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 acceso_libre_20171204.png ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM STRESS IN BRAIN ISCHEMIA
Endoplasmic reticulum stress exerts significant effects in the process of cerebral ischemic damage. Therefore, maintaining endoplasmic reticulum homeostasis seems crucial for the survival of ischemic neurons and different levels of endoplasmic reticulum stress determine divergent cell fates.

Feng Li
Harbin, Cn

     
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USO DE FLUORESCEÍNA SÓDICA EM TUMORES DA BASE DE CRÂNIO
O presente estudo observou que a captação da fluoresceína sódica pelos tumores da base do crânio foi consistente e, através da análise digital fotográfica, foi possível documentar uma diferença pré e pós administração da substância que apresentou significância estatística.

Carlos Eduardo Da Silva
Porto Alegre, Brasil

  
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  PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS IN MANIA
Mania is a common psychological problem seen around the world. This neuropsychiatric disorder is an important issue for studying in neuropsychiatry. An important item to be studied is the pathogenesis. Molecular pathogenesis of mania has never been clarified, hence, the research to clarify this issue is warranted. In fact, to study the molecular pathogenesis of any disease, the investigation into the genomics level is required. The application of advanced genomics technique can be used to understand etiopathogenesis of complex disease. The new technique can be applied for the mania. To clarify the pathogenesis of mania, the author use standard physiological geneomics analysis to clarify the etiopathogenesis of the disease. Of interest, there is no observed physiogenomics relationship on chromosomes. It can imply that mania might not have a genetic. However, it should have an epigenic origin. This can imply that the etiopathogenesis is different from the other well-known genetic based disorders in psychological medicine such as Alzheimer's disease.

Viroj Wiwanitkit
Bangkok, Th

     
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  BIASED THINKING IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is characterized by greater frequencies of cognitive errors, when comparing these patient's spontaneous discourse with the one produced by healthy controls (n = 25 participants per group). In particular negative over-generalizing and fortune-telling differentiated the two groups; over-generalizing was associated with number of BPD symptoms.

Ueli Kramer
Windsor, Ca

  
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  CARDIAC CHANGES IN EPILEPSY
The cardiac changes that could happen in non cardiac patients with intractable epilepsy were studied. The serum levels measurement of a novel cardiac marker namely, the Heart type fatty acid binding protein were performed and indicated an increase in both the ictal and the inter-ictal phases, as well as changes detected at the analysis of the ictal and the inter-ictal electrocardiographic changes in such patients. Through our results we cast the light on the possibility of a sort of asymptomatic cardiac ischemia that could accompany intractable epilepsy.

Hoda Tomoum
Cairo, Eg

  
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