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Statistical analyses were coordinated across centres by the Lipoprotein Investigators Collaborative (LIC). TRIUMPH analyses were conducted with SAS version 9.2 (SAS Institute, Cary, NC, USA) and R version 2.7.2 (R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria); IHCS analyses were conducted with SPSS version 15.0 (IBM, Chicago, IL, USA) and SAS version 9.3 (SAS Institute, Cary, NC, USA). Two-tailed P -values <0.05 were considered statistically significant.

The baseline sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the TRIUMPH and IHCS cohorts are shown in Table 1 . Patients were middle-aged to elderly, and more than two-thirds were men. Approximately, two-thirds of patients were white in TRIUMPH, whereas IHCS was predominantly white. About one-third of TRIUMPH patients and 20% of IHCS patients had diabetes mellitus. A minority of patients in both cohorts had heart failure. A discharge statin prescription was given to 87.5% in TRIUMPH, and nearly half of IHCS patients were discharged on a statin. There were relatively low rates of use of other lipid-modifying agents such as ezetimibe, fibrates, or niacin.

Baseline lipid profile and HDL-C subclass information are presented in Table 2 . Mean baseline levels of total cholesterol, LDL-C, non-HDL-C, and triglycerides were below goal levels for high-risk patients as defined by NCEP ATP III. HDL-C levels were low (TRIUMPH: 40 ± 10.6 mg/dL; IHCS: 34.6 ± 10.1 mg/dL), and the ratio of total cholesterol to HDL-C was high (TRIUMPH: 4.1 ± 1.2; IHCS: 4.5 ± 2.0). HDL 3 -C accounted for more than three-fourths of HDL-C; the mean ratio of HDL 3 -C to HDL-C was 0.78 ± 0.05 in both cohorts. Apolipoprotein A1 was more tightly correlated with HDL 3 -C than HDL 2 -C ( Supplementary material online, Table S1 ).


Baseline lipid parameters in TRIUMPH and IHCS

Mean (SD) or median (25th–75th percentile).

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Baseline lipid parameters in TRIUMPH and IHCS

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Follow-up was 100% complete in both studies at 2 years. In addition, in IHCS, follow-up was 89 and 46% complete at 3 and 5 years, respectively. Mortality occurred in 226 (9.2%) TRIUMPH and 243 (10.1%) IHCS patients. A total of 208 (8.6%) IHCS patients were rehospitalized for MI. There were no significant differences in mortality rates between tertiles of HDL-C ( Supplementary material online, Table S2 ). Within subclasses, there were also no differences between HDL 2 -C tertiles. However, for the lowest tertile of HDL 3 -C compared with the middle and highest tertiles, approximately two-fold higher rates of events were observed for mortality in TRIUMPH and mortality or MI in IHCS. This finding emerged by 1 year in IHCS, and remained consistent over time.

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Cake\Http\Response is the default response class in CakePHP. It encapsulates a number of features and functionality for generating HTTP responses in your application. It also assists in testing, as it can be mocked/stubbed allowing you to inspect headers that will be sent. Like Cake\Http\ServerRequest , Cake\Http\Response consolidates a number of methods previously found on Controller , RequestHandlerComponent and Dispatcher . The old methods are deprecated in favour of using Cake\Http\Response .

Response provides an interface to wrap the common response-related tasks such as:

You can control the Content-Type of your application’s responses with Cake\Http\Response::withType() . If your application needs to deal with content types that are not built into Response, you can map them with type() as well:

Usually, you’ll want to map additional content types in your controller’s beforeFilter() callback, so you can leverage the automatic view switching features of RequestHandlerComponent if you are using it.

There are times when you want to send files as responses for your requests. You can accomplish that by using Cake\Http\Response::withFile() :

As shown in the above example, you must pass the file path to the method. CakePHP will send a proper content type header if it’s a known file type listed in Cake\Http\Reponse::$_mimeTypes . You can add new types prior to calling Cake\Http\Response::withFile() by using the Cake\Http\Response::withType() method.

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The supported options are:

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Callbacks can also return the body as a string:

Setting headers is done with the Cake\Http\Response::withHeader() method. Like all of the PSR-7 interface methods, this method returns a new instance with the new header:

Bacterial QS is a form of cell-to-cell communication that uses chemical signaling between bacterial cells to regulate biological processes in response to environmental clues [ 22 ]. N-acylhomoserine lactone (AHL), the best known QS chemical signal, plays a key role in the regulatory circuit composed of a signal producer designated LuxI and a cognate receptor-regulatory protein designated LuxR [ 23 ]. Burkholderia glumae BGR1 QS uses a TofI-TofR circuit, similar to the LuxI-LuxR circuit, to regulate toxoflavin biosynthesis, flagella regulation, and detoxification of reactive oxygen species (ROS) [ 8 - 10 ]. Remarkably, B. glumae BGR1 QS protects stationary-phase cells from self-intoxication by altering cellular metabolism through the production of oxalate [ 24 ].

