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Helminth Infections: Recognition and Modulation of the Immune Response by Innate Immune Cells
The survival of helminths in the host over long periods of time is the result of a process of adaptation or dynamic co-evolution between the host and the parasite. However, infection with helminthExpand
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Trypanosoma cruzi Exploits Wnt Signaling Pathway to Promote Its Intracellular Replication in Macrophages
During the acute phase of Trypanosoma cruzi infection, macrophages can act as host cells for the parasites as well as effector cells in the early anti-parasitic immune response. Thus, the targetingExpand
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Role of Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor (AhR) in the Regulation of Immunity and Immunopathology During Trypanosoma cruzi Infection
Resistance to Trypanosoma cruzi infection is dependent on a rapid induction of Th1-type and CD8+ T cell responses that should be promptly balanced to prevent immunopathology. T. cruzi-infected B6Expand
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Rhizoremediation of phenol and chromium by the synergistic combination of a native bacterial strain and Brassica napus hairy roots
Abstract A bacterial strain resistant to phenol and Cr (VI) was isolated from an industrial polluted soil of Cordoba province (Argentina), which was identified as Pantoea sp. FC 1. This microorganismExpand
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Chromium (VI) remediation by a native strain: effect of environmental conditions and removal mechanisms involved
A native bacterial strain with high capability for Cr (VI) removal was isolated from tannery sediments located in Elena (Córdoba Province, Argentina). The strain was characterized by amplification ofExpand
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Wnt Signalling Orchestrates the Immune Response and Cardiac Damage During Trypanosoma cruzi Infection
Chagas’ cardiomyopathy is the consequence of a compromised electrical and mechanical cardiac function, with parasite persistence, unbalanced inflammation and pathological tissue remodelling, beingExpand
Wnt Signaling Plays a Key Role in the Regulation of the Immune Response and Cardiac Damage during Trypanosoma cruzi Infection.
Chagas cardiomyopathy is the consequence of a compromised electrical and mechanical cardiac function, with parasite persistence, unbalanced inflammation, and pathological tissue remodelling, beingExpand
Analysis of the levels of risk found in biomedical equipment in two healthcare institutions of high complexity
The World Health Organization, in 2002 showed different studies about adverse events where they analyze the data of the hospitalized patients. This study refers the importance of the notificationExpand