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The Role of the AIMP1 Pathway in Diabetic Retinopathy: AIMP1-Targeted Intervention Study in Diabetic Retinopathy.

We characterized the role of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase-interacting multifunctional protein 1 (AIMP1) in retinal inflammation and apoptosis regulation, both in vivo and in vitro. In addition, we used clinical specimens to show the relationship between AIMP1 and the development of diabetic retinopathy (DR).

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Differences in the Natural Enamel Surface and Acquired Enamel Pellicle following Exposure to Citric or Hydrochloric Acid.

The aim of this study was to investigate variations in the interaction between enamel, that is, the acquired enamel pellicle (AEP) and citric or hydrochloric acid.

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Effect of protein fortification on heat damage and occurrence of β-casomorphins in (un)digested donor human milk intended for nutrition of preterm infants.

Pasteurized donor human milk (PDHM) for preterm infant nutrition is fortified with hydrolyzates of cow's milk proteins, which have been poorly investigated in relation to heat-damage and occurrence of the bioactive peptides β-casomorphins (BCMs). Therefore, thermal protein modifications of three commercial fortifiers were assessed by measuring well-recognized indexes of heat load. The fortifiers did not contain pyrraline, whereas furosine and lysinoalanine levels roughly overlapped the lowest values reported for liquid formulas addressed to term infant nutrition. Bovine BCMs 3 to 7 and human BCMs 3 to 9 were searched. Bovine BCMs 3, 4, 6 and 7 were found in the undigested fortifiers. Following in vitro digestion simulating the digestive conditions of premature infant, bovine BCMs still occurred in fortified PDHM; the human BCMs 3, 7, 8 and 9 formed. Overall, these results better address the nutritional features of protein fortifiers and fortified PDHM intended for nutrition of preterm infants.

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Assessment method for deamidation in proteins using carboxylic acid derivatization-liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.

An analytical method for the degree of protein deamidation has been developed by using carboxy group derivatization and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LCMS/MS). The fragment peptides (LGEYGFQNALIVR and YNGVFQECCQAEDK) obtained by digesting bovine serum albumin (BSA) with trypsin and their asparagine deamidated peptides (LGEYGFQDALIVR and YDGVFQECCQAEDK) were selected as model peptides, and their carboxy groups were derivatized with ethylamine. This derivatization enabled a clear distinction between natural peptides and deamidated peptides by mass, allowing for facile distinction by LCMS/MS before and after deamidation. Good linearity was confirmed for four peptides used in this study via isotope dilution mass spectrometry, showing that protein deamidation can be evaluated by the present method. To confirm the validity of this method for the evaluation of deamidation, natural peptides and deamidated peptides were mixed in arbitrary ratios, and degree of deamidation in these solution was analyzed. This confirmed that accurate evaluation was possible at deamidation degree values of ca. 10 %, 5 %, 2.5 %, and 1 %. Additionally, an accelerated storage test of BSA demonstrated that the deamidation of asparagine at position 404 of BSA progressed by 4 % in 9 weeks at 40 °C and pH 8 in the dark, and that the deamidation process can be traced over time.

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Spinal cord neurodegeneration after inorganic mercury long-term exposure in adult rats: Ultrastructural, proteomic and biochemical damages associated with reduced neuronal density.

Mercury chloride (HgCl) is a chemical pollutant widely found in the environment. This form of mercury is able to promote several damages to the Central Nervous System (CNS), however the effects of HgCl on the spinal cord, an important pathway for the communication between the CNS and the periphery, are still poorly understood. The aim of this work was to investigate the effects of HgCl exposure on spinal cord of adult rats. For this, animals were exposed to a dose of 0.375 mg/kg/day, for 45 days. Then, they were euthanized, the spinal cord collected and we investigated the mercury concentrations in medullary parenchyma and the effects on oxidative biochemistry, proteomic profile and tissue structures. Our results showed that exposure to this metal promoted increased levels of Hg in the spinal cord, impaired oxidative biochemistry by triggering oxidative stress, mudulated antioxidant system proteins, energy metabolism and myelin structure; as well as caused disruption in the myelin sheath and reduction in neuronal density. Despite the low dose, we conclude that prolonged exposure to HgCl triggers biochemical changes and modulates the expression of several proteins, resulting in damage to the myelin sheath and reduced neuronal density in the spinal cord.

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Combined SRPK and AKT pharmacological inhibition is synergistic in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells.

The serine/arginine protein kinases respond to the EGFR-PI3K-AKT signaling module in the context of pre-mRNA alternative splicing regulation. These enzymes (notably SRPK1 and SRPK2) have been found dysregulated in a variety of cancers, which suggests them as promising drug targets in oncology. SRPK2 has been related to leukemia cells proliferation and found preferentially overexpressed in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL). Previously, synergistic combination between vincristine and SRPK inhibitors has been observed in leukemia cells in vitro. Herein we sought to evaluate the in vitro combinatory effects of inhibiting SRPK and multiple other kinase targets from the EGFR pathway in T-ALL, a hematological malignancy with a still poor prognosis. We found that the combined SRPK and AKT pharmacological inhibition is synergistic in Jurkat, CCRF-CEM, and TALL-1 (all T-ALL) but not in HL60, an acute myelogenous leukemia cell lineage. Combined treatments also impaired SR proteins phosphorylation in accordance with an improved suppression of SRPK activity. Furthermore, the synergism of treatments seemed associated with apoptosis triggering, as revealed by flow cytometry analyses. Taken together, these results suggest the therapeutic potential of the combined SRPK and AKT pharmacological inhibition against T-ALL.

