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Immunological Mechanisms of Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases: A Shift in The Traditional TH1/TH2 Paradigm

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Change of TGF-β1 concentration in blood serum of patients during systemic treatment of severe psoriasis

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Lack of Association Between Rs2067474 Polymorphism in the Histamine Receptor H2 Gene and Gastric Cancer In Latvian Population

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Possible Involvement of Human Herpesvirus-6 U83 Gene Expression in Autoimmune Thyroiditis Development

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Different Cytokine Profiles in Children with Acute Appendicitis and Acute Mesenteric Lymphadenitis / Atðíirîga Citokînu Grupas Seruma Iekaisuma Mediatoru Izpausme Akûta Apendicîta Un Akûta Mezenteriâla Limfadenîta Gadîjumâ Bçrniem

translocation and inflammatory response in patients with acute peritonitis. Scand. J. Gastroenterol., 7, 657-664. Parker, T. A., Cheng, H., Willeford, K. O., Wu, S. (2011). Interleukin-6 expression in response to innate immune regulatory factor stimulation. Biomed. Pharmacother., 65 (2), 90-94. Rivera-Chavez, F. A., Wheeler, H., Lindberg, G., Munford, R. S., O’Keefe, G. E. (2003). Regional and systemic cytokines responses to acute inflammation of the vermiform appendix. Ann. Surg., 237 (3), 408-416. Saliakellis, E., Thapar, N

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Acute Kidney Injury – An Underestimated Problem In Pediatric Intensive Care / Akûts Nieru Bojâjums — Nenovçrtçta Problçma Bçrnu Intensîvajâ Terapijâ

saline for fluid resuscitation in the Intensive care unit. New Engl. J. Med., 350, 2247-2256. Flores, F. X., Brophy, P. D., Symons, J. M., Flores, F. X., Brophy, P. D., Jordan, M., Symons, J. M., Fortenberry, J. D., Chua, A. N., Steven, R. A., Mahan, J. D., Bunchman, T. E., Blowey, D., Michael, J. G., Somers, M. B., Hackbarth, R., Chand, D., McBryde, K., Benfield, M., Goldstein, S. L. (2008). Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) after stem cell transplantation. A report from the prospective pediatric CRRT Registry Group. Pediatr. Nephrol., 23

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In Vitro Toxicological Evaluation of Cigarette Smoke Particulate Matter: Effect of Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) as Solvent

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Changes in the Cellular Concentrations of Elements in Tobacco Leaf Tissues during Growth and Senescence

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Mainstream Smoke Chemistry and in Vitro and In Vivo Toxicity of the Reference Cigarettes 3R4F and 2R4F

. Richter: Agents associated with lung inflammation induce similar responses in NCI-H292 lung epithelial cells; Toxicol. in vitro 22 (2008) 1782-1728. 14. Carter, CA. and J.T. Hamm: Multiplexed quantitative high content screening reveals that cigarette smoke condensate induces changes in cell structure and function through alterations in cell signaling pathways in human bronchial cells; Toxicology 261 (2009) 89-102. 15. Higuchi, M.A., J. Sagartz, W.K. Shreve, and P.H. Ayres: Comparative subchronic inhalation study of

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The Biological Degradation of Nicotine by Nicotinophilic Microorganisms

References 1. Barz, W., Kettner, M. and W. Hiisemann: On the degradation of nicotine in Nicotiana cell suspension cultures; Planta medica 34 (1978) 73-78. 2. Bernauer, H., Mauch, L. and R. Brandsch: Interaction of the regulatory protein Nic R 1 with the promoter region of the pAOl-encoded 6-hydroxy-D-nicotine oxidase gene of Artbrobacter oxidant; Molecular Microbiology 6 (1992) 1809 -1820. 3. Brandsch, R. and V. Bichler: Riboflavin-dependent expression of flavoenzymes of the

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