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Fibonacci Sequences, Symmetry and Order in Biological Patterns, Their Sources, Information Origin and the Landauer Principle

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Biophysica, Vol 2, Iss 27, Pp 292-307 (2022)

Abstract:Physical roots, exemplifications and consequences of periodic and aperiodic ordering (represented by Fibonacci series) in biological systems are discussed. The physical and biological roots and role of symmetry and asymmetry appearing in biological pat...

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The Counteraction of Cultivated Cistus creticus L. (Rock Rose) Plants to the Strain Imposed by a Long-Term Exposure to Non-Ionizing Radiation and the Role of DDC

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Biophysica, Vol 2, Iss 24, Pp 248-265 (2022)

Abstract:Two groups of Cistus creticus seedlings were grown in two chambers under controlled environmental conditions. In one of the chambers, a continuously emitting base unit of a wireless telephone was placed. After fifty days of culture, the two groups of p...

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Immunological Effects of Cold Atmospheric Plasma-Treated Cells in Comparison with Those of Cells Treated with Lactaptin-Based Anticancer Drugs

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Biophysica, Vol 2, Iss 25, Pp 266-280 (2022)

Abstract:The ability of dying cancer cells to induce an anticancer immune response can increase the effectiveness of anticancer therapies, and such type of death is termed immunogenic cell death (ICD). Cells can die along the ICD pathway when exposed not only t...

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Did Maxwell Dream of Electrical Bacteria?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Biophysica, Vol 2, Iss 26, Pp 281-291 (2022)

Abstract:We propose a model for bacterial Quorum Sensing based on an auxiliary electrostatic-like interaction originating from a fictitious electrical charge that represents bacteria activity. A cooperative mechanism for charge/activity exchange is introduced t...

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Prophylactic Effects of Purple Shoot Green Tea on Cytokine Immunomodulation through Scavenging Free Radicals and NO in LPS-Stimulated Macrophages

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Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 273, Pp 3980-4000 (2022)

Abstract:Polyphenols and flavonoids from non-fermented green tea and fully-fermented black tea exhibit antioxidant abilities that function as natural health foods for daily consumption. Nonetheless, evidence regarding prophylactic effects of purple shoot tea on...

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Toxicity, Safety, and Efficacy Studies on Mesenchymal Stem Cells Derived from Decidua basalis in Wistar Albino Rats by Intravenous and Subcutaneous Routes

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Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 277, Pp 4045-4058 (2022)

Abstract:Ex vivo expanded decidua-basalis(DB)-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) obtained from single donors have demonstrated therapeutic benefits in in vitro and in vivo studies. In this report, the intravenous and subcutaneous administration of DB-MSCs ob...

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COPS5 Conferred the Platinum Resistance in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 271, Pp 3948-3958 (2022)

Abstract:Development of platinum resistance is one of the major causes of epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) treatment failure. COP9 signalosome subunit 5 (COPS5) was found to take part in the progression of EOC in our previous study. Herein, we aim to uncover the...

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High Glucose Induces Late Differentiation and Death of Human Oral Keratinocytes

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Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 275, Pp 4015-4027 (2022)

Abstract:Keratinocytes are essential cells for wound repair. Impaired oral wound healing is common in diabetic patients with periodontal disease. High glucose, or hyperglycemia, impairs the cellular function of different cell types. However, it is unknown wheth...

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Optic Neuritis in Multiple Sclerosis—A Review of Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Degenerative Process

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Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 272, Pp 3959-3979 (2022)

Abstract:Multiple sclerosis is a central nervous system inflammatory demyelinating disease with a wide range of clinical symptoms, ocular involvement being frequently marked by the presence of optic neuritis (ON). The emergence and progression of ON in multiple...

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Characterizations of a Class-I BASIC PENTACYSTEINE Gene Reveal Conserved Roles in the Transcriptional Repression of Genes Involved in Seed Development

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Source(s):Current Issues in Molecular Biology, Vol 44, Iss 278, Pp 4059-4069 (2022)

Abstract:The developmental regulation of flower organs involves the spatio-temporal regulation of floral homeotic genes. BASIC PENTACYSTEINE genes are plant-specific transcription factors that is involved in many aspects of plant development through gene transc...

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