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#32788916 2020/08/03 To Up
spider venom: cytotoxic fractions against human lung adenocarcinoma (A549) cells.Spider venom is a potential source of pharmacologically important compounds. Previous studies on spider venoms reported the presence of bioactive molecules that possess cell-modulating activities. Despite these claims, sparse scientific evidence is available on the cytotoxic mechanisms in relation to the components of the spider venom. In this study, we aimed to determine the cytotoxic fractions of the spider venom extracted from and to ascertain the possible mechanism of toxicity towards human lung adenocarcinoma (A549) cells.
Anna Beatriz R Mayor, Leonardo A Guevarra, Myla R Santiago-Bautista, Librado A Santiago
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A scoping review of patient-facing, behavioral health interventions with voice assistant technology targeting self-management and healthy lifestyle behaviors.Engaging in positive healthy lifestyle behaviors continues to be a public health challenge, requiring innovative solutions. As the market for voice assistants (Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri) grows and people increasingly use them to assist their daily tasks, there is a pressing need to explore how voice assistant (VA) technology may be used in behavioral health interventions. A scoping review of literature was conducted to address a PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparison, and Outcome) question: across populations, how does the use of voice assistants in behavioral health research/interventions influence healthy lifestyle behaviors versus control or comparison interventions? To inform the science, a secondary aim of this review was to explore characteristics of VAs used in behavioral health research. The review was conducted following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis guidelines with scoping review extension (PRISMA-ScR). Ten studies satisfied the inclusion criteria, representing research published through February 2019. Studies spanned pediatric to elderly populations, covering a vast array of self-management and healthy lifestyle behaviors. The majority of interventions were multicomponent, involving more than one of the following behavior change techniques grouped by cluster: shaping knowledge, self-belief, repetition and substitution, feedback and monitoring, goals and planning, antecedents, natural consequences, comparison of behavior, and identification. However, most studies were in early stages of development, with limited efficacy trials. VA technology continues to evolve and support behavioral interventions using various platforms (e.g., Interactive Voice Response [IVR] systems, smartphones, and smart speakers) which are used alone or in conjunction with other platforms. Feasibility, usability, preliminary efficacy, along with high user satisfaction of research adapted VAs, in contrast to standalone commercially available VAs, suggest a role for VAs in behavioral health intervention research.
Emre Sezgin, Lisa K Militello, Yungui Huang, Simon Lin
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#32764190 2020/08/07 To Up
The first visualization of chemotherapy-induced tumor apoptosis via magnetic particle imaging in a mouse model.Imaging technologies that allow non-radiative visualization and quantification of apoptosis have a great potential for assessing therapy response, early diagnosis, and disease monitoring. Magnetic particle imaging (MPI), the direct imaging of magnetic nanoparticles as positive contrast agent and sole signal source, enables high image contrast (no tissue background signal), potential high sensitivity, and quantifiable signal intensity. These properties confer a great potential for application to tumor apoptosis monitoring. In this study, a simple and robust method was used to conjugate Alexa Fluor 647-AnnexinV (AF647-Anx), which can avidly bind to apoptotic cells, to superparamagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) nanoparticles, termed AF647-Anx-SPIO, which serves as an MPI-detectable tracer. Based on this apoptosis-specific tracer, MPI can accurately and unambiguously detect and quantify apoptotic tumor cells. AF647-Anx-SPIO showed relatively high affinity for apoptotic cells, and differences in binding between treated (apoptotic rate 67.21% ± 1.36%) and untreated (apoptotic rate 10.12 ± 0.11%) cells could be detected by MPI in vitro (P < 0.05). Moreover, the imaging signal was almost proportional to the number of apoptotic cells determined using an MPI scanner (R2 = 0.99). There was a greater accumulation of AF647-Anx-SPIO in tumors of drug-treated animals than in tumors of untreated animals (P < 0.05), and the difference could be detected by MPI ex vivo, while for in vivo imaging, no MPI imaging signal was detected in either group. Overall, this preliminary study demonstrates that MPI could be a potential imaging modality for tumor apoptosis imaging.
