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Introduction. Cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) as attractive natural materials, have numerous applications in the biomedical field. Their unique biomechanical characteristics, surface chemistry, low cost and sustainable nature make them an engaging alternative to conventional materials and potentiate their use as progressive material. Therefore, it is...

By MILOŠ VASILJEVIĆ, SERGEJ TOMIĆ, MARINA BEKIĆ, BOJAN JOKSIMOVIĆ, DRAGANA VUČEVIĆ, MIODRAG ČOLIĆ

01.12.2019. Original Scientific Article
Differentiation plasticity of human monocytes in culture

Introduction. Human monocytes are heterogeneous and plastic cell population with the ability to undergo phenotypic and functional changes as a response to a stimulus from a local microenvironment. Our aim was to determine the potential of human monocytes to differentiate into different cell populations depending on two different cytokines (IL-4 and...

By BOJAN JOKSIMOVIĆ, SERGEJ TOMIĆ, MARINA BEKIĆ, MILOŠ VASILJEVIĆ, DRAGANA VUČEVIĆ, MIODRAG ČOLIĆ

Myocarditis is a limited or diffuse inflammation of the heart muscle, the cause of which might be infectious (viruses, bacteria, fungi, rickettsiae, parasites, protozoas) or non-infectious (systemic diseases, metabolic diseases, toxins). There are types of myocarditis the etiological factor of which cannot be determined and therefore are classified...

By BILJANA MILINKOVIĆ, DEJAN BOKONJIĆ, TATJANA GAVRILOVIĆ-ELEZ, VLADIMIR ČANČAR, NADA AVRAM

In recent years, academic publishing excited a considerable interest in gut microbiota and its role in human health maintenance. In patients with chronic renal failure, gut microbiota is altered due to increased blood urea nitrogen and metabolic acidosis, specific diet and therapy, as well as prolonged intestinal transit time. Protein-fermenting ba...

By MILOŠ MITROVIĆ, NADA DIMKOVIĆ

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is defined as a presence of significant bacteriuria in a properly collected urine sample, followed by various clinical manifestations - from asymptomatic bacteriuria to acute pyelonephritis. It is most common in infancy and particularly in females. There is a higher risk of UTI in children with underlying urological an...

By BILJANA MILINKOVIĆ, DEJAN BOKONJIĆ, BOJAN JOKSIMOVIĆ, VOJO KULIĆ, VESELINKA ŠUPIĆ