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Crystal D Karakochuk et al.
The Journal of nutrition, 145(1), 134-142 (2014-12-21)
Anemia is common in Cambodian women. Potential causes include micronutrient deficiencies, genetic hemoglobin disorders, inflammation, and disease. We aimed to investigate factors associated with anemia (low hemoglobin concentration) in rural Cambodian women (18-45 y) and to investigate the relations between
Céline Termote et al.
Food and nutrition bulletin, 35(4), 458-479 (2015-02-03)
Wild foods and their actual and potential contributions to nutrition security have rarely been studied or considered in nutrition and conservation programs. To study the role of wild food biodiversity in achieving a cost reduction of a nutritionally adequate diet
Shuichi Sekine et al.
Toxicology and applied pharmacology, 282(3), 237-243 (2014-12-30)
Patients with long-lasting hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection are at major risk of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Iron accumulation in the livers of these patients is thought to exacerbate conditions of oxidative stress. Transgenic mice that express the HCV core protein
Oliver M Theusinger
Praxis, 103(21), 1257-1262 (2014-10-12)
Blood transfusions are in general considered as lifesaving. Current data and evidence show, that blood transfusions are associated with increased morbidity and mortality, and this apparently dose-dependent. Basic research and results from randomized controlled trials show a causal relationship between
Ferric carboxymaltose increases epoetin-α response and prevents iron deficiency before elective orthopaedic surgery.
E Rineau et al.
British journal of anaesthesia, 113(2), 296-298 (2014-07-20)
Iadviga Zhelezinskaia et al.
Science (New York, N.Y.), 346(6210), 742-744 (2014-11-08)
The minor extent of sulfur isotope fractionation preserved in many Neoarchean sedimentary successions suggests that sulfate-reducing microorganisms played an insignificant role in ancient marine environments, despite evidence that these organisms evolved much earlier. We present bulk, microdrilled, and ion probe
Jill Harned et al.
Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1840(10), 3138-3144 (2014-06-28)
Blood-barrier systems are essential in controlling iron levels in organs such as the brain and eye, both of which experience hypoxia in pathological conditions. While hypoxia's effects on numerous iron regulatory and storage proteins have been studied, little is known
V N Lukach et al.
Anesteziologiia i reanimatologiia, (1)(1), 78-81 (2014-04-23)
The article reviews recent studies of iron exchange and its role in a traumatic disease and traumatic shock. The review stresses a relationship of iron metabolism disturbance with free radical oxidation, lipid peroxidation and multiple organ dysfunctions. The article deals
Yongwei Song et al.
Environmental technology, 35(17-20), 2538-2545 (2014-08-26)
It is well documented that bioleaching with the co-inoculation ofAcidithiobacillus ferrooxidans and Acidithiobacillus thiooxidans can drastically enhance sludge dewaterability under ambient temperature condition, but little information on low temperature effect on bioleached sludge dewaterability is available. In this study, the
Scott J Dixon et al.
Nature chemical biology, 10(1), 9-17 (2013-12-19)
The transition metal iron is essential for life, yet potentially toxic iron-catalyzed reactive oxygen species (ROS) are unavoidable in an oxygen-rich environment. Iron and ROS are increasingly recognized as important initiators and mediators of cell death in a variety of
Vivek Kumar Srivastava et al.
The Biochemical journal, 463(1), 103-114 (2014-07-06)
Iron is an essential nutrient for all living organisms and human pathogens employ a battery of factors to scavenge iron from the high-affinity iron-binding host proteins. In the present study, we have elucidated, via a candidate gene approach, major iron
Ewelina Łukaszyk et al.
Przeglad lekarski, 71(2), 95-97 (2014-07-16)
Subclinical inflammation is one of the key mechanisms responsible for the development and progression of chronic kidney disease. It may stem from uremia, ongoing inflammation in kidney as well as latent bacterial and viral infections. Inflammation also plays a significant
Non-intravenous approaches to iron therapy in chronic kidney disease: will it improve the benefit-to-risk ratio?
Anatole Besarab
Nephrology news & issues, 28(2), 12-12 (2014-03-22)
Nanda Kumar N Shanmugam et al.
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), 193(3), 1398-1407 (2014-06-29)
States of chronic inflammation such as inflammatory bowel disease are often associated with dysregulated iron metabolism and the consequent development of an anemia that is caused by maldistribution of iron. Abnormally elevated expression of the hormone hepcidin, the central regulator
Maria Wilhelm et al.
Clinical nephrology, 81(4), 251-258 (2014-03-25)
Hyperphosphatemia in advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD) necessitates the use of phosphate binders. This in vitro study assessed phosphate binding and Fe release properties of the novel iron-based phosphate binder PA21. Phosphate adsorption and Fe release were assessed under conditions
Mary K Sherwood et al.
