“Muscle Out Myositis With Resistance Exercise”, “GWA In Smoking Cessation,” and "Transitioning From Acute To Chronic Arthritis"
“Hyperhomocysteinaemia In Sepsis”, “Telomere Dysfunction In Plasma Cell Disorders,” and “IL-18 In Metabolic Syndrome”
“Regulating HMGB1 Release”, “Scavenging Peroxynitrate In Diabetic Angiopathy,” and “Mediators of Bilirubin-Mediated Toxicity”
Coronary Heart Disease, Colorectal Cancer, Inflammation and Cholesterol
Episode 78: Muscle Wasting, CEP, RA9 Aug 2010
“Knocking Down PRAS40,” “Feline CEP Due To UROS Missense Mutations,” and “Rapamycin: A Therapeutic Agent For Rheumatoid Arthritis.”
“ISO-1 in Chronic Asthma,” “Mediators Of Bilirubin-Induced Neurotoxicity,” and the review paper is “Stem Cell Transplantation in Brain Tumors: A New Field for Molecular Imaging.”
"Personalized Smoking Cessation", "Expression Of Novel Mutations Causing Niemann-Pick Disease" and "Severe Burn Injury"
“Improving The Success Of Pancreas Transplants”, “HCV and Alcohol Interaction In Cirrhotic Tissues” and “Upregulation Of SPRR3 In Colorectal Cancer”.
“Chewing the Fat: Insulin Signaling in Type 2 Diabetes”, followed by “Cytoprotection in Acute Kidney Injury”, “Hedgehog Signaling in Human Meningiomas”.
We’ve reached the halfway mark for 2010 and instead of reviewing our recently published papers, take a look back at the top three downloaded papers so far this year.
"One For The Road: E2 For Trauma-Hemorrhage,” “Rho-kinase In Heart Preconditioning” and “ST Segment Elevation In AMI.O"
“Antitumorigenic Activity Of hGBP-1,” “Digesting Celiac Disease,” and “Towards Better Stroke Diagnosis and Prognosis”
Episode 70: It’s all in your genes19 Apr 2010
A Molecular Fingerprint Of Lung Injury,” “Gene Therapy For Fabry Disease,” and our review paper, “Endocytosis And Gene Delivery.”
Play To Win: Antithrombotic Effects Of ACE2 Activators, Proteolytic Dysfunction In Cystic Fibrosis and Factor VIIa Aids Wound Healing.
Episode 68: CD38, HCC and Ghrelin22 Mar 2010
In this podcast we’ll continue with the papers from our March-April 2010 issue, including: “Homing In On Cellular Mechanisms Of Proliferation In CLL”, “Spotting A Protein Linked With Aggressive Liver Cancer” and a review, “Ghrelin, A Potential Therapy For RCI”.
Episode 67: JIA, Alzheimer’s and Cancer15 Mar 2010
In this podcast we’re going to take a deeper look into our March-April 2010 issue. And we’re going to start by: “Measuring MMPs & Antioxidants In Juvenile-Induced Arthritis—Noninvasively”, which is great for kids; then take go over “MIF Plays A Role In Alzheimer’s Disease”; and lastly, we’ll look at a review “Carcinogenesis and Cancer Therapy”.
Episode 66: HIV, Sepsis and PCOS22 Feb 2010
In this podcast we’re going to take a look at three research papers. The first two are from our January-February 2010 issue: “HIV Interrupted – Insight Into Pathways That Regulate Viral Integration” and “Biomarkers Point The Way To Better Sepsis Treatments.” The third paper is from our March-April issue “No Sugar Coating: Insulin Signaling In Polycystic Ovary Syndrome”.
This podcast features the following articles: “Fingerprinting The Players In Primary Glioblastoma”, “Novel Treatment De Novo Approach For Endocrine Resistant Breast Cancer” and a review paper, “mRNA Processing And Diseases”.
This podcast features the following articles: “Exploring The Autoimmune Response In SLE”, then we have a research article “Malaria Susceptibility Is Linked With A Common Marker Of Inflammation”, followed up by a review paper: “PRR-Dependent Mechanisms Of Acute Lung Injury”.
Episode 63: Top 5 downloaded papers of 200911 Jan 2010
Happy New Year Mollie Medcast listeners and welcome back! Mollie Medcast is the podcast for the biomedical journal, Molecular Medicine. My name is Margot Puerta, Managing Editor here at Molecular Medicine and your host for this podcast episode. Since this is our first podcast of 2010 I thought it would be fitting to take a quick look back at the top five papers downloaded from our Web site in 2009.
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