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1 Isolation and characterization of the viscous, high-molecular-mass microbial carbohydrate fraction from faeces of healthy subjects and patients with Crohn's disease and the consequences for a therapeutic approach
article 1998    
Author: Ruseler- Embden, J.G.H. van · Lieshout, L.M.C. van · Binnema, D.J. · Hazenberg, M.P.
Keywords: Nutrition · Hydroxypropylcellulose · Peptidoglycan · Viscosity · Carbohydrate · Food additive · Hydroxypropylcellulose · Lysozyme · Muramic acid · Peptidoglycan polysaccharide · Adult · Aged · Carbohydrate analysis · Chemical analysis · Clinical article · Clinical trial · Controlled study crohn disease · Defecation · Diet supplementation · Feces analysis · Feces viscosity · Human · Intestine mucosa · Intestine wall · Molecular weight · Oral drug administration · Priority journal · Viscosity · Adult · Aged · Bacteria · Cellulose · Chromatography, Gel · Crohn Disease · Feces · Food Additives · Humans · Middle Aged · Molecular Weight · Peptidoglycan · Statistics, Nonparametric · Viscosity
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2 The antiinflammatory drug sulfasalazine inhibits tumor necrosis factor alpha expression in macrophages by inducing apoptosis
article 2000    
Author: Rodenburg, R.J.T. · Ganga, A. · Lent, P.L.E.M. van · Putte, L.B.A. van de · Venrooij, W.J. van
Keywords: Nutrition · Medicine · Geneeskunde · Pharmacology · Toxicology · Caspase 8 · Salazosulfapyridine · Tumor necrosis factor alpha · Animal cell · Antiinflammatory activity · Apoptosis · Crohn disease · Cytokine production · Drug mechanism · Macrophage · Mouse · Nonhuman · Priority journal · Protein expression · Rheumatoid arthritis · Adenosine · Animals · Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal · Apoptosis · Caspases · Cells, Cultured · Cysteine Proteinase Inhibitors · Humans · Macrophage Activation · Macrophages · Macrophages, Peritoneal · Methotrexate · Mice · Mice, Inbred C57BL · Sulfasalazine · Tumor Necrosis Fac
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3 Effect of the anti-tumor necrosis factor-α antibody infliximab on the ex vivo mucosal matrix metalloproteinase-proteolytic phenotype in inflammatory bowel disease
article 2007    
Author: Meijer, M.J. · Mieremet-Ooms, M.A.C. · Duijn, W. van · Zon, A.M. van der · Hanemaaijer, R. · Verheijen, J.H. · Hogezand, R.A. van · Lamers, C.B.H.W. · Verspaget, H.W.
Keywords: Biomedical Research · Inflammatory bowel disease · Infliximab · Matrix metalloproteinase · Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase · Tumor necrosis factor-alpha · azathioprine · cyclosporin · gelatinase A · gelatinase B · infliximab · interstitial collagenase · mesalazine · messenger RNA · pokeweed mitogen · steroid · stromelysin · tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase 1 · tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase 2 · tumor necrosis factor alpha antibody · adolescent · adult · aged · article · clinical article · controlled study · Crohn disease · drug effect · enteritis · explant · female · genotype · human · human tissue · intestine mucosa · male · priority journal · protein degradation · protein expression · single nucleotide polymorphism · ulcerative colitis · Adolescent · Adult · Aged · Antibodies, Monoclonal · Colitis, Ulcerative · Crohn Disease · Down-Regulation · Female · Humans · Intestinal Mucosa · Male · Matrix Metalloproteinases · Middle Aged · Phenotype · Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide · Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction · Tissue Culture Techniques · Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinases · Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha
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4 The metabolic activity of fecal microbiota from healthy individuals and patients with inflammatory bowel disease
article 2004    
Author: Nuenen, M.H.M.C. van · Venema, K. · Woude, J.C.J. van der · Kuipers, E.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Fermentation · In vitro model · Inflammatory bowel disease · Metabolites · Microbial activity · ammonia · branched chain fatty acid · fatty acid · lactic acid · phenol derivative · short chain fatty acid · unclassified drug · adult · article · carbohydrate metabolism · chronicity · clinical article · controlled study · enteritis · fatty acid synthesis · feces microflora · fermentation · human · in vitro study · metabolite · microbial metabolism · model · nonhuman · normal human · priority journal · protein degradation · Adult · Ammonia · Bacteria · Colitis, Ulcerative · Colon · Crohn Disease · Fatty Acids · Fatty Acids, Volatile · Feces · Fermentation · Humans · Lactic Acid · Middle Aged
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5 Health issues of whey proteins: 1. Protection of lean body mass
article 2006    
Author: Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Biology · Biomedical Research · Clinical states · Muscle mass protection · Sarcopenia · Weight loss · Whey proteins · branched chain amino acid · cysteine · essential amino acid · glucose · glutamine · glutathione · milk protein · amino acid composition · burn · cancer · catabolism · chronic obstructive lung disease · Crohn disease · decarboxylation · diabetes mellitus · digestive function · energy metabolism · exercise · glucose homeostasis · glutathione metabolism · health program · host resistance · human · Human immunodeficiency virus infection · insulin resistance · kidney disease · lean body weight · muscle atrophy · non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus · nonhuman · nutritional assessment · nutritional requirement · nutritional status · nutritional value · protein degradation · protein diet · protein function · protein intake · protein metabolism · protein synthesis · review · sepsis · statistical significance · surgical injury · transamination · weight reduction · whey · wound healing
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6 DMBT1 functions as pattern-recognition molecule for poly-sulfated and poly-phosphorylated ligands
article 2009    
Author: End, C. · Bikker, F.J. · Renner, M. · Bergmann, G. · Lyer, S. · Blaich, S. · Hudler, M. · Helmke, B. · Gassler, N. · Autschbach, F. · Ligtenberg, A.J.M. · Benner, A. · Holmskov, U. · Schirmacher, P. · Nieuw Amerongen, A.V. · Rosenstiel, P. · Sina, C. · Franke, A. · Hafner, M. · Kioschis, P. · Schreiber, S. · Poustka, A. · Mollenhauer, J.
Keywords: Health · Inflammatory bowel disease · Innate immunity · Mucosal immunity · Pattern recognition · Scavenger receptor cysteine-rich · Carrageenan · Deleted in malignant brain tumors 1 · Dextran sulfate · Glycoprotein · Heparan sulfate · Lipopolysaccharide · Lipoteichoic acid · Unclassified drug · Cell surface receptor · DMBT1 protein, human · Ligand · Phosphate · Animal experiment · Animal model · Antiinflammatory activity · Antimicrobial activity · Binding competition · Cell aggregation · Colitis · Controlled study · Crohn disease · Cytotoxicity · Dose response · Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay · Escherichia coli · Experimental mouse · Host pathogen interaction · Human · Human cell · In vitro study · Innate immunity · Intestine epithelium cell · Mouse · Nonhuman · Protein binding · Protein determination · Protein expression · Protein function · Protein motif · Protein phosphorylation · Salmonella minnesota · Salmonella typhimurium · Streptococcus gordonii · Sulfation · Bacterium · Cell line · Drug antagonism · Epithelium cell · Genetics · Immunology · Intestine · Metabolism · Microbiology · Bacteria · Carrageenan · Cell Line · Dextran Sulfate · Epithelial Cells · Humans · Intestines · Ligands · Phosphates · Receptors, Cell Surface
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