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Additional file 2 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 2: Table S1. List of oligonucleotide primers used for RT-qPCR

Effect of cyclic loading at elevated temperatures on the magnetic susceptibility of a magnetite-bearing ore

Katarzyna Dudzisz , Mario Walter, Ralf Krumholtz , Boris Reznik & Agnes Kontny
Rocks are often subjected to dynamic stress that occurs during earthquakes, volcanic activity as well as human-induced activities. The aim of this study is to test if mechanical fatigue in rocks can be monitored by magnetic methods. For this purpose, the effect of cyclic-mechanical loading (150 + 30 MPa) on the magnetic susceptibility and its anisotropy of a magnetite-bearing ore with varying temperatures and environment was investigated. Our study shows that magnetic susceptibility decreases significantly...

Additional file 1 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 1. Methods

Additional file 1 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 1. Methods

Additional file 2 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 2: Table S1. List of oligonucleotide primers used for RT-qPCR

Additional file 4 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 4: Table S3. Serum biochemical analysis. L group – TMA low-dose group; H group – TMA high-dose group. All data are expressed as the mean ± SD

Keratin-Butyrate Scaffolds Promote Skin Wound Healing in Diabetic Rats Through Down-Regulation of IL-1β and Up-Regulation of Keratins 16 and 17

Marek Konop, Mateusz Rybka, Mateusz Szudzik, Łukasz Mazurek, Anna K. Laskowska, Dorota Sulejczak, Zbigniew Ruszczak, Rafał Mazgaj, Bartłomiej Cieślik, Robert A. Schwartz, Emilia Samborowska, Jakub Frankowski, Adam Waszkowski, Piotr Konopelski & Joanna Czuwara
Impaired wound healing particularly in diabetics creates a significant healthcare burden. The study aimed to evaluate the effect of keratin-butyrate fibers (FKDP +0.1%NaBu) in a full-thickness skin wound model in 30 diabetic rats. Physicochemical examination showed that the obtained dressing possesses a heterogeneous structure and butyrate was slowly released into the wound. Moreover, the obtained dressing is nontoxic and supports cell growth. In vivo results showed that keratin-butyrate dressing accelerated wound healing on days 4...

Keratin-Butyrate Scaffolds Promote Skin Wound Healing in Diabetic Rats Through Down-Regulation of IL-1β and Up-Regulation of Keratins 16 and 17

Marek Konop, Mateusz Rybka, Mateusz Szudzik, Łukasz Mazurek, Anna K. Laskowska, Dorota Sulejczak, Zbigniew Ruszczak, Rafał Mazgaj, Bartłomiej Cieślik, Robert A. Schwartz, Emilia Samborowska, Jakub Frankowski, Adam Waszkowski, Piotr Konopelski & Joanna Czuwara
Impaired wound healing particularly in diabetics creates a significant healthcare burden. The study aimed to evaluate the effect of keratin-butyrate fibers (FKDP +0.1%NaBu) in a full-thickness skin wound model in 30 diabetic rats. Physicochemical examination showed that the obtained dressing possesses a heterogeneous structure and butyrate was slowly released into the wound. Moreover, the obtained dressing is nontoxic and supports cell growth. In vivo results showed that keratin-butyrate dressing accelerated wound healing on days 4...

Additional file 4 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 4: Table S3. Serum biochemical analysis. L group – TMA low-dose group; H group – TMA high-dose group. All data are expressed as the mean ± SD

On Mesozoic uplifts along the SW edge of the East European Craton – new insight from regional onshore (PolandSPAN) and offshore (BalTec) seismic reflection data from Poland

Piotr Krzywiec , Łukasz Słonka , Aleksandra Stachowska , Quang Nguyen , Michał Malinowski , Christian Huebscher , Regina Kramarska & Niklas Ahlrichs
East European Craton (EEC) in Poland has been recently studied by onshore PolandSPAN and offshore BalTec regional seismic surveys. PolandSPAN data imaged earliest Late Jurassic, earliest Late Cretaceous and mid-Late Cretaceous laterally extensive unconformities that document hitherto unknown substantial uplifts of the SW edge of the EEC. Cretaceous unconformities might have been formed as a result of inversion-induced buckling of the cratonic edge. BalTec offshore survey was acquired within the transition zone between the Paleozoic...

Additional file 3 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 3: Table S2. Echocardiographic parameters. IVSD, interventricular septum thickness at diastole; LVDD, left ventricular diastolic diameter; PWD, posterior wall thickness at diastole; IVSS, interventricular septum thickness at systole; LVDS, left ventricular systolic diameter; PWS, posterior wall thickness at systole; EF, ejection fraction; FS, fractional shortening, LVEDV, left ventricular end-diastolic volume; LVESV, left ventricular end-systolic volume; AO, aortic root diameter; LA, left atrium diameter; CO; cardiac output; L group – TMA low-dose group; H...

Additional file 1 of The antibiofilm activity of selected substances used in oral health prophylaxis

R. Dudek-Wicher, A. F. Junka, P. Migdał, A. Korzeniowska-Kowal, A. Wzorek & M. Bartoszewicz
Additional file 1: Table 1. All clinical strainsused in performed tests. Figure 1. Biofilm coated HA discs placed in agar wells - gingival pocketssimulation. Table 2. Ingredients of all tested commercial products. Figure 2. Biocellulose (BC) discs. Figure 3. Procedure diagram of the A.D.A.M. method A-cutting of agar tunnels, B - placing HA disks in agar tunnels, C – flooding HA discs with artificial saliva, D -covering tunnels with biocellulose saturated with tested solutions. Figure...

Additional file 3 of Trimethylamine, a gut bacteria metabolite and air pollutant, increases blood pressure and markers of kidney damage including proteinuria and KIM-1 in rats

Klaudia M. Maksymiuk, Mateusz Szudzik, Marta Gawryś-Kopczyńska, Maksymilian Onyszkiewicz, Emilia Samborowska, Izabella Mogilnicka & Marcin Ufnal
Additional file 3: Table S2. Echocardiographic parameters. IVSD, interventricular septum thickness at diastole; LVDD, left ventricular diastolic diameter; PWD, posterior wall thickness at diastole; IVSS, interventricular septum thickness at systole; LVDS, left ventricular systolic diameter; PWS, posterior wall thickness at systole; EF, ejection fraction; FS, fractional shortening, LVEDV, left ventricular end-diastolic volume; LVESV, left ventricular end-systolic volume; AO, aortic root diameter; LA, left atrium diameter; CO; cardiac output; L group – TMA low-dose group; H...

Additional file 1 of The antibiofilm activity of selected substances used in oral health prophylaxis

R. Dudek-Wicher, A. F. Junka, P. Migdał, A. Korzeniowska-Kowal, A. Wzorek & M. Bartoszewicz
Additional file 1: Table 1. All clinical strainsused in performed tests. Figure 1. Biofilm coated HA discs placed in agar wells - gingival pocketssimulation. Table 2. Ingredients of all tested commercial products. Figure 2. Biocellulose (BC) discs. Figure 3. Procedure diagram of the A.D.A.M. method A-cutting of agar tunnels, B - placing HA disks in agar tunnels, C – flooding HA discs with artificial saliva, D -covering tunnels with biocellulose saturated with tested solutions. Figure...

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