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Cell Therapy Based on Adipose Tissue-Derived Stromal Cells Promotes Physiological and Pathological Wound Healing
Objective—We hypothesized that adipose tissue may contain progenitors cells with cutaneous and angiogenic potential. Methods and Results—Adipose tissue-derived stroma cells (ADSCs) were administratedExpand
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The cytogenetic dosimetry of recent accidental overexposure.
When accidental exposure to ionizing radiations is suspected, optimal choice of a treatment strategy requires, in addition to information about the clinical signs and physical dosimetry, aExpand
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Studies by electron paramagnetic resonance of the importance of iron in the hydroxyl scavenging properties of ascorbic acid in plasma: Effects of iron chelators
Summary— Ascorbic acid is considered to be the most important antioxidant of plasma. Its oxidation leads to the ascorbyl free radical (AFR), detected by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR)Expand
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Emerging therapy for improving wound repair of severe radiation burns using local bone marrow-derived stem cell administrations.
The therapeutic management of severe radiation burns remains a challenging issue today. Conventional surgical treatment including excision, skin autograft, or flap often fails to preventExpand
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The Cell Membrane as a Biosensor of Oxidative Stress Induced by Radiation Exposure: A Multiparameter Investigation
Abstract Benderitter, M., Vincent-Genod, L., Pouget, J. P. and Voisin, P. The Cell Membrane as a Biosensor of Oxidative Stress Induced by Radiation Exposure: A Multiparameter Investigation. Radiat.Expand
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Pravastatin Limits Endothelial Activation after Irradiation and Decreases the Resulting Inflammatory and Thrombotic Responses
Abstract Gaugler, M. H., Vereycken-Holler, V., Squiban, C., Vandamme, M., Vozenin-Brotons, M. C. and Benderitter, M. Pravastatin Limits Endothelial Activation after Irradiation and Decreases theExpand
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EUROPEAN CONSENSUS ON THE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE RADIATION SYNDROME AND ANALYSIS OF THE RADIATION ACCIDENTS IN BELGIUM AND SENEGAL
A European consensus concerning the medical management of mass radiation exposure was obtained in 2005 during a conference held by the European Group for Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation, theExpand
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Expression and activation of MMP -2, -3, -9, -14 are induced in rat colon after abdominal X-irradiation
Objective. Colonic response to single-dose irradiation is characterized by epithelial denudation followed by restitution. Extracellular matrix (ECM) remodeling is involved in both of these phases.Expand
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Abdominal γ-radiation induces an accumulation of function-impaired regulatory T cells in the small intestine.
PURPOSE To assess the frequency and the functional characteristics of one major component of immune tolerance, the CD4(+)FoxP3(+) regulatory T cells (Tregs) in a mouse model of abdominal irradiation.Expand
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Alteration of the Serum N-glycome of Mice Locally Exposed to High Doses of Ionizing Radiation*
Exposure of the skin to ionizing radiation leads to characteristic reactions that will often turn into a pathophysiological process called the cutaneous radiation syndrome. The study of this disorderExpand
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