Xin Liang, Kun Wang, Jiangfeng Du, Jie Tian, Hui Zhang
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#32752239 2020/08/01 To Up
Fluorescence-Labeled Amyloid Beta Monomer: A Molecular Dynamical Study.The aggregation process of the Amyloidβ (Aβ) peptide is one of the central questions in Alzheimers's research. Fluorescence-labeled single-molecule detection is a novel technique concerning the early stage investigation of Aβ aggregation, where the labeling dyes are covalently bound to the Aβ monomer. As the influence of the dye on the conformational space of the Aβ monomer can be significant, its effect on the seeding process is an open question. The applied fluorescent molecule continuously switches between an active (ON) and an inactive (OFF) state, where the latter supports an extra rotational restriction at many commercially available dyes. However, only a few theoretical studies simulated the Aβ monomer in the presence of a dye and none of them considered the difference between the ON and the OFF states. Therefore, we examined the impact of a selected fluorescence dye (Alexa 568) on the conformational space of the monomeric Aβ(1-42) peptide in its ON and OFF state by replica exchange molecular dynamic simulations. Investigations on secondary structure elements as well as dye-peptide contact analysis for the monomers are presented. Experimental and theoretical NMR shifts were contrasted to qualify the calculation protocol and theoretical values of the labeled and the non-labeled peptide were also compared. We found that the first five residues have higher helical propensity in the presence of the dye, and electrostatic properties could strongly affect the connection between the dye and the peptide parts.
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#32747683 2020/08/03 To Up
Computational discrimination between natural images based on gaze during mental imagery.When retrieving image from memory, humans usually move their eyes spontaneously as if the image were in front of them. Such eye movements correlate strongly with the spatial layout of the recalled image content and function as memory cues facilitating the retrieval procedure. However, how close the correlation is between imagery eye movements and the eye movements while looking at the original image is unclear so far. In this work we first quantify the similarity of eye movements between recalling an image and encoding the same image, followed by the investigation on whether comparing such pairs of eye movements can be used for computational image retrieval. Our results show that computational image retrieval based on eye movements during spontaneous imagery is feasible. Furthermore, we show that such a retrieval approach can be generalized to unseen images.
Xi Wang, Andreas Ley, Sebastian Koch, James Hays, Kenneth Holmqvist, Marc Alexa
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#32744508 2020/08/03 To Up
Evaluating Smart Assistant Responses for Accuracy and Misinformation Regarding Human Papillomavirus Vaccination: Content Analysis Study.Almost half (46%) of Americans have used a smart assistant of some kind (eg, Apple Siri), and 25% have used a stand-alone smart assistant (eg, Amazon Echo). This positions smart assistants as potentially useful modalities for retrieving health-related information; however, the accuracy of smart assistant responses lacks rigorous evaluation.
John Ferrand, Ryli Hockensmith, Rebecca Fagen Houghton, Eric R Walsh-Buhi
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#32733919 2020/07/08 To Up
Controlling Fibronectin Fibrillogenesis Using Visible Light.We previously developed a surface-assisted assay to image early steps of cell-induced plasma fibronectin (FN) fibrillogenesis by timelapse atomic force microscopy (AFM). Unexpectedly, complementary attempts to visualize FN fibrillogenesis using fluorescently labeled FN (Alexa Fluor 488 or 568) and live-cell light microscopy initially failed consistently. Further analysis revealed that fibrillar remodeling was inhibited efficiently in the focal area illuminated during fluorescence imaging, but progressed normally elsewhere on the substrate, suggesting photo sensitivity of the FN fibrillogenesis process. In agreement, active cell-driven fibrillar extension of FN could be stopped by transient illumination with visible light during AFM timelapse scanning. Phototoxic effects on the cells could be ruled out, because pre-illuminating the FN layer before cell seeding also blocked subsequent fibrillar formation. Varying the illumination wavelength range between 400 and 640 nm revealed strong inhibition across the visible spectrum up to 560 nm, and a decreasing inhibitory effect at longer wavelengths. The photo effect also affected unlabeled FN, but was enhanced by fluorophore labeling of FN. The inhibitory effect could be reduced when reactive oxygen species (ROS) were removed for the cell imaging medium. Based on these findings, FN fibrillogenesis could be imaged successfully using a labeling dye with a long excitation wavelength (Alexa Fluor 633, excitation at 632 nm) and ROS scavengers, such as oxyrase, in the imaging medium. Fibrillar remodeling of exposed cell-free FN layers by AFM scanning required higher scan forces compared to non-exposed FN, consisting with mechanical stiffing of the FN layer after illumination. In agreement with changes in FN mechanics, cells spreading on pre-exposed FN showed reduced migration speeds, altered focal adhesion arrangement, and changes in mechanosensitive signaling pathways, including reduced FAK (Y397) and paxillin (Y118) phosphorylation. Pre-exposure of FN to visible light prior to cell seeding thus provides a useful tool to delineate mechanosensitive signaling pathway related to FN fibrillogenesis. When using FN-coated cell adhesion substrates, care should be taken when comparing experimental results obtained on non-exposed FN layers in cell culture incubators, or during live-cell fluorescence imaging, as FN fibrillogenesis and mechanosensitive cellular signaling pathways may be affected differently.
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