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MiR-1246 Promotes LPS-Induced Inflammatory Injury in Chondrogenic Cells ATDC5 by Targeting HNF4γ.Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common inflammatory joint disease. miRNAs are associated with OA and functionally implicated in the pathogenesis of the disease. In the present study, we investigated the role of miR-1246 in the lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced inflammatory injury of ATDC5 cells.
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Artesunate Decreases β-Catenin Expression, Cell Proliferation and Apoptosis Resistance in the MG-63 Human Osteosarcoma Cell Line.This study aims to determine the effects of artesunate on proliferation, apoptosis and β-catenin expression in the human osteosarcoma cell line MG-63.
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Membranous and Cytoplasmic Expression of PD-L1 in Ovarian Cancer Cells.Expression of programmed death-ligand 1 (PD-L1) on tumor cells represents a powerful immune evasion pathway, but the role of intracellular or cytoplasmic PD-L1 has not been investigated in ovarian cancer cells.
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Probucol reverses homocysteine induced inflammatory monocytes differentiation and oxidative stress.Reactive oxygen species have been demonstrated to involve in homocysteine-induced Ly-6C(hi) monocytes differentiation. Probucol is an anti-oxidant agent that has been used to treat atherosclerosis. We sought to evaluate the effect and potential mechanism of probucol on homocysteine-induced inflammatory monocytes differentiation. The primary mouse splenocytes suspensions were initiated by recombinant interferon-γ and cultured with L-homocysteine in the presence or absence of probucol. The cells were co-incubated with monoclonal antibodies to CD11b-PE and Ly-6C FITC. Flow cytometry analysis was performed on BD FACS caliber. Data were analyzed using the FlowJo software. Mononuclear cells were gated according to the lower granular and larger size, distinguished with granulocytes and lymphocytes. Monocytes were defined as CD11b(+) mononuclear cells and further divided into three groups based on their Ly-6C expressions, Ly-6C(hi), Ly-6C(mid) and Ly-6C(low) subsets. The productions of reactive oxygen species in monocytes subsets were detected by 2',7'-dichlorofluorescein-diacetate (DCFH-DA) containing monocytes were marked as DCFH-DA(+) cells in both Ly-6C(+) and Ly-6C(-) subsets. The activity of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate oxidase in THP-1 cells was measured by assay kit on enzyme-labelling instrument. L-homocysteine promoted inflammatory monocytes differentiation and its reactive oxygen species productions in dose-dependent manner. Probucol dose-dependently suppressed the differentiation and reactive oxygen species productions of inflammatory monocytes induced by L-homocysteine. Furthermore, the increased NADPH oxidase activity induced by L-homocysteine was significantly reversed by probucol in THP-1 cells. Probucol prevented L-homocysteine-induced inflammatory monocytes differentiation and its reactive oxygen species generation probably through inhibiting NADPH oxidase activity.
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Evaluation of prolonged administration of isoflurane on cerebral blood flow and default mode network in macaque monkeys anesthetized with different maintenance doses.Isoflurane is a commonly used volatile anesthetic agent in clinical anesthesia and biomedical researches. Prior study suggested the cerebral blood flow (CBF) and default mode network (DMN) could be changed after prolonged administration of isoflurane. The normal maintenance doses of isoflurane may vary from light (∼0.75%) to deep (∼1.5 or 2%) anesthesia. However, it is not clear how the duration effects are affected by the altered doses. The present study is aimed to examine if the duration effects are affected when isoflurane concentration is altered within normal maintenance doses.
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Trop2 antibody-conjugated bioreducible nanoparticles for targeted triple negative breast cancer therapy.Trop2, a transmembrane glycoprotein, has emerged as a biomarker for targeted cancer therapy since it is overexpressed in 80% of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) patients. For the site-specific delivery of the anticancer drug into TNBC, Trop2 antibody-conjugated nanoparticles (ST-NPs) were prepared as the potential nanocarrier, composed of carboxymethyl dextran (CMD) derivatives with bioreducible disulfide bond. Owing to its amphiphilicity, the CMD derivatives were self-assembled into nano-sized particles in an aqueous condition. Doxorubicin (DOX), chosen as a model anticancer drug, was effectively encapsulated into the nanoparticles. DOX-loaded ST-NPs (DOX-ST-NPs) rapidly released DOX in the presence of 10mM glutathione (GSH), whereas the DOX release is significantly retarded in the physiological condition (PBS, pH 7.4). Confocal microscopic images and flow cytometry analysis demonstrated that DOX-ST-NPs were selectively taken up by MDA-MB-231 as the representative Trop2-expressing TNBC cells. Consequently, DOX-ST-NPs exhibited higher toxicity to Trop2-positive MDA-MB-231 cancer cells, compared to DOX-loaded control nanoparticles without the disulfide bond or Trop2 antibody. Overall, ST-NPs might be a promising carrier of DOX for targeted TNBC therapy.
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Organization in response to massive afflux of war victims in civilian practice - experimental feedback from the November 2015 Paris terrorist attacks.The arrival of a large number of war-weapon casualties at a civilian trauma center requires anticipation. A plan defining the management principles and the respective roles of the involved physicians and nurses and their interaction with each other is essential. Uni-directional patient flow associated with adequate numbers of staff physicians and nurses under the leadership of a medical director is essential to prevent the overwhelming of the trauma center. Routine and regular interaction between the pre-hospital medical flow control system and the medical director, on one hand, and between surgical teams and the medical director, on the other, are necessary to know when to apply "damage control" surgical techniques. Based on the feedback of a level 1 trauma center that received 53 victims of the November 13, 2015 terrorist attack in Paris, we present the factors of success, and the stumbling blocks.
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Intervention Versus Observation in Symptomatic Patients With Normal Flow-Low Gradient Severe Aortic Stenosis.To describe patients with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis with normal flow and low gradients and determine whether they benefit from intervention.
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Prevalence of polyreactive innate clones among graft--infiltrating B cells in human cardiac allograft vasculopathy.Cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV) has been associated with graft-infiltrating B cells, although their characteristics are still unclear. In this study we examined the frequency, localization and reactivity profile of graft-infiltrating B cells to determine their contribution to the pathophysiology of CAV.
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Spiral shape microfluidic channel for selective isolating of heterogenic circulating tumor cells.Detecting heterogenic tumor cells that are traveling in our body through blood stream for the tumor metastasis is one way for cancer prognosis. Due to the heterogeneity of circulating tumor cells (CTCs), further identification of tumor cell types should be accompanied with CTCs isolation from blood cells in peripheral blood sample. Both negative enrichment and recollection of isolated CTCs are required in the downstream analysis, which are time-consuming, labor-intensive, and massive equipment required. To solve these limitations, we have developed a simple and disposable spiral shape microfluidic channel that can separate all CTCs from blood cells, and at the same time, can identify the types of CTCs based on epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM) expression level. Two different types of tumor cells, MCF-7 and MDA-MB-231, both from the same origin of breast carcinoma cells, were used to demonstrate the functionality of the developed system. The spiral channel system could capture the EpCAM positive and negative CTCs with 96.3% and 81.2% purity, respectively, while both EpCAM positive and negative CTCs were differently positioned along the microfluidic channel. The average selectivity of EpCAM positive and negative CTCs is 6.1:4.8. In addition, the throughput of the system was optimized at a sample flow rate of 150µl/min. The developed system successfully demonstrated its potential to identify biomarkers, including EpCAM, for detecting the heterogenic CTCs.
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