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There is a growing body of evidence that disturbed circadian clock gene expression is associated with tumor development and tumor progression. Based on our initial experiments demonstrating decreased period 1 (Per1) expression in colon cancer, we evaluated clock gene and estrogen receptor (ER) alpha/beta expression in colon cancer cells of primary(More)
Oxidative stress seems to play an important role in the pathophysiology of Alzheimer's disease (AD). At present there are no easily accessible biochemical markers for AD. We performed activity assays for platelet MAO-B and erythrocyte Cu/Zn-SOD as well as Western blotting for these two proteins. Moreover, we assessed plasma lactoferrin and performed(More)
The etiology of white matter hyperintensities (WMH) seen on T2-weighted cranial magnetic resonance images is a matter of debate. We investigated deep and periventricular WMH in the brains of a community-based cohort of 532 subjects aged 75-76 years. The objective of this study was to determine whether WMH at age of 75 years were associated rather with(More)
BACKGROUND The potential for faster detection of human herpes viruses using PCR compared to other methods is undisputed. However, because of fear of contamination, the clinical implication of nucleic amplification methods in routine laboratories is not widespread. Herpes viruses cause a wide spectrum of diseases and can cause morbidity and mortality in(More)
Clinical chemical reference values for older persons are sparse and mostly intermixed with those for younger persons. We had a unique opportunity to obtain blood samples from volunteers who were 75 years old and living in two districts of Vienna, Austria. Consequently, we utilized stored plasma samples to obtain reference intervals for 120 apparently(More)
BACKGROUND Clinical chemistry reference values for elderly persons are sparse and mostly intermixed with those for younger subjects. To understand the links between metabolism and aging, it is paramount to differentiate between "normal" physiological processes in apparently healthy elderly subjects and metabolic changes due to long-lasting diseases. The(More)
Globally, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of all mortalities. Of these deaths, 7.6 million are due to heart attacks, and 5.7 millions are due to stroke. The Vienna Transdanube Aging Study (VITA), a population-based cohort study, enabled us to evaluate associations between the known major risk factors for cerebrovascular and CVDs and(More)
Eine Reihe von Studien beschreit die Abhängigkeit der Retinol-bindendes Protein 4 (RBP4)-Konzentration von Alter und Adipositas, allerdings nur wenige dieser Studien wurden bei älteren Personen durchgeführt. Aus diesem Grund untersuchten wir in einer großen, bevölkerungsbezogenen Studie (VITA) die Korrelation zwischen RBP4-Konzentration und Komponenten des(More)
The Vienna Transdanube Aging (VITA) study searches for early markers of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) by examining the mental status in a community-based cohort of 606, 75-years old volunteers that are then related to various clinical and genetic analyses. To determine whether mutations in mtDNA are involved in expression of AD, the mtDNA of 79 “control”(More)
Thrombin plays an essential role in haemostasis and thrombosis; therefore, anticoagulant strategies focus on direct or indirect inhibition of thrombin or factor Xa. Over the last 60 years, key players in antithrombotic treatment have been unfractionated heparin and vitamin K antagonists (VAKs), such as coumarin. New oral anticoagulants, with different(More)
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