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  • Abnormal Paneth cell granule dissolution and

    2004-6-1 · Paneth cells of intestinal crypts contribute to host defense by producing antimicrobial peptides that are packaged as granules for secretion into the crypt lumen. Here, we provide evidence using light and electron microscopy that postsecretory Paneth cell granules undergo limited dissolution and accumulate within the intestinal …

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  • Formulation of Granules for Site-Specific

    2016-3-1 · The enteric polymer-coated granules based on PA exhibited fast release of CIN at intestinal pH, suitable for site-specific delivery of CIN in the lower intestines where E. coli reside most. The addition of antioxidant eugenol to the granule formulation significantly increased CIN stability to at least 1 y.

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  • Intestinal cryptosporidiosis complicated by

    2019-3-22 · tron-lucent granules. Also shown is a trophozoite (T) with a prominent nucleus and nucleolus a characteristic attachment zone where it is applied to the underlying epithelial cell (approximately X 16,000). lengthened: the villus/crypt ratio was 2: 1. The la- mina propria contained an increased number of

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  • Paneth cell granule dynamics on secretory

    2012-12-22 · Paneth cells residing at the base of the small intestinal crypts contribute to the mucosal intestinal first line defense by secreting granules filled with antimicrobial polypeptides including lysozyme. These cells derive from the columnar intestinal stem cell located at position 0 and the transit amplifying cell located at …

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  • Expansion of Paneth Cell Population in

    2021-2-18 · The exosporium protein BclA3, on the spore surface, is required for both entry pathways. Deletion of the bclA3gene in C. difficile, or pharmacological inhibition of endocytosis using nystatin, leads to reduced entry into the intestinal mucosa and reduced recurrence of the disease in a mouse model.

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  • Mucin Dynamics in Intestinal Bacterial Infection

    2020-12-17 · Adherent bacteria bound similarly to the different types of starch, and the binding capacity of the starch (number of bacteria per gram) correlated to the surface area of the granules. Highly adherent strains were able to hydrolyze the granular starches, but not all amylolytic strains were adherent, indicating that …

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  • Entry of spores into intestinal epithelial cells ...

    2021-2-18 · Treatment of CDI usually involves antibiotic therapy, typically vancomycin or metronidazole and, most recently, fidaxomicin 2, which, although resolves the infection in ~95% of the cases, leads to ...

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  • Abnormal Paneth cell granule dissolution and

    2004-6-1 · The accumulation of Paneth cell granules within the intestinal crypts of CF mice raised the question of whether increased expression of antimicrobial peptides was present in the CF intestine. Initial studies employed a limited microarray analysis of small intestinal RNA to screen for alterations in gene expression in the intestine …

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  • Entry of spores into intestinal epithelial cells ...

    2021-2-18 · Clostridioides difficile spores produced during infection are important for the recurrence of the disease. Here, we show that C. difficile spores gain entry into the intestinal mucosa via pathways dependent on host fibronectin-α 5 β 1 and vitronectin-α v β 1.The exosporium protein BclA3, on the spore surface, is …

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  • Ultrastructural study of asexual development of ...

    In vitro infection of the differentiated human enterocyte cell line HT29.74 was studied by electron microscopy to detect changes in parasite and host cell morphology. Cryptosporidium oocysts obtained from AIDS patients were applied to a monolayer of cloned differentiated HT29.74 cells.

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  • Formulation of Granules for Site-Specific Delivery

    2016-3-1 · The outer enteric polymer coating was applied using a fluid bed machine (Glatt laboratory fluid bed, Binzen, Germany) in 100- to 500-g batches of core granules. The polymer for enteric coating was Eudragit ® L 100 (Evonik Industries), which dissolves above pH 6 giving targeted release in the jejunum-ileum regions of the intestinal …

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  • Fish innate immunity against intestinal helminths ...

    2016-3-1 · 2.1. Innate cellular response against intestinal helminths. The innate defences responding to infections are associated with an inflammatory reaction [3], [6], [9], [63]. The attachment organs of endoparasitic helminths ( Fig. 1) often provoke inflammation of the host gastrointestinal tract. Inflammation is a …

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  • Mucin Dynamics in Intestinal Bacterial Infection

    2021-2-18 · Clostridioides difficile spores produced during infection are important for the recurrence of the disease. Here, we show that C. difficile spores gain entry into the intestinal mucosa via pathways ...

