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Updates in Hepatitis E virus (HEV) field; lessons learned from human liver chimeric mice.

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is the most common cause of viral hepatitis globally, and it is an emerging pathogen in developed countries. In vivo studies of HEV have long been hindered due to the lack of an efficient small animal model. Recently, human liver chimeric mice were described as an elegant model to study chronic HEV infection. HEV infection was established in mice with humanized liver that were challenged with stool preparations containing HEV genotype (gt)1 and/or gt3. An increase in viral load and the level of HEV Ag in mouse samples were markers of active infection. Plasma-derived HEV preparations were less infectious. The kinetics of HEV ORF2 Ag during HEV infection and its impact on HEV diagnosis were described in this model. In addition, the nature of HEV particles and HEV ORF2 Ag were characterized. Moreover, humanized mice were used to study the impact of HEV infection on the hepatic innate transcriptome and evaluation of anti-HEV therapies. This review highlights recent advances in the HEV field gathered from well-established experimental mouse models, with an emphasis on this model as a tool for elucidating the course of HEV infection, the study of the HEV life cycle, the interaction of the virus with the host, and the evaluation of new anti-HEV therapies.

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ComBat harmonization for radiomic features in independent phantom and lung cancer patient computed tomography datasets.

To evaluate the Combatting Batch effect (ComBat) harmonization algorithm's ability to reduce the variation in radiomic features arising from different imaging protocols and independently verify published results.

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Personal peer victimization and ethnic peer victimization: Findings on their co-occurrence, predictors, and outcomes from a latent profile analysis.

Findings on whether immigrant students suffer from higher levels of peer victimization have been inconsistent, perhaps due to a blend of measures for personal and ethnic peer victimization.

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Central nervous system-specific antinuclear antibodies in patients with multiple sclerosis.

Nuclear antigen released from central nervous system (CNS) cells undergoing destruction may induce production of antinuclear antibodies (ANA). We characterized the CNS-specific production of ANA in multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Knowledge, attitudes and practices relating to antibiotic use and antibiotic resistance among backyard pig farmers in rural Shandong province, China.

China is among the world's largest consumers of antibiotics for livestock, and the demand for meat protein continues to rise. Pig production takes place at a range of facilities, including backyard pig farms. The aim of this study was to describe the knowledge, attitudes and practices of backyard pig farmers concerning antibiotic use and resistance, and to observe household storage of antibiotics for use in pigs. We conducted a cross-sectional questionnaire survey among 271 rural residents with backyard pig farms in 12 villages in one town in Shandong province. The median number of pigs per backyard farm was 14, and 82 % (222/271) of participants reported not having had any training about raising pigs. Eighteen percent of participants (48/271) reported always or often adding antibiotics to feed to keep pigs healthy and prevent diseases, and a third (88/271) of participants believed that pigs should be given antibiotics when they stop eating. Thirty percent (82/271) reported having bought antibiotics in the previous year without having first spoken with a veterinarian. Antibiotics accounted for over half of all medicines stored (55 %, 197/358), and were observed in 31 % of all households (83/271). Less than half of participants (45 %, 37/83) from households in which antibiotics for pig use were found knew that they were storing antibiotics. The most common class of antibiotics stored for use in pigs was (Q)J01C beta-lactam antibiotics, penicillins (19 %, 37/197), followed by (Q)J01F macrolides, lincosamides and streptogramins (14 %, 28/197), and (Q)J01M quinolones (12 %, 25/197). These results provide important insights into how backyard pig farmers are using antibiotics in rural China and suggest potential targets for interventions to reduce unnecessary and inappropriate use.

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Natural products: Potential lead compounds for the treatment of endometriosis.

Medical plants have been used for centuries for the treatment of various disorders in humans and animals. The therapeutic properties of herbs and plants have been documented for years, giving rise to ethnobotany, and have been a source for the development of novel drugs. Natural products usually have more than one pharmaceutical effects, due to the fact that they interact with more than one biological targets. This property could be used for the efficient treatment of diseases with multiple putative physiopathologic mechanisms, such as endometriosis.

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Root and root canal diversity in human permanent maxillary first premolars and upper/lower first molars from a 14th-17th and 18th-19th century Radom population.

The aim of this study was to assess whether analyzed groups from two historical periods: Late Medieval (LMP), and Modern (MP) from Radom varied in the number of tooth roots and root canal system morphology.

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Interaction of particles with mucosae and cell membranes.

The fates and detrimental effects of particles entering the body have gained increasingly notable attention worldwide because of the burgeoning applications of various particles and wide existence of ambient particulate matter. Studies on the interaction of particles with biological interfaces demonstrate the potential risks and hazards to the health of living organisms. This review aims to provide a systematic overview of the interaction between particles and typical biological interfaces, with an emphasis on the effects of particle properties and microenvironment, and the potential adverse results arising from these interactions. First, we describe the major entry routes of particles into the human body to understand the main exposure pathways and the fates and impacts of particles. Different behaviors of particles interacting with mucosae and cell membranes are then reviewed. Finally, the knowledge gaps are identified and the long-term development of interaction research is proposed.

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Building a custom large-scale panel of novel microhaplotypes for forensic identification using MiSeq and Ion S5 massively parallel sequencing systems.

A large number of new microhaplotype loci were identified in the human genome by applying a directed search with selection criteria emphasizing short haplotype length (<120 nucleotides) and maximum levels of polymorphism in the composite SNPs. From these searches, 107 autosomal microhaplotypes and 11 X chromosome microhaplotypes were selected, with well-spaced autosomal positions to ensure their independence in relationship tests. The 118 microhaplotypes were assembled into a single multiplex assay for the analysis of forensic DNA with massively parallel sequencing (MPS). A single AmpliSeq-adapted primer set was made for Illumina MiSeq and Thermo Fisher Ion S5 MPS platforms and the performance of the assay was comprehensively evaluated in both systems. Five microhaplotypes showed critical sequencing failures in both MPS platforms and were removed, while a further 13 required manual checks and the application of sequence quality thresholds in one or both systems to ensure the successful analysis of low-level DNA in these loci. The targeting of short microhaplotype spans during marker selection, with an average length of 51 nucleotides in the 118 loci, led to a high level of sensitivity for the panel when sequencing the very degraded DNA typically encountered in forensic casework and the identification of missing persons.

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Genetic disruption of KCC cotransporters in a mouse model of thalassemia intermedia.

β-thalassemia (β-Thal) is caused by defective β-globin production leading to globin chain imbalance, aggregation of free alpha chain in developing erythroblasts, reticulocytes, and mature circulating red blood cells. The hypochromic thalassemic red cells exhibit increased cell dehydration in association with elevated K leak and increased K-Cl cotransport activity, each of which has been linked to globin chain imbalance and related oxidative stress. We therefore tested the effect of genetic inactivation of K-Cl cotransporters KCC1 and KCC3 in a mouse model of β-thalassemia intermedia. In the absence of these transporters, the anemia of β-Thal mice was ameliorated, in association with increased MCV and reductions in CHCM and hyperdense cells, as well as in spleen size. The resting K content of β-Thal red cells was greatly increased, and Thal-associated splenomegaly slightly decreased. Lack of KCC1 and KCC3 activity in Thal red cells reduced red cell density and improved β-Thal-associated osmotic fragility. We conclude that genetic inactivation of K-Cl cotransport can reverse red cell dehydration and partially attenuate the hematologic phenotype in a mouse model of β-thalassemia.

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