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Linear growth of children with celiac disease after the first two years on gluten- free diet: a controlled study.Celiac disease (CD) is a lifelong disorder with gluten-induced manifestations in different organs especially growth. Gluten free diet (GFD) is required to achieve remission and prevent abnormal growth. Study reports on growth of children with celiac disease on long-term GFD are not consistent.
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Toxicopathological and immunological studies on different concentrations of chitosan-coated silver nanoparticles in rats.Much consideration has been paid to the toxicological assessment of nanoparticles prior to clinical and biological applications. While in vitro studies have been expanding continually, in vivo investigations of nanoparticles have not developed a cohesive structure. This study aimed to assess the acute toxicity of different concentrations of chitosan-coated silver nanoparticles (Ch-AgNPs) in main organs, including liver, kidneys, and spleen.
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Cryptogenic liver cirrhosis and hepatitis E virus (HEV): Are they related?Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is one of the most common causes of acute hepatitis. In recent years, its role in the development of chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis especially in immunosuppressed patients and its wide range of extrahepatic involvement have increased the amount of research on HEV. In this study we aimed to investigate the presence of HEV infection in individuals with cryptogenic cirrhosis.
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Pipe-3D: A Pipeline Based on Immunofluorescence, 3D Confocal Imaging, Reconstructions, and Morphometry for Biliary Network Analysis in Cholestasis.Cholestasis, the impairment of bile flux out of the liver, is a common complication of many pathological liver disorders, such as cholangiopathies, primary biliary sclerosis, and primary biliary cirrhosis. Besides accumulation of bile acids in the liver and blood, it leads to a proliferative response of the biliary tree termed as a ductular reaction. The ductular reaction is characterized by enhanced proliferation of cholangiocytes, which form the epithelial lining of bile ducts. This strong reaction of the biliary tree has been reported to generate a source of progenitor cells that can differentiate to hepatocytes or cholangiocytes during regeneration. On the other hand, it can cause periportal fibrosis eventually progressing to cirrhosis and death. In 2D histology, this leads to the appearance of an increased number of duct lumina per area of tissue. Yet, the biliary tree is a 3D vstructure and the appearance of lumina in thin slices may be explained by the appearance of novel ducts or by ramification or convolution of existing ducts in 3D. In many such aspects, traditional 2D histology on thin slices limits our understanding of the response of the biliary tree. A comprehensive understanding of architecture remodeling of the biliary network in cholestasis depends on robust 3D sample preparation and analysis methods. To that end, we describe pipe-3D, a processing and analysis pipeline visualization based on immunofluorescence, confocal imaging, surface reconstructions, and automated morphometry of the biliary network in 3D at subcellular resolution. This pipeline has been used to discover extensive remodeling of interlobular bile ducts in cholestasis, wherein elongation, branching, and looping create a dense ductular mesh around the portal vein branch. Surface reconstructions generated by Pipe-3D from confocal data also show an approximately fivefold enhancement of the luminal duct surface through corrugation of the epithelial lamina, which may increase bile reabsorption and alleviate cholestasis. The response of interlobular ducts in cholestasis was shown to be in sharp contrast to that of large bile ducts, de novo duct formation during embryogenesis. It is also distinct from ductular response in other models of hepatic injury such as choline-deficient, ethionine-supplemented diet, where parenchymal tissue invasion by ducts and their branches is observed. Pipe-3D is applicable to any model of liver injury, and optionally integrates tissue clearing techniques for 3D analysis of thick (>500 μm) tissue sections.
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[An unusual cause of jaundice].Hepatic impairment is common during hyperthyroidism. It is most often asymptomatic. Hyperthyroidism revealed by jaundice has been rarely described in the literature. We here report the case of a 52-year old patient in Dakar (Senegal) presenting with jaundice associated with pruritus. Laboratory tests showed elevated alanine aminotransferases (1.1 N), aspartate aminotransferase(1.5 N), alkaline phosphatases (3 N), gamma glutamyl transferases (1.3 N) and bilirubinemia (22 N). Abdominal ultrasound was normal. A toxic or drug-related cause, bile duct obstruction, viral or autoimmune hepatitis as well as primary biliary cholangitis were excluded. The dosage of thyroid hormones showed elevated free T4, 24 ng/dL (9-20 ng/dL) and undetectable plasma TSH less than 0.01μUI/mL (0,35-4,94 IU/mL). TSH receptor antibodies were positive 7.04 IU/L (n < 1.75 IU/L). Thyroid ultrasound objectified diffuse homogeneous hypervascular goiter. The diagnosis of hepatic impairment secondary to Graves-Basedow disease without cardiac dysfunction was retained. Clinical outcome and laboratory test results were favorable under carbimazole. Jaundice can be an indicator of hyperthyroidism. An investivation of clinical signs and laboratory parameters for hyperthyroidism is essential in patients with unexplained jaundice.
