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The effects of maternal exposure to bisphenol A on allergic lung inflammation into adulthood.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a high-production volume chemical classified as an environmental estrogen and used primarily in the plastics industry. BPA's increased usage correlates with rising BPA levels inExpand
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Developmental Exposure to Bisphenol A Modulates Innate but Not Adaptive Immune Responses to Influenza A Virus Infection
Bisphenol A (BPA) is used in numerous products, such as plastic bottles and food containers, from which it frequently leaches out and is consumed by humans. There is a growing public concern that BPAExpand
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A recombinant Tobacco curly shoot virus causes leaf curl disease in tomato in a north-eastern state of India and has potentiality to trans-replicate a non-cognate betasatellite
Leaf curl disease is a serious constraint in tomato production throughout India. Several begomoviruses were reported from different parts of the country; however, identity of begomovirus associatedExpand
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Immune evasion by rabies viruses through the maintenance of blood-brain barrier integrity
The attenuated rabies virus (RV) strain Challenge Virus Standard (CVS)-F3 and a highly pathogenic strain associated with the silver-haired bats (SHBRV) can both be cleared from the central nervousExpand
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Anti-oxidative Effect of Polyphenol-Rich Extract of Russula albonigra.
Polyphenol-rich fraction from edible mushroom, Russula albonigra, was tested for total phenol, flavonoid, β-carotene, lycopene and ascorbic acid and in vitro antioxidant activity in terms of DPPHExpand
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Analysis study on potential underutilized edible fruit genetic resources of the foothills track of Eastern Himalayas, India
Several wild indigenous fruit crops which are rare in other part of the world grow favourably and naturally in the foothills track of Eastern Himalayas due to suitable geo-climatic conditions. TheseExpand
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Sequence variability and phylogenetic relationship of betasatellite isolates associated with yellow vein mosaic disease of mesta in India
Six betasatellite isolates associated with the yellow vein mosaic disease in mesta crops grown under three different geographical locations of India have been characterized. These six isolates andExpand
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Nanofabrication of methylglyoxal with chitosan biopolymer: a potential tool for enhancement of its anticancer effect
Purpose The normal metabolite methylglyoxal (MG) specifically kills cancer cells by inhibiting glycolysis and mitochondrial respiration without much adverse effect upon normal cells. Though theExpand
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Creatine supplementation with methylglyoxal: a potent therapy for cancer in experimental models
The anti-cancer effect of methylglyoxal (MG) is now well established in the literature. The main aim of this study was to investigate the effect of creatine as a supplement in combination with MGExpand
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Neither direct nor developmental exposure to bisphenol A alters the severity of experimental inflammatory colitis in mice
Abstract Bisphenol A (BPA) is a high production volume endocrine disrupting chemical that is widely used in many consumer products and prevalent in human biological fluids. Recent studies suggestExpand
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