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#35017565 2022/01/11 To Up
Transcriptional alterations in bladder epithelial cells in response to infection with different morphological states of uropathogenic Escherichia coli.Uropathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) may undergo a cyclic cascade of morphological alterations that are believed to enhance the potential of UPEC to evade host responses and re-infect host cell. However, knowledge on the pathogenic potential and host activation properties of UPEC during the morphological switch is limited. Microarray analysis was performed on mRNA isolated from human bladder epithelial cells (HBEP) after exposure to three different morphological states of UPEC (normal coliform, filamentous form and reverted form). Cells stimulated with filamentous bacteria showed the lowest number of significant gene alterations, although the number of enriched gene ontology classes was high suggesting diverse effects on many different classes of host genes. The normal coliform was in general superior in stimulating transcriptional activity in HBEP cells compared to the filamentous and reverted form. Top-scored gene entities activated by all three morphological states included IL17C, TNFAIP6, TNF, IL20, CXCL2, CXCL3, IL6 and CXCL8. The number of significantly changed canonical pathways was lower in HBEP cells stimulated with the reverted form (32 pathways), than in cells stimulated with the coliform (83 pathways) or filamentous bacteria (138 pathways). A host cell invasion assay showed that filamentous bacteria were unable to invade bladder cells, and that the number of intracellular bacteria was markedly lower in cells infected with the reverted form compared to the coliform. In conclusion, the morphological state of UPEC has major impact on the host bladder response both when evaluating the number and the identity of altered host genes and pathways.
Katarina Persson, Ulrika Petersson, Charlotte Johansson, Isak Demirel, Robert Kruse
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#34104083 2021/04/26 To Up
Identified the novel resistant biomarkers for taxane-based therapy for triple-negative breast cancer.Developing treatment strategies for triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) has become an important clinical challenge. Currently, taxane-based chemotherapy is one of the standard treatments for TNBC. However, determining the key factor of taxane-resistance is urgently in need for clinical treatment for breast cancer. We used GEO data to generate paclitaxel resistance in two basal-like TNBC cell lines (SUM149 and MDA-MB-468). Seventy-one common upregulated differentially expressed genes (DEGs) and 11 downregulated DEGs were found to be related to paclitaxel resistance. By constructing protein-protein interactions, 28 hub proteins with a degree cutoff criterion of â¥1 were found. Nine hub genes (, , , , , , , and ) are involved in important signaling pathways We found that upregulated and downregulated were significantly associated with an insensitive response to neoadjuvant paclitaxel-based therapy. A Kaplan-Meier plot was created to check the prognostic values of 11 hub DEGs in terms of recurrence-free survival. High expressions of and were correlated with poor recurrence-free survival, while low levels of , , and indicated poorer relapse-free survival. Our results suggest that , , , , , and might be candidate target genes for taxane-based therapy in basal-like TNBC.
Ching-Wen Chou, Yu-Min Huang, Yu-Jia Chang, Chien-Yu Huang, Chin-Sheng Hung
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#33610678 2021/02/18 To Up
Interleukin-20 exacerbates acute hepatitis and bacterial infection by downregulating IÎºBÎ¶ target genes in hepatocytes.Interleukin (IL)-20 and IL-22 belong to the IL-10 family. IL-10 is a well-documented anti-inflammatory cytokine while IL-22 is well known for epithelial protection and its antibacterial function, showing great therapeutic potential for organ damage; however, the function of IL-20 remains largely unknown.
Yong He, Dechun Feng, Seonghwan Hwang, Bryan Mackowiak, Xiaolin Wang, Xiaogang Xiang, Robim M Rodrigues, Yaojie Fu, Jing Ma, Tianyi Ren, Yeni Ait-Ahmed, Mingjiang Xu, Suthat Liangpunsakul, Bin Gao
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#33293627 2020/12/08 To Up
SARS-CoV-2 receptor ACE2 is co-expressed with genes related to transmembrane serine proteases, viral entry, immunity and cellular stress.The COVID-19 pandemic resulting from the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) which emerged in December 2019 in Wuhan in China has placed immense burden on national economies and global health. At present neither vaccination nor therapies are available. Here, we performed a meta-analysis of RNA-sequencing data from three studies employing human lung epithelial cells. Of these one focused on lung epithelial cells infected with SARS-CoV-2. We aimed at identifying genes co-expressed with angiotensin I converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) the human cell entry receptor of SARS-CoV-2, and unveiled several genes correlated or inversely correlated with high significance, among the most significant of these was the transmembrane serine protease 4 (TMPRSS4). Serine proteases are known to be involved in the infection process by priming the virus spike protein. Pathway analysis revealed virus infection amongst the most significantly correlated pathways. Gene Ontologies revealed regulation of viral life cycle, immune responses, pro-inflammatory responses- several interleukins such as IL6, IL1, IL20 and IL33, IFI16 regulating the interferon response to a virus, chemo-attraction of macrophages, and cellular stress resulting from activated Reactive Oxygen Species. We believe that this dataset will aid in a better understanding of the molecular mechanism(s) underlying COVID-19.
