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** Final Fulltext of our ARB Paper is now Online**
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Wed Feb 1st, 2006 21:47

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Please update your records with the final copies of our ARBs paper. It is at URL
http://www.tbiomed.com/content/3/1/1

The provisional PubMed record is already online, and the fulltext copy in PubMed Central should be available within a few days

Enjoy :):)

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 Posted: Thu Feb 2nd, 2006 11:59

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The PDF looks very pretty now, It is at URL
http://www.tbiomed.com/content/pdf/1742-4682-3-1.pdf

Please download this clean copy:)

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 Posted: Thu Feb 2nd, 2006 13:18

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Trevor, when I try this last link I get an Adobe message "The file is damaged and cannot be repaired."

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 Posted: Thu Feb 2nd, 2006 20:30

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Hmm. Just click on the link for "PDF" in Barb's link below. It is a new, properly laid-out version of the paper (only 33 pages)

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 Posted: Thu Feb 2nd, 2006 20:59

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Research    
Common angiotensin receptor blockers may directly modulate the immune system via VDR, PPAR and CCR2b
Trevor G Marshall, Robert E Lee, Frances E Marshall
Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 2006, 3:1 (10 January 2006)
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [PubMed] [Related articles]



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 Posted: Fri Feb 3rd, 2006 05:27

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PubMed Central now has free fulltext online at this link (click here).

Not as pretty (IMO) as the original BMC publication, but good enough, and in the PubMed Central archive for posterity:)

Thanks to all whose donations allowed us to pay the $570 for all this free Open Access to be made available:)

..trevor..

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 Posted: Mon Feb 6th, 2006 10:36

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This is the same as first one http://AutoimmunityResearch.org/arb-tbiomed-paper.pdf
only nicer composition right ?
There is no additional thing to translate in it?



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 Posted: Thu Feb 8th, 2007 07:42

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If ARB's affect the VDR is the converse also true? I.e. does 1,25 Vit D act as an effective ARB? If yes then one might predict that people with TH1 disease would have relatively low blood pressure



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 Posted: Thu Feb 8th, 2007 11:25

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Nick,
I wish that biology were that simple:) However 1,25-D does not have an affinity for the Angiotensin II receptor, it is not flexible enough. Additionally, the data we are collecting indicates that blood pressure is detemined more by the immune response than by the Angiotensin subsystem.


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