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The Banach-Tarski paradox uses the fact that a sphere can divided into a finite set of data points which can then be rotated in order to reconstruct the shape into two identical shapes which are the same as the original. It has been found that this can work with as little as 5 pieces, and works without stretching, bending or adding new points.
The paradox is something that has been shied away from due to its complexity and the fact that it, at least currently, has no real-world applications. The acceptance of this strange theory also leads to some unusual consequences in how we view the universe. It is for these reasons that this paradox has been highly controversial in the field.
Data analysis was performed by employing a pre-processing normalization procedure. For each data point, delta Cq (dCq) values were obtained by subtracting the value for the Extension control, thus normalizing each sample for technical variation within one run. Normalization between runs is then performed by subtraction of the Interplate Control (IPC) for each assay. In the final step of the pre-processing procedure the values are set relative to a fixed background level determined by Olink. The generated Normalized Protein Expression (NPX) unit is on a log2 scale where a larger number represents a higher protein level in the sample, typically with the background level at around zero, although it might differ between runs. Linearization of data is performed by the mathematical operation 2xNPX. Statistical analyses, e.g. coefficient of variation calculations were performed on linearized values.
Changes in the adipose tissue secretory capacity during the progression of HF might be important in the obesity-HF link. Various cytokines and neuroendocrine profiles of OB patients may be protective13. Adipose tissue is known to produce soluble tumor necrosis factor-alpha receptors, which could have a protective effect in OB patients with both acute and chronic HF by neutralizing the adverse biological effects of tumor necrosis factor-alpha14,15. Studies have also demonstrated that overweight and OB patients generally have a reduced expression of circulating natriuretic peptides, which Mehra et al.16, also demonstrated in HF, potentially leading to OB patients becoming symptomatic and thus presenting earlier at less severe stages of HF. Additionally, OB patients may have an attenuated response of the angiogenic status, which may also lead to a better prognosis17. In addition, higher circulating lipoproteins in OB patients may bind and detoxify lipopolysaccharides that play a role in stimulating the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines, all of which may serve to protect OB HF patients13. Certainly, most of the HF studies that demonstrated the obesity paradox expressed body habitus by BMI alone, which did not provide for the most accurate reflection of adipose tissue. 350c69d7ab