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Antibacterial activity of Aquilaria crassna leaf extract against Staphylococcus epidermidis by disruption of cell wall
TLDR
The aqueous extract of Aquilaria crassna leaves possesses an in vitro antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus epidermidis, with no sign of acute oral toxicity in mice, probably by interfering with bacterial cell wall synthesis and inhibiting biofilm formation.
Calcium Signaling and Uterine Contractility
The Physiological Basis of Uterine Contractility: A Short Review
TLDR
The contribution of extracellular calcium entry to contraction is shown to be vital, whilst the role of the sarcoplasmic reticulum remains controversial.
Electrophysiological characterization and functional importance of calcium-activated chloride channel in rat uterine myocytes
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It is concluded that the pregnant rat myometrium contains Ca2+-activated Cl− channels producing inward current in ~30% of its cells, probably by contributing to membrane potential and firing frequency (pacemakers) in these cells.
Effect of inhibiting the sarcoplasmic reticulum on spontaneous and oxytocin‐induced contractions of human myometrium
TLDR
The contribution of the sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium store in the generation of uterine smooth muscle contractions and the contribution of calcium induced calcium release or ryanodine gated calcium channels to myometrial force production are assessed.
Calcium Signaling and Uterine Contractility
The effects of inhibiting myosin light chain kinase on contraction and calcium signalling in human and rat myometrium
TLDR
It is concluded that, under normal physiological conditions, myosin light chain kinase phosphorylation of myos in is essential for uterine force production and that there is little or no role for alternative force-producing pathways.
TALINUM PANICULATUM (JACQ.) GERTN: A MEDICINAL PLANT WITH POTENTIAL ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY IN OVARIECTOMIZED RATS
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T. paniculatum extracts possess estrogenic activity in the OVX rats, which can be helpful in managing reproductive tissues regression during menopause in a natural way through herbal resources without any toxicity.
Prevalence of Ectoparasites and Blood Parasites in Small Mammals at Sakaerat Environmental Research Station, Thailand
TLDR
In this study the prevalence of ectoparasites and blood parasites was highest in M. surifer among small mammal communities.
The effects of pH change on Ca(++) signaling and force in pregnant human myometrium.
TLDR
It is concluded that alterations of pH significantly affect calcium signaling and force production in the human myometrium and may contribute to dysfunction in labor.
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