Elaine Hatanaka
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Suppressive effect of short-chain fatty acids on production of proinflammatory mediators by neutrophils
MAR Vinolo, HG Rodrigues, E Hatanaka, FT Sato, SC Sampaio, R Curi
The Journal of nutritional biochemistry 22 (9), 849-855, 2011
4092011
Neutrophils and monocytes as potentially important sources of proinflammatory cytokines in diabetes
E Hatanaka, PT Monteagudo, MSM Marrocos, A Campa
Clinical & Experimental Immunology 146 (3), 443-447, 2006
2032006
2016
G Martin, M Ortega-Díaz
The Phrase Finder, 1996
1541996
Short-chain fatty acids stimulate the migration of neutrophils to inflammatory sites
MAR Vinolo, HG Rodrigues, E Hatanaka, CB Hebeda, SHP Farsky, R Curi
Clinical science 117 (9), 331-338, 2009
1372009
Effect of oleic and linoleic acids on the inflammatory phase of wound healing in rats
LM Pereira, E Hatanaka, EF Martins, F Oliveira, EA Liberti, SH Farsky, ...
Cell Biochemistry and Function: Cellular biochemistry and its modulation by …, 2008
1272008
Systematic study on ROS production induced by oleic, linoleic, and γ-linolenic acids in human and rat neutrophils
E Hatanaka, AC Levada-Pires, TC Pithon-Curi, R Curi
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 41 (7), 1124-1132, 2006
1082006
Oral administration of oleic or linoleic acid accelerates the inflammatory phase of wound healing
HG Rodrigues, MAR Vinolo, J Magdalon, K Vitzel, RT Nachbar, ...
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 132 (1), 208-215, 2012
912012
Effects of short chain fatty acids on effector mechanisms of neutrophils
MAR Vinolo, E Hatanaka, RH Lambertucci, P Newsholme, R Curi
Cell Biochemistry and Function: Cellular biochemistry and its modulation by …, 2009
882009
Serum amyloid A-induced mRNA expression and release of tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) in human neutrophils
E Hatanaka, CJ Furlaneto, FP Ribeiro, GM Souza, A Campa
Immunology letters 91 (1), 33-37, 2004
872004
Moderate exercise improves leucocyte function and decreases inflammation in diabetes
MF Belotto, J Magdalon, HG Rodrigues, MAR Vinolo, R Curi, ...
Clinical & Experimental Immunology 162 (2), 237-243, 2010
812010
Melatonin decreases muscular oxidative stress and inflammation induced by strenuous exercise and stimulates growth factor synthesis
LS Borges, A Dermargos, EPS Junior, E Weimann, RH Lambertucci, ...
Journal of pineal research 58 (2), 166-172, 2015
782015
mRNA expression and release of interleukin-8 induced by serum amyloid A in neutrophils and monocytes
FP Ribeiro, CJ Furlaneto, E Hatanaka, WB Ribeiro, GM Souza, ...
Mediators of inflammation 12 (3), 173-178, 2003
782003
Understanding weight management perceptions in first-year college students using the health belief model
BM Das, EM Evans
Journal of American College Health 62 (7), 488-497, 2014
752014
Cytokines and oxidative stress status following a handball game in elite male players
DP Marin, RC Macedo dos Santos, AP Bolin, BA Guerra, E Hatanaka, ...
Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity 2011, 2011
752011
Mechanisms by which fatty acids regulate leucocyte function
T Martins de Lima, R Gorjão, E Hatanaka, MF Cury-Boaventura, ...
Clinical Science 113 (2), 65-77, 2007
722007
Apolipoproteins A‐I and A‐II downregulate neutrophil functions
CJ Furlaneto, FP Ribeiro, E Hatanaka, GM Souza, MA Cassatella, ...
Lipids 37 (9), 925-928, 2002
622002
The acute phase protein serum amyloid A primes neutrophils
E Hatanaka, F Pereira Ribeiro, A Campa
FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology 38 (1), 81-84, 2003
602003
Ácidos graxos e cicatrização: uma revisão
E Hatanaka, R Curi
Rev Bras Farmacol 88 (2), 53-8, 2007
592007
Dietary free oleic and linoleic acid enhances neutrophil function and modulates the inflammatory response in rats
HG Rodrigues, MAR Vinolo, J Magdalon, H Fujiwara, DMH Cavalcanti, ...
Lipids 45 (9), 809-819, 2010
582010
Interaction between serum amyloid A and leukocytes—a possible role in the progression of vascular complications in diabetes
E Hatanaka, PT Monteagudo, MSM Marrocos, A Campa
Immunology letters 108 (2), 160-166, 2007
532007
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