Combination of Ocimum sanctum extract and Levetiracetam ameliorates cognitive dysfunction and hippocampal architecture in rat model of Alzheimer's disease

32 views | Jan 03 2022

H S Nandini et al. provided evidence for use of OSE, LEV and OSE+LEV against AD and epilepsy associated with AD in Aβ induced AD animal model. [Read the Full Post]

In silico evaluation of the downstream effect of mutated glucagon is consistent with higher blood glucose homeostasis in Galliformes and Strigiformes

121 views | Oct 11 2021

Karim Mahnam et al. suggested this mutation, which leaded to stronger binding affinity of mutated glucagon to its receptor, might be a driving force for higher blood glucose homeostasis in the related birds. [Read the Full Post]

Development of LM98, a Small-Molecule TEAD Inhibitor Derived from Flufenamic Acid

126 views | Oct 10 2021

Léa Mélin et al. found that LM98 reduced the expression of CTGF and Cyr61, inhibited MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cell migration and arrested cell cycling in the S phase during cell division. [Read the Full Post]

Treatment outcomes of erlotinib plus gemcitabine as late-line chemotherapy in unresectable pancreatic cancer

323 views | Jun 16 2021

Takafumi Mie et al. found that benefits of erlotinib plus gemcitabine as late-line chemotherapy were limited, particularly with respect to PFS. [Read the Full Post]

Pergularia daemia alters epileptogenesis and attenuates cognitive impairment in kainate-treated mice: Insight into anti-inflammatory mechanisms

350 views | Jan 12 2021

Antoine Kavaye Kandeda et al. suggested that anti-inflammatory mechanisms were involved in the antiepileptogenic effect of P. daemia extract. [Read the Full Post]

Circulating glucagon-like peptide-1 level in patients with liver cirrhosis

162 views | Oct 13 2020

Masoud Nouri-Vaskeh et al. found that larger prospective studies were needed to explore the incretin effect in cirrhosis patients compared with healthy individuals. [Read the Full Post]

TM4SF1 facilitates non-small cell lung cancer progression through regulating YAP-TEAD pathway

166 views | Oct 10 2020

X-Y Fu et al. demonstrated that TM4SF1 could promote proliferation, migration, and invasion in NSCLC, at least partially through a potential YAP-TEAD signaling pathway-dependent mechanism. [Read the Full Post]