using samples stored for many years. The potential greater sensitivity of the NS2A as compared to the NS3 is likely due to both JEV strains detected established previously by sequencing as G1.

On 20 May 2007, the day of the 4th Reitaisai convention, a longer cover version featuring the Japanese singer nomico was released on the album Lovelight by the doujin circle Alstroemeria Records, led by Masayoshi Minoshima.[4] It shared little similarity with the original soundtrack, borrowing only a little of melody samples, but nonetheless it was notable as being the only vocal song in the album, and for its lyrics dealing with depression and apathy.[5]

Findings that have the potential to impact societal outcomes are encouraged. For example, a theoretical innovation or discovery will be seen as more significant if it has the potential to change how aspects of the social world may be modified with this knowledge. The inclusion of diverse samples, nationally representative samples, interventions, and behavioral endpoints or objective outcomes increase the potential impact of the research on contemporary society.

Of note, authors and reviewers will be asked to describe what criterion/a met by each manuscript. JPSP-ASC seeks to acknowledge the research context in evaluating manuscripts. In some cases, a single large-scale survey accompanied by a well-powered, pre-registered experiment may be appropriate for publication without further data. Similarly, studies with smaller, difficult to obtain samples may be appropriate in the context of other studies.

The most immediate step will be to expand our efforts to recruit editors, editorial board members, and reviewers from diverse backgrounds. In addition, our team has been paying close attention to concerns raised about biases in the evaluation of work that includes samples from under-represented groups or from authors from under-represented backgrounds. For instance, studies with samples from under-represented groups have sometimes been criticized for a lack of generalizability, whereas samples of college students get a pass on this issue (Atherton, 2021). We pledge to watch for these problematic comments in reviews and decision letters to reduce the negative impact that such biases have. Anyone who has concerns about their experiences during the review process can contact the editor-in-chief at any time. 59ce067264


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