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Age-specific variations in hematological and biochemical parameters in middle- and large-sized of dogs

Lee SH, Kim JW, Lee BC, Oh HJ

Aging triggers cellular and molecular alterations, including genomic instability and organ dysfunction, which increases the risk of disease in mammals. Recently, due to the markedly growing number of aging dogs...
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Preputial gland adenoma in a wild nutria (Myocastor coypus): a case report

Kong JY, Kim HS, Yeon SC, Park JK, Jeong KS, Hong IH

Tumor incidence in wild mammals is reportedly very low. Wild nutria, a large rodent, is known to carry many infectious diseases, but rarely exhibits neoplastic diseases. We necropsied a male...
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Fracture analysis of wild mammals in South Korea

This study was conducted to evaluate and analyze fractures types in wild mammals in Korea. Wild mammals treated at 3 wildlife centers in Korea were included. Of the 63 cases...
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Infections of Two Isthmiophora Species (Digenea: Echinostomatidae) in Wild Mammals from Republic of Korea with Their Morphological Descriptions

Choe S, Na KJ, Kim Y, Jeong DH, Yang JJ, Eom KS

Isthmiophora hortensis (Digenea: Echinostomatidae) is a dominant echinostome in animal reservoir hosts and humans in the Republic of Korea (Korea). We intended to investigate the infection status with this echinostome...
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Adult Stem Cells in Hibernation: Future Perspectives of Space Travel

Chen YC, Aui SP, Lai YS, Chang KT

Space traveling is imperative for mankind in the future. Expectedly, hibernation will become an option for space traveler to overcome the endless voyage. With regard to some of the studies...
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Tracking acute phase protein response during acute and chronic Toxoplasma gondii infection

Atmaca HT, Gazyagci A, Terzi OS, Dincel GC, Sumer T

Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii, which occurs worldwide in mammals and birds. Brain is the primary target organ because Toxoplasma gondii is a ubiquitous intracellular...
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Effect of STAT3 on Lysophosphatidic Acid-Induced Oral Cancer Cell Invasion

Song ZH, Cho KH, Kim JY, Lee HY

BACKGROUND: Oral cancer has a high incidence worldwide and has been closely associated with smoking, alcohol, and infection by the human papillomavirus. Metastasis is highly important for oral cancer survival....
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History of Tsutsugamushi Disease in Korea

Chung MH, Kang JS

Tsutsugamushi disease or scrub typhus in Korea was first officially reported in foreign soldiers in 1951 and in indigenous persons in 1986. However, the history is further prolonged. The book...
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Development of a mouse model for pulp-dentin complex regeneration research: a preliminary study

Kim S, Lee S, Jung HS, Kim SY, Kim E

OBJECTIVES: To achieve pulp-dentin complex regeneration with tissue engineering, treatment efficacies and safeties should be evaluated using in vivo orthotopic transplantation in a sufficient number of animals. Mice have been...
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Alteration of Genomic Imprinting Status of Human Parthenogenetic Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells during Neural Lineage Differentiation

Lee HJ, Choi NY, Lee SW, Lee Y, Ko K, Kim GJ, Hwang HS, Ko K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Genomic imprinting modulates growth and development in mammals and is associated with genetic disorders. Although uniparental embryonic stem cells have been used to study genomic imprinting, there...
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Anisakidosis

Kim HU

Anisakidosis is a term that collectively refers to a human infection caused by larvae of the family Anisakidae. Because Anisakis simplex was the main cause, it was originally called anisakiasis...
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Recent progress in microneme-based vaccines development against Toxoplasma gondii

Foroutan M, Zaki L, Ghaffarifar F

Toxoplasmosis is a cosmopolitan zoonotic disease, which infect several warm-blooded mammals. More than one-third of the human population are seropositive worldwide. Due to the high seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii infection...
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Adenine attenuates lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammatory reactions

Silwal P, Lim K, Heo JY, Park JI, Namgung U, Park SK

A nucleobase adenine is a fundamental component of nucleic acids and adenine nucleotides. Various biological roles of adenine have been discovered. It is not produced from degradation of adenine nucleotides...
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Molecular Prevalence of Cryptosporidium spp. among Companion Birds Kept in Pet Shops in Japan

Iijima Y, Itoh N, Phrompraphai T, Ito Y, Kimura Y, Kameshima

Cryptosporidium is the most common protozoan that can infect a wide range of animals, including mammals and birds. Avian Cryptosporidium spp. can cause enteric and respiratory diseases which can be...
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Basic Understanding of Iron Metabolism

Suh JK, Jeon IS

Iron is critical for almost all living organisms because it serves as a cofactor for many proteins and enzymes necessary for oxygen and energy metabolism. Disruption of iron homeostasis is...
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Role of Carbon Monoxide in Neurovascular Repair Processing

Choi YK

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a gaseous molecule produced from heme by heme oxygenase (HO). Endogenous CO production occurring at low concentrations is thought to have several useful biological roles. In...
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System-Wide Expression and Function of Olfactory Receptors in Mammals

Oh SJ

Olfactory receptors (ORs) in mammals are generally considered to function as chemosensors in the olfactory organs of animals. They are membrane proteins that traverse the cytoplasmic membrane seven times and...
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Toll-like receptor 2 promotes neurogenesis from the dentate gyrus after photothrombotic cerebral ischemia in mice

Seong KJ, Kim HJ, Cai B, Kook MS, Jung JY, Kim WJ

The subgranular zone (SGZ) of hippocampal dentate gyrus (HDG) is a primary site of adult neurogenesis. Toll-like receptors (TLRs), are involved in neural system development of Drosophila and innate immune...
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Endoparasites of Small Mammals in Edo State, Nigeria: Public Health Implications

Isaac C, Igbinosa B, Ohiolei JA, Osimen CE

Some small mammals occur as household pests and harbour a number of parasites that could be of public health importance. This study profiled the helminth and protozoan parasites in trapped...
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Anisakiasis Involving the Oral Mucosa

Choi SK, Kim CK, Kim SH, Jo DI

Anisakis is a parasite with life cycles involving fish and marine mammals. Human infection, anisakiasis, occurs with the ingestion of raw infected seafood and usually presents with acute or chronic...
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