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Mediators of Inflammation as a Link Between Diabetes Mellitus and Periodontal Breakdown

individuals: a cross-sectional study,”Journal of Periodontal Research, 2009; 44(3): 411–417. 10. Ramseier CA, Kinney JS, Herr AE et al. “Identification of pathogen and host-response markers correlated with periodontal disease,” Journal of Periodontology, 2009; 80(3): 436–446. 11. Aurer A, Jorgić-Srdjak K, Plančak D, Stavljenić-Rukavina A, and Aurer-Koželj J. “Proinflammatory factors in saliva as possiblemarkers for periodontal disease,” Collegium Antropologicum, 2005: 29(2): 435–439. 12. Frodge BD, Ebersole JL, Kryscio RJ, Thomas MV, and Miller CS. “Bone

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Proteomics study of the antifibrotic effects of α-mangostin in a rat model of renal fibrosis

have been reported. An investigation of whether AM can attenuate renal fibrosis and aid in processes of protection against and reversal of tissue damage, and the mechanisms of AM action in any such attenuation is warranted. To determine whether AM can disrupt progression of renal fibrosis in a rat model of the disease, histopathology using Sirius Red collagen fiber staining, which allows us to determine the relative amount of collagen fibers in renal tissue, and proteomic analysis of protein marker expression was used to understand better potential mechanisms of AM

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Anatomic variations of coronary arteries: origins, branching patterns, and abnormalities

artery; RCA, right coronary artery Figure 7 ( A ) One site of the myocardial bridge on the AIA. ( B ) Two sites on the AIA. AIA, anterior interventricular artery Discussion Identification of the dominant pattern of coronary arteries has clinical importance particularly from the functional impact of myocardial ischemia [ 3 ]. The prevalence of right dominance had been reported to be 40%–80% [ 3 , 6 , 7 , 8 ], left dominance 6.8%–18.57% [ 7 , 9 , 10 ], and codominance 10%–42.5% [ 8 , 11 , 12 ]. In the present study, the prevalence of right

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Reaction of Sera from Infertile Female Patients with Fractionated Phylogenetically Conserved Ovarian Antigens Measured by Elisa: A Pilot Study

-intermediate filament scaffold: three-dimensional organization and protein composition. J Cell Biol. 1984;98(6):1973-84. 4. Markova MD. Electron microscopic observations of mouse sperm whole mounts after extraction for nuclear matrix and intermediate filaments. Arch Androl. 2001;47(1):37-45. 5. Markova MD. Electron microscopic observations of human sperm whole-mounts after extraction for nuclear matrix and intermediate filaments (NM-IF). Int J Androl. 2004;27(5):291-5. 6. Kadam KM, D‘Souza SJ, Bandivdekar AH, Natraj U. Identification and characterization of

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Molecular characterization of ESBL gene in Citrobacter spp. and antibacterial activity of omega-3 against resistant isolates

References 1. Janda, J.M. et al. Biochemical identification of citrobacteria in the clinical laboratory. J. Clini Microbi. 32(8): 1850-1854, 1994. 2. Nada, T. et al.: Small outbreak of third generation cephem-resistant Citrobacter freundii infection on a surgical ward. JPN. J. Infectious Diseases. 57:181-2,2004. 3. Shih, C.C. et al.: Bacteremia due to Citrobacter species: significance of primary intraabdominal infection. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 23(3): 543-549,1991. 4. Al-Hasnawi, A. A

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Neuroprotective effect of Erigeron Breviscapus (vant) Hand-mazz extract on retinal ganglion cells in rabbits with chronic elevated intraocular pressure

A, Centofanti M, Mattei E, De Gregorio A, Aloe L, et al. Histopathological evaluation of retinal damage during intraocular hypertension in rabbit: involvement of ganglion cells and nerve fiber layer. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 1996; 234 (Suppl 1):S209-13. 16. Zhu MD, Cai FY. Development of experimental chronic intraocular hypertension in the rabbit. Aust N Z Ophthalmol. 1992; 20:225-34. 17. Heijl A, Leske MC, Bengtsson B, Hyman L, Bengtsson B, Hussein M, et al. Reduction of intraocular pressure and glaucoma progression

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Pathophysiology of parkinsonian tremor: a focused narrative review

, brainstem, and higher brain [ 16 ]. The simplest loop is the peripheral monosynaptic stretch reflex loop where the Ia afferent fibers from the muscle spindle synapse directly with the α motor neurons in the spinal cord, which send axons to the extrafusal muscle fibers [ 16 ]. Theoretically, flexion movements will stretch and cause afferent volley eliciting reflexes in the antagonistic extensors. When an extensor muscle is activated, a similar pattern occurs, causing an afferent volley to the flexors [ 23 ]. These reflex loops are then connected and oscillate over time

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Perioperative management of patients with pre-excitation syndromes

ELC. Clinical features of Wolff- Parkinson-White syndrome. Am Heart J 1999; 138: 403-413. doi: 10.1016/S0002-8703(99)70140-7 11. Gollob MH, Green MS, Tang AS, Gollob T, Karibe A, Ali Hassan AS, et al. Identification of a gene responsible for familial Wolff- Parkinson-White syndrome. N Engl J Med 2001; 344: 1823-1831. doi: 10.1056/NEJM200106143442403 12. Bengali R, Wellens HJ, Jiang Y. Perioperative management of the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2014; 28: 1375-1386. doi: 10.1053/j.jvca.2014

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Role of Microbiome in Rheumatic Diseases

in their gut flora [ 4 ]. Feeding with breast-milk containing different milk microbiota and maternal antibodies is another way that may affect the development of their gut flora [ 4 ]. During growth, the composition of the gut microbiota are affected by individual’s lifestyle, diet, and medication use [ 4 ]. Westernized diet with high-saturated fatty acids and sucrose, and low fiber, promote epithelial inflammation and stimulate the pathogenic bacterial growth inside the gut [ 6 ]. Frequent use of the antibiotics further affects the healthy commensals growth and

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The role of olfactory ensheating cells in regenerative medicine: review of the literature

quantitative autoradiographic study. J. Neurosci., 1991;11(4):979-984. 8. De Carlos J.A., Lopez-Mascaraque L., Valverde F. - Early olfactory fiber projections and cell migration into the rat telencephalon. Int J Dev Neurosci., 1996;14:853-866. 9. Windus L.C., Chehrehasa. F., Lineburg K.E, Claxton C., Mackay-Sim A., Key B., St John J.A. - Stimulation of olfactory ensheathing cell motility enhances olfactory axon growth. Cell. Mol. Life. Sci., 2011;68(19):3233-3247. 10. Chehrehasa F., Windus L.C., Ekberg J.A., Scott S.E., Amaya D

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