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An appetite for destruction: from self-eating to cell cannibalism as a neuronal survival strategy4382

starvation or by clearing misfolded proteins and damaged organelles and thereby preventing degenerative diseases. Conversely, the autophagic process is also recognized as a cellular death mechanism. The ...

Combretum microphyllum and Leucospermum erubescens inhibit the genotoxic effects of 4-NQO, MMC and EMS in vitro

cells Clinical Comet Assay Congresses Control Dna DNA Damage effect effects Electrophoresis Faculty feed food gene general genotoxicity health Institute investigation IS Leaf Medicine methanol extract ...

A targeted proteomics method to detect urinary biomarkers of kidney disease

influenced by several non-renal factors such as age, race and muscle mass. An accurate detection of kidney damage is crucial to enable more appropriate therapeutic intervention to potentially improve the ...

Can cytogenetics explain the possible association between exposure to extreme low-frequency magnetic fields and Alzheimer's disease?

Aneuploidy Cytogenetics DNA Damage Electromagnetic Fields Genomic Instability Humans Risk Factors Abstract: Recently, a number of epidemiological studies have suggested that occupational as well as residential ...

Evaluation of the immune response induced by DNA vaccine cocktail expressing complete SAG1 and ROP2 genes against toxoplasmosis34034

Universities university Vaccination vaccine vaccines Vaccines,DNA Abstract: Toxoplasma gondii, the pathogen of toxoplasmosis, can infect most mammals and birds. The high incidence and severe or lethal damages of ...

Cadmium exposure in the population: from health risks to strategies of prevention.

concentration, the relative risk for mortality increases with 17% (95% CI 4.2-33.1%; P < 0.0001). Tubular kidney damage starts at urinary Cd concentrations ranging between 0.5 and 2 μg urinary Cd/g creatinine, ...

Membrane permeabilization and cellular death of Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes and Saccharomyces cerevisiae as induced by high pressure carbon dioxide treatment.

by viable cell count. Uptake of PI by all three strains indicated that membrane damage is involved in the mechanism of HPCD inactivation of vegetative cells. The extent of membrane permeabilization and ...

Influenza A strain-dependent pathogenesis in fatal H1N1 and H5N1 subtype infections of mice.

viruses evoked diffuse alveolar damage and showed a similar 50% mouse lethal dose and the same peak lung concentration, each had a distinct pathologic signature and caused a different course of acute ...

Evaluation of DNA Damage Induced by Environmental Exposure to Mercury in Liza aurata Using the Comet Assay

Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Volume 58, Number 122 (2010) Keywords: Comet Assay DNA Damage Liza aurata mercury Health Topics:  Health and environment Santé et environnement ...

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