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  • Entry of spores into intestinal epithelial cells ...

    2008-9-5 · Xbp1 flox/flox mice were generated by targeting loxP sites to introns flanking exon 2, and bred onto Villin (V) -Cre transgenic mice (see Figures S1A–S1C available online), that directs Cre recombinase activity specifically to small and large intestinal epithelium (Madison et al., 2002). Xbp1 flox/flox VCre (Xbp1 −/−) …

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  • XBP1 Links ER Stress to Intestinal Inflammation

    Note: No treatment was applied to enhance the restitution process. Wound Healing: Intestinal restitution of SMI-100-FT tissue model 3 days after wounding with a 2 mm biopsy punch. Migrating epithelial cells are stained for cytokeratin-19 (red), fibroblasts for vimentin (green), and nuclei are stained with DAPI (blue).

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  • Epithelial Restitution • MatTek Life Sciences

    2016-11-2 · Infections with enteric nematodes result in systemic type 2 helper T (Th2) responses, expansion of immunoglobulin (Ig)G1 antibodies, and eosinophilia. Eosinophils have a supportive role in mucosal ...

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  • Entry of spores into intestinal epithelial cells ...

    2021-2-18 · Clostridioides difficile spores produced during infection are important for the recurrence of the disease. Here, we show that C. difficile spores gain entry into the intestinal mucosa via pathways dependent on host fibronectin-α 5 β 1 and vitronectin-α v β 1.The exosporium protein BclA3, on the spore surface, is …

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  • Intestinal cryptosporidiosis complicated by

    2019-3-22 · tron-lucent granules. Also shown is a trophozoite (T) with a prominent nucleus and nucleolus a characteristic attachment zone where it is applied to the underlying epithelial cell (approximately X 16,000). lengthened: the villus/crypt ratio was 2: 1. The la- mina propria contained an increased number of

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  • Human defensin 5 expression in intestinal

    2020-4-9 · granules are surrounded by a double membrane in S. Typhimu-rium-infected cells (but not uninfected cells), demonstrating that bacterial infection interferes with normal lysozyme secre-tion. Paneth cells abundantly secrete lysozyme, in addition to other antimicrobial proteins. Lysozyme readily destroys …

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  • Secretory autophagy holds the key to lysozyme

    2019-2-21 · H9N2 AIV infection damaged the intestinal structure and induced intestinal bacterial translocations in mice. To evaluate whether intestinal injury is a common feature for chickens [] and mice infected with H9N2 AIV strain, we firstly detected live virus in cloacal swabs.H9N2 AIV strain was detected in all mice and …

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  • Effect of feeding Chinese herb medicine ageratum

    2018-7-16 · The Northern pike, Esox lucius, is a large, long-lived, top-predator fish species and occupies a broad range of aquatic environments. This species is on its way to becoming an important model organism and has the potential to contribute new knowledge and a better understanding of ecology and evolutionary biology. Very few studies have been done on the intestinal …

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  • Pike intestinal reaction to Acanthocephalus lucii ...

    2012-11-18 · The intestinal barrier is a delicate structure composed of a single layer of epithelial cells, the mucus, commensal bacteria, immune cells, and antibodies. Furthermore, a wealth of antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) can be found in the mucus and defend the mucosa. Different lines of investigations now point to a prominent …

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  • Inflammatory bowel disease: an impaired barrier

    2020-5-4 · 中医生命科学的构思. 徐安龙1, 史渊源1, 卢涛1, 姜苗1, 李峰2, 刘建平2, 李红梅1. 1 北京中医药大学生命科学学院 北京 102488; 2 北京中医药大学中医学院. 收稿日期: 2020-05-28 出版日期: 2020-08-30 发布日期: 2020-08-27. 通讯作者: # 徐安龙,男,博士,教授,博士生导师,主要研究 ...

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  • The zebrafish as a model for gastrointestinal tract ...

    During infection they release cationic proteins stored in cytoplasmic granules by degranulation. In addition, eosinophils release cytokines, including IL-10 and IL-4, to modulate the immune response. On this page Eosinophil development and life cycle ...

