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1. Processes for reducing egg allergenicity: advances and different approaches.

Egg is a versatile ingredient and ubiquitous food. Nevertheless, egg proteins are a common cause of allergy mainly in childhood. Until now, egg eviction has been the best way to prevent this disorder, however, processed food can contribute to mitigate allergies and to guarantee life quality of...

Author(s) : Vapor, A.; Mendonça, A.; Tomaz, C. T.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Chemistry 2022 Vol.367 ref.114

2. Identification to cardiac conduction cells in humans and pigs according to their zonal distribution, using histological, immunohistochemical and morphometric study.

Histologically, the cardiac conduction network is formed of electrically isolated subendocardial fibers that comprise specialized cells with fewer myofibrils and mitochondria than cardiomyocytes. Our aim is to uncover regional variations of cardiac conduction fibers through histological and...

Author(s) : Gómez-Torres, F.; Estupiñán, H. Y.; Ruíz-Sauri, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Research in Veterinary Science 2021 Vol.138 pp.137-147

3. Exposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation shortens sleep duration and lengthens sleep latency and sleep inertia in humans living in proximity to the base transceiver stations.

Radio-frequency electromagnetic radiations (RF-EMRs) are ubiquitous at present. Therefore, it is essential to assess the impact of RF-EMRs on human health. In this study, we examined the non-thermal effects of RF-EMR expo-sure on behavioral sleep patterns in humans. A total of 1072 randomly...

Author(s) : Priyanka Chandel; Singh, M. M.; Pati, A. K.; Arti Parganiha

Publisher : Infofacility, Ghaziabad, India

Journal article : South Asian Journal of Experimental Biology 2021 Vol.11 No.4 pp.466-481 ref.34

4. Exposure to microwave radiation has no impact on the global sleep quality of people living in the vicinity of base transceiver stations.

Occupational exposure to microwave radiation (MWR) has become an inevitable part of life. Therefore, it is essential to assess the MWR effect on human health. In this study, we examined the non-thermal effect of MWR from base transceiver station (BTS) on humans' sleep quality. Total 1150...

Author(s) : Singh, M. M.; Priyanka Chandel; Pati, A. K.; Arti Parganiha

Publisher : Infofacility, Ghaziabad, India

Journal article : South Asian Journal of Experimental Biology 2021 Vol.11 No.4 pp.503-514 ref.41

5. Integration of summary data from GWAS and eQTL studies identified novel risk genes for coronary artery disease.

Several genetic loci have been reported to be significantly associated with coronary artery disease (CAD) by multiple genome-wide association studies (GWAS). Nevertheless, the biological and functional effects of these genetic variants on CAD remain largely equivocal. In the current study, we...

Author(s) : Zhong YiGang; Chen LiuYing; Li JingJing; Yao YingHao; Liu Qiang; Niu KaiMeng; Ma YunLong; Xu YiZhou

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Medicine (Baltimore) 2021 Vol.100 No.11 ref.77

6. Nicotine supplementation enhances simulated game performance of archery athletes.

Background: Nicotine is beneficial to mood, arousal and cognition in humans. Due to the importance of cognitive functioning for archery athletes, we investigated the effects of nicotine supplementation on the cognitive abilities, heart rate variability (HRV), and sport performance of professional...

Author(s) : Hung BaoLien; Chen LiJung; Chen YiYing; Ou JhihBang; Fang ShihHua

Publisher : BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 Vol.18 No.16 pp.(18 February 2021) ref.69

7. Acute cardiorespiratory response to ambient air pollution exposure during short-term physical exercise in young males.

Background: Physical exercise in the presence of ambient air pollution may increase the absorbed dose of air pollutants. The combined effect of such exposure on cardiorespiratory function in young adults remains unclear. Aim: To determine the acute cardiorespiratory responses in healthy young...

Author(s) : Kocot, K.; Zejda, J. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA

Journal article : Environmental Research 2021 Vol.195 ref.many

8. Identification of genetic lineage of Peshawar and Nowshera tribes through dental morphology.

Analyzing the diversity of non metric phenotypic traits of the mature teeth, in three ethnic groups' viz. Daudzai, Khalil and Mohmand of Peshawar districts, of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (KP) of Pakistan. Dental casts obtained from both mandible and maxilla of 375 volunteers in which 75 male...

