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Call for papers in the Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases
Inflammation is a natural reaction of living organisms triggered by some types of infection, intoxication or tissue damage of any kind. Its main function is to eliminate the offending agent and repair the tissue damage. There are at least three types of inflammation, namely: noninfectious, infectious and toxic. The former is usually caused by acute trauma such as burns or blows. Infectious inflammation is triggered by microorganisms, from viruses to protozoa. Toxic forms are mainly caused by venomous animals, ingestion of toxic products or inhalation of chemicals. Inflammation presents characteristic signs and symptoms, namely pain, flushing, heat, edema and even loss of function.
Bench to bedside research characterizes translational approaches that are supported by the main pillars: laboratory research, translating its findings to patient care, and extending these consolidated innovations to the community.
Given the importance and breadth of the inflammation themes and the gap between basic research and the translation of its findings to patient care, the present thematic series aims to contextualize these findings to foster their transfer from the labs for the benefit of patients and, in near future, to extend to the community. Thus, the objective of this series is to provide researchers of translational health-oriented science with the opportunity to disseminate their works that contribute to the development of science, both in preclinical and clinical areas.
The proposed deadline for submissions to this thematic series is October 15, 2020*.
(*Due to the coronavirus pandemic JVATiTD has extended the deadline for submissions to December 15, 2020)
Manuscripts should be formatted according to our submission guidelines and submitted via the online submission system. Please also indicate clearly in the covering letter that the manuscript is to be considered for the “Inflammation: from bench to bedside” series.
If you would like to enquiry about the suitability of a manuscript for consideration, please email a pre-submission enquiry to email@example.com.
Interactions amongst inflammation, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone and kallikrein-kinin systems: suggestive approaches for COVID-19 therapy
Lilian Caroline Gonçalves Oliveira1, Nayara Azinheira Nobrega Cruz1, Bruna Ricelli1, Helio Tedesco-Silva Jr.1, José Osmar Medina-Pestana1, Dulce Elena Casarini1
BM-MSC-derived small extracellular vesicles (sEV) from trained animals presented nephroprotective potential in unilateralureteral obstruction model
Rafael da Silva Luiz1, Rodolfo Rosseto Rampaso1, Alef Aragão Carneiro dos Santos2, Marcia Bastos Convento1, Dulce Aparecida Barbosa3, Cassiane Dezoti da Fonseca3, Andréia Silva de Oliveira1, Agnaldo Caires1, Andrei Furlan1, Nestor Schor1, Fernanda Teixeira Borges1,2
Inflammation: improving understanding to prevent or ameliorate kidney diseases
Sheila Marques Fernandes1, Mirian Watanabe1,2, Maria de Fátima Fernandes Vattimo1
Acute kidney injury caused by venomous animals: inflammatory mechanisms
Naila Albertina de Oliveira1,2, Simone Cristina Cardoso3, Dulce Aparecida Barbosa4, Cassiane Dezoti da Fonseca4
Through DNA sensors and hidden mitochondrial effects of SARS-CoV-2
Vitor Pedro Targhetta1, Mariana Abrantes Amaral2, Niels Olsen Saraiva Camara1
Inflammation and kidney involvement in human viral diseases caused by SARS-CoV-2, HIV, HCV and HBV
Gustavo Ferreira da Mata1, Danilo Euclides Fernandes1, Eduardo de Paiva Luciano1, Gabriel Teixeira Montezuma Sales1, Michelle Tiveron Passos Riguetti1 , Gianna Mastroianni Kirsztajn1
Effects of venoms on neutrophil respiratory burst: a major inflammatory function
Jamel El-Benna1, Margarita Hurtado-Nedelec1,2, Marie-Anne Gougerot-Pocidalo1,2, Pham My-Chan Dang1
Vector saliva controlled inflammatory response of the host may represent the Achilles heel during pathogen transmission
Claudia Demarta-Gatsi1, 2, 3, 4, Salah Mécheri1, 2, 3