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Mitochondrial dysfunction is associated with long-term cognitive impairment in an animal sepsis model
Andressa Manfredini; Larissa Constantino; Milton Castro Pinto; Monique Michels; Henrique Burger; Luiza W. Kist; Milena Carvalho Silva; Lara Mezzari Gomes; Diogo Dominguini; Amanda Steckert; Carmen Simioni; Mauricio Bogo; Emílio Streck; Tatiana Barichello; João de Quevedo; Mervyn Singer; Cristiane Ritter; Felipe Dal-Pizzol
Clinical Science (30 September 2019) 133 (18): 1993–2004.
Angiotensin 1-7 alleviates aging-associated muscle weakness and bone loss, but is not associated with accelerated aging in ACE2-knockout mice
Satoko Nozato; Koichi Yamamoto; Hikari Takeshita; Yoichi Nozato; Yuki Imaizumi; Taku Fujimoto; Serina Yokoyama; Motonori Nagasawa; Masao Takeda; Kazuhiro Hongyo; Hiroshi Akasaka; Yoichi Takami; Yasushi Takeya; Ken Sugimoto; Masaki Mogi; Masatsugu Horiuchi; Hiromi Rakugi
Clinical Science (30 September 2019) 133 (18): 2005–2018.
Cover ImageCollagen deposition in the colon of chronic DSS-induced mouse colitis as evaluated by Picrosirius red staining. In the latest issue of Clinical Science (volume 133, issue 18), Tang et al. suggest that the oxytocin system can alleviate intestinal inflammation without changes in collagen deposition, and provide new insights into the pathogenesis and therapy of inflammatory bowel disease.