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#37612521 2023/08/23 To Up
Mechanism Exploration of Environmental Pollutants on Premature Ovarian Insufficiency: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.As a public health problem, premature ovarian insufficiency leads to infertility or sub-fertility. In addition to premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) increases the lifetime risk of bone fragility, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive impairment. To investigate the effects of environmental pollutants on the occurrence of POI and explore its mechanism, we conducted a computer search for articles published in electronic databases by December 13, 2022. Three reviewers independently examined all included studies and scored the qualities of included studies using the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale criteria. In this meta-analysis, eight clinical studies as well as ten preclinical findings showed a pooled OR of 2.331 and 95% CI of 1.968-2.760. This confirms that environmental pollutants, including POPs, heavy metals, PAEs, PAHs, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and cigarette smoke, are indeed significant risk factors for POI. In addition, it is demonstrated from the results of this study that signaling pathway of calcium and PI3K Akt and Xpnpep2, Col1, Col3, Col4, Cx43, Egr3, Tff1, and Ptgs2 genes may all be involved in the process. Environmental pollutants, including POPs, heavy metals, PAEs, PAHs, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and cigarette smoke, are indeed significant risk factors for POI.
Xiaodan Zhu, Meixia Liu, Ruoxi Dong, Liqun Gao, Jiazhen Hu, Xinpei Zhang, Xiaomei Wu, Bozhen Fan, Chao Chen, Wenjuan Xu
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#37108957 2023/03/23 To Up
The Immune Landscape and Molecular Subtypes of Pediatric Crohn's Disease: Results from In Silico Analysis.Pediatric Crohn's disease (CD) presents a distinct phenotype from adult-onset disease. A dysregulated immune response is critical in CD pathogenesis; thus, it is clinically important to describe immune cell alterations and to identify a new molecular classification for pediatric CD. To this end, in this study, a RNA-seq derived dataset GSE101794-which contains the expression profiles of 254 treatment-naïve pediatric CD samples, including CIBERSORTx and weighted gene-co-expression network analysis (WGCNA)-were performed to estimate the ratio of immune cells and to identify modules and genes related to specific immune cell infiltration, respectively. Hub genes derived from WGCNA were further employed to create a molecular classification using unsupervised K-means clustering. In the pediatric CD samples, it was found that M2 macrophages, CD4 memory resting T cells, CD8 T cells, and resting mast cells were the most prominent immune cells in intestinal tissues. Then, 985 up-regulated genes and 860 down-regulated genes were identified in samples with high immune cell infiltration. Of these differential genes, 10 hub genes (APOA1, CYB5A, XPNPEP2, SLC1A7, SLC4A6, LIPE, G6PC, AGXT2, SLC13A1, and SOAT2) were associated with CD8T cell infiltration. Clinically, the higher expression of these 10 hub genes was strongly associated with an earlier age of CD onset and colonic-type CD. Furthermore, based on these key genes, pediatric CD could be classified into three molecular subtypes, displaying a different immune landscape. Altogether, this in silico analysis provides a novel insight into the immune signature of pediatric CD, and a new classification of pediatric CD is presented, which may help us develop more personalized disease management and treatments for pediatric CD.
Shiyu Xiao, Wenhui Xie, Yinghui Zhang, Yan Pan, Lei Lei
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#34737762 2021/10/19 To Up
Prognostic and Immune-Infiltrate Significance of miR-222-3p and Its Target Genes in Thyroid Cancer.Thyroid cancer (THCA) is a common endocrine malignancy. With increasing incidence and low mortality, balancing the therapeutic approach is an inevitable issue. This study aimed to confirm the role of miR-222-3p and its target genes in THCA survival and immune infiltration. From different expression analyses based on the GEO and TCGA databases, we predicted and subsequently identified the key target genes of miR-222-3p. We then explored the expression, enrichment, pairwise correlation, protein expression, survival analysis, principal component analysis, and immune significance of the critical genes using bioinformatics analysis. The present study demonstrated that , , , , , , and are critical genes. The miR-222-3p was highly expressed, probably leading to low and high expression in THCA tissues. Low expression indicated favorable prognosis in THCA patients, and high expression indicated poor prognosis. Seven critical genes were significantly related to gender, age, race, tumor stage, and lymph node metastasis. In addition, the seven-gene biomarker exhibited a certain diagnostic value. Finally, expression was closely correlated with immune cells, especially B cells and CD4 T cells. The miR-222-3p and its critical target genes could be promising biomarkers for the prognosis of THCA and may emerge as key regulators of immune infiltration in THCA.
