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#33979572 2021/05/09 To Up
Phragmunis A suppresses glioblastoma through the regulation of MCL1-FBXW7 by blocking ELK1-SRF complex-dependent transcription.Glioblastoma (GBM) is a highly aggressive brain tumour. During screening work, we found a new compound named phragmunis A (PGA), which is derived from the fruitbody of Trogia venenata, exhibits a potential cytotoxic effect on patient-derived recurrent GBM cells and temozolomide (TMZ)-resistant cell lines. The present study was designed to investigate the potential molecular mechanism of the anti-glioma effects of PGA in vitro and in vivo. Studies investigating the mechanism revealed that PGA diminished the binding efficiency of ETS family of transcription factor (ELK1) and Serum response factor (SRF), and suppressed ELK1-SRF complex-dependent transcription, which decreased the transcriptional levels of downstream genes Early growth response protein 1 (EGR1)-Polycomb ring finger (BMI1), thus inducing the imbalanced regulation between Myeloid cell leukaemia-1 (MCL1) and F-Box and WD repeat domain containing 7 (FBXW7). Finally, orthotopic xenograft models were established to confirm the anti-glioma effect of PGA on tumour growth. We showed, for the first time, that the cytotoxic effects of PGA occurred by inducing MCL1 inhibition and FBXW7 activation by blocking ELK1-SRF complex-dependent transcription. The blockage of ELK1-mediated transcription resulted in the suppression of EGR1-BMI1, which led to the upregulation of FBXW7 expression and downregulation of MCL1. These findings suggested that PGA could be a therapeutic drug candidate for the treatment of recurrent GBM by targeting the ELK1-SRF complex.
Guo-Dong Huang, Ping Cui, Guo-Xu Ma, Fan-Fan Chen, Ze-Bin Chen, Xue-Juan Li, Zi-Jun Liao, Wei-Ping Li, Zong-Yang Li, Lei Chen
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#33970561 2021/05/10 To Up
JNK/Elk1 signaling and PCNA protein expression in the brain of hibernating frog Pelophylax esculentus.Mitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK) activation and neurogenesis are known to play a role in neuronal survival during hibernation. Herein, we investigate the activity of c-Jun N-terminal kinases (JNK) and Ets like-1 protein (Elk1) kinase involved in cell survival, as well as the expression of proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA), a cell proliferation marker, in the brain of the frog Pelophylax esculentus. The study was conducted on female and male frogs collected during the annual cycle. Our results demonstrated that JNK activity increased during the hibernating phase in relation to the active phase. Interestingly, P-Elk1 levels were positively correlated with P-JNK levels, suggesting that the JNK/Elk1 pathway is pivotal in mediating neuroprotective adaptations that are essential to successful hibernation. On the contrary, we detected higher PCNA expression levels during the active period compared with the hibernating period. A sex dimorphism was observed in the expression levels of P-JNK/P-Elk1 that were specifically higher in males, and in the expression of PCNA reporting higher levels in female brains. Much remains to be learned regarding the regulation of hibernation, however, our findings provide new insights into the role of MAPK and proliferative pathways in hibernation, adding new knowledge concerning the mechanisms activated in the brain of ectothermic species to counteract the damage resulting from extreme temperatures.
Sara Falvo, Alessandra Santillo, Maria Maddalena Di Fiore, Luigi Rosati, Gabriella Chieffi Baccari
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#33966135 2021/05/08 To Up
Expression profile of PU.1 in CD4T cells from patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a multisystem autoimmune disease with complex genetic predisposing factors involved. PU.1 is an important member of the ETS transcription factors family which has diverse functions such as regulating the proliferation, differentiation of immune cells and multiple inflammatory cytokines. Previous studies preliminary explored the relation between PU.1 and SLE. To further explain the potential role of PU.1 in the pathogenesis of SLE, 40 SLE patients and 20 age-sex matched healthy controls (HC) were recruited in this study. Flow cytometry was used to test the percentages of CD4PU.1T cells in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) from patients with SLE and HC. Expression levels of PU.1 mRNA in CD4T cells from SLE patients and HC were analyzed by real-time transcription-polymerase chain reaction. Expression levels of plasma IL-1β, IL-9, IL-18, IL-6, IFN-α, TNF-α, IL-10 and TGF-β1 were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. The percentage of CD4PU.1T cells in PBMCs from patients with SLE was significantly higher than that from HC (P < 0.001). In addition, the PU.1 mRNA expression in CD4T cells from SLE patients was increased than that from HC (P = 0.002). In SLE patients, no significant correlation was found between the percentage of CD4PU.1T cells and the expression of PU.1 mRNA in CD4T cells (P > 0.05). Associations of PU.1 mRNA expression in CD4T cells with major clinical and laboratory parameters of SLE patients were also analyzed, but no significant correlations were found. Consistent with previous studies, SLE patients had increased IL-1β, IL-18, IL-6, IFN-α, TNF-α and IL-10 plasma concentrations than HC (P < 0.01). The expression level of plasma TGF-β1 was significantly decreased in SLE patients than in HC (P < 0.001). In SLE patients, the expression level of IL-1β was positive correlated with PU.1 mRNA expression in CD4T cells (P = 0.001). Our study first time evaluated the expression profile of PU.1 in CD4T cells from SLE patients confirming that PU.1 may participate in the pathogenesis of SLE.
