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1. Zago, M. P., Wiktorowicz, J. E., Spratt, H., Koo, S. J., Barrientos, N., Nuñez Burgos, A., ... & Garg, N. J. (2018). Potential Utility of Protein Targets of Cysteine-S-Nitrosylation in Identifying Clinical Disease Status in Human Chagas Disease. Frontiers in microbiology, 9, 3320.
Products mentioned: RD-ACTg2-Hu
2. David, M., Ain, Q. U., Ahmad, M., Zaman, W., & Jahan, S. (2019). A biochemical and histological approach to study antifertility effects of methanol leaf extract of Asplenium dalhousiae Hook. in adult male rats. Andrologia, e13262.
3. Nanayakkara, D., Sun, X. S., Morris, S., Louie, S., Mulligan, K., Overton, T., ... & Dube, M. (2019). Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation on Bone Turnover Markers during HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis using Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate-Emtricitabine in Men who have Sex with Men. AIDS research and human retroviruses, (ja).
Products mentioned: RD-PTH-Hu
4. Jaiswal, N., Agrawal, S., & Agrawal, A. (2019). High Fructose Induced Metabolic Changes Enhance Inflammation in Human Dendritic Cells. Clinical & Experimental Immunology.
Products mentioned: RD-AGE-Ge (currently out of stock)
5. Banadakoppa, M., Balakrishnan, M., & Yallampalli, C. (2018). Upregulation and release of soluble fms‐like tyrosine kinase receptor 1 mediated by complement activation in human syncytiotrophoblast cells. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 80(5), e13033.
Products mentioned: RD-VEGFR1-Hu
6. Ahsan, N., Ullah, H., Ullah, W., & Jahan, S. (2018). Comparative effects of Bisphenol S and Bisphenol A on the development of female reproductive system in rats; a neonatal exposure study. Chemosphere, 197, 336-343.
7. Ullah, A., Pirzada, M., Jahan, S., Ullah, H., Turi, N., Ullah, W., ... & Khan, M. M. (2018). Impact of low-dose chronic exposure to bisphenol A and its analogue bisphenol B, bisphenol F and bisphenol S on hypothalamo-pituitary-testicular activities in adult rats: A focus on the possible hormonal mode of action. Food and chemical toxicology, 121, 24-36.
8. Shah, S. F. A., Iqbal, T., Naveed, N., Akram, S., Rafiq, M. A., & Hussain, S. (2018). ARG1 single nucleotide polymorphisms rs2781666 and rs2781665 confer risk of Type 2 diabetes mellitus. EXCLI journal, 17, 847.
Products mentioned: RD-Arg-Hu