serum amyloid A

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serum amyloid A

Serum amyloid A protein levels in haemodialysis patients

Serum amyloid A protein levels in haemodialysis patients

The acute phase protein serum amyloid A primes neutrophils

Serum amyloid A protein stimulates CCL20 production in rheumatoid synoviocytes

Serum amyloid A protein is a clinically useful indicator of acute renal allograft rejection.

Cheetahs Have 4 Serum Amyloid A Genes Evolved through Repeated Duplication Events

New insights into the role of serum amyloid P component, a novel lipopolysaccharide-binding protein

Characterization of the Cheetah Serum Amyloid A1 Gene: Critical Role and Functional Polymorphism of a Cis-Acting Element

Response of C-Reactive Protein and Serum Amyloid A to Influenza A Infection in Older Adults

An active metabolite of leflunomide, A77 1726, inhibits the production of serum amyloid A protein in human hepatocytes

Polycystic ovary syndrome influences the level of serum amyloid A and activity of phospholipid transfer protein in HDL2 and HDL3

Acute phase proteins, C-reactive protein and serum amyloid A protein, as prognostic markers in the elderly inpatient

The Acute-Phase Response and Serum Amyloid A Inhibit the Inflammatory Response to Acinetobacter baumannii Pneumonia

High-density lipoprotein loses its anti-inflammatory capacity by accumulation of pro-inflammatory-serum amyloid A

P179. Serum amyloid A level correlated with endoscopic findings in patients with Crohn’s disease - possible biomarker for evaluating mucosal healing

Increased susceptibility of serum amyloid A 1.1 to degradation by MMP-1: potential explanation for higher risk of type AA amyloidosis

Serum Amyloid A Protein Concentration in Blood is Influenced by Genetic Differences in the Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

P5311Influence of physical activity on hdl-quality reflected by serum amyloid a and surfactant protein b


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abbr.: SAA; any plasma protein whose synthesis in liver is induced by interleukins 1 and 6 and other cytokines. SAA1 and SAA2 (each of 104 amino acids) are acute‐phase reactants. ...

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