Brown Seaweed Fucan Hemostasis Angiogenesis

PlGF repairs myocardial ischemia through mechanisms of angiogenesis, cardioprotection and recruitment of myo-angiogenic competent marrow progenitors.

... PlGF Repairs Myocardial Ischemia through Mechanisms of Angiogenesis, Cardioprotection and Recruitment of Myo-Angiogenic Competent Marrow Progenitors Hiroto Iwasaki1,2, Atsuhiko Kawamoto1*, Marc Tjwa3,4, Miki Horii1, Saeko Hayashi1, ... progenitor-mobilizing activity. Methods and Results: Myocardial PlGF gene therapy improves cardiac performance after myocardial infarction, by inducing cardiac repair and reparative myoangiogenesis, via upregulation of paracrine anti-apoptotic and angiogenic factors. In addition, PlGF therapy stimulated Sca-1+/Lin2 (SL) BM progenitor proliferation, enhanced their ... opportunities in the treatment of ischemic heart disease. Citation: Iwasaki H, Kawamoto A, Tjwa M, Horii M, Hayashi S, et al. (2011) PlGF Repairs Myocardial Ischemia through Mechanisms of Angiogenesis, Cardioprotection and Recruitment of Myo-Angiogenic Competent Marrow Progenitors. PLoS ONE 6(9): e24872. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024872 Editor: Marie Jose Goumans,
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Exploiting simultaneous observational constraints on mass and absorption to estimate the global direct radiative forcing of black carbon and brown carbon

... absorbing” simulation. 2.4 Treatment of brown carbon Brown carbon absorbs radiation, particularly at UV wavelengths and therefore should be considered separately from “white” OA when simulating aerosol absorption. In our simulations we separately track two sources of BrC: Br-POA (brown primary organic aerosols) and Br-SOA (brown second organic aerosols). There ... enhancement associated with BC coating and separately treat both the aging and physical properties of fossil-fuel and biomass-burning BC. In addition we develop a global simulation of brown carbon (BrC) from both secondary (aromatic) and primary (biomass burning and biofuel) sources. The global mean lifetime of BC in this simulation (4.4 days) is substantially ... (Arola et al., 2011; Lukács et al., 2007; Hecobian et al., 2010; Chakrabarty et al., 2010; Kirchstetter et al., 2004; Chen and Bond, 2010). This light-absorbing OA (so-called ? ?brown carbon”: BrC) is found in both urban and biomass-burning regions and is most absorbing at UV wavelengths. Chung et al. (2012) analyze the wavelength dependence of observed
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Expression of angiopoietin-2 and vascular endothelial growth factor receptor-3 correlates with lymphangiogenesis and angiogenesis and affects survival of oral squamous cell carcinoma.

... regulation of lymphangiogenesis, and might have crucial roles in amplification of pathological lymphangiogenesis and angiogenesis [4]. However, whether altered expression of Ang-2 and VEGFR-3 affects lymphangiogenesis and survival of OSCC is not known. To better understand the functional contribution of Ang-2 and VEGFR-3 to lymphangiogenesis and progress ... lymphangiogenesis [4], to investigate the correlations between Ang-2 and VEGFR-3 expression and tumor lymphangiogenesis and progress and thereby reveal the role of Ang-2 and VEGFR-3 in lymphatic metastasis and clinical survival in OSCC patients. Double-Labeling Immunohistochemical Analysis of Angiogenesis and Lymphangiogenesis To quantitatively assess angiogenesis ... mechanisms have been postulated. Lymphangiogenesis in tumor probably is mainly responsible for such prognosis since both genes play important roles in regulation of lymphangiogenesis [9]. Ang-2 is considered to be required for postnatal angiogenesis and lymphatic patterning [2]. However, the role of Ang-2 in lymphangiogenesis of OSCC is still unknown.
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Epidermal growth factor receptor inhibition reduces angiogenesis via hypoxia-inducible factor-1α and Notch1 in head neck squamous cell carcinoma.

