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Human Adipose-Derived Pericytes: Biological Characterization and Reprogramming into Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells.

Pericytes (PCs) are multipotent vascular precursors that play a critical physiological role in the development and maintenance of blood vessel integrity. In this study, we aim to characterize PCs isolated from human abdominal adipose tissue and develop an integration-free induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) using episomal vectors.

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Does increased immune response at early postpartum period have a relationship with metabolic markers and subsequent fertility?

The aim of the present study was to investigate blood parameters and subsequent fertility in cows with or without increased postpartum polymorphonuclear neutrophil activity. The study was conducted with 15 Brown Swiss cows between 1-3 lactations. Polymorphonuclear neutrophil activities were assessed at 10±4 days before and after parturition. The cows which maintained their phagocytic and oxidative burst activites compared to the prepartum period were classified as control (CON), and cows which increased phagocytic and oxidative burst activites were defined as increased cellular immune response (ICIR) cows. Energy, protein metabolism markers, hepatic enzymes, blood mineral levels and body condition scores were measured at -10±4, 3±2, 10±4 days relative to parturition. Pregnancy rates, the number of inseminations, and calving to pregnancy intervals were evaluated. The mean non-esterified fatty acid (NEFA) and beta- -hydroxybutyric acid (BHB) concentrations were lower in ICIR cows. Mean serum calcium (Ca) concentrations were in subclinical hypocalcemia level at day 3±2, 10±4 days postpartum in CON cows. Postpartum immune cell functions and NEFA, BHB concentrations were negatively cor- related. The calving to pregnancy interval were longer in the control cows. However, total preg- nancy rates and the number of insemination in both groups were similar. In conclusion, postpar- tum polymorphonuclear neutrophil activity is affected by periparturient metabolic status. Postpartum energy metabolites negatively affected the postpartum cellular immune response. The increased postpartum polymorphonuclear neutrophil activity at early postpartum period is positively related with subsequent fertility in dairy cows.

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PREOPERATIVE ESTIMATION OF BREAST RESECTION WEIGHT IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING INFERIOR PEDICLE REDUCTION MAMMOPLASTY: BILGEN FORMULA.

Symptomatic breast hypertrophy has a significant impact on the quality of life of women. The amount of tissue to be excised may be preoperatively estimated by an experienced surgeon. However, this remains a subjective assessment. Accurate quantification of the amount of breast tissue to be resected in the preoperative period will be a guide for both patient information and the surgeon during the operation. The aim of this study is to develop a new method based on simple measurements that can accurately estimate the resection weight in the preoperative period in a wide range of patients undergoing reduction mammoplasty.

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Yonsei Criteria, a Potential Linkage to Intratumoral Foxp3⁺/CD8⁺ Ratio for the Prediction of Oncologic Outcomes in Resected Left-Sided Pancreatic Cancer.

This study sought to investigate associations among Yonsei criteria (tumor confined to the pancreas, intact fascia layer between the distal pancreas and the left adrenal gland and kidney, and tumor located more than 1-2 cm from the celiac axis) and tumor infiltrating lymphocytes in pancreatic cancer.

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Protective effect of rutin against bleomycin induced lung fibrosis: Involvement of TGF-β1/α-SMA/Col I and III pathway.

Lung fibrosis is a progressive fatal lung disorder with significantly high mortality rates. Bleomycin (BLM) is one of the most commonly used chemotherapeutic agents for the treatment of several carcinomas. The most severe adverse effect of BLM is lung toxicity; therefore, BLM has been repeatedly reported to be considered amongst the most widely used agents for the induction of experimental lung fibrosis. In the current study, rutin has been investigated for its ability to ameliorate BLM-induced pulmonary fibrosis. BLM was instilled intratracheally and rutin was administered orally (50 and 100 mg/kg) for 3 weeks. Rutin significantly decreased lung/body weight index, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid lactate dehydrogenase activity, total cell count, macrophages, and lymphocyte counts. Rutin significantly decreased lung malondialdehyde content, increased lung glutathione content, superoxide dismutase activity, serum total antioxidant capacity, and decreased lung nitric oxide content. Moreover, rutin reduced expressions of transforming growth factor beta 1 and other fibrosis-related biomarkers (Col I, Col III, and α-SMA). In addition, rutin significantly ameliorated histological changes and prevented collagen deposition with the paralleled decrease in lung hydroxyproline content. In conclusion, rutin can be proposed to be a potential therapeutic agent for the management of lung fibrosis.

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Discovery of chemicals to clear or indicate amyloid aggregates by targeting memory-impairing anti-parallel Aβ dimers.