Chemosphere, 113, 56-61 (2014-07-30)
Modified Fenton (MF) chemistry was tested in the laboratory to treat three diesel fuel-contaminated soils from the Canadian arctic rich in soil organic matter (SOM) and Fe oxides. Reactors were dosed with hydrogen peroxide (HP), and treatment was compared in
S J Ford et al.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 96(4), 275-278 (2014-05-02)
The incidence of oesophageal adenocarcinoma (OAC) is rising dramatically and overall survival remains extremely poor. Iron has been shown to potentiate tumourigenesis in OAC, and iron chelation therapy demonstrates promise in vivo as an adjunct to neoadjuvant and palliative chemotherapy.
Oriana Marques et al.
Cancer letters, 347(1), 1-14 (2014-02-04)
Iron is an essential element and a critical component of molecules involved in energy production, cell cycle and intermediate metabolism. However, the same characteristic chemistry that makes it so biologically versatile may lead to iron-associated toxicity as a consequence of
[Cutting-edge of medicine; iron metabolism--recent findings].
Hideo Harigae
Nihon Naika Gakkai zasshi. The Journal of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine, 102(10), 2699-2704 (2014-01-10)
Evelyn Yamal-Turbay et al.
Environmental technology, 35(13-16), 1695-1701 (2014-06-25)
Despite being acknowledged as an emerging contaminant, sulphamethazine (SMT) degradation has received scarce attention in the advanced oxidation processes field. Thus, this work addresses the degradation of SMT in water solutions (12 L of 25mgL-1 samples) by means of a
Yukio Miyamoto et al.
AJR. American journal of roentgenology, 202(4), W400-W407 (2014-03-26)
The objective of our study was to compare the efficacy of contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) using the ultrasound contrast agent Sonazoid (perflubutane) with unenhanced ultrasound and supplementary contrast-enhanced MRI in the differential diagnosis (benign vs malignant) of focal breast lesions. The
Vitria Adisetiyo et al.
Radiology, 272(2), 524-532 (2014-06-18)
To comprehensively assess brain iron levels in typically developing control subjects and patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) when psychostimulant medication history is accounted for. This prospective study was approved by the institutional review board, and informed consent was
Pirkko Peuranpää et al.
Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica, 93(7), 654-660 (2014-06-11)
To assess the impact of anemia and iron deficiency on health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in women treated for heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB). Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. Five university hospitals in Finland. A total of 236 women
Xuechao Guo et al.
Chemosphere, 112, 1-8 (2014-07-23)
Iron (Fe) has been widely applied to treat arsenic (As)-contaminated water, and Fe could influence bioavailability and toxicity of As. However, little is known about the impact of As and/or Fe on gut microbiota, which plays important roles in host
Roberta J Ward et al.
The Lancet. Neurology, 13(10), 1045-1060 (2014-09-19)
In the CNS, iron in several proteins is involved in many important processes such as oxygen transportation, oxidative phosphorylation, myelin production, and the synthesis and metabolism of neurotransmitters. Abnormal iron homoeostasis can induce cellular damage through hydroxyl radical production, which
Yingxun Liu et al.
Journal of biomedical nanotechnology, 10(8), 1574-1587 (2014-07-16)
To evaluate the effects of iron oxide nanoparticles on genes from different cell lines in this study, mouse macrophage RAW264.7 and hepatocyte Hepa1-6 cell lines were treated with DMSA-coated Fe3O4 nanoparticles. Two doses were used, 50 microg/mL and 100 microg/mL
Biochemistry. Fishing for peroxidase protons.
John T Groves et al.
Science (New York, N.Y.), 345(6193), 142-143 (2014-07-12)
James C Barton et al.
The American journal of the medical sciences, 349(1), 50-55 (2015-01-07)
Primary iron overload in African Americans has been reported predominantly from autopsy studies. We characterized hepatic iron phenotypes in 83 African Americans who underwent liver biopsy during the interval 1990 to 1995. We tabulated pathology report form data, iron grades
Satoshi Wakai et al.
Microbial ecology, 68(3), 519-527 (2014-05-28)
Elemental iodine is produced in Japan from underground brine (fossil salt water). Carbon steel pipes in an iodine production facility at Chiba, Japan, for brine conveyance were found to corrode more rapidly than those in other facilities. The corroding activity
Antonino Missineo et al.
Infection and immunity, 82(6), 2448-2459 (2014-04-02)
Staphylococcus lugdunensis is a coagulase-negative staphylococcus that is a commensal of humans and an opportunistic pathogen. It can cause a spectrum of infections, including those that are associated with the ability to form biofilm, such as occurs with endocarditis or
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