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  1. The aim of present study was to present the results of a case-control study focused on genetic polymorphisms of selected Phase II metabolizing enzymes (GSTM1, T1, and P1) and to investigate the association of ...

    Authors: T Matakova, M Sivonova, E Halasova, D Mistuna, A Dzian, P Berzinec, L Letkova and D Dobrota

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):275

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  2. Clinical symptoms and radiological changes are useful in monitoring patients with interstitial lung diseases (ILD). Neovascularization participates in the pathogenesis of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and othe...

    Authors: TM Zielonka, U Demkow, K Zycinska, M Filewska, B Bialas, J Kus, E Radzikowska, P Remiszewski, J Szopinski, A Soszka, KA Wardyn and E Skopinska-Rozewska

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):259

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  3. Growing evidence supports comorbidity of asthma and allergies with mood disorders and various connections between these diseases. It still remains unclear whether this comorbidity is caused by the same pathoph...

    Authors: A Wilczynska-Kwiatek, K Bargiel-Matusiewicz and L Lapinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):248

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  4. Nasal septum deformation (NSD) contributes to the occurrence of upper respiratory tract diseases in around 45-55% of Poland's population. The evaluation of frequency of occurrence and type of nasal septum defo...

    Authors: I Teul, W Zbislawski, S Baran and F Czerwinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):244

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  5. The present study was conducted to learn whether the perinatal and environmental factors could influence the total and antigen-specific IgE levels in umbilical cord blood. Retrospective data were obtained from...

    Authors: AJ Sybilski, A Doboszynska and B Samolinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):233

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  6. We assessed correlations of total and specific cord-blood IgE (cIgE) levels with allergic symptoms in the first year of life. cIgE levels were determined by an immunoassay test in full-term neonates. This is a...

    Authors: AJ Sybilski, A Doboszynska and B Samolinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):227

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  7. The European Directive 98/79/EC on in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVD) stipulates the marketing and post market surveillance of IVD in the European Economic Area. In cases of issues and field corrective act...

    Authors: R Siekmeier, J Halbauer, W Mientus and D Wetzel

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):216

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  8. Myrtol standardized is established in the treatment of acute and chronic bronchitis and sinusitis. It increases mucociliar clearance and has muco-secretolytic effects. Additional anti-inflammatory and antioxid...

    Authors: U Rantzsch, G Vacca, R Dück and A Gillissen

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):205

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  9. The aim of the study was to investigate whether the Gln223Arg in the leptin receptor may influence body weight, leptin concentration, and metabolic parameters in children.

    Authors: B Pyrzak, A Wisniewska, A Kucharska, M Wasik and U Demkow

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):201

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  10. The aim of the study was to investigate whether the G-174C polymorphism of the IL-6 gene is related to obesity and the incidence of the metabolic syndrome (MetS) according to IDF definition in children.

    Authors: B Pyrzak, A Wisniewska, A Majcher, K Popko, M Wasik and U Demkow

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):196

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  11. The paper describes the possible role of apoptosis of T lymphocytes in asthma pathogenesis. The authors focused on resistance against Fas-mediated programed cell death and the role of Bcl-2 protein in impaired...

    Authors: O Potapinska and U Demkow

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):192

    Content type: Review

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  12. The aim of the paper was to asses the relationship between socioeconomic status, the prevalence of allergy and physical development. The data were obtained from 478 female students and 195 male students aged 1...

    Authors: R Pawlinska-Chmara and I Wronka

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):187

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  13. The etiology of chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) is unclear. It is supposed to be the product of an exogenous antigenic stimulus, such as tobacco smoke, and an endogenous genetic susceptibility. The ang...

    Authors: S Pabst, B Theis, A Gillissen, M Lennarz, I Tuleta, G Nickenig, D Skowasch and C Grohé

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):177

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  14. Bronchial challenge tests by inhalation of aerosolized methacholine (MCH) are commonly used in the clinical diagnosis of airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR). While the detection of airway narrowing relies on the ...

    Authors: F Nensa, W Marek, E Marek, HJ Smith and M Kohlhäufl

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):170

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  15. It has recently been described that circulatory and BAL regulatory T-cells (Tregs), defined as CD4+CD25highCD127low are increased in patients with active sarcoidosis compared with other interstitial lung disea...

    Authors: RM Mroz, M Korniluk, A Stasiak-Barmuta, M Ossolinska and E Chyczewska

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):165

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  16. Onconeuronal antibodies are important diagnostic tool in patients with suspicion of paraneoplastic neurological syndromes (PNS). However, their role in PNS pathophysiology and specificity for particular neurol...

