Pan-Pan Liang

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BACKGROUND Trichophyton rubrum is superficial fungi characteristically confined to dead keratinized tissues. These observations suggest that the soluble components released by the fungus could influence the host immune response in a cell in contact-free manner. Therefore, this research aimed to analyze whether the culture supernatant derived from T. rubrum(More)
gamma-Harmine (I), harmine (II) and harmaline (III) were isolated from Peganum harmala L. (Zygophylaceae). Tests were conducted with mice to detect whether gamma-harmine (a new compound), harmine, harmol (IV) and harmalol (V) are effective radioprotective compounds against gamma-ray irradiation. Intraperitoneal injection of the hydrochlorides of the four(More)
BACKGROUND Trichophyton rubrum represents the most common infectious fungus responsible for dermatophytosis in human, but the mechanism involved is still not completely understood. An appropriate model constructed to simulate host infection is the prerequisite to study the pathogenesis of dermatophytosis caused by T. rubrum. In this study, we intended to(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the contractile and relaxant reaction of human umbilical veins in vitro from pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH) patients, pathophysiological significance and the role of local changes of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) in the pathogenesis of PIH. METHODS The contractile and relaxant curves of umbilical vein in response to phenylephrine,(More)
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