... tumor angiogenesis. This drug exerted similar effects on heterotopic xenograft tumors. In the human HNSCC tissue array, increased EGFR expression correlated with increased HIF-1α and micro vessel density. Cetuximab inhibited tumor-induced angiogenesis in vitro and in vivo by significantly downregulating HIF-1α and Notch1. EGFR is involved in the tumor angiogenesis ... molecular mediator for tumor angiogenesis, and Notch pathway dysregulation is a leading genetic instability in HNSCC [14–16]. Previous reports suggested that the interaction between HIF-1α and Notch1 can influence tumor angiogenesis [17]. However, the mechanism by which the interaction between EGFR and HIF-1α or Notch1 in HNSCC regulates angiogenesis and tumorigenesis ... significantly inhibited HNSCC angiogenesis, and reduced HIF-1α nuclear translocation may be involved in this phenomenon. Notch1 signaling pathway is involved in cetuximab-reduced angiogenesis in vitro To further confirm whether Notch1 signaling pathway was involved in the preventive effect of cetuximab on tumor-induced angiogenesis, endothelial function
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Characterization of overwintering sites of the invasive brown marmorated stink bug in natural landscapes using human surveyors and detector canines.

... Halyomorpha picus. Acta Agriculturae Boreali-Sinica 3: 96–101. 12. Fujisawa T (2001) Damage and control of the brown marmorated stink bug in apple orchards. Japanese Agriculture and Technology 45: 42–47. 13. Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Working Group (2011) Brown Marmorated Stink Bug IPM Working Group Meeting. Available: Northeastern/FundedProjects/ReportFiles/Pship2011/Pship2011-LeskeyProgressReport-4681655.pdf. ... Arakawa R, Shinagawa Y, Okazawa T (1994) Overwintering flight of brown- marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha mista to the buildings. Animal Health 45: 25–31. Hamilton GC (2009) Brown marmorated stink bug. American Entomologist 55: 19–20. Inkley DB (2012) Characteristics of home invasion by the brown marmorated stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of ... F, Yaginuma K (2006) Formation of aggregations in adults of the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Stål) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae): The role of antennae in short-range locations. Applied Entomology and Zoology 41: 309–315. Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Working Group (2012) Brown Marmorated Stink Bug IPM Working Group Meeting. Available:
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Comparative transcriptome analysis of two rice varieties in response to rice stripe virus and small brown planthoppers during early interaction.

... Comparative Transcriptome Analysis of Two Rice Varieties in Response to Rice Stripe Virus and Small Brown Planthoppers during Early Interaction Wenjing Zheng1, Li Ma2, Jiaming Zhao1, Zhiqiang Li3, Fuyu Sun3*, Xiaochun Lu1* 1 Liaoning Innovation Center of the Academy of Agriculture ... Liaoning Plant Protection Institute of the Academy of Agriculture Sciences, Shenyang, People’s Republic of China Abstract Rice stripe, a virus disease, transmitted by a small brown planthopper (SBPH), has greatly reduced production of japonica rice in East Asia, especially in China. Although we have made great progress in mapping resistance genes, little ... to RSV in rice. Citation: Zheng W, Ma L, Zhao J, Li Z, Sun F, et al. (2013) Comparative Transcriptome Analysis of Two Rice Varieties in Response to Rice Stripe Virus and Small Brown Planthoppers during Early Interaction. PLoS ONE 8(12): e82126. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0082126 Editor: Miguel A. Blazquez, Instituto de Biologı́a Molecular y Celular de
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Human neural stem cells over-expressing VEGF provide neuroprotection, angiogenesis and functional recovery in mouse stroke model.

... Human Neural Stem Cells Over-Expressing VEGF Provide Neuroprotection, Angiogenesis and Functional Recovery in Mouse Stroke Model Hong J. Lee1,2,3, Kwang S. Kim1,3, In H. Park1, Seung U. Kim1,3* 1 Brain Disease Research Center, Ajou University School ... and Findings. We postulated that human NSCs overexpressing VEGF transplanted into cerebral cortex overlying ICH lesion could provide improved survival of grafted NSCs, increased angiogenesis and behavioral recovery in mouse ICH model. ICH was induced in adult mice by unilateral injection of bacterial collagenase into striatum. HB1.F3.VEGF human NSC line ... post-transplantation. Conclusions. Brain transplantation of F3 human NSCs over-expressing VEGF near ICH lesion sites provided differentiation and survival of grafted human NSCs and renewed angiogenesis of host brain and functional recovery of ICH animals. These results suggest a possible application of the human neural stem cell line, which is genetically modified
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Neonatal hyperglycemia inhibits angiogenesis and induces inflammation and neuronal degeneration in the retina.

