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Submitted by: Camila Xu
 In this entry, Dr. Sevda Gheibi shares her presentation of "Hydrogen sulfide potentiates the favorable metabolic profile of inorganic nitrite in type 2 diabetes".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Professor Dipak Panigrahy shares his presentation of "Inflammation Resolution in Cancer".
Submitted by: Kim In Su
Lindera, a core genus containing more than 100 species, is a member of the Litseeae tribe under the Lauraceae family. Plants of the Lindera genus are widely distributed all over the world, particularly in the tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of Asia and midwestern America. Plants from the Lindera genus are considered a rich source of essential oils and are often used in the production of aromatic cosmetic products such as soap and lubricants for their elegant fragrance. Most importantly, throughout history, many Lindera plants have been used in traditional medicine for their healing and curing capabilities for several health-related implications, such as pain, cold, urinary tract disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, gastric ulcer, abdominal pain, cholera, and beriberi.
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Ashgar Ghasemi shares the presentation of "Nitrate(NO3) for management of type 2 diabetes: Translation from animals to humans".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
Nitric oxide (NO), a gaseous free radical, is one of the ten smallest molecules found in nature. Although toxic, it is recognized to be a gasotransmitter that plays multiple roles in normal physiology. NO regulates vascular relaxation, controls inflammation, and suppresses expression of pro-inflammatory mediators in mast cells, macrophages, vascular smooth muscles, affects metabolism, insulin resistance, and has a role in type-2 diabetes. In this video, Dr. Sharon Glynn shares her presentation of "Influence of nitric oxide on prostate cancer initiation and progression".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Probal Banerjee shares his presentation of "Exploiting the diverse roles of Nitric Oxide Synthase Isozymes".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Bindu D. Paul shares her presentation of "Role of nitrosylation and sulfhydration in aging and neurodegenration".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Douglas Thomas shares his presentation of "Nitric Oxide is a master regulator of histone posttranslational modifications".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Thiago Cunha shares his presentation of "NO signaling mediates peripheral analgesia".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Dr. Jordi Muntané shares his presentation of "Relevance of nitric oxide downregulation during the treatment of liver cancer with sorafenib".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
In this entry, Ms. Roshale Fernando shares her presentation of "Normalizing arginine metabolism in tumor-associated macrophages: A novel immunotherapeutic strategy for breast cancer".
Submitted by: Camila Xu
NOS2 and COX2 as major drivers of poor outcome in ER- breast cancer. New therapeutic opportunities in a difficult disease.
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