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Results of their study Slip Interface Imaging Based on MR Elastography Preoperatively Predicts Meningioma-brain Adhesion were published in JRMI in 2017.
Differentially spliced genes identified in patients with FECD were enriched for products that localize to the cell cortex, bind the cytoskeleton and have cell adhesion functions.
For instance: When there are significant abdominal adhesions, there is less need for adhesiolysis as the single robotic port can be placed away from the adhesions.
This dissection can be complicated in the setting of intra-abdominal adhesions from previous operations."
The laparoscopic procedure also might not provide adequate visualization in patients who are very obese or patients with adhesions from previous abdominal surgeries.
The anti-mucosal addressin cell adhesion molecule (MAdCAM) monoclonal antibody (renamed SHP647) was effective in ulcerative colitis but not in Crohn's disease in phase II trials.
The report, "Visual and Anatomic Outcomes of Anti-VEGF Therapy in Exudative Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Vitreomacular Interface Disease: Vitreomacular Adhesion and Epiretinal Membrane," will be published in an upcoming issue...
FMT also inhibits Th1 cell differentiation, activity of T cells, leukocyte adhesion and production of inflammatory factors.
The tight junctions, in turn, are made up of transmembrane proteins, including claudins, occludin and junctional adhesion molecules, and zonula occludens proteins that link the transmembrane proteins to the cell cytoskeleton.
Phagocytosis of lipoproteins by monocytes creates lipid-bloated foam cells, which release cytokines and effector molecules that promote myocyte migration while upregulating endothelial cell adhesion and platelet activation proteins a...
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