... Neonatal Hyperglycemia Inhibits Angiogenesis and Induces Inflammation and Neuronal Degeneration in the Retina Elsa Kermorvant-Duchemin1,2,3., Alexis Christophe Pinel4,5,6,9., Sophie Lavalette4,5,6, Delphine ... cellular and molecular mechanisms in the small rodent. Citation: Kermorvant-Duchemin E, Pinel AC, Lavalette S, Lenne D, Raoul W, et al. (2013) Neonatal Hyperglycemia Inhibits Angiogenesis and Induces Inflammation and Neuronal Degeneration in the Retina. PLoS ONE 8(11): e79545. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0079545 Editor: Alfred Lewin, University of Florida, ... relevant, hyperglycemic phase on vascular development. Our results show that neonatal hyperglycemia very reproducibly induces severe inflammation, inhibition of physiological angiogenesis and neuronal degeneration in a very short period of time. Neonatal hyperglycemia retinopathy (NHIR) might be useful to help decipher hyperglycemia-induced cellular PLOS
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Hepatic proliferation and angiogenesis markers are increased after portal deprivation in rats: a study of molecular, histological and radiological changes.

... Proliferation Proliferation Hgf Il6st Mki67 Wnt2 Proliferation Cellular stress Cellular stress Cellular stress Angiogenesis Angiogenesis Hnf4a Nos2 Nos3 Hif1a Vegfa Flt1 VEGFR-1 Angiogenesis Kdr Vegfr-2 Angiogenesis Flt4 Vegfr3 Angiogenesis Pgf Plgf Fibrosis Tgfb Tgfb1 Encoded protein Tumour necrosis factor Interleukin 10 Hepatocyte ... determinations. PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125493 May 28, 2015 4 / 15 Hepatic Proliferation & Angiogenesis after Portal Deprivation in Rats PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125493 May 28, 2015 5 / 15 Hepatic Proliferation & Angiogenesis after Portal Deprivation in Rats Fig 1. Methods for Perfusion CT scan. Perfusion CT scan ... in the PVL groups. Markers of angiogenesis were all increased in the early PCS group, and Vegfr3 and Pgf in the late PCS group. Only Vegfr3 was increased in the PVL groups. Tgf was increased in the PCS groups. Conclusions Portal deprivation in rats induces a sustained increase in intrahepatic markers of inflammation, angiogenesis, proliferation, and
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Targeting vascular NADPH oxidase 1 blocks tumor angiogenesis through a PPARα mediated mechanism.

... inhibitor reduced angiogenesis and tumor growth in vivo in a PPARa dependent manner. In conclusion, vascular NOX1 is a critical mediator of angiogenesis and an attractive target for anti-angiogenic therapies. Citation: Garrido-Urbani S, Jemelin S, Deffert C, Carnesecchi S, Basset O, et al. (2011) Targeting Vascular NADPH Oxidase 1 Blocks Tumor Angiogenesis ... NOX1 regulates angiogenesis and showed that NOX1 down-regulates expression and activity of the antiinflammatory and anti-angiogenic nuclear receptor PPARa. Results NOX1-deficient mice show impaired angiogenesis In order to test whether NOX-dependent ROS production participates in blood vessel formation, we performed in vivo Matrigel angiogenesis assays ... sharing data and materials. * E-mail: Introduction Angiogenesis is a complex process occurring in physiological situations such as embryogenesis and wound repair, and contributes to pathological conditions such as diabetes, psoriasis, arthritis and cancer. Angiogenesis is a critical determinant of cancer progression. In its absence,
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Regulation of brown fat adipogenesis by protein tyrosine phosphatase 1B.

