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#33625938 2021/02/24 To Up
Interhemispheric interactions between the right angular gyrus and the left motor cortex: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study.The interconnection of the angular gyrus of right posterior parietal cortex (PPC) and the left motor cortex (LM1) is essential for goal-directed hand movements. Previous work with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) showed that right PPC stimulation increases LM1 excitability but right PPC followed by left PPC-LM1 stimulation (LPPC-LM1) inhibits LM1 corticospinal output compared to LPPC-LM1 alone. It is not clear if right PPC-mediated inhibition of LPPC-LM1 is due to inhibition of left PPC or to combined effects of right and left PPC stimulation on LM1 excitability. We used paired-pulse TMS to study the extent to which combined right and left PPC stimulation, targeting the angular gyri, influences LM1 excitability. We tested 16 healthy subjects in five paired-pulsed TMS experiments using MRI-guided neuronavigation to target the angular gyri within PPC. We tested the effects of different right angular gyrus (RAG) and LM1 stimulation intensities on the influence of RAG on LM1 and on influence of left angular gyrus (LAG) on LM1 (LAG-LM1). We then tested the effects of RAG and LAG stimulation on LM1 short-interval intracortical facilitation(SICF), short-interval intracortical inhibition(SICI) and long-interval intracortical inhibition(LICI). The results revealed that RAG facilitated LM1, inhibited SICF and inhibited LAG-LM1. Combined RAG-LAG stimulation did not affect SICI but increased LICI. These experiments suggest that RAG-mediated inhibition of LAG-LM1 is related to inhibition of early I-wave activity and enhancement of GABA receptor-mediated inhibition in LM1. The influence of RAG on LM1 likely involves ipsilateral connections from LAG to LM1 and heterotopic connections from RAG to LM1.
Julianne Baarbé, Michael Vesia, Matt Brown, Karlo J Lizarraga, Carolyn A Gunraj, Gaayathiri Jegatheeswaran, Neil M Drummond, Cricia Rinchon, Anne Weissbach, James Saravanamuttu, Robert Chen
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#33519828 2021/01/15 To Up
A Decade Experience on Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Phenotype in Oman, Bridging to Newborn Screening.Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) results from various monogenic defects that impair immune function and brings on early severe and life-threatening infections. The main stay of treatment for SCID is hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) with near normal survival at 5 years for an early transplant done at or before the age of 3.5 months of life and the patient is maintained free of infections. Although overall rare, it constitutes a major burden on affected children, their families and on the health system especially in communities with a high rate of consanguinity where incidence and prevalence of recessive inborn errors of immunity (IEI) are expected to be high.
Nashat Al Sukaiti, Khwater Ahmed, Jalila Alshekaili, Mahmood Al Kindi, Matthew C Cook, Tariq Al Farsi
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#33340558 2020/12/16 To Up
Salmon acyl-ghrelin increases food intake and reduces doxorubicin-induced myocardial apoptosis in rats, likely by anti-oxidative activity.We had reported that orally administered ghrelin-containing salmon stomach extract prevents doxorubicin (DOX)-induced cardiotoxicity. In this study, we investigated the binding affinity of salmon ghrelin to rat ghrelin receptor and the cardioprotective effects of subcutaneous (sc) injected synthetic salmon ghrelin in rats with DOX-induced acute heart failure in order to clarify the potential efficacy of salmon ghrelin. Intracellular calcium mobilization assay was performed on rat GHS-R1a-expressing CHO cells to reveal ghrelin activity. Rats were divided into five groups; the normal control (I), and toxic control (II) groups were given saline (sc, twice daily), and the salmon acyl-ghrelin (sAG) (III), salmon unacylated-ghrelin (sUAG) (IV), and rat acyl-ghrelin (rAG) (V) groups were given corresponding synthetic ghrelins (sc, twice daily), respectively. After seven days of treatment, DOX (20 mg/kg BW) or saline was administered to the corresponding groups by intraperitoneal injection. The toxic control group was the negative control group for the DOX-induced cardiotoxicity groups. While sAG displayed similar affinity to rAG upon application to GHS-R1a-expressing cells, and also decreased DOX-induced apoptosis and increased food intake, sUAG did not. Both sAG and rAG improved DOX-induced deterioration, showing anti-oxidative activity. The anti-oxidative activity of sAG might contribute to the protective effects on cardiomyocytes. The results also suggest that, similar to rAG, sAG is a potent protectant against DOX-induced cardiotoxicity and a potential functional component in orally administered ghrelin-containing salmon stomach extract, which prevented DOX-induced cardiotoxicity in our previous study.
