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the origination and development of a disease

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Concepts of the pathogenesis of periodontal disease:
Each one of the organisms, belonging to any of the category of virus, bacteria or eukaryotes manoeuvres function of the host thereby contributing significantly to its pathogenesis.
The authors concluded that oxidative stress is an important factor in the pathogenesis of celiac disease and that the antioxidant capacity of celiac patients is significantly reduced mostly by a depletion of glutathione.
More than 25 years have passed since the first cases of AIDS were reported, and from the very beginning the pathogenesis of the disease has presented scientists with a paradox: HIV infection is associated with the persistent activation (revving up) of the immune system, and yet also with eventual immune deficiency.
We review the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and imaging characteristics of these epidermoids.
Highlights of the scientific recommendations generated include an emphasis on global sharing of viral isolates, research on epidemiology of wild birds, research on mechanisms of transfer between wild and domestic avian species, and research on pathogenesis in other farmed birds to clarify their role as intermediate hosts.
The "Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology" reports on research discoveries into the pathogenesis and pharmacology of brain disorders affecting the immune system that cross the boundaries of immunology, neuroscience and pharmacology.
Lyon, France) has patented a novel nucleic acid fragment of the genome of rice pathogenic fungus Magnaporthe grisea comprising a gene coding for a protein (hereafter referred to as gene 763) whereof the presence and integrity are indispensable for pathogenesis of said fungus with respect to rice and barley.
Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the disjunction between basic environmental health science research and the application of this knowledge to disease prevention, pathogenesis, and prognosis.
The third IAS Conference on Pathogenesis and Treatment is taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 24-27, 2005.
Taken together, this study suggests that the accumulation of oxidative stress-induced DNA lesions in genomic DNA of the CSB cells may contribute significantly to the pathogenesis of the human disorder Cockayne Syndrome.
In "General Principles," basic principles of viral pathogenesis and host responses with special emphasis on the nervous system are described.
This is a great step forward for Parkinson's disease research that will really unlock the disorder's pathogenesis in the same way that finding [Alzheimer's] mutations unlocked the pathogenesis of that disease," predicts John Hardy of the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla.
However, despite new insights into MM pathogenesis and exciting derived therapeutic advances, MM still remains incurable.
Some topics addressed include cancer stem cells, viral pathogenesis, organoid as models for neoplastic transformation, disorders of vascular permeability, and pathogenesis of myeloproliferative disorders.