DNBS

AcronymDefinition
DNBSDiNitroBenzene Sulfonic Acid
DNBSDepartment of Non-Banking Supervision (Reserve Bank of India)
DNBSDISH (Digital Information Sky Highway) Network Business Solutions (EchoStar Communications Corp.)
DNBSDistributed Node B Solution
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This study also verifies the assessment of the effect of LSA on the expression ofT-bet and GATA-3 in DNBS treated colonic tissue.
The probe 1 was devised by exploiting 2 as the fluorophore and DNBS as the reaction moiety.
Especially in complex diseases, the molecules in this group are strongly and dynamically correlated in the predisease state (see Section 2.3), which can be viewed as DNBs for early-warning signals.
DNBS used to induce experimental IBD was dissolved in 50% ethanol.
capreolata (AFC) in the dinitrobenzenesulphonic acid (DNBS) model of experimental colitis in mice, correlating its potential anti-inflammatory activity to the expression of some of the mediators involved in the intestinal inflammatory response, such as pro-inflammatory cytokines, like IL-6, (IL)-1[beta], TNF-[alpha], IL-12 and IL-17, the chemokine intercellular adhesion molecule (ICAM)-l, the enzymes inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and the metalloproteinase (MMP)-9, as well as two markers of epithelial integrity in the mucosa, the mucin MUC-2 and the transmembrane protein zonula occludens (ZO)-1.
Six most up-regulated proteins in HaCaT against DNBS stimulation were chromosome X ORF 26 (Cxorf26), co-chaperone P23 (PTGES3), calmodulin (CALM3), interferon-gamma inducing factor precursor (IL-18), smooth muscle/non-muscle myosin alkali light chain (MYL6)and breakpoint cluster region protein 1 (BANF1).
Advances in imaging, 2-color base labeling, and other improvements in sequencing chemistry, combined with our patterned DNB nanoarrays and large-scale manufacturing through BGI, have the potential to achieve dramatic cost reduction toward $1 per gigabase of raw reads in the next few years.
Prostatitis was induced using 10 mg/mL of DNBS dissolved in 50% EtOH and 50% 0.01 M pH 7.2 sterile phosphate-buffered saline (PBS).
We investigated the influence of two different preparations of the mucosa: one where the epithelium and intraepithelial cells were removed enzymatically, the denuded biopsies (DNB), and one where collagenase was used to digest the lamina propria after the removal of the epithelium.
Intrarectal administration of DNBS significantly reduced the body weight gain with respect to noninflamed controls (P < 0.01).
As Sidney Lee, Stephen's successor as editor of the DNB, put it in his memoir of George Smith: