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Rada G. Staneva, L. Balabanski, I. Dimova, B. Rukova, S. Hadjidekova, P. Dimitrov, V. Simeonov, S. Ivanov, R. Vagarova, M. Malinov, R. Cukuranovic, V. Stefanovic, M. Polenakovic, V. Djonov, A. Galabov and D. Toncheva

, HSPG2 and KCNK5 as candida te-genes for predisposition to Balkan Endemic Nephropathy. BioMed Res Int. 2014; 1-7, doi: 10.1155/2014/920723 19. Shen, L, et al. Genome-wide profiling of DNA methylation reveals a class of normally methylated CpG island promoters. PLoS Genet. 2007; 3(10): p. 2023-36. 20. Weinhold B. Epigenetics: the science of change. Environ Health Perspect. 2006; 114(3): p. A160-7. 21. Bjornsson H.T, et al. Intra-individual change over time in DNA methylation with familial clustering. JAMA, 2008; 299

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Erika Matos, Branko Zakotnik and Cvetka Grasic Kuhar

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Nikolina Velizarova Rusenova and Anton Georgiev Rusenov

.1099/ijs.0.63413-0 PMid:16014483 3. Otto, M. (2013). Coagulase-negative staphylococci as reservoirs of genes facilitating MRSA infection: Staphylococcal commensal species such as Staphylococcus epidermidis being recognized as important sources of genes promoting MRSA colonization and virulence. Bioessays 5, 4-11. PMid:23165978 PMCid:PMC3755491 4. Harrison, E.M., Weinert, L.A, Holden, M.T.G., Welch, J.J., Wilson, K., Morgan, F.J.E., Harris, S.R., Loeffler, A., Boag, A.K., Peacock, S.J., Paterson, G

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Amal Ahmed Mohamed, Eman R. Abd Almonaem, Amira I. Mansour, HebatAllah Fadel Algebaly, Rania Abdelmonem Khattab and Yasmine S. El Abd

Introduction Iron homeostasis is one of the main functions of the liver, being the main place for its storage. The liver controls the iron flow into and around the body via the synthesis of major proteins for iron metabolism such as transferrin and the production of the peptide hepcidin. [ 1 ] Hepcidin, a 25-amino acid peptide present in human serum and urine, is considered the main regulator of iron metabolism through binding to iron carriers, resulting in internalization and lysosomal degradation. [ 2 , 3 ] Inflammation, endoplasmic stress, and iron

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Ewelina Czyżewska-Dors, Krzysztof Kwit, Ewelina Stasiak, Jarosław Rachubik, Katarzyna Śliżewska and Małgorzata Pomorska-Mól

– micronised wheat, barley, and maize; – 150 – – – Mycofix PLUS – toxin deactivator – – 1 – – Vitamin-mineral-amino acid premix – MPU 4% L.K. T.CH., Cargill Poland; 36 – – – – Vitamin-mineral-amino acid premix – MPU 4% PRESTART. T.CH., Cargill Poland; – 40 – – – Vitamin-mineral-amino acid premix – MPU 4% START.T.CH., Cargill Poland; – – 40 – – Vitamin-mineral-amino acid premix – MPU 3/2.5% GROW/FIN, Cargill Poland – – – 30 25 Chemical composition Metabolisable energy (MJ