Day: April 2, 2023

Aging on the job? The association between occupational characteristics and accelerated biological aging by Theresa Andrasfay

OBJECTIVES: There is a common belief that demanding jobs can make workers age faster, but there is little empirical evidence linking occupational characteristics to accelerated biological aging. We examine how occupational categorizations and self-reported working conditions are associated with expanded biological age, which incorporates 22 biomarkers and captures physiologic dysregulation throughout several bodily systems.

Bile Composition – which Components Can Have Clinical Significance? A Review of the Literature by Paweł Bartłomiej Podgórski

Over the years, scientific research concerning the qualitative analysis of bile and its use in diagnostics and treatment, have been very limited. Due to unsatisfactory results of detection, inter alia, cholangiocarcinoma or gallbladder carcinoma, and the necessity to discover more efficient techniques of diagnostics, bile has become an interesting direction to study. Nowadays, thanks to…

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Evaluation of antibiotic residues in honey: a systematic review and meta-analysis by Fateme Shoaei

Nowadays, incorrect apply of antibiotics to treat infections in honey has led to health risks for humans and antibiotic resistance. Current systematic review and meta-analysis conducted to study antibiotic residues in honey. Data were obtained through searching the databases, including Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed, and other internal databases. The pooled concentration of antibiotic residues…

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The role of chidamide in the treatment of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma: An updated systematic review by Hastono Ridwansyah

B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (B-NHL) is a lymphoid malignancy derived from B-cells that remains difficult to treat. Moreover, relapses and refractory cases are common. Abnormalities in epigenetic mechanisms, such as imbalanced histone acetylation affecting certain genes, contribute to relapses and refractory cases. Chidamide (tucidinostat) is a novel histone deacetylase inhibitor that can reverse this epigenetic imbalance…

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