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Effect of full flavor and denicotinized cigarettes exposure on the brain microvascular endothelium: a microarray-based gene expression study using a human immortalized BBB endothelial cell line

study provides a detailed analysis of Nrf2-related cytoprotective mechanisms activated in response to 3R4F and ULN-derived TS exposure correlating the results with their oxidative and inflammatory potential.
7thSpace Interactive (portal)
added Jun 22, 2015 17:17
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An Adolescent Substance Prevention Model Blocks the Effect of CHRNA5 Genotype on Smoking During High School

We tested whether response to a substance use prevention/intervention program varies based upon a set of 5 markers...Conclusions: Preventive interventions can reduce the genetic risk for smoking from rs16969968.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added May 10, 2015 12:06
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[Minnesota] Maplewood Company Treats Cancer with Tobacco

after growing the tobacco plant, a biopsy is taken from a patient and injected into the plant. About six days later, the antibody or proteins created in the plant are given to the patient. Traditional methods involve chicken eggs, but the problem is that
KSTP-TV 5 (Saint Paul, MN)
added May 7, 2015 12:06
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22nd Century’s Fox Business Network Appearance Rescheduled

due to the extensive coverage of the ongoing Baltimore unrest, the previously announced interview of 22nd Century’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Henry Sicignano III, by Stuart Varney of Fox Business’ “Varney & Co” has been moved from today to We
Business Wire
added Apr 28, 2015 12:42
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Smoking and genetics can increase women's likelihood of giving birth to twins

African American mothers who smoke and have a genetic profile that includes a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) of the TP53 gene have an increased likelihood of having twins, concluded a team of researchers from the University of South Florida (USF) a
News-Medical.net
added Apr 24, 2015 14:34
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[UK] Asthma cure 'could happen in five or six years' after scientists discover cause

Experts have identified a gene which is triggered by allergens, cigarette smoke and car fumes which could be deactivated
The Mirror (uk)
added Apr 23, 2015 09:52
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New research finds smoking and mother's genetics combine to increase likelihood of twins

African American mothers who smoke and have a genetic profile that includes a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) of the TP53 gene have an increased likelihood of having twins, concluded a team of researchers from the University of South Florida (USF) a
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Apr 18, 2015 15:30
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[Europe] Can't kick the habit? Smokers with a specific gene keep lighting up

team of scientists at Washington University in St Louis, may have discovered why some people find it so much harder to quit. They have identified a specific genetic variation, which means a smoker is more likely to keep smoking for longer than those witho
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 17, 2015 15:28
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[Europe] Gene Variation Could Spur Longer Smoking, Earlier Cancer

The researchers analyzed more than 24 studies that included over 29,000 smokers of European ancestry. They found that people with a certain variation in a nicotine receptor gene called CHRNA5 were more likely to keep smoking for four years after those wi
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Apr 17, 2015 13:59
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[Hawaii] Biomarkers of Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Racial/Ethnic Groups at High Risk for Lung Cancer

Racial/ethnic groups with higher rates of lung cancer had slower nicotine metabolism than Whites. The complex relationship between lung cancer risk and nicotine metabolism among racial/ethnic groups needs further clarification.
American Journal of Public Health
added Apr 17, 2015 12:11
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