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Itada M, Kitagawa H, Igarashi K, Hirose S, Kanakubo Y: Polyamine lowered the hepatic lipid peroxide level in rats. Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1988, 62:235-249. Merentie M, Uimari A, Pietil?M, Sinervirta R, Kein en TA, Veps nen J, Khomutov A, Grigorenko N, Herzig KH, J ne J, Alhonen L: Oxidative stress and inflammation in the pathogenesis of activated polyamine catabolism-induced acute pancr
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Mpled sequences are likely CRF02_AG (accounting for 50 of HIV-1M infections), with the other "pure" subtypes (G, D, A, and F) and CRFs (CRF11_cpx, 36_cpx, 37_cpx, and CRF01_AE) accounting for the remainder of infections. CRF02_AG and clade G viruses are broadly distributed across west central Africa and have apparently been circulating stably there for many years [3,17-19], consistent with the pr
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Ure Collection (ATCC, Manassas, VA); RPMI 1640 medium and PBS were purchased from BioWhittaker (Walkersville, MD); Gentamycin, penicillin/streptomycin, macrophage-colony stimulating factor (M-CSF), and Polybrene were obtained from Sigma (St. Louis, MO); MethoCultTM GF M3434, semi-solid medium was obtained from StemCell Technologies (Vancouver, Canada); DiffQuik, a modified Wright-Giemsa stain was
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Hat three clones ZK1, ZK2 and ZK6 were obtained by limiting dilution and further characterized. Our PCR genotyping results verified these three clones, ZK1, ZK2 and ZK6 are MARCO-/- and SR-AI/ II-/--deficient (Fig. 1). These cell lines are able to grow rapidly in RPMI or DMEM complete media in the absence of exogenous M-CSF or other growth factors, and their doubling time is 12?6 h on the average
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Llowing SIV Challenges of Vaccinated Rhesus Monkeys. J Virol 2012. Epub ahead of print. 12. Bredell H, Martin DP, Van Harmelen J, Varsani A, Sheppard HW, Donovan R, Gray CM, HIVNET028 Study Team, Williamson C: HIV type 1 subtype C gag and nef diversity in Southern Africa. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses 2007, 23:477?81. 13. Artenstein AW, Hegerich PA, Beyrer C, Rungruengthanakit K, Michael NL, Natrapan
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Nowledgements The authors are grateful to Andile Nofemela and Roman Ntale for technical assistance with viral sequencing. This research was supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (technical co-operation project RAF/6/ 029), Poliomyelitis Research Foundation (PRF) of South Africa and the University of Cape Town, for collaborative projects with partners in the global South. We thank Ger
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Osinic acid (PolyI) and dextran sulfate (DS,Page 3 of(page number not for citation purposes)Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2008, 5:http://www.particleandfibretoxicology.com/content/5/1/WTMS-/-ZKZKModified Wright staining of ZK1 and ZK2 cell lines compared with primary alveolar macrophages Figure 3 Modified Wright staining of ZK1 and ZK2 cell lines compared with primary alveolar macrophages. Primary
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Nowledgements The authors are grateful to Andile Nofemela and Roman Ntale for technical assistance with viral sequencing. This research was supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (technical co-operation project RAF/6/ 029), Poliomyelitis Research Foundation (PRF) of South Africa and the University of Cape Town, for collaborative projects with partners in the global South. We thank Ger

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