Taofeng Zhang, Yihuan Chen, Weixun Lin, Jiehua Zheng, Yiyuan Liu, Juan Zou, Jiehui Cai, Yaokun Chen, Zhiyang Li, Yexi Chen
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#34095689 2021/03/01 To Up
Next Generation Sequencing Should Be Proposed to Every Woman With "Idiopathic" Primary Ovarian Insufficiency.Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) affects 1% of women under 40 years of age. POI is idiopathic in more than 70% of cases. Though many candidate genes have been identified in recent years, the prevalence and pathogenicity of abnormalities are still difficult to establish.
Sarah Eskenazi, Anne Bachelot, Justine Hugon-Rodin, Genevieve Plu-Bureau, Anne Gompel, Sophie Catteau-Jonard, Denise Molina-Gomes, Didier Dewailly, Catherine Dodé, Sophie Christin-Maitre, Philippe Touraine
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#33398797 2021/01/04 To Up
Urinary proteomics reveals key markers of salt sensitivity in hypertensive patients during saline infusion.Hypertension is a complex disease and is the major cause of cardiovascular complications. In the vast majority of individuals, the aetiology of elevated blood pressure (BP) cannot be determined, thus impairing optimized therapies and prognosis for individual patients. A more precise understanding of the molecular pathogenesis of hypertension remains a pressing priority for both basic and translational research. Here we investigated the effect of salt on naive hypertensive patients in order to better understand the salt intake-blood pressure relationship.
Vittoria Matafora, Chiara Lanzani, Laura Zagato, Paolo Manunta, Miriam Zacchia, Francesco Trepiccione, Marco Simonini, Giovambattista Capasso, Angela Bachi
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Investigating the human protein-host protein interactome of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the small intestine.The present study aimed to identify human protein-host protein interactions of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the small intestine to discern the potential mechanisms and gain insights into the associated biomarkers and treatment strategies.
Mahmoud Khodadoost, Zahra Niknam, Masoumeh Farahani, Mohammadreza Razzaghi, Mohsen Norouzinia
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#32547867 2020/06/03 To Up
Identification of DEGs and transcription factors involved in -associated inflammation and their relevance with gastric cancer.Previous studies have indicated that chronic inflammation linked to infection is the leading causes for gastric cancer (GC). However, the exact mechanism is not entirely clear until now.
Honghao Yin, Aining Chu, Songyi Liu, Yuan Yuan, Yuehua Gong
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#31579405 2019/08/01 To Up
Identification of a 3-mRNA signature as a novel potential prognostic biomarker in patients with ovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma in G2 and G3.The use of mRNAs as biomarkers serves to diagnose, treat, as well as aid the prognosis of cancer. The present study involved an analysis of mRNAs in the cell cycle at the G2 and G3 tumor grades for the prognosis of ovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma (OSC) using 364 clinical samples (G2:G3=42:322). Statistics aided the identification of NPFFR2, XPNPEP2 and CELA3B; the 3-mRNA model that allows for classification of patients into high- and low-risk groups using a median value of 0.9580745. The rates of survival varied (P=0.00149) and the independent detection of stratification of the risk of this disease was validated with success using the 3-mRNA signature, which was demonstrated to be more successful than the weight model. This approach was revealed to provide the prognosis of grade G2 and G3 in patients with OSC compared with factors used traditionally. Compared with traditional factors, this 3-mRNA model was demonstrated to be the only and independent prognostic factor for patients with G2 and G3 stage OSC. A literature survey was also performed in the present study in order to assess the role of the 3 genes and indirectly prove their effectiveness. The establishment of this new genetic model will enhance prospective prognosis and treatment for patients with OSC.
