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BioMed Research International

Print ISSN
2314-6133
Electronic ISSN
2314-6141
Publisher
Hindawi Publishing Corporation

  1. Factors associated with spontaneous clearance of hepatitis C virus in chinese population.

    BioMed research international 2014:527030 (2014) PMID 25133165 PMCID PMC4123573

    Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections spontaneously clear in approximately 15-45% of infected individuals. Factors which influence spontaneous HCV clearance remain to be identified. The purpose of the present study was to identify variables associated with spontaneous HCV clearance in a referred popula...
  2. Biomarkers in Women's Cancers, Gynecology, and Obstetrics.

    BioMed research international 2014:602340 (2014) PMID 25133172 PMCID PMC4120780

  3. Genetics of Alzheimer's disease.

    BioMed research international 2013:254954 (2013) PMID 23984328 PMCID PMC3741956

    We review the known genetics of early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease....
  4. Aorta structural alterations in term neonates: the role of birth and maternal characteristics.

    BioMed research international 2013:459168 (2013) PMID 23984364 PMCID PMC3741912

    To evaluate the influence of selected maternal and neonatal characteristics on aorta walls in term, appropriately grown-for-gestational age newborns. Age, parity, previous abortions, weight, height, body mass index before and after delivery, smoking, and history of hypertension, of diabetes, of card...
  5. Development of bioadhesive chitosan superporous hydrogel composite particles based intestinal drug delivery system.

    BioMed research international 2013:563651 (2013) PMID 23984380 PMCID PMC3747347

    Bioadhesive superporous hydrogel composite (SPHC) particles were developed for an intestinal delivery of metoprolol succinate and characterized for density, porosity, swelling, morphology, and bioadhesion studies. Chitosan and HPMC were used as bioadhesive and release retardant polymers, respectivel...
  6. Antibodies against food antigens in patients with autistic spectrum disorders.

    BioMed research international 2013:729349 (2013) PMID 23984403 PMCID PMC3747333

    Immune system of some autistic patients could be abnormally triggered by gluten/casein assumption. The prevalence of antibodies to gliadin and milk proteins in autistic children with paired/impaired intestinal permeability and under dietary regimen either regular or restricted is reported. 162 ASDs...
  7. High intensity physical exercise and pain in the neck and upper limb among slaughterhouse workers: cross-sectional study.

    BioMed research international 2014:218546 (2014) PMID 24527440 PMCID PMC3910536

    We investigated the association between high intensity physical exercise and pain among 595 slaughterhouse workers in Denmark, Europe. Using logistic regression analyses, odds ratios for pain and work disability as a function of physical exercise, gender, age, BMI, smoking, and job position were est...
  8. Network analysis of neurodegenerative disease highlights a role of Toll-like receptor signaling.

    BioMed research international 2014:686505 (2014) PMID 24551850 PMCID PMC3914352

    We present an efficient computational method based on protein-protein interaction network (PPI) to model the functional network of NDs. The aim of this work is fourfold: (i) reconstruction of a PPI network relating to the NDs, (ii) construction of an association network between diseases based on pro...
  9. Mesenchymal stem cells for regenerative therapy: optimization of cell preparation protocols.

    BioMed research international 2014:951512 (2014) PMID 24511552 PMCID PMC3912818

    Administration of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) is an innovative approach for the treatment of a range of diseases that are not curable by current therapies including heart failure. A number of clinical trials have been completed and many others are ongoing; more than 2,000 patie...
  10. The evidence for nerve repair in obstetric brachial plexus palsy revisited.

    BioMed research international 2014:434619 (2014) PMID 24551845 PMCID PMC3914347

    Strong scientific validation for nerve reconstructive surgery in infants with Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy is lacking, as no randomized trial comparing surgical reconstruction versus conservative treatment has been performed. A systematic review of the literature was performed to identify studies...