However, the predictive models based upon the exogenous
boosting hypothesis are built upon scanty data.
ochronosis following hydroguinone for melasma.
Histologically, ELP is characterized by the presence of intra-alveolar lipid and lipid-laden macrophages and a chronic foreign body-type reaction with inhaled exogenous
lipid droplets [1, 2].
Furthermore, except for the modulatory mechanisms on the exogenous
and endogenous stem cells, the microenvironmental factors that control the stem cell niches were also discussed in this special issue.
Current study elucidates the effects exogenous
C2 ceramide and a ceramidase inhibitor- ceranib-2 on cell death in carcinomic human alveolar basal epithelial cells, A549.
It was well documented that exogenous
application of proline had beneficial effects on plants exposed to salinity conditions (Ahmed et al., 2010; Abdelhamid et al., 2013; Wutipraditkul et al., 2015).
found that 1.3% of 4400 patients in their male infertility database were on exogenous
testosterone and the majority of these patients had their therapy prescribed to them by endocrinologists and family practitioners .
Exposure to excessive amounts of exogenous
iodine is a recognized cause of thyroid dysfunction.
Furthermore, experimental studies on different plants have shown that exogenous
application of AsA may reduce salt-induced adverse effects and results in a significant increment of growth and yield [10, 11, 13].
We propose that statistical regression is not the most appropriate technique for analyzing the complex relationship between exogenous
and endogenous variables.
Early research cited the maximum rate of exogenous
carbohydrate oxidation to be ~1 g/min.
A study has demonstrated that colonization of conditional exogenous
pathogens within the gut is an important pathologic basis of hospital-acquired infections in critically ill ICU patients.[sup] The gut is inhabited by the largest variety of bacteria.