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#1Richard D. H. Tran (UCI: University of California, Irvine)H-Index: 2
#1Richard TranH-Index: 9
Last. Anna GrosbergH-Index: 17
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The heart has a dynamic mechanical environment contributed by its unique cellular composition and the resultant complex tissue structure. In pathological heart tissue, both the mechanics and cell composition can change and influence each other. As a result, the interplay between the cell phenotype and mechanical stimulation needs to be considered to understand the biophysical cell interactions and organization in healthy and diseased myocardium. In this work, we hypothesized that the overall tis...
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#1Simon PetersH-Index: 2
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Sphingolipids represent a class of structural related lipids involved in membrane biology and various cellular processes including cell growth, apoptosis, inflammation and migration. Over the past decade, sphingolipids have become the focus of intensive studies regarding their involvement in infectious diseases. Pathogens can manipulate the sphingolipid metabolism resulting in cell membrane reorganization and receptor recruitment to facilitate their entry. They may recruit specific host sphingol...
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#2Taner PulaH-Index: 1
Last. Julian RoosH-Index: 6
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MicroRNAs (miRNAs), a class of small, non-coding RNA molecules, play an important role in the posttranscriptional regulation of gene expression, thereby influencing important cellular functions. In adipocytes, miRNAs show import regulatory features and are described to influence differentiation as well as metabolic, endocrine, and inflammatory functions. We previously identified miR-27a being upregulated under inflammatory conditions in human adipocytes and aimed to elucidate its function in adi...
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#1Emilie MaH-Index: 7
#1Emilie Ma (University of Paris-Saclay)H-Index: 2
Last. Eric CoïcH-Index: 11
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#2Timothy SauerH-Index: 37
Last. Maria-Luisa SchubertH-Index: 12
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Chimeric-antigen-receptor-T (CAR-T) cells are currently revolutionizing the field of cancer immunotherapy. Therefore, there is an urgent need for CAR-T cell monitoring by clinicians to assess cell expansion and persistence in patients. CAR-T cell manufacturers and researchers need to evaluate transduction efficiency and vector copy number for quality control. Here, CAR expression was analyzed in peripheral blood samples from patients and healthy donors by flow cytometry with four commercially av...
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The Farnesoid-X Receptor, FXR, is a nuclear bile acid receptor. Its originally described function is in bile acid synthesis and regulation within the liver. More recently, however, FXR has been increasingly appreciated for its breadth of function and expression across multiple organ systems, including the intestine. While FXR’s role within the liver continues to be investigated, increasing literature indicates that FXR has important roles in responding to inflammation, maintaining intestinal epi...
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#1Zoltán HustiH-Index: 7
#2András VarróH-Index: 69
Last. István BaczkóH-Index: 28
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Chronic heart failure is a clinical syndrome with multiple etiologies, associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Cardiac arrhythmias, including ventricular tachyarrhythmias and atrial fibrillation, are common in heart failure. A number of cardiac diseases including heart failure alter the expression and regulation of ion channels and transporters leading to arrhythmogenic electrical remodeling. Myocardial hypertrophy, fibrosis and scar formation are key elements of arrhythmogenic stru...
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#1Virginia FernándezH-Index: 31
#2Maria MarinoH-Index: 60
Last. Marco FiocchettiH-Index: 14
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Retinal neurodegeneration affects an increasing number of people worldwide causing vision impairments and blindness, reducing quality of life, and generating a great economic challenge. Due to the complexity of the tissue, and the diversity of retinal neurodegenerative diseases in terms of etiology and clinical presentation, so far, there are no cures and only a few early pathological markers have been identified. Increasing efforts have been made to identify and potentiate endogenous protective...
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#1Luiz Carlos Assis (UNESP: São Paulo State University)H-Index: 2
Last. Marcelo Santos da SilvaH-Index: 13
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Leishmaniases belong to the inglorious group of neglected tropical diseases, presenting different degrees of manifestations severity. It is caused by the transmission of more than 20 species of parasites of the Leishmania genus. Nevertheless, the disease remains on the priority list for developing new treatments, since it affects millions in a vast geographical area, especially low-income people. Molecular biology studies are pioneers in parasitic research with the aim of discovering potential t...
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#1Yosuke IdaH-Index: 4
#2Hanae IchiokaH-Index: 1
Last. Hiroshi OhguroH-Index: 30
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Background. To obtain new insights into the activation of the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) receptors in human orbital fibroblasts (n-HOFs), the effects of the prostanoid EP2 agonist, omidenepag (OMD), and a rho-associated coiled-coil-containing protein kinase (ROCK) inhibitor, ripasudil (Rip) were evaluated using three-dimension (3D) n-HOFs spheroids in the absence and presence of the recombinant human TSH receptor antibodies, M22 and IGF-1. Methods....
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