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Your SNR Margin plays a big part in the condition of your line particularly with maxdsl/radsl. If your SNR Margin drops too low then your connection starts to become unstable. You will likely see CRC etc errors and errored seconds and your connection may drop. You can monitor your SNR Margin over a period of time using DMT tool, and the graph will show any fluctuations in your SNR Margin.
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Breast cancer is a significant public health problem worldwide and the development of tools to identify individuals at-risk for hereditary breast cancer syndromes, where specific interventions can be proposed to reduce risk, has become increasingly relevant. A previous study in Southern Brazil has shown that a family history suggestive of these syndromes may be prevalent at the primary care level. Development of a simple and sensitive instrument, easily applicable in primary care units, would be particularly helpful in underserved communities in which identification and referral of high-risk individuals is difficult.
A simple instrument for the identification of the most common hereditary breast cancer syndrome phenotypes, showing good specificity and temporal stability was developed and could be used as a screening tool in primary care to refer at-risk individuals for genetic evaluations.
In Brazil, several barriers to the identification and counseling of individuals at-risk for HBCS have been identified and include lack of well established cancer genetic counseling services, absence of specific training programs in cancer genetics, small numbers of certified clinical geneticists and their unequal geographic distribution in the country . The genetic cancer risk assessment process is an activity that requires specific training, in-depth knowledge of the subject, a significant amount of time and a multidisciplinary approach. Although little is known about the efficacy and the cost-benefit relationship of community-based programs of identification of individuals at-risk for hereditary cancer, training of primary health care professionals and use of simple tools to facilitate the identification of these individuals may be helpful to ensure proper referrals and to optimize evaluations, especially in low resource countries [24, 25].
Although the family history of cancer is the single most important tool for the initial identification of hereditary cancer syndromes and usually does not require any sophisticated technologies, little attention and time is usually spent to obtain a detailed pedigree in routine clinical practice. Even in tertiary health care institutions, recording of a comprehensive pedigree is uncommon. Most health care professionals outside clinical genetics are not trained to obtain a detailed family history, usually do not have sufficient time and do not recognize the power of this simple tool for disease identification and prevention . In fact, reported family history of cancer, especially when in first-degree relatives appears to be quite reliable, and such reliability may exist regardless of educational level of the informant . Since most at-risk families are identified first by a primary health care professional, development of simple tools to facilitate the identification of such families at the primary care level can be useful and effective to optimize referrals [40, 41], especially in low resource countries. In this study, we developed and validated a simple family history questionnaire, FHS-7, for application at the primary care level and used a cut point of at least one positive question to determine referral for genetic evaluation by a trained specialist.
In conclusion, simple family history questionnaires such as the one developed here can be used in BC risk-screening programs at the primary care level as important tools for the identification of individuals who may benefit from specific interventions.
In forensic and clinical screening procedures, an analytical reference standard is essential for unambiguous identification; however, purchasing samples of every NPS is cost prohibitive, considering the volume and diversity of these compounds. Furthermore, reference standards are often not available for recently emerged NPS. This lack of good forensic and toxicological data tools means that newly emerging drugs may be overlooked. However, the use of external data sources can aid laboratories worldwide in the detection of emerging NPS by qualitative screening. These data sources may include data repositories such as the NPS data hub  or the RESPONSE database , or HR-MS databases such as Massbank , MzCloud (www.mzcloud.org/), or HighResNPS .
Data files from the QTOF were handled by UNIFI 1.9.2 (Waters, Manchester, UK), while data generation and handling from the Q-Exactive was conducted using Xcalibur 4.1 (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Massachusetts, USA). All acquired data were evaluated on the instrument-neutral software platform Progenesis QI (Nonlinear dynamics, Massachusetts, USA). The unprocessed data files were imported directly into Progenesis QI by selecting the appropriate file type (Raw: Thermo or UEP: Waters). To use Progenesis QI (version 2.4.6911), the HighResNPS library was downloaded from HighResNPS.com as an Excel file containing consensus library fragment ions (HighResNPS_CONSENSUS_April_2020.xlsx). Python (version 3.6.8) and ChemAxon ( JChem for Office 22.214.171.1243, 2018) were then used to convert the Excel consensus library to a Structure Data File (sdf) from NPS SMILES, an absolute ion intensity file (msp) and a fractional ion intensity file (msp). These sdf and msp files were then used for Progenesis QI comparison of spectra linked by the InChIKey. The sdf file was used to detect the precursor ion with a 10 ppm mass error and fragment ions with a 20 ppm mass error. Progenesis QI compound scoring (from 0 and increasing to 100) was generated by fragmentation similarity between the spectra from the computed intensities assigned to the HighResNPS consensus fragment ions and the acquired spectrum. The fragmentation scoring in Progenesis QI is based on the cosine similarity method, which calculated the dot product of two vectors i.e. the experimentally obtained spectrum and the database spectrum. Figures were created in Inkscape and Python.