Search Results

You are looking at 181 - 190 of 371 items for :

  • inflammation x
  • All content x
Clear All
Free access

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

Free access

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

Free access

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

Free access

Hannah E Lapp, Andrew A Bartlett, and Richard G Hunter

exchange of information with the nucleus ( Picard et al. 2018 a ). Mitochondria are essential to physiological processes fundamental in maintaining multicellular life including apoptosis, inflammation and thermogenesis ( Picard et al. 2016

Free access

Ana Pestana, João Vinagre, Manuel Sobrinho-Simões, and Paula Soares

, 3, 9 and 10 Repression of ROS-dependent intracellular signalling and gene induction Inflammation Cancer progression Invasion ( Yin et al . 2000 ) ( Zuo et al . 2011 ) ( Mattiussi et al . 2012 ) ( Akiyama et al . 2003 ) ( Ghosh et al . 2012

Restricted access

Belen Brie, Ana Ornstein, Maria Cecilia Ramirez, Isabel Lacau-Mengido, and Damasia Becu-Villalobos

). The prolactin receptor has multiple homeostatic roles ( Goffin et al . 2002 ), and, in particular, it may protect the liver from NAFLD ( Shao et al . 2018 , Zhang et al . 2018 ), prevent HCC and inflammation ( Hartwell et al . 2014 ), and modify

Free access

William Davies

-modifying factors (SUMFs) ( Mueller et al. 2015 ). STS activity appears to be increased in response to stress/inflammation in various tissues with the gene being a target of NF-ΚB; the resultant free steroid products, notably estrogens, may act as inflammation

Free access

Chunmei Wang and Yong Xu

sexual dimorphism ( Tarrade et al. 2015 ). Male placenta decreases size in response to maternal high salt or high-fat intake, which is associated with increased inflammation in the placenta and increased fetal exposure to free fatty acids and glucose

Free access

Krishan Johansson-Haque, Elanchelian Palanichamy, and Sam Okret

the immune response and prevent undue inflammation. In mammalian cells, activated MAPKs can be inactivated by the MAPK-phosphatase 1, DUSP1, which is an archetypal member of a dual-specificity (Thr/Tyr) phosphatase family that negatively regulates

Free access

Riccarda Granata, Alessandra Baragli, Fabio Settanni, Francesca Scarlatti, and Ezio Ghigo

et al . 1999 , Gnanapavan et al . 2002 , van der Lely et al . 2004 ). Indeed, AG was demonstrated to act as an autocrine/paracrine factor, regulating cell proliferation and survival, apoptosis, inflammation, cardiovascular and gastric functions