Silica nanoparticle induces pulmonary fibroblast transdifferentiation via macrophage route: Potential mechanism revealed by proteomic analysis

2021 ◽  
pp. 105220
Ning Li ◽  
Luyao Wang ◽  
Fan Shi ◽  
Pan Yang ◽  
Kun Sun ◽  
2019 ◽  
Vol 194 ◽  
pp. 70-78 ◽  
Xiaoqun Zeng ◽  
Qing Pan ◽  
Yuxing Guo ◽  
Zhen Wu ◽  
Yangying Sun ◽  

2007 ◽  
Vol 177 (4S) ◽  
pp. 297-297
Kristina Schwamborn ◽  
Rene Krieg ◽  
Ruth Knüchel-Clarke ◽  
Joachim Grosse ◽  
Gerhard Jakse

Melanie K. T. Takarangi ◽  
Deryn Strange

When people are told that their negative memories are worse than other people’s, do they later remember those events differently? We asked participants to recall a recent negative memory then, 24 h later, we gave some participants feedback about the emotional impact of their event – stating it was more or less negative compared to other people’s experiences. One week later, participants recalled the event again. We predicted that if feedback affected how participants remembered their negative experiences, their ratings of the memory’s characteristics should change over time. That is, when participants are told that their negative event is extremely negative, their memories should be more vivid, recollected strongly, and remembered from a personal perspective, compared to participants in the other conditions. Our results provide support for this hypothesis. We suggest that external feedback might be a potential mechanism in the relationship between negative memories and psychological well-being.

Planta Medica ◽  
2016 ◽  
Vol 81 (S 01) ◽  
pp. S1-S381
E Changkyun Park ◽  
SY Lee ◽  
SH Yun ◽  
WY Kim ◽  
Y Yi ◽  

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