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Immunohistochemical Detection of Cyclin D1 Using Optimized Conditions Is Highly Specific for Mantle Cell Lymphoma and Hairy Cell Leukemia
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Optimal immunohistochemical conditions for cyclin D1 in fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue that can be useful in distinguishing MCL and hairy cell leukemia from other small B-cell neoplasms and reactive lymphoid infiltrates are presented. Expand
Effect of an angiotensin II receptor blocker and two angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors on transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) and alpha-actomyosin (alpha SMA), important mediators of
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The finding that ACE inhibitors or ANG II receptor blockers protect the lungs from radiation induced pneumonitis and fibrosis reaffirms the role that ANG II plays in this inflammatory process and suggests an additional indication of treatment of this condition, thus opening a new potential pharmacologic use of these drugs. Expand
Control of radiation-induced pneumopathy and lung fibrosis by angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and an angiotensin II type 1 receptor blocker.
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ACE inhibitors and one AII type 1 receptor blocker were effective in protecting lungs from radiation-induced pneumonitis and the development of lung fibrosis in two models of rat radiation injury. Expand
Intracellular trafficking and surface expression of SS-A (Ro), SS-B (La), poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase and alpha-fodrin autoantigens during apoptosis in human salivary gland cells induced by tumour
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Results show that autoantigens fodrin, SS-A (Ro) and SS-B (La) in human salivary gland cells undergo a striking redistribution during apoptosis and relocate to the cell membrane of apoptotic cells. Expand
Effect of an angiotensin II receptor blocker and two angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors on transforming growth factor-β (TGF-β) and α-actomyosin (α SMA), important mediators of
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The finding that ACE inhibitors or ANG II receptor blockers protect the lungs from radiation induced pneumonitis and fibrosis reaffirms the role that ANG II plays in this inflammatory process and suggests an additional indication of treatment of this condition, thus opening a new potential pharmacologic use of these drugs. Expand
Successional Relationships of Five Florida Plant Communities
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It is proposed that the bluejack oak sandhill, turkey oaksandhill, and xeric hammock communities are changing toward a form of mesic hammock, although the scrub was not changing in species composition, the individual trees were growing in number and size and the community may possibly become a xeric Hammock. Expand
Prevention of Radiation-Induced Nephropathy and Fibrosis in a Model of Bone Marrow Transplant by an Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker
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The study shows the effectiveness of these drugs in the protection of the renal parenchyma from the development of radiation-induced fibrosis and indicates a role for angiotensin II in the modulation of collagen synthesis. Expand
Novel approaches for two and three dimensional multiplexed imaging of osteocytes.
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Two reproducible methods for 2D and 3D imaging of osteocytes in situ using multiplexed imaging approaches in which the osteocyte cell membrane, nucleus, cytoskeleton and extracellular matrix can be imaged simultaneously in various combinations are reported. Expand
Identification of osteocyte‐selective proteins
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The proteomic approach has yielded important information regarding molecular mechanisms used by osteocytes for embedding in matrix, the formation of dendritic processes, and protection within a hypoxic environment. Expand
Parathyroid Hormone Induces Bone Cell Motility and Loss of Mature Osteocyte Phenotype through L-Calcium Channel Dependent and Independent Mechanisms
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Results show that PTH induces loss of the mature osteocyte phenotype and promotes the motility of these cells, which are mediated through different mechanisms. Expand
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