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[In Process Citation]. Swiss Dent J. 2015;125(6):740-1 Authors: Yildirim A, Metzler P, Lanzer M, Lübbers HT, Yildirim V Abstract Solcoseryl® is a protein-free haemodialysate, containing a broad spectrum of low molecular components of cellular mass and blood serum obtained from veal calves. Solcoseryl® improves the transport of oxygen and glucose to cells that are under hypoxic conditions. It increases the synthesis of intracellular ATP and contributes to an increase in the level of aerobic glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation. It activates the reparative and regenerative processes in tissues by stimulating fibroblast proliferation and repair of the collagen vascular wall. The formulations of Solcoseryl® are infusion, injection, gel and ointment, and it is also available as a dental paste for inflammatory processes of the mouth cavity, gums and lips. PMID: 26179567 [PubMed - in process]
Publication date: Available online 15 January 2020Source: The Annals of Thoracic SurgeryAuthor(s): Harold G. Roberts, Lawrence M. Wei
ConclusionWe believe that the best exposure for the correction of aberrant right subclavian artery is via a median sternotomy, especially in pediatric patients associated with other cardiac anomalies.
The materials here report on efforts to screen for small molecule compounds that can reduce the age-related decline of mitochondrial function observed in neurons - and indeed throughout the body. Screening the contents of compound libraries is a process that might sound simple, and conceptually it is, but it is a complex task to build a cost-effective system and supporting logistics to screen for a novel outcome. In this case the outcome is a reversal of at least some degree of reduced mitochondrial function in neurons from old tissue, as well as improvement in important aspects of neural function. Every cell contai...
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Authors: Li Z, Wei J, Xiao H, Zhu L, Weng X, Jin J, Zhang J, Wang H, Ge J, Tao T, Pei L, Dong X, Wang L Abstract Currently, no effective drug treatment is available for bone and joint disease, a disorder of the bone and cartilage cells. Osteonecrosis of the femoral head (ONFH) is an example of bone and joint disease. It is progressive, with femoral head collapse resulting from the death of osteocytes and the bone marrow, leading to a poor quality of life and surgical interventions. However, the mechanism of this disease is still unknown, and the effects of current therapy are not satisfactory. In our previous study...
Siegfried Richtsteig has been waiting in hospital for more than 130 days for a heart that would allow him to do the things he enjoyed most, like playing with his grandchildren, before a stroke damaged the organ beyond repair.
This article reports a computational kinetic and thermodynamic study of the chemical repair of radical-damaged tryptophan and tyrosine residues by the superoxide radical anion (O2 •)- hydroperoxyl radical (HO2•) pair, via... The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
According to this study, the loaded particles can potentially serve as a suitable candidate for spinal cord repair, functional recovery and axonal regeneration.Graphical abstract
This study used models of USP22 overexpression and depletion to identify differentially expressed gene networks.
Publication date: Available online 14 January 2020Source: Materials TodayAuthor(s): Liang Ma, Xiaobo Feng, Hang Liang, Kun Wang, Yu Song, Lei Tan, Bingjin Wang, Rongjin Luo, Zhiwei Liao, Gaocai Li, Xiangmei Liu, Shuilin Wu, Cao YangAbstractAfter an osteosarcoma excision, recurrence, large bone defects, and soft tissue injury are significant challenges for clinicians. Conventional treatment by implanting bone replacement materials can induce bone regeneration after surgery, but this does not prevent bleeding, promote soft tissue repair, or help destroy the residual tumor cells. We attempted to develop a new multifunctional ...