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Peripheral blood and hepatic Toll-like receptor 7 expression and interferon lambda 1 levels in chronic hepatitis C: Relation to virus replication and liver injury.Toll-like receptor 7 (TLR7) can recognize single-stranded RNA viruses like hepatitis C virus (HCV) with subsequent induction of different interferon (IFN) types including IFN lambda (IFNL), which activate an immediate anti-viral response. However, the role of TLR7 in inflammation and fibrosis, characteristics of HCV-induced liver injury, is still controversial. The present work was designed to investigate the potential role of TLR7 and IFNL1 in chronic hepatitis C (CHC) in relation to viral replication and liver injury.
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(-)-Epicatechin attenuates hepatic sinusoidal obstruction syndrome by inhibiting liver oxidative and inflammatory injury.Hepatic sinusoidal obstruction syndrome (HSOS) is a rare liver disease with considerable morbidity and mortality. (-)-Epicatechin (EPI) is a natural flavonol. This study aims to investigate the protection of EPI against monocrotaline (MCT)-induced HSOS and its engaged mechanism. Results of serum alanine/aspartate aminotransferases (ALT/AST) activities, total bilirubin (TBil) and bile acids (TBA) amounts, liver histological evaluation, scanning electron microscope observation and hepatic metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9) expression all demonstrated the protection by EPI against MCT-induced HSOS in rats. EPI attenuated liver oxidative injury induced by MCT. EPI enhanced the nuclear translocation of nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 (Nrf2) and increased the expression of its downstream antioxidant genes in rats. Molecular docking results implied the potential interaction of EPI with the Nrf2 binding site in kelch-like ECH-associated protein-1 (Keap1). The EPI-provided protection against MCT-induced HSOS was diminished in Nrf2 knock-out mice when mice were treated with MCT for 24 h but not for 48 h. However, EPI reduced the increased liver myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity, hepatic infiltration of immune cells, pro-inflammatory cytokines expression and nuclear factor κB (NFκB) activation in both wild-type and Nrf2 knock-out mice when mice were treated with MCT for 48 h. EPI reduced the elevated serum heat shock protein 60 (HSP60) content, and reversed the decreased mitochondria expression of HSP60 and Lon in livers from MCT-treated rats. Furthermore, the MCT-induced HSOS was markedly alleviated in mice treated with anti-HSP60 antibody. Taken together, this study demonstrates that EPI attenuates MCT-induced HSOS by reducing liver oxidative injury via activating Nrf2 antioxidant pathway and inhibiting liver inflammatory injury through abrogating NFκB signaling pathway initiated by HSP60.
