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Phlorotannins from Brown Algae (Fucus vesiculosus) Inhibited the Formation of Advanced Glycation Endproducts by Scavenging Reactive CarbonylsHAIYAN LIU; LIWEI GU.Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (Print). 2012, Vol 60, Num 5, pp 1326-1334, issn 0021-8561, 9 p.Article

Prevention of non-enzymic glycation of proteins by dietary agents: prospects for alleviating diabetic complicationsSARASWAT, Megha; YADAGIRI REDDY, P; MUTHENNA, P et al.British journal of nutrition. 2009, Vol 101, Num 11, pp 1714-1721, issn 0007-1145, 8 p.Article

Vascular methylglyoxal metabolism and the development of hypertensionXIAOXIA WANG; DESAI, Kaushik; TUANJIE CHANG et al.Journal of hypertension. 2005, Vol 23, Num 8, pp 1565-1573, issn 0263-6352, 9 p.Article

Arguing for the motion : Yes, RAGE is a receptor for advanced glycation endproductsRAMASAMY, Ravichandran; SHI FANG YAN; SCHMIDT, Ann Marie et al.Molecular nutrition & food research (Print). 2007, Vol 51, Num 9, pp 1111-1115, issn 1613-4125, 5 p.Conference Paper

Dietary advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) and their health effects -PROSEBEKOVA, Katarina; SOMOZA, Veronika.Molecular nutrition & food research (Print). 2007, Vol 51, Num 9, pp 1079-1084, issn 1613-4125, 6 p.Conference Paper

Endogenous soluble receptor for advanced glycation endproducts is increased in preeclampsiaFASSHAUER, Mathias; SEEGER, Jeannette; WALDEYER, Theresa et al.Journal of hypertension. 2008, Vol 26, Num 9, pp 1824-1828, issn 0263-6352, 5 p.Article

Oxidative stress and diabetes mellitusHUI YANG; XUN JIN; KEI LAM, Christopher Wai et al.Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. 2011, Vol 49, Num 11, pp 1773-1782, issn 1434-6621, 10 p.Article

Reactive Metabolites and AGE/RAGE-Mediated Cellular Dysfunction Affect the Aging Process: A Mini-ReviewFLEMING, Thomas H; HUMPERT, Per M; NAWROTH, Peter P et al.Gerontology (Basel). 2011, Vol 57, Num 5, pp 435-443, issn 0304-324X, 9 p.Article

HMGB1 Regulates RANKL-Induced Osteoclastogenesis in a Manner Dependent on RAGEZHENG ZHOU; HAN, Jun-Yan; XI, Cai-Xia et al.Journal of bone and mineral research (Print). 2008, Vol 23, Num 7, pp 1084-1096, issn 0884-0431, 13 p.Article

Fructose-mediated non-enzymatic glycation: sweet coupling or bad modificationSCHALKWIJK, Casper G; STEHOUWER, Coen D. A; VAN HINSBERGH, Victor W. M et al.Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews (Print). 2004, Vol 20, Num 5, pp 369-382, issn 1520-7552, 14 p.Article

Receptor for AGE (RAGE) and its ligands-cast into leading roles in diabetes and the inflammatory responseSHI FANG YAN; RAMASAMY, Ravichandran; SCHMIDT, Ann Marie et al.Journal of molecular medicine (Berlin. Print). 2009, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 235-247, issn 0946-2716, 13 p.Article

Methodological and Preanalytical Evaluation of a RAGE ImmunoassayWITTWER, Christin; LEHNER, Julia; FERSCHING, Debora et al.Anticancer research. 2012, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 2075-2078, issn 0250-7005, 4 p., bConference Paper

Serum levels of soluble receptor for advanced glycation endproducts (sRAGE) in patients with different psychiatric disordersEMANUELE, Enzo; MARTINELLI, Valentina; CARLIN, Maria V et al.Neuroscience letters. 2011, Vol 487, Num 1, pp 99-102, issn 0304-3940, 4 p.Article

Fueling inflammation at tumor microenvironment: the role of multiligand/rage axisROJAS, Armando; FIGUEROA, Hector; MORALES, Erik et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2010, Vol 31, Num 3, pp 334-341, issn 0143-3334, 8 p.Article

Polymorphisms in glyoxalase 1 gene are not associated with vascular complications: the Hoorn and CoDAM studiesENGELEN, Lian; FERREIRA, Isabel; FESKENS, Edith J. M et al.Journal of hypertension. 2009, Vol 27, Num 7, pp 1399-1403, issn 0263-6352, 5 p.Article

Receptor for advanced glycation endproducts and atherosclerosis : From basic mechanisms to clinical implicationsBASTA, Giuseppina.Atherosclerosis. 2008, Vol 196, Num 1, pp 9-21, issn 0021-9150, 13 p.Article

Advanced glycation endproducts induce podocyte apoptosis by activation of the FOXO4 transcription factorCHUANG, P. Y; YU, Q; FANG, W et al.Kidney international. 2007, Vol 72, Num 8, pp 965-976, issn 0085-2538, 12 p.Article

High plasma levels of the soluble receptor for advanced glycation endproducts in patients with symptomatic carotid atherosclerosisBASTA, G; CASTAGNINI, M; DEL TURCO, S et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2009, Vol 39, Num 12, pp 1065-1072, issn 0014-2972, 8 p.Article

Advanced lipoxidation end-products mediate lipid-induced glomerular injury: role of receptor-mediated mechanismsIACOBINI, Carla; MENINI, Stefano; PUGLIESE, Giuseppe et al.Journal of pathology (Print). 2009, Vol 218, Num 3, pp 360-369, issn 0022-3417, 10 p.Article

In vitro non-enzymatic ribation reduces post-yield strain accommodation in cortical boneWILLETT, Thomas L; SUTTY, Sibi; GASPAR, Anne et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 52, Num 2, pp 611-622, issn 8756-3282, 12 p.Article

Skin autofluorescence is increased in systemic lupus erythematosus but is not reflected by elevated plasma levels of advanced glycation endproductsNIENHUIS, H. L; DE LEEUW, K; BIJZET, J et al.Rheumatology (Oxford. Print). 2008, Vol 47, Num 10, pp 1554-1558, issn 1462-0324, 5 p.Article

Gender-related differences in advanced glycation endproducts, oxidative stress markers and nitric oxide synthases in ratsWANG, X; DESAI, K; JUURLINK, B. H. J et al.Kidney international. 2006, Vol 69, Num 2, pp 281-287, issn 0085-2538, 7 p.Article

Endogenous secretory receptor for advanced glycation endproducts as a novel prognostic marker in chondrosarcomaTAKEUCHI, Akihiko; YAMAMOTO, Yasuhiko; TSUNEYAMA, Koichi et al.Cancer. 2007, Vol 109, Num 12, pp 2532-2540, issn 0008-543X, 9 p.Article

Naturally occurring flavonoids attenuate high glucose-induced expression of proinflammatory cytokines in human monocytic THP-1 cellsWU, Chi-Hao; WU, Cheng-Feng; HUANG, Hsiao-Wen et al.Molecular nutrition & food research (Print). 2009, Vol 53, Num 8, pp 984-995, issn 1613-4125, 12 p.Article

Collagen advanced glycation inhibits its Discoidin Domain Receptor 2 (DDR2)-mediated induction of lysyl oxidase in osteoblastsKHOSRAVI, Roozbeh; SODEK, Katharine L; FAIBISH, Michael et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 58, pp 33-41, issn 8756-3282, 9 p.Article

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