Nan Xiang, Xuan Fang, Xiao-Ge Sun, Ying-Bo Zhou, Yan Ma, Chen Zhu, Xiang-Pei Li, Guo-Sheng Wang, Jin-Hui Tao, Xiao-Mei Li
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#33965509 2021/05/06 To Up
Phthalates promote the invasion of hepatocellular carcinoma cells by enhancing the interaction between Pregnane X receptor and E26 transformation specific sequence 1.Phthalates (PAEs) are considered endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), a series of compounds able to disrupt the normal regulation of the human endocrine-system. In the present study, we investigated the roles of four PAEs, butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP), dimethyl phthalate (DMP), and diethyl phthalate (DEP), in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cells. We define novel roles for the PAEs on the migration of HCC cells via their enhancing of the interaction between the pregnane X receptor (PXR) and E26 transformation specific sequence 1 (ETS-1). Our results indicate that PAEs induced the transcriptional activation of ETS-1 and PXR. PXR activated by PAEs could bind to ETS-1 directly and enhanced the activity of ETS-1, which resulted in the induction of invasion-related ETS-1 target genes. The "LXXLL" motif in the ETS-1 C-terminal was essential for the interaction between PXR and ETS-1 induced by PAEs. Treatment of PAEs promoted the nuclear accumulation of ETS-1 or the recruitment of ETS-1, but not in cells expressing ETS-1 with a mutated LXXLL motif in its downstream gene promoter region, or following transfection of PXR siRNA. Treatment with the PXR antagonist ketoconazole almost completely inhibited the effects of PAEs. Moreover, PAEs enhanced the in vitro or in vivo invasion of HCC cells via PXR/ETS-1. Therefore, our results not only contribute to a better understanding of HCC, but also extended the roles of EDCs regulating human malignancies.
Yabing Du, Xiaoyi Shi, Wang Ma, Peihao Wen, Pu Yu, Xin Wang, Pengli Fang, Aixia Chen, Zhiqiang Gao, Kang Cui
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#33964643 2021/05/06 To Up
Prenatal environmental tobacco smoke exposure alters children's cognitive control circuitry: A preliminary study.Prenatal exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is associated with increased attention problems in children, however, the effects of such exposure on children's brain structure and function have not been studied. Herein, we probed effects of prenatal ETS on children's cognitive control circuitry and behavior.
Amy E Margolis, David Pagliaccio, Bruce Ramphal, Sarah Banker, Lauren Thomas, Morgan Robinson, Masato Honda, Tamara Sussman, Jonathan Posner, Kurunthachalam Kannan, Julie Herbstman, Virginia Rauh, Rachel Marsh
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#33961411 2021/05/07 To Up
Has Carbon Emissions Trading Reduced PM in China?China today has an urgent need to develop low-carbon policies that also address local air pollution. This study uses a difference-in-differences model to estimate the extent to which China's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), which directly addresses CO emissions, has also generated cobenefits by reducing PM. Using monthly PM concentration and weather data for 297 Chinese cities from January 2005 to December 2017, we find that (1) China's ETS has reduced PM concentrations by 4.8%, and this reduction effect is strongest in summer. The results are confirmed by robustness tests including propensity score matching, mahalanobis distance matching, two placebo tests, and controlling atmospheric policies. (2) The ETS pilots have positive spillovers on neighboring nonpilot cities within 300 km of the pilot cites, especially for those downwind neighboring nonpilot cities, and the ETS's cobenefits are primarily a result of firms adopting abatement activities and adjusting industrial structure. (3) The cobenefits of China's ETS pilots are greater in regions with larger carbon trading volume and higher carbon trading price. (4) The reduction in PM concentration caused by China's ETS may have avoided 23,363 deaths and saved $41.38 billion annually in GDP.