... demonstrated a role for PTP1B in regulating insulin and AMPK signaling in brown adipocytes. Results Generation and characterization of PTP1B-deficient and reconstituted brown adipocytes To investigate the role of PTP1B in brown adipocyte differentiation, we generated immortalized brown preadipocytes from wild type (Con) and whole-body PTP1B KO mice as ... results demonstrate that PTP1B regulates brown fat adipogenesis. PTP1B can regulate brown fat adipogenesis through insulindependent and insulin-independent signaling pathways (please see schematic in Fig. 8). Numerous studies establish insulin signaling as a critical regulator of brown fat adipogenesis [20,21,22,23,42]. Brown preadipocyte cell lines from ... insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1) play PLoS ONE | 1 January 2011 | Volume 6 | Issue 1 | e16446 PTP1B and Brown Fat Differentiation important roles in brown adipocyte differentiation [19]. Brown preadipocytes derived from insulin receptor (IR) and insulin receptor substrates 1–4 (IRSs) knockout (KO) mice highlight the relevance
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Ursolic acid increases skeletal muscle and brown fat and decreases diet-induced obesity, glucose intolerance and fatty liver disease.

... ursolic acid affects brown fat, white fat and liver by direct or indirect mechanisms. How ursolic acid increases brown fat remains uncertain. One possibility is that increased brown fat is a secondary effect of reduced insulating white fat. Another possibility is that ursolic acid increases sympathetic activity, which is known to expand brown fat [30]. ... retroperitoneal white fat (Fig. 3B). In contrast, ursolic acid increased interscapular brown fat (Fig. 5A). As an additional test, we measured expression of uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1), a brown fat marker, and found that ursolic acid increased UCP1 (Fig. 5B). Since brown fat is thermogenic, we hypothesized that ursolic acid-treated mice might be resistant ... consistent with increased skeletal muscle Akt activity [8]. Ursolic acid increases brown fat The interscapular fat pad contains two types of fat: white fat, which stores energy, and brown fat, which expends energy to generate heat and maintain body temperature. Importantly, brown fat shares developmental origins with skeletal muscle [26] and opposes the
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Myeloid cells expressing VEGF and arginase-1 following uptake of damaged retinal pigment epithelium suggests potential mechanism that drives the onset of choroidal angiogenesis in mice.

... been studied with respect to angiogenesis [11]. Both M1 macrophages (nitric oxide synthase 2, NOS2+) which are functionally pro-inflammatory, and M2 macrophages (Arginase-1, Arg-1+) - a phenotype conferring responses related to wound healing, are capable of generating VEGF and promoting angiogenesis. However, pathological angiogenesis is observed most ... delivered a driver of angiogenesis [19]. The purpose of this study was to characterise the source and phenotype of macrophages recruited to the site of injury in the laser-induced CNV model, to then assess what conditions the myeloid cell phenotype we observe, and finally explore to what extent that contributes to pathological angiogenesis. Our data ... accumulate and are activated at lesion sites prior to onset of angiogenesis Given the rapid RPE damage and localised disruption in outer retinal barrier observed above, we wished to assess the temporal relationship between the formation of neovascular membrane and myeloid cell recruitment. Angiogenesis and neovascular membrane formation was assessed
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Comparative studies of the pyrolytic and kinetic characteristics of maize straw and the seaweed Ulva pertusa.

... Introduction In recent years, marine origin biomass such as seaweed, has attracted considerable attention as a potential biofuel feedstock. Seaweeds are an important component in marine ecosystems providing an important and unique ecological function. As a potential biofuel feedstock, macroalgae seaweeds have a number of desirable features, such as fast ... China, 2 Food Science Department, College of Agriculture, Liaocheng University, Liaocheng, China Abstract Seaweed has attracted considerable attention as a potential biofuel feedstock. The pyrolytic and kinetic characteristics of maize straw and the seaweed Ulva pertusa were studied and compared using heating rates of 10, 30 and 50uC min21 under an inert ... Yi XJ, Zhang XW, Ye NH (2010) Pyrolytic characteristics and kinetics of two brown algae and sodium alginate. Bioresource Technology 101: 7131–7136. 3. Wang J, Wang GC, Zhang MX, Chen MQ, Li DM, et al. (2006) A comparative study of thermolysis characteristics and kinetics of seaweeds and fir wood. Process Biochemistry 41: 1883–1886. 4. Ross AB, Anastasakis
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Differential gene expression from genome-wide microarray analyses distinguishes Lohmann Selected Leghorn and Lohmann Brown layers.

