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#33108070 2020/10/27 To Up
Analysis of expression levels of markers associated with tumor proliferation and angiogenesis in familial adenomatous polyposis.Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) is an autosomal dominant hereditary disease with colorectal adenomatous polyps as the main clinical manifestations. The objective of this study was to analyze and compare the expression levels of tumor proliferation and angiogenesis-related genes in different tissue sections of FAP patients through qPCR, western blot, and immunohistochemistry (IHC) analysis.
Zhao Zhang, Dan Wang, Chen Xu, Yuwei Li, Yongjun Yu, Chao Chen, Mingsen Li, Xipeng Zhang
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#33107920 2020/10/01 To Up
Association of Low Tumor Endothelial Cell pY397-Focal Adhesion Kinase Expression With Survival in Patients With Neoadjuvant-Treated Locally Advanced Breast Cancer.Determining the risk of relapse after neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with locally advanced breast cancer is required to offer alternative therapeutic strategies.
Marina Roy-Luzarraga, Tarek Abdel-Fatah, Louise E Reynolds, Andrew Clear, Joseph G Taylor, John G Gribben, Stephen Chan, Louise Jones, Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke
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#33106234 2020/10/08 To Up
Myh6-driven Cre-recombinase activates the DNA damage response and the cell-cycle in the myocardium in the absence of loxP sites.Regeneration of muscle in the damaged myocardium is a major objective of cardiovascular research, for which purpose many investigators utilize mice containing transgenes encoding Cre-recombinase to recombine loxP-flanked target genes. An unfortunate side-effect of the Cre-loxP model is the propensity of Cre-recombinase to inflict off-target DNA damage, which has been documented in various eukaryotic cell-types including cardiomyocytes (CMs). In the heart, reported effects of Cre-recombinase include contractile dysfunction, fibrosis, cellular infiltration, and induction of the DNA damage response (DDR). During experiments on adult mice containing a widely used transgene, the protein product of which is activated by tamoxifen, we observed large, transient off-target effects of merCremer, some of which have not been previously reported. On Day 3 after the first of three daily tamoxifen injections, immunofluorescent microscopy of heart sections revealed that the presence of merCremer protein in myonuclei was nearly uniform, thereafter diminishing to near extinction by Day 6; during this time, cardiac function was depressed as determined by echocardiography. On Day 5, peaks of apoptosis and expression of DDR regulatory genes were observed, highlighted by >25-fold increased expression of ; concomitantly, the expression of genes encoding and , which regulate the G/S cell-cycle transition, were dramatically increased (>50-100-fold). Importantly, immunofluorescent staining revealed that this was accompanied by peaks of Ki67, 5'-bromodeoxyuridine, and phosphohistone H3 labeling in non-CMs, as well as CMs. We further document that tamoxifen-induced activation of merCremer exacerbates cardiac dysfunction following MI. These findings, when considered in the context of previous reports, indicate that the presence of merCremer in the nucleus induces DNA damage and unscheduled cell-cycle activation. Although these effects are transient, the inclusion of appropriate controls, coupled with an awareness of defects caused by Cre-recombinase, are required to avoid misinterpreting results when using Cre-loxP models for cardiac regeneration studies.
Xinrui Wang, Amelia Lauth, Tina C Wan, John W Lough, John A Auchampach
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#33104067 2020/10/10 To Up
Isolation, Transfection, and Long-Term Culture of Adult Mouse and Rat Cardiomyocytes.Ex vivo culture of the adult mammalian cardiomyocytes (CMs) presents the most relevant experimental system for the in vitro study of cardiac biology. Adult mammalian CMs are terminally differentiated cells with minimal proliferative capacity. The post-mitotic state of adult CMs not only restricts cardiomyocyte cell cycle progression but also limits the efficient culture of CMs. Moreover, the long-term culture of adult CMs is necessary for many studies, such as CM proliferation and analysis of gene expression. The mouse and the rat are the two most preferred laboratory animals to be used for cardiomyocyte isolation. While the long-term culture of rat CMs is possible, adult mouse CMs are susceptible to death and cannot be cultured more than five days under normal conditions. Therefore, there is a critical need to optimize the cell isolation and long-term culture protocol for adult murine CMs. With this modified protocol, it is possible to successfully isolate and culture both adult mouse and rat CMs for more than 20 days. Moreover, the siRNA transfection efficiency of isolated CM is significantly increased compared to previous reports. For adult mouse CM isolation, the Langendorff perfusion method is utilized with an optimal enzyme solution and sufficient time for complete extracellular matrix dissociation. In order to obtain pure ventricular CMs, both atria were dissected and discarded before proceeding with the disassociation and plating. Cells were dispersed on a laminin coated plate, which allowed for efficient and rapid attachment. CMs were allowed to settle for 4-6 h before siRNA transfection. Culture media was refreshed every 24 h for 20 days, and subsequently, CMs were fixed and stained for cardiac-specific markers such as Troponin and markers of cell cycle such as KI67.
