Krisztián Stadler

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The emergence of chronic inflammation during obesity in the absence of overt infection or well-defined autoimmune processes is a puzzling phenomenon. The Nod-like receptor (NLR) family of innate immune cell sensors, such as the nucleotide-binding domain, leucine-rich-containing family, pyrin domain-containing-3 (Nlrp3, but also known as Nalp3 or cryopyrin)(More)
BACKGROUND Air pollution is linked to central nervous system disease, but the mechanisms responsible are poorly understood. OBJECTIVES Here, we sought to address the brain-region-specific effects of diesel exhaust (DE) and key cellular mechanisms underlying DE-induced microglia activation, neuroinflammation, and dopaminergic (DA) neurotoxicity. METHODS(More)
Depression constitutes a widespread condition observed in elderly patients. Recently, it was found that several drugs employed in therapies against depression stimulate hippocampal neurogenesis in young rodents and nonhuman primates. As the rate of neurogenesis is dramatically reduced during ageing, we examined the influences of ageing on neurogenic actions(More)
Chronic swimming training and phytotherapeutic supplementation are assumed to alleviate oxidative damage, and support cell survival in the brain. The effect of forced, chronic swimming training, and enriched lab chow containing 1% (w/w) dried nettle (Urtica dioica) leaf were investigated for oxidative stress, inflammation and neurotrophic markers in Wistar(More)
Changes in assisted protein folding are largely unexplored in diabetes. In the present studies, we have identified a reductive shift in the redox status of rat liver microsomes after 4 weeks of streptozotocin-induced diabetes. This change was reflected by a significant increase in the total- and protein-sulfhydryl content, as well as in the free sulfhydryl(More)
Emergence of chronic 'sterile' inflammation during obesity in absence of overt infection or autoimmune process is a puzzling phenomenon. The Nod Like Receptor (NLR) family of innate immune cell sensors like the Nlrp3 inflammasome are implicated in recognizing certain non-microbial origin 'danger–signals' leading to caspase-1 activation and subsequent IL-1β(More)
There is growing evidence that oxidative stress plays an integral role in the processes by which obesity causes type 2 diabetes. We previously identified that mice lacking the protein oxidation repair enzyme methionine sulfoxide reductase A (MsrA) are particularly prone to obesity-induced insulin resistance suggesting an unrecognized role for this protein(More)
Diabetes is known to increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and vascular dementia via oxidative stress and inflammation. There are speculations that SSAO activity might be related to the development of AD. Our aim was to investigate whether changes of soluble SSAO activity, oxidative stress and inflammation markers are related to each other in(More)
The current study was designed to test the hypothesis that inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS)-mediated lipid free radical overproduction exists in an insulin-resistant rat model and that reducing the accumulation of toxic metabolites is associated with improved insulin signaling and metabolic response. Lipid radical formation was detected by electron(More)
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