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Mn(II) Oxidation Is Catalyzed by Heme Peroxidases in “Aurantimonas manganoxydans” Strain SI85-9A1 and Erythrobacter sp. Strain SD-21
- C. R. Anderson, H. Johnson, N. Caputo, R. Davis, J. Torpey, B. Tebo
- Biology, ChemistryApplied and Environmental Microbiology
- 1 May 2009
ABSTRACT A new type of manganese-oxidizing enzyme has been identified in two alphaproteobacteria, “Aurantimonas manganoxydans” strain SI85-9A1 and Erythrobacter sp. strain SD-21. These proteins were…
Latent and potential coeliac disease
The term potential CD has been proposed for those subjects who do not have, and have never had, a jejunal biopsy consistent with overt CD, and yet have immunological abnormalities similar to those found in coeliac patients.
Immunologic and intestinal permeability tests as predictors of relapse during gluten challenge in childhood coeliac disease.
- R. Troncone, N. Caputo, M. Micillo, L. Maiuri, V. Poggi
- MedicineScandinavian journal of gastroenterology
Clinical symptoms, the cellobiose/mannitol permeability test, and gliadin and endomysial antibody measurement were used to determine the timing of the confirmatory biopsy, and the sequential use of laboratory tests during gluten challenge may significantly shorten its duration.
Stable Liquid Glucagon Formulations for Rescue Treatment and Bi-Hormonal Closed-Loop Pancreas
- M. Jackson, N. Caputo, J. Castle, L. David, C. Roberts, W. Ward
- Biology, MedicineCurrent Diabetes Reports
- 13 September 2012
Cell-based assay for glucagon bioactivity that assesses glucagon receptor (GluR) activation can screen promising glucagon formulations, and Assays for cyclic AMP or its downstream effector, protein kinase A (PKA), in engineered cell systems are more reliable and suitable for inexpensive, high-throughput assessment of bioactivity.
Mechanisms of glucagon degradation at alkaline pH
Increased concentrations of eosinophilic cationic protein in whole-gut lavage fluid from children with inflammatory bowel disease.
- R. Troncone, N. Caputo, S. Cucchiara
- MedicineJournal of pediatric gastroenterology and…
- 1 February 1999
Elevated intestinal eosinophilic cationic protein levels in inflammatory bowel disease suggest that eos inophils are involved in the gastrointestinal inflammation in this disease.
A Novel, Stable, Aqueous Glucagon Formulation Using Ferulic Acid as an Excipient
- P. Bakhtiani, N. Caputo, W. Ward
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of diabetes science and technology
- 24 September 2014
Ferulic acid, a stable breakdown product of curcumin, is evaluated for its ability to stabilize glucagon and was bioactive in vitro and in vivo and may be stable for 3-7 days in a portable pump for bihormonal closed-loop treatment of T1D.
Troponin T expression in trout red muscle correlates with muscle activation
- D. Coughlin, N. Caputo, Krista Bohnert, F. E. Weaver
- BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology
- 15 January 2005
Individual analysis of muscle activation and TnT expression in brook trout provides insight into the role of Tn T in modulating muscle activation in slow fish muscle.
Gut lavage IgG and interleukin 1 receptor antagonist:interleukin 1 beta ratio as markers of intestinal inflammation in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
Gut lavage fluid IgG and IL-1 beta levels and Il-1-ra:IL-1 Beta ratio may provide objective discrimination between active and inactive disease in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
Increased intestinal sugar permeability after challenge in children with cow's milk allergy or intolerance
The results suggest the use of the sugar permeability test, in addition to clinical observation, as an aid in the evaluation of provocation tests in infants with suspected CMAI.