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2019-07-11 Opinion

Proposal for the elimination of allergies

Welles JF

A man I knew had an extreme allergy to poison ivy when he was a child. When he was about four-teen, he was hanging out with a group of his friends who dared him to eat some poison ivy. He did, and never got poison ivy again. Presumably, the ingestion of the allergen led to the development of i...

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2019-06-27 Review Article

Altitude sickness and Antarctic polar plateau: A review

Mishra KP, Singh SB

Antarctica is known for its extreme environmental conditions. It is the best model to study multiple stress factors at a time on human physiological responses. Although the coastal Antarctica is on Sea level but the Antarctic plateau or pole at high altitude. Since Antarctica is also becoming ...

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2019-02-08 Research Article

Association of Toll-like receptor 2, 4, and 9 gene polymorphism with high altitude induced thrombosis patients in Indian population

Sharma S, Garg I, Mishra G, Kumari B, Ganju L, et al.

Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) is a multifactorial disease that is influenced by individual genetic background and various environmental factors, high altitude (HA) being the one. HA exposure may cause release of several damage associated molecular patterns (DAMPs), which act as ligand for vario...

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2019-01-17 Research Article

Effect of common food additives on mast cell activation

Carena MP, Mariani ML, Ordóñez A, Penissi AB

Mast cells play a central role in the genesis and modulation of allergic and inflammatory responses. The general aim of the present work was to study the interaction between mast cells and the most common additives approved for use in foods.

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2018-12-31 Research Article

Differentiation of bone marrow cells in arthritic mice with decreased complement activity

Ganova P, Ivanovska N

There is evidence that complement components induce cell migration in mesenchymal stem cells and regulate cytokine production in osteoblastic cells thus playing a regulatory role in normal bone formation. The aim of the present study was to investigate the involvement of complement system in t...

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2018-10-15 Editorial

Endogenous Ligands of Toll Like Receptors: A Danger Signal to the Brain Memory at High Altitude

Mishra KP, Singh SB

Sojourn to high altitude may affect various human systems if proper acclimatization
not followed. If acclimatization failed, sojourners may suffer with high altitude sickness such as acute mountain sickness (AMS), high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) and high altitude cerebral edema (H...

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2018-08-22 Research Article

Expression of C-type Natriuretic Peptide and its Specific Guanylyl Cyclase-Coupled Receptor in Pig Ovarian Granulosa Cells

Kim SM, Kim SH, Cho KW, Kim SY, Kim SZ.

Background: C-type natriuretic peptide (CNP) was isolated from porcine brain and is a 22-amino acid peptide which belongs to the natriuretic peptide (NP) family. Even though this peptide shares structural similarity to other endogenous NPs including atrial natriuretic peptide ...

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2018-04-25 Research Article

The Immunitary role in chronic prostatitis and growth factors as promoter of BPH

luisetto M, Nili-Ahmadabadi B, Mashori GR, Sahu RK, Khan FA, et al.

In the actual medical therapy of BPH, we can see: antibiotics, alpha blockers, 5-ARI, fitotherapeutics/natural products (Serenoa repens) with different which display clinical activities and other molecules such as FANS (local or systemic dosage forms) cortisones and others.

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2017-12-26 Short Communication

Brain response in some systemic immune condition-Toxicological aspects

Luisetto M*

From biomedical literature “autism disorder are involved in young patient, that we have abnormalities (Imaging, histology) in some brain areas, and a comples symptomatology.

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2017-11-14 Prospective

Dendritic cells and TNF-Related apoptosis inducing ligand (TRAIL) represent new possibilities for sepsis treatment

Petya Ganova, Lyudmila Belenska-Todorova and Nina Ivanovska*

Sepsis refers to a generalized inflammatory response of the organism to an infection or to bacterial products in circulation, rather than the evelopment of an infection per se.

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