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Aminoglycosides resistance in clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus from a University Hospital in Bialystok, Poland.
Staphylococcus aureus obtained from a University Hospital in Poland were characterized in relation to resistance to aminoglycoside antibiotics and the distribution of the genes encoding the mostExpand
Juvenile hormone binding protein traffic -- Interaction with ATP synthase and lipid transfer proteins.
The results provide the first demonstration of the physical interaction of JHBP with membrane and hemolymph proteins which can be involved in JH BP molecule traffic. Expand
The role of metallothionein interactions with other proteins
It has been shown that the pair of GSH/GSSG modulates transfer of Zn between MT and Zn‐binding proteins, and it was shown that GSSG, in the presence of G SH, interacts directly with MT. Expand
The Influence of the Occupational Exposure to Heavy Metals and Tobacco Smoke on the Selected Oxidative Stress Markers in Smelters
Occupational exposure to heavy metals causes raise of MDA concentration and causes greater increase in AOPP concentration than tobacco smoke and whether in this process cigarette smoking plays a role. Expand
G protein-coupled receptors: abnormalities in signal transmission, disease states and pharmacotherapy.
The aim of this review is to present the research results and draw new conclusions about the impact of alterations in the signal transmission through the G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) on theExpand
The influence of biological and environmental factors on metallothionein concentration in the blood.
Investigation of the influence of biological and environmental factors on metallothionein concentrations in erythrocyte lysate and in plasma showed pregnancy causes an increase of MT concentration in plasma, while oral contraceptives cause an elevated concentration of MT in ERYthrocytes lysates. Expand
Frequency and chronological distribution of linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) in the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age population from Żerniki Górne (Poland) – preliminary report
This study documents and interprets patterns of LEH in Żerniki Górne (Poland), a settlement which was functional in the Late Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age and examines two successive cultures: the Corded Ware Culture and the Trzciniec Culture. Expand
Dental caries and chemical analyses in reconstruction of diet, health and hygienic behaviour in the Middle Euphrates valley (Syria).
Dental caries data suggest a similar socio-economic status during the Late Roman and Islamic periods, and lower Sr/Ca ratios and Observed Ratio index values for the Modern Islamic and highervalues for the Islamic and Late Roman periods. Expand
[Retrospective analysis of ocular disorders and frequency of cesarean sections for ocular indications in 2000-2008--our own experience].
The frequency of c-sections due to ocular indications continued to increase between 2000-2005 and has been in decline since 2006, although it remains to be twice as high as in 2000. Expand
Kampinos National Park: a risk area for spotted fever group rickettsioses, central Poland?
Seropositive and seronegative individuals occupationally exposed to ticks did not differ significantly with respect to age and years of employment, and risk factors significantly associated with IgG seropositivity were: occupational exposure to ticks, frequency of tick bites, and male gender. Expand