    Authors: S Michalak, S Cofta, A Piatek, J Rybacka, E Wysocka and W Kozubski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):156

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  17. Autonomic neuropathy is common in patients suffering from end-stage renal disease (ESRD). This may in part explain the high cardiovascular mortality in these patients. Chemosensory function is involved in auto...

    Authors: C Meyer, P Schueller, J Balzer, T Lauer, R Westenfeld, P Schauerte, M Hennersdorf, S Steiner, M Kelm and T Rassaf

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):151

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  18. The aim of this article was to analyze the quality of life of children suffering from bronchial asthma and to analyze their everyday activity.

    Authors: A Trzcieniecka-Green, K Bargiel-Matusiewicz and A Wilczynska-Kwiatek

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):147

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  19. The anthropometrical data of our aging population has significantly changed within the last five decades. Therefore the question arises whether or not the commonly used reference values of the European Communi...

    Authors: W Marek, E Marek, K Mückenhoff, H-J Smith, P Degens, N Kotschy-Lang and M Kohlhäufl

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):140

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  20. Exhaled breath condensate (EBC) contains among a large number of mediators hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) as a marker of airway inflammation and oxidative stress. Similarly EBC pH also changes in respiratory diseases. ...

    Authors: E Marek, P Platen, J Volke, K Mückenhoff and W Marek

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):134

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  21. To evaluate the diagnostic value of four different tumor markers: cancer antigen 125 (CA-125), carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), cytokeratin 19 fragment (CYFRA 21-1) and neuron specific enolase (NSE) in patients...

    Authors: P Korczynski, R Krenke, A Safianowska, K Gorska, BM Abou Chaz, M Maskey-Warzechowska, A Kondracka, J Nasilowski and R Chazan

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):128

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  22. Over the last few years, differential ion mobility spectroscopy (DMS) has become an important tool in medical research. There are attempts to find markers for specific diseases in exhaled air, using this techn...

    Authors: A Kikowatz, G Becher, S Dietze, W Steinhausser and E Beck

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):121

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  23. Oxygen therapy is used for the treatment of various diseases, but prolonged exposure to high concentrations of O2 is also associated with formation of free radicals and oxidative damage.

    Authors: P Kaplan, Z Tatarkova, I Engler, A Calkovska, D Mokra, A Drgova, M Kovalska, J Lehotsky and D Dobrota

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):116

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  24. Despite a number of important differences in the pathogenesis, course and prognosis of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), these two entities also have common features with airway inflamma...

    Authors: K Górska, R Krenke, J Kosciuch, P Korczynski, M Zukowska, J Domagala-Kulawik, M Maskey-Warzechowska and R Chazan

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):90

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  25. This lifestyle is mainly determined during childhood and connected with poor public prophylactic health policy. The aim of this study was to estimate physical activity and level of tobacco abuse, as well as kn...

    Authors: A Gawlikowska-Sroka, E Dzieciolowska, J Szczurowski, E Kamienska and F Czerwinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):86

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  26. Sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) is common in older people. Nasal continuous airway pressure (NCPAP) therapy is the treatment of choice for sleep apnea, but is not always accepted by patients. The rate of successful...

    Authors: H Frohnhofen, B Hoeltmann and G Orth

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):82

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  27. Obesity development is a complex process which can be influenced by genetic predisposition modified by environmental factors. Nowadays, the problem of overweight and obesity, including related complications, o...

    Authors: K Popko, E Górska, B Pyrzak, A Telmaszczyk-Emmel, A Wisniewska, A Majcher, M Wasik and U Demkow

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):59

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  28. Poor postural balance is one of the major risk factors for falling in normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH). Postural instability in the clinic is commonly assessed based upon force platform posturography. In th...

    Authors: L Czerwosz, E Szczepek, JW Blaszczyk, B Sokolowska, K Dmitruk, K Dudzinski, J Jurkiewicz and Z Czernicki

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):53

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  29. The relationship between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and cardiovascular disease is intensively discussed. Endothelial leukocyte adhesion molecule (E-selectin) is one of factors facilitating leukocyte migrati...

    Authors: S Cofta, E Wysocka, S Michalak, T Piorunek, H Batura-Gabryel and L Torlinski

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):49

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  30. In utero and/or childhood environmental tobacco smoke exposure is well known to adversely affect lung function and to depreciate child's health in many ways. Fewer studies have assessed the long-term effects o...

    Authors: D Beyer, H Mitfessel and A Gillissen

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):27

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  31. Quitting smoking was associated with an undesirable weight gain. Both, cigarette smoking and obesity were accompanied by subclinical systemic inflammation. This may cause unfavourable changes in (plasma) adipo...