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  • Intestinal cryptosporidiosis complicated by

    2019-3-22 · tron-lucent granules. Also shown is a trophozoite (T) with a prominent nucleus and nucleolus a characteristic attachment zone where it is applied to the underlying epithelial cell (approximately X 16,000). lengthened: the villus/crypt ratio was 2: 1. The la- mina propria contained an increased number of

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  • Application of a Physiologically Based

    2021-4-22 · granules in the intestinal contents versus time at different doses were predicted. Then, the potential doses focused on several common zoonotic intestinal pathogens were predicted by combining the PK data and the MIC90 value of ENR. Meanwhile, further formulation strategies were provided based on parameter …

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  • Irgm1-deficient mice exhibit Paneth cell

    2013-10-15 · Paneth cells are intestinal epithelial cells that defend against enteric pathogens (7, 59) and modulate the intestinal microbiota by forming and releasing secretory granules that are rich in AMPs . The marked decrease in size of the secretory granules in Irgm1 KO cells, along with the increased incidence of secretory granules …

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  • Effect of feeding Chinese herb medicine ageratum

    2019-2-21 · H9N2 AIV infection damaged the intestinal structure and induced intestinal bacterial translocations in mice. To evaluate whether intestinal injury is a common feature for chickens [] and mice infected with H9N2 AIV strain, we firstly detected live virus in cloacal swabs.H9N2 AIV strain was detected in all mice and …

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  • Manipulation of colonic bacteria and volatile fatty

    2002-8-12 · Amylomaize starch granules have been shown to be resistant to degradation in the small intestine (Muir et al. 1995) and therefore would be expected to be available in the colon as a substrate for the colonic bacteria. The effect of stimulation of indigenous bifidobacteria in the faeces of mice was clearly observed …

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  • Practices of IP applied to economic and social

    2016-3-15 · Inactive granules Enteric-coated microgranules comprised of seven layers Comparison of granules of between capsules and OD tablets Formulation Capsules OD tablets particle granules microgranules particle size ca. 1,000μm ca. 300μm number of particles ca. 200 ca. 10,000 (30mg products) Cross-Section …

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  • The zebrafish as a model for gastrointestinal tract ...

    2019-12-24 · The zebrafish (Danio rerio) has become a widely used vertebrate model for bacterial, fungal, viral, and protozoan infections.Due to its genetic tractability, large clutch sizes, ease of manipulation, and optical transparency during early life stages, it is a particularly useful model to address questions about the cellular …

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  • Mast Cells in Viral, Bacterial, and Fungal Infection

    2018-3-14 · 1. Introduction. Co-infecting parasite species can interact with one another, potentially altering both within-host infection dynamics [1–3] and between-host transmission (e.g. by increasing or decreasing parasite reproductive output or by altering host susceptibility) [2,4–7].In turn, changes in infection dynamics …

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  • Predicting the effects of parasite co-infection

    2010-12-12 · Applied temperature: 70 °C. Granules were dried on trays under ambient conditions (25 ± 2 °C) for 24 h. Preparation of tablets. The compositions of the granules are detailed in Table 1. Granules were compressed into tablets with a Korsch EK0 eccentric tablet machine (Emil Korsch Maschinenfabrik, Berlin, …

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  • Application of a Physiologically Based

    2021-4-22 · granules in the intestinal contents versus time at different doses were predicted. Then, the potential doses focused on several common zoonotic intestinal pathogens were predicted by combining the PK data and the MIC90 value of ENR. Meanwhile, further formulation strategies were provided based on parameter …

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  • Frontiers | Immune Cell Responses and

    2017-10-31 · Introduction. Infection with the worm Trichinella spiralis (T. spiralis) causes Trichinellosis, which is a parasitic disease caused by eating raw or undercooked pork or the meat of wild mammals that have been infected with T. spiralis.Pathological processes of trichinellosis have been divided in intestinal …

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  • Chemical conversion of human epidermal stem

    Intestinal goblet cells secrete mucus layers protecting the intestinal epithelia against injuries. It is challenging to study the interaction of goblet cells, mucus layers, and gut microbiota because of difficulty in producing goblet cells and mucus models. We generate intestinal goblet cells from human epidermal stem cells with two small …

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  • Effect of feeding Chinese herb medicine

    2019-2-21 · H9N2 AIV infection damaged the intestinal structure and induced intestinal bacterial translocations in mice. To evaluate whether intestinal injury is a common feature for chickens [] and mice infected with H9N2 AIV strain, we firstly detected live virus in cloacal swabs.H9N2 AIV strain was detected in all mice and …

