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M. Kanta and K. Beňová

Cs by mushrooms. Radiat. Environ. Biophys. , 31, 39—49. 5. Hohmann, U., Huckschlag, D., 2005: Investigations on the radiocaesium of wild boar ( Sus scrofa ) meat in Rhineland-Palatine: a stomach content analysis. European Journal of Wildlife Research , 51, 263—270. 6. IHE, 1987: Report on Radiation Situation in Czechoslovak Territory after Chernobyl Nuclear Accident (In Czech). Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology — Radiation Hygiene Centre. The main nuclear programme information centre, Prague, 168 pp. 7. IOS Geneve, 1993: Guide to the

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Dorota Banaszewska, Magdalena Czubaszek, Renata Walczak-Jędrzejowska and Katarzyna Andraszek

spermatogenesis. J Cell Sci 2005, 118, 1811-1820. 13. Franco J.G.Jr., Mauri A.L., Petersen C.G., Massaro F.C., Silva L.F., Felipe V., Cavagna M., Pontes A., Baruffi R.L., Oliveira J.B., Vagnini L.D.: Large nuclear vacuoles are indicative of abnormal chromatin packaging in human spermatozoa. Int. J Androl 2012, 35, 46-51. 14. Franken D.R., Smith M., Menkveld R., Kruger T.F., Sekadde- Kigondu C., Mbizvo M., Akande E.O.: The development of a continuous quality control programme for strict sperm morphology among sub-Saharan African laboratories. Hum

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Paweł Wojtaszczyk, Krzysztof Kostro, Krzysztof Niemczuk, Urszula Lisiecka, Krzysztof Stojecki and Andrzej Żmuda

., Mahlapuu M.: Forhead transcription factors: key players in development and metabolism. Develop Biol 2002, 250, 1-23. 5. Coffer P.L., Burgering B.M.T.: Forhead box transcription factors and their role in the immune system. Nat Rev Immunol 2004, 4, 889-899. 6. de Goër de Herve M.G., Jaafoura S., Vallée M., Taoufik Y.: FoxP3 regulatory CD4 T cells control the generation of functional CD8 memory. Nat Commun 2012, 3, 1-10. 7. Fontenot J.D., Gavin M.A., Rudensky A.Y.: Foxp3 programs the development and function of CD4+CD25

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Brygida Ślaska, Magdalena Surdyka, Adam Brodzki, Sylwia Nisztuk, Artur Gurgul, Monika Bugno-Poniewierska, Anna Śmiech, Dorota Różańska and Maciej Orzelski

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Wojciech Kozdruń, Natalia Styś-Fijoł, Hanna Czekaj, Piotr Indykiewicz, Rafał Sandecki and Jowita Samanta Niczyporuk

transilluminator and photographed. Sequencing and phylogenetic analysis. The amplicon obtained for the DNA sample isolated from skin lesions was sequenced twice by Genomed, (Poland) using an FLX/Titanium sequencer (Roche, USA). The forward and reverse starter sequences were matched and manually edited in the freely distributed computer programme Bioedit (Tom Hall, USA). The resulting consensus sequence was compared with other sequences available in the GenBank NCBI database, using BLAST software. The phylogenetic tree was constructed using the MEGA programme in

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Janusz A. Madej

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Yareellys Ramos Zayas, Moisés Armides Franco Molina, Reyes Tamez Guerra and Cristina Rodríguez Padilla

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Elena Popa, Florin Zugun-Eloae, Mihaela Zlei, Daniela Jitaru, Oana Maria Pintilie, Adorata Elena Coman, Maria Traian, Didona Anca Ungureanu and Eugen Carasevici

PPARS in health and disease. Nature. 2000;405(6785):421-4. DOI: 10.1038/35013000 11. Ricote M, Valledor AF, Glass CK. Decoding transcriptional programs regulated by PPARs and LXRs in the macrophage: effects on lipid homeostasis, inflammation, and atherosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology. 2004;24(2):230-9. DOI: 10.1161/01.ATV.0000103951.67680.B1 12. Straus DS, Glass CK. Anti-inflammatory actions of PPAR ligands: new insights on cellular and molecular mechanisms. Trends Immunol. 2007;28(12):551-8. DOI: 10.1016/j

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Soo-Hyeon Kim, Byung-Joon Seung, Seung-Hee Cho, Ha-Young Lim, Hee-Myung Park and Jung-Hyang Sur

.5%). Histopathological classification of perianal tumours . Perianal gland adenomas comprised perianal gland cells with an abundant amount of eosinophilic cytoplasm. The tumour cells formed typically well-demarcated lobules, cords, and islands surrounded by a layer of small basophilic reserve cells ( Fig. 1A ). Sebaceous or ductal differentiation was observed in some samples. Contrastingly, in perianal gland carcinomas perianal gland cells and basaloid reserve cells were rarely distinguishable. Lobules were disrupted and tumour cells with nuclear atypia and little cytoplasm

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Muyao Zhang, Xing Wei and Zhenfei Wang

initiating the proliferation of HBV [ 15 ]. Duan et al. found that HBx protein can increase intracellular oxidative stress and activate the transcription factors signal transducer and activator of transcription (STAT3), nuclear factor kappa B (NFκB), and other factors by causing mitochondrial damage, which results in the acceleration of hepatoma cell proliferation [ 15 ]. Long noncoding RNA high expression in HCC (lncRNA-HEIH) is a carcinogenic lncRNA overexpressed in hepatoma. It accelerates the malignant progression of hepatoma by promoting the abnormal proliferation