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8,466 Possible Causes for Acetylhydrolase, Factor, IB, Platelet, activating

  • Influenza

    Oseltamivir may be responsible for platelet increase especially in patients with ITP.[] This study aimed to estimate the proportion of chronically ill adults vaccinated against influenza in consecutive seasons and to identify associated factors.[] Instituto Butantan (IB) performed clinical studies with its 2013, 2014 and 2015 seasonal trivalent influenza vaccines (inactivated split-virion).[] Seasonal influenza activity in the Southern Hemisphere was low overall, with influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 predominating in many regions.[] Resources In This Article Drugs Mentioned In This Article Generic Name Select Brand Names TYLENOL TAMIFLU ADRENALIN ADVIL, MOTRIN IB RELENZA No US brand name[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Asparaginase

    IBs isolation (Figure 1B ).[] We demonstrated that ASPG possesses asparaginase and PAF acetylhydrolase activities that depend on a critical threonine residue at position 19.[] Thrombin generation (TG) was monitored in platelet-poor plasma of 56 children treated for a B lineage ALL (36 with native, 20 with PEG Asp) using 1 pM tissue factor and 4[] Recently, we solved the crystal structure of a human enzyme possessing L-ASNase activity, designated hASNase-3.[] To evaluate potential risk factors for the development of asparaginase-associated pancreatitis (AAP), we performed a systematic review of the current literature from January[]

  • Morganella Morganii

    Quinolone resistance determinants (qnr and aac(6')-Ib-cr) were characterized by multiplex PCR and sequencing.[] Contaminated platelet transfusion is a frequent cause of bacteraemia and sepsis because of the storage conditions of platelets.[] Heating and incubation with trypsin led to complete loss of haemolytic activity.[] To clarify the clinical characteristics and risk factors for mortality of patients with Morganella morganii bacteremia.[] The APACHE II score remained the only significant risk factor for mortality in multivariate analysis (p   0.0012, OR 1.55).[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Appendicitis

    Appendicitis can easily be confused with something else, such as: gastroenteritis severe irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) constipation bladder or urine infections Crohn's disease[] Mean platelet volume (MPV) - a platelet parameter - could be an index of inflammation. We carried out the present study to perform a meta-analysis of AA and MPV.[] Soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (suPAR) is a new biomarker of inflammation level.[] […] to identify the main risk factors associated with the development of complications in patients with acute appendicitis. we conducted a case-control study of 402 patients with[] […] our department between 2012 and 2017 were retrospectively analyzed in terms of changes in conventional laboratory parameters as well as neutrophil-to lymphocyte (NLR) and platelet-to-lymphocyte[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Insect Bite

    Motrin IB ibuprofen 200 mg). For pain and swelling from insect stings, Motrin IB is an excellent anti-inflammatory with quick onset. Cortaid 10 (hydrocortisone 1%).[] A complete hemogram revealed severe thrombocytopenia with platelet count as low as 15,000/mm3.[] The eruption was not related to disease activity or the course of the hematological disease.[] Weather resistant activation Large pressure activated button provides easy use in any weather condition. 3.[] Underlying genetic factors are estimated to account for 85 per cent of the reasons why some people appear to be tastier to mosquitoes than others.[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Neonatal Necrotizing Enterocolitis

    IBS symptoms such as you may experience temporary gas or bloating in the first few days of use.[] Stool samples also were analyzed for levels of acetylhydrolase, the PAF breakdown enzyme.[] […] enterocolitis in the rat, we measured platelet activating factor, acetylhydrolase (the platelet activating factor breakdown enzyme), and TNF-alpha in the plasma of 12 human[] Mechanistically, intestinal epithelial TLR4 activation induced high-mobility group box 1 release from the intestine, which activated pulmonary epithelial TLR4, leading to[] Epidermal growth factor (EGF) is abundant in many fluids bathing the fetal and neonatal gastrointestinal tract, including amniotic fluid, saliva, and breast milk.[]

  • Enterococcus Faecalis

    Isolates from grade 3 ulcer showed higher frequency of aac(6')-Ie-aph(2″)-Ia, while all the isolates were negative for aph(2″)-Ib, aph(2″)-Ic, and aph(2″)-Id.[] Platelet activation resulting from adherence to platelets is an essential step in the pathogenesis of IE.[] Increased E faecalis colonization in CD associated positively with disease activity (P 0.015), Crohn disease activity index (CDAI; R 0.3118, P 0.0108), and fecal calprotectin[] We evaluated the virulence factors of Enterococcus faecalis clinical isolates and analyzed their relationship with retinal destruction and poor visual outcomes in postoperative[] We aimed to validate the NOVA score and to identify risk factors for IE.[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Cerivastatin

    In addition, IB values of 34 segments of carotid arteries were measured in 34 patients without coronary risk factors.[] Platelet activation, impairment of fibrinolysis, activation of the coagulation pathway, and dyslipidemia are important factors in the pathogenesis and progression of ischemic[] The addition of mevalonate (500 micromol/L) blocked the BK(Ca) activation induced by cerivastatin (n 19; P 0.05).[] A thiazolidinedione, pioglitazone, reduced TNF-alpha-induced PAI-1 production by 32%, via protein kinase C- and nuclear factor-kappaB-dependent pathways.[] […] but not by a PKC activator, PMA (10 nM).[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Bernard-Soulier Syndrome

    Ib/IX is described.[] Diagnosis can be confirmed by platelet aggregation studies and flow cytometry.[] […] and nonproteolytic mechanisms of platelet activation.[] In this paper we describe a case of BSS with severe deficiency of factor XI. The patient had both BSS and factor XI deficiency.[] A case of autoimmune chronic active hepatitis with unusual extrahepatic manifestations is described.[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase
  • Phenylbutazone

    The conclusion, that both PBZ and KP form a binding site in the same subdomains (IIA or/and IB), points to the necessity of using a monitoring therapy owning to the possible[] platelet factor 3 availability.[] PBZ inhibited both the oriented migration and locomotion speed induced by 10(-7) M FMLP, but did not affect its chemotactic activity.[] Simultaneous plasma and synovial fluid samples have been obtained from patients, having reached a steady state on phenylbutazone, as a means of investigating factors influencing[] The recommended oral dose is 2-4 grams/1000 Ib daily. How should Phenylbutazone be taken? It comes as tablets and capsules to take by mouth with food.[]

    Missing: Acetylhydrolase