... Lohmann Brown Layers Christin Habig1, Robert Geffers2, Ottmar Distl1* 1 Institute for Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (Foundation), Hannover, Germany, 2 Department of Cell Biology, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig, Germany Abstract The Lohmann Selected Leghorn (LSL) and Lohmann Brown (LB) ... hens is Lohmann Tierzucht (Cuxhaven, Germany). The Lohmann Selected Leghorn (LSL) layer line and the Lohmann Brown (LB) hens have been firmly established in most markets of the world because of their efficient production of high quality white and brown eggs, respectively [7]. Despite their approximately identical egg production performance these layer ... Selected Leghorn and Lohmann Brown layer lines. Arch Anim Breed 46: 89–102. Supporting Information Figure S1 Heat map of differentially expressed probe sets among the two layer lines. Heat map of the probe sets with absolute fold changes of 2-fold or greater detected in the comparison between the layer lines Lohmann Brown (LB) and Lohmann Selected
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A novel peptide derived from human apolipoprotein E is an inhibitor of tumor growth and ocular angiogenesis.

... e15905 Novel Peptide Inhibitor of Angiogenesis anti-infective studies in vivo in mice [19] and rabbit [20] eye models, we recognized that apoEdp inhibited virus-induced corneal angiogenesis. Thus, we have investigated whether apoEdp has the ability to inhibit angiogenesis in two in vivo non-infectious models of ocular and tumor angiogenesis. The role of ... derived from VEGF inhibits tumor growth by blocking angiogenesis in murine model. No reports are available on whether a HSPG-binding peptide derived from the receptor-binding region of human apoE E can inhibit tumor growth by blocking angiogenesis. Because tumor growth is dependent on tumor angiogenesis, and angiogenesis inhibition is a novel therapeutic ... e15905 Novel Peptide Inhibitor of Angiogenesis 45. Schulter V, Koolwijk P, Peters E, Frank S, Hrzenjak A, et al. (2001) Impact of apolipoprotein (a) on in vitro angiogenesis. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 21: 433–438. 46. Kim JS, Chang JH, Yu HK, Ahn JH, Yum JS, et al. (2003) Inhibition of angiogenesis and angiogenesis- dependent tumor growth by
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Ocorrência de Tuthillia cognata Hodkinson, Brown & Burckhardt, 1986(Hemiptera: Homoptera, Psyllidae) em plantios experimentais de camu-camu Myrciaria dubia (H.B.K.) Mc Vaugh em Manaus (Amazonas, Brasil).

... Ocorrência de Tuthillia cognata Hodkinson, Brown & Burckhardt, 1986 (Hemiptera: Homoptera, Psyllidae) em plantios experimentais de camu-camu Myrciaria dubia (H.B.K.) McVaugh em Manaus (Amazonas, Brasil). Márcio Luís Leitão ... prováveis agentes de controle biológico de T. cognata. PALAVRAS-CHAVE Camu-camu, Myrciaria dubia, Tuthillia cognata, Psyllidae, praga. Occurrence of Tuthillia cognata Hodkinson, Brown & Burckhardt, 1986 (Hemiptera: Homoptera, Psyllidae) in experimental plantations of camu-camu Myrciaria dubia (H.B.K.) McVaugh in Manaus (Amazonas, Brazil). ABSTRACT The ... 69.077-000, Manaus, AM, Brasil E-mail:,, 115 VOL. 34(1) 2004: 115 - 119 OCORRÊNCIA DE Tuthillia cognata HODKINSON, BROWN & BURCKHARDT, 1986 (HEMIPTERA: HOMOPTERA, PSYLLIDAE) EM PLANTIOS EXPERIMENTAIS DE CAMU-CAMU... INTRODUÇÃO O camu-camu Myrciaria dubia (H.B.K.) Mc Vaugh está entre as principais
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Sinopse taxonômica da família Combretaceae R. Brown na Região Sul do Brasil.

