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Lateral flow (immuno)assay: its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. A literature survey
The potentials and limitations of analysis with lateral flow (immuno)assays are illustrated using a literature survey and a SWOT analysis (acronym for “strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats”).
PET visualization of microglia in multiple sclerosis patients using [11C]PK11195
[11C]PK11195 and PET are able to demonstrate inflammatory processes with microglial involvement in MS, and an increase of normal‐appearing white matter (NAWM) uptake was found, propagating NAWM as the possible real burden of disease.
Course of Depressive Symptoms After Myocardial Infarction and Cardiac Prognosis: A Latent Class Analysis
- K. I. Kaptein, P. de Jonge, R. V. D. van den Brink, J. Korf
- Psychology, MedicinePsychosomatic medicine
- 1 September 2006
Post-MI depressed subjects with significant and increasing depressive symptoms are at particular risk of new cardiac events, and may be most suited for evaluation of the effects of antidepressant treatment on cardiac prognosis.
Effects of feed deprivation and transport on preslaughter blood metabolites, early postmortem muscle metabolites, and meat quality.
- B. Savenije, E. Lambooij, M. Gerritzen, K. Venema, J. Korf
- Biology, MedicinePoultry science
- 1 May 2002
Although liver glycogen was depleted in feed-deprived chickens, feed deprivation and transport for short periods were not found to affect blood glucose or lactate levels nor glycogen levels in the muscle at slaughter.
β‐Amyloid neurotoxicity is mediated by a glutamate‐triggered excitotoxic cascade in rat nucleus basalis
Whereas a cardinal role for β‐amyloid protein (Aβ) has been postulated as a major trigger of neuronal injury in Alzheimer's disease, the pathogenic mechanism by which Aβ deranges nerve cells remains…
In vivo Identification and Quantitative Evaluation of Carrier-Mediated Transport of Lactate at the Cellular Level in the Striatum of Conscious, Freely Moving Rats
- W. Kuhr, Cees J. van den Berg, J. Korf
- BiologyJournal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism…
- 1 December 1988
Probenecid, an inhibitor of acid transport, was able to block both the efflux of lactate from cell to ECF and the consequent reuptake of lactates by cells in the striatum of the rat following electroconvulsive shock or ischemia.
The development of peripartum depressive symptoms is associated with gene polymorphisms of MAOA, 5-HTT and COMT
Psychobiological Characteristics of Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Symptom Provocation Study
Noradrenergic neurons: morphine inhibition of spontaneous activity.