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Minimally invasive swine experimental model for the in vivo study of liver metabolism of drugs
Purpose: To develop a clinically relevant porcine model for the study of hepatic metabolism of drugs by means of hepatic vein catheterization. Materials and Methods: review of literature and elaboration of a hypothesis, ...
To NFkB or not to NFkB: the dilemma on how to inhibit a cancer cell fate regulator
Nuclear factor B (NFB) is a transcription factor that plays an important role in carcinogenesis as well as in the regulation of inflammatory response. NFB is constitutively expressed in tumours where it induces ...
Transculturality: the new frontier of care relationships
Taking care of migrants constitutes a new challenge for the actual operative structures of the services in general and for the sanitary service in particular, requiring a global and permanent rethinking with regards ...
A new long-term reversible contraception method: sexual and metabolic impact
Background: data relating to the influence of hormonal contraception on sexual life are conflicting and mostly they refer to oral contraceptives. In this study we evalueted the effect of a long-acting contraceptive on ...