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European journal of psychotraumatology, ISSN 2000-8198, 11/2017, Volume 8, Issue Sup1, pp. 1386959 - 14
Background: Intrusive trauma memories are a key symptom of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), so disrupting their recurrence is highly important. Intrusion... 
Reactivation+Tetris and reactivation+Word games lead to relatively fewer intrusions than reactivation-only, even when applied four days after analogue trauma | intrusive memory | involuntary memory | Trauma film | Participants rated Word games as more difficult than Tetris, but there was no difference in intrusion frequencies during the performance of both tasks. Tetris and Word games lead to fewer intrusive memories when applied several days after analogue trauma | A trauma film paradigm was used to examine effects of a supposedly visuospatial (Tetris) and a more verbal task (Word games) versus no task (reactivation-only) on intrusion frequency in a reconsolidation time frame | reconsolidation | intrusions | posttraumatic stress disorder | mental imagery | PTSD | working memory | Two hypotheses were supported: (a) There is an intervention effect with both task conditions being equally effective (reactivation+Tetris = reactivation+Word games < reactivation-only), and (b) There is a modality effect with Word games being the most effective task (reactivation+Word games < reactivation+Tetris < reactivation-only) | Psychology, Clinical | Social Sciences | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Psychiatry | Psychology | Science & Technology | Prevention | Diaries | Neurosciences | Post traumatic stress disorder | Laboratories | Memory | Psychopathology | Intrusive Thoughts | Reactivation | Followup Study | Young Adults | Attention | Males | Treatment Compliance | College Students | Adults | Females | Memory Modification | Dutch | Experimental Stressors
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Clinical Cancer Research, ISSN 1078-0432, 10/2005, Volume 11, Issue 19, pp. 7033 - 7041
Purpose: We have previously shown the reactivation of some methylation-silenced genes in cancer cells by (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate, the major polyphenol... 
DNA methylation/epigenetics | esophageal squamous cell carcinoma | DNA methyltransferase | silencing and reactivation of gene expression | genistein
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Oncotarget, ISSN 1949-2553, 01/2019, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp. 626 - 628
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