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- Stańczyk, Małgorzata, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Virology journal 2019 v.16 no.1 pp. 4
- Aeromonas; Pseudomonas; Pseudomonas phages; adverse effects; antibiotic resistance; antibiotics; aquaculture; aquatic environment; bacteria; bacteriophages; bioinformatics; drug therapy; financial economics; fish; food production; genomics; humans; infectious diseases; lysogeny; mechanism of action; municipal wastewater; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; phage therapy; resistance genes; restriction fragment length polymorphism; transmission electron microscopy; virulence
- ... BACKGROUND: Aquaculture is the fastest growing sector of food production worldwide. However, one of the major reasons limiting its effectiveness are infectious diseases among aquatic organisms resulting in vast economic losses. Fighting such infections with chemotherapy is normally used as a rapid and effective treatment. The rise of antibiotic resistance, however, is limiting the efficacy of anti ...
- Stańczyk, Małgorzata, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Food additives & contaminants 2015 v.32 no.11 pp. 1927-1938
- DNA damage; Western diets; antioxidant activity; aromatic amines; carcinogens; children; cytotoxicity; elderly; feces; gastrointestinal system; humans; hydrogen peroxide; in vitro studies; intestinal microorganisms; liquid chromatography; neoplasms; people; probiotics; processed meat; protective effect; pyridines; quinoline
- ... Heterocyclic aromatic amines (HAAs) are carcinogenic compounds present in a typical Western diet rich in thermally processed meat. These nutritional factors can modulate the cytotoxicity of faecal water (FW) and induce tumours in the human gastrointestinal tract. Supplementation with probiotics is promising in terms of reducing the harmful effects of HAAs in the human body. The aim of the study wa ...
- Stanczyk, Malgorzata, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Molecular biology reports 2012 v.39 no.9 pp. 8669-8678
- DNA; DNA damage; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; catalase; diabetic neuropathy; glutathione peroxidase; hydrogen peroxide; lipids; lymphocytes; nitrous oxide; noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus; oxidative stress; pathogenesis; patients; proteins; purines; pyrimidines; superoxide dismutase
- ... Experimental evidences suggest that hyperglycaemia-induced overproduction of reactive oxygen species and subsequent damage to proteins, lipids and DNA may play a key role in the development of distal symmetric polyneuropathy (DSPN)—the most common complication of diabetes mellitus. The study population consisted of 51 individuals aged 52–82 years classified into 3 groups: 16 patients diagnosed wit ...
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