Minoru Kihara, Hiroyuki Kaiya, Yumi Hirai, Hidekazu Katayama, Akira Terao, Masazumi Nishikawa
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#32565300 2020/06/18 To Up
A review on cationic starch and nanocellulose as paper coating components.Starch and derivatives thereof have proven their usefulness in paper coating processes. Among these derivatives, cationic starch has been widely used in the paper industry as a flocculation, dispersion and ink fixing agent. In another context, nanoscale cellulosic materials have been shown to improve the strength, retention of fillers, the barrier properties of packaging paper products, and printing qualities. This review summarizes the recent studies on the general components used in paper coating, describes the conventional and alternative synthetic processes of cationic starches and nanocellulose, and deals with their current and potential applications in papermaking, focusing primarily on surface treatments. Moreover, environmental applications have been considered to expand the understanding and usefulness of these materials. Further research on modified polysaccharides is encouraged to replace, in a feasible way, petro-based components of coating formulations, and to provide paper surfaces with new properties.
Mohit Sharma, Roberto Aguado, Dina Murtinho, Artur J M Valente, António P Mendes De Sousa, Paulo J T Ferreira
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#32060399 2020/02/14 To Up
Endogenous topoisomerase II-mediated DNA breaks drive thymic cancer predisposition linked to ATM deficiency.The ATM kinase is a master regulator of the DNA damage response to double-strand breaks (DSBs) and a well-established tumour suppressor whose loss is the cause of the neurodegenerative and cancer-prone syndrome Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T). A-T patients and Atm mouse models are particularly predisposed to develop lymphoid cancers derived from deficient repair of RAG-induced DSBs during V(D)J recombination. Here, we unexpectedly find that specifically disturbing the repair of DSBs produced by DNA topoisomerase II (TOP2) by genetically removing the highly specialised repair enzyme TDP2 increases the incidence of thymic tumours in Atm mice. Furthermore, we find that TOP2 strongly colocalizes with RAG, both genome-wide and at V(D)J recombination sites, resulting in an increased endogenous chromosomal fragility of these regions. Thus, our findings demonstrate a strong causal relationship between endogenous TOP2-induced DSBs and cancer development, confirming these lesions as major drivers of ATM-deficient lymphoid malignancies, and potentially other conditions and cancer types.
Alejandro Álvarez-Quilón, José Terrón-Bautista, Irene Delgado-Sainz, Almudena Serrano-Benítez, Rocío Romero-Granados, Pedro Manuel Martínez-García, Silvia Jimeno-González, Cristina Bernal-Lozano, Cristina Quintero, Lourdes García-Quintanilla, Felipe Cortés-Ledesma
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Day case parathyroidectomy: is this the right way for the patients?Minimally-invasive video-assisted parathyroidectomy (MIVAP) can be considered as the primary treatment of choice for single parathyroid adenoma. Often, this technique is performed in a day surgery setting and is associated with regional anaesthesia (RA). Many studies have already reported the feasibility and safety of MIVAP in day surgery. Here our focus has been on the patient's personal experience with these procedures through an assessment of their recovery at home.