Wasco Wruck, James Adjaye
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#32886659 2020/09/04 To Up
Early immune suppression leads to uncontrolled mite proliferation and potent host inflammatory responses in a porcine model of crusted versus ordinary scabies.Scabies is a neglected tropical disease of global significance. Our understanding of host-parasite interactions has been limited, particularly in crusted scabies (CS), a severe clinical manifestation involving hyper-infestation of Sarcoptes scabiei mites. Susceptibility to CS may be associated with immunosuppressive conditions but CS has also been seen in cases with no identifiable risk factor or immune deficit. Due to ethical and logistical difficulties with undertaking research on clinical patients with CS, we adopted a porcine model which parallels human clinical manifestations. Transcriptomic analysis using microarrays was used to explore scabies pathogenesis, and to identify early events differentiating pigs with ordinary (OS) and crusted scabies. Pigs with OS (n = 4), CS (n = 4) and non-infested controls (n = 4) were compared at pre-infestation, weeks 1, 2, 4 and 8 post-infestation. In CS relative to OS, there were numerous differentially expressed genes including pro-inflammatory cytokines (IL17A, IL8, IL19, IL20 and OSM) and chemokines involved in immune cell activation and recruitment (CCL20, CCL27 and CXCL6). The influence of genes associated with immune regulation (CD274/PD-L1 and IL27), immune signalling (TLR2, TLR8) and antigen presentation (RFX5, HLA-5 and HLA-DOB) were highlighted in the early host response to CS. We observed similarities with gene expression profiles associated with psoriasis and atopic dermatitis and confirmed previous observations of Th2/17 pronounced responses in CS. This is the first comprehensive study describing transcriptional changes associated with the development of CS and significantly, the distinction between OS and CS. This provides a basis for clinical follow-up studies, potentially identifying new control strategies for this severely debilitating disease.
Sajad A Bhat, Shelley F Walton, Tomer Ventura, Xiaosong Liu, James S McCarthy, Stewart T G Burgess, Kate E Mounsey
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#32306980 2020/04/19 To Up
Characterization of IL-19, -20, and -24 in acute and chronic kidney diseases reveals a pro-fibrotic role of IL-24.Recently, the role of IL-19, IL-20 and IL-24 has been reported in renal disorders. However, still little is known about their biological role.
Domonkos Pap, Apor Veres-SzÃ©kely, BeÃ¡ta Szebeni, RÃ©ka Rokonay, Anna Ãnody, Rita Lippai, IstvÃ¡n MÃ¡rton TakÃ¡cs, AndrÃ¡s TislÃ©r, Magdolna Kardos, Franz Oswald, Andrea Fekete, Attila J SzabÃ³, ÃdÃ¡m Vannay
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#31973719 2020/01/23 To Up
Role of IL-24 in the mucosal remodeling of children with coeliac disease.Recently, involvement of IL-19, IL-20 and IL-24 has been reported in inflammatory diseases associated with tissue remodeling. However, their impact on the pathomechanism of coeliac disease (CD) is still completely unknown.
RÃ©ka Rokonay, Apor Veres-SzÃ©kely, BeÃ¡ta Szebeni, Domonkos Pap, Rita Lippai, NÃ³ra J BÃ©res, GÃ¡bor Veres, Attila J SzabÃ³, ÃdÃ¡m Vannay
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#31646875 2019/10/24 To Up
Gene Expression Analysis to Investigate Biological Networks Underlying Nasal Inflammatory Dysfunctions Induced by Diesel Exhaust Particles Using an System.Diesel exhaust particles (DEP)s are notorious ambient pollutants composed of a complex mixture of a carbon core and diverse chemical irritants. Several studies have demonstrated significant relationships between DEP exposure and serious nasal inflammatory response , but available information regarding underlying networks in terms of gene expression changes has not sufficiently explained potential mechanisms of DEP-induced nasal damage, especially .
Hyun Soo Kim, Byeong-Gon Kim, Sohyeon Park, Nahyun Kim, An-Soo Jang, Young Rok Seo, Moo Kyun Park
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#31401780 2019/08/10 To Up
Immunity augmentation in Botia dario (Hamilton, 1822) through carotenoid: a dietary approach.The immunity and health status of ornamental fish is an important aspect, as they are kept in a confined environment and various stressful conditions which lead to depletion of overall colourful appearance and mortality. The carotenoids can act as immunity boosters in captive aquarium system and may be supplemented in the feed as aquarium fish have no access to natural carotenoids. The study aimed to assess the role of carotenoid on the immunity of B. dario. Marigold petal meal is an important source of carotenoids and used in experimental diets. Four immunogenes namely IL20, TLR9, TRAIL, and Nramp in B. dario were characterized and also studied for their relative expression in the kidney after feeding the fish with marigold petal meal supplemented diet. The expression pattern of the genes was compared with the fish of nature. The IL20 and Nramp gene were upregulated significantly (pâ<â0.05) in the fish of nature as compared to the experimental fish at the 60th day of feeding carotenoid-rich diet. But the TLR9 and TRAIL gene was upregulated significantly (pâ<â0.05) in experimental fish as compared to nature. The haematological parameters of fish after feeding with the experimental enriched diet for 60Â days also confirmed the role of carotenoids in immunity.
Partha Sarathi Tripathy, Ananya Khatei, Janmejay Parhi, Tanmoy Gon Choudhury, Lopamudra Sahoo, Sagar Chandra Mandal
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