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Evaluation of an in situ forming hydrogel wound dressing based on oxidized alginate and gelatin.
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The hydrogel was found to have a fluid uptake of 90% of its weight which would prevent the wound bed from accumulation of exudates and can maintain a moist environment over wound bed in moderate to heavily exuding wound which would enhance epithelial cell migration during the healing process. Expand
Fibrin glue as an osteoinductive protein in a mouse model.
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Evidence is provided of the positive role of FG as a potential osteoinductive biologic tissue adhesive when coated with calcium phosphate and glass ceramics and implanted in the extraskeletal site of male Swiss albino mice. Expand
Short duration gluteraldehyde cross linking of decellularized bovine pericardium improves biological response.
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It was observed that both un-crosslinked and partially crosslinked decellularized bovine pericardium to be non-cytotoxic and it caused significantly less inflammatory cytokine release such as TNF alpha and IL1beta from activated macrophages. Expand
Glutaraldehyde Treatment Elicits Toxic Response Compared to Decellularization in Bovine Pericardium
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Using in vitro and in vivo techniques, this study has demonstrated that glutaraldehyde-treated bovine pericardium elicits toxic response compared to decellularized bovines pericARDium which is not congenial for long-term implant performance. Expand
An improved method for isolation of anti-viper venom antibodies from chicken egg yolk.
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The development of polyclonal antibodies against viper venom in hens and its isolation from the egg yolk of immunized birds is presented and the antigen binding ability of the pure antibody is found good by the Ouchterlony's double diffusion experiment. Expand
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 receptor is upregulated in aortic smooth muscle cells during hypervitaminosis D.
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The evidences gathered suggest that excess vitamin D is arteriotoxic and that the vitamin induces arterial calcification through up regulation of 1,25(OH)2D3 receptor and increased calcium uptake in smooth muscle cells of the arteries. Expand
In vitro and in vivo performance of a dual drug-eluting stent (DDES).
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The in vitro results show DDES can sustain release both anti-proliferation drug (sirolimus) and anti-thrombosis drug (triflusal), two drugs were controlled in different rates to effectively reduce thromBosis and proliferation at the same time. Expand
Comparative evaluation of absorbable hemostats: advantages of fibrin-based sheets.
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A freeze-dried form of polymerized fibrin that supports hemostasis and wound healing is made and shows optimum degradation and wounds healing. Expand
Effect of chronic inflammation and immune response on regeneration induced by decellularized bovine pericardium.
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It is inferred that un-crosslinked decellularised bovine pericardial antigen sensitized lymphocytes produced significant chronic inflammatory response at 90 days and stimulated both humoral and cell mediated immune response in comparison to mildly crosslinked de cellularised Bovine Pericardium. Expand
The short-term effect on restenosis and thrombosis of a cobalt-chromium stent eluting two drugs in a porcine coronary artery model.
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A significant reduction in restenosis with a stent coated with both drugs compared with the controls is associated with an inhibition of inflammation and thrombus formation, suggesting that such dual DES have a role to play for the treatment of coronary artery diseases. Expand
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