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  • Distinct Pathogenesis and Host Responses

    2010-7-1 · During infection with P. aeruginosa, we observed marked intestinal distention, extracellular matrix accumulation in the intestinal lumen, extracellular material accumulation on the apical surface, enlargement of the rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), and abnormal autophagy in the host intestinal cells. The intestinal …

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  • The cross-kingdom interaction between

    2021-5-6 · The synergy between H.pylori and C.albicans in gastric diseases. H.pylori infection is positively correlated with yeast in gastric diseases [].A total of 36% gastric ulcers patients, 2% non-ulcerative dyspepsia patients, and 56% large-scale gastric ulcers (greater than 2 cm) patients with H.pylori have fungal co …

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  • Tissue dual RNA-seq allows fast discovery of

    2020-5-28 · Mucus is integral to gut health and its properties may be affected in neurological disease. Mucus comprises a hydrated network of polymers including glycosylated mucin proteins. We propose that factors that influence the nervous system may also affect the volume, viscosity, porosity of mucus composition and …

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  • Prevalence and Intensity of Entamoeba Histolytica in ...

    2016-11-30 · Unfortunately, the poor sanitary conditions in slum areas contribute to infection of intestinal parasites, however, very little is known about the prevalence of Entamoeba histolytica infection in patients attending health centres in …

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  • Review article: the human intestinal virome in

    2017-9-4 · The virome establishes a mutualistic relationship with eukaryotes/prokaryotes, contributing to intestinal homeostasis by influencing microbial ecology and host immunity. Composition of the virome is influenced by numerous factors that affect viruses directly (infection) or change host-cell …

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  • Granulomatous Diseases - Infectious Disease and ...

    Based on the causative agent (s) granulomas have a diverse etiology. They are classified into 4 groups: 1) T cell-mediated immune granulomas formed to infectious agents. 2) Granulomas with unknown etiology but with a T lymphocyte-mediated profile. 3) Foreign body granulomas induced by inanimate substances.

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  • The mouse gut T lymphocyte, a novel type of T

    Lymphocytes of the mouse intestinal mucosa, identified in tissue sections or purified suspensions of intraepithelial lymphocytes as T cells (gut T lymphocytes [GTL]), were studied in normal mice or in beige mice (the equivalent of the Chediak-Higashi syndrome in man, characterized by giant granules in various cell types, including …

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  • Tissue dual RNA-seq allows fast discovery of

    Rustgi, Que, and Wang discuss the biology of gastroesophageal stem cells and their role as the cell-of-origin in cancer. They summarize niche-stem cell interactions in metaplasia and early expansion of mutated stem-cell-derived clones during carcinogenesis. New approaches to study gastroesophageal stem cells and …

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  • Microscopy in Virology | Learn & Share | Leica

    MUST TO KNOW IN CLINICAL MICROSCOPY URINALYSIS. Nephron Basic structural unit of kidney 1M/kidney Urethra F: 3-4 cm M: 20 cm Urine formation (order) Glomerulus Bowman’s capsule PCT Loop of Henle DCT CD PCT 65% of reabsorption ADH Regulate H 2 O reabsorption in DCT and CD Urine composition 95 -97% H 2 …

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  • Stem cells and origins of cancer in the upper ...

    SANORINE. 80 ml, 200 ml Sanorine HA 0,025% Blue Liquid No. Reg. : DTL0632401040A1 80 ml, 200 ml Sanorine HA 0,1% Green Liquid No. Reg. : DTL0632401040B1

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  • MUST-KNOW Clinical Microscopy - StuDocu

    2021-7-14 · We investigated the reaction of mouse peritoneal mast cells (MCs) in vitro after IgG-containing immune complex introduction using A/H5N1 and A/H1N1pdm09 influenza viruses as antigens. The sera of immune mice served as a source of IgG antibodies. The concentration of histamine in the supernatants was …

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  • [Lactoferrin--its role in defense against infection

    Lactoferrin (LF) is an iron-binding protein found in milk and other secretory fluids of mammals as well as in secondary granules of neutrophils. Receptors for LF were detected and isolated on activated T and B cells, monocytes, intestinal brush border cells, platelets and neoplastic cells. Very low …