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Proteomic analysis of Sporothrix schenckii cell wall reveals proteins involved in oxidative stress response induced by menadione.

Sporotrichosis is an emergent subcutaneous mycosis that is a threat to both humans and other animals. Sporotrichosis is acquired by the traumatic implantation of species of the Sporothrix genus. Added to the detoxification systems, pathogenic fungi possess different mechanisms that allow them to survive within the phagocytic cells of their human host during the oxidative burst. These mechanisms greatly depend from the cell wall (CW) since phagocytic cells recognize pathogens through specific receptors associated to the structure. To date, there are no studies addressing the modulation of the expression of S. schenckii CW proteins (CWP) in response to reactive oxygen species (ROS). Therefore, in this work, a proteomic analysis of the CW of S. schenckii in response to the oxidative agent menadione (O•) was performed. Proteins that modulate their expression were identified which can be related to the fungal survival mechanisms within the phagocyte. Among the up-regulated CWP in response to the oxidative agent, 13 proteins that could be involved in the mechanisms of oxidative stress response in S. schenckii were identified. The proteins identified were thioredoxin1 (Trx1), superoxide dismutase (Sod), GPI-anchored cell wall protein, β-1,3-endoglucanase EglC, glycoside hydrolase (Gh), chitinase, CFEM domain protein, glycosidase crf1, covalently-linked cell wall protein (Ccw), 30 kDa heat shock protein (Hsp30), lipase, trehalase (Treh), fructose-bisphosphate aldolase (Fba1) and citrate synthase (Cs). The identification of CWP that modulates their expression in response to superoxide ion (O•) in S. schenckii is a useful approach to understand how the fungus defends itself against ROS, in order to evade the phagocytic cells from the host and cause the infection.

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Emergence in protein derived nanomedicine as anticancer therapeutics: More than a tour de force.

Cancer has thwarted as a major health problem affecting the global population. With an alarming increase in the patient population suffering from diverse varieties of cancers, the global demographic data predicts sharp escalation in the number of cancer patients. This can be expected to reach 420 million cases by 2025. Among the diverse types of cancers, the most frequently diagnosed cancers are the breast, colorectal, prostate and lung cancer. From years, conventional treatment approaches like surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy have been practiced. In the past few years, increasing research on molecular level diagnosis and treatment of cancers have significantly changed the realm of cancer treatment. Lately, uses of advanced chemotherapy and immunotherapy like treatments have gained significant progress in the cancer therapy, but these approaches have several limitations on their safety and toxicity. This has generated lot of momentum for the evolution of new drug delivery approaches for the effective delivery of anticancer therapeutics, which may improve the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic effect of the drugs along with significant reduction in the side effects. In this regard, the protein-based nano-medicines have gained wider attention in the management of cancer. Proteins are organic macromolecules essential, for life and have quite well explored in developing the nano-carriers. Furthermore, it provides passive or active tumour cell targeted delivery, by using protein based nanovesicles or virus like structures, antibody drug conjugates, viral particles, etc. Moreover, by utilizing various formulation strategies, both the animal and plant derived proteins can be converted to produce self-assembled virus like nano-metric structures with high efficiency in targeting the metastatic cancer cells. Therefore, the present review extensively discusses the applications of protein-based nano-medicine with special emphasis on intracellular delivery/drug targeting ability for anticancer drugs.

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Hepatic TLR4, MBL and CRP gene expression levels are associated with chronic hepatitis C.

Contact with HCV triggers the activation of innate mechanisms responsible for initial infection control. Host cells expressed extra- or intracellularly molecules that promote recognition of pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs). Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4), mannose-binding lectin (MBL) and C-reactive protein (CRP) are molecules available for HCV PAMP recognition. The present study evaluated TLR4, MBL and CRP gene expression in the hepatic tissue of chronic HCV carriers (n = 22) and the association of that expression with the pathogenesis of HCV as well as the progression of liver fibrosis. Liver biopsy specimens from the HCV group were divided according to the METAVIR classification: without fibrosis and/or mild fibrosis (F0-F1), moderate fibrosis (F2), and severe fibrosis and/or cirrhosis (F3-F4) and A0-A1 (absent or mild inflammation) and A2 (moderate inflammation); normal liver samples were used as a control (n = 8). The mRNA levels of the genes studied were quantified by real-time PCR, and plasma CRP and liver enzymes were measured using an automated system. CRP and MBL expression was significantly lower in the HCV group compared to that in the control group (p < .0001 and p = .0242, respectively). TLR4 expression was higher in the HCV group than in the control group (p = .0448) and was also significantly higher (p = .0314) with lower levels of necroinflammatory activity (A0-A1), with a significant correlation between the expression of MBL with TLR4 as well as a positive correlation between plasma levels and CRP expression in the HCV group (p = .0431). Hepatic TLR4, MBL and CRP expression showed no significant association with liver enzymes nor plasma viral load. Mechanisms of HCV escape seem to influence hepatic TLR4, MBL and CRP expression, resulting in a change in the transcription profile of these proteins of innate immunity, which may contribute to virus persistence, liver fibrogenesis and loss of normal liver function.

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