Jing-Yue Liu, Richard T Woodward, Yue-Jun Zhang 25 G100 μg100 μg1 mg100 μg5mg100 μg4/120 Packing /sleeve/bo
#33953922 2021/05/01 To Up
Supramolecular structures of Ni and Cu with the sterically demanding Schiff base dyes driven by cooperative action of preagostic and other non-covalent interactions.This work reports on synthesis and extensive experimental and theoretical investigations on photophysical, structural and thermal properties of the Ni and Cu discrete mononuclear homoleptic complexes [Ni()] and [Cu()] fabricated from the Schiff base dyes -HOCH-CH=N--CH (H) and -HOCH-CH=N--CH (H), containing the sterically crowding cyclo-hexyl units. The six-membered metallocycles adopt a clearly defined envelope conformation in [Ni()], while they are much more planar in the structures of [Ni()] and [Cu()]. It has been demonstrated by in-depth bonding analyses based on the ETS-NOCV and Interacting Quantum Atoms energy-decomposition schemes that application of the bulky substituents, containing several C-H groups, has led to the formation of a set of classical and unintuitive intra- and inter-molecular interactions. All together they are responsible for the high stability of [Ni()] and [Cu()]. More specifically, London dispersion dominated intramolecular C-H⋯O, C-H⋯N and C-H⋯H-C hydrogen bonds are recognized and, importantly, the attractive, chiefly the Coulomb driven, preagostic (not repulsive anagostic) C-H⋯Ni/Cu interactions have been discovered despite their relatively long distances (∼2.8-3.1 Å). All the complexes are further stabilized by the extremely efficient intermolecular C-H⋯π(benzene) and C-H⋯π(chelate) interactions, where both the charge-delocalization and London dispersion constituents appear to be crucial for the crystal packing of the obtained complexes. All the complexes were found to be photoluminescent in CHCl, with [Cu()] exhibiting the most pronounced emission - the time-dependent density-functional-theory computations revealed that it is mostly caused by metal-to-ligand charge-transfer transitions.
Alexey A Shiryaev, Tatyana M Burkhanova, Mariusz P Mitoraj, Mercedes Kukulka, Filip Sagan, Ghodrat Mahmoudi, Maria G Babashkina, Michael Bolte, Damir A Safin
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#33926722 2021/04/26 To Up
International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ICMART): world report on assisted reproductive technologies, 2013.To report the utilization, effectiveness, and safety of practices in assisted reproductive technology (ART) globally in 2013 and assess global trends over time.
Manish Banker, Silke Dyer, Georgina M Chambers, Osamu Ishihara, Markus Kupka, Jacques de Mouzon, Fernando Zegers-Hochschild, G David Adamson
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Emergence of Colistin and Carbapenem Resistance in Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Producing Isolated from Chickens and Humans in Egypt.This study investigated the frequency of carbapenem and colistin resistance in ESBL-producing (ESBLK) isolates recovered from chickens and their environment, contact farm workers and hospitalized patients in Egypt. Further, the phenotypic and genotypic relationships between the community and hospital-acquired isolates in the same geographical area were investigated. From 272 total samples, 37 (13.6%) isolates were identified, of which 20 (54.1%) were hypervirulent. All isolates (100%) were multidrug-resistant (MDR) with multiple antibiotic resistance (MAR) indices ranging from 0.19 to 0.94. Colistin-resistant isolates (18.9%) displayed colistin MIC values >2 μg/mL, all harbored the -1 gene. All isolates from patients (13/90, 14.4%), workers (5/22, 22.7%), chickens (9/100, 9%) and the environment (10/60, 16.7%) harbored a single or multiple β-lactamase genes, , , and , often in combination with carbapenemase genes (, or ; 45.9%), the -1 gene (18.9%) or both (13.5%). Enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus (ERIC)-PCR genotyping revealed 24 distinct ERIC types (ETs) with a discrimination index of 0.961. Six ETs showed clusters of identical isolates from chicken and human sources. The increased frequency and genetic relatedness of ESBLK and carbapenemase-producing (CPK) from chickens and humans pose a public health threat that urge more prudent use of antimicrobials in chicken farms to avoid the propagation and expansion of both ESBLK and CPK from the chicken sources to humans.
Walid Elmonir, Norhan K Abd El-Aziz, Yasmine H Tartor, Samar M Moustafa, Etab M Abo Remela, Radwa Eissa, Hosam A Saad, Ahmed Abdel Tawab
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