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    • Insulin Alters the Permeability of Sheep Pleura 

      Kouritas, V. K.; Hatzoglou, C.; Ioannou, M.; Gourgoulianis, K. I.; Molyvdas, P. A. (2010)
      Aim: Insulin promotes ion transportation across epithelia, mainly kidneys, leading to water and electrolyte abnormalities, possibly causing 'insulin oedema syndrome', which rarely presents as pleural effusion. Direct ...
    • Insulin receptor number in arterial hypertension - Response to treatment with fosinopril or atenolol 

      Makris, T.; Krespi, P.; Triposkiadis, F.; Votteas, V.; Hatzizaharias, A.; Kyriakidis, M. (1998)
      Human insulin receptor (hINR) number and its response to medical treatment was evaluated in 14 male controls and 40 male hypertensive patients. Twenty patients treated with fosinopril (10 to 20 mg daily orally) comprised ...
    • Role of anabolic agents in colorectal carcinogenesis: Myths and realities (Review) 

      Krasanakis T., Nikolouzakis T.K., Sgantzos M., Mariolis-Sapsakos T., Souglakos J., Spandidos D.A., Tsitsimpikou C., Tsatsakis A., Tsiaoussis J. (2019)
      Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the four leading causes of cancer-related mortality worldwide. Even though over the past few decades the global scientific community has made tremendous efforts to understand this entity, ...