... bras. 23(3): 738-750. 2009. Sinopse taxonômica da família Combretaceae R. Brown na Região Sul do Brasil Leonardo von Linsingen1,3, Armando Carlos Cervi2 e Olavo Guimarães2 Recebido em 10/11/2008. Aceito em 10/11/2008 RESUMO – (Sinopse taxonômica da família Combretaceae R. Brown na Região Sul do Brasil). O presente trabalho consiste no estudo taxonômico ... descrições, ilustrações, distribuição geográfica e comentários. Palavras-chave: Combretaceae, sul do Brasil, taxonomia ABSTRACT – (Taxonomic synopsis of the family Combretaceae R. Brown in southern Brazil). This work is a study of the family Combretaceae in southern Brazil. A total of nine species and five genera were recorded: Buchenavia kleinii Exell, ... tribos Laguncularieae e Combreteae as quais apresentam inúmeros representantes na flora neotropical. Os trabalhos clássicos sobre a taxonomia das Combretaceae foram elaborados por Brown (1810), Eichler (1869), Engler & Diels (1899), Exell (1931), Exell & Stace (1966). Dentre os estudos realizados no Brasil, destacam-se os de Exell & Reitz (1967), Loiola
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Physico-chemical indicators and antibacterial activity of brown propolis against Escherichia coli.

... results contribute to the establishment of physical and chemical parameters for the regulation of brown propolis and indicate possible therapeutic applicability in the development of formulations for the treatment of infections caused by E. coli. Keywords: bee, brown propolis, antibacterial activity, physico-chemical indicators, Escherichia coli 1258 Arq. ... por E. coli. Palavras-chave: abelha, própolis, atividade antibacteriana, indicadores físico-químicos, Escherichia coli ABSTRACT The activity of 23 samples of ethanolic brown propolis, from the State of Mato Grosso, was investigated against Escherichia coli ATCC 25922. The values of physical and chemical parameters showed significant variation ... 2011 Comunicação [Communication] Indicadores físico-químicos e atividade antibacteriana de própolis marrom frente à Escherichia coli [Physico-chemical indicators and antibacterial activity of brown propolis against Escherichia coli] E.M.A.F. Bastos1, C. Galbiati 2, E.M. Loureiro2, D.O. Scoaris1 1Fundação Ezequiel Dias Rua Conde Pereira Carneiro, 80 30510-010
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Serum protein concentrations of captive brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) determined by means of agarosis and sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide (SDS-PAGE) gel electrophoresis.

... veados-catingueiro (Mazama gouazoubira) criados em cativeiro obtido por eletroforese em gel de agarose e de poliacrilamida (SDS PAGE) [Serum protein concentrations of captive brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) determined by means of agarosis and sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide (SDS-PAGE) gel electrophoresis] A.M. Santana1, J.J. Fagliari2*, ... doenças inflamatórias, nutricionais e imunomediadas. Palavras-chave: veado-catingueiro, proteinograma, eletroforese, SDS-PAGE ABSTRACT The serum protein concentrations of brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) obtained by agarosis gel and sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide (SDS-PAGE) gel were determined from blood samples of ten adult healthy ... and submitted to the same handling system, physiological variations, which are characteristic of this species, can be apointed as the reason of these differences. Keywords: brown brocket deer, serum protein concentrations, electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE AGRADECIMENTO À FAPESP, pelo auxilio financeiro concedido. REFERÊNCIAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS ÁVILA-PIRES,
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Síndrome de Brown inflamatória: relato de caso.

... comple- REFERÊNCIAS 1. Hargrove RN, Fleming JC, Kerr NC. Brown? ??s syndrome in the absence of an intact superior oblique muscle. J AAPOS. 2004;8(5):507-8. 2. Parks, MM, Brown M. Superior oblique tendon sheath syndrome of Brown. Am J Ophthalmol. 1975;79(1):82-6. 3. Souza-Dias, CR. Estrabismo. São Paulo: Rocca:1993. 4. Wright KW. Brown syndrome [Internet]. Update 2010 ... P. Acquired Brown? ??s syndrome: an unusual cause. Br J Ophthalmol. 1985;69(10):791-4. 6. Wright KW. Brown? ??s syndrome: diagnosis and management. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc. 97 1999;97:1023-109. 7. Hadjadj E, Conrath J, Ridings B, Denis D. [Brown syndrome: current status]. J Fr Ophtalmol.1998;21(4):276-82. French. 8. Mühlendyck H. [Jaensch -Brown syndrome-etiology ... RELATOS DE CASOS | CASE REPORTS Síndrome de Brown inflamatória: relato de caso Inflammatory Brown syndrome: case report LEONARDO GUEDES CANDIDO MARCULINO1, THAIS ZAMUDIO IGAMI2, ANDRESSA AYDAR QUADRADO1, MAURO GOLDCHMIT1,2 RESUMO A síndrome de Brown enquadra-se no grupo de estrabismos restritivos e é causada pela limitação
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Síndrome de Brown bilateral associada com hipermobilidade articular benigna: relato de caso.