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  • Distinct Pathogenesis and Host Responses during

    2010-7-1 · During infection with P. aeruginosa, we observed marked intestinal distention, extracellular matrix accumulation in the intestinal lumen, extracellular material accumulation on the apical surface, enlargement of the rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), and abnormal autophagy in the host intestinal cells. The intestinal …

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  • JCI - Normal mouse intestinal mucus release

    2009-8-24 · Interestingly, intestinal crypt mucus and Paneth cell granules (which were found to accumulate in intestinal crypts in CF as does mucus) showed increased clearance and dissolution when CF mice were fed on a diet with HCO 3 –-rich polyethylene glycol laxative (59, 60). Conclusion

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  • Frontline defenders: goblet cell mediators dictate

    2018-3-8 · INTRODUCTION TO INTESTINAL GOBLET CELLS. The mammalian gastrointestinal (GI) tract is a unique and complex environment inhabited by vast numbers of commensal bacteria ().The containment of this enormous microbial burden within the gut lumen, without triggering overt inflammation, is a remarkable task and critical to the maintenance of intestinal …

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  • Natural and Experimental Infection of Caenorhabditis ...

    2017-4-1 · Natural and Experimental Infection of Caenorhabditis Nematodes by Novel Viruses Related to Nodaviruses Marie-Anne Fe´lix 1*., Alyson Ashe2., Jose´phine Piffaretti1., Guang Wu3, Isabelle Nuez1, Tony Be´licard , Yanfang Jiang3, Guoyan Zhao3, Carl J. Franz3, Leonard D. Goldstein2, Mabel Sanroman1, Eric A. Miska2*, …

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  • Optogenetic control of gut bacterial metabolism to

    2020-12-16 · In addition there seems to be a lot of noise from intestinal gut granules and aggregates in Figure 3B. These data could be improved if an additional label of mitochondria was used – either a membrane marker or dye, in order to ensure the changes seen are reflecting changes to mitochondrial network morphology and …

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  • Predicting the effects of parasite co-infection

    2018-3-14 · 1. Introduction. Co-infecting parasite species can interact with one another, potentially altering both within-host infection dynamics [1–3] and between-host transmission (e.g. by increasing or decreasing parasite reproductive output or by altering host susceptibility) [2,4–7].In turn, changes in infection dynamics …

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  • Frontiers | The Role of the Gastrointestinal Mucus

    2020-5-28 · Mucus is integral to gut health and its properties may be affected in neurological disease. Mucus comprises a hydrated network of polymers including glycosylated mucin proteins. We propose that factors that influence the nervous system may also affect the volume, viscosity, porosity of mucus composition and …

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  • Review article: the human intestinal virome in

    2017-9-4 · The virome establishes a mutualistic relationship with eukaryotes/prokaryotes, contributing to intestinal homeostasis by influencing microbial ecology and host immunity. Composition of the virome is influenced by numerous factors that affect viruses directly (infection) or change host-cell …

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  • Abdominal and pelvic actinomycosis due to

    2017-3-29 · Extensive lavage of the cavities with saline, a left salpingo-oophorectomy, and drainage of the cavities were performed. The histopathological examination of the surgical specimen revealed an acute salpingitis with abscesses containing sulfur granules. Therefore, the diagnosis of abdominal and pelvic …

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  • Optogenetic control of gut bacterial metabolism to

    2020-12-16 · In addition there seems to be a lot of noise from intestinal gut granules and aggregates in Figure 3B. These data could be improved if an additional label of mitochondria was used – either a membrane marker or dye, in order to ensure the changes seen are reflecting changes to mitochondrial network morphology and …

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  • Mucosal Exposure to Cigarette Components

    2019-9-25 · The impact of the cigarette on intestinal antimicrobial capacity incorporates in this scenario a third protagonist of the intestinal homeostasis: the intestinal microbiota. Our results suggest that the luminal arrival of CSC is capable of triggering an imbalance in the bacterial population, and in this way, contribute to …

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  • Review article: the human intestinal virome in

    2017-9-4 · The virome establishes a mutualistic relationship with eukaryotes/prokaryotes, contributing to intestinal homeostasis by influencing microbial ecology and host immunity. Composition of the virome is influenced by numerous factors that affect viruses directly (infection) or change host-cell …

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  • Regulation of Intestinal α-Defensin Activation by

