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- 1. 妊娠中の微量な赤血球抗体の意義 significance of minor red blood cell antibodies during pregnancy
- 2. 赤血球抗原および抗体のプライマー a primer of red blood cell antigens and antibodies
- 3. 抗GBM抗体（グッドパスチャー）病の病因および診断 pathogenesis and diagnosis of anti gbm antibody goodpastures disease
- 4. 抗好中球細胞質抗体の臨床的な意味 clinical spectrum of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies
- 5. 水疱性類天疱瘡および粘膜類天疱瘡の臨床的特徴および診断 clinical features and diagnosis of bullous pemphigoid and mucous membrane pemphigoid
- Revisiting eukaryotic anti-infective biotherapeutics.
- Rishi P, Singh AP, Arora S, Garg N, Kaur IP.Author information Department of Microbiology, Panjab University , Chandigarh, Chandigarh , India and.AbstractAbstract Emerging drug resistance has forced the scientific community to revisit the observational data documented in the folklore and come up with novel and effective alternatives. Candidates from eukaryotic origin including herbal products and antimicrobial peptides are finding a strategic place in the therapeutic armamentarium against infectious diseases. These agents have recently gained interest owing to their versatile applications. Present review encompasses the use of these alternative strategies in their native or designer form, alone or in conjunction with antibiotics, as possible remedial measures. Further to this, the limitations or the possible concerns associated with these options are also discussed at length.
- Critical reviews in microbiology.Crit Rev Microbiol.2014 Nov;40(4):281-92. doi: 10.3109/1040841X.2012.749210. Epub 2013 Jan 15.
- Abstract Emerging drug resistance has forced the scientific community to revisit the observational data documented in the folklore and come up with novel and effective alternatives. Candidates from eukaryotic origin including herbal products and antimicrobial peptides are finding a strategic place i
- PMID 23317462
- Inhibition of biofilm formation and antibacterial properties of a silver nano-coating on human dentine.
- Besinis A, De Peralta T, Handy RD.Author information School of Biomedical and Biological Sciences, The University of Plymouth , Plymouth PL4 8AA , UK.AbstractAbstract The survival of pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity depends on their successful adhesion to dental surfaces and their ability to develop into biofilms, known as dental plaque. Bacteria from the dental plaque are responsible for the development of dental caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, stomatitis and peri-implantitis. Certain metal nanoparticles have been suggested for infection control and the management of the oral biofilm. Here, it is shown that application of a silver nano-coating directly on dentine can successfully prevent the biofilm formation on dentine surfaces as well as inhibit bacterial growth in the surrounding media. This silver nano-coating was found to be stable (>98.8%) and to maintain its integrity in biological fluids. Its antibacterial activity was compared to silver nitrate and the widely used clinical antiseptic, chlorhexidine. The bacterial growth and cell viability were quantitatively assessed by measuring the turbidity, proportion of live and dead cells and lactate production. All three bioassays showed that silver nanoparticles and silver nitrate dentine coatings were equally highly bactericidal (>99.5%), while inhibiting bacterial adhesion. However, the latter caused significant dentine discolouration (ΔE* = 50.3). The chlorhexidine coating showed no antibacterial effect. Thus, silver nanoparticles may be a viable alternative to both chlorhexidine and silver nitrate, protecting from dental plaque and secondary caries when applied as a dentine coating, while they may provide the platform for creating anti-biofilm surfaces in medical devices and other biomedical applications.
- Nanotoxicology.Nanotoxicology.2014 Nov;8:745-54. doi: 10.3109/17435390.2013.825343. Epub 2013 Aug 7.
- Abstract The survival of pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity depends on their successful adhesion to dental surfaces and their ability to develop into biofilms, known as dental plaque. Bacteria from the dental plaque are responsible for the development of dental caries, gingivitis, periodontitis,
- PMID 23875717
- anti-RNPantibody 0 No. 168 anti-Smantibody 1（0.6％) ≧ 1.2ppb 0 PCBconcentration * P＜ 0.05vs. PCBconcentration＜ 1.2ppb. Table 2 Antibodiesto specific nuclear antigensinYusho patientswith high PCB 9（5.6％） 1（0 0 ...
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