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Colitis (BASKET)1475Colitis (allg)

Colitis (BASKET)

Colitis ulcerosa

Imiquimod

Naringin

2005  
1
Terminology for the diagnosis of colitis.
[16254099] J Clin Pathol 58(11): 1133-4 (2005)
2004  
2
2008  
3
Spectrum of non-inflammatory bowel disease and non-infectious colitis.
[19109860] World J Gastroenterol 14(48): 7277-9 (2008)
2012  
4
The proximodistal aggravation of colitis depends on substance P released from TRPV1-expressing sensory neurons.
[22080974] J Gastroenterol 47(3): 256-65 (2012)
2010  
5
PMC   
6
Toll-like receptor-7 ligand Imiquimod induces type I interferon and antimicrobial peptides to ameliorate dextran sodium sulfate-induced acute colitis.
[21953855] Inflamm Bowel Dis 18(5):955-67 (2012)
PMC   
7
Interferon-gamma induces expression of MHC class II on intestinal epithelial cells and protects mice from colitis.
[24489792] PLoS One 9(1):e86844 (2014)
PMC   
8
Bacteria penetrate the normally impenetrable inner colon mucus layer in both murine colitis models and patients with ulcerative colitis.
[23426893] Gut 63(2):281-91 (2014)
PMC   
9
Naringin ameliorates acetic acid induced colitis through modulation of endogenous oxido-nitrosative balance and DNA damage in rats.
[24683411] J Biomed Res 28(2):132-45 (2014)

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