Table 3

Paired N-acylhomoserine lactone (AHL) synthase-regulator in Burkholderia gladioli , B. glumae , and B. plantarii

Putative regulation is based on the location of synthase and regulator genes in the operon.

Without the AHL synthase pair, seven to twelve orphan AHL regulators existed in the genome of these 12 Burkholderia strains. Three orphan AHL regulators were highly conserved in all 12 Burkholderia strains. Twelve orphan AHL regulators were randomly distributed in the genome of B. plantarii ATCC. Overall, B. plantarii ATCC had the maximum number of AHL regulators among the 12 Burkholderia strains, suggesting that this strain synthesizes diverse auto-inducers and activates complicated regulatory systems in response to bacterial cell-to-cell communication.

Table 4

Genes involved in toxoflavin biosynthesis in twelve strains within B. glumae , B. gladioli , and B. plantarii

Indicates “ BGR1”.

Indicates “ LMG 2196”.

Indicates “ 3252-8”.

Indicates “ AU6208”.

Indicates “ BSR3”.

Indicates “3848s-5”.

Indicates “ ATCC 43733”.

Represents identities of nucleotide sequences.

Indicates “not detected in the genome”.

Instead of producing toxoflavin, B. plantarii is known to produce tropolone as a phytotoxin and as a virulence factor causing seedling blight. Rice seedlings exposed to tropolone typically exhibit symptoms similar to those of B. plantarii -mediated rice seedling blight [ 25 ]. When we surveyed all publicly available Burkholderia strain genomes, the genes involved in tropolone biosynthesis were only identified in the genome of B. plantarii ATCC 43733 T and B. glumae PG1 (Additional file 1 : Table S4). Interestingly, one paired AHL synthase-regulator circuit (bpln_1g07720-bpln_1g07790 and AJK 45325.1-AJK 45332.1) resided within the tropolone biosynthesis operon. This indicates that the regulation of tropolone biosynthesis may be dependent on bacterial cell-to-cell communication in a manner similar to that of the paired AHL circuit (bglu_2g14490-bpln_2g14470) in B. glumae BGR1, which regulates toxoflavin biosynthesis according to bacterial cell density [ 10 ], although these AHL circuit genes are not present in the toxoflavin biosynthesis operon.



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One of the biggest rivalries in the modern aerospace industry is between Boeing and SpaceX. Despite their radically different cultures, the aerospace giant and the smaller upstart compete for many different kinds of contracts, and perhaps nowhere has the competition been more keen than for NASA funds.

In 2014, both Boeing and SpaceX received multibillion awards (Boeing asked for, and got, 50 percent more funding for the same task) to finalize development of spacecraft to carry astronauts to the International Space Station as part of the commercial crew program. Since then, both companies have been locked in a race to the launchpad, not just to free NASA from its reliance on Russia to reach space but also for the considerable esteem that will accompany becoming the first private company in the world to fly humans into orbit.

Although both Boeing and SpaceX have established various launch dates—first in 2017, and now slipped to 2018 and 2019—NASA hasn't publicly tipped its hand on which company is actually ahead in the race. Now, however, a new report from the US Government Accountability Office has provided a window into NASA's internal thinking on commercial crew launch dates.

The data is several months old, coming from an April 2018 analysis. But it's insightful all the same. The report shows when NASA believes Boeing and SpaceX will each have completed a single non-crewed test flight, a test flight with crew, and then undergo a certification process to become ready for operational flights. This is known as the "certification milestone."

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Based on NASA's "schedule risk analysis" from April, the agency estimates that Boeing will reach this milestone sometime between May 1, 2019, and August 30, 2020. For SpaceX, the estimated range is August 1, 2019, and November 30, 2020.The analysis' average certification date was December, 2019, for Boeing and January, 2020, for SpaceX.

These are obviously razor-thin margins, but the new report also indicates that Boeing is ahead in submitting paperwork needed for approval of its various flight systems and processes. This is consistent with what independent sources have told Ars, that Boeing is more familiar with NASA and better positioned to comply with its complex certification processes.

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