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Gingival Wound Healing: An Essential Response Disturbed by Aging?
Gingival wound healing comprises a series of sequential responses that allow the closure of breaches in the masticatory mucosa. This process is of critical importance to prevent the invasion of microbes or other agents ...
Update on the Mechanisms of Pulmonary Inflammation and Oxidative Imbalance Induced by Exercise
The mechanisms involved in the generation of oxidative damage and lung inflammation induced by physical exercise are described. Changes in lung function induced by exercise involve cooling of the airways, fluid evaporation ...
Double hit lymphoma: from biology to therapeutic implications
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2016)
INTRODUCTION: Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is a molecularly heterogeneous disease defined by different cellular origins and mechanisms of oncogenic activation. Approximately 10% of DLBCL cases harbor a MYC ...
Carbon monoxide: A new player in the redox regulation of connexin hemichannels
(International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2015)
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a gaseous transmitter that is known to be involved in several physiological processes, but surprisingly it is also becoming a promising molecule to treat several pathologies including stroke and ...
Schizophrenia and reelin: a model based on prenatal stress to study epigenetics, brain development and behavior
Abstract Schizophrenia is a severe psychiatric disorder that results in a significant disability for the patient. The disorder is characterized by impairment of the adaptive orchestration of actions, a cognitive ...