Jiahua Zhou, Yeye Yi, Congjun Wang, Cheng Su, Yige Luo
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#31402110 2018/10/25 To Up
Sex chromosomes-linked single-gene disorders involved in human infertility.Human infertility is a healthcare problem that has a worldwide impact. Genetic causes of human infertility include chromosomal aneuploidies and rearrangements and single-gene defects. The sex chromosomes (X and Y) are critical players in human fertility since they contain several genes essential for sex determination and reproductive traits for both men and women. This paper provides a review of the most common sex chromosomes-linked single-gene disorders involved in human infertility and their corresponding phenotypes. In addition to the Y-linked SRY gene, which mutations may cause XY gonadal dysgenesis and sex reversal, the deletions of genes present in AZF regions of the Y chromosome (DAZ, RBMY, DBY and USP9Y genes) are implicated in varying degrees of spermatogenic dysfunction. Furthermore, a list of X-linked genes (KAL1, NR0B1, AR, TEX11, FMR1, PGRMC1, BMP15 and POF1 and 2 regions genes (XPNPEP2, POF1B, DACH2, CHM and DIAPH2)) were reported to have critical roles in pubertal and reproductive deficiencies in humans, affecting only men, only women or both sexes. Mutations in these genes may be transmitted to the offspring by a dominant or a recessive inheritance.
Ines Jedidi, Mouna Ouchari, Qinan Yin
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#31296901 2019/07/11 To Up
XPNPEP2 is associated with lymph node metastasis in prostate cancer patients.As we reported in our previous studies, TMTP1, a tumor-homing peptide, selectively targets highly metastatic tumors and their metastatic foci. Aminopeptidase P2 (XPNPEP2) is a receptor for TMTP1 tumor-homing peptide. However, the biological and clinical significance of Aminopeptidase P2 in human cancers remains unknown. In this study, the high-density multiple organ tumor tissue array was employed for the analysis of XPNPEP2 expression profiles in human specimens. The results showed that XPNPEP2 was moderately expressed in the normal prostate tissues, but significantly decreased in the prostate cancer. Hence we used TCGA, IHC, and ELISA to further analyze the expression of XPNPEP2 in tissues and serum of prostate cancer patients. In general, XPNPEP2 expression was lower in prostate cancer tissue than in normal prostate tissue, but was higher in prostate cancer tissues with local invasion and LN metastasis than in tissues with localized Pca. Western blot clarified XPNPEP2 had a secreted form in the serum. Then the serums of 128 Pca patients, 70 healthy males and 40 prostate hyperplasia patients were obtained for detecting serum XPNPEP2 levels.The results indicated that the concentration of XPNPEP2 in serums of Pca patients with LN metastasis (142.7 ± 14.40 ng/mL) were significantly higher than levels in Pca patients without LN metastasis (61.63 ± 5.50 ng/mL) (p < 0.01). An ROC analysis revealed that the combination of PSA and XPNPEP2 was more efficient than PSA or XPNPEP2 alone for predicting LN metastasis, especially for Pca patients with low serum PSA levels. In summary, serum XPNPEP2 levels when combined with PSA levels may result in increased sensitivity for predicting LN metastasis in Pca patients, especially for patients with low serum PSA levels.
Fei Li, Yun Dai, Hao Xu, Kecheng Huang, Ying Zhou, Danfeng Luo, Ding Ma, Ling Xi, Mengqin Lv, Xiangyi Ma
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