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Xiaohuan Chen, Lei Liu, Lei Liao, Yahui Wang, Jiacheng Shi, Hanyou Mo

Article ID: 1594
Views - 322  (Abstract) PDF - 60  (Download)
Abstract: Background: The study of regulatory B cells (Bregs) in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) has been in full swing in recent years, but the number and function of Bregs in SLE patients have also present quite contradictory results. Therefore, we conducted a meta-analysis to verify the changes in Bregs in active SLE. Methods: We identified studies reporting ...
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Yuri Pmvovarenko

Article ID: 1608
Views - 513  (Abstract) PDF - 34  (Download)
Abstract: Physiotherapists usually ignore the electric polarization of human bodies that occurs under the influence of the electromagnetic forces of the Earth. This is irrational, since the positive or negative electrification of human tissues has the opposite effect on both their properties and functional activity. How physiotherapists m...
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Rajeev Gupta

Article ID: 1755
Views - 4333  (Abstract) PDF - 50  (Download)
Abstract:Kapalbhati is well known for improving cardiovascular health. But there are some reports of heart attacks while practising kapalbhati. We hypothesize that ill-effect of kapalbhati could be because of autonomic dysfunction to heart. In the present study, we aim to understand the acute effect of kapalbhati yoga on heart rate dynamics using heart rate variabili...
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Rafik D. Grygoryan

Article ID: 1905
Views - 478  (Abstract) PDF - 31  (Download)
Abstract: An overview of about 70-year research efforts in area of mathematical modeling of human physiology is provided. The overview has two goals: i) to recognize the main advantages and causes of disadvantages or disappointments; ii) to distinguish the most promising approach for creating future models. Until recently, efforts in the modeling of quantitative ph...
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