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Clinical importance of immunonutrition in infants: a review of the recent literature

Park JS

During the last decades, the role of nutrition has been well elucidated in medicine, especially among critically ill infants and children. Many nutrients have the potential to modulate the immune...
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Inflammatory cytokines in patients with pesticide poisoning: a pilot study

Kim HJ, Kim WJ, Lee DW, Jung SH, Cho NJ, Park S, Lee EY, Gil HW

Purpose: Acute pesticide poisoning is lethal and can lead to death. A few studies about the effects of acute pesticide poisoning have focused on the immune system. In the current...
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Interplay of Vitamin D and CYP3A4 Polymorphisms in Endocrine Disorders and Cancer

Kasarla SS, Garikapati V, Kumar Y, Dodoala S

Vitamin D has received considerable optimistic attention as a potentially important factor in many pathological states over the past few decades. However, the proportion of the active form of vitamin...
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Murine Mammary Carcinoma Induces Chronic Systemic Inflammation and Immunosuppression in BALB/c Mice

Fuentes D, Cabezas-Cruz A, Mesa C, Carmenate T, Martínez D, Valdés-Zayas A, Montero E, Pérez R

Purpose: The F3II cell line is a highly invasive variant of mammary carcinoma. Although it is frequently used as a model to evaluate the efficacy of immunotherapy, its impact on...
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Identification of Key Genes and Pathways in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus by Integrated Bioinformatics Analysis

Li X, Liao M, Guan J, Zhou L, Shen R, Long M, Shao J

Background: The onset and progression of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is closely related to autoimmunity. Effective monitoring of the immune system and developing targeted therapies are frontier fields in...
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Changes in Human Gene Expression After Sleep Deprivation

Sun JY, Kim JW, Yim SV, Oh M, Kang WS

Objectives: Sleep is fundamental to maintaining homeostatic control and has behavioral and psychological effects on humans. To better understand the function and pathophysiology of sleep, specific gene expressions in reference...
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Psychobiotic Therapy: Method to Reinforce the Immune System

Magalhães-Guedes KT

Psychobiotics are probiotic microorganisms that beneficially affect the central nervous system functions mediated by the gut-brain axis, improving the host’s immune system. Psychobiotic microorganisms can regulate brain pathways and serotonin...
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Vitamin D and the Immune System in Menopause: A Review

Min J, Jo H, Chung YJ, Song JY, Kim MJ, Kim MR

Menopause is a normal phenomenon in a woman’s life cycle involving multiple health-related issues that contribute to physical instability. Changes in the immune system in postmenopausal women are caused by...
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In Vitro Models Mimicking Immune Response in the Skin

Moon S, Kim DH, Shin JU

The skin is the first line of defense of our body, and it is composed of the epidermis and dermis with diverse immune cells. Various in vitro models have been...
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Immunological mechanism of postherpetic neuralgia and effect of pregabalin treatment on the mechanism: a prospective single-arm observational study

Mercan A, Uzun ST, Keles S, Hacibeyoglu G, Yilmaz R, Reisli R

Background: Although neuropathic pain is a severe and common pain, its pathophysiology has not been elucidated yet. Studies in recent years have focused on the immune system’s role in the...
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Immunomodulatory Effects of Human Colostrum and Milk

Kim YJ

The immune system is not fully developed in human neonates and infants; breastfeeding is important in this stage as the bioactive components of human breast milk are known to have...
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Toll-like receptor 9, a possible blocker of non-alcoholicsteatohepatitis?

Jeong SW

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Neuroinflammation, Gut-Brain Axis and Depression

Evrensel A, Ünsalver B, Ceylan ME

Psychiatric diseases are the manifestations that result from the individual’s genetic structure, physiology, immunology and ways of coping with environmental stressors. The current psychiatric diagnostic systems do not include any...
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Association between green areas and allergic disease in Korean adults: a cross-sectional study

Kim HJ, Min JY, Kim HJ, Min KB

BACKGROUND: Although many epidemiological studies have reported the inverse associations between greenness and health outcomes, inconsistent associations in allergic diseases remain an issue. We aimed to identify associations between greenness...
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Effect of immune-enhancing enteral nutrition formula enriched with plant-derived n-3 fatty acids on natural killer cell activity in rehabilitation patients

Cho JM, Choi HS, Cho YS, Park SY, Kim DY, Lee JH

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Enteral nutrition formulas with immune-enhancing nutrients, such as n-3 fatty acids, may manage patients' nutritional status and pathophysiological processes. The aim of our study was to investigate natural killer...
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Biomarkers for Evaluating the Inflammation Status in Patients with Cancer

Guner A, Kim HI

Inflammation can be a causative factor for carcinogenesis or can result from a consequence of cancer progression. Moreover, cancer therapeutic interventions can also induce an inflammatory response. Various inflammatory parameters...
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Development of Airway Allergic Diseases and Immunotherapy in Children

Kim JK, Kang SI, Kim DW

Allergic march is a part of a phase that occurs in a series of continuous steps in disease of pediatric patients, which proceeds from atopic dermatitis to asthma, and from...
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Potential Implications of Long Noncoding RNAs in Autoimmune Diseases

Hur K, Kim SH, Kim JM

Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are non-protein coding RNAs of more than 200 nucleotides in length. Despite the term “noncoding”, lncRNAs have been reported to be involved in gene expression. Accumulating...
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Clinical Features of Herpes Zoster in Children according to Immune Status

Choi YB, Kim DH, Kwon YS

PURPOSE: Herpes zoster appears in all ages and its incidence progressively increase. It is more common in elderly people or immunocompromised people and can be accompanied by serious complications. This...
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Altered Gravity and Immune Response

Jang TY, Kim KS, Kim YH

  • KMID: 2505549
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2018 Apr;28(1):6-8.
It is essential to study the effects of hypergravity on the human body in the research field of aerospace medicine. Previous studies have shown that hypergravity could act in a...
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