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Nanoparticles in therapeutic applications and role of albumin and casein nanoparticles in cancer therapy

nature, liposomes are well suited for drug delivery. Liposomes can be used as carriers for numerous types of molecules, for example to encapsulate antioxidants and biotic elements in drug delivery systems [ 9 ]. Liposome nanoparticles made from lipids or polymers could be constructed to improve the pharmacological and therapeutic potential of drugs [ 9 , 10 ]. Liposomes, can also be used as imaging agents [ 11 ]. The imaging moiety together with a drug-delivery function creates a theranostic agent (with combined diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities) [ 9 , 11 ]. An

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Novel method of detection of phenylpropanoids of Rhodiola roots species

salidroside in three samples of Rhodiola crenulata and one of Rhodiola Kirilowii by capillary zon electrophoresis. Anal Bioanal Chem 2003; 377:370-374. 4. Kelly GS. Rhodiola rosea: A Possible Plant Adaptogen. Altern Med Rev 2001; 6(3):293-302. 5. Zych M, Furmanowa M, Krajewska-Patan A, Łowicka A, Dreger M, Mendlewska S. Micropropagation of Rhodiola Kirilowii plants using encapsulated axillary buds and callus. Acta Biol Cracov Ser Bot 2005; 47(2):83-87. 6. Zuo G, Li Z, Chen L, Xu X. Activity of compounds from Chinese herbal

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Magnetic resonance imaging findings of hepatocellular carcinoma: typical and atypical findings

. Hepatocellular carcinoma: MR imaging. Australas Radiol. 1992; 36:34-6. 18. Ito K. Hepatocellular carcinoma: conventional MRI findings including gadolinium-enhanced dynamic imaging. Eur J Radiol. 2006; 58:186-99. 19. Choi BI, Lee GK, Kim ST, Han MC. Mosaic pattern of encapsulated hepatocellular carcinoma: Correlation of magnetic resonance imaging and pathology. Gastrointest Radiol. 1990; 15:238-40. 20. Jonas S, Bechstein WO, Steinmuller T, Herrmann M, Radke C, Berg T et al. Vascular invasion and histopathologic grading determine

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Inflammation in Acute Cardiac Care

- Inducible Factor 1-Alpha Release After Intracoronary Versus Intramyocardial Stem Cell Therapy in Myocardial Infarction. J Cardiovasc Transl Res. 2010;3:114-121. doi: 10.1007/s12265-009-9154-1. 15. Lazar E, Benedek T, Korodi Sz, et al. Stem cell-derived exosomes - an emerging tool for myocardial regeneration. World J Stem Cells. 2018;10:106-115. doi: 10.4252/wjsc.v10.i8.106. 16. Tang J, Cui X, Caranasos TG, et al. Heart Repair Using Nanogel- Encapsulated Human Cardiac Stem Cells in Mice and Pigs with Myocardial Infarction. ACS Nano. 2017

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Detection of O-glycosylated proteins from different Trichinella species muscle larvae total extracts

cytotoxicity and injury. J. Nat. Med., 6: 886–889 http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/78645 [31] Yao C., Jasmer D. P. (1998): Nuclear antigens in Trichinella spiralis infected muscle cells: nuclear extraction, compartmentalization, and complex formation. Mol. Biochem. Parasitol., 92: 207–218 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0166-6851(97)00199-0 [32] Zarlenga D. S., M., Chute B., Martin A., Kapel C. M. O. (1999): A multiplex PCR for unequivocal differentiation of all encapsulated and non-encapsulated genotypes of Trichinella. Int. J

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Study of the 49 kDa excretory-secretory protein gene of Trichinella nativa and Trichinella spiralis

, C. M. (2000): Host diversity and biological characteristics of the Trichinella genotypes and their effect on transmission. Vet. Parasitol., 93: 263–278 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0304-4017(00)00345-9 [10] La Rosa, G., Pozio, E., Rossi, P., Murrell, K. D. (1992): Allozyme analysis of Trichinella isolates from various host species and geographical regions. J. Parasitol., 78: 641–646 http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/3283538 [11] La Rosa, G., Marucci, G., Pozio, E. (2003): Biochemical analysis of encapsulated and non-encapsulated

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Unusual clinical course of trichinellosis with relapse

-009-0039-2 [8] Pawlowski, Z. (1967): Adrenal cortext hormones in intestinal trichinellosis. III. Effect of adrenalectomy and hidrocortisone, insulin, alloxan and glucose treatment on elimination of Trichinella spiralis in hooded rats. Acta Parasitol. Pol., 15: 179–189 [9] Pozio, E., Sacchini, D., Sacchi, L., Tamburini, A., Alberici, F. (2001): Failure of mebendazole in treating Trichinella spiralis infection in humans at the stage of encapsulating larvae. Clin. Infect. Dis., 32: 638–642. DOI: 10.1086/318707 http://dx.doi.org/10

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The viability of Trichinella spiralis larvae in frozen pork and wild boar meat revealed by the experimental infection of laboratory mice

. EcoAgriTourism, 4 (1 - 2): 208 - 212 KAPEL, O. M. C. (2005): Changes in the EU legislation on Trichinella inspection-New challenges in the epidemiology. Vet. Parasitol., 132 189-194. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2005.05.055 KRIVOKAPICH, S.J., PROUS, C.L., GATTI, G.M., CONFALONIERI, V., MOLINA, V., MATARASSO, H., GUARNERA, E. (2008): Molecular evidence for a novel encapsulated genotype of Trichinella from Patagonia, Argentina. Vet. Parasitol., 156: 234 - 240. DOI: 10.1016/j. vetpar.2008.06.003 MURRELL, D.K, LICHTENFELS, R.J., ZARLENGA, S

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Nanotechnology for treatment of glioblastoma multiforme

BBB, active targeting to tumor tissue needs to be improved. Polymeric nanoparticles and CED Paclitaxel (PTX), a chemotherapeutic agent, has been encapsulated in a nanoparticle (NP) composed of poly(lactide-co-glycolide) (PLGA). The encapsulation allows the toxic chemotherapeutic agent sequestered only within the NP until it gets into the tumor tissue by the EPR effect, which reduces systemic toxicity. Although the EPR effect is highly beneficial to nanotechnology, it is a passive process and only small amount of NPs can enter the GBM tissue. The polymeric NPs

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Detrimental effects of geldanamycin on adults and larvae of Trichinella spiralis

observed in PAS or ordinary (H&E) staining was thinning of the capsule around Trichinella encapsulated larvae in the treated groups ( Fig. 1A – D ). Moreover, despite the presence of larvae with no surrounding inflammatory reaction in both treated and untreated groups, the number of larvae surrounded by inflammatory infiltrates was significantly higher ( P >0.05) in the treated groups. Moreover the intensity of inflammation seemed to be higher in the treated groups ( Fig. 1E , F ). Fig. 1 Photomicrographs of skeletal muscle sections 5 weeks p.i. showing: A

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