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- Szweda, Marta, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of Veterinary Research 2019 v.63 no.2 pp. 215-224
- angiogenesis; apoptosis; biosynthesis; carcinogenesis; catalytic activity; diagnostic techniques; fever; humans; immune system; inflammation; medicine; metastasis; neoplasm progression; neoplasms; pain; prostaglandin synthase; prostaglandins; proteins; tissues; veterinary medicine
- ... The cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme catalyses the first stage of biosynthesis of prostanoids, proteins that are implicated in various physiological and pathological processes in humans and animals. The expression of COX-2 increases significantly during pathological processes accompanied by inflammation, pain and fever. Overexpression of COX-2 was determined in tumour tissues, which suggests that t ...
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- Irish veterinary journal 2018 v.71 no.1 pp. 19
- antibiotics; breathing; breeds; dogs; endoscopy; etiology; gelatin; glucocorticoids; histology; histopathology; lymphocytes; meloxicam; nasal cavity; nasal mucosa; nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents; oral administration; patients; prednisone; protocols; relapse; rhinitis; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); statistics
- ... BACKGROUND: Idiopathic lymphoplasmacytic rhinitis (LPR) is a common inflammatory disorder of the nasal cavity in dogs due to unknown etiology. It is characterised by non-specific clinical signs, including nasal discharge, epistaxis and breathing problems. Diagnosis is usually based on the histopathologic identification of infiltrating plasmocytes and lymphocytes in the nasal mucosa and the exclusi ...
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- Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Puławy = 2015 v.59 no.1 pp. 143-148
- biopsy; colon; disease severity; dogs; duodenum; fluorescent antibody technique; inflammatory bowel disease; jejunum; mucosa; nerve fibers; pathogenesis; patients
- ... The effect of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) on the density of galanin - immunoreactive (GAL-IR) nerve fibers was determined in the mucosa of canine duodenum, jejunum, and descending colon. Fiber density was evaluated by a single immunofluorescence method in biopsy specimens obtained from healthy dogs and patients with variable severity of the disease. The density of GAL-IR nerve fibers was dete ...