    1999-10-1 · Precursors of α-defensin peptides require activation for bactericidal activity. In mouse small intestine, matrilysin colocalized with α-defensins (cryptdins) in Paneth cell granules, and in vitro it cleaved the pro segment from cryptdin precursors. Matrilysin-deficient (MAT−/−) mice lacked mature cryptdins and accumulated precursor molecules. Intestinal …

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  • Abdominal and pelvic actinomycosis due to

    2017-3-29 · Extensive lavage of the cavities with saline, a left salpingo-oophorectomy, and drainage of the cavities were performed. The histopathological examination of the surgical specimen revealed an acute salpingitis with abscesses containing sulfur granules. Therefore, the diagnosis of abdominal and pelvic …

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  • Influenza A virus infection impacts systemic

    2018-1-10 · Influenza A virus infection has minor impact on global LRT microbiome. a Individual Shannon H-index of LRT microbiota of baseline (gray circles), mock-treated (black squares) and IAV-infected mice (red triangles) pooled from four independent cages are depicted for indicated days of sampling. Median Shannon …

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  • A Role for Eosinophils in the Intestinal Immunity

    A Role for Eosinophils in the Intestinal Immunity against Infective Ascaris suumLarvae Dries Masure1, Johnny Vlaminck1, Tao Wang1, Koen Chiers2, Wim Van den Broeck3, Jozef Vercruysse1, Peter Geldhof1* 1Department of Virology, Parasitology and Immunology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Merelbeke, …

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  • Solosec. A General Drug Overview - Antibiotic

    2020-8-17 · The intestinal stem cells (ISCs), also called crypt-base columnar cells, are found at the base of the crypts and are marked by leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein coupled receptor 5 (Lgr5), which is involved in the Wnt-signaling pathway. 10 The Paneth cells are also found at the crypt base, interspersed with the ISCs. 11 …

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  • 16S rRNA Sequencing Analysis of the Gut

    2021-2-2 · 1. Introduction. The intestinal microbiota is a complex microbial community that has established a symbiotic relationship with its animal host [].It is well known that gut microbiota (GM) plays an essential role as a first-line defense in the intestinal mucosal barrier [].This microbial community has evolved together …

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  • Prevalence and Intensity of Entamoeba Histolytica in ...

    2016-11-30 · Unfortunately, the poor sanitary conditions in slum areas contribute to infection of intestinal parasites, however, very little is known about the prevalence of Entamoeba histolytica infection in patients attending health centres in …

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  • Human defensin 5 expression in intestinal

    1999-10-1 · Precursors of α-defensin peptides require activation for bactericidal activity. In mouse small intestine, matrilysin colocalized with α-defensins (cryptdins) in Paneth cell granules, and in vitro it cleaved the pro segment from cryptdin precursors. Matrilysin-deficient (MAT−/−) mice lacked mature cryptdins and accumulated precursor molecules. Intestinal …

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  • Regulation of Intestinal α-Defensin Activation by

    2020-12-16 · In addition there seems to be a lot of noise from intestinal gut granules and aggregates in Figure 3B. These data could be improved if an additional label of mitochondria was used – either a membrane marker or dye, in order to ensure the changes seen are reflecting changes to mitochondrial network morphology and …

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  • Optogenetic control of gut bacterial metabolism to

    2017-3-29 · Extensive lavage of the cavities with saline, a left salpingo-oophorectomy, and drainage of the cavities were performed. The histopathological examination of the surgical specimen revealed an acute salpingitis with abscesses containing sulfur granules. Therefore, the diagnosis of abdominal and pelvic …

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  • Abdominal and pelvic actinomycosis due to

    2017-9-4 · 1 THE HUMAN VIROME. Viruses are thought to be the most abundant and diverse entities on Earth, numbering as many as 10 31 virus-like particles (VLPs), 1 though this paradigm is likely to change in light of information from large-scale sequencing surveys of marine environments and improved analytical tools. 2 With …

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  • Review article: the human intestinal virome in

    2018-1-10 · Influenza A virus infection has minor impact on global LRT microbiome. a Individual Shannon H-index of LRT microbiota of baseline (gray circles), mock-treated (black squares) and IAV-infected mice (red triangles) pooled from four independent cages are depicted for indicated days of sampling. Median Shannon …

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