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    The Redox Brain and Nitric Oxide: Implications for Psychiatric Illness
    Authors: Caroline E Wass1 and Ana Andreazza2,3
    Psychiatric disorders, such as major psychosis and mood disorders, are among the world's ten most disabling illnesses and taken together, mood disorders (major depression and bipolar depression [BPD]) and schizophrenia (SCZ) affects about 10.6% of the adult U.S. population yearly [1,2].
    Leptin Up-Regulates HECTD1 to Promote Phosphoinositide Metabolism and Cell Migration and Invasion in Breast Cancer Cells
    Authors: Qiaodan Zheng1,2#, Xiang Li2#, Manjula Sunkara3, Andrew J. Morris3, Wenyuan Wu1* and Cai Huang2,4*
    Abstract: Obesity is associated with increased risk for breast cancer and also correlated with breast cancer recurrence and high mortality.
    Pharmacological Modulators of Endothelial Progenitor Cell Therapy: Implications for Treatment with Thiazolidinediones
    Authors: Maria Korah1, Yagna PR Jarajapu2, Maria B. Grant3 and Ashay D. Bhatwadekar3*
    Abstract: Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) play an important role in maintaining vascular health both by integrating in endothelium and by providing paracrine support to the resident vasculature.
    Update on the Renin-Angiotensin System
    Authors: Robert C. Speth* and Michael J. Giese
    Abstract: The physiological and pathophysiological actions of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) extend far beyond its role as a regulator of cardiovascular homeostasis. The "classical" RAS has evolved into a complex system with multiple pathways and counterbalancing axes which are pivotal to the function of most organ systems in the body.
    Profile of Suspect Adverse Drug Reactions in a Teaching Tertiary Care Hospital
    Authors: Shubhatara Swamy1, Bhanuprakash2, Pratibha Nadig1*, Muralimohan3 and Manjula Shetty1
    Abstract: Purpose: The present study was carried out to analyse the profile of suspect adverse drug reactions (ADRs) reported to the Pharmacovigilance unit. The primary objective was to identify the common drugs implicated and the pattern of the reactions, which would ensure a judicious prescription and further prevention.
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