Clara E Magyar

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Glucocorticoids are beneficial in many muscular dystrophies but they are ineffective in treating dysferlinopathy, a rare muscular dystrophy caused by loss of dysferlin. We sought to understand the molecular basis for this disparity by studying the effects of a glucocorticoid on differentiation of the myoblast cell line, C2C12, and dysferlin-deficient(More)
OBJECTIVE In this study, we investigate the effects of a soft bone hemostatic wax comprised of water-soluble alkylene oxide copolymers (Ostene; Ceremed, Inc., Los Angeles, CA) on bone healing in a rat calvaria defect model. We compared the effects with a control (no hemostatic agent) and bone wax, an insoluble and nonresorbable material commonly used for(More)
Acute hypertension rapidly inhibits proximal tubule (PT) Na,K-ATPase activity and sodium reabsorption 30 to 40%, increasing sodium and volume delivery to the thick ascending loop of Henle (TALH) and macula densa, providing the error signal for tubuloglomerular feedback. The hypothesis was tested in rats that an acute increase in sodium and volume delivery(More)
BACKGROUND Resorbable bone hemostasis materials, oxidized regenerated cellulose (ORC) and microfibrillar collagen (MFC), remain at the site of application for up to 8 weeks and may impair osteogenesis. Our experimental study compared the effect of a water-soluble alkylene oxide copolymer (AOC) to ORC and MFC versus no hemostatic material on early bone(More)
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