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#34114747 2021/06/11 To Up
Age-based inter-subject variability in platelet and white blood cell concentrations of platelet-rich plasma prepared using a new application to blood separation system.The benefit of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment is still under discussion. Variations in PRP products, consequence of the lack of a standardised protocol for the multitude of commercially available blood separation systems and the lack of knowledge of the optimal composition of PRP or its suitability for the proposed indication are some of the reasons behind clinical inconsistencies. The impact of inter-subject variability in PRP has received less attention in comparison. The purpose of this study was to determine the inter-subject variability, based on age, in the concentrates prepared by a new blood concentration system. Twenty-six healthy volunteers of both genders (29-93âyears) were enrolled. Whole blood (WB) was collected from each participant to prepare PRP using the Easy PRP kit. Platelets and white blood cells (WBC) from WB and PRP were analysed after split population by age; patients younger than 65âyears (nÂ =Â 13) and patients â¥65âyears old (nÂ =Â 13). Among the demographic characteristics tested, only age was significantly different between the groups. Cell capture efficiency of the system was specific for each type of blood cell and identical for both age groups. Platelets and WBC in PRP were higher than in WB (Pâ<â.001). In WB, platelets and WBC concentrations were significantly lower in older group (Pââ¤â.035). These differences persisted in the prepared PRP (Pââ¤â.004). The ageing of population has a strong influence on the haematocrit and therefore on the composition of PRP. Because the efficiency of blood separator system seems to be constant across individuals, the inter-subject haematocrit variability based on age could be used as a predictor of resulting PRP. The clinical application of PRP should be restricted to the specific cell capture capacity of the different commercial devices.
Bibiana Trevisson, Ricardo Becerro-de-Bengoa-Vallejo, David Sevillano, Natalia GonzÃ¡lez, Marta Losa-Iglesias, Daniel LÃ³pez-LÃ³pez, Luis Alou
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#34113592 2021/05/25 To Up
Maternal and Neonatal Factors Affecting Bone Mineral Content of Indonesian Term Newborns.Interactions between the genome and intrauterine environment can affect bone mineralization in newborns and even in adult life. Several studies show that intrauterine fetal bone mineralization or early postnatal bone condition influences the risk of osteoporosis in later life. To determine whole body bone mineral content (WB BMC) and factors that influence neonatal WB BMC in Indonesian term newborns. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Dr. Sardjito General Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. A total of 45 term, appropriate for gestational age (AGA) newborns were included in this study. BMC was assessed by dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) in the first week of life. Weight (g), length (cm) and head circumference (cm) were measured at birth. Data on maternal characteristics were obtained from the maternal health records or reported by the mothers. WB BMC measured in the present study (mean Â± SD: 33.2 Â± 9.3 g) was lower than WB BMC of similar populations in developed countries. Multiple linear regression showed that birth weight, birth length, and gestational age had a positive association with WB BMC ( = 0.048, 0.017, and <0.001, respectively), while maternal cigarette exposure had a negative association with WB BMC ( = 0.012). Male infants had significantly higher of WB BMC than female ( = 0.025). These determinants contribute to 55% variability of WB BMC. WB BMC in Indonesian term newborns is lower than populations in developed countries. Birth weight, length, gestational age, sex, and maternal cigarette exposure during pregnancy are significantly associated with WB BMC observed in Indonesian newborns.
Tunjung Wibowo, Neti Nurani, Janatin Hastuti, Alifah Anggraini, Rina Susilowati, Mohammad Hakimi, Madarina Julia, Mirjam Van Weissenbruch
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#34113239 2021/05/25 To Up
Improving NKCC1 Function Increases the Excitability of DRG Neurons Exacerbating Pain Induced After TRPV1 Activation of Primary Sensory Neurons.Our aim was to investigate the effects of the protein expression and the function of sodium, potassium, and chloride co-transporter (NKCC1) in the dorsal root ganglion (DRG) after activation of transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 receptor (TRPV1) in capsaicin-induced acute inflammatory pain and the possible mechanism of action. Male Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly divided into control, capsaicin, and inhibitor groups. The expression and distribution of TRPV1 and NKCC1 in rat DRG were observed by immunofluorescence. Thermal radiation and acetone test were used to detect the pain threshold of heat and cold noxious stimulation in each group. The expressions of NKCC1 mRNA, NKCC1 protein, and p-NKCC1 in the DRG were detected by PCR and western blotting (WB). Patch clamp and chloride fluorescent probe were used to observe the changes of GABA activation current and intracellular chloride concentration. After intrathecal injection of protein kinase C (PKC) inhibitor (GF109203X) or MEK/extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) inhibitor (U0126), the behavioral changes and the expression of NKCC1 and p-ERK protein in L DRG were observed. TRPV1 and NKCC1 were co-expressed in the DRG. Compared with the control group, the immunofluorescence intensity of NKCC1 and p-NKCC1 in the capsaicin group was significantly higher, and the expression of NKCC1 in the nuclear membrane was significantly higher than that in the control group. The expression of NKCC1 mRNA and protein of NKCC1 and p-NKCC1 in the capsaicin group were higher than those in the control group. After capsaicin injection, GF109203X inhibited the protein expression of NKCC1 and p-ERK, while U0126 inhibited the protein expression of NKCC1. In the capsaicin group, paw withdrawal thermal latency (WTL) was decreased, while cold withdrawal latency (CWL) was prolonged. Bumetanide, GF109203X, or U0126 could reverse the effect. GABA activation current significantly increased in the DRG cells of the capsaicin group, which could be reversed by bumetanide. The concentration of chloride in the DRG cells of the capsaicin group increased, but decreased after bumetanide, GF109203X, and U0126 were administered. Activation of TRPV1 by exogenous agonists can increase the expression and function of NKCC1 protein in DRG, which is mediated by activation of PKC/p-ERK signaling pathway. These results suggest that DRG NKCC1 may participate in the inflammatory pain induced by TRPV1.
