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Inflammatory cells (brown) surround a blood vessel in the brain of a mouse with a stroke. Photo Credit: Christine Hollander

In 30 percent to 40 percent of stroke cases, doctors can’t identify the biological cause. Certain risk factors for stroke, such as smoking and diabetes, cause inflammation. Scientists have long suspected that chronic inflammation can in turn trigger a stroke, but they have not made a direct link. Now, Jeans On Sale in Outlet Denim Light Blue Cotton 2017 27 30 Giorgio Armani Jeans On Sale in Outlet BNp06gjH
Senior Investigator in the Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Genetics at CCR, and her colleagues have reported that experiments with mice suggest inflammation alone can lead to stroke.

The finding emerged unexpectedly from a study in which mice were genetically engineered to have a gene mutation that reduces tumor metastasis. The engineered mice lacked a gene called transforming growth factor-β receptor II (Tgfbr2) in immune cells called myeloid cells. In those cells, Tgfbr2 normally promotes metastasis and is involved in inflammation signaling. Christine Hollander, Ph.D., Senior Research Assistant in Yang’s lab, noticed that all of the engineered mice developed strokes.

The team found that the mutation increased inflammation of blood vessels in the animals’ brains. The mouse blood also contained high levels of proteins called cytokines that are known to be involved in inflammation; elevated levels of these cytokines were seen both before and after a stroke. The cytokine profile in the mice was similar to that found in people who have had a stroke.

One of the researchers’ experiments showed that feeding the mice a high-fat diet hastened strokes. Conversely, treating the mice with anti-inflammatory drugs such as metformin, a diabetes therapy, and methotrexate, a rheumatoid arthritis treatment, helped prevent stroke.

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For example, to emit an UPDATE statement which is equally compatible with both online and offline mode:

Note above we also used the SQLAlchemy sqlalchemy.sql.expression.table() and sqlalchemy.sql.expression.column() constructs to make a brief, ad-hoc table construct just for our UPDATE statement. A full Table construct of course works perfectly fine as well, though note it’s a recommended practice to at least ensure the definition of a table is self-contained within the migration script, rather than imported from a module that may break compatibility with older migrations.

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This feature combines with the SQLAlchemy naming_convention feature to disambiguate constraint names that have already had naming conventions applied to them, versus those that have not. This is necessary in the case that the "%(constraint_name)s" token is used within a naming convention, so that it can be identified that this particular name should remain fixed.

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The function is rendered in the output of autogenerate when a particular constraint name is already converted, for SQLAlchemy version 0.9.4 and greater only . Even though naming_convention was introduced in 0.9.2, the string disambiguation service is new as of 0.9.4.

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