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Segmental expression of claudin proteins correlates with tight junction barrier properties in rat intestine
In tubular epithelia, barrier function varies in a segment-specific way. The aim of this study was to correlate the presence of tight junction proteins and paracellular barrier properties along ratExpand
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The ACE-2 in COVID-19: Foe or Friend?
COVID-19 is a rapidly spreading outbreak globally. Emerging evidence demonstrates that older individuals and people with underlying metabolic conditions of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, andExpand
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Tight Junction Proteins as Channel Formers and Barrier Builders
Tight junctions form the paracellular barrier for ions and uncharged solutes not only in “tight” but also in “leaky” epithelia. In the premolecular era of tight junction research, this was believedExpand
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Altered expression of tight junction proteins in mammary epithelium after discontinued suckling in mice
Milk production is modulated by the paracellular barrier function of tight junction (TJ) proteins located in the mammary epithelium. The aim of our study was the molecular analysis of TJs in nativeExpand
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Dynamical infrared thermography in humans
The observations described here show that the dynamic thermographic experiments could be used in physiological investigations of humans. The temperature dynamics of human skin registered by thisExpand
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The hypothesis of the nature of electrodermal reactions
Long-term studies of electrodermal activity (EDA) in the activation-relaxation cycles, including simultaneous recording of skin resistance and temperature, were conducted. The new facts observed (aExpand
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[Claudins as tight junction proteins: the molecular element of paracellular transport].
  • A. Markov
  • Medicine
  • Rossiiskii fiziologicheskii zhurnal imeni I.M…
  • 2013
Epithelium is a key structure of tissue barriers ensuring a creation of electrochemical and osmotic gradients. There are transcellular and paracellular types of transepithelium transport of moleculesExpand
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Modeling of Emerging Resistive Switching Based Memory Cells
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The influence of exogenous oxytoxin on labelling of secretory epithelium of mouse mammary gland by [3H]leucine, evidenced by autoradiography.
It has been suggested that oxytocin, besides its milk-ejecting activity, is also involved in the hormonal regulation of the mammary gland secretory cells. The available data, however, areExpand
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