Rocco Rago, Francesco Forfori, Gianluca Frustaci, Roberta Monzani, Simone Paracchini, Francesca Franceschini, Filomena Cetani, Gabriele Materazzi1 ml500 Units1100 ul
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#32010149 2020/01/15 To Up
Endogenous T Cell Receptor Rearrangement Represses Aggressive Central Nervous System Autoimmunity in a TcR-Transgenic Model on the Non-Obese Diabetic Background.The T cell response to central nervous system (CNS) antigen in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) permits one to model the immune aspects of multiple sclerosis. 1C6 transgenic mice on the non-obese diabetic (NOD) background possess a class II-restricted T cell receptor (TcR; Vα5-Vβ7) specific for the encephalitogenic peptide myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG). It remains to be determined what role is played by allelic inclusion in shaping the TcR repertoire of these mice. Here, we show that 1C6 T cells display substantial promiscuity in their expression of non-transgenically derived Vα chains. Further, enforced expression of the transgenic TcR in 1C6 × mice profoundly disrupted thymic negative selection and led to a sharp decrease in the number of mature peripheral T cells. 1C6 × mice developed spontaneous EAE at a significant frequency and rapidly developed fatal EAE upon immunization with myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG). Passive transfer of 1C6 × CD4 T cells, but not CD8 T cells or B cells, partially rescued 1C6 × mice from severe EAE. FoxP3 CD4 T cells were present in the CNS of immunized 1C6 mice, as well as immunized 1C6 × that had been supplemented with 1C6 CD4 T cells. However, they were not observed in 1C6 × that did not receive Rag1-sufficient 1C6 CD4. Further, blockade of T accelerated the onset of symptoms in 1C6 mice immunized with MOG, indicating the pertinence of T-mediated control of autoimmune inflammation in this model. Thus, TcR allelic inclusion is crucial to the generation of FoxP3 CD4 T cells necessary for the suppression of severe CNS autoimmunity.
Asmita Pradeep Yeola, Prenitha Mercy Ignatius Arokia Doss, Joanie Baillargeon, Irshad Akbar, Benoit Mailhot, Mohammad Balood, Sébastien Talbot, Ana Carrizosa Anderson, Steve Lacroix, Manu Rangachari
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#31983306 2020/01/27 To Up
C-C Motif Chemokine Receptor 7 Exacerbates Hypertension Through Effects on T Lymphocyte Trafficking.Activated T lymphocytes that infiltrate blood pressure control organs make a critical contribution to the pathogenesis of hypertension. Dendritic cells act as potent antigen-presenting cells to stimulate prohypertensive T cells. However, the mechanisms that facilitate the recruitment of prohypertensive T cells and dendritic cells into the kidney's draining lymph node during hypertension require elucidation. As CCR7 (C-C motif chemokine receptor type 7) directs the homing of lymphocytes and dendritic cells into lymph nodes, we posited that dendritic cell-mediated T lymphocyte stimulation in the renal lymph node is CCR7 dependent and required for a full hypertensive response. We found that CCR7-deficient (CCR7 KO) mice had a blunted hypertensive response in our model of chronic Ang II (angiotensin II) infusion. Ang II-infused CCR7 KO animals had exaggerated accumulation of CD8 T cells in the kidney but reduced numbers of CD4 and CD8 T cells in the kidney's draining lymph node. To understand whether CCR7-dependent homing of T lymphocytes or dendritic cells into the lymph node regulates the hypertensive response, we injected CCR7 KO or wild-type T cells or dendritic cells into CCR7 KO recipients, neither of which restored the full hypertensive response to Ang II infusion. However, adoptive transfer of wild-type but not CCR7 KO T lymphocytes into RAG1 (recombination-activating gene 1)-deficient mice that lack a lymphocyte niche restored full blood pressure elevation during Ang II infusion. Thus, CCR7-dependent interactions between T lymphocytes and dendritic cells are essential for T lymphocyte stimulation and hypertension accruing from inappropriate activation of the renin-angiotensin system.
Yi Wen, Nathan P Rudemiller, Jiandong Zhang, Xiaohan Lu, Jiafa Ren, Jamie R Privratsky, Robert Griffiths, Junyi J Zhang, Gianna E Hammer, Steven D Crowley
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