Author(s) : Muhammad Zubair; Habib Ahmad; Hemphill, B. E.; Muhammad Tariq; Muzafar Shah

Publisher : Zoological Society of Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan

Journal article : Pakistan Journal of Zoology 2021 Vol.53 No.3 pp.931-941 ref.many

9. The impact of low energy availability on nonexercise activity thermogenesis and physical activity behavior in recreationally trained adults.

Energy availability describes the amount of dietary energy remaining for physiological functionality after the energy cost of exercise is deducted. The physiological and hormonal consequences of low energy availability (LEA) are well established, but the impact of LEA on physical activity behavior...

Author(s) : Martin, A.; Hofmann, H.; Drenowatz, C.; Wallmann-Sperlich, B.; Sperlich, B.; Koehler, K.

Publisher : Human Kinetics, Inc., Champaign, USA

Journal article : International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 2021 Vol.31 No.4 pp.329-336 ref.32

10. Effect of low temperature on cardiointervals during physical training in men.

Introduction: Effects of low temperature and excessive physical load on the cardiovascular system are among the issues of human physiology that require better understanding for successful exploration of the Arctic. Aim: To study cardiac rhythm before and after winter marathon (50 km) in men....

Author(s) : Filatova, O. E.; Pyatin, V. F.; Filatov, M. A.; Shakirova, L. S.

Publisher : Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia

Journal article : Ekologiya Cheloveka / Human Ecology 2021 No.1 pp.17-21 ref.20

11. Hemodynamics and heart rate variability under orthostatic challenge test in young Caucasian men: part 1.

Aim: To study hemodynamics and heart rate variability in response to an orthostatic challenge test among young Caucasian men born in the Russian Far North. Methods: Altogether, 172 healthy young men born in the Russian Far North comprised the sample. Cardiohemodynamic parameters in response to an...

Author(s) : Maksimov, A. L.; Averyanova, I. V.

Publisher : Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia

Journal article : Ekologiya Cheloveka / Human Ecology 2021 No.1 pp.22-31 ref.29

12. Simultaneous detection of glucose, triglycerides, and total cholesterol in whole blood by Fourier-Transform Raman spectroscopy.

In this paper, a reagent-free simultaneous and direct detection method of three analytes in human blood based on Fourier-transform Raman (FT-Raman) spectroscopy with 1064 nm laser radiation was proposed for the first time. A total of 161 human blood samples were characterized by FT-Raman...

Author(s) : Wang QiaoYun; Wu GuangFei; Pian FeiFei; Shan Peng; Li ZhiGang; Ma ZhenHe

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 2021 Vol.260

13. High-impact aerobics programme supplemented by pelvic floor muscle training does not impair the function of pelvic floor muscles in active nulliparous women: a randomized control trial.

Background: We aimed to test the hypothesis that high-impact aerobics programme, combined with pelvic floor muscle training does not impair pelvic floor muscle function in young active women. Methods: A randomized control trial was conducted among active nulliparous, sport university students (age...

Author(s) : Piernicka, M.; Błudnicka, M.; Kortas, J.; Duda-Biernacka, B.; Szumilewicz, A.

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Medicine (Baltimore) 2021 Vol.100 No.33 ref.42

14. Monitoring training and recovery during a period of increased intensity or volume in recreational endurance athletes.

The purpose of the study was to examine the effects of progressively increased training intensity or volume on the nocturnal heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV), countermovement jump, perceived recovery, and heart rate-running speed index (HR-RS index). Another aim was to analyze how...

Author(s) : Nuuttila, O. P.; Nummela, A.; Häkkinen, K.; Seipäjärvi, S.; Kyröläinen, H.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.5 ref.42

15. The role of dopamine receptor D2 in bridging the intention-behavior gap in sport participation.

Previous studies have identified that a behavior can occur through the strongest predictor intention, but there is a gap between intention and behavior. Dopamine receptor D2 (DRD2) is known to account for a variance in sporting behaviors in human and animal subjects. However, the relationship...

Author(s) : Park SeiYeong; Kwon JunHye; Ahn ChiYoung; Cho HaeSung; Moon HyoYoul; Lee ChungGun

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.5 ref.45

16. Defence and adaptation mechanisms of the intestinal epithelium upon infection.

The intestinal epithelium is a monolayer of polarized columnar cells that act as a border between the host and its environment and are the first line of defence against the luminal microbes. In addition to providing a physical barrier, the epithelium possesses a multitude of active mechanisms to...

Author(s) : Iftekhar, A.; Sigal, M.

