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Thermal manipulation during the middle incubation stage has a repressive effect on the immune organ development of Peking ducklings
Abstract Avian embryos are easily influenced by their environment during incubation. Previous studies have demonstrated that incubation temperature changes could influence muscle development and bodyExpand
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Activation of complement factor B contributes to murine and human myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury
The pathophysiology of myocardial injury that results from cardiac ischemia and reperfusion (I/R) is incompletely understood. Experimental evidence from murine models indicates that innate immuneExpand
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Loss of plasma membrane integrity, complement response and formation of reactive oxygen species during early myocardial ischemia/reperfusion.
Loss of plasma membrane integrity (LPMI) is a hallmark of necrotic cell death. The involvement of complement and ROS in the development of LPMI during the early stages of murine myocardialExpand
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miR-24 suppression of POZ/BTB and AT-hook-containing zinc finger protein 1 (PATZ1) protects endothelial cell from diabetic damage.
The regulatory transcriptional factor PATZ1 is abnormally up-regulated in diabetic endothelial cells (ECs) where it acts as an anti-angiogenic factor via modulation of fatty acid-binding protein 4Expand
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Non-Fluorinated, Superhydrophobic Binder-Filler Coatings on Smooth Surfaces: Controlled Phase Separation of Particles to Enhance Mechanical Durability.
There has been a recent drive to develop non-fluorinated superhydrophobic coatings due to the toxicity, cost, and environmental impact of perfluorinated components. One of the main challenges inExpand
An Unusual Immunohistochemical “Null” Pattern of Four MMRs Proteins of Gastric Cancer and Literature Review
Meng Yue Hebei Medical University Fourth A liated Hospital and Hebei Provincial Tumor Hospital https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0326-2140 Junying Liu Hebei Medical University Fourth A liated Hospital andExpand
Wnt / β-catenin pathway involved in podocyte injury is regulated by UCH-L 1
The Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway is re-activated in podocytes after injury in vivo and in vitro, further triggering podocyte dysfunction and albuminuria. However, the mechanisms underlyingExpand
Regulatory mechanism of ulinastatin on autophagy of macrophages and renal tubular epithelial cells
Abstract Kidney ischemia and hypoxia can cause renal cell apoptosis and activation of inflammatory cells, which lead to the release of inflammatory factors and ultimately result in the damage ofExpand
Abstract P062: Loss of Plasma Membrane Integrity Occurs in 2 Stages During Early Myocardial Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury
Myocardial ischemia is an acute health emergency. Reperfusion, critical for salvaging ischemic tissues, contributes to the acute tissue damage known as ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury. WhileExpand