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Key note

Abstract: Ovulation, which is induced by the ovulatory luteinizing hormone (LH) surge in vertebrates, is a dynamic process that results in a discharge of one or more fertilizable oocytes from the ovarian follicle into the ovarian cavity or into the abdominal cavity....
accepted poster

accepted poster

Abstract: Metastatic melanoma is an aggressive skin cancer that is notoriously resistant to current cancer therapies. Studies focused on the reciprocal interactions of melanoma and immune cells demonstrated that microenvironment-derived tumour necrosis factor (TNF-α)...
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Key Note

Abstract: Twenty-five Thoroughbred jumper geldings suffered back soreness with poor performance, and 5 control horses were assessed by archived computer data, clinical examination, and laboratory analyses of complete blood picture, serum enzymes, and cortisol level,...
Key Note

Key Note

Abstract: Peruvian Maca hypocotyls (Lepidium peruvianum synonym L. meyenii) grown as a blend of differently-coloured phenotypes in a mixed native Maca crops in high Peruvian Andes is cultivated at altitudes above 4,000m a.s.l.. It has been traditionally used by...
Key Note

Key Note

Abstract: Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) remains a major challenge in public health because of its frequency, its lethality, and the paucity of convenient models for exploring its pathogenesis and potential therapeutic vulnerabilities. Despite recent research advances,...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Histoplasmosis is a dangerous deep systemic mycosis that occurs in people even with preserved immune status, which can occur as respiratory distress syndrome, tuberculosis and other deseases. The importance of verification of diagnosis is associated with the...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Induction of the Phase 2 enzymes is a major strategy in the chemoprotection against cancer. Inducers belong to nine different chemical classes. In this contribution we found that a measure of the tendency of thirty plant phenylpropenoids and synthetic...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Background. Hand-assisted laparoscopic donor nephrectomy (HALDN) has rapidly become the best alternative to open nephrectomy for living kidney donation. As more centers continue to adopt the laparoscopic technique, the safety of the initial transplants must...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) are rapidly growing class of therapeutic molecules in biopharmaceuticals. More than 80 therapeutic antibodies have been approved by the FDA in the last 30 years for different indications ranging from oncology to autoimmune...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Patients with myopia are at increased risk for the development of glaucoma. The inability to correct for axial length on spectral domain OCT (SD-OCT) imaging translates into a lower signal strength and scan reliability in patients with high myopia. We...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Biological therapies such as immunotherapy and oncolytic virotherapy are physiological and well tolerated by cancer patients. The combination of cancer vaccines with oncolytic viruses is a powerful concept. Two types of autologous cancer vaccines will be...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: It has been noticed since ancient times that colds may cause all kinds of diseases. However, its underlying mechanism has not been fully elucidated so far. Located at the back of the nasal cavities, the epipharynx is a unique tissue that is vulnerable to the...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Autophagy is a natural process which in physiological conditions is aimed at the elimination of destroyed or malfunctioning cell parts, organelles or molecules. Also, autophagy gets induced under stressing conditions in response to, for example, infection,...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Human activity is a serious cause of huge changes in the environment and a constant reason for the emergence of new stress factors. Thus, to survive and reproduce, organisms must constantly implement a program of adaptation to continuously changing...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Disorders of sex development (DSD) represent a diverse group of clinical conditions, which have a very wide phenotypic spectrum associated with a complicated molecular background. Such conditions are considered among the most common birth defects and are...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disorder characterized by multifocal inflammatory infiltrates (T cells, B cells, macrophages) within the central nervous system (CNS) and concomitant degradation of myelin, oligodendrocytes and axons, along with reactive...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: mRNA decay is required for many biological events, and dysregulation of the mechanism leads to disorders, including cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and diabetes. A shortening of poly(A) tails (deadenylation) triggers mRNA degradation, that is mainly...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: SELEX technique is employed to select aptamers against wide range of targets. The in vitro method of aptamer selection using live cells as the target is referred as CELL-SELEX. The use of aptamers as therapeutic and diagnostic agents is rapidly evolving,...
accepted lecture

accepted lecture

Abstract: To characterize the pathobiology of solar lentigos (SLs), analyses by semiquantitative RT-PCR, Western blotting, and immunohistochemistry revealed the upregulated expression of endothelin (EDN)-1/endothelin B receptors (EDNBRs), stem cell factor (SCF)/c-KIT,...
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