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E inflammatory response and tissue remodeling in tendon healing and also it revealed that; although the severe inflammatory reaction has been developed in response to the collagen implant, but this immune response was due to the remodeling effect of the collagen implant, not its rejection. It has been postulated that inflammation has a major role in tendon healing and if immune response does not p
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Ells stained [24, 25]. CNKSR1 expression was evaluated based on intensity semiquantitatively on a four-tier scale (0 = negative, 1 = weak/background, 2 = moderate/positive, 3 = strongly positive). CNKSRshows minimal expression in lymphoid tissues according to RNA-Seq data and immunohistochemical staining from the Human Protein Atlas (Human Protein Atlas available from www.proteinatlas.org) [26]. S
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Inase suppressor of Ras 1 (CNKSR1)* Correspondence: rudloffu@mail.nih.gov Equal contributors 1 Thoracic and Gastrointestinal Oncology Branch, Gastrointestinal Oncology Section, Investigator Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, Building 10 - Hatfield CRC, Room 4-5950, Bethesda, MD 20892, USA Full list of author information is available at the end of the article?The Author(s). 201
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He presence of higher transverse diameter and temperature in the injured area together with the higher infiltration of the inflammatory cells in the injured area of the treated lesions during the first 14 DPI, suggest that a higher inflammatory reaction has commenced, the healing response has been motivated by the collagen implant and the metabolism of the injured area has increased. At earlier st
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Or cells, which was due to the activation of ERK and p53. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to report the molecular mechanism of the chemotherapeutic effects of Triphala against pancreatic cancer. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are the known mediators of intracellular signaling cascades. Excessive production of ROS nonetheless leads to oxidative stress, loss of cell function and
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Radial migration assay was performed as previously described [30,31]. In a blinded fashion, various U87Gal-1 clones were analyzed and compared to U87GFP controls and parental U87MG cells. Of each clone, 2500 cells were allowed to sediment through a cooled manifold onto laminin-coated cell culture wells (Creative Scientific Methods, Inc., Phoenix, AZ). The manifold and slide were incubated together
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Galectin-1 transfectants. A population of GFP-sorted cells (the "Gal-1" bars in Figure 4A) was compared to its parental counterpart. The number of metabolically-active cells attached to fibronectin was no different between the two lines at eight hours. Changing the media at four hours reduced the number of cells left for labeling, but the effect was equal in both groups, suggesting a similar rate
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By the ample amount of normal mouse brain tissue available for dissection. In spite of species differences, cross-hybridization of mouse genetic material to human probes did prove to be a common occurrence. These data made it possible to control, rather stringently, for the potential contamination of tumor edge samples with mouse brain. Of course, there could still be possible contamination ?react