Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research

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2572-5017

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Articles in Volume 1 Issue 1

Research Article Open Access Pages: 1 - 8 Brazil
Minimal Detectable Amounts of Exogenous DNA after Systemic Cell Engraftment
Daniel Rodrigo Marinowic, Daniele Vieira Da Silva, Alessandra Deise Sebben, Denise Cantarelli Machado, Jaderson Costa Da Costa

In cellular therapy models, the establishment of accurate methods to track the homing, cell fate and survival are fundamental to ensure safety and efficacy. The PCR is used to detect donor cells DNA in xenotransplant models. Five different concentrations of ...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017001
Research Article Open Access Pages: 9 - 19 USA
Identification of Itch Mediators and Its Novel Pathway: Implications for Understanding Radiation-Induced Skin Effects
Yuan-Hao Lee, Youping Sun

Background: Radiation-induced skin reactions often lead to itching and pain. While many cytokines bind and activate nociceptors to initiate pain and the precedent itch upon radiation-induced skin desquamation, little is known that radiotherapy-induced itch can arise from the acti...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017002
Research Article Open Access Pages: 20 - 31 Republic of Macedonia
Potency of Enzymes from Renal Tubules as Biotracers in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Treat With Most Used Antirheumatic Drugs
Dejan Spasovski

Aim: To estimate the effect of initial therapy with Paracetamol and Ketoprofen on glomerular and tubular integrity in patients with Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), to quantify the toxicity of these drugs through measurements of the enzyme excretion that correlates with the damage degr...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017003
Review Article Open Access Pages: 32 - 47 India
Biochemistry and Pathophysiology of Glycation of DNA: Implications in Diabetes
Rizwan Ahmad, Ashok Kumar Sah and Haseeb Ahsan

Advanced glycated end products (AGEs) are molecules formed from the non-enzymatic reaction of reducing sugar with free amino group of proteins, lipids and nucleic acids. The AGEs play crucial role in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular, kidney, Alzheimer’s, neuro...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017004
Research Article Open Access Pages: 48 - 58 United Kingdom
How Do Anthocyanins Affect Peripheral Blood Flow: A Systematic Review
Eleanor Moore, Anna E Litwic, Peter Belward, Pat Taylor, David Warwick, Elaine Dennison

Foods rich in polyphenols, a type of antioxidant, have many health benefits. The largest and most important subgroup of polyphenols are flavonoids, of which anthocyanins are one. In vitro studies have shown that anthocyanin induced vasorelaxation is dependent on Nitro...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017005
Research Article Open Access Pages: 59 - 68 Nigeria
Assessment of Thyroid Function Among Hypertensive Pregnant Women: A Cross Sectional Study from South Eastern Nigeria
Maduka Ignatius C, Dioka CE, Ekuma Okereke O and Ogbu ISI

Background: Gestational hypertension (GH) is defined by an elevated blood pressure (BP) at or beyond 20 weeks gestation in the absence of proteinuria in previously known normotensive women. It is the most frequent cause of hypertensive complications d...Read More

doi: 10.26502/acbr.5017006