Perwez Alam, Bryan D Maliken, Malina J Ivey, Shannon M Jones, Onur Kanisicak
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Primary Gastrointestinal Involvement in a Case of Extranodal-Extranasal Natural Killer T Cell Lymphoma.Extra-nasal types of Extra-nodal natural killer cell lymphoma (ENKL) have been known with poorer prognoses than nasal type with the worst responses to treatment. The current work introduces a case of ENKL with GI involvement with no nasal manifestations. We report a 56-year male farmer with fever, productive cough, dyspnea, anorexia, vomiting and chill in addition to malaise and cachexia of three months duration referred to a hospital with acute abdominal pain, and was diagnosed as peritonitis due to perforated terminal ileum ulcer before experiencing surgery as a case of acute abdomen. The pathologic study of the relevant biopsy showed "ulceration and necrosis with dense fibrinoleukocytic exudation and granulation tissue formation. CT scan determined a bilateral mass like haziness which was more likely to be metastatic. The review of the previous pathologic specimens raised Natural Killer/T cell Lymphoma (NKTL), the reason for which we focused on the patient's sinuses and nasal area as well as nasopharynx. There was no finding in examination and endoscopy of sinuses. Pathology also found malignant high grade non-Hodgkin T cell lymphoma in specimens obtained from debridement of ulcer at terminal ileum. It also showed that most of the tumor cells were positive for CD3, CD56, CD8, and LCA but negative for CD19, CD20 and AE1/AE3. Positive reactions for CD30 were shown by some cells. CD56, CD3, and CD8 were expressed by neoplastic cells and CD30 were positive in few cells. Proliferative activity (Ki67 index) was high (60-70%). This was the main base to diagnose an extra-nodal extra-nasal NK/T cell lymphoma. In conclusion, Intestinal changes at middle age, especially in men with nonspecific clinical manifestations is highly advised to be studied pathologically and genetically for T cell types like CD30 positive T cells which are usually engaged in ENKTL.
Somayeh Lookzadeh, Mihan Pourabdollah Toutkaboni, Hamidreza Jamaati, Mitra Rezaei, Mehran Marashian
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#33100215 2020/10/25 To Up
Knockdown of long non-coding RNA SOX2OT downregulates SOX2 to improve hippocampal neurogenesis and cognitive function in a mouse model of sepsis-associated encephalopathy.Aberrant hippocampal neurogenesis is an important pathological feature of sepsis-associated encephalopathy. In the current study, we examined the potential role of the long noncoding RNA (lncRNA) sex-determining region Y-box 2 (SOX2) overlapping transcript (SOX2OT), a known regulator of adult neurogenesis in sepsis-induced deficits in hippocampal neurogenesis and cognitive function.
Jialin Yin, Yanan Shen, Yanna Si, Yuan Zhang, Jiayue Du, Xiajuan Hu, Mengmeng Cai, Hongguang Bao, Yan Xing
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#33099081 2020/10/17 To Up
Correlation of size and focality with prognosis in small breast carcinoma: a single institution case series.The clinical behavior and prognosis of small multifocal and microinvasive breast cancers are still debated together with the best method of assessing tumor size in multiple invasive carcinomas. This study evaluates the clinico-pathological features of single and multiple breast cancers up to 0.5 cm in order to evaluate the rate of recurrences.
Mauro G Mastropasqua, Francesca Addante, Sara Pirola, Giuseppe Ingravallo, Giuseppe Viale
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Apigenin as a Candidate Prenatal Treatment for Trisomy 21: Effects in Human Amniocytes and the Ts1Cje Mouse Model.Human fetuses with trisomy 21 (T21) have atypical brain development that is apparent sonographically in the second trimester. We hypothesize that by analyzing and integrating dysregulated gene expression and pathways common to humans with Down syndrome (DS) and mouse models we can discover novel targets for prenatal therapy. Here, we tested the safety and efficacy of apigenin, identified with this approach, in both human amniocytes from fetuses with T21 and in the Ts1Cje mouse model. In vitro, T21 cells cultured with apigenin had significantly reduced oxidative stress and improved antioxidant defense response. In vivo, apigenin treatment mixed with chow was administered prenatally to the dams and fed to the pups over their lifetimes. There was no significant increase in birth defects or pup deaths resulting from prenatal apigenin treatment. Apigenin significantly improved several developmental milestones and spatial olfactory memory in Ts1Cje neonates. In addition, we noted sex-specific effects on exploratory behavior and long-term hippocampal memory in adult mice, and males showed significantly more improvement than females. We demonstrated that the therapeutic effects of apigenin are pleiotropic, resulting in decreased oxidative stress, activation of pro-proliferative and pro-neurogenic genes (KI67, Nestin, Sox2, and PAX6), reduction of the pro-inflammatory cytokines INFG, IL1A, and IL12P70 through the inhibition of NFκB signaling, increase of the anti-inflammatory cytokines IL10 and IL12P40, and increased expression of the angiogenic and neurotrophic factors VEGFA and IL7. These studies provide proof of principle that apigenin has multiple therapeutic targets in preclinical models of DS.
Faycal Guedj, Ashley E Siegel, Jeroen L A Pennings, Fatimah Alsebaa, Lauren J Massingham, Umadevi Tantravahi, Diana W Bianchi
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#33098395 2020/10/12 To Up
Two Rare Cases of Uterine Leiomyosarcomas Originating from Submucosal Leiomyomas Proved by Their Immunohistochemistry Profiles.The most common mesenchymal tumours of the uterine corpus originate from smooth muscle cells. Leiomyomas are commonly found in women of child bearing age; however, leiomyosarcomas occur later in life (50-55 years of age). Most uterine leiomyosarcomas occur de novo, but rare cases of leiomyosarcomas that arise from leiomyomas have been reported. We present two cases of fertile women with submucosal leiomyomas that became malignant and discuss their pathologic features and immunohistochemistry studies for P16, P53 and Ki67.
Hossein Ghorbani, Mohammad Ranaee, Zeinab Vosough
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