Shi-Yu Deng, Xue-Chun Tang, Yue-Chen Chang, Zhen-Zhen Xu, Qin-Yi Chen, Nan Cao, Liang-Jing-Yuan Kong, Yang Wang, Ke-Tao Ma, Li Li, Jun-Qiang Si
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#34111963 2021/06/11 To Up
Whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (WB-MRI) with diffusion-weighted whole-body imaging with background body signal suppression (DWIBS) in prostate cancer: Prevalence and clinical significance of incidental findings.Diffusion-weighted whole-body imaging with background body signal suppression (DWIBS) is now recommended as a first-line staging modality in prostate cancer patients, and the widespread use of DWIBS may lead to an increased frequency of incidental findings. The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence and clinical significance of incidental findings on whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (WB-MRI) with DWIBS.
Soma Kumasaka, Shunichi Motegi, Yuka Kumasaka, Tatsuya Nishikata, Masami Otomo, Yoshito Tsushima
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#34109119 2021/05/24 To Up
Label-Free Macroscopic Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging of Brain Tumors.Advanced stage glioma is the most aggressive form of malignant brain tumors with a short survival time. Real-time pathology assisted, or image guided surgical procedures that eliminate tumors promise to improve the clinical outcome and prolong the lives of patients. Our work is focused on the development of a rapid and sensitive assay for intraoperative diagnostics of glioma and identification of optical markers essential for differentiation between tumors and healthy brain tissues. We utilized fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) of endogenous fluorophores related to metabolism of the glioma from freshly excised brains tissues. Macroscopic time-resolved fluorescence images of three intracranial animal glioma models and surgical samples of patients' glioblastoma together with the white matter have been collected. Several established and new algorithms were applied to identify the imaging markers of the tumors. We found that fluorescence lifetime parameters characteristic of the glioma provided background for differentiation between the tumors and intact brain tissues. All three rat tumor models demonstrated substantial differences between the malignant and normal tissue. Similarly, tumors from patients demonstrated statistically significant differences from the peritumoral white matter without infiltration. While the data and the analysis presented in this paper are preliminary and further investigation with a larger number of samples is required, the proposed approach based on the macroscopic FLIM has a high potential for diagnostics of glioma and evaluation of the surgical margins of gliomas.
Maria Lukina, Konstantin Yashin, Elena E Kiseleva, Anna Alekseeva, Varvara Dudenkova, Elena V Zagaynova, Evgenia Bederina, Igor Medyanic, Wolfgang Becker, Deependra Mishra, Mikhail Berezin, Vladislav I Shcheslavskiy, Marina Shirmanova1 kit10 Boxes of 100 Gloves/Un 500 ml 50 1 mg1 kit1001 kit50 mg1 mg
#34107992 2021/06/09 To Up
HSF1 promotes endometriosis development and glycolysis by up-regulating PFKFB3 expression.Endometriosis is a chronic hormonal inflammatory disease characterized by the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus. Endometriosis often causes infertility, which brings physical and mental pain to patients and their families.
Yixin Wang, Jing Xiu, Tingting Yang, Chune Ren, Zhenhai Yu
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#34107750 2021/06/09 To Up
Wedging of vertebral bodies at the thoracolumbar spine in healthy individuals on whole body MRI screening: correlation with disc degeneration and disc herniation.There have been no reports on the relationship between wedging of vertebral bodies at the thoracolumbar spine and disc herniation in healthy individuals on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Jinhui Kim, Hee Jin Park, Myung Sub Kim, Ji Na Kim, Yoon Jung Choi, Myung Ho Rho, Ji Yeon Park
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