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HBV infection suppresses the expression of inflammatory macrophage miR‑210.It has been previously reported that hepatitis B e‑antigen (HBeAg) induces microRNA (miR)‑155 expression and promotes liver injury by increasing inflammatory cytokine production in macrophages. Moreover, it was previously demonstrated that miR‑210 alleviates lipopolysaccharide‑stimulated proinflammatory cytokine production in macrophages. In addition, accumulating evidence suggests that miR‑210 is able to suppress hepatitis B virus (HBV) replication in HepG2.2.15 cells. However, it remains unclear whether miR‑210, similar to miR‑155, affects the progress of hepatitis B by regulating macrophage function. Reverse transcription‑quantitative polymerase chain reaction analysis was used to detect miR‑210 levels in serum and cells. HBV‑associated antigens stimulated different types of macrophages and facilitated the observation of the effects of these antigens on miR‑210 expression in macrophages. Co‑culture of peripheral blood monocytes from healthy controls and the serum of patients with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) was conducted to evaluate the effect of HBV‑associated elements in the serum on the expression of the macrophage miR‑210 in vivo. It was observed that miR‑210 expression levels were decreased in the peripheral blood monocytes (PBMs) and serum of patients with CHB and negatively associated with serum alanine aminotransferase and aspartate aminotransferase, but not other clinical parameters including hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg), HBeAg, anti‑HBe antibody (HBeAb) and hepatitis B core antibody (HBcAb) and HBV‑DNA. Notably, it was demonstrated that miR‑210 expression was not affected by treatment with HBV‑associated antigens in different types of macrophages. Notably, the serum of patients with CHB was able to markedly downregulate the miR‑210 expression of PBMs in healthy controls. These findings suggested that, unlike the induction of miR‑155 by HBeAg, there may be certain other elements, apart from HBV‑associated antigens, regulating miR‑210 levels in the serum and PBMs of patients with CHB that affect macrophage activation.
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Heat Shock Protein 70 (HSP70) Reduces Hepatic Inflammatory and Oxidative Damage in a Rat Model of Liver Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury with Hyperbaric Oxygen Preconditioning.BACKGROUND Several clinical conditions can cause hepatic ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) injury. This study aimed to determine the mechanism of the protective effect of hyperbaric oxygen preconditioning (HBO₂P) on hepatic ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) injury in a rat model, and to investigate the effects on HBO₂P and I/R injury of blocking HSP70 using antibody (Ab) pretreatment. MATERIAL AND METHODS Male Sprague-Dawley rats underwent HBO₂P for 60 min at 2.0 atmosphere absolute (ATA) pressure for five consecutive days before surgical hepatic I/R injury, performed by clamping the portal vein and hepatic lobe. Four groups studied included: the non-HBO₂P+ non-I/R group, which underwent sham surgery (N=10); the non-HBO₂P + I/R group (N=10); the HBO₂P + I/R group (N=10); and the HBO₂P + HSP70-Ab + I/R group (N=10) received one dose of HSP70 antibody one day before hepatic I/R injury. Serum lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (ALT), and pro-inflammatory cytokines, tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF-α) and interleukin-6 (IL-6), and hepatic malondialdehyde (MDA) and myeloperoxidase (MPO) were measured biochemically. Rat liver tissues were examined histologically. RESULTS In rats with hepatic I/R injury without HSP70 antibody pre-treatment, HBO₂P significantly reduced hepatic injury and levels of LDH, AST, ALT, TNF-α, IL-6, MDA, and MPO levels; in comparison, the group pre-treated with an antibody to inhibit HSP70 (the HBO₂P + HSP70-Ab + I/R group) showed significant reversal of the beneficial effects of HBO₂P on hepatic I/R injury (p<0.05). CONCLUSIONS In a rat model of hepatic I/R injury with HBO₂P, HSP70 reduced hepatic inflammatory and oxidative damage.
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Hepatotoxicity and immunotoxicity of MC-LR on silver carp.Microcystins produced by some cyanobacteria can cause damages to the liver and kidneys of aquatic animals. In the natural water with cyanobacterial blooms, silver carp may suffer from the most serious affect of the bloom due to their filtering these cyanobacteria and ingesting them as food. In the present study, silver carp was exposed to microcystin-LR by using the method of intraperitoneal injection first to determine the acute toxicity of microcystin-LR on silver carp and then to determine the activity of inflammatory protein and content of inflammatory factors from the serum of silver carp following a subacute exposure of microcystin-LR at doses of 104.9 μg kg (1/5 of LD) or 262.1 μg kg (1/2 of LD). The results showed that MC-LR exposure increased fish liver index and promoted the activities of fish serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST), indicating the hepatotoxicity of MC-LR on the fish. Moreover, MC-LR exposure also increased the number of leukocytes, complement C3 level, lysozyme activity (at the first 9 h of exposure), and the contents of cytokines TNF-α, IL-1β and IFN-γ in fish serum. In addition, a significant increase in IgM level was observed in the serum and head kidney of silver carp following MC-LR exposure. This result suggests that semi-lethal doses of MC-LR exposure is not only hepatotoxic but also immunotoxic to silver carp.
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