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Nature-derived compounds modulating Wnt/ β -catenin pathway: a preventive and therapeutic opportunity in neoplastic diseases

Nature-derived compounds modulating Wnt/ β -catenin pathway: a preventive and therapeutic opportunity in neoplastic diseases

The Wnt/β-catenin signaling is a conserved pathway that has a essential position in embryonic and grownup life. Dysregulation of the Wnt/β-catenin pathway has been related to diseases together with most cancers, and elements of the signaling have been proposed as progressive therapeutic targets, primarily for most cancers remedy. The consideration of the worldwide researchers paid …

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Human intestinal dendritic cell and macrophage subsets in coeliac disease

Human intestinal dendritic cell and macrophage subsets in coeliac disease

Dendritic cells (DC) and macrophages (Mϕ) represent essentially the most plentiful antigen presenting cells in the human intestinal mucosa. In resting circumstances, they’re important to keep up the mechanisms of immune tolerance towards meals antigens and commensals, on the time that they hold the capability to provoke and keep antigen-specific pro-inflammatory immune responses towards invading …

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Gut-derived acetate promotes B10 cells with anti-inflammatory effects

Gut-derived acetate promotes B10 cells with anti-inflammatory effects

Autoimmune ailments are characterised by a breakdown of immune tolerance partly on account of environmental components. The short-chain fatty acid acetate, derived largely from intestine microbial fermentation of dietary fiber, promotes anti-inflammatory regulatory T cells and protects mice from kind 1 diabetes, colitis and allergic reactions. Here, we present that the effects of acetate prolong to a …

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