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Yang Mi, Na Guo, Tongqiang He, Jing Ji, Zhibin Li, and Pu Huang

was reported to regulate retinal inflammation through suppressing adenosine deaminase-2 in diabetes ( Fulzele et al . 2015 ). miR-192, miR-194, miR-204, and miR-215 were found enriched in human kidney ( Sun et al . 2004 ), where they target genes

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E J Gold, X Zhang, A M Wheatley, S L Mellor, M Cranfield, G P Risbridger, N P Groome, and J S Fleming

Rosendahl et al. (2001) have examined activin receptor type II mRNA in wound healing and lung inflammation. Neither study demonstrates changes in these mRNAs in their in vivo models. To the best of our knowledge the data presented here represent the

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Satoshi Takizawa, Tsuyoshi Uchide, Javier Adur, Takaharu Kozakai, Eiichi Kotake-Nara, Jiexia Quan, and Kaname Saida

(day 0, Fig. 4A ). From day 1 to day 5 inflammation was not detected clearly (Fig. 4D, F and H ). At day 7, evidence of inflammation – infiltration of inflammatory cells and focal disappearance of mucosal crypts – was observed (Fig. 4J

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Umberto Bernabucci, Loredana Basiricò, Patrizia Morera, Nicola Lacetera, Bruno Ronchi, and Alessandro Nardone

decade, several researchers demonstrated that adipose tissue is an active participant in regulating physiologic and pathologic processes, including carbohydrate/lipid metabolism, inflammation, cardiovascular diseases (CVD), diabetes, and obesity. Adipose

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Philippe Huber, Christine Mallet, Elodie Faure, Christine Rampon, Marie-Hélène Prandini, Olivier Féraud, Stéphanie Bouillot, and Isabelle Vilgrain

inflammation, hyperplasia, and neoplasia ( Katoh 2003 ). Of interest, carcinomas and adenomas in human adrenal cortex differ in their angiogenic patterns as visualised by CD34 labelling ( Bernini et al. 2002 ). As VE-cadherin is an important

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Yabing Mi, Wangsheng Wang, Jiangwen Lu, Chuyue Zhang, Yawei Wang, Hao Ying, and Kang Sun

speculate that proinflammatory cytokines accumulated in inflammation may at least intensify the degradation of collagens by cortisol in the amnion fibroblasts in this regard. In conclusion, this study has demonstrated that cortisol regenerated by 11β-HSD1

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Dong Zhao, Jinhua Jia, and Hong Shao

plays an important part in many different physiological and pathological processes, including the growth and differentiation of organism, cell proliferation and tumor, inflammation and endocrine diseases ( Jackson & Levin 2012 ). To date, a great number

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Kelly L Short, A Daniel Bird, Bennet K L Seow, Judy Ng, Annie R A McDougall, Megan J Wallace, Stuart B Hooper, and Timothy J Cole

provide evidence for a protective effect of ADAMTS 12 against bronchial inflammation that is in line with the anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoid steroids ( Paulissen et al . 2012 ). Other studies have demonstrated that GCs can induce expression

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Ying Xing, Jingbo Lai, Xiangyang Liu, Nana Zhang, Jie Ming, Hengxin Liu, and Xi Zhang

51 815 – 824 . ( doi:10.1682/JRRD.2013.08.0174 ) Mohamed R Jayakumar C Ranganathan PV Ganapathy V Ramesh G 2012 Kidney proximal tubular epithelial-specific overexpression of netrin-1 suppresses inflammation and albuminuria

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Tristan M Lovell, Russell J Woods, David J Butlin, Kerensa J Brayley, Isaac T Manyonda, Jackie Jarvis, Steve Howell, and Philip J Lowry

proCRF in the plasma contain PC as a PTM suggests that PC plays an important function during pregnancy and may be the reason for the elevated levels of C-reactive protein ( Tjoa 2003 ) and the accompanying inflammation seen in this condition ( Redman et