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#34297243 2021/07/23 To Up
Role of biometals in activation of immune cum inflammatory response in ovine ageing eye: a potential model for understanding human geriatric eye diseases.The present study was designed to evaluate the age-related changes in biometal and antimicrobial peptide (cathelicidin) concentration and their role in oxidative cum pro-inflammatory cascade in an ovine animal model. Clinically healthy ovine (nâ=â126) were grouped as Group I (nâ=â55, ageâ=âup to 3Â years), Group II (nâ=â52, ageâ=âabove 3-below 6Â years) and Group III (nâ=â19, ageâ=â6Â years above). Samples (aqueous humour and lens of the eye) were collected stored at -Â 80Â Â°C till further analysis. In aqueous humour, the concentration of zinc (pâ<â0.001 in group III), copper (pâ<â0.05 in group II and pâ<â0.001 group III) and iron (pâ<â0.05 in group III) were significantly increased compared to group I. While as the concentration of magnesium were significantly decreased in group II (pâ<â0.001) and group III (pâ<â0.05) compared to group I. Similarly in eye lens the level of copper remained uniform as no significant change was observed across different age groups, while as significantly elevated levels of iron were observed in group III (pâ<â0.001) compared to group I. whereas, levels of lens Zinc (pâ<â0.05 in group II) and magnesium (pâ<â0.05 in group III and pâ<â0.001 in group II) were significantly decreased compared to group I. Age-dependent increase in levels of oxidation products which include advanced oxidation protein products (AOPP) in aqueous humour and lenses of group II and group III (pâ<â0.001) and MDA in aqueous humour of group III (pâ<â0.05) were found compared to levels recorded in group I. In contrast, levels of antioxidants which include lens vitamin C in group II and group III (pâ<â0.01) and lens superoxide dismutase (SOD) in group III (pâ<â0.001) were significantly increased compared to group I. Levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines in aqueous humour revealed significantly (pâ<â0.001) age-dependent increase in IL-1, IL-6 and TNF-Î± elevated in group III, and group II as compared to group I, However, cathelicidin level in aqueous humour of group III and group II were significantly (pâ<â0.001) lower as compared to groups I. Furthermore,the present study observed significant (pâ<â0.05) metal-metal positive interaction between copper levels in lens with levels of (iron and magnesium) in aqueous humour, levels of Zn in lens with levels of Zn in aqueous humour, levels of Mg in lens with levels of (Cu, Zn and Mg) in aqueous humour. In addition,the present study reports significantly negative interaction between levels of lens Fe with levels of lens magnesium level, aqueous humour magnesium level and levels of copper in aqueous humour. A significantly positive correlation was observed between oxidative markers and pro-inflammatory cytokine levels, while a significant negative correlation was observed between antioxidant defence markers and pro-inflammatory cytokine. These results suggest the essential role of age-related changes in biometal levels, oxidative stress and pro-inflammatory cytokines. These changes might help understand age-related changes in pathogenesis and effective targeting of pathogenetic pathways in ocular diseases.
S U Nabi, A Jan, S Muzamil, R Razaq, A Muhee, T Ashraf, S Ahmad, D M Makhdoomi, N Nazir Shah, Q Syed
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#34280842 2021/07/17 To Up
The combinations of sulfur and molybdenum fertilizations improved antioxidant capacity of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep under copper and cadmium stress.Mineral development and metal smelting are the main sources of heavy metal pollution, and copper (Cu) and cadmium (Cd) are the most serious mineral elements in heavy metal pollution. Food chain is the main channel for Cu and Cd to enter human body. Excessive accumulation of Cu and Cd can lead to a variety of diseases and threaten human health. Therefore, it is urgent to repair Cu and Cd-contaminated soil. Previous several studies found that sulfur (S) and molybdenum (Mo) had the effect of alleviating the decrease of antioxidant capacity caused by heavy metal poisoning. To investigate the co-combinations of S and Mo fertilizations on antioxidant capacity of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep in Cu and Cd-contaminated meadow, and explore the control methods of co-pollutions of Cu and Cd in natural pastures, fertilizing and grazing experiments were carried out in the Wumeng Prairie in the northwest of Guizhou Province, Southwest China. 24 hm Cu and Cd-polluted meadows were fenced, and were randomly divided into four groups with 3 replications per group and 2 hm per replication. The tested groups included the control group (no fertilizer) and the three treatment groups, applied 40Â kgÂ S +Â 1Â kg Mo, 80Â kgÂ S +Â 2Â kg Mo, and 120Â kgÂ S +Â 3Â kg Mo per hectare for group I, group II, and group III, respectively. 