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|Abstract: Prevalence of Celiac Disease Among Schoolchildren in Egypt: Results of a Pilot Study |
|Abstract: Probiotic Lactobacillus GG Secretes Small Peptides That Inhibit the Growth of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria |
|Abstract: PT-gliadin as a chemo-attractant factor for neutrophils |
|Abstract: The Gut-Brain Axis: Experience From Celiac Disease |
|Abstract: Tight junctions protein genes expression in gluten sensitive patients |
|Acceptance Speech for the 1999 Intellectual Property Owners National Inventor of the Year Award |
|Acetylation of Alpha-tubulin and its Role in Aggressive and Metastatic Breast Cancer |
|Acetylation of α-tubulin and its Role in Aggressive and Metastatic Breast Cancer |
|Actin Dynamics at nanometer domains within individual dendritic spines |
|Activation of Host Cell Signaling in Response to Rhizopus delemar |
|Activation of Innate and not Adaptive Immune system in Gluten Sensitivity |
|Activation of Innate and not Adaptive Immune system in Gluten Sensitivity Update: Differential mucosal IL-17 expression in gluten sensitivity and the autoimmune enteropathy celiac disease |
|Activation of signal transduction mechanisms by angiotensin II in cultured cardiac myocytes |
|Activation of signal transduction pathways by HHV-8 chemokine receptor homologue ORF74: Evidence for a paracrine mechanism of Kaposi's sarcoma pathogenesis |
|The active motif of Zot, AT1002, increases ZO-1 and Myosin 1 Beta serine phosphorylation, their interaction, and intestinal permeability |
|Activity and Regulation of L1 Retrotransposons in Human Genomes |
|Activity-dependent short-term depression of inhibitory synaptic currents in the hippocampus |
|Acute ROS in Cardiac Calcium Signaling |
|Acute sporadic non-A, non-B hepatitis and blood transfusion in Makkah province, Saudi Arabia |
|Adherence and Safety of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine in Bamako, Mali |
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