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The Role of Substance P in the Cerebral Ischemia
Tackykinins are involved in the inflammatory process of a large number of diseases. The role of the tachykinins in ischemic brain injury was evaluated by the serum levels of Substance P (SP), one ofExpand
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[Demonstration and analysis of immune complexes in rheumatic diseases].
By means of an immunofluorescence technique, immune complexes have been demonstrated in circulating blood leukocytes, in serum and in joint effusions of patients with various rheumatic diseases. SuchExpand
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[Renal side effects of treatment with cyclosporin A in rheumatoid arthritis and after bone marrow transplantation].
Renal function was studied prospectively in 6 patients with rheumatoid arthritis and non-prospectively in 5 patients after bone marrow transplantation. Both groups were treated with cyclosporin A.Expand
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[The treatment of psoriasis-arthritis with cyclosporin A, a new immunosuppressive agent].
The treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis by cyclosporin A, a new immunosuppressive agent believed to have a largely selective action on T lymphocytes, is described. Results in 4 cases showExpand
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Time Trends of Helicobacter pylori Resistance to Antibiotics in Children Living in Vienna, Austria
Background:  Increase of antibiotic resistance is a worldwide problem. Within the 4 years before the turn of the millennium Helicobacter pylori strains isolated in children living in Vienna, Austria,Expand
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Helicobacter pylori Eradication Rates in Children Upon Susceptibility Testing Based on Noninvasive Stool Polymerase Chain Reaction Versus Gastric Tissue Culture
Background and Objectives: In children with clarithromycin-resistant Helicobacter pylori, clarithromycin-containing therapies often fail. The present study aimed to assess the outcome of tailoredExpand
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Gastric asthma: an unrecognized disease with an unsuspected frequency.
Bronchial asthma is a disease that has been recognized for centuries, which is influenced mainly by genetic and environmental factors. The current interest of bronchial asthma is focused to ascertainExpand
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Cetirizine, a Second-Generation H1 Antagonist, Modulates Rantes and MCP-1 Levels in Allergic Rhinitis
Chemokines and their receptors are involved in several allergic diseases. We measured RANTES and MCP-1 levels in sera of allergic rhinitis patients, and we also evaluated the effect of cetirizine, aExpand
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In vivo cytochrome P 450 interactions of the newly developed H+/K(+)-ATPase inhibitor pantoprazole (BY 1023/SK&F 96022) compared to other antiulcer drugs.
Almost 10% of adverse drug reactions observed in clinical patients are due to interactions of two or more therapeutic agents (18). The aim of the present study was to investigate in vivo interactionsExpand
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Hepatitis C virus: a high risk factor for a second primary malignancy besides hepatocellular carcinoma. Fact or fiction?
PURPOSE Second primary malignancies occur more and more often. But the hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) linked to a second primary cancer is not frequent. MATERIALS AND METHODS A retrospective studyExpand
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