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    Trends in neurology fellowship training

    Jordan S.A. Williams , Trent S. Hodgson , Fernando D. Goldenberg , Rimas V. Lukas

    Aim: A need for Neurologists exists in the US. The majority of Neurology residency graduates go on to additional subspecialty training. Methods: Data from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education from 2001-2014 and the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties from was analyzed...

    Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation [HTML] [PDF]
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    Updates on hepatorenal syndrome and strategies bridging to liver transplantation

    Chung Yeung Cheung , Kenneth S.H. Chok

    Hepatorenal syndrome is not an uncommon life-threatening complication arising from liver cirrhosis. The diagnostic criteria for this syndrome have been revised throughout the years, with recent revisions aimed at improving earlier diagnosis and treatment. Liver transplantation remains the only...

    Hepatoma Research [HTML] [PDF]
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    DNA damage-induced nuclear factor-kappa B activation and its roles in cancer progression

    Wei Wang , Arul M. Mani , Zhao-Hui Wu

    DNA damage is a vital challenge to cell homeostasis. Cellular responses to DNA damage (DDR) play essential roles in maintaining genomic stability and survival, whose failure could lead to detrimental consequences such as cancer development and aging. Nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-kB) is a family of...

    Journal of Cancer Metastasis and Treatment [HTML] [PDF]
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    Pressures secondary to circumferential digital dressings in clay models

    Han Joon Kim , Kun Hwang

    Aim: With little manipulation, compression bandages placed circumferentially around the digit can be rolled up the digit, creating a tourniquet effect. The aim of this study was to elucidate the pressures induced by self-adherent bandages applied circumferentially around the fingers. Methods:...

    Plastic and Aesthetic Research [HTML] [PDF]
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    Long non-coding RNAs as key regulators of cancer metastasis

    Pratirodh Koirala , De-Hong Zou , Yin-Yuan Mo

    The recent advances in functional genomics have discovered that a large number of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are pervasively transcribed from the human genome. Increasing evidence further indicates that lncRNAs are important for gene expression during cell differentiation and development...

    Journal of Cancer Metastasis and Treatment [HTML] [PDF]
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    Intradermal fillers for minimally invasive treatment of facial aging

    Zhi Yuan (William) Lin , Vishva Shah , Arvind Dhinakar , Lara Yildirimer , Wen-Guo Cui , Xin Zhao

    The ever-increasing interest in retaining a youthful physical appearance has facilitated the development of various minimally invasive dermatological techniques. The use of intradermal fillers can be incorporated into dermatological practices with minimal overhead costs. This strategy addresses...

    Plastic and Aesthetic Research [HTML] [PDF]
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    Neuronal toll-like receptors and neuro-immunity in Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and stroke

    Carmen D. Rietdijk , Richard J. A. van Wezel , Johan Garssen , Aletta D. Kraneveld

    Toll-like receptors (TLRs) are part of the innate immune system important for the initiation of proper immune responses towards microorganisms. Neuronal TLRs are considered to be part of the interactions between the immune system and the nervous system, the major sensing systems in mammals. The...

    Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation [HTML] [PDF]
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    Hepatitis B virus molecular biology and pathogenesis

    R. Jason Lamontagne , Sumedha Bagga , Michael J. Bouchard

    As obligate intracellular parasites, viruses need a host cell to provide a milieu favorable to viral replication. Consequently, viruses often adopt mechanisms to subvert host cellular signaling processes. While beneficial for the viral replication cycle, virus-induced deregulation of host...

    Hepatoma Research [HTML] [PDF]
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