72 healthy Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep (one year old, 33.9Â Â±Â 1.2Â kg) were randomly assigned to the tested pastures with 18 sheep per group. The grazing experiment lasted for 60 days. The results showed that the contents of Mn, Zn, Mo, and S in herbage in fertilized pastures were higher than that in the control group (PÂ <Â 0.05). The content of Cu in herbage in fertilized pastures was lower than that in the control group (PÂ <Â 0.05). The contents of Mn, Zn, Mo, and S in serum of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep were higher than that in the control group (PÂ <Â 0.05). The content of Cu in serum of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep was lower than that in the control group (PÂ <Â 0.05). The levels of blood Hb, RBC, and PCV, and the activities of serum SOD, GSH-Px, T-AOC, CAT, and Cp in group â ¢ were higher than that in the control group, group â , and group â ¡ (PÂ <Â 0.05). The MDA content of sheep in group â ¢ was lower than that in the other treatment sheep (PÂ <Â 0.05). In summary, the combinations of S and Mo fertilizers influenced the mineral contents in herbage and serum of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep. The combinations of 120Â kgÂ S +Â 3Â kg Mo fertilizer reduced the toxicity and improved antioxidant capacity of grazing Guizhou semi-fine wool sheep in Cu and Cd-polluted grasslands.
Yuanfeng Li, Yachao Wang, Xiaoyun Shen, Fuyuan Liu
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#34095185 2021/05/20 To Up
The Effect of CQPC02 on Fatigue and Biochemical Oxidation Levels in a Mouse Model of Physical Exhaustion.Chinese Sichuan pickle is a fermented food rich in microorganisms. Microorganisms have the potential to become an important new form of potent future therapeutic capable of treating human disease. Selecting vitamin C as a positive control, a lactic acid bacteria ( CQPC02, LP-CQPC02) isolated from Sichuan pickle was given to mice over 4 weeks to investigate the effect of CQPC02 on fatigue levels and biochemical oxidation phenomena in exercise-exhausted Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) mice. The fatigue model was established by forced swimming of mice, the levels of hepatic glycogen, skeletal muscle glycogen, lactic acid, blood urea nitrogen and free fatty acid were measured by physicochemical methods, serum serum creatine kinase (CK), aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT), superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and malondialdehyde (MDA) levels were measured by kits, the histopathological changes in the livers of mice were observed by H&E slicing, and the mRNA changes in the livers and skeletal muscles were observed by quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR). Both vitamin C and LP-CQPC02 increased swimming exhaustion time. The concentration of LP-CQPC02 and exhaustion time were positively correlated. LP-CQPC02 also increased liver glycogen, skeletal muscle glycogen and free fatty acid content in mice and reduced lactic acid and blood urea nitrogen content in a dose-dependent manner. As walnut albumin antioxidant peptide concentration increased, levels of mouse CK, AST, and AST gradually decreased. LP-CQPC02 increased SOD and CAT levels and decreased MDA levels in a dose-dependent fashion. LP-CQPC02 up-regulated expression of mRNA encoding copper/zinc-superoxide dismutase (Cu/Zn-SOD), manganese-superoxide dismutase (Mn-SOD), and CAT in swimming exhaustion mouse liver tissue. LP-CQPC02 also up-regulated alanine/serine/cysteine/threonine transporter 1 (ASCT1) expression while down-regulating syncytin-1, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-Î±) expression in swimming exhaustion mouse skeletal muscle. Overall, LP-CQPC02 had a clear anti-fatigue and anti-oxidation effect. This suggests that LP-CQPC02 can be developed as a microbiological therapeutic agent.
Ruokun Yi, Min Feng, Qiuping Chen, Xingyao Long, Kun-Young Park, Xin Zhao
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The Relationship between Levels of Serum Metal Ions and Parkinson's Disease.To explore the relationship of serum metal ions and Parkinson's disease (PD).
Zhengyang Wang, Yin Liu, Zhiwei Gao, Lihua Shen
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Association of Zinc deficiency, oxidative stress and increased double-stranded DNA breaks in globozoospermic infertile patients and its implication for the assisted reproductive technique.Sperm DNA fragmentation and its adverse impact on outcomes of assisted reproductive techniques (ART) in globozoospermic infertile patients has been previously reported. However, the association of Zinc element with DNA damage and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) outcome in globozoospermic infertile patients remains unclear.
