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  1. ...and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China Abstract Oxidative stress is a major cause of islet injury and dysfunction during isolation and transplantation procedures. Cyanidin-3-O-glucoside (C3G), which is present in various fruits and vegetables especially in Chinese bayberry, shows a potent ~~~
  2. ...fracture risk. Bone tissue is a 347 complex and metabolically active structure and, at the organ level, bone continuously adapts 348 to mechanical loading and other environmental factors to mitigate the stress and sustain its 349 function. Therefore, none of the above mentioned parameters alone can ~~~
  3. ...possibly in response to the oxidative stress initiated by NNT ablation. 43 Conclusion: Using transcriptomic profiling in adrenals from three mouse models we showed 44 that disturbances in adrenal redox homeostasis are mediated not only by under expression 45 of NNT but also by its overexpression. Further ~~~
  4. ...stress via upregulating the Nrf2-ARE pathway through the activation of akt. Phytomedicine 22 875–884. (doi:10.1016/j.phymed.2015.06.010) Wang Y, Viscarra J, Kim SJ & Sul HS 2015b Transcriptional regulation of hepatic lipogenesis. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 16 678–689. (doi:10.1038/nrm4074 ~~~
  5. control glycemia at situations that consume high amounts of glucose is certainly a factor that can impair exercise performance and thereby training adaptations (Coyle 1999). A reduced adrenal capacity to respond to stress-secreting glucocorticoids could impair high-intensity exercise training ~~~
  6. ...stress in highly trained male rowers? European Journal of Applied Physiology 90 533–538. (doi:10.1007/s00421-003-0879-2) Kawano H, Mineta M, Asaka M, Miyashita M, Numao S, Gando Y, Ando T, Sakamoto S & Higuchi M 2013 Effects of different modes of exercise on appetite and appetite-regulating hormones ~~~
  7. ...factor for oxidative stress and for cardiovascular diseases, too (Niemann et 446 al. 2017). As reactive oxygen species can increase (Jin et al. 2004; Ader et al. 2008) or decrease 447 (Gomez-Brouchet et al. 2007) Sphk1 activity, it may be speculated as to whether an obesity-dependent 448 increase in S1P ~~~
  8. 2003, Hatzis etal. 2013). Exogenous melatonin also protects from deleterious effects of constant light exposure (LL): melatonin given to animals subjected to LL, enhances glucose utilization, improves lipid metabolism and ameliorates oxidative stress related to exacerbated bile acid accumulation ~~~
  9. ...the beneficial effects of MR antagonists in obesity. In particular, we uncovered the inhibitory mechanism of eplerenone against metabolic stress-induced NLRP3 inflammasome activation. Thus, the present study shed new light on the development of a novel MR-targeted therapy to treat inflammasome-related metabolic ~~~
  10. ..., perfusion pressure or shear stress acting on the vascular wall (Hill et al. 2001) and on bone cells as a result of interstitial fluid flow (Johnson etal. 1996). Local environmental factors in bone modify blood vessel activity. In response to acute tissue hypoxia, local blood vessels increase tissue ~~~
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