Amyloid-β (Aβ) oligomers are implicated in Alzheimer disease (AD) pathogenesis. However, their unstable nature and heterogeneous state disrupts elucidation of their explicit role in AD progression, impeding the development of tools targeting soluble Aβ oligomers. To address such obstacles, we designed and synthesized parallel and anti-parallel variants of Aβ(1-40) dimers and characterized their pathogenic properties in AD models. We found anti-parallel dimers induced cognitive impairments with increased amyloidogenesis and cytotoxicity, and subsequently developed a screening platform by immobilizing this dimer variant on 96-well-plates. Through screening, we identified two FDA-approved drugs, Oxytetracycline and Sunitinib, which were able to dissociate Aβ oligomers and plaques to monomers in 5XFAD transgenic mice. In addition, we discovered a fluorescent chemical, Astrophloxine, that could detect aggregated Aβ in brain tissue and cerebrospinal fluid samples of AD mice. Our screening platform provides a stable and homogeneous environment permitting isolated observations of Aβ interactions with dimer-specific molecules.

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Diagnostic Implications of Mycetoma Derived from Madurella pseudomycetomatis Isolates from Mexico.

At the dermatology service of the General Hospital of Mexico City, Mexico, two patients, father and son, with black-grain mycetoma were seen. The grains were isolated and the cultured fungi were identified as Madurella mycetomatis based on morphology. Using the M. mycetomatis specific PCR, amplicons of a different size than that of the M. mycetomatis type strain were obtained.

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Development of Therapeutic Gramicidin S Analogues Bearing Plastic β,γ-Diamino Acids.

Gramicidin S (GS), one of the most widely investigated antimicrobial peptides (AMPs), is known for its robust antimicrobial activity. However, it is restricted to topical applications due to undesired hemolytic activity. With the aim to obtain non-toxic GS analogues, we describe herein a molecular approach where the native GS β-turn region is replaced by synthetic β,γ-diamino acids (β,γ-DiAAs). Four β,γ-DiAA diastereomers were employed to mimic β-turn structure to afford GS analogues GS 3 - 6 that exhibited diminished hemolytic activity. A comparative structural study demonstrates that the (β R ,γ S )-DiAA displays the most stable β-turn mimic. To further improve the therapeutic index ( e.g. high antibacterial activity and low hemolytic activity) and to extend the molecular diversity, GS 5 and GS 6 were used as structural scaffolds to introduce additional hydrophobic or hydrophilic groups. We show that GS 6K, GS 6F and GS display comparable antibacterial activity while GS 6K and GS 6F possess significantly decreased toxicity. Moreover, antibacterial mechanism studies suggest that GS 6K kills bacteria mainly through the disruption of membrane.

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TGF-β/Smad and JAK/STAT pathways are involved in the anti-fibrotic effects of propylene glycol alginate sodium sulphate on hepatic fibrosis.

Liver fibrosis, a consequence of unhealthy modern lifestyles, has a growing impact on human health, particularly in developed countries. Here, we have explored the anti-fibrotic effects of propylene glycol alginate sodium sulphate (PSS), a natural extract from brown algae, in fibrotic mice and cell models. Thus, we established bile duct ligature and carbon tetrachloride mouse models and LX-2 cell models with or without PSS treatment. Liver pathological sections and the relevant indicators in serum and liver tissues were examined. PSS prevented hepatic injury and fibrosis to a significant extent, and induced up-regulation of matrix metalloproteinase-2 and down-regulation of tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-1 through suppressing the transforming growth factor β1 (TGF-β1)/Smad pathway. PSS additionally exerted an anti-autophagy effect through suppressing the Janus kinase (JAK) 2/transducer and activator of transcription 3 (STAT3) pathway. In conclusion, PSS prevents hepatic fibrosis by suppressing inflammation, promoting extracellular matrix (ECM) decomposition and inactivating hepatic stellate cells through mechanisms involving the TGF-β1/Smad2/3 and JAK2/STAT3 pathways in vivo and in vitro.

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Parental Wartime Deployment and Socioemotional Adjustment in Early Childhood: The Critical Role of Military Parents' Perceived Threat During Deployment.

Infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children have unique developmental needs that render them vulnerable to challenges associated with parental military service. We used a sample of military-connected families with 3-6-year-old children (N = 104) to examine associations among children's socioemotional development and fathers' trauma-related deployment experiences, including perceived threat during deployment and exposure to combat and the aftermath of battle. Of these potential stressors, only paternal perceived threat during deployment was significantly associated with measures of mother-reported child adjustment. Fathers' perceived threat during deployment was associated with child behavior problems even after accounting for demographic variables and current paternal symptoms of posttraumatic stress, depression, and anxiety, β = .36, p = .007. The association between fathers' perceived threat during deployment and child behavior problems was mediated by several family processes related to emotion socialization, including father-reported sensitive parenting, indirect effect (IE) B = 0.106, 95% CI [0.009, 0.236]; parent-child dysfunctional interaction, IE B = 0.119, 95% CI [0.014, 0.252]; and mother-reported family emotional responsiveness, IE B = 0.119, 95% CI [0.011, 0.258]. Implications for future research on the intergenerational transmission of traumatic stress as well as prevention and intervention efforts for military-connected families with young children are discussed.

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