Lin Huang, Guanping Yao, Gelin Huang, Chuan Jiang, Li Li, Lu Liao, Guiping Yuan, Lijun Shang, Wenming Xu
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#33759027 2021/03/23 To Up
The ethylene-responsive transcription factor of durum wheat, TdSHN1, confers cadmium, copper, and zinc tolerance to yeast and transgenic tobacco plants.Cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn) are among the most common heavy metals (HMs) present in polluted soils. While some HMs are required for key biological processes, they are toxic when present in excess. This toxicity damages plant health, decreases crop yields, and can impact human health via the food chain. For example, durum wheat is a staple food that is known to accumulate Cd when grown on polluted soils. Plant response to HM stress is complex and involves several transcription factors (TFs) among which members of the ERF family. Although roles of SHINE-type ERF transcription factors in abiotic stress tolerance have been thoroughly investigated, there is little information concerning their role in HM stress tolerance. In the present study, we investigated the role of durum wheat TdSHN1 TF in HM response and tolerance. Results showed that TdSHN1 expression was strongly induced by Cd, Cu, and Zn in durum wheat seedlings. In addition, TdSHN1 gene promoter directed HM-inducible GUS gene expression in transgenic tobacco. Overexpression of TdSHN1 encoding cDNA in transgenic yeast and tobacco conferred Cd, Cu, and Zn tolerances. Interestingly, transgenic tobacco lines exhibited longer roots and greater biomass accumulation, retained more chlorophyll, and produced less ROS than WT plants, when subjected to excess HMs. In addition, transgenic tobacco lines had higher activities of ROS-scavenging enzymes (SOD and CAT) which might have contributed to their HM tolerance. This study suggested that TdSHN1 is a potential candidate for improving HM tolerance in plants and phytoremediation of HM-contaminated soils.
Rania Djemal, Habib Khoudi
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#33727057 2021/03/13 To Up
Î²-Hydroxybutyrate inhibits cardiac microvascular collagen 4 accumulation by attenuating oxidative stress in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats and high glucose treated cells.Accumulation of collagen 4 (COL4) and thickened basement membrane are features of diabetic cardiac microvascular fibrosis that may be induced by oxidative stress. The ketone body Î²-hydroxybutyrate exhibits various cardiovascular protective effects, however its mechanism remains to be clarified. In the current study, the effects of Î²-hydroxybutyrate on cardiac microvascular fibrosis and COL4 accumulation were evaluated in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats and in high glucose (HG) treated human cardiac microvascular endothelial cells (HCMECs). Generations of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and copper-zinc superoxide dismutase (Cu/Zn-SOD), and the amount of nitrotyrosine (NT) were measured in vivo and in vitro. Ten weeks of Î²-hydroxybutyrate treatment (160, 200 and 240Â mg/kg/d) attenuated cardiac microvascular fibrosis and inhibited cardiac COL4 generation and microvascular distribution in diabetic rats. Furthermore, Î²-hydroxybutyrate promoted cardiac Cu/Zn-SOD generation and reduced NT content, without reducing iNOS generation in diabetic rats. In HCMECs, stimulation with HG induced excess generation of COL4 via peroxynitrite. Î²-Hydroxybutyrate treatment (2, 4, 6Â mM) attenuated HG-stimulated COL4 accumulation in a concentration-dependent manner. Similarly, 4Â mM Î²-hydroxybutyrate promoted Cu/Zn-SOD generation and reduced NT content, without affecting excess iNOS generation in HG-stimulated HCMECs. In conclusion, this study showed that Î²-hydroxybutyrate promoted Cu/Zn-SOD generation, reduced peroxynitrite and inhibited cardiac microvascular COL4 accumulation in diabetes.
Huanli Qi, Lihui Gu, Dongmei Xu, Kun Liu, Mingjie Zhou, Yu Wang, Xiujuan Wang, Yanning Li, Jinsheng Qi
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#33653412 2021/03/02 To Up
Lotus leaf flavonoids induce apoptosis of human lung cancer A549 cells through the ROS/p38 MAPK pathway.Leaves of the natural plant lotus are used in traditional Chinese medicine and tea production. They are rich in flavonoids.
Xiang-Bo Jia, Quan Zhang, Lei Xu, Wen-Jian Yao, Li Wei
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