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DNA Clock May Reveal Anti-Aging Secrets by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Sat 16 Nov 2013 10:07pm Posted on Nov. 13, 2013, 6 a.m. in DNA repair Anti-Aging DNA - image from Shutterstock A number of scientific efforts aimed at developing therapeu ... Read on »
Documented involvement of viruses in ME/CFS by Margaret Williams by Andrea P. Patient Expert Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 9:24am Permission to Repost Documented involvement of viruses in ME/CFS Margaret Williams 30th December 2009 For decades it has been known and shown that viruses play a role in ME/CFS. Now there is evidence of a direct association with a gamma retrovirus - XMRV -- that disables the immune system in ME/CFS, thus allowing numerous latent ... Read on »
Diagnosis and Treatment of Lupus Fact #7 – No single test for Lupus! by Lupus Adventurer Posted Mon 07 May 2012 1:33pm Diagnosis and Treatment of Lupus:  There is no single laboratory test that can decide whether a person has lupus. Diagnosing lupus involves analyzing the results of several lab tests, a review of the person’s entire medical history, and the history of close family members.  When I was finally diagnosed with Lupus, I had demonstrated 7 of the ... Read on »
Fluorescent antinuclear antibody (FANA) testing by pathologystudent Posted Mon 22 Apr 2013 12:21pm Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a multisystem, autoimmune disease. It’s characterized by the formation of many different autoantibodies, the most notable of which are antinuclear antibodies. These antibodies are useful for diagnosis, and they also play a big part in the pathogenesis of the disease. Antinuclear antibodies Ant ... Read on »
Tests & Diagnostics for Lupus by Be Well Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common tests and diagnostics for Lupus: Anticardiolipin antibody test Anti-DNA antibody test Anti-La (SSB) antibody test Antinuclear antibody (ANA) test Antinuclear Antibody Test Anti-RNP antibody test Anti-Ro (SSA) antibody test Anti-Sm antibody test Blood chemistries Complement levels ... Read on »
Treating Autoimmune Disease with Naturopathic Medicine (part one) by Robin V. Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 10:53pm Canadians have one of the highest rates of autoimmune disease prevalence in the world. Normally the immune system does not attack the self. In autoimmune disease, the immune system loses its ability to distinguish self  vs. non-self molecules and attacks its own cells. The attack can be directed to a specific tissue (eg pancreas with diabetes t ... Read on »
Recombinant Human Prion Protein Inhibits Prion Propagation in vitro by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Oct 2013 1:31pm Scientific Reports | Article Open   Print Email Share/bookmark CiteULike Facebook Twitter Delicious Digg Google+ LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Recombinant Human Prion Protein Inhibits Prion Propagation in vitro Jue Yuan,1, 3, 15 Yi-An Zhan,1, 7, 15 Romany Abskharon,5, 6, 14, 15 Xiangzhu Xiao,1, 3 Manuel Camacho Martinez,1, 3 Xiaoche ... Read on »
Anti-H2A Antibody and Method for Detecting DNA Double-Stranded Breaks by nih.gov Posted Thu 31 Aug 2000 5:00pm Description of Invention: There presently exist assays for determining DNA breakage due to stresses such as radiation and toxins. These include the TUNEL assay and single cell gel electrophoresis, among others. The difficulty in using these and other assays arises in that a great number of DNA breaks are necessary for adequa ... Read on »
Selective Oxidation of DNA Topoisomerase 1 Induces Systemic Sclerosis in the Mouse by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:55pm Research by Amélie Servettaz and colleague Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a connective tissue disorder of great clinical heterogeneity. Its pathophysiology remains unclear. Our aim was to evaluate the relative roles of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and of the immune system using an original model of SSc. BALB/c and immunodeficient BALB/c SCID ... Read on »
Selective oxidation of DNA topoisomerase 1 induces systemic sclerosis in the mouse. by Jan Posted Mon 26 Oct 2009 11:06pm By Servettaz A. and Colleague Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a connective tissue disorder of great clinical heterogeneity. Its pathophysiology remains unclear. Our aim was to evaluate the relative roles of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and of the immune system using an original model of SSc. BALB/c and immunodeficient BALB/c SCID mice were injecte ... Read on »