... RELATOS DE CASOS Síndrome de Brown bilateral associada com hipermobilidade articular benigna: relato de caso Bilateral Brown? ??s syndrome associated with benign joint hypermobility: a case report David Kirsch1 Carolina Ayres Vilarinho Corrêa Lima2 ... de síndrome de Brown associada com hipermobilidade articular benigna e atentam para a associação pouco referida na literatura. J.C.S, masculino, 6 anos de idade, pardo, estudante, foi encaminhado à Universidade de Santo Amaro com queixa de exotropia há dois anos que aumentava na supraversão. Paciente com o diagnóstico de síndrome de Brown bilateral ... possibilidade de que síndrome de Brown possa ter ocorrido devido a processo inflamatório na tróclea que teve início devido a hipermobilidade articular benigna. Descritores: Transtornos da motilidade ocular/diagnóstico; Instabilidade articular; Estrabismo; Relatos de casos [Tipo de publicação] INTRODUÇÃO A síndrome de Brown, ou síndrome da bainha do
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Síndrome de Brown-Vialleto-Van Laere: relato de dois casos.

... da síndrome com as atrofias espinhais e surdez hereditária. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: síndrome de Brown- Vialetto-van Laere, paralisia ponto-bulbar com surdez, atrofia muscular espinhal, surdez hereditária. Brown- Vialetto-van Laere syndrome: report of two cases SUMMARY - Brown- Vialetto-van Laere syndrome is a rare hereditary or sporadic degenerative disorder ... SÍNDROME DE BROWN- VIALLETO-VAN LAERE RELATO DE DOIS CASOS JOSÉ TEOTONIO DE OLIVEIRA, PAULO ROBERTO R. MOREIRA, FRANCISCO CARDOSO, FRANCISCO OTAVIANO LIMA PERPÉTUO RESUMO - A síndrome de Brown- Vialetto-van Laere é entidade degenerativa hereditária ou esporádica, rara, caracterizada ... and the relationships of this syndrome to the muscle spinal atrophies and the hereditary deafness. KEY-WORDS: Brown- Vialetto-van Laere syndrome, ponto-bulbar palsy with deafness, muscle spinal atrophy, hereditary deafness. A síndrome de Brown- Vialetto-van Laere (SBVL), ou paralisia ponto-bulbar com surdez, é caracterizada por surdez neuro-sensorial
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Síndrome de Brown-Séquard na esquistossomose: relato de caso.

... paciente de 39 anos de idade, com quadro semelhante à síndrome de Brown- Séquard. As provas imunológica* realizadas no líquido cefarraque'ano comprovaram o diagnóstico, sendo instituído em seguida o tratamento adequado. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: medula espinal, esquistossomose, síndrome de Brown- Séquard. Brown- Sequard syndrome in Schistosomiasis: case report. SUMMARY ... localization on a 39 years old man who presented neurologic manifestation likely a Brown- Sequard syndrome. Cerebrospinal fluid examination showed positive imunofluorescente test for schistosomiasis, and treatment was started at once. K E Y WORDS: spinal cord, schistosomiasis, Brown- Sequard syndrome. A esquistossomose mansônica encontra-se largamente distribuída ... de apresentação atípica3. A síndrome de Brown- Séquard, relacionada à esquistossomose, foi observada por Horrax e col .9, num rapaz de 16 anos de idade, em Caracas, Venezuela, em 1950. O paciente apresentou a forma tumoral e teve o diagnóstico confirmado pelo exame histopatológico. Comumente, a síndrome de Brown- Séquard ou da hemissecção lateral da
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