By Gregory S. Makowski
Quantity sixty three within the across the world acclaimed Advances in scientific Chemistry includes chapters authored via global popular medical laboratory scientists, physicians and learn scientists. The serial presents the most recent and newest applied sciences with regards to the sphere of scientific Chemistry and is the benchmark for novel analytical ways within the medical laboratory.
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2 Generalized aggressive periodontitis Besides its role in systemic diseases, the vitamin D axis (vitamin D, vitamin D receptor, and DBP) may also be involved in the host immune response of local inflammatory disease processes. Increased DBP concentrations in local (saliva) and systemic (plasma) fluids have been detected in patients with periodontitis. An increased secretion of DBP by activated neutrophils and an enhanced production of interleukin-6 (IL-6) by hepatocytes may be responsible for the upregulation of DBP.
The inability to sufficiently activate macrophages’ phagocytotic function in those carrying the DBP2 allele may allow implantation of endometriotic tissues in the peritoneal cavity . Using 2-D gel electrophoresis to study DBP protein expression in women without and with endometriosis (untreated or using an oral contraceptive), Ferrero et al. found a significantly decreased expression of a DBP isoform in the peritoneal fluid of patients with endometriosis compared with controls . Besides laparoscopy, urinary biomarkers would be ideal because this fluid is easily obtained in relatively large quantities using noninvasive procedures.
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