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Modulatory antimicrobial activity of piper arboreum extracts

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Nitric oxide – mediated signalization and nitrosative stress in neuropathology / Azot oksid – posredovana signalizacija i nitrozativni stres u neuropatologiji

Med 2009; 15: 391-404. 41. Liu L, Yan Y, Zeng M, Zhang J, Hanes MA, Ahearn G et al. Essential roles of S-nitrosothiols in vascular homeostasis and endotoxic shock. Cell 2004; 116: 617-28. 42. Ljubisavljević S, Stojanović I, Pavlović D, Sokolović D, Stevanović I. Aminoguanidine and N-Acetyl-Cysteine sup presses oxidative and nitrosative stress in EAE rat brains. Redox Rep 2011; 16 (4): 166-72. 43. Gu Z, Nakamura T, Lipton SA. Redox reactions induced by nitrosative stress mediate protein misfolding and mitochondrial

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Acute Response to Endurance Exercise Stress: Focus on Catabolic/Anabolic Interplay Between Cortisol, Testosterone, and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin in Professional Athletes

, Rashedi M, Fougère V, Manier G. Trained Versus Untrained Men: Different Immediate Post-Exercise Responses of Pituitary-Adrenal Axis. A preliminary Study. Eur J Appl Physiol 1997; 75: 343–50. 8. Paccotti P, Minetto M, Terzolo M, Ventura M, Ganzit GP, Borrione P, et al. Effects of high-intensity isokinetic exercise on salivary cortisol in athletes with different training schedules: relationships to serum cortisol and lactate. Int J Sports Med 2005; 26(9): 747–55. 9. Purge P, Jürimäe J, Jürimäe T. Hormonal and psychological adaptation in elite male rowers

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Association of Mitochondrial DNA Variants and Cognitive Impairment of Phenylketonuria Patients / POVEZANOST VARIJANTI U MITOHONDRIJALNOJ DNK I KOGNITIVNOG FENOTIPA KOD PACIJENATA SA FENILKETONURIJOM

Estimation of BH4-Responsiveness in Serbian PKU Patients: Spotlight on Phenotypic Implications of p.L48S. JIMD Rep 2013; 9: 49-58. 9. Stojiljković M, Zukić B, Tošić N, Karan-Đurašević T, Spasovski V, Nikčević G, et al. Novel transcriptional regulatory element in the phenylalanine hydroxylase gene intron 8. Mol Genet Metab 2010; 101: 81-3. 10. Walter JH, Tyfield LA, Holton JB, Johnson C. Biochemical control, genetic analysis and magnetic resonance imaging in patients with phenylketonuria. Eur J Pediatr 1993; 152: 822-7. 11. Di

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Oxidative Stress - Clinical Diagnostic Significance

reticulum. J Cell Mot Cardiol 1988: 20 (2): 119-30. Menshikova EV Ritov VB, Shvedova AA, Elsayed N, Karol MH, Kagan VE. Pulmonary microsomes contain a Ca 2+ -transport system sensitive to oxidative stress. Biochim Biophys Acta 1995; 1228 (2-3): 165-74. Gopalakrishna R, Anderson WB. Ca 2+ - and phospholipid-independent activation of protein kinase C by selective oxidative modification of the regulatory domain. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1989; 86 (17): 6758-62. Rippa M, Bellini T, Signorini M

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Genetic analysis of microsatellite markers for salt stress in two contrasting maize parental lines and their RIL population

References Banisetti, K., Agrawal, P. K., Gupta, H. S., Kumar, A., Bhatt, J. C., 2012: Identifi cation of candidate gene based SSR markers for lysine and tryptophan metabolic pathways in maize. Plant Breeding 131, 20-27. Besserer, A., Burnotte, E., Bienert, G. P., Chevalier, A. S., Errachid, A., Grefen, C., Blatt, M. R., 2012: Selective regulation of maize plasma membrane aquaporin traffi cking and activity by the Snare SYP121. Plant Cell 24, 3463-3481. Bilgen, M., Karaca, M., Onus, A. N., Ince, A. G., 2004: A

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Effects of timolol treatment on pancreatic antioxidant enzymes in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats: An experimental and computational study

laboratory animals. Stanton and his colleagues have shown that G6PD and NADPH play central roles in β-cell survival and the decreased level of NADPH is an important and a key cause of the increased oxidative stress. The mechanism behind diabetes and elevated ROS levels in different tissues may lead to various diseases and other complication ( 17 ). Another intracellular signalling pathway, also associated partly with intracellular oxidative stress, is β-adrenoceptor (β-AR) signalling, which includes adenylyl cyclases (ACs), an enzyme with key regulatory roles in

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Effect of omitting teat preparation on bacterial levels in bulk tank milk

equipment hygiene ( Jayarao and Wolfgang, 2003 ). While the European Union (EU) currently imposes a regulatory limit of <100, 000 TBC colony-forming units (cfu)/mL ( EEC, 1992 ; Council Directive 92/46/EEC), some milk processors in Ireland have implemented more stringent regulations on farmers for TBC (<30, 000 cfu/mL) and thermoduric bacteria (<500 cfu/mL). Similarly, for the somatic cell count (SCC), there are a number of incentives at the processor level to achieve a level below 200, 000 cells/mL, half the required EU regulatory limit (400,000 cells/mL). One strategy

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Decreased serum level of gamma-amino butyric acid in Egyptian infertile females with polycystic ovary syndrome is correlated with dyslipidemia, total testosterone and 25(OH) vitamin D levels

relation with insulin resistance in young non-obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome J Endocrinol Investig 2011 26 134 – 42 50 Tian J, Chau C, Hales TG, Kaufman DL. GABA (A) receptors mediate inhibition of T cell responses. J Neuroimmunol 1999; 96(1): 21–8. 10.1016/S0165-5728(98)00264-1 10227421 Tian J Chau C Hales TG Kaufman DL GABA (A) receptors mediate inhibition of T cell responses J Neuroimmunol 1999 96 1 21 – 8 51 Reyes-García MG, Hernández-Hernández F, Hernández-Téllez B, García-Tamayo F. GABA (A) receptor subunits RNA

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Influenza and sudden unexpected death: the possible role of peptide cross-reactivity

resulting data sets were explored, and influenza viruses containing titin peptide matches were manually identified and annotated. In addition, reference proteomes of influenza A virus, H3N2 subtype (tax ID: 385580), influenza B virus (tax ID: 518987), and influenza C virus (tax ID: 11553) were used to investigate peptide matching at the 5-mer level. Immunological potential of shared peptides was analyzed using the Immune Epitope Database (IEDB; www.iedb.org ) resource [ 38 ]. IEDB offers experimental data characterizing antibody and T cell epitopes studied in human

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