Publisher : Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany

Journal article : International Journal of Medical Microbiology 2021 Vol.311 No.3 ref.many

18. The occurrence of ochratoxin A in human body fluids - review.

Mycotoxins are metabolites of filamentous fungi. Ochratoxin A(OTA) is one of the mycotoxins most commonly isolated from the environment. It is regularly detected in cereals, coffee, cocoa, wine, beer, spices and milk, but also occur in the other foodstuffs. Accordingly, OTA is also found in human...

Author(s) : Ropejko, K.; Twaruzek, M.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Toxin Reviews 2021 Vol.40 No.3 pp.347-360 ref.74

19. Transfer of triptans into human breast milk and estimation of infant drug exposure through breastfeeding.

Clinical data on the transfer of triptans into human breast milk remain scarce. In a lactation study including 19 breastfeeding women with migraine, we examined the excretion of six different triptans into milk. Following intake of a single dose, each participant collected seven breast milk samples ...

Author(s) : Amundsen, S.; Nordeng, H.; Fuskevåg, O. M.; Nordmo, E.; Sager, G.; Spigset, O.

Publisher : Wiley, Copenhagen, Denmark

Journal article : Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology 2021 Vol.128 No.6 pp.795-804 ref.16

20. 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and α-ketoglutaric acid supplementation increases oxygen saturation during prolonged exercise in normobaric hypoxia.

This double-blinded, randomized and placebo-controlled, crossover study investigated whether α-ketoglutaric-acid (α-KG) and 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) supplementation improves exercise performance in hypoxia and affects physiological responses during the exercise task. Eight moderately trained ...

Author(s) : Kössler, F.; Mair, L.; Burtscher, M.; Gatterer, H.

Publisher : Hans Huber Publishers, Hogrefe AG, Bern, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 2021 Vol.91 No.1/2 pp.63-68 ref.26

21. Plasmalogens - Ubiquitous molecules occurring widely, from anaerobic bacteria to humans.

Plasmalogens are a group of lipids mainly found in the cell membranes. They occur in anaerobic bacteria and in some protozoa, invertebrates and vertebrates, including humans. Their occurrence in plants and fungi is controversial. They can protect cells from damage by reactive oxygen species,...

Author(s) : Vítová, M.; Palyzová, A.; Rezanka, T.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Progress in Lipid Research 2021 Vol.83

22. The comparison of symphysis morphology in normodivergent patients of short and normal mandible: comparison of symphysis morphology.

Objective: To compare the morphological symphysis in normodivergent patients of short and normal mandibleattending outpatient department of large public sector dental hospital of Karachi, Pakistan. Methods: This was a prospective observational study that was carried out at the outpatient department ...

Author(s) : Khan, E. B.; Hunny Kumari; Ayesha Bibi; Mottani, D. A.; Sarvaich Kumar

Publisher : Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan

Journal article : Journal of the Dow University of Health Sciences 2021 Vol.15 No.1 pp.35-40 ref.21

23. Ferric iron reductases and their contribution to unicellular ferrous iron uptake.

Iron is a necessary element for nearly all forms of life, and the ability to acquire this trace nutrient has been identified as a key virulence factor for the establishment of infection by unicellular pathogens. In the presence of O2, iron typically exists in the ferric (Fe3+) oxidation state,...

Author(s) : Cain, T. J.; Smith, A. T.

Publisher : Elsevier, New York, USA

Journal article : Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 2021 Vol.218

24. The effects of supplementation with green tea on energy expenditure rate and thermal energy expenditure in adult individuals: a systematic review of clinical trials.

As there is no systematic review on the effects of green tea on energy expenditure (EE) and thermal energy expenditure (TEE), the authors aimed to systematically examine whether green tea can affect EE and TEE in adult subjects. Five electronic databases including PubMed/Medline, Scopus, Web of...

Author(s) : Roshanravan, N.; Mansouri, P.; Yang GuoYan; Ardeshirlarijani, E.; Ayati, M. H.; Namazi, N.

Publisher : Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany

Journal article : Journal of Herbal Medicine 2021 Vol.28

25. A preterm case of cow's milk allergy presenting with recurrent ascites treated with donor breast milk.

We report a case of a preterm infant who developed cow's milk allergy. This male infant presented with recurrent ascites and was successfully treated with donated breast milk. He was born at 24 weeks' gestation with a birthweight of 506 g. From day 20, infant formula, soy protein-based formula, and ...

Author(s) : Nakasone, R.; Fujioka, K.; Suga, S.; Abe, S.; Ashina, M.; Nishida, K.; Sakurai Motoichiro; Mizuno Katsumi; Nozu, K.; Iijima, K.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.3 ref.31