*TALO’s LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY A Note on Hyphenation tel: +31 35 69 32 801; fax: +31 35 69 75 993 e-mail: [email protected]; http://www.talo.nl/ All rights reserved. Without limiting the rights under copyright reserved above, no part of this production may be re-produced, stored in or introduced into a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means (electronic,mechanical, photoco
- A |
J |K |
U |V |
Shk32-3 1.2Injury, Inflammation, and Sepsis: Laboratory and OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE SHOCK SOCIETY, THE EUROPEAN SHOCK SOCIETY, THE INDONESIAN SHOCK SOCIETY, THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SHOCK SOCIETIES, AND THE OFFICIAL AND INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN Christoph Schmidt, Birgu¨l Kurt, Klaus Ho¨cherl, Inhibition of NF-.B Activity Prevents Downregulation of !1-Adrenergic Receptors and Circulatory Failure During CLP-Induced Sepsis Laurent Argaud, Olivier Garrier, Joseph Loufouat, Second-Generation Sulfonylureas Preserve Inhibition of Mitochondrial Ludovic Gomez, Elisabeth Couture-Lepetit, Permeability Transition by the Mitochondrial K+ATP Opener Nicorandil in Experimental Myocardial Infarction Role of Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase in Ovine Sepsis Model Yoshimitsu Nakano, Atsumori Hamahata,Collette Jonkam, Jianpu Wang, Stefan Jaroch,Lillian Traber, David Herndon,and Daniel Traber The Novel Inosine Analogue INO-2002 Exerts an Anti-Inflammatory Kanneganti G.K. Murthy, William Williams, Effect in a Murine Model of Acute Lung Injury Garry J. Southan, Andrew L. Salzman, andCsaba Szabo Evodiamine Represses Hypoxia-Induced Inflammatory Proteins Der-Yi Huang, Jih-Hwa Guh, Chieh-Yu Peng, Expression and Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 1! Accumulation Rivastigmine Reverses Habituation Memory Impairment Observed in Tatiana Barichello, Joa˜o Quevedo,and Felipe Dal-Pizzol Effects of Carvedilol on Mortality and Inflammatory Responses to Severe Chieh-Liang Wu, Liang-Yi Lin, Hsueh-Mei Yeh, Delay of LPS-Induced Acute Lung Injury Resolution by Soluble Immune Yesim Ozarda Ilcol, Zeki Yilmaz, Mehmet Cansev, Choline or CDP-Choline Alters Serum Lipid Responses to Endotoxin in Dogs and Rats: Involvement of the Peripheral NicotinicAcetylcholine Receptors Attenuation of the Effects of Rat Hemorrhagic Shock with a Reperfusion Erik Waage Nielsen, Bernt Christian Hellerud, A New Dynamic Porcine Model of Meningococcal Shock Ebbe Billmann Thorgersen, Albert Castellheim,Anne Pharo, Julie Lindstad, Tor Inge TLnnessen, Qing Yuan, Yu-Ying Liu, Kai Sun, Chun-Hua Chen, Improving Effect of Pretreatment with Yiqifumai on LPS-Induced Microcirculatory Disturbance in Rat Mesentery Shu-Wen Zhang, Zheng-Liang Ye, Jing-Yu Fan,and Jing-Yan Han Peroxisome ProliferatorYActivated ReceptorY+ Ligands 15-Deoxy-%12,14-Prostaglandin J2 and Pioglitazone Inhibit Hydroxyl Peroxide-Induced TNF-! and Lipopolysaccharide-Induced CXC Chemokine Expression in Neonatal Rat Cardiac Myocytes Mikulas Chavko, Saleena Adeeb, Stephen T. Ahlers, Attenuation of Pulmonary Inflammation After Exposure to Blast Thalidomide Suppresses Sclerosing Encapsulating Peritonitis in a Paolo Mondello, Michele Buemi, Carmelo Aloisi,and Salvatore Cuzzocrea Acute Liver Injury and Biomarkers: A Biological Lesson from To the Editor: Noureddine Loukili and Lucas Liaudet A Large-Bolus Injection, But Not a Continuous Infusion of Sodium SHOCK\ is abstracted and/or indexed in Index Medicus, MEDLINE, Current Contents\/Life Sciences, Science Citation Index\, SciSearch\, Research Alert\, the Biochemistry & Biophysics Citation Indexi, and Reference Update COVER: Area of hemorrhage (B) and inflammation (C) 2 days after blast at high power. Arrows indicate alveolar septa expanded up to threetimes normal by erythrocytes, fibrin, inflammatory cells (mostly macrophages and lymphocytes), and fibroblasts (B). Alveoli containmoderate numbers of inflammatory cells (macrophages, lymphocytes, fewer neutrophils), and low amounts of fibrin and edema (pinkflocculent material), hemorrhage, and cellular debris (C), also normal lung (A). Magnification: 200x. See Chavko et al., pages 325Y331, 2009.
Case 002 defendant likely ‘unfit’ Thomas Miller August 31, 2011 A physician who has examined Khmer Rouge “First Lady” Ieng Thirith said in court yesterday that she would have “great difficulty” testifying in her own defence, casting further doubt on her fitness to stand trial during hearings at Cambodia’s war crimes tribunal. New Zealand geriatrician John Campbell made the