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microRNA-155 inhibition restores Fibroblast Growth Factor 7 expression in diabetic skin and decreases wound inflammation

Treatment for chronic diabetic foot ulcers is limited by the inability to simultaneously address the excessive inflammation and impaired re-epithelization and remodeling. Impaired re-epithelization leads to significantly delayed wound closure and excessive inflammation causes tissue destruction, both enhancing wound pathogen colonization. Among many differentially expressed...

Chemokine Receptor Expression on Normal Blood CD56

Margarida Lima,1 Magdalena Leander,1 Marlene Santos,1 Ana Helena Santos,1 Catarina Lau,1 Maria Luís Queirós,1 Marta Gonçalves,1 Sónia Fonseca,1 João Moura,1 Maria dos Anjos Teixeira,1 and Alberto Orfao2 ... research question, literature review, study design, data collection and interpretation, statistical analysis, and report writing. Ana Helena Santos, Catarina Lau, João Moura, Magdalena Leander, Marlene

Chemokine Receptor Expression on Normal Blood CD56

Margarida Lima,1 Magdalena Leander,1 Marlene Santos,1 Ana Helena Santos,1 Catarina Lau,1 Maria Luís Queirós,1 Marta Gonçalves,1 Sónia Fonseca,1 João Moura,1 Maria dos Anjos Teixeira,1 and Alberto Orfao2 ... research question, literature review, study design, data collection and interpretation, statistical analysis, and report writing. Ana Helena Santos, Catarina Lau, João Moura, Magdalena Leander, Marlene

Chemokine Receptor Expression on Normal Blood CD56

Margarida Lima,1 Magdalena Leander,1 Marlene Santos,1 Ana Helena Santos,1 Catarina Lau,1 Maria Luís Queirós,1 Marta Gonçalves,1 Sónia Fonseca,1 João Moura,1 Maria dos Anjos Teixeira,1 and Alberto Orfao2 ... research question, literature review, study design, data collection and interpretation, statistical analysis, and report writing. Ana Helena Santos, Catarina Lau, João Moura, Magdalena Leander, Marlene

Multicentric Genome-Wide Association Study for Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax

Despite elevated incidence and recurrence rates for Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax (PSP), little is known about its etiology, and the genetics of idiopathic PSP remains unexplored. To identify genetic variants contributing to sporadic PSP risk, we conducted the first PSP genome-wide association study. Two replicate pools of 92 Portuguese PSP cases and of 129 age- and sex...