    Authors: S Bergmann and R Siekmeier

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):21

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  32. Occupational exposure to wood dust has been shown to cause several respiratory disorders, such as allergic rhinitis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, sino-nasal adenocarcinoma, and impairment of lung function. The ...

    Authors: S Baran, K Swietlik and I Teul

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):14

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  33. It had been hypothesized that the regions of prefrontal cortex which are involved in respiratory control can modulate Hering-Breuer reflexes evoked by vagal input from pulmonary stretch receptors. In the prese...

    Authors: VG Aleksandrov, VA Mercuriev, TG Ivanova, AA Tarasievich and NP Aleksandrova

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 4):1

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  34. Similar to all antiretroviral drugs, failure of raltegravirbased treatment regimens to fully supress HIV replication almost invariably results in emergence of HIV resistance to this new drug. HIV resistance to...

    Authors: François Clavel

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):47

    Content type: Review

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  35. Raltegravir, the first approved integrase inhibitor, has been shown to be virologically effective in Phase II and Phase III clinical trials in both treatment naïve and triple class resistant patients. It also ...

    Authors: Margaret Johnson

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):43

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  36. End-stage liver disease has become one of the most frequent causes of death in HIV/HCV-coinfected patients. The role of new antiretrovirals in the progression of liver fibrosis has yet to be defined. However w...

    Authors: Martin Vogel and Mark Nelson

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):36

    Content type: Review

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  37. Raltegravir, the first approved HIV-1 integrase inhibitor, is able to block the strand transfer step of the HIV proviral DNA integration process into the cellular host DNA. The selected dosage for the pivotal ...

    Authors: Jose M Gatell

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):30

    Content type: Review

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  38. Raltegravir is the first integrase inhibitor approved for the treatment of HIV infection based on the superior efficacy it showed compared to optimized backbone therapy alone in patients harboring multidrug re...

    Authors: F Cossarini, A Castagna and A Lazzarin

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):22

    Content type: Review

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  39. Integration of the HIV-1 viral DNA generated by reverse transcription of the RNA genome into the host cell chromosomes is a key step of viral replication, catalyzed by the viral integrase. In October 2007, the...

    Authors: Jean-François Mouscadet and Luba Tchertanov

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14(Suppl 3):5

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  40. The analysis of cost effectiveness in hospitals is as difficult as treating the patients properly. We are yet not able to answer the simple question of what costs are caused by a certain diagnosis and its trea...

    Authors: IM Heer, S Kahlert, S Rummel, C Kümper, W Jonat and A Strauss

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:502

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  41. A calcium antagonist, nifedipine, causes gingival overgrowth as a side effect. It has been confirmed that the Japanese traditional medicine, Saireito, inhibits the nifedipine-induced proliferation of gingival ...

    Authors: T Hattori, K Nakano, T Kawakami, A Tamura, T Ara and PL Wang

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:497

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  42. Current criteria for performing relaparotomy for suspected peritonitis are non explicit and based on non-quantitative, subjective arguments or hospital practice. The aim of this study was to determine the valu...

    Authors: FG Bader, M Schröder, P Kujath, E Muhl, H-P Bruch and C Eckmann

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:491

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  43. Despite having an organ confined tumor stage at the time of radical cystectomy, a certain number of bladder cancer patients will develop local or distant metastases over time. Currently there are no reliable s...

    Authors: A Karl, S Tritschler, S Hofmann, CG Stief and C Schindlbeck

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:487

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  44. Today, the biomechanical fundamentals of skin expansion are based on viscoelastic models of the skin. Although many studies have been conducted in vitro, analyses performed in vivo are rare. Here, we present i...

    Authors: C Marquardt, E Bölke, PA Gerber, G Kukova, M Peiper, E Rusnak, K Orth and W Fleischmann

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:480

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  45. German-Austrian recommendations for HIV1-therapy in pregnancy - Update 2008 Bernd Buchholz (University Medical Centre Mannheim, Pediatric Clinic), Matthias Beichert (Mannheim, Gynecology and Obstetrics Practic...

    Authors: Bernd Buchholz, Matthias Beichert, Ulrich Marcus, Thomas Grubert, Andrea Gingelmaier, Annette Haberl and Brigitte Schmied

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:461

    Content type: Review

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  46. High tibial osteotomy (HTO) is one treatment option for young and active patients with unicompartmental osteoarthritis. The success of this procedure substantially depends on the degree of correction of the me...

    Authors: J Lützner, AF Groß, KP Günther and S Kirschner

    Citation: European Journal of Medical Research 2009 14:447

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