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Type: Artigo
Title: Inhibition of hypoxia-associated response and kynurenine production in response to hyperbaric oxygen as mechanisms involved in protection against experimental cerebral malaria
Author: Bastos, Marcelo F.
Kayano, Ana Carolina A. V.
Silva-Filho, 1 João Luiz
Dos-Santos, João Conrado K.
Judice, Carla
Blanco, Yara C.
Shryock, Nathaniel
Sercundes, Michelle K.
Ortolan, Luana S.
Francelin, Carolina
Leite, Juliana A.
Abstract: Cerebral malaria (CM) is a multifactorial syndrome involving an exacerbated proinflammatory status, endothelial cell activation, coagulopathy, hypoxia, and accumulation of leukocytes and parasites in the brain microvasculature. Despite significant improve
Subject: Cérebro
Receptores de hidrocarboneto arílico
Triptofano - Metabolismo
Células endoteliais
Oxigenação hiperbárica
Malaria cerebral
Receptors, Aryl hydrocarbon
Tryptophan - Metabolism
Endothelial cells
Hyperbaric oxygenation
Cerebral malaria
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1096/fj.201700844R
Date Issue: 2018
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