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    • Obese rats are more vulnerable to inflammation, genotoxicity and oxidative stress induced by coal dust inhalation than non-obese rats 

      Gasparotto, Juciano; Chaves Rodrigues, Paloma; Da Boit Martinello, Katia; Da Rosa Siva, Helen Tais; Bortolin, Rafael Calixto; Silva Oliveira, Luis Felipe; Rabelo, Thallita Kelly; Da Silva, Jeferson D; Da Silva, Fernanda Rabaioli; Nordin, Adriane Perachi; Soares, Karina; Borges, Malu Siqueira; Gelain, D. P; Moreira Fonseca, José Cláudio (Ecotoxicology And Environmental Safety, 2018-08-26)
      Obesity is an important nutritional disorder worldwide. Its association with environmental pollution may trigger an increase in oxidative stress and inflammatory parameters. Coal is a resource used throughout the world as ...
    • Systemic Inflammation Changes the Site of RAGE Expression from Endothelial Cells to Neurons in Different Brain Areas 

      Gasparotto, Juciano; Ribeiro Tiefensee, Camila; Da Rosa Siva, Helen Tais; Bortolin, Rafael Calixto; Rabelo, Thallita Kelly; Peixoto, Daniel Oppermann; Moreira Fonseca, José Cláudio; Gelain, D. P. (Molecular Neurobiology, 2019)
      The receptor for advanced glycation endproducts (RAGE) is a transmembrane, immunoglobulin-like receptor that interacts with a broad repertoire of extracellular ligands. RAGE belongs to a family of cell adhesion molecules ...