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Abbreviation : GD
Long Form : gadolinium chloride
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2011 Role of Kupffer cells in thioacetamide-induced cell cycle dysfunction. PCNA, TA
2010 Effect of gadolinium chloride on liver regeneration following thioacetamide-induced necrosis in rats. TA
2009 Evaluation of gadolinium pre-treatment with or without splenectomy in the setting of renal ischemia reperfusion injury in rats. BUN, IR, LDH, MDA, MPO
2009 Gadolinium promoted proliferation and enhanced survival in human cervical carcinoma cells. pRb
2009 Phagocytosis of gadolinium chloride or zymosan induces simultaneous upregulation of hepcidin- and downregulation of hemojuvelin- and Fpn-1-gene expression in murine liver. FPN1, HJV, KCs
2008 Nitric oxide and peroxynitrite regulate transporter transcription in rat liver slices. BSEP, Gd-slices, IL, KCs, Mdr2, MRP2, NO, OAT2, SpNO, TNF
2007 Serum level of ornithine carbamoyltransferase is influenced by the state of Kupffer cells. GDH, LPS, OCT
2005 Influence of gadolinium-induced kupffer cell blockade on portal venous tolerance in rat skin allograft transplantation. ---
2003 Depletion of Kupffer cell function by gadolinium chloride attenuates thioacetamide-induced hepatotoxicity. Expression of metallothionein and HSP70. ---
10  1999 Gadolinium blocks rat Kupffer cell calcium channels: relevance to calcium-dependent prostaglandin E2 synthesis and septic mortality. KC, LPS, PAF, PGE2, PKC, TNF-alpha, TPA
11  1999 Gadolinium chloride inhibits lipopolysaccharide-induced mortality and in vivo prostaglandin E2 release By splenic macrophages. LPS
12  1999 Kupffer cell-mediated down regulation of rat hepatic CMOAT/MRP2 gene expression. LPS
13  1998 Mechanism of increased lung injury after acute pancreatitis in IL-10 knockout mice. AP, KC, KO, MPO, SOD
14  1993 Lanthanide "blockade" of antigen-presenting cells suppresses lymphocyte proliferation by inducing nitric oxide synthesis. KC, OVA
15  1993 Lymphocyte suppression by Kupffer cells prevents portal venous tolerance induction: a study of macrophage function after intravenous gadolinium. KC